This page shows you the list charts. By default, the movies are ordered by how many times they have been marked as a favorite. However, you can also sort by other information, such as the total number of times it has been marked as a dislike.
The films receiving at least 2 votes in 2002's Sight and Sound Poll of critics and filmmakers. The following is a list of positions and the number of corresponding votes. 25-27 (15 votes), 28-32 (14 votes), 33-36 (13 votes), 37-41 (12 votes), 42-46 (11 votes), 47-48 (10 votes), 49-53 (9 votes), 54-62(8 votes), 63-80 (7 votes), 81-93 (6 votes), 94-124 (5 votes), 125-160 (4 votes), 161-230 (3 votes), 231-345 (2 votes)
[url=http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/sight+and+sound+2002+single+voted+films/peacefulanarchy/]Films With a single Vote[/url]
"This guide presents our selection of the best movies from the years 1960 to 1969, covering a wide range of genres, budgets, and cultures, and revealing details from behind the scenes. Packed full of photos and film stills, this opulent factbook pays homage to cinema around the world."
Taschen is a famous art book publisher and its movie books are terrific.
All titles mentioned in the book by Glenn Kay.
1930s - 1-6
1940s - 7-16
1950s - 17-25
1960s - 26-45
1970s - 46-87
1980s - 88-199
1990s - 200-261
2000s - 262-364
Zombieless Zombie Movies: 365-393
Not on IMDb:
Requiem der Teufel (1993)
Sex, Chocolate, and Zombie Republicans (1998)
His personal favourites are here: [url]http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/zombie+movies+the+ultimate+guide+-+the+best+zombie+movies/mightysparks/[/url]
All the comedies mentioned in the filmography of the book "Film Comedy" by Geoff King, published in 2002.
"From slapstick to satire and subtle innuendo. From the grotesque to the carefully mannered. From madcap anarchy to the darkly deadpan. Film comedy comes in a wide range of forms. For as long as film has existed as an entertainment medium, so has film comedy. ... Comedy was one of the most popular formats in the early years of cinema and has remained so ever since." (from the introduction to the book)
The [url=http://www.premiosgoya.com/]Goya Awards[/url], known in Spanish as los Premios Goya, are Spain's main national film awards, considered by many people from Spain and world to be the Spanish equivalent to the Academy Awards from the United States.
Time Out proudly presents the 100 best horror movies, as chosen by those who write in, direct, star in and celebrate the genre.
Time Out polled well over 100 horror enthusiasts – including big names like Roger Corman, Guillermo del Toro, Simon Pegg, Clive Barker and Alice Cooper, and horror legends like Coffin Joe, Kim Newman and Tom Six – and came up with a definitive top 100 list.
The list was first produced in 2012. The list was revised in 2016 with the inclusion of new voters, including Stephen King.
After the top 100 I have included the runners up: every film nominated by the contributers.
A list for the die-hard western fan! This long and diverse list of great western movies is largely derived from a list found on Cinemacom.com entitled "500 & More - A Western Lover's List". However, Cinemacom's list is heavily slanted toward the traditional western and admittedly excludes all western comedies and many good spaghetti westerns. I wanted to create a more balanced list and so I cross referenced Cinemacom's list against IMDB user ratings in the western genre and made some thoughtful modifications which add some diversity. If you love westerns I hope this list will help you explore the genre.
Part of the AFI 100 Years... series, AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movie Quotes is a list of the top 100 movie quotations in American cinema. The American Film Institute revealed the list on June 21, 2005, in a three-hour television program on CBS.
A jury consisting of 1,500 film artists, critics, and historians selected "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn," spoken by Clark Gable in the Civil War epic Gone with the Wind as the most memorable American movie quotation of all time.
Films featured in Sharon A. Russell's book Guide to African Cinema, in alphabetical order.
Thanks to PeacefulAnarchy for finding the book and adding it to the IMDb.
Hammer Film Productions was founded in 1934. It is based in the United Kingdom and is famous for its series of gothic horror films made from the mid-1950s to the mid-1970s. Its films fell out of favour when the horror genre changed in the late 1970s. In the 1980s it produced the television series "The Hammer House of Horror".
The following is a chronological list of their horror films.
In 2012, LoveHKFilm.com asked its readers to vote for the best Hong Kong films ever. 166 people participated - mostly normal fans, but also some film fest personnel and producers. This was LoveHKFilm.com's final poll, following three decade polls ([url=http://www.lovehkfilm.com/blog/damnyoukozo/2010/01/07/top-50-of-the-decade-postmortem-full-list-stats-and-other-stuff/]2000s[/url], [url=http://www.lovehkfilm.com/blog/damnyoukozo/2010/04/08/top-100-of-the-nineties-postmortem-full-list-plus-random-notes/]1990s[/url], [url=http://www.lovehkfilm.com/blog/damnyoukozo/2012/03/31/top-100-hong-kong-films-of-the-eighties-postmortem-full-list-stats/]1980s[/url]).
[url=http://www.lovehkfilm.com/blog/damnyoukozo/2013/05/04/the-best-hong-kong-films-ever-postmortem-full-list-stats-apology/]Full list with points and runners up[/url]
[url=http://www.lovehkfilm.com/blog/damnyoukozo/2012/12/17/the-best-hong-kong-films-ever-numbers-200-171/]Countdown with images and descriptions of each movie[/url]
The martial arts top list has been compiled by aggregating a large number of lists on the internet, due to the lack of a definitive martial arts list. Its main focus lies in movies from Asia, the birthplace of martial arts.