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My Year of Movies: Visualized

30 December 2011 11:51 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

This past week, I've posted five lists looking back at the movies and movie ads of 2011.  I didn't really have to dig through a year's worth of articles because I kept a list of everything I found noteworthy.  This year, I also kept a movie journal and made a record of every time I watched a feature-length film.  Then I took an image or a slice of an image from each movie and put them into a collage.  I feel pretty proud to have stuck with this project for 365 days (or if you want to be absolutely obnoxious about it, 363 days), and I'd like to share it with all of you. After the jump, you'll find two different collages and then the list of 368 movies I saw (not 368 different movies because I watched some flicks twice; I probably watched around 350 different films).  I hope you like it. [Because the collages count viewings and not different movies, some films have more than one image] Here's the really »

- Matt Goldberg

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New at Tfh: Joe Dante on The Ballad Of Cable Hogue!

13 September 2011 2:15 PM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Peckinpah!

“He found water where it wasn’t”. Hardly seen even in its day, this is yet another troubled Sam Peckinpah project which nonetheless emerged as a lyrical, deeply personal western love story that stands with the very best of his work. Its failure led the director to consider abandoning westerns once and for all. Although she and Peckinpah fought throughout, it features Stella Stevens’ finest performance, which she had hoped would lead to stardom.

 

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Week 211: Bloody Sam!

12 September 2011 10:53 AM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Peckinpah! Peckinpah! Peckinpah!

On Monday, September 12, join Joe Dante for the trailer to the Ballad of Cable Hogue.

“He found water where it wasn’t”. Hardly seen even in its day, this is yet another troubled Sam Peckinpah project which nonetheless emerged as a lyrical, deeply personal western love story that stands with the very best of his work. Its failure led the director to consider abandoning westerns once and for all. Although she and Peckinpah fought throughout, it features Stella Stevens’ finest performance, which she had hoped would lead to stardom.

On Wednesday, September 14, join Josh Olson for the trailer to Cross of Iron.

Compromised by a dwindling budget and production Euro-chaos, Peckinpah was not completely satisfied with this Ww II story of a German unit at the Russian front in 1943. The climax was literally improvised by James Coburn and Maximillian Schell when the money ran out. But Peckinpah »

- Danny

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Steven R. Monroe Talks the Aftermath of I Spit on Your Grave and More!

18 March 2011 11:16 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

At a time when remakes – like them or not – are status quo for the movie industry, few films achieve a level of being anywhere near as good as their originals. This is especially true for the horror genre. After so many still-births and disappointments (Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street, Last House on the Left, to name but a few), fans have longed for someone to take a beloved film from the past and improve it, updating it to fit a more modern sensibility. Many have tried… most fail.

Enter director Steven R. Monroe and his re-imagining of the exploitation classic I Spit On Your Grave (review here) (Blu-ray/DVD review here). Long whispered about by fans as a cornerstone of late ’70s grindhouse fare, I Spit On Your Grave is admittedly a tough row to hoe. The film tells the story of a woman living alone in a »

- Carnell

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Netflix Nuggets: Naked Whites Enter the Dogtooth Ballad

26 January 2011 7:00 PM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Netflix Nuggets is my way of spreading the word about what I consider to be the greatest thing since sliced bread… Netflix streaming movies instantly to your computer and/or compatible home theater. As Netflix makes movies titles available in their already vast and eclectic catalog of rentals via online streaming technology, I’ll spotlight the one’s I feel are worth taking note of as they become available.

In this, the first edition of Netflix Nuggets, we’ll feature five films; two brand new and wildly unique foreign films, one new documentary, and two classics from master filmmakers.

The Ballad Of Cable Hogue (1970)

[streaming of Ballad Of Cable Hogue available only until 1/31/2011]

Director: Sam Peckinpah

Synopsis: Abandoned in the desert, prospector Cable Hogue survives his ordeal when he discovers a freshwater spring. Transforming the oasis into a much needed pit stop on the local stagecoach route, the resourceful Hogue sits back to wait for his double-crossing former partners. »

- Movie Geeks

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