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Mad science is one of modern horror's building blocks. It was Frankenstein who unleashed his creature upon the world; Dr. Moreau who blurred man and beast; and Fu Manchu who served as one of the earliest screen baddies. This is a well the genre...

With a streamlined attitude and synthesized score, 1981's For Your Eyes Only ushered in a new decade of James Bond. Even 007's handlers knew that if the character's limits were tested any further (as Moonraker did two years prior), they...

Matthau & Lemmon's first movie together The 1966 film, The Fortune Cookie is a gem in more ways than one. It s written and directed by story-a-plenty Billy Wilder, the plot has humor, heart and great acting; but the milestone it should ...

Until 1943's Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man, Universal's famous monsters mostly kept to themselves. But fan fantasies everywhere were realized when two of the all-time horror greats went face to blood-curdling face. Hollywood hasn't lo...

No matter how many times you might see The Frisco Kid (1979), it's always good for a few laughs. Since the action takes place in 1850, the film never gets that outdated look that some contemporary movies get. Gene Wilder and Harrison Ford are p...

Few directors have been as devoted to a single source as Stuart Gordon has to the works of H.P. Lovecraft. Throughout his varied career, Gordon has tackled Lovecraft five times to date, the second of which was 1986's From Beyond, starring Ted S...

If Dr. No was United Artists' way of dipping its toe in the pool, testing the waters to see how James Bond worked as a silver screen hero, then they executed a marvelous swan dive with 1964's From Russia with Love. Where its predecessor was...

Funeral in Berlin (1966), starring Michael Caine, is the second film in the "Harry Palmer" trilogy, sandwiched between The Ipcress File and Billion Dollar Brain. Of the leagues of imitators and cash-in franchises that emerged in the wake ...

From a swashbuckling pirate and romantic idol, Errol Flynn could even play a professional boxer as he proved in Gentleman Jim (1942), a story about an underdog who takes on a world champion boxer in 1880's San Francisco. The movie is charming i...

There are few greater pains in life than having to say goodbye. To bid someone farewell is to cast one's world into disarray, especially when romance is on the line. As demonstrated by 1947's The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, the occasion need not a...

  

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