Ingmar Bergman’s “Winter Light” was an inspiration on Paul Schrader’s “First Reformed.” Blogger Chad Hoolihan summarizes where the films converge and diverge.
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Join Flickchart as we don a hockey mask and rank the iconic Friday the 13th slasher franchise!
Two infamously extreme films blur the lines between audience and participant, creator and subject.
These popular horror films have some surprising similarities, and a similar win ratio on Flickchart.
Dog Day Afternoon was a masterpiece of 70s cinema. Could it be remade today?
The movie poster, the year, and the cast trick us into thinking The Wraith is just another cheesy 80s flick. In reality it is something much more perplexing.
200,000 Flickcharters Worldwide Rank Movies 18 Million Times to Find The 20 Best-Loved Films of 2016
2016 has finally come to a close and we’ve compiled a snapshot of what you – the Flickcharters – have currently ranked as the best films of 2016. See if your favorites made the cut!
Finishing off the TCM Festival with a couple more rarities and unique programs, but also some beloved favorites – Fred Astaire musicals and John Wayne westerns.
Continuing with Kubrick Week, we have two movies about men who lose their minds after being cooped up – Bad Boy Bubby vs. The Shining.
This week we’ll be doing matchups featuring the work of director Stanley Kubrick. Let’s commence with a bit of the old ultra-violence – A Clockwork Orange vs. Scarface.