|Date Joined:||December 11, 2012|
|Date Shut Down:||N/A|
|Schedule:||Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday|
"Everything Wrong With..."
"Everything Wrong With..." is the main series on the CinemaSins channel, and the first to be started. The first of these videos was "Everything Wrong With The Amazing Spider-Man in 2 Minutes or Less ", uploaded on December 11, 2012. Their first videos were 3-5 minutes long, though some, such as The Room were longer. Newer vidoes are usually between 7 and 9 minutes. Their longest sins video to date is "Everything Wrong with Batman and Robin in an Awful Lot of Minutes," clocking in at about 17 minutes, not including the non-sins content at the end of the video, after the final sins count is displayed. Sins videos are uploaded every Tuesday and sometimes Thursday.
"Conversations With Myself About Movies"
"Conversations With Myself About Movies" is the second series started by CinemaSins. In it, one of the two people behind CinemaSins has a conversation with "himself" (an edited-in version of him) about a movie. Clues to the following week's sins video are hidden in the Conversations videos, along with some red herrings. The first Conversations video uploaded was over Les Miserables. Conversations videos were uploaded every Friday.
"Movie Recipes" is the third series started by CinemaSins, wherein a food item is made to taste exactly like a movie. These videos were uploaded every Monday, with the first of these being The Great Gatsby cocktail.
"What's the Damage?"
The newest series on CinemaSins is "What's the Damage?". This series, using prices found via internet searches, calculates the total damage inflicted during the course of a movie (at the prices in the time the movie was made). At the end of each video, the total damage incurred throught the movie is displayed and adjusted for inflation. These videos are uploaded semi-regularly on Thursdays, with the first being about Die Hard.
Behind The Scenes
The men behind CinemaSins are Chris Atkinson and Jeremy Scott, the latter of which is the face and voice behind the videos. Chris, however, has voiced over one Sins video, for Prometheus.