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The Garlasco murder: who killed Chiara Poggi?

2020.10.14 17:48 moteur_action The Garlasco murder: who killed Chiara Poggi?

Chiara Poggi and Alberto Stasi
In the early morning of August 13th, 2007, the streets of the small and peaceful town of Garlasco, located in the province of Pavia (Lombardy), are desert. Many families have left their suburban houses to spend the national holiday of Ferragosto, which takes place on the 15th, somewhere else: the Poggi family, Chiara’s parents and her younger brother Marco, chose the Dolomites for the fresh air and to hike in the mountains, while the Stasi are in Spotorno, a popular seaside destination in Liguria. The weather in Garlasco is warm (about 80°F) and wet. At 13:45, Chiara Poggi, a 26-years-old accountant, is found dead by her boyfriend Alberto Stasi, 24, who’s about to complete an Economics degree at the prestigious Bocconi University in Milan. Chiara is still wearing her pajamas, the blinds of the house are closed, breakfast leftovers are on the table and the TV is on.
Chiara’s body lies on the floor at the bottom of the steep stairs leading to the cottage’s basement. The cause of death was determined to be a “laceration of the brain contextual to the breaking of the skull.” The time of death is never precisely stated, but the autopsy suggests Chiara died between 8 and 13. The interval between the production of all the injuries and death could be limited to a few minutes, but the defense expert hypothesized a longer agony based on the kind of injuries. Chiara was hit in the head and face 10-15 times, only to be thrown at the bottom of the cellar stairs. The weapon was never found, but experts suggested she may have been hit with a hammer or a pair of bolt cutters. This is the transcript of Stasi’s call to the emergency medical service made at 13:50:
“Yes, I need an ambulance in via Giovanni Pascolo, in Garlasco.”
“In Garlasco?”
“Via Giovanni Pascolo, what’s the address?”
“29, it’s an alley, you’ll find it immediately.”
“It’s an alley, I think it’s 29, I’m not sure.”
“What happened?”
“I think a person has been killed, but I’m not sure, maybe she’s alive.”
“What do you mean, what happened, what can you see?”
“Now I’m with the Carabinieri, there’s blood everywhere and she’s lying on the floor.”
“Is she outside or in the house?”
“No, in the house.”
“Yes, but are you related to her?”
“No, she’s my girlfriend.”
“How old is she?”
“Are you in the house right now?”
“No, I’m at the police station, now I’ll tell you what happened.”
First suspect: Alberto Stasi
The investigators were immediately suspicious of Stasi’s involvement because – although the hallway leading to the basement was extremely messy, covered with stains of blood, some of them partially dried – the soles of the Lacoste shoes Alberto had been wearing when he entered Chiara’s house were perfectly clean. The assumption was Stasi never went in the house and that the emergency call was made outside because he already knew Chiara was dead.
It was reported that Stasi’s first interrogation conducted by the Carabinieri went on for 17 hours – he left the police station on the morning of August 14th. (Stasi didn’t ask for a lawyer nor refused to answer any question, so he wasn’t actually coerced.) Stasi told the investigators he spent the evening before the murder at Chiara’s eating a pizza, working on his thesis, chatting, and watching an episode of Sex and the City with her; he left sometime after midnight. In the interrogation, discussing the discovery of the body, Stasi said he was particularly struck by seeing a “white part” of her face opening the door leading to the basement. Carabinieri marshal Francesco Marchetto replied to Stasi’s observation: “Piece of shit, does her face seem white to you?” showing a photo of Chiara as she was found by the police, her face completely covered with blood and hair.
Alberto had recently returned from a study trip to London. Since the Poggi family was away, he and Chiara had the house all for themselves. In the first days of August, the couple apparently spent uneventful days; on the evening of the 7th, after a job interview in Milan, Alberto went to her house in the evening. He “slept in her brother’s bed and Chiara in hers” because they didn’t want “to sleep in her parents’ bed and she didn’t want to open the double sofa bed.” Also on August 10th, they slept at Chiara’s house, but not the following night, because she “had to feed the cats.”
Stasi said he spent the morning of the 13th working on his thesis and watching pornographic images. He spoke to his mother on the phone for some minutes (at 9:47) and tried to reach out to his girlfriend several times with no success; he then got worried and went to her house, discovering she’d been murdered.
