Picking films from the same Openculture list that was used in the previous article, here’s another set of flicks that you could find interesting. Last time, I saw people get a little bit upset about my using of the word “rare” – what I meant was, “movies you can’t really
I have my own personal reasons for thinking that Courtney Love has no love in her and is an outright fame freak money hungry no talented liar. From afar, when I saw that Kurt fell for her, I knew that this act would be his undoing – and it was.
The Star Wars trilogy, while thrilling, does lack a certain artistic creepiness – but I didn’t realize this until I watched “David Lynch’s Return of the Jedi” put together by C-SPIT. Back story – apparently, George Lucas did indeed approach Lynch about directing the last installment of Star Wars, but
In the Mouth of Madness is a movie from 1994, straight out of the tortuous mind of John Carpenter, the man that brought you Escape From New York and They Live, but mostly known for sweet, creepy, SF like The Thing or Dark Star and big names of the horror
I don’t know about you, but Guillermo del Toro’sThe world is a cruel place. Pan’s Labyrinth is a film that I can watch over and over. I look forward to watching this movie with my daughter soon, but in the meantime you can peep it below! Pan’s Labyrinth (2006) With English
You could call this just another coming of age movie about young black males growing up in the inner city, but Juice is way more than that…All of the cast give spot on performances, but Tupac steals the film with his dark portrayal of a maniac. It’s now time to peep
A few months ago, the awesome website Open Culture released a list of over 700 rare pieces of cinematography, and streaming completely free. A lot of old classic films were shown, as well as short films, silent films, documentaries etc. I won’t put an exhaustive list here, but just so
It’s now time to check out this brutal cult classic: CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST!