Deepen Your Appreciation Of Scifi Cinema With These Movie Supercuts

There are so many things to appreciate about individual movies — the acting, the sound, the character designs. Sometimes supercuts focusing on a very specific aspect of a movie, a genre, or a director’s catalogue helps us better study and appreciate the small decisions that go into making a film great.

Xenomorph scenes from Aliens (1986)

Chewbacca growls from the original Star Wars trilogy (1977-1983)

Robots on Film (1921-2014)

User interfaces in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1977)


On-screen deaths in The Lord Of The Rings trilogy (2001-2003)

Every Close-up shot from The Matrix (1999)

Mishaps In Space: space movie problems

The use of the color red in the movies of Stanley Kubrick


Every spaceship shot in Flight of the Navigator (1986), which was the first 35mm feature film ever to use environment mapping

All close-ups of Jurassic Park (1993)


“No, I am your father” in 20 languages

The Evolution of Batman in Cinema (1943-2014)


A tribute to space helmets in cinema

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Not exactly a supercut, but I just made a montage for STARCRASH!