Which films should I watch if you’re a film fan?
We know we’re all big fans of the great films of all time, and some of our favourites include The Godfather, Back to the Future, and The Matrix.
But what if you love something you’re not allowed to watch in the cinema?
If you’re one of the millions of people who’ve seen the film The Matrix and thought “that would be great” but can’t see it because you can’t make the film on your own time machine, then you’re in luck.
Filmmaker and filmmaker, John Kember, has created a new app that allows you to see what’s out there on the big screen and what you can only see on a special screen-grabbing device.
The app is called ‘Pulse’ and is a great way to get into the zeitgeist of film history.
It was created by the filmmaker and producer John Kuechner and the app lets you scan the screen and watch films as they are screened, including some you might not be able to watch otherwise.
There are a number of reasons why you might want to try Pulse.
Firstly, you can choose to view all the films available on the app in one spot, and it’s a neat way to keep track of your collection of films in one place.
Secondly, it lets you watch films online from your computer.
The app also includes a timeline of all the different films that have been screened to date.
It’s a great little way to see the whole slate of films, or even the last film to be screened.
Finally, Pulse allows you the opportunity to create your own personal cinema screen-capture.
Kuecher explains that he wanted to create a ‘virtual cinema screen’ that would allow him to create his own films that he couldn’t see otherwise.
Kember says that he’s trying to capture the ‘feel’ of a film, so he’s capturing the ‘feeling’ of the film itself, but not the colour or the sound of the sound effects.
The apps goal is to let everyone in the world of cinema know what’s on offer in the cinemas and to give them the tools to create their own films.
The aim is to create something that’s not only accessible to everyone but also to anyone who might be interested in watching a film.