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6 Famous Movie Makers Who Keep Reusing Their Own Bizarre Trope

6 Famous Movie Makers Who Keep Reusing Their Own Bizarre Trope


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In fact, he seems to resurrect himself on the spot, a trope that was reused in many later slasher films.

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Rob Hunter: It's an odd feeling liking a film that every other person despises, but that appears to be my lot with Sidney Hall. Shawn Christensen's debut is ...

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Tomris Laffly: “Topple the Patriarchy” from Jilly Soloway's Emmys speech has been ringing in my ears since last fall and I have been subconsciously waiting ...

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Best Horror Movie Final Girls

I love Pixar. Who doesn't? The stories are magnificently crafted, the characters are rich, hilarious, and unique, and the images are lovingly rendered.

James Rolfe

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A scene from the Grand Guignol, a format some critics have cited as an influence on the slasher film

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We barely see Myers in profile as he jumps on top of a car outside the hospital where he's being held early in the movie, but you get a much better look ...

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Season 3 of Preacher takes an unusual approach to horror and humor

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It's fair to say that people have a tendency to remember things a little wonky when looking at the past with Childhood Goggles strapped to their peepers.

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…and getting the Mentor Dude killed by the Bad Guy in the process.

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Charlie Chaplin's career underwent many transitions and transformations, but none more important than the one marked by the making of The Kid. During his ...