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The Movies is an episode of the British comedy television series The Goodies — a BAFTA-nominated series for Best Light Entertainment Programme.
This episode is also known as “The British Film Industry” also as “BBC” and “The choices of film creation”.
As always, the episode was written by members of The Goodies.
The Goodies won the Silver Rose in 1975 for this episode at the Festival Rose d’Or, held in Montreux, Switzerland.
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Where are Millennials Watching Video Content? Not on TV. [REPORT]

Where are Millennials Watching Video Content? Not on TV. [REPORT]

If Millennials are watching TV content, but not on TVs, then where are they watching TV content? Plus, how does one market to Millennials if TV is not where they are watching video? TiVo’s latest survey results shed some light on all of this and more. We also give some logical tips on where you might want to market to Millennials.

Computer-based Video Consumption Climbed 157% in Past Five Years

Computer based Video Consumption Climbed 157% in Past Five Years

Five years on, computer-based video consumption is going big time. We all knew it would. Nielsen provides some nice insight into not only who is watching it but also on what device and a bit of what kind of content they’re watching. So jump on and enjoy the ride.

BlackboxTV: Behind the Reel from YouTube to Hollywood [Interview]

BlackboxTV: Behind the Reel from YouTube to Hollywood [Interview]

BlackboxTV has carved out a very unique niche on YouTube with its horror and sci-fi content. It’s now got a major horror movie in the works, and BlackboxTV founder Tony Valenzuela is our special guest on this week’s “Behind the Reel”.

ReelSEO Viral Video Of The Week: Carrie Coffee Shop Prank

ReelSEO Viral Video Of The Week: Carrie Coffee Shop Prank

What better way to promote your new horror film than to recreate the drama and tension right in the middle of a busy New York coffee shop. Sony have done just that with their trailer for the remake of “Carrie” and it’s hilarious. Except for the unsuspecting customers of course.

Movie Supercuts, Awesome Covers, and Mind-Blowing Science: Fun Video Friday

Movie Supercuts, Awesome Covers, and Mind Blowing Science: Fun Video Friday

Fun Video Friday will cure your boredom by giving you tons of supercuts, a How It Should Have Ended for Pacific Rim, and even a Vsauce video on why you were bored in the first place. Plus, tons of terrific covers, a capella renditions, and a super stunt from Devin Supertramp.

Love Your Local Drive-In? Help Honda Save An American Institution

Love Your Local Drive In? Help Honda Save An American Institution

Drive-in movie theatres may be few and far between these days but they still play a huge role in their local community. With many under real threat from the switch to digital projection, Honda have launched a social media campaign to raise funds and awareness to save this American icon.

Loved Sharknado? Then You’ll Scream For The Best B-Movies On YouTube

Loved Sharknado? Then Youll Scream For The Best B Movies On YouTube

The internet has had a lot of fun this week with the release of future cult classic Sharknado. Fans of schlock horror will be thrilled about how many full length B-Movies can be found on YouTube. We take you through some of our favourites.

YouTube Subscription Channel ‘Corman’s Drive-In’ to Reach Back Into B-Movie Past

YouTube Subscription Channel Cormans Drive In to Reach Back Into B Movie Past

The paid subscription channels on YouTube recently became a reality, and I think this channel could be a hit: Roger Corman’s Drive-In, which looks to resurrect 30 of Corman’s films each month, with lots of extra content for B-movie fans to salivate over.

Do YouTube Movie Trailer Searches Correlate to Box Office Success?

Do YouTube Movie Trailer Searches Correlate to Box Office Success?

Are YouTube search queries an indicator of a movie’s success? It should come as no surprise that the most popular movies are also the one people search for the most, but how predictive are they when you compare the data between different movies? Google found some answers.

Vimeo Gets Its First Exclusive Feature Film with Some Girls

Vimeo Gets Its First Exclusive Feature Film with Some Girls

Vimeo Demand will be getting their first feature film on June 28, called Some Girls. Written by Neil LaBute and directed by Daisy von Scherler Mayer, the movie stars Kristen Bell, Adam Brody, Jennifer Morrison, Mia Maestro, and Emily Watson.

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