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7 Best Episodes of Supernatural

Supernatural recently ended after a tremendous 15 year run, and fans everywhere instantly became nostalgic of the early episodes. Many took to social media stating that they are starting from the beginning and re-watching the entire run just to get more of the Winchester brothers. Few shows have created a fan

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Cyrano De Bergerac (1950)

In seventeenth-century Paris, poet and supreme swordsman Cyrano de Bergerac (José Ferrer) stops a play from being shown because he ostensibly cannot stand the bombastic style of the principal actor, Montfleury (Arthur Blake). An annoyed aristocratic fop, the Vicomte de Valvert (Albert Cavens), provokes him into a duel by tritely insulting Cyrano’s enormous nose. Cyrano first mocks his lack of wit, improvising numerous inventive ways in which Valvert could have phrased it (much to the amusement of the audience). He then composes a ballade for the occasion on the spot and recites it during the sword fight. With the last line, he stabs his opponent.

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Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein

The Wolf Man tries to warn a dimwitted porter that Dracula wants his brain for Frankenstein monster’s body.
Larry Talbot makes an urgent phone call to a railway station, where Chick Young and Wilbur Grey work as baggage clerks. Talbot tries to warn Wilbur of a shipment due to arrive for “McDougal’s House Of Horrors”. However, before he finishes, the moon rises and Talbot transforms into a werewolf, causing Wilbur to think the call is a prank. Meanwhile, McDougal demands the crates be personally delivered to his wax museum.

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10 Comic Book Stories Deserving of a Movie

Comic books being made into movies or television shows is nothing new. That trail was blazed a long time ago. Some of the best movies and shows have been inspired by the wonderful stories that comic books house. There are, however, a lot of great stories in comics that have not made their way to

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2021 Movies to be Excited About

2021 has a lot of making up to do since so many places were shut down in 2020. There will be a lot of movies coming out this year that should get film buffs of every genre and level excited. Here is a list of movies coming out this year that

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Ranking Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th instantly became a staple in the horror movie genre, spawning 12 sequels and earning its place in the horror hall of fame. The first film opened in 1980 and took place in a summer camp re-opening after the tragic drowning of a young boy. The new counselors are

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Charlie Chaplin – The New Janitor (1914)

The hero, a janitor played by Chaplin, is fired from work for accidentally knocking his bucket of water out the window and onto his boss, the chief banker (Dandy). Meanwhile, one of the junior managers (Dillon) is being threatened with exposure by his bookie for his unpaid gambling debts. Thus the manager decides to steal from the company. He is caught in the act of raiding the vault by the bank secretary (Carruthers) who rings for help. Chaplin comes to the rescue only to be misjudged by the chief banker as the thief. The secretary fingers the manager and Charlie receives a just reward and a handshake for foiling the robbery.

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White Zombie Review

Details:  Directed by Victor Halperin  Produced by Edward Halperin  Written by Garnett Weston (story and dialogue)  Starring Bela Lugosi, Mage Bellamy, Joseph Cawthorn, John Harron, and Robert W. Frazer  Released July 28, 1932  Length 1 hour 10 minutes   Break down:   The film follows Madeleine short and her fiancé Neil Parker as the couple travels to Haiti to be

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20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Review

Director: Stuart PatonProducer: Carl LaemmleWriter: Jules Verne and Stuart PattonReleased: December 1916Budget: $500,000Box Office: $8 millionCast:Allen HolubarCurtis BentonEdna PendletonJane GailMatt MooreWilliam, WelshDan Hanlon Breakdown:  The film is about a giant sea monster that is wreaking havoc on ships all over the seas. In an attempt to find out precisely what

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Convict 13 Review

Directed and Written by Buster Keaton and Edward F. ClineProduced by Joseph M. SchenckEdited by Buster KeatonCast:Buster KeatonSybil SeelyJoe RobertsEdward F. ClineJoe KeatonLouise Keaton Buster Keaton is arguably the most known actor of the silent film era, along with Lon Chaney, Rudolph Valentino, and Fatty Arbuckle, of course. While Convict 13 is

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