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A Big Spark
Short film reviews.

A life in 24 fps
A couple of years back I decided that I also wanted to have a page where I could write short reviews – mostly my first impressions from film festivals – and about whatever else is on my mind. Thus, I created this blog, where I write reviews and other stuff, to give you an impression of my “life in 24 frames per second”. Any Feedback?

A Selenator’s View
Film reviews, Box Office Reports, Movie News and Much More!

A World of Weird
Welcome to a World of Weird! Here you will find my thoughts on the movies I’ve watched, the books I’ve read and the Mario-laden games I’ve played. Fortified with misplaced cultural references for your entertainment.

Addicted to Horror Movies
Addicted to Horror Movies is a quality outlet providing horror hounds with a steady streak of bloody insight, severed limbs and a few…

The Aisle Seat
Movie Reviews by Mike McGranaghan.

All Horror
All Horror was designed to give enough insight to help you determine whether or not you might personally enjoy a movie.

AllMovie is a comprehensive and in-depth resource for finding out more about the movies, actors and filmmakers you love. On AllMovie you’ll find reviews of upcoming and classic films, in-depth Information about your favorite movies, actors and filmmakers, new movies in theaters (Browse the movies playing at your local theaters and buy tickets for upcoming showings), now Available to Watch (Movies that are available to rent, stream or own on multiple streaming services) and recommendations (An entire section devoted to personalized movie recommendations for you). Explore movies by genre, mood or theme.

Almost Fabulous Movie Reviews
Movie Reviews by Newt and Ripley.

Alone in the Dark
Movie reviews both old and new by Paul Greenwood, Glasgow, United Kingdom. Paul Greenwood is the former film critic for the Glasgow Evening Times and a contributor to Total Film.

American Film Institute
Established in 1967, the American Film Institute is the nation’s nonprofit organization dedicated to educating and inspiring artists and audiences through initiatives that champion the past, present and future of the moving image.

Ancient Slumber Cult Movie Reviews
Ancient Slumber – a title inspired by a line from The Evil Dead – is a blog set up by Chris ‘Horrorsmith’ Ward as a place to gather together all of his online written work in one place, as he has been known to whore himself out (metaphorically, of course) to several different outlets over the years. After finding himself without a regular writing outlet, US resident and horror fan Myron Schmidt also fancied having somewhere to show his wares and has entered the murky world of Ancient Slumber to write about all things horror and genre.

And You Call Yourself A Scientist!
Welcome to a mad scientist’s views on other mad scientists. And mad doctors, monsters, murderers, psychopaths, ghosts, freaks, weirdos and things that go bump all hours of the night and day.

Andy’s Film Blog
A blog dealing with either the joy of cinema or the agony of cinema–nothing in between.

Anna, Look!
Just another London lifestyle blog, but width Film and TV reviews and the BBFC article archive.

Arrow in the Head
Read the latest horror movie news, learn what horror movies are on DVD or get the best horror movie posters! JoBlo’s Arrow in the Head has got you covered!


At the Mansion of Madness
Pretentious, surreal, profound… Somewhere near the end of infinity.

Attack from Planet B
Attack from Planet B is a website dedicated to all things cult. From classic 1950s science fiction to modern popcorn pulp. Established in 2010, we have indulged ourselves in cult cinema over the past 9 years; delving into the darkest cesspool of imagination. Our name derives from the B movie; a label previously applied to the less-publicised, second half of a theatrical double feature, and more recently to low-budget film in general. The website itself is separated into multiple categories: each one covering a specific genre, or subgenre; from gigantic mutated monsters destroying downtown Tokyo to drunken kung-fu masters.

Awful Horror Movies
Awful Movie Reviews of Horror Films.