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Daily Archives: July 25, 2016

The sixties was a great decade for horror. We were introduced to a monster with a friendly face (Norman Bates), Hammer Films established Britain’s place in horror, Vincent Price became the face of horror, the zombie sub-genre started, movies consistently pushed the boundaries of what was acceptable, and films like Psycho and Night of the Living Dead inspired the gore-frenzy… Read more »

25 July 2016 | Features, Film Lists

Ever since moviemaking became an industry, lots of movies have been followed up by a sequel or sequels, and it is no secret that in most cases, a sequel is rarely as good as the movie before it. In most cases a sequel, however unnecessary it might be, can be enjoyable if one happens to like the original, and in… Read more »

25 July 2016 | Features, Film Lists

Lars von Trier is a sick man. Lars von Trier is a wicked man. And yet, Lars von Trier is an incredibly talented and thought provoking filmmaker. His works are rough, violent, and graphic, so much so that I can’t really recommend a single one of them to a broad audience (with the exception of Europa). That said, any real… Read more »

25 July 2016 | Features, Film Lists