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List Of 2007 Horror Films

Get two for the price of one with Tarantino and Rodriguez's double 'Grindhouse'. 2007 had a bit of Saw and Hannibal goodness as well for those of you into the bigger name franchises.

List Of 2007 Action Films

If you ask us, 2007 action was dominated by the surprisingly good 'Live Free or Die Hard'. You typically don't expect remakes/sequels that long after the original to be that good.

'Movies Like Wanted': Highly Stylized Action

Back in the day they said comic books rotted your brain, then they said watching TV rotted your brain - so, what do you think a movie that looks like a comic book is gonna do to the old grey matter? Only one way to find out!

Kurt Russell Action

Check out this collection of the very best action movies starring hunky leading man Kurt Russell, including 1986 cult classic 'Big Trouble in Little China' and 'Escape from New York'. Make sure to check out recent addition to his canon 'Death Proof', a neo-grindhouse gem directed by Quentin Tarantino himself.

Tarantino Movies

A man who has undoubtedly watched 10,000 movies for every one he's directed - From his humble beginnings as a video-store clerk, Tarantino has risen to the top of the Hollywood pile with his flawless casting, grindhouse sensibilities, and ear for unforgettable dialogue.

'Movies Like Final Destination': Best 21st Century Slasher Movies

best slasher movies The slasher film was pioneered in the 60s, exploded in the 70s, and was revived in the 90s, but where is it now? This list of modern slashers prove the theme is alive and kicking!

'Movies Like House of 1000 Corpses': Neo-Grindhouse Horror

Exploitation horror is revived with this collection of modern horror movies with a grindhouse feel, including gratuitous teen horror 'Piranha 3D', frankly ill-conceived Japanese effort 'Father's Day', and Tarantino gem 'Death Proof'. Horror doesn't get bloodier than this!

'Movies Like Inglourious Basterds': Neo-Grindhouse Action

Why is Grindhouse, AKA exploitation-cinema, back in vogue? Undoubtedly it has something to do with the influence of cinematic maverick Quentin Tarantino. But perhaps it's also because Hollywood has realized all people really want is explosions, nudity, and chicks with machine guns for legs!

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