Today in Movie Culture: What Makes Michael Myers So Iconic, the Versatility of Oscar Isaac and More

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Video Essay of the Day:
In honor of the upcoming Halloween sequel, Matt Draper's latest video essay looks at the creation of Michael Myers:
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Movie Comparison of the Day:
Couch Tomato shows us 24 reasons why this year's The Cloverfield Paradox is the same movie as Event Horizon :
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Easter Eggs of the Day:
Here's another video highlighting the Easter eggs and other trivia from the Captain Marvel trailer:
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Movie Score Covers of the Day:
Watch one guy cover 100 movie themes on his guitar in 20 minutes including Ghostbusters , Interstellar , The Godfather and Moana :
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Vintage Image of the Day:
Today is the 45th anniversary of the release of Jacques Demy's A Slightly Pregnant Man . Here's a promotional photo of Catherine Deneuve and Marcello Mastroianni in the French male pregnancy comedy:

Actor in the Spotlight:
For Fandor, Jacob T. Swinney showcases the craft of Oscar Isaac, one of the best actors of his generation:
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Filmmaker in Focus:
Also for Fandor, David R.L. looks at the movies of Olivier Assayas and his focus on women protagonists:
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Cosplay of the Day:
In honor of the latest news on the Space Jam sequel, here's a fan of the original dressed up as Lola Bunny:

Lola Bunny Cosplay ??. #spacejam #blackwomenincostume
— Blk Women In Costume (@BlkWmInCostume) September 19, 2018

Supercut of the Day:
IMDb runs through all the most notable movie adaptations of Stephen King novels in this supercut:
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Classic Trailer of the Day:
With Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 11/9 opening in theaters this weekend, here's the original trailer of 2004's Fahrenheit 9/11 :
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