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A Wedding (1978) photos, including production stills, premiere photos and other event photos, publicity photos, behind-the-scenes, and more.

A Wedding (1978) photos, including production stills, premiere photos and other event photos, publicity photos, behind-the-scenes, and more.

Singles- words cannot express how much I love, LOVE this movie. I might have only been 13 when it was released, but I got it. Hell, I still I get it 20 years later.

Singles- words cannot express how much I love, LOVE this movie. I might have only been 13 when it was released, but I got it. Hell, I still I get it 20 years later.

A Serious Man (2009) a Coen Brothers movie.  Like, the only movie to ever mention Dybbuks...

A Serious Man (2009) a Coen Brothers movie. Like, the only movie to ever mention Dybbuks...

Ed Wood (1994)  One of the first roles that pushed Depp into the upper echelon of actors. A cult fave film....about someone who made cult fave films.

Ed Wood (1994) One of the first roles that pushed Depp into the upper echelon of actors. A cult fave film....about someone who made cult fave films.

Metropolis (1927) - This has to be one of the coolest posters I've ever seen. But then Fritz Lang was a genius.

Metropolis (1927) - This has to be one of the coolest posters I've ever seen. But then Fritz Lang was a genius.

The Girl in the Cafe: Bill Nighy as an awkward and shy man that finds love. Bittersweet film

The Girl in the Cafe: Bill Nighy as an awkward and shy man that finds love. Bittersweet film

Slasher History XXIII: 1974 saw the release of what many consider to be the first true slasher films: "Black Christmas" and "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre". "Texas Chainsaw", Tobe Hooper's exploitation classic about a murderous cannibal family, would become especially influential and has led to many sequels, remakes, appearances in other media and knock-offs. The film's main antagonist, Leatherface, would go on to the become the first slasher "superstar" along with Michael, Freddy, Jason…

Slasher History XXIII: 1974 saw the release of what many consider to be the first true slasher films: "Black Christmas" and "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre". "Texas Chainsaw", Tobe Hooper's exploitation classic about a murderous cannibal family, would become especially influential and has led to many sequels, remakes, appearances in other media and knock-offs. The film's main antagonist, Leatherface, would go on to the become the first slasher "superstar" along with Michael, Freddy, Jason…

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