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The 25 Best Movies Based On True Crimes

You just can't make this stuff up


15 Netflix hidden-gem horror movies for all you fear addicts out there (2017 edition)

Smell that air? Feel that brisk breeze? Wearing a jacket? That's right, dummy. It's October.<p>And <i>since</i> it's October, you want to watch horror movies, …


47 Incredible Movies You Need To Watch If You Want To Be A Film Buff

You'll never be bored again.<p><i>Note: Submissions may have been edited for length and/or clarity.</i>

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The 20 Best British Shows On Netflix

Take a trip across the pond with the best British series available on streaming, ranked by their Rotten Tomatoes Scores.<p>Photos: Everett Collection , …

TV Imports: The Best Foreign Netflix Shows to Binge, Part 3

From Nordic noir and a creepy Spanish boarding school to a lighthearted Danish comedy and Japanese reality series, there’s something for every binge …

The 10 Best Horror Movies of All Time

From creature features to haunted house capers, the horror genre has been giving audiences the willies since the dawn of film. Here are our picks for …

13 Great Under-the-Radar Movies From 2017 To Stream Right Now

Blockbusters get all the attention, but these movies are worth watching<p>Between <i>Logan</i>, <i>Wonder Woman,</i> <i>Guardians 2</i> and <i>Spider-Man: Homecoming</i>, 2017 has thus …


The Best Horror Movie Every Year Since 'Psycho'

In 1960, Alfred Hitchcock adorned the poster for his latest movie with a very clear message: “It is <i>required</i> that you see <i>Psycho</i> from the very …

The 21st Century’s 100 greatest films

The best that cinema has had to offer since 2000 as picked by 177 film critics from around the world.<p>“They don’t make ‘em like they used to.”<p>How often have we all heard that resigned expression? How often have we said it ourselves? ‘The death of cinema’ is debated in university film studies …