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  1. Time Out's 100 Best Action Movies's icon

    Time Out's 100 Best Action Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 22:0. Time Out's 100 Best Action Movies. Selected by a collection of Top 10 ballots cast by various critics, actors, directors, and stuntpeople. Kill Bill parts I and II were counted as a single film in the list, but are split here on iCM, hence 101.
  2. The Automobile in Cinema's icon

    The Automobile in Cinema

    Favs/dislikes: 13:0. An ode to the automobile (and its 2-wheeled brethren) in cinema. Speeding car chases through city traffic, engines revving aggressively, the squeal of whitewalls on the streets of 1940s Southern California. Cars give us cinematic insight into the human spirit. They can be a humble daily driver, a means of getting from point A to B. They can be an angry pulsing machine, barely gripping the road and containing the overwhelming mechanical forces asked of them. They be perpetually on the verge of breakdown, relying on careful cajoling to continue their labors. They are an extension of their driver and an entity unto themselves.
  3. The Flop House Podcast Recommends's icon

    The Flop House Podcast Recommends

    Favs/dislikes: 13:0. All films recommended by the hosts (incl. guest hosts) of The Flop House podcast (some TV omitted for cleanliness). Presented in order of first recommendation, repeats skipped. (updated May 3, 2016)
  4. The Dissolve's "The 30 Best American Independent Horror Films"'s icon

    The Dissolve's "The 30 Best American Independent Horror Films"

    Favs/dislikes: 10:0. "From independent professional producers like Roger Corman to intrepid first-timers (and sometimes only-timers) assembling a small crew and making a movie on their own terms, American independent filmmaking has a long, honorable tradition of low-budget scares. In time for Halloween and in conjunction with a month devoted to American independent horror, The Dissolve decided to determine the 30 best examples of this tradition. Some are clever, some scary, some unpredictable; most are some combination of all three. That’s what happens when a genre that values the bizarre finds filmmakers forced by limited resources to get imaginative." - Noel Murray, Keith Phipps, Nathan Rabin, Tasha Robinson, Matt Singer, Scott Tobias
  5. 50 Furious Films: The 1960s's icon

    50 Furious Films: The 1960s

    Favs/dislikes: 9:0. FuriousCinema.com's list of 50 furious films from the 1960s. See the 70s list here: http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/furious+cinemas+50+furious+films+of+the+1970s/petegcdb/ See the 80s list here: http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/50+furious+films+the+1980s/senorroboto/
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    Coming of Age

    Favs/dislikes: 7:0. Stories about growing up. Bildungsroman. Some are simple and sweet, others stunted, delayed, or disturbing. Sex, drugs, rock'n'roll, sports, war, divorce, religion, depression, punk, drought, graduation, lazy summers, first loves, death, puberty, domineering parents - these are the hazards and catalysts of change.
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    Madonna-Whore Complex

    Favs/dislikes: 6:0. A collection of old and new movies that address how women (and their sexuality) can be either idolized or vilified, both extremes with the potential to harm. It's all about objectivization.
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    50 Furious Films: The 1980s

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. Furious Cinema's 50 Furious Films of the 1980s. See the 60s list here: http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/50+furious+films+the+1960s/senorroboto/ See the 70s list here: http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/furious+cinemas+50+furious+films+of+the+1970s/petegcdb/
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    Trippy Cinema

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. A personal list bunch of surreal, strange films that surprise, confuse, and entertain. Ordered semi-logically, not by rank. (In progress)
  10. TCM June 2015 Schedule's icon

    TCM June 2015 Schedule

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. TCM America's June 2015 schedule in chronological order, created to assist in planning your viewing or DVR recording. iCM doesn't allow repeats, of which there are several each month, particularly of the MGM Parade Show and other shorts. Any repeats will only be listed in their earliest timeslot. The following films will air multiple times this month: The Glass Key (1942) Annie Hall (1977) Gilda (1946) The Killers (1946) Mean Streets (1973) Saratoga (1937) Note that there are no separate IMDb pages for the 15 episodes of the 1943 Batman starring Lewis Wilson, so it appears as just "Batman" during its first airtime of the month. TCM is airing a few episodes this month separately, refer to the program guide at TCM.com if you're interested. Missing items: The Corvair in Action! (1960) Status: Complete, please contact me regarding any errors or programming changes and I'll fix them. (Updated June 12, changed June 22nd programing to reflect Christopher Lee memorial, thanks ClassicLady!)
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    TCM August 2015 Schedule

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. TCM America's August 2015 schedule in chronological order, created to assist in planning your viewing or DVR recording. iCM doesn't allow repeats, of which there are several each month, usually of the MGM Parade Show and other shorts. Any repeats will only be listed in their earliest timeslot. The following will air multiple times this month: Alan Arkin: Live From the TCM Classic Film Festival (2015) Missing items: None, please contact me if you catch any corrections or schedule changes. Status: Complete (as of July 20)
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    TCM October 2015 Schedule

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. TCM America's September 2015 schedule in chronological order, created to assist in planning your viewing or DVR recording. iCM doesn't allow repeats, of which there are several each month, usually of the MGM Parade Show and other shorts. Any repeats will only be listed in their earliest timeslot. The following will air multiple times this month: The Grim Game (1919) House on Haunted Hill (1958) Suspicion (1941) The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945) Note that there are no separate IMDb pages for the 1949 Batman and Robin starring Robert Lowery, so it appears as just "Batman and Robin" during its first airtime of the month. TCM is airing a few episodes this month separately, refer to the program guide at TCM.com if you're interested. Airing on Oct 31, David Lynch's short "Premonitions Following an Evil Deed" is listed as "Lumière and Company", the anthology it appeared in. Missing items: MGM is on the Move! (1964) - not on IMDb Status: Complete (Oct 1) Please contact me if you catch any errors or schedule changes.
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    Great Dialogue

