Robert durst film

Robert Durst, Self: The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst. Robert Durst was born on April 12, 1943 in Scarsdale, New York, USA. He has been married to Debrah Lee Charatan since December 11, 2000. He was previously married to Kathie Durst. After a screening of the film, Durst reached out to Jarecki, which kickstarted what became the HBO project. Related Emmys 2020: 'The Last Dance' Triumphs and Seven Other Snubs and Surprises Mr Durst's lawyer, Dick DeGuerin, objected to jurors also being shown clips from All the Good Things, a 2010 film of his marriage starring Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst. The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst is a 2015 documentary about New York billionaire Robert Durst, who was suspected in the 1982 disappearance of his wife Kathie, as well as the related murder of his friend Susie Berman and the death and dismemberment of Morris Black. Despite compelling evidence suggesting Durst played a role in all three crimes, he managed to get away with with all ... The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst The six-part docuseries, The Jinx is not only credited with sparking the arrest of Robert Durst, but also with inciting the deluge of true-crime documentaries produced in its wake. The Jinx ’s writer and director Andrew Jarecki had previously directed the feature fictional film All Good Things (2010), which was inspired by Durst’s biography. the story of the disappearance and death of defendant Robert Durst’s ... Now, besides unveiling the brevity of film reviews that come out of the L.A. D.A.’s office, you may be wondering what ... Directed by Yves Simoneau. With Katharine McPhee, Daniel Gillies, Martin Donovan, John Glover. Young and wide-eyed, Kathie falls in love with charming yet quirky real estate scion Robert Durst, only to find their marriage turning stranger, darker and more disturbing as time passes. It was in the dramatic final moments of the HBO documentary “The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst” that New York real estate scion Robert Durst is heard mumbling: “Killed them all ... 1943: Robert Durst was born on April 12, 1943, to parents Bernice and Seymour Durst. His father was a wealthy New York City real estate mogul. ... Andrew Jarecki, to pitch a documentary-style film ... Jurors have watched clips from an Emmy-award winning documentary and a feature film about Robert Durst, a New York real estate heir charged with murdering his best friend to cover up his killing ...

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Pick Your Own Journey

2020.05.13 09:40 jessebryant Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Pick Your Own Journey

I spent (too much) time today watching the Interactive Special and observing what effect the choices have. This post is obviously filled with spoilers, don't read it if you want the Interactive Special unspoiled.
Some of these choices seem to have smaller effects on the dialogue. For example one scene has Frederick wondering if it's racist to put all of the penguins at the same table... another version has Jacqueline complaining that she has to sit next to Buckley.
Random quotes:
  • Judas! Because you're a traitor, not because I'm jealous you got to kiss Jesus.
  • Squirrel: it's the scrod of the mountains
  • Jurassic Park rules: if I don't move, you can't see me!
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2020.02.27 17:57 squidphish1024 I Don't Really Like Ken Burns

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2020.02.17 21:24 -en- @AP: Jury selection is set to begin for the trial of Robert Durst, the New York real estate heir charged with the slaying of his best friend in Los Angeles 20 years ago. The infamous case inspired a feature film and documentary series.

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2020.01.01 00:04 autotldr Lawyers: Robert Durst wrote note about location of body

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 51%. (I'm a bot)
LOS ANGELES - Lawyers for New York real estate heir Robert Durst acknowledge that he penned a note tipping off police to the location of the body of a friend he's accused of killing, according to court documents.
In a court filing Christmas Eve in Los Angeles Superior Court, lawyers for Durst conceded he had written the note directing police to the home of his best friend, Susan Berman, in December 2000.Durst, 76, pleaded not guilty to murder in Berman's death but told a documentary film crew that the letter could only have been sent by the killer.
"This does not change the facts that Bob Durst didn't kill Susan Berman and he doesn't know who did," DeGuerin said.
Durst is accused of shooting Berman in the back of the head at point-blank range in her home.
Witnesses who testified in pretrial hearings said Berman told them Durst acknowledged killing his wife and that she helped him cover up the crime.
The note sent to the Beverly Hills Police Department has been considered a smoking gun in the case since the finale of "The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst" aired on HBO in 2015.Durst was shown the note written in block letters that only included the address of Berman's house and the word "Cadaver." He denied writing the note but said only the killer could have written it.
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2019.11.11 07:51 Passive_Tripper Some Great True Crime Documentaries and hidden gems

I am a big true crime fan and when it comes to this genre, I have listed below some of the really great documentaries worth a watch. Some of these are really popular and some of them are hidden gems you might have missed. The categories include serial killers, mass executions and peculiar murder cases.
  1. The Jinx - life and deaths of Robert Durst
Synopsis - A groundbreaking six-part documentary directed and produced by Andrew Jarecki and produced and shot by Marc Smerling (the Oscar nominees behind `Capturing the Friedmans'). The story delves into the strange history of real estate heir Robert Durst, long suspected in the still-unsolved 1982 disappearance of his wife as well as the subsequent murders of family friend Susan Berman and neighbour Morris Black. The Jinx' results from nearly a decade of research by the filmmakers, who expose police files, key witnesses, never-before-seen footage, private prison recordings, and thousands of pages of formerly hidden documents.
Available on [Free] -
  1. Into the abyss
Synopsis - Filmmaker Werner Herzog explores capital punishment in America through interviews with convicted killers, their victims' families and members of the Texas criminal justice system.
Available on [Free] -
P.S. There is a great mini-series by Werner Herzog called On Death Row available on youtube.
  1. Paradise Lost Trilogy
Synopsis - Three teenagers are accused of this horrific crime of killing three children, supposedly as a result of involvement in Satanism. As in their previous documentary, things turn out to be more complex than initial appearances and this film presents the real-life courtroom drama to the viewer, as it unfolds.
Available on [Subscription] - Amazon Prime Video
  1. Evil Genius: The True Story of America's Most Diabolical Bank Heist
Synopsis - Evil Genius: The True Story of America's Most Diabolical Bank Heist is a 2018 true crime documentary series about the murder of Brian Wells, a high-profile 2003 incident often referred to as the "collar bomb" or "pizza bomber" case.
Available on [Subscription] - Netflix
  1. The family I had
Synopsis - A mother recounts how her seemingly ideal family was shattered after her brilliant son committed a violent act.
Available on [Subscription] - Amazon Prime Video
  1. Abducted in plain sight
Synopsis - In 1974, 12-year-old Jan Broberg is abducted from a small church-going community in Idaho by a trusted neighbour and close family friend.
Available on [Subscription] - Netflix
  1. Oklahoma city
Synopsis - Oklahoma City reveals the horrors of the 1995 bombing on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. The perpetrator, Timothy McVeigh, detonated a truck packed with explosives in front of the building, killing 168 people and leaving 675 injured. This attack is considered the worst act of domestic terrorism in American history.
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  1. Goodnight, Sugar Babe: The Killing of Vera Jo Reigle
Synopsis - The discovery of the mutilated body of a mentally challenged young mother begins a journey into madness that is so unbelievable the mastermind behind the crime ultimately got away with murder. Revealing for the first time how and why it happened filmmaker J. David Miles ventures into the insane mind of a small town crime family's matriarch and uncovers a conspiracy that continues to elude law enforcement to this very day.
Available on [Subscription] - Amazon Prime Video
  1. Alison
Synopsis - In 1994 Alison Botha is raped then stabbed more than 60 times. Left for dead, she finds the will to survive and turns trauma into triumph.
Available on [Subscription] - Amazon Prime Video
  1. Unseen
Synopsis - In 2009, Cleveland police discover the bodies of 11 women on Anthony Sowell's property. The victims discuss the invisibility of women on the margins of society.
Available on [Subscription] - Amazon Prime Video
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2019.09.23 04:08 miasheng19 "The Jinx" and "Monk" Coincidence

If I remembered it correctly, there was an episode which Monk found out the murder by the evidence that he misspelled "Beverly Hill" as "Beverley Hill" on two handwritings in the exact same way...And that episode may be in Season 3/4... I could not remember when was it aired and what was the episode name exactly but it was definitely between 2002-2009, the airing time of the whole show.
However, in the Documentary "The Jinx", the critical clue in the end is the exact same thing--Robert Durst's misspelling "Beverley". I was shocked when i was watching the documentary today... But this clue was discovered by the filming team around 2015...(Susan was killed in 2000...)
It might be a really incredible and horrible coincidence but I am still really confused and amazed by it, and the fact that there's no discussion on this online at all..So just want to look for people who share the same thoughts with me and would like to discuss!
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2019.09.23 03:50 miasheng19 "The Jinx" and "Monk" Coincidence

If I remembered it correctly, there was an episode in which Monk found out the murder by the evidence that he misspelled "Beverly Hill" as "Beverley Hill" on two handwritings in the exact same way...And that episode may be in Season 3/4... I could not remember when was it aired exactly and what was the name of that episode, but it was definitely between 2002-2009, the airing time of the whole show.
However, in the Documentary "The Jinx", the critical clue in the end is the exact same thing--Robert Durst's misspelling "Beverley". I was shocked when i was watching the documentary today... But this clue was discovered by the filming team around 2015...(Susan was killed in 2000...)
It might be a really incredible and horrible coincidence but I am still really confused and amazed by it, and the fact that there's no discussion on this online at all..So just want to look for people who share the same thoughts with me and would like to discuss!
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2019.09.15 20:02 BingeWatcherBot When You Need A Quick Fix 💊💉

Community Nominations for The Last Decade’s Best Documentary:
30 for 30’s - ‘OJ: Made In America’ 🏅Docuseries of The Decade - Community Member Nomination
IFC’s - ‘Shoah’ 🏅🥇Award Wining 🏆 Greatest Documentary of All Time- Community Member Nomination
National Geographic’s - ‘Free Solo’ 🏅Best Documentary of The Decade - Community Nomination
DocuJunkies Community - Trailers and Favorite’s:
HBO’s - ‘Private Violence’ 🏆 A Community Favorite
Netflix’s - ‘Tell Me Who I Am’
Sundance TV’s - ‘No One Saw A Thing’
Sundance’s - ‘Cold Case Hammarskjöld’
Tribeca Film’s - ‘The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia’ 🏅DocuJunkies Community Recommendation
Netflix’s - ‘The Devil Next Door’
Murder On The Bayou
Fathers and Sons 🏅DocuJunkies Community Recommendation
Who Killed Garret Phillips
Behind Closed Doors
The Dictators Playbook
Mommy Dead and Dearest
I Love You, Now Die
Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened
The Disappearance Of Madeline McCann
Serial, The Case Against Adnan Syed, and The Murder Of Hae Min Lee - Docs and Case Mega Thread
Abducted In Plain Sight
Leaving Neverland
Martin Bashir’s: Living With Michael
The Long Shot
Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes
The Innocent Man
Murder Mountain
3801 Lancaster: American Tragedy
Gringo: The Dangerous Life of John McAfee
The Central Park Five
The Wild And Wonderful Whites of West Virginia
How To Die In Oregon
The Golden State Killer
Amanda Knox 🏅
The Fear Of 13 🏅
I Am A Killer Week 9 🏆
The Eleven
Cold Case Hamarsjold
The Tower 🏅
A Grey State
Devil Next Door
The Confession Tapes
Private Violence
WormWood 🏅
CitzenFour 🏅
The House of Suh Week 8 🏆
Dear Zachary : A Letter To A Son About His Father Week 6 🏆
Killing For Love 🏅
The Paradise Lost Documentaries Week 7 🏆
TIME : The Kalief Browder Story - DocuSeries 🏅
Murder On A Sunday Morning
The Jinx Week 5 🏆
The Seven Five
The Wrong Man
Dream/Killer Week 3 🏆
The Last Defense
Evil Genius
The Staircase
Shadow Of Truth
Casey Anthony : An American Murder Mystery
10 Years Later : Casey Anthony’s Parents Speak
The Murder of Laci Peterson AE DocuSeries
ABC’s Truth And Lies episode : The Murder of Laci Peterson
The Cheshire Murders
Jodie Arias: An American Murder Mystery
Tell Me Who I Am
Wild Wild Country
Jonestown: Paradise Lost
Documentaries That The DocuJunkie’s Community Has Enjoyed Watching:
Nowhere To Hide
GoT: The Last Watch
At The Heart Of Gold
On Tour With ‘Aspergers Are Us’
Kids Behind Bars: Life or Parole
Wild Things: Animal Odd Couples
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2019.04.24 12:06 elisuret As Robert Durst Murder Case Goes Forward, HBO’s Film Will Also Be on Trial

