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I'm not a big fan of horror movies, aside from some of the classic Universal films and the first Scream (and the third one wasn't bad).  However, Shadow of the Vampire was a refreshing twist on the genre, thanks to a clever premise and a great Willem Dafoe performance.

In 1922, the short-lived German film studio Prana Film produced its one and only feature - Nosferatu: A Symphony of Terror, more commonly known just as NosferatuDirected by the legendary F. W. Murnau, renowned for his Expressionist style of filmmaking, Nosferatu was an unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel Dracula.  The names were changed to (unsuccessfully) avoid legal issues, and the Abraham van Helsing character was completely absent.  Albin Grau, the film's producer (as well as its production designer) had been interested in the occult for most of his life, and he'd heard stories of vampires from a Serbian farmer when he was in the army during World War I.  Nosferatu was intended by Grau to be the first of a series of supernatural-themed films produced by Prana.  The screenwriter, Henrik Galeen, wasn't new to movies with this sort of theme; he had previously written, directed, and starred in The Golem (1915), based on the Jewish folk tale of a clay being brought to life.  (This is a different film than the more well-known Golem from 1920.) 

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The Berlin File is a 2013 South Korean spy thriller written and directed by Ryoo Seung-wan. Ha Jung-woo stars as a North Korean agent in Berlin who is betrayed and cut loose when a weapons deal is exposed.

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In this episode, Stephen and Tom reach the dark turning point in their commentaries of the Universal Mummy series as they encounter The Mummy's Tomb.

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Week 3 of H P Lovecraft month, with a retelling of the classic story shadow over innsmouth

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While it may be very late to do this review, we decided to break down the movie and really analyze it.

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Video Giorgio 14 : Chillerama

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Corrie reviews the latest film from Sion Sono - Why Don't You Play in Hell? (Jigoku de naze warui).

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Corrie reviews the highly anticipated gangster film from South Korea. 

For the Emperor (황제를 위하여) (Hwangjereul Wihayeo) is a 2014 South Korean gangster film directed by Park Sang-jun, starring Lee Min-ki (이민기), Park Sung-woong (박성웅) and Lee Tae-im (이태임). 

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I thought it was appropriate to talk about this movie since it is Halloween time and its spin off Annabelle recently was released in theaters.


First, I will start of by telling you a story which I feel is necessary to tell you in order for you to understand why I am giving this movie the review that I am giving it. I remember going to the movie theater to watch this movie with my friend during the summer. When we arrived to the movie theater, there was a long line that we had to wait through to watch this film. It was mid-summer and everyone instead of watching anything else that there was at the time, they want to watch this movie. When we entered the screening room, all the seats were packed so we had to sit in the very front row. It was a nice experience seeing this movie with an entire crowd of people that ate the movie up. I later found out that this movie was number one at the box office for an entire week during a summer when none of these movies were. World War Z, Pacific Rim, Grown Ups 2, This is the End, The Hangover Part 3, White House Down, The Lone Ranger, and Turbo. It was also the 23rd highest worldwide grossing movie of that year with 318 million dollars. Why this movie made so much money, I have no idea.

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