The Official Splatter Movie Guide

John McCarty

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The character development is note-worthy, i.e. Ackerman = Fritz Bauer; Matthew Meese = Barlow; Andrew W. Martin Scorsese directed Taxi Driver (1976), Mean Streets (1973), and musical drama New York, New York (1977). Please DO NOT copy or reproduce elsewhere either in print or online. Simplistic but gripping thriller has violence vs. migrants. As we worked on the generator, I could tell someone had gone down this road before.

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The Main Point: The Life And Work of a Porno Film Maker

Bruno Phillips

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Direction of Ram Gopal Verma is stylist and was beyond its time. There’s nothing really deep about the friendship between Abbot and Costello; it’s just a good reminder that a best friend can make any situation fun, even when a monster is after your brain. Oh, Marvel might start doing this anyway to their more high-profile -- and therefore expensive -- stars pretty soon. Show me the quality drama in teenagers getting decapitated left right and centre.

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Comic Book Movies - Virgin Film (Virgin Film Series)

David Hughes

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Although not as reliant on twists as You’re Next—most genre fans could call the movie’s ending very early on in the film—The Guest takes a similar pleasure in anticipating and playing with the audience’s expectations. At least 20 performances and movies made a month! They are usually filled with fast paced chases, explosions, fighting, numerous stunts, and special effects. Much of the humor of Mel Brooks's (b. 1926) parodies depends upon viewers being familiar with specific genre films.

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Lawrence of Arabia: A Film's Anthropology

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Overview: The Lonesome Whistle of a Train... bringing the gallows closer to a desperado--the showdown nearer to his captor! Director: Keith Maloy; Writer, Producer: Keith Maloy, Daniel Parker Smith; Director of Photography: Daniel Parker Smith; Original Score: Angus Maloy; Editor: Keith Maloy. Melted Hearts 2: Hablando de Suenos:Drama/Comedy, 98 minutes, color, 2014. The film is also notable for its smart, ‘Buffy’-ish observations on teenage life, before the conflation of high school trauma and supernatural horror became a cliché.

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The cabinet of Dr. Caligari; (Classic film scripts)

R. V Adkinson

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Television films inspired by recent scandals—such as The Ordeal of Patty Hearst, which premiered a month after her release from prison in 1979—harkened all the way back to the 1920s and such movies as Human Wreckage and When Love Grows Cold, FBO pictures made swiftly in the wake of celebrity misfortunes. [133] Many 1970s TV films—such as The California Kid (1974), starring Martin Sheen —were action-oriented genre pictures of a type familiar from contemporary cinematic B production.

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Skin Shows: Gothic Horror and the Technology of Monsters

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Of course, the big one is Cowboys & Aliens, the awesome idea to combine the Western with an alien invasion flick. Synopsis: After the tragic death of his ex-girlfriend, Kyle struggles to accept the responsibility of being a father to Teigan, the young daughter who they had together. How would you describe the women in the film? In March 2012, the BFI finally released ‘The Devils’ on DVD as part of an impressive two-disc package: a fitting tribute to Russell, who died in November 2011.

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Silver Screen

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His powers are eating away at his sanity, and he suffers from various debilitating insecurities and phobias that make him unpredictable at best. In general, horror exploitation films can be grouped into several different styles: This style of exploitation depicts the detailed, drawn-out torture of helpless victims, usually leading to their death. In the interest of fairness, it's important to point out that this has already been a movie, but the 1996 The Phantom, starring Billy Zane (pictured above), isn't exactly the most sincere representation of the character.

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Rhetoric and Representation in Nonfiction Film (Cambridge

Carl R. Plantinga

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Dracula needs to find a new brain for Frankenstein and decides that Costello’s would be a good one. Lawrence Tierney plays the cold blooded killer at the center of things but he’s no match for Claire Trevor as a steely society dame turned on by his brutish exploits. Cast: Courtney Scott, Dee Macaluso, Ryan Lambert. Nyby, directed episodes of the original series, too!) Actually, I had a theory, which I told him. "In the DVD days, Perry Mason fans ordered a ton of Perry Mason, one after the other after the other," I said. "It created sufficient demand that you guys thought there should be categories."

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Science Is Fiction: The Films of Jean Painlevé

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Cooper & Edgar Wallace Land of the Dead by George A. Is it part of a “national cinema” with its own aesthetic, political, and cultural values? At the center of it all is their volunteer coach, Larry Gelwix, a man who lives what he teaches: a life with no regrets. Retrieved from IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/genre In Theories of Film (1974), Andrew Tudor identifies a major problem of genre definition, which he terms "the empiricist dilemma," whereby a group of films are preselected for generic analysis to determine their common elements, although their common elements should be identified only after they have been analyzed.

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Pure Imagination!: A Sorta-Biography, Hardcover Book (Faber

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Tom Huddleston Charles Laughton’s only work as a director may be terrifying, but is it really a horror film? His hairstyle provides compelling evidence toward this last possibility, but you be the judge. Alternate version here . (1950) The Chase – Free – An American noir film directed by Arthur Ripley, based on the Cornell Woolrich novel The Black Path of Fear. Animation: Films which are exclusively or primarily animated (Bambi, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?).

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