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10 Great Cult Movies From the 1980s

The “cult movie” phenomenon began in the 1970s. Although the definition today has changed somewhat from the Oxford Dictionary’s “enduring appeal to a relatively small audience,” applying “cult classic” or “cult movie” to a film lends it a certain cultural value. The 1980s was something of a golden age for cult cinema, though every decade […]

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10 Great Erotic Horror Movies (Part 2)

Horror movies have long been associated with chills, but there is another primal force at the genre’s heart: sex. As censorship concerns abated in the 1960s, filmmakers were able to confront and explore striking sexual themes in their horror movies, without worrying too much about it. Fear of death is one of the two pillars […]

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10 Best Films From BFI London Film Festival 2018

The BFI London Film Festival 2018 provided plenty of movies to savour and enjoy, with programmers boldly ensuring female directors were well represented in the line-up. In Tricia Tuttle’s first year as festival director, the opportunity presented itself to tackle the media debate surrounding female representation and make the programme even and diverse. There are […]

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The 10 Best Movies From FrightFest 2018

One of the world’s leading genre festivals, “Arrow Video FrightFest” kicked off this year with “The Ranger” by Jenn Wexler, the first female-directed movie to open FrightFest in its illustrious—and gory—19-year history. The programme (as ever) is a rich and varied assortment of brand names, discoveries and the occasional classic revisited (the iconic “Halloween” screened […]

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10 Extraordinary Banned Horror Movies You Have To See

Horror movies have always sort to push the boundaries of taste and decency. Since the birth of the genre proper, in the 1930s, select titles have proven a challenge to censorship boards and morality groups, who champion clean and wholesome entertainment. Can horror movies corrupt young minds? Can horror movies turn audiences into drooling maniacs? […]

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10 Beautiful Films for Photography Fans

Cinematography attempts to capture, replicate and reveal to the audience, the images inside a director’s head. It is not just about making pretty pictures for the eyes to savour. Today, the cinematographer can be a star asset to a film as any actor or director. Names such as Gregg Toland, Peter Deming, Vilmos Zsigmond and […]

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10 Best Films of 2018 … So Far

Upon the year’s midpoint, here’s Scene360’s roundup of 2018’s best films so far. The biggest film event of the year so far wasn’t “Avengers: Infinity War” or “The Great Showman” proving a surprising box-office juggernaut in the face of bad reviews, it’s “Annihilation” being sold to Netflix and bypassing theatrical release internationally. A movie of […]

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The 10 Best Movies From Cannes 2018

The 71st edition of “Festival de Cannes” will go down as a truly vintage year. Cannes 2018 offered a wide variety of exciting and high-quality world cinema, so much that it bordered on an embarrassment of riches. Many of the big-name movie stars and directors stayed away from the Croisette, but in return we got […]

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10 Horror Movies You Should See in 2018

The horror genre is experiencing an immense popularity, at the moment, thanks to several breakout indie movies and studio-backed hits. The horror genre has always been consistently popular among fans but it occasionally breaks out into the mainstream and is embraced by general audiences. Thanks to such recent hits as the Oscar-winning “Get Out” and […]

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10 Movies You Should See in 2018

It’s Scene 360’s annual rundown of films we’re looking forward to in 2018. The year has begun strongly, with brilliant films such as “Downsizing,” “Phantom Thread,” “The Shape of Water” and “I, Tonya” all impressing, while critically mauled efforts such as “Mute” and “Red Sparrow” were far better than reviews suggested. As ever, it’s tough […]