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Hercules and the Conquest of Atlantis (1961)

Known elsewhere as Hercules and the Conquest of Atlantis, this is the film debut of Reg Park as Hercules, or Ercole as he’s referred to in the Italian title ( 383 more words

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A Cookie Cutter Christmas

Is this the most ludicrous and offensive Hallmark movie plot ever? Check this and vote: two adult females, educated, employed school teachers, are so embroiled in a petty rivalry, one they’ve apparently nurtured since childhood, that when they’re both attracted to the same man, they turn a winter festival that’s supposed to be about the kids into their own bet-settling, bake-off showdown. 415 more words

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At The Movies: December Brings List Of Best Horror Thus Far For 2020

A lot of this year’s best horror has been coming out in unexpected places. With movie theaters either shuttered or showing a severely limited slate due to the pandemic, many of the year’s best horror pictures have been released on VOD or have gone straight to streaming services like Netflix, Shudder, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. 257 more words



Underwater gets rolling five minutes into the movie, with explosions and water cascading everywhere as Norah (Kristen Stewart), who minutes before was brushing her teeth, attempts to escape the seven mile sea deep mining facility where she works and calls home. 157 more words

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Rebecca (2020)

Last night, I dreamed I went to Manderley again.

Lily James, Rebecca

Release Date: October 21st, 2020 | Director: Ben Wheatley

Rebecca is the story of the second Mrs.

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Jack and the Beanstalk (1970)

Barry Mahon was shot down over Germany and escaped — and was recaptured — at Stalag Luft III before being freed by Patton’s 3rd Army. Once he got back to the U.S., he became the personal pilot and later the manager for Errol Flynn. 384 more words

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Disney Marathon: 'Fantasia 2000'

We’ve had a lot of push back on this entry since Amelia really hated the original, but it’s time to deal with one of Disney’s biggest missteps. 1,141 more words