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Halloween And Other Top Slasher Films

Not only is Halloween right around the corner, but the latest Halloween film is now in theaters. The eagerly anticipated sequel to the original 1978 film looks to continue October’s record haul, and while doing so it will put a fright in the crowds. While it is debatable what the first actual slasher movie was, the original Halloween is one of them, and it did provide the cinematic template that most slasher films used to scare movie goers for a long time. Here are some of those slasher films you won’t want to miss.

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Top Action Movies To Watch This July

It may be hot outside, but the action is about to get even hotter at the theatre. July movies are typically your popcorn flick time of the year, with not a lot of plot, and tons of action. This year is no different, with a couple of sequels, yet another superhero film and of course you can’t ignore The Rock.

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Top 5 Movies To Watch About The Royal Family

It seems like everything in the news these days is about The Royal Family. From the birth of baby Louis to the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, the Royals are everywhere. In case you haven’t had enough of them, or want to prepare yourself (and keep yourself awake) for the wedding tomorrow morning, here are a few movies you might want to consider watching.

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Call Me By Your Name Could Be The Surprise Hit Of The Awards Season

Like Brokeback Mountain and Moonlight before it, Call Me By Your Name tells the story of a forbidden, secretive love affair between two men. And like Moonlight, Call Me By Your Name could very easily be the surprise hit of the year when awards season rolls around.

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Watch The Trailer For The New Mutants

Everyone knew that Deadpool was starting a new trend in superhero films by making it R-Rated, a trend followed this year by Logan, but no one could have predicted it would lead to a full fledged horror film next. But that is exactly what The New Mutants appears it will be.

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Transformers: The Last Knight Looks Good On Bluray

2017 has seen several big budget films fall into the category of “not very good”, and thus become a failure at the box office. Transformers: The Last Knight is one of those, and it is the first in the franchise to be labelled both a critical and commercial bomb. However with the digital and bluray release of the film this week, some of that loss may yet still be recuperated.

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What Needs To Change To Make Movies Great Again

There’s no denying it, movies are big business. From the films themselves, to the concession sales and seat upgrades, people flock to the theatre every weekend to spend their hard earned money. Lately though there has been a surprising trend, ticket sales are down. As in way down. And this weekend was the first in over 20 years that the top twelve films failed to reach $50 million. 

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Stephen King’s Top Film Adaptations

The latest film to be based on the work of Stephen King is perhaps the most ambitious of them all. The Dark Tower is a multi-novel series that spans several worlds, and really can be a little difficult to explain to the casual reader. While the film starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey may not have received the best reviews, or done as well as hoped at the box office, the master of horror has had several movies based on his works that were critical and box office successes. Here are our favourites.

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Ralph Macchio And William Zabka Set To Return To Karate Kid

A classic 80s’ rivalry is set to return. YouTube Red has announced that Ralph Macchio and William Zabka of The Karate Kid are both returning to the franchise that put them on the map for a follow-up sequel series that is coming soon.

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Director Jonathan Demme’s Best Films

With the news breaking yesterday that Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme had passed away at the age of 73, we started thinking back through his contributions to film. With such a wide variety of films to choose from, we look back at some of our favourites he directed.

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Maudie Is One Of The Year’s Best Films

It’s hard to call a film one of the year’s best when it’s only April, but Maudie is one of those films that will stay with you long after you leave the theatre. It’s a special movie that deserves a long look when it comes to the Academy Awards next year.

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Top Movies Based on TV Shows

CHIPS was released this weekend, and as most people are aware it was based on a TV show from the late 70s to early 80s. Making movies based on TV shows has become quite a big trend, and we’re not talking about movies that tie in to the TV show here like the X-Files. We’re talking about a completely new remake. Here are our favourites.

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The Top Films Of 2016 To Check Out Now

With 2016 quickly coming to an end it’s time to look back at the top films of the year. While there are still a few big buzzed about films yet to come out for wide release, at the very least you’ll have something to look forward to in the next couple of weeks. Here are our favourites.

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Inferno Is Intense, But Lacks The Strong Plot Of The Da Vinci Code

After a seven year hiatus, Tom Hanks and Ron Howard have both returned to the Robert Langdon universe created by author Dan Brown. The big question burning in everyone’s mind isn’t if fans are ready for more puzzles and twists and turns to play out on the big screen, but rather is another sequel in this universe even wanted in the first place.

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Watch The Trailer For Mark Wahlberg’s Latest Film Patriots Day

The Mark Wahlberg’s latest film is called Patriots Day, and the first trailer was just released this morning. Watch it here.

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