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MFF Special: Ranking the Property Destruction of the Super Bowl Movie Trailers

I love the Superbowl movie trailers because the big studios spend a lot of money to promote their blockbusters. This means the 30-second trailers pack in a lot of action into one commercial. 852 more words

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The MFF Survival Guide: Surviving Movies With "13" in the Title

After watching The Final Girls I’ve started asking myself an age-old question. What movies could I survive if I was teleported into them and couldn’t simply run away? 807 more words

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The MFF Podcast #45: The Best Comedies of the 21st Century

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You can stream the pod on Blog Talk Radio or download it from Itunes. If you get a chance please rate the review the pod. 138 more words

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Goodnight Mommy: A Glossy Horror Film That Prefers Style Over Substance

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Goodnight Mommy is beautifully filmed horror movie that prefers looking awesome over offering anything that makes the violence redeemable. It is empty calories disguised as art house cinema and is getting a lot of attention because Austria submitted it as their Best Foreign Language  entry for the Academy Awards. 464 more words

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The Finest Hours: A Fantastic Old School Film That Does the True Story Justice

The Finest Hours is an old school rescue film that is unpretentious, earnest and a lot of fun. The film is set in 1952 and tells the story of a massive oil tanker named the SS Pendleton that broke in half off the coast of Massachusetts. 405 more words

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MFF Podcast #43: Advice for Cinematic Henchmen

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You can listen to the MFF podcast on Blog Talk Radio or you can download it on Itunes. If you get a chance please make sure to rate, review and subscribe! 117 more words

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The 10 Best Moments of 21st Century Horror Films

I love horror movies. There is an art to developing exceptional horror films and when a director/writer can capture dread, urgency and surprise they can create iconic moments that live on in infamy. 1,061 more words

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