I had set the alarm clock at 9 as usual and the second alarm at 9:30. I got up and at 9:45 I called Chiara’s cell phone with no reply. I specify that this ring in the morning when we got up, it was an usual thing between me and Chiara. I didn’t worry about the fact that she didn’t answer. I remember that between 9:30 and 10 my mother called the landline number and I answered, our conversation didn’t last long. I went on writing the thesis and at about 10:45 I made another ring on Chiara’s cell phone and I didn’t get an answer. I continued to write the thesis until about 12:20, when I called Chiara both from the landline phone both to her landline number and to the cell phone.
Chiara didn’t answer but Alberto fed the dog, cooked some pasta, called again at 13:31; he then “started to worry and decided to go to her house.”
Other suspects. The Cappa sisters
The first clue to the investigation was provided by a neighbor of the Poggi, Claudia Bermani: on the morning of the murder at 9:10 (“I’m sure about this because I often look at my watch”) she saw a black girl’s bike in front of the Poggi’s house; at 9:30, the bike wasn’t there anymore. The account was corroborated by another witness. Maybe the vicious attacker is a woman.
Paola and Stefania Cappa are the direct cousins of Chiara Poggi. It cannot be said they inadvertently ended up in the investigation considered they showed up at Chiara’s house some days after the murder in a convertible flashing to journalists a photo (later discovered to be photoshopped) of them and their cousin smiling on a trip together. At the time of the murder, Stefania walked on crutches because of a minor incident; someone suggested the possible weapon could have been one of the crutches. The Cappa sisters killed Chiara (for whatever reason). Stasi himself seems to think something at least similar to this is being overlooked. In a wiretapped phone conversation, he refers to Stefania: “What the fuck does she want? That one has to be careful and hope they don’t come to confiscate cars, bicycles, crutches... those two, I get goosebumps just thinking about it, look... The police go to them, search, take two receipts... and that would be an investigation?” In another conversation with his mother: “The investigators found a dyed hair, let’s hope it belongs to that whore.”
A week after the murder, a bricklayer who was working at a construction site located less than 100 m (320 ft) from Alberto Stasi’s house and next to the ambulance headquarters where Stefania had been volunteering for years reported a missing hammer.
Andrea Sempio
The phone records of Chiara’s landline number included calls from 19-year-old Andrea Sempio, one of the best friends of Marco; he lived just 250 m (820 ft) away from the Poggi. From January 2007, Sempio’s calls were only five so it’s clear he wasn’t used to calling Marco at his house. Moreover, 3 of these calls were made between the 7th and 8th of August, when Marco had already left with his parents for the Dolomites:
August 7th, 17:42 Sempio cell phone > Poggi landline 2 seconds
17:48 Sempio landline phone > Poggi landline 8 seconds
August 8th, 16:54 Sempio cell phone > Poggi landline 21 seconds
Sempio said that Marco’s house phone number was listed just above the mobile in the phonebook. Also, according to his statement, he discovered on the 7th that his friend had left because Chiara answered the phone and gave him that precise information. It remains unexplained why he called Chiara’s house again the following day making a longer phone call when he already knew that Marco had left. Sempio was interrogated again 10 months after the facts and this time he curiously provided a well-preserved ticket of a parking lot in Vigevano (19 km/11.8 miles from Garlasco) dating back to August 13 at 11:18. Andrea explained that a few days after the murder, the receipt popped up in his car and since he had already been heard by the investigators, his mom advised him to keep it: “since there had been a murder, it was better to keep the receipt.”
Sempio was a person of interest before Stasi became the main suspect. He was then mostly ignored until after the SC final conviction when one of the defense experts on Stasi’s team proved that the mitochondrial DNA on top of Chiara’s nails (originally considered too exiguous to be tested) is fully compatible with Andrea Sempio. In 2017, the Court of Appeal declared the circumstantial evidence against Sempio to be insubstantial, remarking that he frequently used the home computer of the Poggi and that both the coroner and the defense expert believed it unlikely the DNA on top of the nails was caused by a struggle. A detail which is probably irrelevant but still interesting is that Chiara’s pajamas shirt had written all over “Don’t forget my past.” On his Facebook profile, Sempio chose to display a famous quote from Antoine de-Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince, which is apparently also Stasi’s favorite book: “The essential is invisible to the eyes, don’t forget my secret.” Sempio’s shoe size is 44.
