Flickchart’s Top 10 for 1957 is one of the most diverse years on record, with classics from the USA, England, Japan, Sweden, and Italy. How many have you seen?
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We make two stops in the Flickchart Time Machine, heading all the way back to 1897 and 1907 in search of the treasures of very early cinema.
King’s clown horror epic is back on the big screen – just how terrifying is it?
“Valerian” and “Rogue One” illuminate the current state of science fiction and help us consider the purpose of science fiction in general.
Our trip through this year’s decadal anniversaries continues with Flickchart’s Top 10 films of 1987!
Martin Landau brought a unique gravel-throated intensity to every conceivable genre and medium. He will be sorely missed.
July is well underway, but it’s not too late to tune in for TCM’s tribute to Hitchcock and many other famous and obscure classics to help round out your Flickchart!
The Stephen King Book to Screen Blog Series roars back with two automotive horror adaptations!
You know you’re a hero and that the world is not dull as it seems. So do these ten films.
“It’s *not* me! Why does everyone always think it’s personal?”