What if Food Videos Were Made by Hollywood Directors?

There’s no denying that we all watch how-to videos involving recipes for all manner of food items, from galaxy cakes to bacon waffles. Even if we don’t have a kitchen, we watch these vids for their ability to make us salivate like rabid dogs. Sometimes we don’t even get to choose to watch them – they simply infiltrate our FB feeds because we have that one friend who loves to bake.

Anyway, even if you’re not a fan of foodie how-to videos, you should check out some of the videos put out by Michael Ma – the creative mind behind #foodfilms. He’s paired easy recipes in the styles of Michael Bay, Wes Anderson, and Quentin Tarantino.

If you love watching action-packed movies directed by Michael Bay – you know, full of explosions and slo-mo – then check this out:

Then this is what happens when Ma focuses on a more artsy director who’s known for his minimalist, well-balanced frames: Wes Anderson. Here’s the result:

We’ll stop with Ma’s tribute to a cult director by the name of Quentin Tarantino (you may have heard of him). You’ll see that imitation is a form of splattery:

Ma is already in the process of storyboarding season two of “Food Films”. In the meantime, you can check out his Instagram site.