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    All of Steven Spielberg’s Movies Ranked

    Steven Spielberg is probably the world’s best-known director. His career spans over 50 years, and he’s still going strong. His films have gathered an incredible 133 nominations from the Academy Awards, winning 34 times. He’s reportedly worth over a billion dollars and will be part of pop culture history forever. We love Spielberg and wanted […] More

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    The Top 100 SciFi & Fantasy Movies of the 80s – Part 3

    31 – Videodrome (1983)Horror | Mystery | Science Fiction As the president of a trashy TV channel, Max Renn is desperate for new programming to attract viewers. When he happens upon “Videodrome,” a TV show dedicated to gratuitous torture and punishment, Max sees a potential hit and broadcasts the show on his channel. However, after […] More

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    The Top 100 SciFi & Fantasy Movies of the 80s – Part 2

    64 – From Beyond (1986)Horror | Science Fiction Obsessive scientist Dr. Pretorius (Ted Sorel) successfully discovers a way to access a parallel universe of pleasure by tapping into the brain’s pineal gland. When he is seemingly killed by forces from this other dimension, his assistant, Dr. Crawford Tillinghast (Jeffrey Combs), is accused of the murder. […] More

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    The Top 100 SciFi & Fantasy Movies of the 80s

    The 80s produced many great things, leg warmers, the Rubik’s cube, the Walkman. No one can argue that 80s science fiction and fantasy movies were fantastic, possibly the best in over 40 years. But to get a real perspective on things, we complied the user ratings from IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes (just the public votes) and […] More

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    The Making of Star Wars

    The Making of Star Wars has been well documented, but these little seen comments by the people involved uncovers some little known facts about the world’s most famous movie. These are excerpts taken from between 1996 and 1998 gathered from multiple sources….enjoy! Mark HamillasLuke Skywalker I didn’t even read the script until after I got […] More

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    The True Story That Inspired Hitchcock’s Psycho

    When it was first released in 1960, Psycho disgusted the critics and terrified cinema goers. It was tasteless. Amoral. And its heroine died in the first 20 minutes. But Hitchcock’s film was mild compared with the real-life horror that inspired it… When first released in 1960, Psycho disgusted the critics and terrified cinema-goers. It was […] More

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    Blood, Sweat and Bullets – The Making of Reservoir Dogs

    Written and directed by a video store clerk, Produced by a ballet dancer, starring six swearing men in black, several gallons of coloured syrup and one severed ear: It’s the violent, indie heist film, rescued by Harvey Keitel, that saved cinema from itself, here is the making of Reservoir dogs… THE PLAYERS Quentin Tarantino Writer/Director […] More

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    The Coen Brothers – An In-depth Look at Their Early Career

    Introduction: According to many critics, ‘heart’ is not something the Coen brothers invest in their motion pictures. If they have, it’s probably been broken, shot at or carved up. But what not denied is that over the past 30+ years, Joel and Ethan Coen have consistently delivered some of the finest, most original, genre-twisting movies […] More

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    Ridley Scott – Every One of His Movies Ranked

    Sir Ridley Scott (born 30 November 1937) is an English filmmaker, who began his career in advertising, before making the jump to feature films. Scott has made some true classic movies over his career, so we collaborated all his ratings from IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic and Letterboxd to aggregate an average rating for each of […] More

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    The Making of Alien (1979) – How the Xenomorph Came to Life

    INTRODUCTION: “I’ve never liked this kind of film before,” recalls Alien director Ridley Scott. “Because in the end, there’s always just a man in a rubber suit. There’s only one way to deal with that. To make it about what you think you saw, rather than what you actually saw.” What you saw in Alien (1979) was another plastic […] More