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“You can’t kill the boogeyman!” John Carpenter’s movie HALLOWEEN had its premiere in the U.S on October 31st 1978. Although touched upon in smaller cult movies such as ‘Peeping Tom’, the components and themes used by HALLOWEEN ...

 
 
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Christopher Nolan’s film Dunkirk was much anticipated by fans and critics alike. Dunkirk was Nolan’s first film since 2014’s Interstellar and was a departure from his previous excursions. It was the first Nolan movie to b...

 
 
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Even as children, most of us have a perverse interest in the gruesome. No matter how shocked we might profess to be regarding the explicit nature of current video games and movies, this inclination is not something new to moder...

 
 
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After the big studio revival of the 1980s, new film-makers again decided to take up their cameras and make unique films on a small budget. In consequence, the 1990s proved to be a fertile time for independent cinema and led to ...

 
 
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Fresh from a trip to Mozart’s house in Vienna, I thought it would be interesting, once I returned to London, to revisit the acclaimed movie Amadeus, made in the 1980s. The story goes that when Milos Forman, the Czech-born direc...

 
 
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  “Some of our most exquisite murders have been domestic, performed with tenderness in simple, homey places like the kitchen table.” – Alfred Hitchcock   Several archetypal situations repeat themselves in...