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Dario Argento’s seminal Italian horror film Suspiria turned 38 last week and that seems like as good a time as any for me to wax poetic about one of my all-time favorite horror films. So, join me in celebrating one of the greatest horror films ever made.

While Deep Red may be the film that signals the birth of Dario Argento as… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: Celebrating the Cinema of Nightmares That Is 'Suspiria'

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

Filmmaking Lesson of the Day:

Frame by Frame shows us how to shoot a subjective drug trip sequence like the one in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas:

Vintage Image of the Day:

Alfred Hitchcock, who was born on this date in 1899, is either being fed some birthday cake by Doris

There’s been a lot of talk about the Batmobile lately with Zack Snyder and the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice team releasing the first official image of the Dark Knight’s redesigned ride for the 2016 film. Everyone seems to have an opinion on the new look for Batman’s ride, and that shouldn’t be a surprise – after all, it’s one of the most… Continue reading The Geek Beat: Celebrating the Most Iconic Cars (and One Motorcycle) from Geeky Movies

This week, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” the movie that launched the Disney empire, celebrated its 75th anniversary. Over the years, it has amassed millions of fans, plenty of interesting trivia and inspired generations of artists to pay tribute to it.

Moviefone celebrates the birthdays of Snow White, Dopey, Grumpy and the rest of the gang, by showcasing the coolest, most creative “Snow White” fan art you’ve ever seen. From… Continue reading 'Snow White' 75th Anniversary Art: Illustrations Celebrating the Disney Classic (PHOTOS)

As the country aptly celebrates the second inauguration of President Barack Obama on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has a run down of the man who paved the way for so many African Americans after him.

1. Born in Atlanta, Georgia  on January 15, 1929, the ‘M’ in MLK originally stood for Michael, but when his reverend father changed his own name to Martin in honor… Continue reading Celebrating MLK Day, Seven Things You Didn’t Know About Martin Luther King Jr.