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New Movies Streaming on Netflix Instant Watch: August 1st – 7th

New to Netflix Streaming On Monday August 1st: The Dirty Dozen (Nr | 1967)

Flickchart Ranking: #392

Times Ranked: 20571

Win Percentage: 46%

How Many Top-20′s: 34 Users


Directed By: Robert Aldrich

Starring: Charles BronsonJim BrownJohn CassavetesRichard JaeckelRobert Ryan

Genres: Adventure • Ensemble Film • War • War Adventure

Studios/Franchises: AFI’s 100 Years…100 Thrills

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Lethal Weapon (R | 1987)

Flickchart Ranking: #477

Times Ranked: 187567

Win Percentage: 46%

How Many Top-20′s: 756 Users


Directed By: Richard Donner

Starring: Gary BuseyMel GibsonDanny Glover

Genres: Action • Action Thriller • Police Detective Film • Odd Couple Film • Holiday Film

Studios/Franchises: Lethal Weapon

Lethal Weapon 2 is also available to stream.

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The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (PG | 1970)

Flickchart Ranking: #4976

Times Ranked: 1337

Win Percentage: 54%

How Many Top-20′s: 0 Users


Directed By: Billy Wilder

Starring: Robert StephensColin BlakelyTamara ToumanovaChristopher LeeGeneviève Page

Genres: Detective Film • Mystery • Romance • Romantic Mystery

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Spaceballs (PG | 1987)

Flickchart Ranking: #493

Times Ranked: 233515

Win Percentage: 45%

How Many
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DVD Review: The Inheritance

The Inheritance is an urban horror movie that follows five cousins, Karen (Golden Brooks), Henry (D.B. Woodside), Tyrone (Darrin Dewitt Henson), Lily (Rochelle Aytes), and Simpson (Shawn Michael Howard) on a “family reunion” type gathering to find out about their inheritance they will be receiving. Naturally it’s a horror movie so things start to go wrong for them after they arrive at the house, in the dead of winter and in the middle of nowhere. They find out things about their ancestors that they end up wishing would have just stayed a secret.

Their uncle Melvin (Keith David) plays host to the small group, there’s a party, people getting hammered and some begin to die. We see some crazy tribal shadows appear at times which are really creepy at times. Blood gets splattered and like I said before, more people die. Other relatives also show up and stories
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Interviews and Photos from the Pan African Film Fest Premiere of The Inheritance

Dread hit the Los Angeles premiere of director Robert O’Hara’s Gothic horror-thriller The Inheritance this past Friday night at the Culver Plaza Theatre and brought back exclusive interviews with the film’s vivacious producer Effie T. Brown as well as with the feature’s star Keith David (John Carpenter’s The Thing).

Debuting as part of the Pan African Film Festival (the flick has scored awards at several film fests, including ‘Winner of Grand Jury Prize for Best Actor’ at 2010’s American Black Film Fest), The Inheritance bows to DVD and Blu-ray on April 12, 2011 from One Village Entertainment.

Speaking with Dread, producer Brown said of the sway (as indicated in the press notes) of The Shining and Rosemary’s Baby on her film (which revolves around five ambitious cousins who gather at their family’s homestead to claim an inheritance, only to find themselves thrust into a world of terrifying rituals,
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'Cape' star Keith David at 'The Inheritance' screening

NBC "The Cape" star Keith David will be at the Pan-African Film Festival premiere of the Award-winning thriller, "The Inheritance." On Friday, February 18, 2011, the all-star screening will be held at the Culver Plaza Theatre, the Wells Fargo Screen (Theater 5) in Culver City, CA Actor Keith David, Shawn Michael Howard and Lanre Idewu, Producer Effie T. Brown and many more notables will be in attendance. The film features five ambitious cousins who gather at a family homestead to claim an inheritance. They are thrust into a terrifying world of rituals, trances and demonic possessions as they compete for their share of a mysterious family fortune in One Village Entertainment.s gothic thriller. In the tradition
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