Home Alone – 8 Bit Cinema

“Ho-Ho-Ho-Home Alone returns as a retro action-packed arcade game for your holiday cheer! So sit back, relax, stir up some hot cocoa, and watch little McAllister cause some mayhem. Happy Holidays!”


Source: CineFix via Laughing Squid

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‘Army Of Darkness’ by 8-Bit Cinema

army-of-darkness-featured-1CineFix brings us an 8-bit interpretation of the awesome Sam Raimi classic ‘Army of Darkness’ – Hail to the king, baby!

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Video source: CineFix on YouTube

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msausretrogamerMs. ausretrogamer
Co-founder, editor and writer at ausretrogamer – The Australian Retro Gamer E-Zine. Lover of science fiction, fashion, books, movies and TV. Player of games, old and new.

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8-Bit Cinema: Halloween

halloweenThe latest installment in CineFix‘s ‘8-Bit Cinema’ is an awesome retelling of the horror classic Halloween as Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!

Source: CineFix via Laughing Squid

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msausretrogamerMs. ausretrogamer
Co-founder, editor and writer at ausretrogamer – The Australian Retro Gamer E-Zine. Lover of science fiction, fashion, books, movies and TV. Player of games, old and new.

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Stranger Things – 8-Bit Cinema

Cine-Fix is back with another ‘8-Bit Cinema‘ video, and the subject-matter couldn’t be more perfect: Stranger Things!


Source: CineFix via Alexisms

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msausretrogamerMs. ausretrogamer
Co-founder, editor and writer at ausretrogamer – The Australian Retro Gamer E-Zine. Lover of science fiction, fashion, books, movies and TV. Player of games, old and new.

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Star Wars Original Trilogy – 8-Bit Cinema

The talented guys from CineFix are back with the 8-bit cinema video we have been waiting (looking?) for – the Star Wars Original Trilogy! This is one of their best videos yet, how many different game references can you spot?

Source: CineFix on YouTube

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msausretrogamerMs. ausretrogamer
Co-founder, editor and writer at ausretrogamer – The Australian Retro Gamer E-Zine. Lover of science fiction, fashion, books, movies and TV. Player of games, old and new.

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8-Bit Cinema Extravaganza

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We have featured CineFix’s 8-Bit Cinema creations on our site before, but not to this extent. The following cult movie 8-Bit remakes are the new pinnacle in pop culture fusion.

There is no need to head to the nearest cinema complex, just get that popcorn out of the microwave,  sit back on your comfortable recliner, put your feet up and watch these luscious pixelated remakes. You definitely won’t be disappointed.

Donnie Darko

The Fifth Element

Star Trek

Pulp Fiction

Anchorman

Inception

Blade Runner

The Big Lebowski

The Shining

Batman The Dark Knight

A Clockwork Orange

Iron Man

Hunger Games

Godzilla vs Monsters

Kick Ass

The Amazing Spider-Man

Finding Nemo

8-Bit Cinema videos source: CineFix

8-Bit Cinema: Fight Club

FC_HDRI thought the first rule of Fight Club was that you did not talk about Fight Club! I am breaking that rule here – what if Fight Club was retold in 8-bit pixelated glory? Wonder no more people. Well, actually, it’s more like 16-bit, but that is beside the point.

CineFix are ‘gamifying’ a few Hollywood blockbusters into old school video gaming inspired action. You should take a look!


source: CineFix