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2019.03.29 02:39 DieHermetischeGarage Podcast-PlayList vom Donnerstag, 28.03.2019

Die gesamte Tages-PlayList
Sendung Titel
BR Kalenderblatt Haydns Papagei wird versteigert (1)
BR Wissen Stufen des Bewusstseins - Trance, Meditation, Schlaf, Hypnose (2)
SWR Zeitwort Zeitwort: 28.03.1944: Der Zeichner e.o. plauen wird verhaftet (3)
WDR Zeitzeichen Eugène Ionesco, frz. Dramatiker (Todestag 28.03.1994) (4)
Zeit Titel wo min
05:45 Nach Mueller-Bericht - Tauwetter zwischen Trump und Putin in Sicht? (Ganslmeier, Martin) DLF 3:07 ?
06:12 Kommentar: Brexit May - die EU schöpft Hoffnung (Sina, Ralph) DRK 1:21 ?
06:38 Der Gesundheitsminister und die rebellische Krankenschwester (Wagner, Thomas) DRK 4:07 ?
07:47 Volker Schlöndorff wird 80 und kämpft gegen den Klimawandel (Heinlein, Stefan) DLF 7:26 ?
08:41 Das Wichtigste heute Morgen (Heinlein, Stefan) DLF 5:09 ?
09:45 'Säkulare Sozis' in der SPD unerwünscht (Engelbrecht, Sebastian) DLF 5:49 ?
10:17 'M' - Ein pornographischer Neukölln-Roman (Gien, Anna; Stark, Marlene) DRK 11:36 ?
10:51 ... liest Musik: 'Richtig gutes Zeug' von Deichkind (Werner, Florian) DRK 4:12 ?
11:21 Musiker und die Wahlen in der Ukraine (Kellermann, Florian) DRK 5:19 ?
12:24 Rammsteins KZ-Video. Geschmacklos oder Freiheit der Kunst? (Demand, Christian) DRK 8:05 ?
12:37 Brexit. Einig in der Uneinigkeit und ein kleiner Hoffnungsschimmer (Demand, Christian) DRK 6:11 ?
13:05 AfD in Brandenburg rückt im Wahljahr weiter nach rechts (Budde, Vanja) DRK 10:59 ?
14:09 Geht´s noch? Rammstein provoziert mit KZ-Video-Clip (Engelmann, Jonas) DRK 6:42 ?
15:15 Zwischen Syrienkrieg und KI-Sounds: Das Debüt von US-Musikerin Káryyn (Kastrup, Dennis) DLF 5:48 ?
15:39 'Es regnet Liebe' - die Soul-Legende Lee Fields mit neuem Album (Fields, Lee) DRK 11:11 ?
16:13 'Thermo-Nuklearer Blues' - die Sängerin und Pianistin Musikerin Sarah McCoy (McCoy, Sarah) DRK 10:32 ?
16:30 Frau ohne Schmerzen, Durst im Hirn, Schlafposition von Tieren (Kießling, Tina) DLF 6:27
16:38 Kleine Sensation: Unveröffentlichtes Album von Marvin Gaye (Wolff, Fabian) DRK 7:47 ?
16:46 Ausdauernder als die Beute: Neandertaler konnten Wildpferde zu Tode hetzen (Stang, Michael) DLF 4:39 ?
17:35 Gauner & Gentleman. Robert Redfords letzter Film (Nicodemus, Katja) DLF 5:31 ?
18:08 Klamme Kassen? Kulturförderung für Rock, Pop und Jazz (Keßler, Ina) DRK 6:15 ?
18:40 Sicherer Sieg, verlorenes Vertrauen: Die kurdischen Gebiete in der Türkei wählen (Güsten, Susanne) DLF 18:34 ?
20:19 Studie zum Friday-for-Future-Schulstreik - Interview Dr. Sebastian Koos (Schroeder, Carsten) DLF 7:01 ?
22:37 Drittes Votum über Brexit-Deal findet morgen statt (Demmer, Anne) DRK 0:38 ?
22:41 Bayer-Tochter Monsanto muss in Glyphosat-Prozess 81 Mio Entschädigung zahlen (Markwald, Nicole) DRK 3:30 ?
22:52 Europaabgeordnete Julia Reda tritt aus Piratenpartei (Moritz, Alexander) DRK 2:53 ?
22:55 Surfen auf der Welle: Der russische Sender RT France und die Gelbwesten (Wachs, Sabine) DRK 3:56 ?
23:09 Affektmobilisierung mit KZ-Ästhetik: Das neue Rammstein-Video (Walter, Klaus) DRK 6:37 ?
23:28 Brexit: Theresa May beantragt dritte Abstimmung (Heuer, Christine) DLF 3:16
23:32 AfD-Spendenaffäre - Neue dubiose Spenden aufgetaucht (Braun, Andreas) DLF 1:01
(#) Info
(1) Manch großer Komponist hat einen Vogel. Naja, zumindest bei Joseph Haydn war das so. Dessen Papagei verhalf dem Meister der Komposition zu manchem Liedchen, das später sensationellen Erfolg haben sollte.
(2) Unser Gehirn ist in der Lage, zwischen verschiedenen Bewusstseinszuständen hin und her zu wechseln. Wachheit und Schlaf stellen sich von selbst ein - Trance und Hypnose erfordern in der Regel ein mentales Training.
(3) Berühmt wurde Erich Ohser alias e.o.plauen mit den "Vater und Sohn"-Geschichten. Nach der Verhaftung als Nazi-Kritiker erhängte er sich im Gefängnis.
(4) 'Es ist absurd zu behaupten, die Welt sei absurd', soll er gesagt haben. Dabei gilt der französisch-rumänische Dramatiker Eugène Ionesco Anfang der 1950er Jahre als Mitbegründer der sogenannten absurden Avantgarde auf der Bühne. Die Komik des Austauschs von Banalitäten bis zur Sprachauflösung war offenbar genau der frische Wind, nach dem das Nachkriegs-Theater lechzte. Autorin: Sabine Mann
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2019.03.19 07:11 happycharm Colin Sweeney

I know that Colin Sweeney has been compared to OJ Simpson because they both allegedly killed their wives but is that all? I am not familiar with the OJ Simpson case.
I randomly came across the Robert Durst case and found this clip of a documentary about him where he seemingly confesses to killing "them all" meaning his wife, his friend who allegedly knew about the murder and was blackmailing him about it to keep quiet, as well as his neighbour later on in his life which is related to the previous two murders somehow. I found the way he spoke spookily similar to Colin Sweeney. I went on youtube and found some more interviews and interrogations with him and again, Colin Sweeney speaks very similarly to him. I looked up Dylan Baker (Sweeney's actor) and his regular voice is different from Sweeney and Durst so I feel like Baker is purposely trying to sound like Durst.
I then remember there was an episode of Sweeney suing a TV show for using the murder of his wife as a plot and in the show the husband was indeed the murderer.
The documentary (The Jinx) was aired between Feb and March in 2015 and that episode of TGW was aired around March. I don't know when the episode was written and filmed but it's possible TGW saw the previews of The Jinx before it was aired or simply knew that it was in production because the director meet up with Durst in a span of many years in order to get enough information to make the documentary. So the Kings may have known that the director was in the midst of making this documentary years before even writing the Sweeney episode and decided to air that episode around the same time the documentary was being aired. Or it's the most amazing coincidence in the world.
Of course Sweeney is probably based off of many people and not just OJ Simpson and Robert Durst.
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2018.09.27 01:14 ladylazarus94 Robert Durst, hooooo-ly fuck [potential spoilers in comments?!]

Ok so as a lifelong devotee of true crime I am absolutely STUNNED that I have never heard about this case! I have a pretty nasty infection right now (mammary cellulitis but please, for your own sake, don’t fucking google it) and I’ve been consigned to bed rest and a metric shit tonne of antibiotics, so I was looking for something to watch. I watched West of Memphis for the second time this morning, and when I looked it up on IMDB one of the recommended films was ‘The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst’. I found a link for it (which I’m happy to pass on but it wasn’t great quality and, unlike me, if you’re in the US it seems like it’s available on HBO!), and I’ve watched all six from my sick bed today and I am REELING. If like me you’re a newbie, PLEASE don’t google it beforehand because the ending is worth not ruining. I was honestly gobsmacked at every twist & turn and hope some of you who haven’t seen it already will be too! Would looooove to hear K or G cover it, it’s INSANE. Enjoy!
PS. If anyone has seen it I would love to get your views, and if any of yous have any recommendations for anything else I could watch it seems like I’m going to have a couple of days to get through a few, and I’d really appreciate any suggestions! 💖 SSDGM!
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2018.08.19 15:29 Stepneys Is Robert Durst more American Psyco than All Good Things.

Similarities in Christian Bale's character to Robert Durst I think need discussing! Did RD come first or was he inspired/driven/obsessed by the novel and/or film? The drugs, the white privilege, the constant access to huge amounts of money, the severe mental illness, the power over women, the cold ability to dispose of a body........
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2018.08.16 07:56 kissing_the_beehive MP remind anyone else of Robert Durst?

I’m leaning towards his innocence but his mannerisms, the pausing/cadence of his speech, slightly asperger-y vibe remind me of Robert Durst so much.
Not to mention, the fact they both asked film crews to follow them around
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2018.07.29 07:10 BingeWatcherBot Here is a Short List With a Few Great Documentaries, Trailers & Discussion Threads to Follow or Compare with ‘The Staircase’ Docuseries at /r/DucuJunkies Sub.

