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

Not all are from war movies or even war scenes, but a lot of the clips from this heroic sacrifices in movies supercut are definitely Memorial Day worthy:

This montage highlights the most memorable military deaths in movies, in tribute to the real soldiers who’ve died in service:

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George Romero

Horror icon and zombie-film legend George Romero turned 75 yesterday, so there’s no better time to celebrate the rich and varied career of one of America’s most beloved maverick filmmakers than with a retrospective of his work. However, instead of pointing out the obvious films everyone’s likely to watch this week (the Dead movies), I thought it would… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: Celebrate George Romero's 75th Birthday with These Non-'Living Dead' Films

You are alone. You are trapped. Maybe you’re sharing this limited space with something malevolent. It sounds like you might be in a claustrophobic horror film. Unfortunately for you, these types of situations don’t usually end well for those involved, as many of the following claustrophobic horror films prove. Sorry about your bad luck!… Continue reading Death in Tight Spaces: The Best Claustrophobic Horror Films

The X-Men are one of Marvel Comics’ most iconic brands and well after the film series almost seemingly killed itself with misguided entries like 2006’s X-Men: The Last Stand and 2009’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine, the ship was righted in a big way this year with the release of X-Men: Days of Future Past. If you stayed until the end of the credits, you saw what awaits the Mutant… Continue reading Comics on Film: 5 X-Men Villains That Should Appear in Future Films

When most people want to watch a movie online, they turn to popular streaming service Netflix. But for the cineaste looking for something different, there are a number of companies who offer an alternative to Netflix’s plethora of blockbusters and reality television shows. Video-on-demand websites like Mubi or Fandor offer a dazzling array of art house fare and international cinema. Company Vyer