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18 Sex-Filled Films to Stream on Netflix

For when you want some good, clean onscreen lovin' that's not porn, I've found an array of sexy films available on Netflix. There are foreign flicks, …

Entertainment

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In documentary 'Mifune: The Last Samurai,' Spielberg, Scorsese and others shed light on the legendary Japanese actor

Toshiro Mifune was a name to conjure with.<p>A galvanic performer who was as present in his roles as anyone who ever lived, the legendary Japanese actor is the subject of "Mifune: The Last Samurai," a smart and thoughtful examination of who the man was and how he got that way.<p>As directed by …

‘Soldado’ Screenwriter Reveals Why There Was No Room for Emily Blunt in ‘Sicario’ Sequel

The 2017 film will feature male stars returning to Mexico to ignite a war between the cartels.<p>If you’ve heard anything at all about “Soldado,” it’s …

Gotham Awards 2016: Oliver Stone Offers His Advice to Filmmakers in Trump Era

"You can be critical of your government, and we've forgotten that."<p>On Monday night at Manhattan’s Ciprani Wall Street, Gotham Award Tribute recipient …

Movie Review: "Loving" (2016)

<b>Movie</b>: "Loving"<p><b>Director</b>: Jeff Nichols <b><br>Rating</b>: PG-13 <b><br>Running Time</b>: 2 hours, 1 minute<p>Image Source<p><i>An interracial married couple living in Virginia are</i> …

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Watch Spine-Tingling Horror Film 'Abomination' Trailer (Video)

In the trailer for Yam Laranas’ latest, meet a woman who doesn’t know who she is<p>Director Yam Laranas says that the scariest thing is the unknown, and …

Creepy review – subtle Japanese horror

A criminologist reopens a cold case in a film that’s as stealthy and eerie as it sounds<p>Some horror films clatter; others like to creep. Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Japanese chiller moves with the softest of steps, observing its characters from behind or through glass partitions as Hidetoshi Nishijima’s …

Horror