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List Of 1996 Films

1996 was a brilliant year for a broad spectrum of movies. From the bleak Edinburgh streets of 'Trainspotting' to exploring the galaxy in our favourite Star Trek movie, there's something here for everyone!

List Of 1996 Action Films

Why are 90s action films so damn good? Watch out for Tarantino giving acting a go in 'From Dusk Till Dawn'.

George Clooney Thrillers

While his Romantic-Comedies display a warm, goofy side, Clooney can also pull off cutthroat lawyever, grizzled soldier, and suave assassin. Don't believe us? Check out this list of his very best thrillers, including 'Ocean's Eleven' and 'Gravity'.

George Clooney Movies

It seems like everyone is getting voted the sexiest man alive these days, but with Clooney the title holds weight. Comedy, drama, or adventure - ladies, prepare to swoon!

Robert Rodriguez Movies

A man of extremes: Rodriguez was behind both family-friendly adventure 'Spy Kids' and hyperviolent neo-grindhouse masterpiece 'Machete'. Our question, when is the mash-up 'Machete Kids' going to come out, starring a CGI altered Danny Trejo made to look like a revenge-obsessed child?

'Movies Like The Lost Boys': Classic Vampire Movies

In this list we've attempted to bring you the best of the best from the vampire movie's long and rich history, all the way from 'Nosferatu' up to 'John Carpenter's Vampires'. Nothing beyond the year 2000!

Robert Rodriguez Crime

Helping reinvent the grindhouse crime genre, our collection of Robert Rodriguez crime movies are as grizzly, dark and stylised as an afternoon at Tarantino's house.

'Movies like No Country for Old Men': Neo-Western Action/Crime

Neo-Westerns respect the structure and traditions of the western genre, but take place in contemporary America - showing just how many true cowboys there still are out there! Check out our 'Neo-Western Drama' list for the soppier side of the genre.

'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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