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  1. They Shoot Pictures Don't They 2017 1001-2000 (unranked)'s icon

    They Shoot Pictures Don't They 2017 1001-2000 (unranked)

    Favs/dislikes: 8:0. "Listed below, are the films currently ranked from 1,001 to 2,000. The list below is in alphabetical order and is unranked. Many of these films are ex-members of the 1,000 Greatest Films listing." This film project is missing because it has no IMDB page: ENIAIOS (Gregory J. Markopoulos, 1990, USA, Col). It is an 80-hour experimental film cycle that has never been completely shown. To make the list look better, only the first episode of FANTOMAS (Louis Feuillade, 1913, France, 314m, BW) and SCENES FROM UNDER CHILDHOOD (Stan Brakhage, 1967-1970, USA, 135m, Col) were shown here but they are intended to represent the entire film cycles. Fantomas was a serial with five episodes and Scenes from Under Childhood was a series of experimental films in four parts or sections.
  2. Quentin Tarantino’s Cinema Speculation's icon

    Quentin Tarantino’s Cinema Speculation

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. Every film mentioned, regardless of context, in Quentin Tarantino’s book Cinema Speculation. Each entry is in order of mention in the book. An entry might be mentioned more than once but I am just sticking to their first mention. Chapter 1: entries #1-112 Chapter 2: entries #113-148 Chapter 3: entries #149-213 Chapter 4: entries #214-245 Chapter 5: entries #246-263 Chapter 6: entries #264-320 Chapter 7: entries #321-372 Chapter 8: entries #373-458 Chapter 9: entries #459-521 Chapter 10: entries #522-552 Chapter 11: entries #553-582 Chapter 12: entries #583-588 Chapter 13: entries #589-610 Chapter 14: entries #611-763 Chapter 15: entries #764-800 Chapter 16: entries #801-814 Chapter 17: entries #815-890 Chapter 18: entries #891-939 (final chapter) I did not include television show entries except the pilot episode of Starsky and Hutch, since that originally aired as a television movie of the week. Also, I am a little uncertain about the Abashiri Bangaichi film series Tarantino mentions in the chapter about Escape from Alcatraz. He says there are 14 entries but other sources say 17 and 18. I found 14 entries listed here on this site and added them all, but I believe there are more.
  3. CS's icon


    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Every film mentioned in the collected editions of film zine, Cinema Sewer. (Unfinished) Missing from IMDB: Anal Birth of Bert (19??) Best of Torture and Spanking - Anal Show (Late ‘80s UK) Beyond the Edge of Depravity (1960s and 70s Holland) Bondage Desire (aka Corrupt Lady 2) (1992 Japan) Bondage Special (Early 90s Japan) Captured Prisoner 2 (Japan 1992) Celebrity Sex (USA 1991) Grampa is a Sex Freak, Granny Likes to Watch (Mid 80s Germany) Japanese Torture Comedy Hour (1990 Japan) Lady Gourmet (late 80s USA) Martina: Queen of the Sluts (1989 Germany) Horrors of Torture and Spanking (1990 Germany)
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    New Beverly Cinema

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Every film ever shown at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles. The theater is currently owned by Quentin Tarantino who has taken a more active role in programming over the last decade or so.
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    Video Archives Cinema Club

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Starting in April 2024, the Vista Theater opened a new small screening room (20 seats!) called the Video Archives Cinema Club. It’s named for the video store that Quentin Tarantino and Roger Avary worked at before they started their careers as professional filmmakers. They also have a podcast called Video Archives as well. They will screen exclusively on VHS and 16mm prints. Not found on Icheckmovies: -Anticipation, ou l'amour en l'an 2000 (1967) by Jean-Luc Godard. This short was part of an omnibus film, The Oldest Profession.
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    Vista Theater Hollywood

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. A list of films that have shown (or are currently scheduled to appear) at the Vista Theater, either on 35mm or 70mm, in Hollywood since Quentin Tarantino has become the owner, starting November 11, 2023. I have made a separate list for the movies that have shown in their 20-seat Video Archives Cinema Club, dedicated to VHS and 16mm screenings.
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