It is time…our final Halloween HORROR Cinema Showdown of the month! ‘Dracula(1931)’ vs. ‘The Wolf Man(1941)’. We have a battle of Universal’s Classic Monsters. Bela Lugosi’s original ‘Dracula’, based off Bram Stoker’s Gothic novel has forever left an imprint on it’s genre and vampire films. 81 more words
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For over 100 years, moving pictures have evolved into some of the world’s largest spectacles that aren’t sports. Racking in millions and billions of dollars in ticket sales, downloads, and DVD sales, movies are doing well for themselves, and over time we have seen the classics stand true and the new age of cinema make it’s presence felt. 566 more words
Robert Zemeckis gives us another phenomenal film! I really enjoyed this film and was surpised by how much I really liked it.
“The Walk” is about a street performer named Phillippe Petit (Joseph Gordon Levitt) who becomes insipired/obsessed to hang a high wire between the two Twin Towers and walking on it. 156 more words