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These Hannibal Lecter Lines Are Perfect For Your Next Dinner Party

The horror genre is often looked down upon by many who see it as “low” art, but Silence of the Lambs — a 1991 thriller with plenty of horror elements — qualifies as one of a special kind that added a bit of legitimacy to the horror genre with mainstream audiences. 779 more words


The Silence of the Lambs


Review: A psychopath only known as Buffalo Bill is murdering people across the Midwest. The F.B.I. send in Agent Clarice Starling to interview an insane prisoner, Dr.

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Review – Solace

Genre: Thriller
Certificate: 15
UK Release Date: 25th September 2015
Runtime: 101 minutes
Director: Afonso Poyart
Writer: Peter Morgan, Sean Bailey
Starring: Anthony Hopkins, Abbie Cornish, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Colin Farrell, Jose Pablo Cantillo … 588 more words


Clarice via Criterion: THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (1991)

As a cinema fan of all eras, I’m familiar with the universal themes apparent in a predictable fashion in a great many films. The protagonist is the good guy symbol of tough, moral fortitude and there is usually a pretty female role vying for his romantic attention as he battles whatever conflicts, evil doers or challenges that besiege them. 1,314 more words


The Lion in Winter (1968)

The Lion in Winter is quite a film. Unsympathetic characters and English monarchs are far from big draws for me but this one has Katharine Hepburn in it. 347 more words



Sir Philip Anthony Hopkins, CBE (born 31 December 1937) is a Welsh actor of film, stage, and television, and a composer and painter. After graduating from the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama in 1957, he trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, and was then spotted by Laurence Olivier who invited him to join the Royal National Theatre. 947 more words


2 Movies 1 Moment: Lost At Sea

Thinking of taking a lovely ocean cruise? Well as fun as they are, the open sea is not always a welcome place. The movies love to put people out on the water and keep audiences guessing as to how our heroes can survive. 1,246 more words

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