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The 50 Greatest Cult Movies of All Time

The 50 Greatest Cult Movies of All Time

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Princess Mononoke Princess Mononoke is a period drama set in the late Muromachi period (approximately 1337 to 1573) of Japan, but with fantasy elements. The story follows the young Emishi warrior Ashitaka's involvement in the struggle between the supernatural guardians of a forest and the humans who consume its resources.[2] The term "Mononoke" (物の怪 or もののけ?) is not a name, but a general term in the Japanese language for a spirit or monster; a closer rendering of the title into English would be "The Mononoke Princess" or "The Spirit Princess". Princess Mononoke was first released in Japan on July 12, 1997, and in the United States on October 29, 1999. Plot[edit] In Muromachi period Japan, an Emishi village is attacked by a demon (祟り神, tatari-gami?). Soon after, San infiltrates Irontown to kill Eboshi, but Ashitaka intervenes, knocking them both unconscious. Meanwhile, a large clan of boars, led by the blind boar-god Okkoto (Okkotonushi) attack Irontown to save the forest. Cast[edit] Production[edit]

The Best Horror Movies of 2011 [The Top 10 Released and Top 5 Unreleased] 2011 was a really shitty year for horror. There’s no reason to dance around it; it just sucked. Sure, some good movies managed to find release, but not nearly enough. You know it’s been a bad 12 months of genre when it’s a struggle to assemble a Top 10 filled with films that leave any kind of a significant mark– and even then, several are just unreleased films from 2010. But such is the genre these days… The Best Horror Movies of 2011 10. The latest from May director Lucky McKee isn’t for everyone. 9. I’ve taken a lot of flak for defending the hell out of Fright Night, but I’ll take everything the haters have got if it means at least one more person gives this smart, unique remake a shot. 8. Seconds Apart is the most interesting flick After Dark Horror films has ever been involved with. 7. 6. Jee-woon Kim’s I Saw the Devil is one of the most brutal movies you’ll see this or any year. 5. It’s a shame that Undocumented didn’t become the hit it deserved. 4. 3. 2. 1. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. 5. 4. 3.

The Web's Best Sandwich Recipes Few foods allow for such creativity as the humble sandwich. By definition, it’s just bread and . . . stuff. PB & J on white? Grilled Cheese and Short Rib Sandwiches Unfortunately, you can’t put this guy together during the opening credits of a movie like a lot of sandwiches. Soft-Crab Sandwich This sandwich is all about the crab. Thanksgiving Leftovers Club Sandwich Some people say Thanksgiving is the best food day of the year. Coffee Bacon Sandwiches We’re very aware that bacon goes well with anything. Orange Barbecue Pulled Pork Sandwich Whenever we lay eyes on a beautiful pork shoulder, our primal response is, “We gotta rip that sucker apart and devour it NOW.” French Onion Grilled Cheese Sandwich It’s like French onion soup but portable! BBQ Cabbage & Sausage Stuffed Sandwiches A sandwich doesn’t have to be two slices of bread, it can be open-faced, have a third slice in the middle or, in this case, resemble a Hot Pocket. Chorizo Breakfast Sandwich With Sage Pesto California Sandwich

My Fair Lady (1964) - Articles My Fair Lady (1964) Phonetics professor Henry Higgins bets a colleague, Colonel Pickering, that he can transform Eliza Doolittle, a Cockney street vendor, into a duchess simply by teaching her to speak proper English. Pickering accepts the wager and Eliza agrees to the challenge because she desires to improve her station in life. Director: George CukorProducer: Jack L. Why MY FAIR LADY is Essential In 1964, for one of the few times in his career, Warner Bros. studio head Jack Warner personally produced a film - My Fair Lady. Warner had fallen in love with the musical version of George Bernard Shaw's classic Pygmalion when he had seen its New York opening in 1956. The latter was hardly an issue given the time lavished on assembling just the right production package. For Henry Higgins, the stage's most famous phonetician, he originally sought Cary Grant. In casting the female lead, however, Warner was intransigent. Beaton's costumes for the stage show were already legendary. back to top

L.A. Zombie L.A. Zombie is a 2010 queer cinema zombie film written and directed by Bruce LaBruce.[2] It premiered in competition at Locarno International Film Festival in Switzerland in 2010. The film exists in two versions, an hour-long one that was showcased at various festivals and theatres, and a one-hundred and three minute hardcore cut released on DVD. Plot[edit] An extraterrestrial zombie (who may just be a schizophrenic vagrant, and whose appearance constantly shifts between that of a corpse, a tusked beast with irregular genitals, and a normal man) emerges from the sea, and begins making its way to Los Angeles. The zombie reaches Los Angeles, and after perusing shopping carts full of discarded objects, ventures to the L.A. The zombie steals some clothing, and finds the dumped body of a gang member who was shot in the head. Cast[edit] Production[edit] Release[edit] On January 30, 2010, the film had a sneak preview at the Peres Project Exhibit in Berlin, Germany as part of the show L.A. L.A.

