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Favorite Movie Poll – Vote Now!

Ever wonder who those mysterious voters are who get to decide which movies are best? We do too. At AMC we believe no one knows better than movie people, so we’ve compiled a list of 25 of the most popular,…

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Meg: The Scary Movie That Won’t Happen?

Over at Cinematical, there’s a fascinating account regarding the ups and downs of Steve Alten’s Meg, a scary shark book that was to become a scary shark movie.  Yeh, I know that most books optioned by Hollywood have similar…

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Technology’s Inspirational Debt To Sci-Fi

One of science fiction’s unique powers, when compared to other genres of fiction, is its ability to facilitate and inspire technological change. What may be considered a speculative pipe dream, by some, inspires others to actually fulfill science fiction’s…

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George Romero’s Vampire Suburbs

Which is scarier, the city or the country? A good argument could be made for either, but to my mind there’s no question that if one is seeking not only fear but depression as well, then the city and…

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Box Office Numbers of the Beast: Summer Heat

The little movie with the high-numbered name (hint: It’s title is also the year Henry, Prince of Wales (later Henry V of England) retakes Aberystwyth from Owain Glyndŵr) is still doing pretty pretty well and is once again the only…

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Star Wars in Paris

Star Wars’ famous opener — "A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…" — is both a blessing and a curse. A blessing because it excludes the Star Wars universe from infringing upon our own: we’ll never…

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The Horror Department: Captivity and Paris Hilton

In Episode 5 of AMC’s Horror Department, our host Todd interviews Captivity screenplay writer Larry Cohen about the movie’s connection to Paris Hilton, his own childhood influences, and the making of the movie Q. Want to watch more Horror…

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Classic Public Domain Sci-Fi: The Last Man on Earth

Tonight’s public domain sci-fi viewing is The Last Man on Earth, the cheapo 1964 Vincent Price vehicle that has the honor of pretty much being the first modern zombie film ever. That’s a contentious statement, of course, mostly because…

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Frank Miller: Shootout Video

WEB EXCLUSIVE!  Frank Miller insists the upcoming film The Spirit is "not an homage" to his friend and mentor Will Eisner. Click here for information on past and future guests. Click here for more Shootout video….

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Galaxiki: Collaborative Fictional SciFi Universe

It’s Wikipedia gone galactic: Galaxiki is a community-based site in which a fictional online galaxy is populated with stars, solar systems, planets and other solar bodies in online collaboration. That’s not terribly impressive in and of itself. Short of would-be…

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