31: Rob Zombie's Most Dangerous Game

31 is Rob Zombie going full “Rob Zombie” and turning everything to 11. He came up with the idea in a few seconds and the 20-day production schedule felt rushed and unnecessary. 417 more words

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Love & Friendship: Whit Stillman + Jane Austen = Pure Joy

Love & Friendship is the most refreshing film of 2016. Drawing inspiration from Jane Austen’s novella Lady Susan, writer-director Whit Stillman (The Last Days of Disco, Damsels in Distress… 425 more words

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The Lobster: A Wonderfully Weird Film That Needs to be Watched

The Lobster is a weird film that defies expectations and features some of the biggest laughs of 2016. It has been described as an “absurdist dystopian comedy-drama” and I actually agree with that summation. 382 more words

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The Best Transformation Scenes of Horror, Part 2: A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985), Late Phases (2014) and The Company of Wolves (1984)

This article is rich with images you do not want your boss to see when he’s looking over your shoulder at work.

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The Best One-Punch Knockout of 1996: Will Smith Crushes an Alien In Independence Day

Decades of cinema have taught us that fighting aliens is terrible. They are big slippery things that ooze acid and have weird exoskeletons that prevent cranial damage. 290 more words

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The MFF Random Awards: 1996 Edition!

Hello all, Mark here.

1996 was loaded with cinematic randomness. Whether it be Michael Keaton talking about eating dolphins or Carl Weathers stressing hip movement, we were lucky to have great actors doing weird things onscreen. 498 more words

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MFF 1996 Special: Wes Anderson's Bottle Rocket


I love the people in this film, who are genuinely innocent, more than even they know.

Martin Scorsese

Bottle Rocket was a revelation to me when I was 14.

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