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Coherence

It was supposed to be a simple dinner party, four couples, a few bottles of wine, catching up with old friends, but the awkward conversation of bad career
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The Haunted Palace

When is a Poe not a Poe? Released in 1963, The Haunted Palace was positioned by American International Pictures as the fifth in the series of successful adaptations
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The Signal

In a garish hotel room, Nicholas Eastman (Maleficent‘s Brenton Thwaites) receives a message from the individual who identifies himself as Nomad. Having already hacked into the systems of
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Jodorowsky's Dune

Like Lost in La Mancha to Terry Gilliam’s The Man who Killed Don Quixote (which ironically is in production again, fifteen years after original thwarted attempt), there are
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The Comedy of Terrors

It opens with a sombre funeral, but as soon as the mourners depart Waldo Trumbull (Vincent Price) and his assistant Felix Gillie (Peter Lorre) of Hinchley and Trumbull’s
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Rabid

“The Canadian film industry of the 1970s was… rudimentary,” recalls producer Ivan Reitman in one of the interviews accompanying Arrow’s newly restored Blu-ray of Canadian writer/director David Cronenberg’s
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