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13 of My Favorite Movie GIFs!

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It’s no secret that I’m a HUGE fan of movies. I’ve been watching movies all my life.

And, now that I’m working on the internet all the time, I am constantly finding strange and esoteric stuff. It’s like an Easter egg hunt for weird.

Well, now my two universes have collided in the best way possible. Imagine 8BIT GIFS OF MOVIES!!!!!! Gifs are, for the uninitiated, renderings of video or motion without sound. 8Bit is a reference to prehistoric video game graphics with pixelated characters. If you ever played a DOS-based PC game in the early 1980′s, you know what’s up.

I know. It’s a revelation. Are you ready to party? Let’s do this!

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13 of My Favorite Film Gifs

Django: Unchained

Please tell me you saw this movie. Please tell me you did.

Did they change your life like they did mine?

I frigging love these. Any time I want to write a blog comment somewhere that accepts embedded images, I’m using one of these.

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