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Alfred Hitchcock’s horror classic Psycho

English film director Alfred Hitchock made Psycho in 1960 when he had nothing left to prove. He already was the respected director of classic thrillers like Dial M for Murder, Vertigo, Rear Window and North By Northwest but wanted a challenge when he decided to film an

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12 Years a Slave, Oscar winning biopic

Imagine waking up one day to find yourself in shackles, robbed of your freedom and unable to contact your family and loved ones. This is exactly what happened to Solomon Northup, a black violin player on the advent of the American Civil War. The poor

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The Blues Brothers, an eighties musical comedy

A decade before Reservoir Dogs, the iconic gangster outfit consisting of a black suit, skinny tie and a pair of Ray Ban sunglasses was introduced in the early eighties musical comedy The Blues Brothers. However less violent in their actions than Tarantino‘s look-alikes, the protagonists

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The Hateful Eight by Tarantino

The Hateful Eight, the long awaited eighth movie by Quentin Tarantino, if we forget the flick Death Proof which is part of the double feature Grindhouse together with Robert Rodriguez’ Planet Terror, is a return to the westerns from the sixties, especially those of the two