20 Overlooked 80s Thrillers That Are Worth Your Time

To Live and Die in L.A.

The thriller genre was going full steam in the late 1970’s, with the large scale success of John Carpenter’s low budget film Halloween in 1978 propelling the thriller genre forward into the 1980’s. Thrillers were generally made up of more conventional crime films and murder mysteries, or slasher films such as Friday the 13th and […]

The 30 Greatest Character Actors in Hollywood History

Steve Buscemi

They may not be flashy, but any filmmaker will tell you that they can’t make a movie without good character actors. They are the best friends, the reliable sergeants, trusted deputies and essential confidants. Character actors are usually anonymous ‘types’ who can play a variety of characters, or idiosyncratic individuals who fit a certain mold […]

20 Overlooked 70s Thrillers That Are Worth Your Time


The 1970’s were a great decade for thrillers, as production code restrictions had been lifted in favor of a ratings system, allowing “R” rated films considerable leeway in the amount of sex and violence that could be included. Armed with this new freedom, filmmakers ran wild making movies that titillated and thrilled audiences, resulting in […]