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Movie Review - The Innocents (1961)

<b>The Innocents</b>, 1961.<p>Directed by Jack Clayton.<br>Starring Deborah Kerr, Peter Wyngarde, Megs Jenkins, Michael Redgrave,Clytie Jessop, Pamela Franklin and …

Five Essential… Underrated Martin Scorsese Films

<i>Jackson Ball on his five essential underrated Martin Scorsese films…</i><p>In terms of auteur directors, there are few who are as revered and as admired as …

13 Facts You Didn't Know About 'Beetlejuice'

<b>Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice!</b><p>The classic film directed by Tim Burton came out 25 years ago, and tells the story of the recently departed who have become ghosts, and their journey through the Netherworld and our world. As such, what better time than Halloween to educate fans on little known …

The Top Grossing Scary Movies Of All-Time

You wouldn’t know it by the fact that there is but a single major horror film in theaters this month (<i>Carrie</i> on October 18th), but this is of course October and thus the month of Halloween and thus the prime time to discuss “scary movies”. As such, I’ve decided to run down the top-17 biggest …

First trailer for Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel

<b>The Grand Budapest Hotel</b> may be the most Wes Anderson-y place in the world. A couple of day ago we debuted the first poster to Anderson’s latest and …

Fangtastic! The world’s best vampire-spotting locations.

Vampires and their stories seem to be enjoying an eternal renaissance in contemporary fiction and film. Anne Rice's <i>Interview with the Vampire</i> kicked off the modern raft of tales, and the popularity of more recent book and movie offerings like <i>Twilight</i> and <i>True Blood</i> shows that folks are, well, batty …