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'Cinephiles' Delight': 70mm Masterpieces

As most Tarantino fans are aware, 'The Hateful Eight' is shot on 70mm films. What does this mean? Our hunch is, if you don't know, you won't care. As for the cinephiles who do, enjoy the best movies shot on the finest film (none of this “shot in 35 and reformatted for 70” jokery)!

'Movies Like Casablanca': Film Studies Staples

If you're in an introductory film studies class the odds are you will have to watch the vast majority, if not all, of the films on this list. If you haven't taken one yet, why not get started on your homework in advance!

'Movies Like Enter the Void': American Arthouse Movies

Alongside the regular Hollywood blockbuster production line runs a rich vein of progressive arthouse filmmaking, spawning such boundary pushing films stretching from existential horror classic 'Eraserhead' to modern sci-fi gem 'Melancholia'.

Scorsese’s Favorite Films

Enjoy the globe-trotting list of maestro Martin Scorsese's favorite films, ranging from Japanese Civil War dramas to classic American Westerns; oh, and of course the obligatory 'Citizen Kane'.

Movies like Avatar: Visually Stunning Sci-Fi/ Fantasy

These movies would be worth watching even if the speakers on your TV were busted. But with films like 'Interstellar', 'Life of Pi', and 'Cloud Atlas', don't think for a moment they depend on style over substance.

Stanley Kubrick Movies

A director who brought the world some of the most visually stunning and instantly recognizable films of all time, including 'A Clockwork Orange' and 'The Shining'. And also the man responsible for a 50% drop in rural Maine hotel bookings in 1980.

Movies Like The Martian: Best 'Hard' Science Fiction

Webster's English Dictionary defines hard science fiction as being 'characterized by an emphasis on scientific accuracy or technical detail or both' (just kidding it's Wikipedia). So, basically sci-fi that would satisfy 'Comic Book Guy' from The Simpsons.

Roger Ebert's Top 10 Movies

Before he passed, legendary Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert left an indelible stamp on the world of film history. The following list was submitted to Sight and Sound in 2012 before his death in 2013; Roger Ebert's 10 greatest films of all time.

Sci-Fi Classics

Here it is: a comprehensive list of the best sci-fi films from 1970-2000, including animated gem 'The Hidden Giant', surreal dystopian thriller 'Dark City', and the undisputed 80s champ 'Terminator'. Watch them all to achieve pure geekdom!

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