DocuJunkies - a Little About our Sister Sub After Finishing a ‘The Staircase’ Re-Binge I listed a few documentaries for anyone else who might’ve been looking for something to follow up their Staircase binge. Originally I only listed a couple that I had just re-binged myself. This all are started in no particular order other than my Apple TV Queue.
The Original List -
Anything Hyperlinked Includes a Trailer
The Jinx - You might also want to check out “All Good Things” ( the film Andrew made on the same subject well before the documentary) or if your still in a strong Doc mood try “Capturing the Friedman’s” - I’d recommend after watching this and the Jinx try taking a look at a few interesting articles by or about Andrew and his filmmaking style change after this doc it really adds context to the method behind the original Jinx drop. “Catfish” is another well known documentary made by Andrew, but this isn’t exactly True Crime and is already a very popular Doc.
Murder On A Sunday Morning - This one is another example of Jean Xavier Lastrades style - a couple of good doc’s I followed this one with were “The Trials of Darryl Hunt” along with “The Central Park Five”.
TIME : The Kalief Browder Story - DocuSeries - Is one seriously interesting follow up to the Staircase, especially if you’re really fascinated by the wealth aspect of MP and his Trial. It’s a real eye opener on its own, with an interesting case, plus it’s a very well made docuseries.
The Paradise Lost Documentaries ,”West Of Memphis”- and all the many Documentaries about the West Memphis 3. They are all equally great. I’d recommend looking them all up and watching in order cause this is a great binge to watch Docuseries style.
Dear Zachary : A Letter To A Son About His Father - is anything but what the title would have you believe. It’s one of my personal all time favorites and I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
Shadow Of TruthAnother Netflix Docuseries. I think this one is often underrated or completely overlooked. Great case, Well made.
“Making A Murderer” - Another great Netflix Docuseries and it’s fascinating to watch for the style and formatting of this story alone. Innocent or Guilty I enjoyed watching this Docuseries.
Dream/Killer - This one is a crazy story the doc was a good watch. The Story is so unbelievable and one of a kind you’ll never see anything like it great to follow Making a Murderer and even comes with a follow up Docuseries hosted by Ryan Ferguson himself called - “Unlocking The Truth”
“Who Took Johnny” - This one is a unique and fascinating story that’s really underrated. I almost didn’t bother watching myself. It actually is a really easy watch especially for any lifelong America’s Most Wanted Fan’s out there. This is a case you actually might’ve heard about many years ago with a close connection to John Walsh.
“Team Foxcatcher”- The doc is interesting and can be followed up by the highly rated movie starting Steve Carell and Channing Tatum simply titled FoxCatcher.
“Brothers Keeper”- Here is another really great documentary if you can get past the age it’s definitely worth the watch.
There are plenty of others and some that I’d maybe even consider better I just listed the few I watched recently.
Edit- Question?
Would anyone like me to update with other recommended favorite Doc’s? Is anyone interested in a sub dedicated to Documentary Re-Watches? If you do shoot them over please! (maybe with a little description I can add?)
Edit- /DocuJunkies was created by popular demand.
The community decided to stick with True Crime Only on this one and then post huge Doc-Junkie list later.
Here are a few more great docs. They are all FANTASTIC doc’s in no specific order. If you haven’t watched they are all MUST SEE DOC’s!
Very very Honorable Mentions:
“Evils Genius”
“A Murder in The Park”
“Tall Hot Blonde
“The Thin Blue Line
“Into The Abyss
“Amanda Knox”
“The Confession Tapes”
“Tales of The Grim Sleeper”
The House of Suh
Killing For Love
The Seven Five
The Wrong Man
“The Ken and Barbie Killers” <-- not sure if this is simply a repackage of the original I will update once I watch. The original doc. is jaw dropping.
A Couple Of International Docs-
“Give Up Tomorrow”
“Shadow Of Truth”
“The Chessboard Killer”- Alexander Pichushkin
“The Butcher of Rostov Doc’s” & “Citizen X”- Andre Chikatilo (Citizen X is not exactly a documentary though)
The community submit’s their favorite documentary titles or documentaries they’d most like to watch and then discuss in our weekly Voting Thread
This Week’s 7 Vote for the documentary to be viewed 7/29-8/04 users most wanted scheduled to watch and discuss next week! 7/29-8/04 Winner Was Just Announced
Week 7 Winner - The Paradise Lost - West Memphis 3 Documentaries
Typical Voting Thread and Past Winners:
Need Inspiration? Click Here or check out some trailers posted in the sub.
Week 1 Winner - Netflix’s ‘Evil Genius’ &amp;amp; A&amp;amp;E’s ‘The Murder Of Laci Peterson’
Week 2 Winner - ID’s ‘Casey Anthony - An American Murder Mystery’
Week 3 Winner - Netflix’s Shadow Of Truth &amp;amp; ‘Dream/Killer- The Ryan Ferguson Story’
Week 4 Winner - Netflix - ‘The Staircase’&amp;amp; HBO’s - ‘The Cheshire Murders’
Week 5 Winner - HBO - ‘The Jinx’
Week 6 Winner - Critically Acclaimed - ‘Dear Zachary : a Letter To a Son About His Father.’
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Currently Airing Documentary Series:
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2018.04.10 20:44 Fortinbraz Group of users doing social media marketing on Reddit for Magnolia Selects

Magnolia Selects is a new streaming service/app for Magnolia Pictures a US film distributor. There has been a concerted effort by several users to market this new service while posing as ordinary users. I first noticed this in this (now deleted) post and called it out in this comment. Once called out, all of the users that I named removed their comments (archive link captures some users).
All of these users originally used aged, inactive accounts and farmed karma by reposting posts and comments, starting about 2 weeks ago. A lot of the accounts have also been posting frequently in cryptocurrency subreddits. Let's start with the current domain links to
brkalltheway 3 year account, woke up 19 days ago
This comment was copied from here.
This comment was copied from here. An obvious mismatch on the thread titles resulted in a nonsensical comment.
This comment copied from here.
This pattern continues until 7 days ago when it made this post about Magnolia Selects app on /apple. Also made a couple of comments in that thread.
likestarscream1 1 year account, woke up 1 month ago
This comment was copied from here.
Submitted this post to /gaming. The image was copied from here, but has nothing to do with gaming, an obvious misstep by a novice user.
This comment was copied from an Imgur gallery.
This pattern continues until 3 days ago when it made this post to /documentaries, linked directly to
vena0580 1 year account, woke up 1 month ago
This comment was copied from here, but the askreddit question is not even remotely similar.
This comment was copied from here.
Made this adviceanimals post, it was stolen from an Imgur post made the previous day.
This pattern continues (including many, many reposted /jokes) until yesterday, when it made this comment which was conveniently edited to link to Magnolia Selects' new app. This post was made by gconz, another suspect.
This account then made this post today in /movies, about the same documentary (Magnolia Selects' selection is very, very small). This post is another direct link to Magnolia Selects' app.
gconz 1 year account, woke up 12 days ago
This comment was copied from here.
This /likeus post was copied from here.
This pattern continued until March 31, when it made a comment in an askreddit post(since deleted) which linked to this post, made by geoquebaz1, which links to Magnolia Selects. It also made the softball /askreddit post that vena0580 made a comment to.
There are many other accounts involved in this, but they are very shifty about deleting their comments after the message has been spread. Here is a list of other suspects in this endeavor: - link - link
There are also plenty of deleted posts that either directly linked or had links in the comments to Magnolia: - Archive
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2018.02.21 16:06 maynardftw Law and Order SVU