100 Horror Films Not to Miss! & Fangoria Frightfest So horror junkies lets get injected with the best nail biting films out there! 100. They Live (1988, Directed by John Carpenter) 99. Hostel (2005, Written and Directed by Eli Roth) 98. 97. 96. 95. 94. 93. 92. 91. 90. 89. 88. 87. 86. 85. 84. 83. 82. 81. 80. 79. 78. 77. 76. 75. 74. 73. 72. 71. 70. 69. 68. 67. 66. 65. 64. 63. 62. 61. 60. 59. 58. 57. 56. 55. 54. 53. 52. 51. 50. 49. 48. 47. 46. 45. 44. 43. 42. 41. 40. 39. 38. 37. 36. 35. 34. 33. 28 Days Later (2002, Directed by Danny Boyle) 32. 31. 30. 29. 28. 27. 26. 25. 24. 23. 22. 21. 20. 19. 18. 17. 16. 15. 14. 13. 12. 11. 10. 9. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1.

5 World Changing Decisions (Made for Ridiculous Reasons) Rome wasn't built by accident, and Hitler didn't decide to invade Poland on the flip of a coin. Society is shaped by powerful men with a vision, for better or worse. Well, mostly. As it turns out, some of the most important changes in pop culture and world history have turned on some guy shrugging and saying, "screw it." The Mayflower Lands at Plymouth Rock for a Beer Run Everyone knows the Pilgrims settled in Plymouth because they were searching for a place that would let them practice religious freedom (and that wasn't the Netherlands). The Arbitrary Reason: Actually, it was about beer. "It's not beer, it's just a rock!" The more standard story is that the bad weather made navigation almost impossible and people were getting sick, so they had to stop somewhere. "We could not take time for further search or consideration, our victuals being much spent, especially our beer" -The First Goddamn Americans (1622) The World-Changing Consequences: As did their obsession with beer. November 4, 1990.

Ten Anime Series You Should See Before You Die First off I’d just like to say a huge thank you to everyone that read my list of ten anime films you should see before you die—the response has been phenomenal—not just the number of people who read it, but also those who took the time out to get involved in the following discussion. Some people loved my selections, some people thought I was well off the mark, but it was clear that there was no way I was going to be able to avoid putting together another list, this time of TV series. It has been a far harder list to compile. Not only because of the vast selection to choose from, but also because I knew from the start that I would be leaving out some shows that a lot of people hold very dear. As such, I hope that at least some of you will read the next paragraph first before scrolling down the list to see what is missing and getting upset. Cowboy Bebop (1998) - 26 episodes Paranoia Agent (2004) - 13 episodes Gunslinger Girl (2003) - 13 episodes Future Boy Conan (1978) - 26 episodes

'Avatar' Is Horribly Written, Way Too Long, Totally Worth It I'm Going to See Avatar. What do I need to know? #1. #2. #3. Uh... what? Yeah. So, he finally did it. Nope! Oh god... --and then the film becomes a bugfuck-insane adaptation of Dances With Wolves. OK, you're fucking with me, right? Again, no. Jake is asked to infiltrate the tribe living in a giant tree directly above their Unobtanium haul. Jake is more than happy to do so, mostly because he's a dumbass, but also because it means he gets to inhabit an Avatar: A cloned body of a Na'vi that he can operate from inside a tanning bed. While Jake's in the jungles of Pandora, a giant space-panther almost eats him, but he's saved by a Na'vi girl named Ney'tiri ... Oh Goddamnit, when will somebody stop letting James Cameron make up words? Not this year, apparently. This is not appreciated by the company's military leader, a man so masculine that just looking at him makes Nick Fury's third eye cry. Fuck politics. And how, motherfucker. Right. So I'm watching James Cameron's brain explode for 3 hours?

The 15 Best Miramax Films Today, the indie world and the film world at large lost a giant in the field, watching Disney close the doors and turn the lights off on Miramax. As sad a day like today is, and as uncertain as the future is, we can still hold on to the memories. Most of them are now on Blu-ray. Without further tears in our eyes, we’d like to remember Miramax for their 15 Best Films. If you’re like me and Rob Hunter, your rental queue is already full. 15. The Pitch: Even if Rob Hunter doesn’t think Larry Clark’s harsh film about drug and sexual abandon amongst the youth in NYC is well acted, he’s wrong, and the movie is brilliant and challenging. 14. The Pitch: You probably haven’t seen this odd and creepy little flick, but if you have consider yourself one of the lucky few. 13. The Pitch: This film is mostly known for its twist, which is a shame, because the entire film is a thing of beauty. 12. The Pitch: This is the movie that put director Atom Egoyan on the map. 11.

Robert Zemeckis Early life[edit] Zemeckis was born in Chicago, Illinois,[1] the son of Rose (née Nespeca) and Alphonse Zemeckis.[5] His father was Lithuanian American and his mother was Italian American. Zemeckis grew up on the south side of the city.[6] He attended a Roman Catholic grade school.[7] Zemeckis has said that "the truth was that in my family there was no art. I mean, there was no music, there were no books, there was no theater....The only thing I had that was inspirational, was television--and it actually was His parents disapproved of the idea, Zemeckis later said, "But only in the sense that they were concerned....for my family and my friends and the world that I grew up in, this was the kind of dream that really was impossible. USC education and early films[edit] Zemeckis applied only to University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts, and went into the Film School on the strength of an essay and a music video based on a Beatles song.

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