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How Hammer Got Its Scare Back

8 April 2014 4:30 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

It has been dismissed over the years as cheesy, cheap and laughable but, as has been the case on many occasions, Hammer Films have had the last laugh. They boast a back-catalogue that is to horror movies what The Rolling Stones’ discography is to rock music. Fifty-nine years after the release of their first horror movie proper (The Quatermass Xperiment), Hammer’s films have survived scrutiny and re-evaluation and have now attained National Treasure status. Moreover, in terms of sheer importance, the Hammer films were some of the most influential of the past half-century. The ripple-effect of their imitators cashing in on their success would beget the careers of some of the biggest names in Hollywood today.

And yet since 1984 Hammer has been a dormant entity, existing only in the memory: a pile of ashes, a cape and a signet ring waiting to be reanimated by the crimson, jugular discharge of some poor, »

- Cai Ross

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Martin Scorsese looks at the changing face of Oscar season over four decades

25 February 2014 7:20 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

For years, the Oscars and Martin Scorsese just didn't seem to jibe. His films didn't resonate with that crowd. Maybe it was because he was an outsider. Maybe it was because he didn't trade in the breed of films that typically found footing with the Academy. Whatever the case, it became, for decades, a consistent note: How does Martin Scorsese not have an Oscar? Things began to change nearly three decades into his career. Until 2002, a Scorsese film registering with the group was not nearly the consistent occurrence it is today. Yet since "Gangs of New York," four of his last five films Have received Best Picture nominations and he finds himself a perennial fixture on the Oscar circuit, a circuit he has seen change drastically over the course of his career. With Oscar voting drawing to a close, I spoke with Scorsese recently about that very phenomenon, how zealous »

- Kristopher Tapley

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Video Tribute for Director Martin Scorsese

28 January 2014 10:30 AM, PST | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

Martin Scorsese is one of the greatest filmmakers of all time. The guy has made a ton of incredible films over the course of his career. Here's a great video tribute for the director that was edited together by Jo Causse.

I've included a full list of the films that Scorsese has directed. What are some of your favorites? 

2013 The Wolf of Wall Street 

2011 Hugo

2010 Shutter Island

2006 The Departed

2004 The Aviator

2002 Gangs of New York

1999 Bringing Out the Dead

1997 Kundun

1995 Casino

1993 The Age of Innocence

1991 Cape Fear

1990 Goodfellas

1988 The Last Temptation of Christ

1986 The Color of Money

1985 After Hours

1982 The King of Comedy

1980 Raging Bull

1977 New York, New York

1976 Taxi Driver

1974 Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore

1973 Mean Streets

1972 Boxcar Bertha

1967 Who's That Knocking at My Door »

- Joey Paur

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Martin Scorsese jukebox: Wolf of Wall Street director's best music scenes

11 January 2014 1:30 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Martin Scorsese's latest movie The Wolf of Wall Street hits the big screen next week, and if you can look past the controversy you'll find a fast, funny and hugely entertaining look into the lives of some very bad men.

Naturally, The Wolf of Wall Street boasts a killer soundtrack with Foo Fighters, Cypress Hill, Devo and Bo Diddly among the many artists backing the stockbroker mayhem.

The heralded filmmaker has always had a keen eye (and ear) for marrying image to music, so with Wolf of Wall Street poised to open on Friday (January 17) in the UK, Digital Spy takes a look at 8 great uses of pop songs in Scorsese's career.

The Ronettes - 'Be My Baby' (Mean Streets)

Mean Streets wasn't the first film Scorsese directed (it followed Who's That Knocking at My Door? and Boxcar Bertha), but for many it signalled his arrival as a top-tier filmmaker. »

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