Okay so I just finished watching Season 17 Episode 1 (technically 1 and 2 since it was a two-hour premiere) of Law and Order SVU, and man.
I had not realized that SVU had become a cartoon parody of itself.
I'm a longtime fan of the older seasons. I don't even remember when I stopped watching, probably the last season I saw a respectable amount of was 12 or so. And it was a little schlocky even back then, sure; defending lawyers would request ridiculous settlements, make stupid claims of defense, the 'top brass' would make it hard for the detectives to go with their hunches which would normally end up being right anyway, that sort of thing.
But my god.
It has gotten to critical mass.
So, spoilers? I guess? I don't know why anyone would care, the episodes don't really correspond in any meaningful way.
So OBVIOUS HANNIBAL LECTOR WANNABE MOTHERFUCKER from last season has been put in jail by resident OBVIOUS CLARICE STARLING WANNBE MOTHERFUCKER. Yay! But now they have to play out the full extent of his HANNIBAL LECTOR WANNABENESS, so there's a guy they have to go to him about to help catch him. And of course he knows everything, because HANNIBAL LECTOR KNOWS EVERYTHING. So when the detective is like "Yeah man I'm gonna go talk to this guy who knows goddamned everything", they're fine with it, until he starts telling them everything, and then the sergeant, who is Olivia Benson, she went through fuckin' fifteen years or so of her boss doing this same stupid shit to her, she's like NAW HE'S FUCKING WITH YOU YOU AREN'T THINKING STRAIGHT YOU NEED A BABYSITTER NOW, WHICH MEANS HE WON'T TELL YOU THE THINGS ANYMORE. And the whole time they're busting this detective's ass because she's taking what HANNIBAL WANNABE says seriously enough to follow up on it, so much so that when another detective actually FUCKING DOES HIS MOTHERFUCKING JOB AND LOOKS INTO THE EVIDENCE HE'S BEEN FUCKING GIVEN, the other detectives are like "Seriously? You're looking into this?" AND GUESS WHAT IT'S ACTUALLY FUCKING LEGIT YOU FUCKING STOOGES, THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU INVESTIGATE LEADS AND DO YOUR FUCKING JOB.
So OBVIOUS BUFFALO BILL WANNABE MOTHERFUCKER is the Medical Examiner who's been doing all the ME work for OBVIOUS HANNIBAL LECTOR WANNABE MOTHERFUCKER's killings, and now he's killed someone and tried to pin it on HANNIBAL WANNABE, but he did it in such a way that the murder MO was completely different and it targeted a different demographic of women and the body was disposed of in a different manner, but somehow he thinks that still qualifies as a valid copy, enough for reasonable doubt, because he stashed it in the guy's same hiding spot, even though HANNIBAL WANNABE has been locked in jail for far too long to have committed the murder himself. And it turns out that while he was ME he did the ME work for the newest victim which was HIS victim, and he fucked up the ME job on that, leaving a bunch of evidence out that any half-decent ME would've found, hoping nobody would notice any of this shit, but in doing so leading a trail of suspicion back to himself.
Oh and he was engaged to the other victim, who mysteriously disappeared like ten years ago, whose body they found in HIS AUNT'S HOUSE THAT HE STAYED IN AT THE TIME.
So they arrest BILL WANNABE and charge him with two murders and then let him out on bail, and of course he runs, and he thinks doing so in a dress and wig is enough to get away. AND IT ALMOST WORKS. FUCK SAKE. BECAUSE EVERYONE IN THIS UNIVERSE IS COMPLETELY INCOMPETENT AT THIS POINT.
They catch him, just barely, and bring his ass to trial, only to find that one of the main witnesses has gone missing! Oh man, nobody thought to keep tabs on the newly-released charged-with-two-murders-and-will-definitely-get-out-on-bail motherfucker, so he's killed the main witness and now her body is washing up in the same place the other one did, in a bunch of plastic bags, EXCEPT OH NO, HER LEFT THIGH IS MISSING, AND THAT'S THE PART THAT WAS STABBED SO THAT SHE'D DIE. IT'S CRITICAL EVIDENCE, VERY IMPORTANT TO THE CASE, EXCEPT IT'S TOTALLY FUCKING NOT BECAUSE WHERE THE FUCK ELSE WOULD SHE BE STABBED, YOU HAVE THE ENTIRE REST OF THE BODY EXCEPT THIS ONE TINY AREA. So this one little bit of missing evidence is causing the DA to drink himself to death with worry, and meanwhile the defense attorney is all "Hey man, the news doesn't like that you guys hired a guy who ended up killing some bitches, right? Let's make a deal." and the DA's all, "Sure, what do you want." and SHE WHIPS OUT A BIGASS DICK AND SLAMS IT ON THE DESK AND IS LIKE "HE'LL PLEAD TO JAYWALKING, MOTHERFUCKER, YEE HAW" - not literally, but basically that's what happened, and the DA actually stares at her like the fucking moron that she is and he's like "... He killed three women, and you want me to plead him out on two misdemeanors." and she's all cocky smiles and he kicks her the fuck out of his office because holy fucking christ what an incompetent lawyer. Oh and they have one victim's blood under the suspect's kitchen floor, ingrained in knife cuts where he chopped up the body, and the blood of another victim in his trunk. And the DA tells the defense attorney this and she's all "Eh, papercuts, circumstantial whatever." and it's like MOTHERFUCKER REALLY?! THIS SHIT IS LOCKED DOWN, YOUR GUY IS FUCKED, AND THAT'S ALL YOU GOT?!
And so BILL WANNABE gets rearraigned for this new murder as well, and he's brought on a second defense attorney to help the first one because she's so fucking incompetent, and they somehow get the three murder charges separated into three different trials. If you don't know, normally it makes sense that when one person commits many crimes, you charge that person with those crimes as a collection into a single trial, because that one person did all those things. When someone kills three people, you charge them with three murders, and you put them on trial once, for those three murders, because they fucking killed three people in the same way so clearly there's a connection and it makes sense. So they got that thrown out, with the three being tried as separate cases. Because... the women didn't know each other. Or some shit. Some irrelevant, stupid bullshit that has nothing to do with any amount of sense in the real world or the SVU world.
As it turns out, it doesn't matter.
They go to trial and the whole time, the new defense attorney has an objection to EVERYTHING. "Your honor, I object, this is prejudicial." and the DA stares at him like the fucking moron he is, and he says "... It's the crime scene." and the judge is like "Overruled", with an unspoken "You fucking moron" tagged on at the end there. And "I object, your honor, this is prejudicial" - when they're talking about how the body was dismembered and disposed of, like that shit has ever been irrelevant to the murder and trying of a murder in a court of law. AND THAT OBJECTION ALMOST WORKS.
So they have proof now that BILL WANNABE went to the victim's house and chopped her up and threw her ass in the ocean, and he gets called to the stand and he's like "Yeah, I did that. In self defense." AND THE COLLECTIVE BRAINS OF EVERY LAWYER ON EARTH COMMITTED SUICIDE. This guy went to the house of a star witness! Of the case he was being tried for! And she ends up dead! And dismembered! And disposed of and hidden in the ocean! AND HIM AND TWO UPPER-CLASS CORPORATE LAWYERS STAND BEHIND HIM STRAIGHT-FACED AS HE SAYS SELF DEFENSE.
How could they possibly win this case where there's an abundance of ridiculously obvious and damning evidence and the defense attorneys are clearly incompetent and incapable of winning? How. How could they possibly.
How? I'll tell you how.
The motherfucker admits to it. On tape. Knowing he was being taped.
Turns out, when he was first questioned, before he called his lawyer, they brought him into a room and told him it was recorded. And then they left him alone in there for him to call his lawyer, and he started talking to himself, ADMITTING TO THE FUCKING MURDERS THEY WERE ACCUSING HIM OF. IN GREAT DETAIL. EXPLAINING TO HIMSELF HOW HE WAS FRAMING THE OTHER GUY. SAYING OUT LOUD HOW HE WAS GOING TO MURDER THIS THIRD WITNESS CHICK.
And nobody bothered watching the fucking tape for that long to see this, until now!
So he pleads guilty. Motherfucking, obviously. Fuck sake.
Now we've got the CLARICE STARLING WANNABE from before, and she's hanging out with HANNIBAL WANNABE for whatever reason while he's in jail, and he's like "Hey you're pregnant, and now I'm gonna say some creepy shit about how my wife who was just killed by that other guy is how reincarnated as your baby, even though you got pregnant way before she died so that makes absolutely no sense on the face of it even according to the fucked up stupid logic of its own universe." and instead of laughing at him like the fucking moron he is, she is visibly shaken as though he said some shit that she knew all along, and she leaves, and as she's leaving he's like "You'll be back!", and what she does, is pause and then leave. What any normal, sane person would do would be to LAUGH AND THEN SAY NO THE FUCK I WON'T YOU CRAZY STUPID FUCK and flip him the fuck off as you cartwheel out of there, leaving his ass in jail to bask in his now-irrelevance to your life because the related case is now closed.
So that's how they start season 17 of Law and Order SVU. Incompetent EVERYTHING, exaggerated EVERYTHING, irritatingly stupid EVERYTHING. And I didn't even go into that great of detail! There was two hours of this stupid horseshit! I just gave the fucking cliffnotes! The stupid, stupid cliffnotes.
Oh and they had the previews for the next episode. And that storyline is that some black kids are bullying a trans white kid and accidentally push him off a bridge, and he dies. So clearly it's an open-and-shut case of Involuntary Manslaughter, right? Accidental death. You have it actually-on-film, it was an accident, this is what happened. So what's the dramatic twist? They're trying the black kid as an adult, presumably charging him with straight-up murder. Yeah, that makes sense. I mean, it makes sense after having seen the previous episodes. By comparison it's a lot less stupid. But it's still pretty fucking stupid.
Dear Law and Order SVU: I hope this is the season you get cancelled. Because holy shit, you're clearly begging for it at this point. You're a horse with four broken legs screaming to be put out of its misery, and I can only hope you get it before you're allowed to continue fucking up the image of what used to be a solid TV series.
EDIT: When I wrote this, I hadn't yet seen The Jinx, the documentary about Robert Durst. I didn't yet know that these episodes were essentially recreations of what happened with that guy.
It was infuriating then, and it's infuriating now. I understand "ripped from the headlines" storylines, I understand that sometimes reality is stranger than fiction, but you're still creating fiction. You're still creating a story. Since you aren't writing True Crime stories, you're creating fiction, and when you do that, everything you write is your own. Everything you say and do with the creation of this story is purposeful within its own universe. You keep the camera pointed on someone for a little too long? You're saying something with that. You have some characters be uncharacteristically stupid to mimic the actions of people who aren't those characters? You're saying something there. Everything you do is an expression of purpose.
So when your fiction reflects stupid reality, but it doesn't adapt it to be not-stupid fiction, or at least stupid fiction that's self-aware of its stupidity, then all you have is stupid fiction without the benefit of something having been real. Reality doesn't need to make sense. Fiction does.
What happened here was that the writers of SVU watched The Jinx, and they were like "That shit is crazy, let's do an episode on that" - and they basically copy-pasted everything into a script and called it finished. I hope I don't have to explain to you that that's not how writing works.
The story being based on reality doesn't change the fact that it's badly written. They did a shitty job turning it into a TV episode, importing the events into an unrelated TV universe while keeping said universe coherent with the rest of its own episodes.
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2017.07.29 13:25 Scooter1984 "The Jinx: Robert Durst"

I am SURE this guy has been bought up here before, but I was watching the HBO doc, Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst, and he immediately made me think of this Reptilian concept
Robert Durst was born filthy rich to a powerful businessman. His wife, his girlfriend, and his neighbor all wound up murdered and he was never convicted. His neighbor was even chopped into pieces, and he got off on a self defense plea.
He reached out to the filmmakers of a film based on him, All Good Things with Ryan Gosling, after the film premiered, asking to do an interview and tell his side.
I believe the whole series is on YT for those interested, but you can skip around on Episode 1 here and see what he's like
If anybody is Reptilian, check out his black, empty eyes. He is obviously a sociopath, the way he speaks with little things about these deaths with little empathy or care. His vocal mannerisms, his facial tics like a "hard blink" when he's lying, as if he's trying to surpress his thoughts. To me, he comes off like a cold alien, who is trying to get away with appearing human.
After a murder, the killer (presumably) sent the police a letter, informing them of the body, with BEVERLEY HILLS spelled wrong. During the course of filming, an old friend comes across a letter written by Durst, the exact same handwriting, style, and misspelling.
In the final interview, the filmmakers confront him with it, and he attempts to play it off like it's non-news, he doesn't know why the writing is the same. As he's talking, he's doing this weird burping/yawning, when it's over, he goes to use the bathroom, forgetting he's still got a mic on, and immediately loses it, talking to himself as if he's talking to a split personality, or his Reptilian brain is reacting and taking over, it sounds creepy af. Reminds me of Lord Of The Rings' Gollum
"Oh here's the bathroom!" Closes the door "There it is. You're caught..... You were wrong, of course. But you can't imagine..... 'Arrest him!'.... I don't know what's in the house...... Ohhh, I want this!...... He was right. I was wrong..... And the burping! Makes loud grunt/burp ..... I'm having difficulty with the question..... What the hell did I do? ....... Killed them all, of course."
Imagine how lucky the filmmakers are that they got that letter and caught that on tape. Here's the scene
He was arrested shortly after the filmmakers turned the evidence to authorities.
Anyways, I was watching him and immediately thought of this theory, so I figured I'd share for anybody who doesn't know of him.
Interesting doc series, worth watching. Speaking of, I wonder who the sociopathic Reptilian brains are, if any, in the Steven Avery, Making A Murderer trial.....
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2017.06.29 07:36 dkstone Current Wanted List

