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Best Horror Films Ever – Nosferatu


Horror movie Nosferatu One of the staple monsters over the years in horror films has been the dark, brooding menace of the vampire. Eastern folklore and in particular Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula has spawned countless films which use the blood-sucking…

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Must-see classic horror films

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1921) A traveling magician (Werner Krauss) and his creepy brainwashed assistant (Conrad Veidt) accurately predict the deaths of people in towns they visit. Director: Robert Wiene Additional Information: Silent; Black and White. David Lee Fisher…

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Movie flashback: ‘Moon’ – refreshing journey back To Sci-Fi past

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Watching Moon feels like discovering a lost film from the 1970s. With such striking resemblances to films like Silent Running and Soylent Green, and little in common with much of modern sci-fi, it paradoxically feels both old and new. The…

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Best classic comedies of 1950s, 1960s

I love Lucy

Classic sitcoms have been and continue to be an important part of American culture. They are watched in syndication, studied in college courses, and remembered as breakthrough roles for some of the world’s biggest stars. Here are some of the…

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Film Noir – The Strange Love of Martha Ivers

Film Noir

The film features a vintage performance by Barbara Stanwyck in the title role, a small-town girl whose impulsive, murderous rage toward a nasty old aunt catapults her to a life of wealth, ambition and power but one devoid of joy…

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Comic film review: I Can Do Bad All By Myself

Comic film review: I Can Do Bad All By Myself

An outspoken grandmother named Madea Brown (Tyler Perry) catches three young delinquents looting her home and confronts their only relative – a scandalous aunt – about their crime. Aunt April (Taraji P. Henson) displays a variety of self-destructive behaviors, including…

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Flashback documentary – Who Was Jesus?


The Discovery channel feature documentary Who Was Jesus? Set out to trace the scientific evidence for the real life of a man that would be heralded by his followers and future Christians as the son of God. This article provides…

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Alfred Hitchcock Films Not Nominated for Best Picture

Alfred Hitchcock Films

Hitchcock’s first American movie, Rebecca, did win the best picture Oscar in 1941, and it is a good story, but it’s not in the AFI top 100 American films. Four other Hitchcock works are. Rear Window (1954). The ultimate voyeur…

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Three super hit movies that should be remade

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Godzilla (1954) – Watching the original Godzilla is like watching the original King Kong, you want to believe everything that is going on in front of you but it is difficult because the technology available to the filmmakers at the…

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Classic film review – Martin Scorsese’s controversial 1976 film, Taxi Driver

1976 film Taxi Driver

Before the collaboration between Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio, there was Scorsese and Robert De Niro. Amongst critics Taxi Driver has been described as the director’s best work to date; an American perspective of urban degradation and isolation. Vietnam veteran…

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