The Nightmare Before Christmas

The Nightmare Before Christmas

'twas the night before christmas and all through the house...your family's in a food coma all over the house! put in The Nightmare Before Christmas and help that Holiday ham digest, baby.

  • Perhaps the transition for all sociological horror movie making took place in 1976. This restored version of this film introduces us to the four most frightening words in American cinema: "You talkin' to me?" The cast is for now... Perhaps the transition for all sociological horror movie making took place in 1976. This restored version of this film introduces us to the four most frightening words in American cinema: "You talkin' to me?" The cast is for now burned into our psyche Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, Jodie Foster, Cybill Shepherd and Director Martin Scorsese.

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  • Quite the thriller I'd say. It has death, sickness, suspense, everything you could ever need in a scary movie.

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  • I'll put it this was, Forrest Whitaker winning best actor wasn't a fluke. There is no doubt, this was one the best films of '06.

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  • I couldn't sit through this whole movie until about like three years ago because it always grossed me out. But it is a very good movie nonetheless.

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  • I don't remember how young I was when I saw this movie, but I remember being horrified. I was a sophisticated but sensitive kid, so I saw this too young, however old I was. This is, obviously, not recommended for kids, or even... I don't remember how young I was when I saw this movie, but I remember being horrified. I was a sophisticated but sensitive kid, so I saw this too young, however old I was. This is, obviously, not recommended for kids, or even pre-teens. Animated, fantastical, yes, child-friendly, no. It's based on a middle-school novel by British novelist Richard Adams about a warren of rabbits who have to fight for survival. They're humanized rabbits, though, with cultures, loyalties, family ties, and voices. It's like watching a modern war movie and the beauty of the story is that its themes are universal.

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  • A boy meets a girl in a cafe. This is their first face-to-face meeting because they've met online. It's like any other date except that he's 32 and she's 14. What happens next will suprise you. Patrick Wilson in a thankless ro... A boy meets a girl in a cafe. This is their first face-to-face meeting because they've met online. It's like any other date except that he's 32 and she's 14. What happens next will suprise you. Patrick Wilson in a thankless role and the astounding Ellen Page star in this intense, riveting and terrifying film. I bet you'll breath only three times watching it.

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  • A very frightening movie to have been made in 1955. In the entire history of American movies, The Night of the Hunter stands out as the rarest and most exotic of specimens. It is, to say the least, a masterpiece--and not just be... A very frightening movie to have been made in 1955. In the entire history of American movies, The Night of the Hunter stands out as the rarest and most exotic of specimens. It is, to say the least, a masterpiece--and not just because it was the only movie directed by flamboyant actor Charles Laughton or the only produced solo screenplay by the legendary critic James Agee (who also cowrote The African Queen). The truth is, nobody has ever made anything approaching its phantasmagoric, overheated style in which German expressionism, religious hysteria, fairy-tale fantasy (of the Grimm-est variety), and stalker movie are brought together in a furious boil. Like a nightmarish premonition of stalker movies to come, Night of the Hunter tells the suspenseful tale of a demented preacher (Robert Mitchum, in a performance that prefigures his memorable villain in Cape Fear), who torments a boy and his little sister--even marries their mixed-up mother (Shelley Winters)--because he's certain the kids know where their late bank-robber father hid a stash of stolen money. So dramatic, primal, and unforgettable are its images--the preacher's shadow looming over the children in their bedroom, the magical boat ride down a river whose banks teem with fantastic wildlife, those tattoos of LOVE and HATE on the unholy man's knuckles, the golden locks of a drowned woman waving in the current along with the indigenous plant life in her watery grave--that they're still haunting audiences (and filmmakers) today.

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  • A must-see for fans of the zombie movie genre. A must-see for fans of British comedy. A must-see for fans of horror movies. A must-see for fans of funny movies! Sharply funny, satirical and loving, cool and an introduction to ... A must-see for fans of the zombie movie genre. A must-see for fans of British comedy. A must-see for fans of horror movies. A must-see for fans of funny movies! Sharply funny, satirical and loving, cool and an introduction to one of the most exciting film-making teams since the Boyle/Hodges/Macdonald team behind Trainspotting. Simon Pegg is Shaun, a going-nowhere loser who's biggest dilemna is winning back his longtime girlfriend, Liz (Kate Ashfield) until he wakes up one morning to a London overrun with zombies. Together with his slacker buddy Ed (Nick Frost) he sets out to rescue Liz, his mum (Penelope Wilton) and their hangers-on (Liz's flatmates and his mum's husband (the always excellent Bill Nighy) and wait out the invasion in their favourite pub, The Winchester. Oh, and you'll learn everything you need to know about killing zombies!

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  • Such a classic from the 80's...can't really say anymore than that...well I can. It was revolutionary and was a tremendous story. Harrison Ford was obviously amazing.

  • The Orphanage is from the same guy that did Pan's Labyrinth. Normally I don't like subtitled films (too much effort to stay involved), but this is definitely an exception. This is a creepy, creepy one with some haunting visuals so... The Orphanage is from the same guy that did Pan's Labyrinth. Normally I don't like subtitled films (too much effort to stay involved), but this is definitely an exception. This is a creepy, creepy one with some haunting visuals so be sure to sleep with the lights on.

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