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By the Numbers Archive
Posted on April 1, 2011 | 2 CommentsThis part of the list is true to the sense of the word horror. Each of these movies gave me nightmares, even #3. It would freak me out if I saw dead people. So, on with something that resembles a horror list. 3. The Sixth...
Posted on April 1, 2011 | No Comments*NOTE TO BUDDING WRITERS* Don’t lose your notebook the day before your editorial is due. WHOOPS! At least I found it this morning. YAY! You may notice that I’ve chosen to go from 10 to 4 today, well the reason will be obvious. This version...
Posted on March 10, 2011 | No CommentsThe other day I came across an article on CNBC.com that focused on the fifteen highest grossing horror movies of all time. This piqued my interest, because I have loved horror movies since I was a kid. Now that I’m older, I’ve even expanded to...
Posted on December 12, 2010 | 7 Comments8. Labyrinth (1986) . First of all, “Labyrinth” features the scariest mullet of all time. Secondly, Jennifer Connelly’s uni-brow is unsettling to say the least. Then there is a bizarre nightmarish landscape, mutant muppets, and David Bowie’s desire to sacrifice an infant for the eternal...
Posted on August 23, 2010 | 3 CommentsThe Bourne Series . Books written by Robert Ludlum Movies directed by Doug Liman, then Paul Greengrass; starring Matt Damon This is a rout – especially the first two movies. The original trilogy written by Ludlum are tedious and melodramatic with insubstantial episodes of the...
Posted on August 16, 2010 | 8 CommentsAs I have written about before, I do not that that books are better than movie by default or by rule. I do think that a movie can often better than a book and, as is sometimes the case, the book is a better book...
Posted on August 9, 2010 | 7 CommentsWhat follows is a list of what I feel are some of the most likely commercial advertisements from the last forty years that could well be on their way to the big screen to endlessly entertain the masses.
Posted on January 25, 2010 | 2 CommentsAfter reading so many Best Albums Of The Decade/Most Shocking Moments/Tastiest McDonald’s Frozen Snacks Lists, I decided to do one of my own. Coming up with my own topic didn’t take nearly as long as it probably should. So here is my list of the...
Posted on December 25, 2009 | 4 CommentsWe made a list. We checked it twice. Okay, maybe we wrote it the day before it was due.
Posted on December 20, 2009 | No Comments54. Paranormal Activity Guh. Sometimes I believe that film goers are so duped by a marketing campaign that they’ll believe anything. I guess if one is devoutly religious and has a leaning towards absurd supernatural belief he might get a slight tingle out of “Paranominal...