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Daily Archives: December 31, 2015

2015 has been a tremendous year for Taste of Cinema. We have become one of the fastest-growing movie websites in the world and we tried our best to produce great content with good taste. We are so glad that many cinephiles choose Taste of Cinema as their go-to source whenever they want to see a good movie. At the end… Read more »

31 December 2015 | Features, Other Lists

When “Meet the Press” host, Tim Russert, died in 2008, it really hit me hard for some reason. He was only 58. It was at that time it became necessary for me to pay homage to those who have has an effect and me and my life in some small way. My children call it my “wall of dead people”… Read more »

31 December 2015 | Features, People Lists

Anyone of the opinion that 2015 was a mediocre year at the multiplex just wasn’t looking hard enough. Why even narrowing the titles down to a workable 30 titles was no small feat – I cringe at the many worthy films that didn’t make the cut – and a cursory glance at the titles assembled here shows a wonderful and… Read more »

31 December 2015 | Features, Film Lists

There might be thousands of immensely talented actors all around the world, but they may be lost, unknown or forgotten because they may not have performed in great films. Millions of mainstream films will bomb and only great films can stay alive for generations. This is why the future will only remember the actors of those great films. What makes… Read more »

31 December 2015 | Features, Film Lists

Note: This review contains no spoilers. With his signature shrewd repartee and gleefully OTT violence, Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, The Hateful Eight, is a grisly and gratifying ensemble article that doubles as chamber piece. Revisiting and reworking the Western genre for a second time, after 2012’s Django Unchained, Tarantino’s latest communiqué from the American frontier ensues in the years following… Read more »

31 December 2015 | Features, Reviews

Montague Rhodes James was a medievalist scholar and a provost of King’s College, Cambridge. He was also one of the most influential writers of horror fiction to have lived. During his lifetime, his work received praise from such other luminaries of the horror genre as H. P. Lovecraft – who called James a ‘literary weird fictionist of the very first rank’… Read more »

31 December 2015 | Features, Film Lists