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Anytime a movie wows me with dialogue, it goes here. Sometimes it's just a scene or two, sometimes the whole shebang. Screwball comedies to film noirs and anything in between. Added as I remember/watch them, unordered.
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    TCM April 2015 Schedule

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. TCM America's April 2015 schedule in chronological order, created to assist in planning your viewing or DVR recording. iCM doesn't allow repeats, of which there are several each month, particularly of the MGM Parade Show and other shorts, but in this month some movies will be aired more than once, such as: Barabbas (1961), Royal Wedding (1951), Human Voice (2014), Rio Rita (1942), and Requiem For A Heavyweight (1962), Note that there are no separate IMDb pages for the 15 episodes of the 1943 Batman starring Lewis Wilson, so it appears as just "Batman" during its first airtime of the month. TCM is airing a few episodes this month separately, refer to the program guide at TCM.com if you're interested. Missing: Robert Osborne's 20th Anniversary Tribute (2015)
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    TCM January 2015 Schedule

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Everything playing on TCM in January 2015, in chronological order. Missing: Tear Gas In Law Enforcement (1962) - Not on IMDb Studio Highlights (1934) AKA Flirtation Walk Promo - Not on IMDB A note: MGM Parade Show #34 (1955) - Awaiting add to iCM, also appears multiple times in the month, so it actually may be different episodes than 34, I'm not sure.
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    TCM July 2015 Schedule

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. TCM America's July 2015 schedule in chronological order, created to assist in planning your viewing or DVR recording. iCM doesn't allow repeats, of which there are several each month, particularly of the MGM Parade Show and other shorts. Any repeats will only be listed in their earliest timeslot. The following will air multiple times this month: The Band Wagon (1953) The Big Broadcast Of 1937 (1936) The Thief of Bagdad (1940) Carson on TCM: Steve Martin (6/15/79) AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Steve Martin (2015) Note that there are no separate IMDb pages for the 15 episodes of either the 1943 Batman starring Lewis Wilson or the 1949 Batman and Robin starring Robert Lowery, so it appears as just "Batman" or "Batman and Robin" during their respective first airtimes of the month. TCM is airing a few episodes this month separately, refer to the program guide at TCM.com if you're interested. Missing items (not on Imdb): UCLA Shorts and Newsreels (2015) The Corvair in Action! (1960) Status: Complete,, please contact me regarding any errors or programming changes and I'll fix them. (Updated July 13, thanks for the corrections, bogey & ClassicLady!)
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    TCM March 2015 Schedule

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. TCM America's March 2015 schedule in chronological order, created to assist in planning your viewing or DVR recording. iCM doesn't allow repeats, of which there are several each month, particularly of the MGM Parade Show and other shorts, but in this particular month some movies will be aired more than once, such as Grey Gardens and Now Voyager. Note that there is no IMDb page for the 15 episodes of the 1943 Batman starring Lewis Wilson, so it appears as just "Batman" during its first airtime of the month. TCM is airing a few episodes this month separately, refer to the program guide at TCM.com if you're interested. Missing: The Corvair in Action! (1960) Alan Arkin: Live From the TCM Classic Film Festival (2015) Intimate Interviews: Walter Huston (1931) The Bounty (1962) updated March 10, 2015 with revised schedule due to Albert Mayles' In Memoriam feature and other changes.
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    TCM May 2015 Schedule

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. TCM America's May 2015 schedule in chronological order, created to assist in planning your viewing or DVR recording. iCM doesn't allow repeats, of which there are several each month, particularly of the MGM Parade Show and other shorts, as well as the following films: The V.I.P.S. (1963) Note that there are no separate IMDb pages for the 15 episodes of the 1943 Batman starring Lewis Wilson, so it appears as just "Batman" during its first airtime of the month. TCM is airing a few episodes this month separately, refer to the program guide at TCM.com if you're interested. Up to date unless any changes occur to schedule, let me know and I can fix it. (4/30)
  19. TCM September 2015 Schedule's icon

    TCM September 2015 Schedule

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. TCM America's September 2015 schedule in chronological order, created to assist in planning your viewing or DVR recording. iCM doesn't allow repeats, of which there are several each month, usually of the MGM Parade Show and other shorts. Any repeats will only be listed in their earliest timeslot. The following will air multiple times this month: It Should Happen To You (1954) Witness for the Prosecution (1958) Robert Osborne's 20th Anniversary Tribute (2015) The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) The Prisoner of Second Avenue (1974) Now, Voyager (1942) Note that there are no separate IMDb pages for the 1949 Batman and Robin starring Robert Lowery, so it appears as just "Batman and Robin" during its first airtime of the month. TCM is airing a few episodes this month separately, refer to the program guide at TCM.com if you're interested. Missing items: None. Please contact me if you catch any corrections or schedule changes. Status: Updated (Sept 19) to account for Dickie Moore tribute added on Sept 24th. Thanks, ClassicLady!
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    Progressive Cinema

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Films with an explicitly progressive political message have had an interesting history within the Hollywood system and internationally. Depending on the political climate of the time they can receive industry and even governmental support. During the 1930-50s European expats in Hollywood made several films with antifascist messages, for example. Only a few years later such films would be used against them as evidence of their Communist ties during the Red Scare, leading to the Hollywood Blacklist Films covering progressive themes such as: * Class struggle * Labor / unions * Anti-fascism * Anti-racism * Feminism * LGBTQ rights * Environmentalism Not intended to be a conclusive list. Thanks to Karina Longworth of the You Must Remember This podcast for the history and recommendations from the Classic Hollywood period.
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    Robert Forster Filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0.
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