Seeking these titles that will port to VUDU, preferably HD when available
If you have a code I want and I don't have a title you want, I am open to discussing purchasing your code
Priority Want Lists Are Bolded
Priority Want List The Matrix - Reloaded Indiana Jones Raiders of the Lost Ark iTunes Dune Flintstones The Godfather Part 3 Rear Window Book of Henry Being Again The Show S.M.A.R.T Chase Papillon Eigth Grade Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome Mad Max Road Warrior 1981 Gemini Bad Night at the El Royale American Animals Gemini A.X.L. Monsters and Men On the Basis of Sex At Eternity's Gate Speed Kills The Road to El Dorado Chicken Run Johnny English Strikes Again First Man Requiem for a Dream American Renegades Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween A Private War Reign Of The Supermen
TV Shows Strike Back S5 The Expanse S3 The Last Ship S5
Needed Codes List Don't Worry He wont get very far on Foot What If Best F(r)iends Midnigt Meat Train Loving Tom and Jerry's Magical Misadventures Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness Shaun The Sheep: The Farmers Llamas SD Alex & Me American Pastoral Armed Response Cheech & Chongs: Up In Smoke Cop Car Dark Crimes Don't think twice Elvis Presley The Searcher Forever My Girl Freeheld Happy Time Murders itunes How to talk to Girls at Parties I Kill Giants Inconceivable Kill Switch LEGO Scooby-Doo!: Blowout Beach Bash Absolutely Anything Little Rascals Save the Day Loving Vincent Man Down Max 2 Oldboy Ordinary World Scooby-Doo Wrestlmania Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Speed Demon Search Party Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero She's Funny That Way Stronger The Dinner The East The Florida Project The Good Lie The Last Word The Little Hours The Lost Cit of Z The Stray Time Freak Trash Tulip Fever Unlocked Where is Kyra? Whitney Woman Walks Ahead First Man Halloween The Last Of Robin Hood
TV Shows Animal Kingdom S1 Arrow S 1,2, 6, 7 Banshee S3 Bates Motel S1, S3 Batman Beyond s 1, 3 Blindspot Season 2 Flintstones S1, 2, 3, 4 Getting On: Season 1 Helix: Season 2 Legends of Tomorrow 2, 3, 4 Little House on the Prairie 6, 7, 8 Masters of Sex: S3, 4 Mr. Robot 1, 2 , 3 Nikita all seasons Pretty Little Liars All Seasons Rick and Morty S1 Shannara Chronicles s2 Silcon Valley 1, 3 Supergirl 2, 3, 4 The 100 Season 2, 3, 4 , 5 The Blacklist s5, 6 The Expanse s3 The Last Ship 4 The Originals: Seasons 2,3,4 Vice Principals s2 Walking Dead 1,2,3 , 8, 9
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2017.06.15 06:48 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2007 (out of the 5,337 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. Care Bears: Oopsy Does It! (Director: Davis Doi)
  2. Continental, un film sans fusil (Director: Stéphane Lafleur)
  3. Her Best Move (Director: Norm Hunter)
  4. Meet The Robinsons (Director: Stephen j. Anderson)
  5. Moondance Alexander (Director: Michael Damian)
  6. Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium (Director: Zach Helm)
  7. Ratatouille (Directors: Brad Bird + Jan Pinkava)
  8. The Fox + The Child (Director: Luc Jacquet)
  9. The Secret Of The Magic Gourd (Director: Frankie Chung)
  10. Where Is Winky’s Horse (Director: Mischa Kamp)
  1. A Plumm Summer (Director: Caroline Zelder)
  2. Alvin + The Chipmunks (Director: Tim Hill)
  3. Americanizing Shelley (Director: Lorraine Senna)
  4. Are We Done Yet? (Director: Steve Carr)
  5. August Rush (Director: Kirsten Sheridan)
  6. Battle For Terra (Director: Aristomenis Tsirbas)
  7. Beauty and the Beast: A Latter-Day Tale (Directors: B.J. Alexander + Brian Brough)
  8. Becoming Jane (Director: Julian Jarrold)
  9. Bee Movie (Directors: Steve Hickner + Simon J. Smith)
  10. Believe (Director: Loki Mulholland)
  11. Bratz (Director: Sean McNamara)
  12. Bride + Doom (Director: Michael S. Lucas)
  13. Bridge To Terabithia (Director: Gabor Csupo)
  14. California Dreaming (Director: Linda Voorhees)
  15. Caramel (Director: Nadine Labaki)
  16. Christmas Story (Director: Juha Wuolijoki)
  17. Christmas In Wonderland (Director: James Orr)
  18. Closing Escrow (Directors: Armen Kaprelian + Kent Llewellyn)
  19. Daddy Day Camp (Director: Fred Savage)
  20. Death Defying Acts (Director: Gillian Armstrong)
  21. Donkey Xote (Donkey X) (Director: Jose Pozo)
  22. El viaje de la nonna (Director: Batan Silva)
  23. Elf Bowling the Movie: The Great North Pole Elf Strike (Directors: Dave Kim + Rex Piano)
  24. Enchanted (Director: Kevin Lima)
  25. Evan Almighty (Director: Tom Shadyac)
  26. Fantastic 4: Rise Of The Silver Surfer (Director: Tim Story)
  27. Finding Rin Tin Tin (Director: Danny Lerner)
  28. Firehouse Dog (Director: Todd Holland)
  29. Fishtales (Director: Alki David)
  30. Frank (Director: Douglas Cheney)
  31. Fred Claus (Director: David Dobkin)
  32. Hairspray (Director: Adam Shankman)
  33. Heber Holiday (Director: McKay Daines)
  34. Inside The Locket (Director: Daniel Tadin)
  35. La leyenda de la Nahuala (Director: Ricardo Arnaiz)
  36. La vida por un rato de placer (Director: Emilio Vega)
  37. Like Stars On Earth (Director: Aamir Khan + Amole Gupte)
  38. Martian Child (Director: Menno Meyjes)
  39. Mr. Bean’s Holiday (Director: Steve Bendelack)
  40. Mug Travel (Director: Lim Ah-ron)
  41. Nancy Drew (Director: Andrew Fleming)
  42. National Treasure: Book Of Secrets (Director: Jon Turteltaub)
  43. No Reservations (Director: Scott Hicks)
  44. Noëlle (Director: David Wall)
  45. Owl + The Sparrow (Director: Stephane Gauger)
  46. Piccadilly Cowboy (Director: Tyler Ford)
  47. Pride (Director: Sunu Gonera)
  48. Randy + The Mob (Director: Ray McKinnon)
  49. Razzle Dazzle (Director: Darren Ashton)
  50. Saawariya (Director: Sanjay Leela Bhansali)
  51. Sarah Landon and the Paranormal Hour (Director: Lisa Comrie)
  52. Saving Sarah Cain (Director: Michael Landon, Jr.)
  53. Shrek The Third (Directors: Chris Miller + Raman Hui)
  54. Simple Things (Director: Andrew C. Erin)
  55. Surf’s Up (Director: Ash Brannon + Chris Buck)
  56. TMNT (Director: Kevin Munroe)
  57. Taking 5 (Director: Andrew Waller)
  58. The 11th Hour (Director: Zelalem Woldemariam)
  59. The Bracelet Of Bordeaux (Director: Casey Kelly)
  60. The Dance (Director: McKay Daines)
  61. The Game Plan (Director: Andy Fickman)
  62. The Haunting Of Marsten Manor (Director: Dave Sapp)
  63. The Last Mimzy (Director: Robert Shaye)
  64. The List (Director: Gary Wheeler)
  65. The Perfect Holiday (Director: Lance Rivera)
  66. The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising (Director: David L. Cunningham)
  67. The Ten Commandments (Directors: Bill Boyce + John Stronach)
  68. The Three Investigators and the Secret of Skeleton Island (Director: Florian Baxmeyer)
  69. The Water Horse (Director: Jay Russell)
  70. Turn Around (Director: Brian Brough)
  71. Uncle P (Director: Bernard Gourley)
  72. Underdog (Director: Frederik Du Chau)
  73. Veritas, Prince Of Truth (Director: Arturo Ruiz-Esparza)
  74. Welcome To Paradise (Director: Brent Huff)
  75. White Air (Director: U. Wolfgang Wagenknecht)
  1. 12 (Director: Nikita Mikhalkov)
  2. 1408 (Director: Mikael Håfström)
  3. 1971 (Director: Amrit Sagar)
  4. 48 Angels (Director: Marion Comer)
  5. A Dance For Bethany (Director: Brian Gurley)
  6. Aberration (Director: Douglas Elford-Argent)
  7. Across The Universe (Director: Julie Taymor)
  8. Adventures Of Johnny Tao (Director: Kenn Scott)
  9. Amexicano (Director: Matthew Bonifacio)
  10. Appleseed Ex Machina (Director: Shinji Aramaki)
  11. Arnolds Park (Director: Gene Teigland)
  12. Attack Of The Gryphon (Director: Andrew Prowse)
  13. August Evening (Director: Chris Eska)
  14. Bagboy (National Lampoon’s) (Director: Mort Nathan)
  15. Balls Of Fury (Director: Robert Ben Garant)
  16. Be My Baby (Director: Bryce Olson)
  17. Because I Said So (Director: Michael Lehmann)
  18. Before The Rains (Director: Santosh Sivan)
  19. Beowulf (Director: Robert Zemeckis)
  20. Bheja Fry (Director: Sagar Ballary)
  21. Big Man Japan (Director: Hitoshi Matsumoto)
  22. Blackwater (Directors: Bill Rogers, Bill Schreiber + R. Douglas Zipperer)
  23. Blades Of Glory (Directors: Josh Gordon + Will Speck)
  24. Blonde Ambition (Director: Scott Marshall)
  25. Blonde + Blonder (Director: Dean Hamilton)
  26. Blood + Chocolate (Director: Katja von Garnier)
  27. Boxboarders! (Director: Rob Hedden)
  28. Breach (Director: Billy Ray)
  29. Breakfast With Scot (Director: Laurie Lynd)
  30. Brick Lane (Director: Sarah Gavron)
  31. Broken English (Director: Zoe R. Cassavetes)
  32. Cassandra’s Dream (Director: Woody Allen)
  33. Code Name: The Cleaner (Director: Les Mayfield)
  34. Cosmic Radio (Director: Stephen Savage)
  35. Cover (Director: Bill Duke)
  36. Daddy’s Little Girls (Director: Tyler Perry)
  37. Dan In Real Life (Director: Peter Hedges)
  38. December Boys (Director: Rod Hardy)
  39. Delta Farce (Director: C.B. Harding)
  40. Disturbia (Director: D.J. Caruso)
  41. Dragon Wars: D-War (Director: Hyung-rae Shim)
  42. Elizabeth (Director: Shekhar Kapur)
  43. Elvis + Anabelle (Director: Will Geiger)
  44. Emotional Arithmetic (Director: Paolo Barzman)
  45. Epic Movie (Directors: Jason Friedberg + Aaron Seltzer)
  46. Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone (Directors: Masayuki, Kazuya Tsurumaki + Hideaki Anno)
  47. Evening (Director: Lajos Koltai)
  48. Feel The Noise (Director: Alejandro Chomski)