2008: The first case against Alberto Stasi (State Attorney Rosa Muscio’s reconstruction of the murder)
August 13th, 9:35 Stasi turns on the PC
9:35 to 9:46 looks at some pornographic images
9:57 launches an image editing software
10:05 opens a pornographic video
10:17 to 12:20 works on his thesis continuously, raising the number of pages from 151 to 155
Muscio chose not to put much weight on the black girl’s bike in virtue of the fact the official autopsy, while compatible with the death happening around 9:30, indicated a later time to be more likely, but especially because according to the key eye-witness Franca the three city bikes owned by the Stasi were unlike the “sport model” she had seen on August 13th. However, DNA traces of Chiara were found on the pedals of the red bike used by Stasi, who guessed that maybe he came into contact with Chiara’s menstrual blood (Muscio told Stasi it was blood, though the analysis wasn’t actually conclusive).
Muscio argued that Stasi didn’t sleep at his girlfriend’s house the night before the murder basically because they had a discussion regarding his obsession with pornography and taking pictures of strangers’ feet (the photo album of the study trip to London contained more photos depicting feet of unknown women than his girlfriend). Perhaps it was because of the useless attempts at reconciliation that Chiara switched the house alarm on and off four times, between 23:27 and 1:52 on the night before her murder. It may have been Stasi who went out and back and finally left; not the cats as initially supposed. Chiara didn’t make any phone calls that morning because she wasn’t in the right mood; that’s why she didn’t leave the house and the windows were closed. She stayed in her pajamas and didn’t clear the table because she was on vacation, but she turned off the alarm at the usual time (9:12) out of habit. Stasi tried to call Chiara on the phone multiple times, getting progressively angrier and maybe worried that Chiara would reveal his secret, destroying the self-image of the successful businessman he wanted to embody. Stasi rode the red bike to Chiara’s house and killed her in a window of ten to fifteen minutes at most after 12:20 (when Stasi stopped working on his thesis).
Stasi’s defense team replied the evidence against him was weak and could be easily explained: Alberto’s left ring fingerprint on the soap dispenser (the only trace, together with Chiara’s hair in the sink, found in the otherwise uncannily neat and clean bathroom of the Poggi) was there because the young couple had eaten a pizza on the evening of August 12th and probably, before he started working on his thesis again, Alberto went to wash his hands. The DNA on the pedals of the red bike could be sweat or saliva, but it’s not actually relevant at all, since Bermani saw a different type of bike at 9:15 (just three minutes after Chiara shut off the house alarm) on which the prosecution should focus. The defense experts argued that Stasi’s immaculate shoes were compatible with a genuine discovery of the body in virtue of an “unconscious avoidance” (Alberto has unconsciously avoided visible stains) and any tiny trace of blood may have been released by the soles through the use of the shoes in the following hours. Stasi’s team also pointed the finger at footprints on the crime scene left by a pair of shoes with textured rubber soles (different than the pair of Lacoste Stasi had been wearing, although they’re the same size, 42). Finally, in contrast to Muscio’s account, the defense held that Stasi had no motive to kill Chiara: phone communications show she was not bothered by her boyfriend’s interest in pornography and they’d even took intimate pictures together (though Alberto admitted he somehow had to push Chiara to do it).
The split between the prosecution and the civil party: Gian Luigi Tizzoni’s reconstruction of the murder
Gian Luigi Tizzoni was a family friend of the Poggi and he represented them as individuals damaged by the crime who intended to make a claim for compensation against Stasi. While Tizzoni wasn’t as passionate as prosecutor Muscio and his rhetorical abilities couldn’t measure up to those of defense attorney Giarda, from the first moment his reconstruction appeared to be the most promising – he thought that Chiara deactivated the house alarm at 9:12 in order to let in her killer, who then fleed with the black girl’s bike; that would explain why Stasi wasn’t seen by anyone and the stains of blood were partially dried when the police came to Chiara’s house. It’s still unclear, though, how Stasi got rid of the bike, the weapon and the dirty clothes he was wearing during the attack; it’s also somewhat strange he started working on his thesis less than an hour after the murder, but not impossible, especially given the coolness displayed by Stasi in the aftermath.
