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  • Night Of The Living Dead
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    Night Of The Living Dead 9863 views Night Of The Living Dead
    directed by George A. Romero
    1:35:52

    "Night of the Living Dead" remastered in High Definition.HORROR Follows Ben (Duane Jones), Barbra (Judith O'Dea), and five others, who are trapped in a rural farmhouse in Pennsylvania and attempt to survive the night while the house is being attacked by mysteriously reanimated ghouls, otherwise known as zombies.Roger Ebert: "The kids in the audience were stunned. There was almost complete silence. The movie had stopped being delightfully scary about halfway through, and had become unexpectedly terrifying. There was a little girl across the aisle from me, maybe nine years old, who was sitting very still in her seat and crying... It's hard to remember what sort of effect this movie might have had on you when you were six or seven. But try to remember. At that age, kids take the events on the screen seriously, and they identify fiercely with the hero. When the hero is killed, that's not an unhappy ending but a tragic one: Nobody got out alive. It's just over, that's all."
  • M
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    M 11734 views M
    directed by Fritz Lang
    1:50:40

    ** IMDB #58 Best Movie Of All Time ** in High Def!
    M - Eine Stadt sucht einen Moerder (1931)When the police in a German city are unable to catch a child-murderer, other criminals join in the manhunt.This film is nothing less than a masterpiece.It is a highly structured and stylized film about a serial killer.It created the serial kill genre, which includes such entries as Psycho and Silence of the Lambs.Alfred Hitchcock (the director of Psycho) was a disciple of Lang as were Jacques Tourneur (The Leopard Man (1943)) and Michael Powell (Peeping Tom (1960)).M was not only the originator of the genre, but arguably remains it preeminent entry.Highly recommended for those in the mood for a Hitchcockian-style thriller with a great performance by Peter Lorre and great story-telling technique by Fritz Lang