  49. First Born (Director: Isaac Webb)
  50. First Night Out (Director: Kurt Struss)
  51. Flawless (Director: Michael Radford)
  52. Freedom Writers (Director: Richard LaGravenese)
  53. Full Of It (Director: Christian Charles)
  54. Furry Hamsters From Hell (Director: Robert Thayer)
  55. Ghost Image (Director: Jack Snyder)
  56. Ghost Rider (Director: Mark Steven Johnson)
  57. Goal II: Living The Dream (Director: Jaume Collet-Serra)
  58. Grace Is Gone (Director: Jim Strouse)
  59. Gracie (Director: Davis Guggenheim)
  60. Happy Valley (Director: Tina Murgas)
  61. Harry Potter + The Order OF The Phoenix (Director: David yates)
  62. Harvest Of Redemption (Director: Javier Chapa)
  63. Honeydripper (Director: John Sayles)
  64. Hot Rod (Director: Akiva Schaffer)
  65. How She Move (Director: Ian Iqbal Rashid)
  66. Humble Pie (Director: Chris Bowman)
  67. I Am Legend (Director: Francis Lawrence)
  68. I Could Never Be Your Woman (Director: Amy Heckerling)
  69. I Now Pronounce You Chuck + Larry (Director: Dennis Dugan)
  70. Imprint (Director: Michael Linn)
  71. In The Land Of Women (Director: Jon Kasdan)
  72. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale (Director: Uwe Boll)
  73. Juno (Director: Jason Reitman)
  74. Kabluey (Director: Scott Prendergast)
  75. Kickin’ It Old Skool (Director: Harvey Glazer)
  76. King Of California (Director: Mike Cahill)
  77. La Vie en Rose (Director: Olivier Dahan)
  78. Ladrón que roba a ladrón (Director: Joe Menendez)
  79. Lars + The Real Girl (Director: Craig Gillespie)
  80. License To Wed (Director: Ken Kwapis)
  81. Limbo (Director: Mitch Temple)
  82. Live Free Or Die Hard (Director: Len Wiseman)
  83. Love + Honor (Director: Dwight Brooks)
  84. Love + Mary (Director: Elizabeth Harrison)
  85. Lucky You (Director: Curtis Hanson)
  86. Mama’s Boy (Director: Tim Hamilton)
  87. Man In The Chair (Director: Michael Schroeder)
  88. Manuela + Manuel (Director: Raúl Marchand Sánchez)
  89. Marigold (Director: Willard Carroll)
  90. Married Life (Director: Ira Sachs)
  91. Molière (Director: Laurent Tirard)
  92. Moola (Director: Don Most)
  93. Moving McAllister (Director: Andrew Black)
  94. Mr. Art Critic (Director: Richard Brauer)
  95. Mr. Woodcock (Director: Craig Gillespie)
  96. Music + Lyrics (Director: Marc Lawrence)
  97. My Blueberry Nights (Director: Kar-Wai Wong)
  98. Natalie (Directors: Dane DeFea + Michael DiGiorgio, Jr.)
  99. Netherbeast Incorporated (Director: Dean Matthew Ronalds)
  100. Next (Director: Lee Tamahori)
  101. Nina + The Mystery Of The Secret Room (Director: Stephen Eckelberry)
  102. Norbit (Director: Brian Robbins)
  103. O’Horten (Director: Bent Hamer)
  104. Ocean’s Thirteen (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  105. Om Shanti Om (Director: Farah Khan)
  106. One Piece: Episode of Alabaster - Sabaku no Ojou to Kaizoku Tachi (Director: Takahiro Imamura)
  107. P.S. I Love You (Director: Richard LaGravenese)
  108. Pain Within (Director: Rawn Hutchinson)
  109. Palo Alto, CA (Director: Brad Leong)
  110. Passage To Zarahemla (Director: Chris Heimerdinger)
  111. Persepolis (Directors: Vincent Paronnaud + Marjane Satrapi)
  112. Ping Pong Playa (Director: Jessica Yu)
  113. Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World’s End (Director: Gore Verbinski)
  114. Premonition (Director: Mennan Yapo)
  115. Quemar las naves (Director: Francisco Franco Alba)
  116. Rails + Ties (Director: Alison Eastwood)
  117. Redline (Director: Andy Cheng)
  118. Resurrecting The Champ (Director: Rod Lurie)
  119. Roses Of April (Director: Claudia Damasceno)
  120. Rush Hour III (Director: Brett Ratner)
  121. Shiloh Falls (Director: Adrian Fulle)
  122. Shotgun Stories (Director: Jeff Nichols)
  123. Solitaire (Director: Evan Atwood)
  124. Son Of Rambow (Director: Garth Jennings)
  125. Spider-Man 3 (Director: Sam Raimi)
  126. Spiral (Directors: Adam Green + Joel David Moore)
  127. St. Trinian’s (Directors: Oliver Parker + Barnaby Thompson)
  128. Stardust (Director: Matthew Vaughn)
  129. Starting Out In The Evening (Director: Andrew Wagner)
  130. Starting From Scratch (Director: Tha Voyce)
  131. Still Small Voices (Director: Mario Azzopardi)
  132. Stomp The Yard (Director: Sylvain White)
  133. Suburban Girl (Director: Marc Klein)
  134. Sydney White (Director: Joe Nussbaum)
  135. The Baker (Director: Gareth Lewis)
  136. The Band’s Visit (Director: Eran Kolirin)
  137. The Bourne Ultimatum (Director: Paul Greengrass)
  138. The Bucket List (Director: Rob Reiner)
  139. The Comebacks (Director: Tom Brady)
  140. The Dead One (Director: Brian Cox)
  141. The Diving Bell + The Butterfly (Director: Julian Schnabel)
  142. The Dukes (Director: Robert Davi)
  143. The Fall Of Night (Director: Derrick Warfel)
  144. The Final Season (Director: David M. Evans)
  145. The Gentleman (Director: Joe Valenti)
  146. The Golden Compass (Director: Chris Weitz)
  147. The Great Debaters (Director: Denzel Washington)
  148. The Invasion (Directors: Oliver Hirschbiegel + James McTeigue)
  149. The Invisible (Director: David S. Goyer)
  150. The Jane Austen Book Club (Director: Robin Swicord)
  151. The Kite Runner (Director: Marc Forster)
  152. The Last Legion (Director: Doug Lefler)
  153. The Last Sin Eater (Director: Michael Landon, Jr.)
  154. The List (Director: Brandon Sonnier)
  155. The Living Wake (Director: Sol Tryon)
  156. The Messengers (Directors: Danny Pang + Oxide Chun Pang)
  157. The Nanny Diaries (Directors: Shari Springer Berman + Robert Pulcini)
  158. The Neighbor (Director: Eddie O’Flaherty)
  159. The Riddle (Director: Brendan Foley)
  160. The Simpsons Movie (Director: David Silverman)
  161. The Speed Track (Director: Jayasurya)
  162. The Unknown Trilogy (Directors: Brian Cavallaro + Sal Mazzotta)
  163. The Visitor (Director: Tim McCarthy)
  164. The World Unseen (Director: Shamim Sarif)
  165. This Christmas (Director: Preston A. Whitmore II)
  166. Three Days To Vegas (Director: Charlie Picerni)
  167. Tijuana Makes Me Happy (Director: Dylan Verrechia)
  168. Tortilla Heaven (Director: Judy Hecht Dumontet)
  169. Transformers (Director: Michael Bay)
  170. Treasure Raiders (Director: Brent Huff)
  171. Vegas Background (Director: Jackamoe Buzzell)
  172. Vexille (Director: Fumihiko Sori)
  173. Waitress (Director: Adrienne Shelly)
  174. War Eagle, Arkansas (Director: Robert Milazzo)
  175. When Did You Last See Your Father? (Director: Anand Tucker)
  176. When Nietzsche Wept (Director: Pinchas Perry)
  177. White Noise II: The Light (Director: Patrick Lussier)
  178. Who’s Your Caddy? (Director: Don Michael Paul)
  179. Why Did I Get Married? (Director: Tyler Perry)
  180. Wild Hogs (Director: Walt Becker)
  181. Year Of The Dog (Director: Mike White)
  1. 2 Days In Paris (Director: Julie Delpy)
  2. 28 Weeks Later... (Director: Juan Carlos Fresnadillo)
  3. 30 Days Of Night (Director: David Slade)
  4. 3:10 To Yuma (Director: James Mangold)
  5. 7 Colombian Kilos (Director: Zeke Gonzales)
  6. 88 Minutes (Director: Jon Avnet)
  7. A Mighty Heart (Director: Michael Winterbottom)
  8. A Poor Kid’s Guide To Success (Director: Thomas Dagnino)
  9. Adrift In Manhattan (Director: Alfredo Rodriguez de Villa)
  10. Afghan Nights (Director: Allan Harmon)
  11. Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem (Directors: Colin Strause + Greg Strause)
  12. All Hat (Director: Leonard Farlinger)
  13. Along The Way (Director: Andrew Bowen)
  14. Already Dead (Director: Joe Otting)
  15. American Gangster (Director: Ridley Scott)
  16. American Loser (Director: Tod Harrison Williams)
  17. An American Crime (Director: Tommy O’Haver)
  18. Anamorph (Director: Henry Miller)
  19. Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters (Directors: Matt Maiellaro + Dave Willis)
  20. Artifacts (Directors: Giles Daoust + Emmanuel Jespers)
  21. Assassins’ Reunion (Director: Daniel Gaffouri)
  22. Atonement (Director: Joe Wright)
  23. Awake (Director: Joby Harold)
  24. Bad Girl Island (Director: Stewart Raffill)
  25. Bad Girls (Director: Fernando Sariñana)
  26. Badland (Director: Francesco Lucente)
  27. Battle For Haditha (Director: Nick Broomfield)
  28. Battle In Seattle (Director: Stuart Townsend)
  29. Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead (Director: Sidney Lumet)
  30. Beneath (Director: Dagen Merrill)
  31. Big Stan (Director: Rob Schneider)
  32. Bird In A Glass House (Director: Hannah Dennis)
  33. Black Irish (Director: Brad Gann)
  34. Black Water (Directors: David Nerlich + Andrew Traucki)
  35. Blind Eye (Director: Mark McNabb)
  36. Blood Brothers (Director: Alexi Tan)
  37. Blue Lake Butcher (Director: Michael Saquella)
  38. Blue State (Director: Marshall Lewy)
  39. Boarding Gate (Director: Olivier Assayas)
  40. Body Armour (Director: Gerry Lively)
  41. Bone Dry (Director: Brett A. Hart)
  42. Borderland (Director: Zev Berman)
  43. Born (Director: Richard Friedman)
  44. Boy A (Director: John Crowley)
  45. Broken Arrows (Director: Reid Gershbein)
  46. Brooklyn Rules (Director: Michael Corrente)
  47. Brotherhood Of Blood (Directors: Michael Roesch + Peter Scheerer)
  48. Brothers Three: An American Gothic (Director: Paul Kampf)
  49. Brutal Massacre: A Comedy (Director: Stevan Mena)
  50. Bunny Whipped (Director: Rafael Riera)
  51. Captivity (Director: Roland Joffé)
  52. Careless (Director: Peter Spears)
  53. Carnivorous (Director: Drew Maxwell)
