Tag Archives: Old Movies


It’s rather surprising how many movie posters look exactly the same, and how many give moviegoers a sense of Déjà vu.


Here are 5 screen gangsters you can’t help but fall in love with, despite the many reasons why you shouldn’t…


A funny World of Warcraft promo, cool tech, and a great read on Blade Runner tech. Also: Potpurri – It’s pronounced “poe-pour-e”.


See people in video game costumes, movie cosplay, and a little bit of strangeness and oddity in this list mega list of pics!


We preview the upcoming Dredd, a reboot / remake of the Judge Dredd franchise that aims to be more serious and focused than the adaptation from 1995.


Here are a few films whose directors passed over color and decided black and white would be a much more fitting color scheme for the tone and overall reception and impact of their piece.


A novel is such a singular experience it is no wonder that adapting a book to the medium of film is as arduous a task as any. When you read, you are alone. Not in the sense that no one else is around you, but rather that you are the reader and the narrator and the painter of the scenes in your head. You provide the voices and translate the imagery to fit the way you perceive the story.


Of the films explored in this series, 1981’s “Arthur” seems the most appropriate to remake. Starring Dudley Moore, in what would be his most iconic role, “Arthur” follows the misadventures of the titular hapless drunk whose immense fortune and desperate alcoholism has left him alone and distanced from the rest of the world.


Beware the youth for they are the future, and sadly, they’re also seriously lacking on their cult film/classic cinema knowledge. Just the other day one said, “What is ‘Escape From New York’? I’ve never seen it.”


In a time of recession and economic hardships, the last thing major studios want to do is sink hundreds of millions into a movie that won’t break even, especially with competing studios crumbling and filing for bankruptcy all around them.

The creatives have run for the hills and the accountants have taken over Hollywood.


With every big hit or blockbuster movie that comes out, fans and movie buffs alike quote scenes like they’re Shakespeare. But often the exact lines get a bit miffed, perhaps jumbled in the process or misused in a reference, creating a sort of telephone-game like phenomenon.

Here are ten movie lines that are repeatedly mis-repeated, and the correct lines as they were originally spoken in the films they came from.


Movies can change your entire life. They can alter your moods, your values and beliefs, and even change your hardened philosophy. Film brings out the best in people, allowing them to feel free and be open-minded about even the most controversial topics.


Here are five films that every movie fan should see.

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