Because you have too much free time to spare.
Animated wonders Wallace & Gromit and their squishy pals.
The best concept for an animated short film we’ve seen in a long time.
Home of the thirty-second bunny theatre.
Create your own online shorts.
Rare, impossible-to-find historic documentaries.
A wealth of digitized feature films, shorts, documentaries and classic TV.
The Canadian Broadcasting Company’s history of the world on the screen and radio.
Weekly releases of subversive film clips nicely categorized.
Rising comics practicing side-splitting pranks on the street.
The BBC wants you to upload your Flash movies, digital photos or home-video projects for the world to watch.
The animated answer to IMDB.
The British Film Institute’s roundup of Britain’s 100 best films of the 20th century.
Retro-stylized site offers deeply meaningful extensions of a brand.
Keeps its thumb on the pulse of black filmmakers and stars.
It’s Superman Returns director Bryan Singer’s video filmmaking and promotional tour journals.
Post your own camera-phone pics of you and George Clooney at the bank.
A group of comedy writers produce new sketch shows every month.
New York’s cast of Channel 101; its shorts are screened on a public-access channel in the city.
The true origins of all those movies based on true stories, books or other media.
A hardcore look at films inspired by comics and graphic novels.
Find the right blogger to read or a topic you want to comment on?
A cool resource for the aspiring home theatre owner.
The big movie palaces of the world, current and past.
Wanna hear Tim Curry “shiver with antici…pation”?
More viral videos, but AOL takes it one nifty step further and offers videos sent directly to your email.
Late-breaking entertainment news.
Ever played Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon?
The six must-see sites or clips of the day.
Peek inside the twisted filmmaker’s brain.
Nikki Finke’s well-reported daily blog on the business of show.
Get an instant email the moment the Grim Reaper visits another celeb.
Trolls the Web for must-see video clips so you don’t have to.
An invaluable resource for documentary fans.
Find drive-ins all over the world
Every hidden outtake, deleted scene or director’s inside joke on DVDs.
Intelligent, exhaustive DVD reporting from across the pond.
For the digital filmmaker.
Breaking directors’ short films or indie projects.
www.entertainment.howstuffworks.com/movies-channel.htm Find out what a blue screen does, how to adapt a comic for film...
Go behind the scenes of the movie magazine that tells it like it is without the hype or PR BS.
Near-essential Web directory with links to stories of the bizarre.
Caretakers of an expansive library of the very best in film.
Handy movie reviews in easy-to-digest language for movie fans.
Takes your likes and dislikes and accurately predicts other movies, DVDs and TV shows past and present that you’ll enjoy.
The best and worst ad clips and pics from around the world.
Probably most useful to U.K. film fans, but true cinephiles will note that smaller, artsier movies don’t always get a U.S. opening date.
A collective of filmmakers who challenge each other to make a new film every thirty days.
Films and videos that transgress the boundaries of the traditional viewing experience.
If you’ve got WiFi and a laptop, this quiz could take you across the country.
Tired of reading Q&As with stars? Now you can just watch.
A seemingly endless collection of viral videos, trailers & music videos.
Find complete scripts to nearly every movie ever made.
Access to film investors, foundations and others to finance their work.
Site looks at movies with real-world physics .
Charts the instant any TV show hits its peak and begins its downhill march.
Pop culture figures with snarky, homegrown animated shorts.
Angry souls who share their hatred of dreadfully bad films.
Commentary and discussion of the very best of cinema.
A daily collection of weird clips, bizarre clips, obscure clips & viral clips.
That says it all. And every movie’s got one. Or two.
Every movie trailer (and every version) ever released.
Tirelessly catalogs the gaffes that make it on the big screen.
Director Kevin Smith’s somewhat legitimate movie site.
Cinematic one-liners and speeches.
Find almost any title, including obscure and out-of-print flicks.
Fill up your iPod with more than 14,000 free downloads of movies.
Never worry about finding that one-sheet you’re looking for again.
The United Kingdom’s public information films from 1945-2006.
Share and trade noirish titles.
Amanda Congdon’s daily video blog on all things pop culture.
Rounds up current movie reviews from newspapers and magazines.
Explore the golden age of British TV.
Find and download TV and movie scripts for free.
Looking for a crew? A director? Trying to get the word out about your film? There are more than 20,000 people who can help out.
Series of pages about silent-film legends.
Attention, Python fans: make a Monty avatar do your bidding, or create your own silly trot.
Vicious satire of Ain’t It Cool News. Ain’t it grand?
For the diehard VHS tapehead.
A home for serious soundtrack fans and collectors.
Commentary on and preservation of the film soundtrack.
All things kung fu- and anime-related.
An online horror museum of creepy films from 1925 to 1987.
Genre filmmaking (horror, sci-fi, fantasy, action).
For the anal-retentive movie fan with a dominant left brain.
The best entertainment reporting from newspapers and sites around the world.
Kevin Spacey’s site celebrates its fourth anniversary with a redesign.
Short films of cool, beautiful places around the globe.
Sends you an email alert when your requested DVD is set for release.
The hottest viral-video ephemera and detritus floating around the Web.
Enjoy a 3-D simulation of vaudeville comedian Fran Bush.
President Christopher Walken? Ah, if only.
That bloody final scene from Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs reimagined as a Greek tragedy.
Try it, you’ll love it.
Know the face but not the name? Character actors are indexed by name, movie or random description.
One of the best and most current databases out there to find representatives of Hollywood talent.
Three-pronged site allows users to find and submit their films to festivals worldwide.
Show off your digital clips to the world (and see everyone else’s) almost instantly.
The Coppola family site offers regular online chats and discussion groups with film industry pros.