  54. Catacombs (Directors: Tomm Coker + David Elliot)
  55. Cañitas. Presencia (Director: Julio Cesar Estrada)
  56. Chapter 27 (Director: J.P. Schaefer)
  57. Charlie Bartlett (Director: Jon Poll)
  58. Charlie Wilson’s War (Director: Mike Nichols)
  59. Chasing Robert (Director: Len Austrevich)
  60. Cherry Crush (Director: Nicholas DiBella)
  61. City Of Men (Director: Paulo Morelli)
  62. Cleaner (Director: Renny Harlin)
  63. Closing The Ring (Director: Richard Attenborough)
  64. Closure (Director: Dan Reed)
  65. Complete Map Of The Universe (Director: Nick Peterson)
  66. Control (Director: Anton Corbijn)
  67. Cook-Off! (Director: Guy Shalem)
  68. Cougar Club (Director: Christopher Duddy)
  69. Crashing (Director: Gary Walkow)
  70. Cthulhu (Director: Dan Gildark)
  71. Cuando las cosas suceden (Director: Antonio Peláez)
  72. Curse Of Alcatraz (Director: Daniel Zirilli)
  73. Dark Matter (Director: Shi-Zheng Chen)
  74. Day Zero (Director: Bryan Gunnar Cole)
  75. Days Of Darkness (Director: Jake Kennedy)
  76. Dead Silence (Director: James Wan)
  77. Dead Tone (Directors: Brian Hooks + Deon Taylor)
  78. Dead Wood (Directors: David Bryant, Sebastian Smith + Richard Stiles)
  79. Death Sentence (Director: James Wan)
  80. Death At A Funeral (Director: Frank Oz)
  81. Dedication (Director: Justin Theroux)
  82. Descent (Director: Talia Lugacy)
  83. Desperate Escape (Director: Ray Brown)
  84. Diamond Dogs (Directors: Shimon Dotan + Dolph Lundgren)
  85. Diary Of The Dead (Director: George A. Romero)
  86. Dos abrazos (Director: Enrique Begné)
  87. Dreaming Of Society (Director: Andreas G. Andreou)
  88. Drive Thru (Directors: Brendan Cowles + Shane Kuhn)
  89. Eagle vs. Shark (Director: Taika Waititi)
  90. Eastern Promises (Director: David Cronenberg)
  91. Eden Log (Director: Franck Vestiel)
  92. El rey de la montaña (Director: Gonzalo López-Gallego)
  93. El último justo (Director: Manuel Carballo)
  94. Elite Squad (Director: José Padilha)
  95. Everybody Wants To Be Italian (Director: Jason Todd Ipson)
  96. Expired (Director: Cecilia Miniucchi)
  97. Ext: Hair Extensions (Director: Sion Sono)
  98. Fall Down Dead (Director: Jon Keeyes)
  99. Far North (Director: Asif Kapadia)
  100. Feast Of Love (Director: Robert Benton)
  101. Fighting Words (Director: E. Paul Edwards)
  102. Fighting With Anger (Director: Sam Um)
  103. Fist Of The Warrior (Director: Wayne Kennedy)
  104. Flash Point (Director: Wilson Yip)
  105. For Pete’s Wake! (Directors: James Alario + Robin Atkin Downes)
  106. Forest OF Death (Director: Danny Pang)
  107. Forfeit (Director: Andrea Shea)
  108. Four Sheets To The Wind (Director: Sterlin Harjo)
  109. Fracture (Director: Gregory Hoblit)
  110. Frayed (Directors: Norbert Caoili + Rob Portmann)
  111. Fugitive Pieces (Director: Jeremy Podeswa)
  112. Full Circle (Director: June Daguiso)
  113. Funny Games (Director: Michael Haneke)
  114. G.P.S. (Director: Eric Colley)
  115. Game Of Life (Director: Joseph Merhi)
  116. Gangsta Rap: The Glockumentary (Director: Coke Daniels)
  117. Gardener Of Evil (Director: Kevin Connolly)
  118. Genghis Khan: To The Ends Of The Earth + Sea (Director: Shin'ichirô Sawai)
  119. Georgia Rule (Director: Garry Marshall)
  120. Ghost Town: The Movie (Directors: Jeff Kennedy + Dean Teaster(
  121. Gone Baby Gone (Director: Ben Affleck)
  122. Good Luck Chuck (Director: Mark Helfrich)
  123. Great World Of Sound (Director: Craig Zobel)
  124. Greetings From The Shore (Director: Greg Chwerchak)
  125. Grindhouse (Directors: Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino, Eli Roth, Edgar Wright, + Rob Zombie)
  126. Guantanamero (Director: Vicente Peñarrocha)
  127. Hacia la oscuridad (Director: Antonio Negret)
  128. Hack! (Director: Matt Flynn)
  129. Hallam Foe (Director: David Mackenzie)
  130. Halloween (Director: Rob Zombie)
  131. Hannibal Rising (Director: Peter Webber)
  132. Hasta el viento tiene miedo (Director: Gustavo Moheno)
  133. Haunted Forest (Director: Mauro Borrelli)
  134. Headless Horseman (Director: Anthony C. Ferrante)
  135. Heavy Petting (Director: Marcel Sarmiento)
  136. Hitman (Director: Xavier Gens)
  137. Holding Trever (Director: Rosser Goodman)
  138. Home Of The Giants (Director: Rusty Gorman)
  139. Homo Erectus (Director: Adam Rifkin)
  140. Hostel, Part II (Director: Eli Roth)
  141. Hot Fuzz (Director: Edgar Wright)
  142. Hounddog (Director: Deborah Kampmeier)
  143. I Do + I Don’t (Director: Steve Blair)
  144. I Know Who Killed Me (Director: Chris Sivertson)
  145. I Think I Love My Wife (Director: Chris Rock)
  146. I Want Candy (Director: Stephen Surjik)
  147. I’m Not There (Director: Todd Haynes)
  148. I'm Through with White Girls (The Inevitable Undoing of Jay Brooks) (Director: Jennifer Sharp)
  149. Identity Theft (Director: Alfredo Rates)
  150. If I Had Know I Was A Genius (Director: Dominque Wirtschafter)
  151. Illegal Aliens (Director: David Giancola)
  152. Illegal Tender (Director: Franc. Reyes)
  153. In the Valley of Elah (Director: Paul Haggis)
  154. Inside (Director: Alexandre Bustillo + Julien Maury)
  155. Interview (Director: Steve Buscemi)
  156. Into The Wild (Director: Sean Penn)
  157. Introducing The Dwights (Director: Cherie Nowlan)
  158. Invisible Target (Director: Benny Chan)
  159. Irina Palm (Director: Sam Garbarski)
  160. J-ok’el (Director: Benjamin Williams)
  161. Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer (Director: Jon Knautz)
  162. Jessie + Jill (Director: Dakkan Abbe)
  163. Joshua (Director: George Ratliff)
  164. Jump Offs (Director: Derrick Simmons)
  165. Juncture (Director: James Seale)
  166. Kaw (Director: Sheldon Wilson)
  167. Kill Buljo: The Movie (Director: Tommy Wirkola)
  168. Kiss The Bride (Director: C. Jay Cox)
  169. Knocked Up (Director: Judd Apatow)
  170. Kush (Director: York Alec Shackleton)
  171. L.A.A.P Presents Family Values (Director: Derek D. Dow)
  172. L.A. Blues (Director: Ian Gurvitz)
  173. Lake Dead (Director: George Bessudo)
  174. Left For Dead (Director: Christopher Harrison)
  175. Left For Dead (Director: Albert Pyun)
  176. Leningrad (Director: Aleksandr Buravskiy)
  177. Life Goes On (Director: Brian Lawrence)
  178. Lions For Lambs (Director: Robert Redford)
  179. Live! (Director: Bill Guttentag)
  180. Lone Star Blues (Director: JD Sitter)
  181. Look (Director: Adam Rifkin)
  182. Love In The Time Of Cholera (Director: Mike Newell)
  183. Love...And Other Four Letter Words (Director: Steven Ayromlooi)
  184. Loveless In Los Angeles (Director: Archie Gips)
  185. Lovesickness (Directors: Carlitos Ruiz Ruiz + Mariem Pérez Riera)
  186. Machine (Director: Michael Lazar)
  187. Margot At The Wedding (Director: Noah Baumbach)
  188. Meet Bill (Directors: Bernie Goldmann + Melisa Wallack)
  189. Metamorphosis (Director: Jenö Hodi)
  190. Mexican Sunrise (Director: Rowdy Stovall)
  191. Michael Clayton (Director: Tony Gilroy)
  192. Millennium Crisis (Director: Andrew Bellware)
  193. Mirageman (Director: Ernesto Diaz Espinoza)
  194. Missionary Man (Director: Dolph Lundgren)
  195. Money (Director: San Banarje)
  196. Mongol: The Rise Of Genghis Khan (Director: Sergei Bodrov)
  197. Moscow Chill (Director: Chris Solimine)
  198. Mosquita muerta (Director: Joaquin Bissner)
  199. Mother Of Tears (Director: Dario Argento)
  200. Mr. Brooks (Director: Bruce A. Evans)
  201. Muay Thai Fighter (Director: Kongkiat Khormsiri)
  202. Murderess (Director: Scott Coblio)
  203. Music Within (Director: Steven Sawalich)
  204. My Brother Is An Only Child (Director: Daniele Luchetti)
  205. My Daughter, My Angel (Director: Alexis Durand-Brault)
  206. My Name Is Bruce (Director: Bruce Campbell)
  207. My Sexiest Year (Director: Howard Himelstein)
  208. Nailed (Director: Gabriel Dowrick)
  209. Naked Fear (Director: Thom Eberhardt)
  210. Nanking (Directors: Bill Guttentag + Dan Sturman)
  211. Natasha (Director: Jag Mundhra)
  212. Never Forever (Director: Gina Kim)
  213. New York City Serenade (Director: Frank Whaley)
  214. Night Junkies (Director: Lawrence Pearce)
  215. Night Skies (Director: Roy Knyrim)
  216. Nightmare City 2035 (Director: Terence H. Winkless)
  217. Nightwatching (Director: Peter Greenaway)
  218. Nitro (Director: Alain Desrochers)
  219. No Country For Old Men (Director: Joel Coen)
  220. Nobel Son (Director: Randall Miller)
  221. Normal (Director: Carl Bessai)
  222. Normal Adolescent Behavior (Director: Beth Schacter)
  223. Numb (Director: Harris Goldberg)
  224. Nympha (Director: Ivan Zuccon)
  225. Octane (Director: Mark Jay)
  226. Once (Director: John Carney)
  227. Opapatika (Director: Thanakorn Pongsuwan)
  228. Outlaw (Director: Nick Love)
  229. P.O.E. (Directors: Damon Diddit + Natural Langdon)
  230. P2 (Director: Franck Khalfoun)
  231. Paranoid Park (Director: Gus Van Sant)
  232. Paranormal Activity (Director: Oren Peli)
  233. Partition (Director: Vic Sarin)
  234. Pathfinder (Director: Marcus Nispel)
  235. Payback (Director: Eric Norris)
  236. Perfect Stranger (Director: James Foley)
  237. Pigs (Director: Karl DiPelino)
  238. Poor Boy’s Game (Director: Clement Virgo)
  239. Postal (Director: Uwe Boll)
  240. Pretty Cool Too (Director: Rolfe Kanefsky)
  241. Primal (Director: Steffen Schlachtenhaufen)
  242. Primeval (Director: Michael Katleman)
  243. Prism (Director: David G. Simmons)
  244. Protégé (Director: Tung-Shing Yee)
  245. Psycho Ward (Director: Patrick McBrearty)
