20 Most Popular Articles 2020

20 Most Popular Articles 2020

The most popular articles published to thefilmagazine.com in the year 2020, as chosen by you the readers.

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Hillbilly Elegy (2020) Review

Hillbilly Elegy (2020) Review

Ron Howard directed Netflix drama ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ is certified Oscar bait, but does it do enough to garner awards season recognition? Amy Adams and Glenn Close star, Mark Carnochan reviews.

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10 of the Most Underrated Horror Movies of All Time

10 of the Most Underrated Horror Movies of All Time

Looking for some suggestions for your horror movie marathons or watchalongs? This list could help. Here are 10 of the most underrated horror movies of all time. Article by Mark Carnochan.

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Scream Movies Ranked

Scream Movies Ranked

The four instalments of the ‘Scream’ franchise realised by legendary horror director Wes Craven ranked (from worst to best) by Mark Carnochan.

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The Babysitter: Killer Queen (2020) Review

The Babysitter: Killer Queen (2020) Review

Sequels are infamously difficult to get right, but McG is out to prove a point with ‘The Babysitter: Killer Queen’. Was he able to overcome the sequel curse? Mark Carnochan reviews.

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Get Duked! (2020) Review

Get Duked! (2020) Review

“One of 2020’s best”, Amazon Original Scottish horror-comedy ‘Get Duked!’, is a memorable feature debut for screenwriter-director Ninian Doff. Full movie Review by Mark Carnochan.

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Dirty Harry Movies Ranked

Dirty Harry Movies Ranked

For close to two decades Clint Eastwood starred as “Dirty Harry” Harry Callahan, performing the iconic gun toting hero across five movies. Here are the Dirty Harry Movies Ranked by Mark Carnochan.

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Down Among the Big Boys (1993) Review

Down Among the Big Boys (1993) Review

Billy Connolly stars in Scottish gangster film ‘Down Among the Big Boys’ from 1993. Mark Carnochan reviews.

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Comfort and Joy (1984) Review

Comfort and Joy (1984) Review

Two rival ice cream gangs and the radio presenter stuck in the middle of it all. That’s the premise for Bill Forsyth’s 1984 comedy ‘Comfort and Joy’, a landmark of Scottish cinema according to Mark Carnochan.

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