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The Flickchart bloggers remember the VHS tapes and late-night HBO lineups that shaped their movie tastes, for better or worse.
Could the 1971 dark comedy counterculture classic HAROLD AND MAUDE be remade successfully? Here’s how it could work.
It’s February 29th. Only happens once every four years. It’s a weird day.
Let’s look at an obscure, horror double-feature flashback. Let’s get weird.
Pioneering zombie film director George Romero and pioneering female director Ida Lupino were born on this date.
Not by coincidence, Akira Kurosawa’s DREAMS marries his deepest fears with his love of things that come from the sky. Take a closer look at the way life and death are partnered with rain, snow, fog, flower petals, and birds in one of the great director’s final films.
In Six Degrees of Separation, we take two films and connect them through directors, actors, and characters using six or less connections. This edition jumps between two Oscar nominees: The Grand Budapest Hotel and American Sniper. Can you connect them in less than six?
Welcome to the latest installment of Flickchart Road Trip, in which I’m starting in Los Angeles and “driving” across country, watching one movie from each state and posting about it once a week. The new...
Watch the horrific red-band trailer for the remake of EVIL DEAD, directed by relative newcomer Fede Alvarez… “In the much anticipated remake of the 1981 cult-hit horror film, five twenty-something friends become holed up in...
Who gets the movies in the divorce? A very personal look at how the relationships we have with others become inseparably tied to the movies we love.