  246. Puffball: The Devils Eyeball (Director: Nicolas Roeg)
  247. Raiders Of The Damned (Director: Milko Davis)
  248. [rec.] (Directors: Jaume Balagueró + Paco Plaza)
  249. Redacted (Director: Brian De Palma)
  250. Redrum (Director: Kenny Young)
  251. Reign Over Me (Director: Mike Binder)
  252. Remember The Daze (Director: Jess Manafort)
  253. Remnants (Director: George Hughes)
  254. Rendition (Director: Gavin Hood)
  255. Reno 911!: Miami (Director: Robert Ben Garant)
  256. Reservation Road: Terry George)
  257. Resident Evil: Extinction (Director: Russell Mulcahy)
  258. Ripple Effect (Director: Philippe Caland)
  259. Rise Of The Footsoldier (Director: Julian Gilbey)
  260. Rise: Blood Hunter (Director: Sebastian Gutierrez)
  261. Rockaway (Directors: Jeff Crook + Josh Crook)
  262. Rocket Science (Director: Jeffrey Blitz)
  263. Rogue (Director: Greg McLean)
  264. Roman de gare (Director: Claude Lelouch)
  265. Romulus, My Father (Director: Richard Roxburgh)
  266. Room 205 (Director: Martin Barnewitz)
  267. Run, Fatboy, Run (Director: David Schwimmer)
  268. Satanás (Director: Andrés Baiz)
  269. Saw IV (Director: Darren Lynn Bousman)
  270. Scar (Director: Jed Weintrob)
  271. Scorpion (Director: Julien Seri)
  272. Searchers 2.0 (Director: Alex Cox)
  273. September Dawn (Director: Christopher Cain)
  274. Sex + Breakfast (Director: Miles Brandman)
  275. Sex + Death 101 (Director: Daniel Waters)
  276. Shake Hands With The Devil (Director: Roger Spottiswoode)
  277. Shattered (Director: Mike Barker)
  278. Shelter (Director: Jonah Markowitz)
  279. Shoot ‘Em Up (Director: Michael Davis)
  280. Shoot On Sight (Director: Jag Mundhra)
  281. Shooter (Director: Antoine Fuqua)
  282. Showdown At Area 51 (Director: C. Roma)
  283. Silk (Director: François Girard)
  284. Sister’s Keeper (Director: Kent Faulcon)
  285. Skid Marks (Director: Karl Kozaz)
  286. Sleuth (Director: Kenneth Branagh)
  287. Slipstream (Director: Anthony Hopkins)
  288. Smiley Face (Director: Gregg Araki)
  289. Snow Angels (Director: David Gordon Green)
  290. South Of Pico (Director: Ernst Gossner)
  291. Speed Dating (Director: Tony Herbert)
  292. Speed Of Light (Director: Nick Peterson)
  293. Spiker (Director: Frank Zagarino)
  294. Spin (Director: Henry Pincus)
  295. Spin (Director: Dan Neira)
  296. Spinning Into Butter (Director: Mark Brokaw)
  297. Sportkill (Director: Craig McMahon)
  298. Spring 1941 (Director: Uri Barbash)
  299. Steel Toes (Directors: Mark Adam + David Gow)
  300. Steel Trap (Director: Luis Cámara)
  301. Stories USA (American Breakdown) (Directors: David Brooks, Paul Carafotes, M. Eastling, Tyrone Finch, Jeremy Hall, Gary Hawes + Erik MacArthur)
  302. Storm Warning (Director: Jamie Blanks)
  303. Strength + Honour (Director: Mark Mahon)
  304. Stuck (Director: Stuart Gordon)
  305. Sugarhouse (Director: Gary Love)
  306. Sukiyaki Western Django (Director: Takashi Miike)
  307. Sunshine (Director: Danny Boyle)
  308. Superbad (Director: Greg Mottola)
  309. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street (Director: Tim Burton)
  310. T.K.O. (Director: Declan Mulvey)
  311. Take (Director: Charles Oliver)
  312. Talk To Me (Director: Kasi Lemmons)
  313. Teeth (Director: Mitchell Lichtenstein)
  314. Ten Inch Hero (Director: David Mackay)
  315. The Air I Breathe (Director: Jieho Lee)
  316. The American StreetFighterz Trilogy Street Godz of War II (Director: David Daze)
  317. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (Director: Andrew Dominik)
  318. The Babysitters (Director: David Ross)
  319. The Black Pimpernel (Directors: Åsa Faringer + Ulf Hultberg)
  320. The Book Of Noah (Director: Drew Smith)
  321. The Box (Director: A.J. Kparr)
  322. The Brave One (Director: Neil Jordan)
  323. The Bros. (Director: Jonathan Figg)
  324. The Brothers Solomon (Director: Bob Odenkirk)
  325. The Cake Eaters (Director: Mary Stuart Masterson)
  326. The Cellar Door (Director: Matt Zettell)
  327. The Chair (Director: Brett Sullivan)
  328. The Color Of Freedom (Director: Bille August)
  329. The Condemned (Director: Scott Wiper)
  330. The Counterfeiters (Director: Stefan Ruzowitzky)
  331. The Cry (Director: Bernadine Santistevan)
  332. The Darjeeling Limited (Director: Wes Anderson)
  333. The Dead Time (Director: Martin Philip Stevens)
  334. The Death + Life Of Bobby Z (Director: John Herzfeld)
  335. The Deaths Of Ian Stone (Director: Dario Piana)
  336. The Education Of Charlie Banks (Director: Fred Durst)
  337. The Evil Woods (Director: Aaron Harvey)
  338. The Ferryman (Director: Chris Graham)
  339. The Fifth Patient (Director: Amir Mann)
  340. The Final Curtain (Director: Jeff Burton)
  341. The Flock (Director: Wai-Keung Lau)
  342. The Gene Generation (Director: Pearry Reginald Teo)
  343. The Girl Next Door (Director: Gregory M. Wilson)
  344. The Girl In The Park (Director: David Auburn)
  345. The Go-Getter (Director: Martin Hynes)
  346. The Good Life (Director: Stephen Berra)
  347. The Good Night (Director: Jake Paltrow)
  348. The Grand (Director: Zak Penn)
  349. The Gray Man (Director: Scott L. Flynn)
  350. The Hammer (Director: Charles Herman-Wurmfeld)
  351. The Heartbreak Kid (Directors: Bobby Farrelly + Peter Farrelly)
  352. The Hills Have Eyes II (Director: Martin Weisz)
  353. The Hitcher (Director: Dave Meyers)
  354. The Hunting Party (Director: Richard Shepard)
  355. The Killing Floor (Director: Gideon Raff)
  356. The Killing Gene (Director: Tom Shankland)
  357. The Kingdom (Director: Peter Berg)
  358. The Kite Flyer (Director: Sean Russell)
  359. The Last Sentinel (Director: Jesse V. Johnson)
  360. The Legend Of God’s Gun (Director: Mike Bruce)
  361. The Life Before Her Eyes (Director: Vadim Perelman)
  362. The Lookout (Director: Scott Frank)
  363. The Mark Of Cain (Director: Marc Munden)
  364. The Mist (Director: Frank Darabont)
  365. The Nines (Director: John August)
  366. The Number 23 (Director: Joel Schumacher)
  367. The Orphanage (Director: J. A. Bayona)
  368. The Parallel (Director: Jack Piandaryan)
  369. The Passage (Director: Mark Heller)
  370. The Poet (Director: Damian Lee)
  371. The Poughkeepsie Tapes (Director: John Erick Dowdle)
  372. The Rage (Director: Robert Kurtzman)
  373. The Reaping (Director: Stephen Hopkins)
  374. THe Rebel (Director: Charlie Nguyen)
  375. The Savages (Director: Tamara Jenkins)
  376. The Secret (Director: Vincent Perez)
  377. The Secrets (Director: Avi Nesher)
  378. The Shadow Within (Director: Silvana Zancolò)
  379. The Signal (Directors: David Bruckner, Dan Bush + Jacob Gentry)
  380. The Stone Angel (Director: Kari Skogland)
  381. The Substitute (Director: Ole Bornedal)
  382. The Take (Director: Brad Furman)
  383. The Tattooist (Director: Peter Burger)
  384. The Ten (Director: David Wain)
  385. The Tracey Fragments (Director: Bruce McDonald)
  386. The Ungodly (The Perfect Witness) (Director: Thomas Dunn)
  387. The Walker (Director: Paul Schrader)
  388. The Warlords (Directors: Peter Ho-Sun Chan + Wai Man Yip)
  389. The Wizard Of Gore (Director: Jeremy Kasten)
  390. The Wrath (Director: Julian Higgins)
  391. The Zone (Director: Rodrigo Plá)
  392. Then She Found Me (Director: Helen Hunt)
  393. There Will Be Blood (Director: Paul Thomas Anderson)
  394. They Wait (Director: Ernie Barbarash)
  395. Things We Lost In The Fire (Director: Susanne Bier)
  396. This Town (Director: Nick Marnos)
  397. Three Can Play That Game (Director: Samad Davis)
  398. Timber Falls (Director: Tony Giglio)
  399. Timecrimes (Director: Nacho Vigalondo)
  400. Tooth + Nail (Director: Mark Young)
  401. Torture Room (Director: Jim O’Rear)
  402. Towelhead (Director: Alan Ball)
  403. Trade (Director: Marco Kreuzpaintner)
  404. Triangle (Directors: Ringo Lam, Johnnie To + Hark Tsui)
  405. Trick ‘r Treat (Director: Michael Dougherty)
  406. Turn The River (Director: Chris Eigeman)
  407. Two Tigers (Director: Sandro Cecca)
  408. Undead Of Alive: A Zombedy (Director: Glasgow Philips)
  409. Under The Same Moon (Director: Patricia Riggen)
  410. Unearthed (Director: Matthew Leutwyler)
  411. Unspeakable (Director: Marquette Williams)
  412. Until Death (Director: Simon Fellows)
  413. Vacancy (Director: Nimród Antal)
  414. Virgin Territory (Director: David Leland)
  415. Visual Purple (Director: Rick Kingerski)
  416. Viva (Director: Anna Biller)
  417. Vivere (Director: Angelina Maccarone)
  418. Voices (Director: Ki-hwan Oh)
  419. Walk All Over Me (Director: Robert Cuffley)
  420. Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (Director: Jake Kasdan)
  421. War (Director: Philip G. Atwell)
  422. We Own The Night (Director: James Gray)
  423. Weirdsville (Director: Allan Moyle)
  424. What Love Is (Director: Mars Callahan)
  425. What We Do Is Secret (Director: Rodger Grossman)
  426. When A Man Falls (Director: Ryan Eslinger)
  427. Whisper (Director: Stewart Hendler)
  428. Who’s Your Monkey (Director: Todd Breau)
  429. Wind Chill (Director: Gregory Jacobs)
  430. World Wide Live (Director: Drew Stone)
  431. You Kill Me (Director: John Dahl)
  432. Youth Without You (Director: Francis Ford Coppola)
  433. Zodiac (Director: David Fincher)
  1. 100 Tears (Director: Marcus Koch)
  2. Frontier(s) (Director: Xavier Gens)
  3. Lust, Caution (Director: Ang Lee)
  4. The Night Buffalo (Director: Jorge Hernandez Aldana)
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