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Watch 'Goodnight Mommy,' Bone Tomahawk' and More on Hulu and Amazon Prime Next Year

21 December 2015 12:37 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

December is drawing to a close, which means that winter is officially here, Christmas is just a few days away, and New Years is soon to follow. That also means a new wave of titles will be released via streaming services starting in January, making classic films and some of the year's best indies available with just a few clicks. We've rounded up the best titles from Hulu and Amazon Prime to help you usher in the new year. Read More: Here's Where You Can Watch the Best Films of the Year Hulu:Available January 1: "Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water" (2015)"52 Pick-Up" (1986)"Guns Of The Magnificent Seven" (1969)"Larger Than Life" (1996)"Mighty Fine" (2012)"Mission: Impossible" (1996)"Planes, Trains and Automobiles" (1987)"Scrooged" (1998)"Bad Influence" (1990)"Beverly Hills Cop II" (1987)"Breakfast at Tiffany's" (1961)"The Broken" (2008)"Catch-22" »

- Wil Barlow

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The Hunger |Blu-ray Review

25 August 2015 11:00 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Roundly dismissed upon its release by critics in 1983, Tony Scott’s classy, stylish art-house vampire film The Hunger arrives on Blu-ray as a demure addition to the Warner Bros. Archive Collection. A notable cult item still lacking of a deserving reappraisal for its significant merits, the film has long languished in obscurity with the exception of its references to the explicit lesbian sex scene shared between Catherine Deneuve and Susan Sarandon (featured in a first-wave resurgence of interest in Lgbt cinematic themes with the documentary version of Vito Russo’s The Celluloid Closet, 1991). It represents one of three cinematic adaptations from horror writer Whitley Streiber, following the also forgotten Wolfen (1981), starring Albert Finney.

Miriam Blaylock (Deneuve) is an ancient yet breathtakingly beautiful vampire. Her lover of the past three centuries, John (David Bowie) has suddenly begun to age and decay, apparently something that has eventually happened to all of her past lovers, »

- Nicholas Bell

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Leonard Nimoy 1931-2015: 6 non-Star Trek career highlights

27 February 2015 1:22 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Leonard Nimoy became an icon of science fiction in the 1960s for his timeless role in Star Trek as the Enterprise's chief science officer Mr Spock – a character he would play on and off for more than 45 years.

While Nimoy will always be best remembered for his work on the Star Trek television shows and movies, he also had an incredibly varied career as an accomplished writer, director, musician and photographer.

In celebration of Nimoy's life and legacy, we look back at six career highlights aside from his work in the Star Trek franchise.

1. Mission: Impossible (1969–71)

Nimoy became a household name in the pioneering science fiction series Star Trek, but even early on he sought to make his career choices as diverse as possible.

Following on the heels of Star Trek's shocking cancellation, Nimoy was cast in Mission: Impossible, another highly influential 1960s television series.

Nimoy became a viewer »

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Few No. 1 Billboard Hits Win Big at the Oscars

22 January 2015 6:48 AM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Anjelica Oswald

Managing Editor 

From the 79 original songs on the Oscar shortlist, five were nominated a week ago on Jan. 15: “Everything Is Awesome” from The Lego Movie, “Glory” from Selma, “Grateful” from Beyond the Lights, “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” from Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me and “Lost Stars” from Begin Again.

Following a recent trend, none of the nominees have made it to the top of the BIllboard Hot 100 chart, which tracks the success of  singles by looking at radio play, online streaming and sales.

Following the announcement of the nominations, “Glory” made its debut at No. 25 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart dated Jan. 31 and is currently No. 92 on the Billboard Hot 100.

When “Everything Was Awesome” debuted in January 2014, the song debuted at No. 7 on the Dance/Electronic Songs chart and peaked at No. 57 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

“Lost Stars »

- Anjelica Oswald

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