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Chained for Life (1951), directed by Harry L. Fraser

Chained for Life is a 1951 exploitation film featuring the famous conjoined ("Siamese") Hilton Twins, Daisy and Violet. It features sever…

Started by A Former Member

0 Jun 16, 2011

Movies seen in our teens that marked or changed our perception and/or appreciation of life

I was discussing with a friend today movies which we saw in our teens which affected our perceptions of beauty, cynicism, religion, life an…

Started by TNT666

5 May 29, 2011
Reply by Will Faithless Sophia

Most Disappointing Movie Ever

I won't ask for the "worst" movie, as the list would be endless. But, which movie were you really expecting to be great... but didn't deliv…

Started by Edward Teach

23 May 29, 2011
Reply by Gabriel Garcia

The Cove

To me documentaries are the best of atheist cinema. Although works of fiction can be atheist, and often are... documentaries exemplify the…

Started by TNT666

7 Mar 12, 2011
Reply by TNT666

Tura Satana, Actress With a Cult Following, Is Dead

  Tura Satana, Actress With a Cult Following, Is Dead Tura Satana, an actress whose authoritative presence, exotic looks and buxom frame c…

Started by A Former Member

1 Feb 17, 2011
Reply by TNT666

John Barry is gone

That is a mouthful for me, a big one, and maybe roughly as big for anyone who loves music or loves movies or loves the intersection between…

Started by Loren Miller

0 Jan 31, 2011

Macbeth (1948), directed by Orson Welles

Macbeth (1948), directed by Orson WellesThis is a decent production of Macbeth directed by and starring Orson Welles, with Jeannette Nolan…

Started by A Former Member

0 Dec 15, 2010

Les Diaboliques (1955), directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot

An enjoyable mystery movie for its period. I’ve never seen the remake, but I suspect it is not as good, as the plausibility of the plot w…

Started by A Former Member

0 Dec 13, 2010

Marquis (1989), directed by Henri Xhonneux

Marquis (1989), directed by Henri Xhonneux   This is NSFW or for children. Marquis is a strange film, and it is certainly not for everyon…

Started by A Former Member

5 Dec 11, 2010
Reply by TNT666

The Sword of Doom (1966), directed by Kihachi Okamoto

  None of the descriptions I can find online say this, but it seems to me that I read in the DVD insert material (last time I saw this),…

Started by A Former Member

2 Dec 11, 2010
Reply by A Former Member

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