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Cult Japanese Horrors That You Shouldn’t Watch Alone

For decades we had the privilege to watch horror films from a safe distance. There’s always been an invisible line that successfully separated our reality from the terrors happening on the screen.

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Half of a Yellow Sun

Half of a Yellow Sun is a moving adaptation of the novel written by bestselling author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. While showing the horrible side of the war, this film humanizes its participants and victims.

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Madame Bovary

The film follows young girl Emma (Wasikowska). Before turning eighteen, she has to leave the convent and accept the marriage arranged by her father.

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QT8: The First Eight

The documentary is focused on the first 21 years of Quentin Tarantino’s career. By interviewing most of Tarantino’s collaborators, Tara Wood chronicles quite well the career of one of the most prominent American film directors.

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The Pirates of Somalia

In this biographical drama inspired by actual events, Evan Peters is joined by acting powerhouse Al Pacino to tell us the story about young Canadian journalist Jay Bahadur and his time in war-torn Somalia.

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He Who Dares: Downing Street Siege

“He Who Dares: Downing Street Siege” follows the events after part one. After heroically saving the prime minister's daughter, Chris Lowe is summoned to Downing Street.

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The Captor

Few films explore Stockholm syndrome; however, this is the first time any film depicts the origin story from a comical angle. “The Captor” starts with a message “Based on an absurd but true story” but then continues with the heavily fictionalized version

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Dragon Blade

An epic action-adventure with a Hollywood A-list cast and grandiose production made “Dragon Blade” an instant hit in China. Jackie Chan and John Cusack reinvent history in an exciting, action-packed historic spectacle released in 2015.

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Into The White

The Swedish and Norwegian co-production set during the Second World War is based on real-life events in Norway. This war film follows British and german pilots working together to survive harsh winters in the Norwegian mountains.

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Kill the Irishman - American Crime Movie

“Kill the Irishman” is a crime film based on a true story about the rise and fall of a local union branch leader from Cleveland, Danny Greene. He ends up working as an FBI informant on a case that brings the downfall of the Italian Mafia in several US cit

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