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Hopefully this comes out this year. Blumhouse strikes again. A new My Bloody Valentine is in the works. Only 28 thousand votes on IMDb. Alfred Hitchcock turned down the offer to direct Rosemary's Baby? Nice ass but she's a midget and looks very young. Getting a theatrical release in the UK. (11th October 2024) This movie deserved to flop. Not posts for Deez Nuts? Better on a rewatch but still a few issues. Tom Savini will have a cameo in this. View all posts >


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Legend. She was pretty big in the UK for a little while. Something of a one album/one hit wonder. Her whole public image was 'talented singer with a great voice + anorexic drug addict'. Honestly I think she was more known for her issues than her music, at least for the last few years of her life. Her second album came out in 2006 and she died five years later. I think the perception at the time was that it was a shame a talented artists life was such a mess, then she died and in true fashion became something of a icon/legend, an outpouring of grief from people who had laughed at her the years prior. They tried to make her go to rehab but she said no, no, no. I just counted and I've only seen 23 of your 100 selections. Damn. The 23; ------------------------------------------ The Lord of the Rings (2001, 02, 03) Casablanca (1942) Excalibur (1981) 12 Angry Men (1957) Chinatown (1974) The Godfather (1972) The Terminator (1984) Schindler's List (1993) Blade Runner (1982) The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976) The Apartment (1960) The African Queen (1951) The Godfather Part II (1974) Oppenheimer (2023) Walkabout (1971) Tess (1979) One, Two, Three (1961) The Shawshank Redemption (1994) The Bone Collector (1999) The Usual Suspects (1995) The Dead Zone (1983) L.A. Confidential (1997) The Green Mile (1999) Interesting list though truthfully I haven't seen many of them... which is why it's interesting I guess. I'll give you a random selection of 25 movies I consider amongst the best of all time; - Repulsion (1965) - Mulholland Drive (2001) - The Vanishing (1988) - Chinatown (1974) - Black Swan (2010) - Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) - Rear Window (1954) - Heat (1995) - Atonement (2007) - Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) - Blade Runner (1982) - Rosemary's Baby (1968) - The Virgin Spring (1960) - Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972) - Amadeus (1984) - Roman Holiday (1953) - Casablanca (1942) - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) - Stand by Me (1986) - Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) - Alien (1979) - Closer (2004) - The Innocents (1961) - Paris, Texas (1984) - Sorcerer (1977) UK; Ticket: £8.90 ($11.27) <blockquote>anya taylor joy is not a star</blockquote> 😢 I've done this before with horror movies. The 80s had the greatest quantity of movies I enjoy watching, the 60s had the best movies whilst the 70s were a happy medium, slightly better quality than the 80s and numerically greater than the 60s. For movies in general the 90s were pretty great but I feel like the 70s is best overall. Some people were even wondering if it would get the Batgirl treatment and never be seen by the general public, that's how bad it's been. This was originally meant to come out in September 2022 but got delayed due to 'COVID related post production delays' and was given a new release date of April 2023. That date came and went only for reports in October 2023 saying it would likely be going straight-to-streaming on Max, this was then confirmed in March 2024. 1. Ex Machina (2014) - 9 2. Annihilation (2018) - 9 3. Civil War (2024) - 8 4. Men (2022) - 7 I love the Tobe Hooper mini series too. I'm expecting this to be a shitshow, it's been completed for ages now but it's been put on ice for well over a year and is getting a straight-to-streaming release in the US. It's clear Warner Bros. have no faith in this movie whatsoever. View all replies >