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Daily Archives: October 6, 2017

Soundtracks often provide additional danger, mystery and scariness to a movie. This technique is mostly common in Horror movies or Thrillers in which hair-raising moments are essential parts. Some movie scores became immortal because they were so spooky that only listening to them is enough to bring back the movie memory. Some are such masterpieces that without them the movies… Read more »

06 October 2017 | Features, Other Lists

Movies are made from other movies. There’s no way around it. To profess complete originality is equal to professing divinity; you’re either God or a charlatan, and there’s only one position available—if this can even be granted. Most directors know this; if they don’t they’re not helping the stereotype. Yes, art is a complex thing, but it’s only as complex… Read more »

06 October 2017 | Features, Other Lists

German-American actress Diane Kruger (Inglourious Basterds) gives a bold, bravura performance in writer-director Fatih Akins’ occasionally conventional but always compelling revenge-rattled new film, In the Fade. Broken down into three chapters (titled; Family, Justice, and the Sea), Akin’s film moves with ferocity from a heart-crushing tragedy to a gaunt, sweeping, teeth-bared revenge thriller with only a few minor missteps to… Read more »

06 October 2017 | Reviews

The second part in the recently introduced series of cinematic obscurities brings another ten titles you have likely missed, even though they are not to be dismissed. Similarly to its predecessor, this list includes the titles spanning from the 1960s to the 21st century, focusing on geographical and, therefore, cultural diversity. Besides, where else will you find a humorous South… Read more »

06 October 2017 | Features, Film Lists