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The Art House: A Pain in the (Saul) Bass

Aug 14, 2013 · Brandon Schaefer · Saul Bass designed some of the greatest movie art of all time, but that didn't stop the studios from trying to change his work.

The Best, Worst and Weirdest TV Shows Based On Movies

Apr 2, 2013 · Elisabeth Rappe · "Bates Motel" is just the latest in a long and dubious history of TV shows that were adapted from films.

The Top 50 Movies Never Nominated For Best Picture at the Oscars

Jan 16, 2013 · Staff · You won't believe some of the films that never even got close to the Academy's highest honor.

Ranking the Hitchcock Movies

Oct 30, 2012 · Jordan Hoffman · He's the only film director we recognize from a sketch of his silhouette: Alfred Hitchcock. Here are his 50 best movies... in order.

The Top 50 Horror Movies of All Time

Oct 17, 2012 · Staff · We rended our flesh and bled all over our keyboards to bring you this list of the best horror movies ever made.

The Top 50 Villains of All Time

Jul 18, 2012 · Staff · Every great hero needs a great villain.
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What’s the Big Deal?: North by Northwest (1959)

Jul 12, 2011 · Eric D. Snider · Alfred Hitchcock made about a million movies, but there are three in particular that are...

What’s the Big Deal?: Psycho (1960)

Aug 10, 2010 · Eric D. Snider · Alfred Hitchcock‘s Psycho is an obvious choice to be included on any list of the...

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