Romero’s ‘Dead’ Movies Ranked

Romero’s ‘Dead’ Movies Ranked

All 6 of George A Romero’s ‘Dead’ films, from ‘Night of the Living Dead’ (1968) to ‘Survival of the Dead’ (2009) via ‘Dawn of the Dead’ (1978), ranked from worst to best by Scott Z Walkinshaw.

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Texas Chainsaw Massacre Movies Ranked

Texas Chainsaw Massacre Movies Ranked

All 8 movies from the ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ franchise, from Tobe Hooper’s ‘The Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ (1974) to ‘Leatherface’ (2017) ranked from worst to best. List by Luke Hinton.

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Predator Movies Ranked

Predator Movies Ranked

All 4 ‘Predator’ movies, from the original ‘Predator’ (1987) to the latest entry from Shane Black, ‘The Predator’ (2018), ranked from worst to best. Ranked list by Scott Z Walkinshaw.

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85-Year-Old ‘My Man Godfrey’ Is a Crash Course in Comic Perfection

85-Year-Old ‘My Man Godfrey’ Is a Crash Course in Comic Perfection

Gregory La Cava comedy ‘My Man Godfrey’ (1936), starring William Powell and Carole Lombard, could teach modern Hollywood some lessons, even at 85 years old. Retrospective essay by Sloan De Forest.

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Wrath of Man (2021) Review

Wrath of Man (2021) Review

Director Guy Ritchie follows ‘The Gentlemen’ with ‘Wrath of Man’, a crime action ensemble film lead by ‘Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels’ star Jason Statham. Tony Ruggio reviews.

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‘Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory’ at 50 – Review

‘Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory’ at 50 – Review

50 years since Willy Wonka asked “if you want to view paradise” and still it resonates as a feat of “pure imagination”. Scott Z. Walkinshaw reviews.

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Love and Monsters (2020) Review

Love and Monsters (2020) Review

‘Love and Monsters’, a new creature feature by director Michael Matthews and starring Dylan O’Brien, is an inventive little adventure movie. Scott Z Walkinshaw reviews.

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Lawrence Michael Levine Interview – “I Will Always Make Small, Intimate Films”

Lawrence Michael Levine Interview – “I Will Always Make Small, Intimate Films”

Lawrence Michael Levine tells The Film Magazine about searching deep within himself to find ‘Black Bear’ (2020), scripting naturalistic dialogue and why he’ll always make small films.

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