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Amazon and Netflix want to control the market for deep, edgy indie films, too

Amazon is upping the ante at the Sundance Film Festival this year.

The e-commerce company, which scored its first Golden Globe film award for Manchester by the Sea… 561 more words


Alright, full disclosure, I adore historical movies.  While searching through HBO go’s app, I stumbled upon this treasure.

The movie, originally a TV movie, stars big names like Colin Firth, Kenneth Branagh, and Stanley Tucci.  168 more words

Colin Firth

Eternal Vampiricus - 1999

Vampiricus was an experience that occured near the docks in Long Beach, California. It was produced by Blade Rhino.

George Metivier was a photographer who spent quite a few evenings at Vampiricus capturing the happenings and, on occasion, some of the attendants became his models. 121 more words

Heretics Of Hollywood

Affordable Personal Entertainment

All work and no play makes for a dull day

Entertainment is an important part of Life as it can be an healthy escape, stimulate thought, further education and provide a medium over which we can socialise. 656 more words


38 Horror Movies You Can Watch On Netflix Right Now For The Ultimate Spooky Summer


Some jobs off of Craigslist are creepier than others. (See what I did there?)

The Houses October Built

When a “set up” haunted house becomes actually scarier than a “real” haunted house, you know shit’s going down. 1,053 more words

A Bunch Of Patriotic-ish Movies You Can Stream If You’re Stuck Indoors This July 4th

For many people, this Fourth of July weekend is sure to be a busy one — Parades! Picnics! Parties! But when the fireworks have all stopped and you’ve been rendered immobile after consuming too many grilled things — or if you just need a few hours to not talk to your family and friends — you can still get into the spirit of the weekend with some movies. 928 more words

Facebook Has Come to Save Us From Bad Netflix Recommendations

Facebook is already the center of your social life online. Now it wants to hijack your Netflix queue.

The site opened its Messenger platform to developers in April, and chatbots have been released at a steady clip since then. 706 more words