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3 Brothers Film
Reviews Essays Features … The 3 Brothers begin their retrospective on the most popular film series of all time, Star Wars. Jul 31, 2019.

3 Men And A Movie
Each week Gordy & Cross watch a movie that one of them has not seen before, then discuss with varying degrees of insight. We also roll out recent release ‘Hot Takes’ and all other sorts of random movie related action and nonsense.

5 Seconds Review
We bring you movie reviews and recaps of TV shows without wasting any of your precious time. You get a one second picture, a five second plot and a five second review. If you would like to know more, you can click on the link to the IMDb. Enjoy your stay!

20/20 Movie Reviews
A collection of movie reviews written by Richard Cross to address in some small way the increasing phenomenon of sites whose reviews no longer reflect the honest opinions of their authors but the increasing levels of influence wielded by the marketing departments of major production companies. 20/20 Movie Reviews is – and always will be – a home for independent and unbiased opinion.

25 Years Later
Disney’s Gargoyles, Madonna & More 25 Years Later. by. 25YL October 25, 2019, 12:00 am. in Horror Icons. She Is Still Here: Barbara Crampton as Horror Icon.

28 Days Later Analysis is a horror and thriller themed website, which covers independent and major releases with interviews, reviews and news.

The story of one man’s odyssey of watching every movie in the “1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die” series.

1428 Elm
Welcome to 1428 Elm, the Horror Movies news and opinions site brought to you by the FanSided Network. 1428 Elm is dedicated to providing top-notch Horror Movies news, views, and original content. This site also serves as a community for like-minded fans to come together to catch up on the latest news and to discuss their passion.

2,500 Movie Challenge
And I love all (or at least most) of those damn movies! Bottom line: 2,500 simply isn’t enough. That said, I wouldn’t have changed a thing. While a daily movie binge stretched out over almost 8 years may seem like a tremendous undertaking to some, I recommend the experience wholeheartedly.