“Bambi”, a Walt Disney timeless classic that remains relevant seven decades after it’s release

“Bambi”, the groundbreaking animation classic was first released in August 1942 and has over the years sparkled the debate of real and serious subjects. We look back at this universally inspiring and touching film

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In 1965 The Beatles influential second movie “Help!” premiered at the London Pavilion Theater

A pioneer of Rock music films or movies, “Help!”, originally titled “Eight Arms to Hold You”, The Beatles second adventure into cinematics premiered on July 29, 1965 at the London Pavilion Theater in the West End of London

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“Easy Rider”: A timeless portrait of freedom

Released on July 14, 1969, “Easy Rider” it’s an absolute landmark on counterculture and one of the most iconic and memorable movies ever made, it portrays freedom in a way that remains timeless to this day while it still serves as a 1960’s social portrait

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The Beatles debut movie “A Hard Day’s Night” premiered on this day in 1964

Ever since it’s original release, The Beatles debut movie “A Hard Day’s Night” has developed a cult status, and remains hugely influential on Pop culture

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Horror classic “The Exorcist” premiered on this day in 1973

Horror classic “The Exorcist” stands as one of the finest of it’s genre and gained a cult following that lasts to this day, based on the William Peter Blatty’s novel of the same name, it premiered on this day in 1973

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Stanley Kubrick’s Dystopian Future Masterpiece “A Clockwork Orange” premiered on this day in 1971

Based on Anthony Burgess’s 1962 novel of the same name, Stanley Kubrick’s dystopian future masterpiece “A Clockwork Orange” premiered for the first time on December 19th, 1971 in New York City, we look back at one of the greatest movies ever made, that has and keeps playing a very important role on Pop Culture throughout the years

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James Cameron’s “Titanic” was released 20 years ago today on December 19, 1997

20 years ago, in 1997, today one of the biggest blockbusters of all time was released, directed by James Cameron, “Titanic” was a fictional story based on the famous ship disaster. We look back at the now classic

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Top 10 Christmas Horror Movies

It’s Christmas time again, and sometimes, the silent night can be the deadliest of all nights. Today we present you our list of the Top 10 Christmas Horror Movies. For this list we included only feature length movies, we excluded short movies and TV movies. Do you agree with our list? Comment to give your opinion!

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Gus Van Sant’s “Good Will Hunting” Celebrates it’s 20th Anniversary Today

Directed by Gus Van Sant, “Good Will Hunting” is the film that made Matt Damon and Ben Affleck household names, it was released on this day in 1997. We revisit this modern classic that also featured Robin Williams in the lead role

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“The Nightmare Before Christmas” Celebrates 24th Anniversary Today

The genesis of “The Nightmare Before Christmas” started with a Poem by Tim Burton that he wrote it during his time as a Disney animator in the early 1980’s. The movie is now regarded as an animation classic, that looks as fresh as when it was first released in 1993…and always a favorite for the Halloween season

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In 1978 “KISS Meets the Phantom of The Park”

During the Halloween season of 1978 KISS makes their film debut on “KISS Meets the Phantom of The Park”, a TV movie made for NBC that features the band as their stage characters. Despite the bad reviews the movie had ever since it’s release, it has now attained cult film status

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Revisiting Bernardo Bertolucci’s controversial “Last Tango In Paris”

45 years after it’s original release, the reputation of Bernardo Bertolucci’s “Last Tango In Paris” featuring Marlon Brando and Maria Scheneider still lives up to it’s enduring controversy

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“Salò” – A Necessary Evil

The 60’s and 70’s were prodigal in experimental European cinema that touched, and not just slightly, new grounds of controversy, we revisit the controversial Pier Paolo Pasolini, movie “Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom”

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