In the year following the murder, Stasi’s phone conversations were wiretapped and the transcripts show he complained many times about the Cappa sisters or the fact he was being monitored (on June 7th, 2008, he called his friend Marco Panzarasa who was at a concert and joked: “You could hear the whole stadium singing... So I thought, and now how does the deputy sergeant transcribe the phone call? [laughing]”), but the suspect did not mention his murdered ex-girlfriend Chiara a single time.
According to Tizzoni’s reconstruction, Stasi changed his clothes and shoes and went to Chiara’s some time after 13, but decided not to go in: that’s the reason why his soles were clean and why in his witness statement he told about the “white part” of the victim’s face, which Tizzoni believed to be what Stasi saw immediately after he had thrown the lifeless body of Chiara down the cellar stairs.
Stasi was acquitted by a monocratic judge in 2008 for lack of evidence. The uncertainty about Stasi’s guiltiness was “serious” because there were only two strong circumstantial pieces against him: his ring fingerprint on the dispenser and Chiara’s DNA on at least one of the red bike pedals. (Judge Vitelli apparently accepted the defendant’s argument about the unconscious avoidance of the bloodstains in the hallway.) The proof of Alberto’s alibi was “solid,” while the time windows indicated by Muscio and Tizzoni “too narrow“ for the alleged attack. Muscio handed the investigation to State Attorney Laura Barbaini, who was going to lead the prosecution in the appeal trial before the Court of Assizes of Milan.
2011: The second case against Alberto Stasi (A new possible motive)
Barbaini asked again for 30 years in jail (voluntary murder with the aggravating circumstance of cruelty) and strived to underline the problematic nature of the young couple’s sex life. Chiara’s parents stopped believing Stasi was innocent when the digital forensics team found child pornography (images and videos shared with eMule) on his computer and she suggested that may have precisely been the motive: Chiara fought with her boyfriend on the night of August 12th after realizing her boyfriend’s preoccupation with pornography wasn’t as harmless as she thought. Neither Barbaini nor Tizzoni presented new evidence. Stasi was again acquitted “for not having committed the deed”; in the sentencing report, the Court stated that Chiara’s death was an “unknowable truth.” The parents of the victim, media commentators, overall many Italians interested in the case criticized the Court for having reached the judgment in less than a month. The last hope for the Poggi family to see the young and gentle boy they had once believed to be innocent getting convicted was the Supreme Court. Barbaini left her place to the Supreme Court prosecutor Roberto Aniello.
2013: the Supreme Court overturns the two acquittals and orders a re-trial
In the opening statement of the appeal trial before the SC, Angelo Giarda (the leader of Stasi’s defense team and one of the most notorious criminal attorneys in Italy) ironically addressed Aniello: “If a law student of mine had presented the appeals that led Alberto to the Supreme Court, if he had had that discussion during an exam, I would have failed him.” Prosecutor Aniello argued instead that
the sentences that acquitted Stasi are vitiated by illogicalities which undermine the sentencing motivations. The clues have been examined in isolation, not organically. The gaps in the investigation prevented a complete verification of the facts that led to the tragic death of Chiara Poggi.
The “gaps” mentioned probably include the fact that more than twenty individuals walked into Chiara’s house in the hours after the murder and that Carabinieri marshal Marchetto (an intimate friend of the Stasi family) committed perjury when he testified the bike witnessed by Franca Bermali wasn’t compatible with neither of the three city bikes owned by the Stasi. Marchetto was also the officer who executed the search warrant for a girl’s bike in Stasi’s house, so it’s not unreasonable to assume he preferred not to seize a black bike if he’d seen one in the garage. Aniello advanced a new reconstruction clearly influenced by Tizzoni’s reasoning:
The deactivation and reactivation of the alarm system of the Poggi house at 1:52 is not adequately explained; it’s suggested it occurred in order to let the cats in, but it’s not clear why it couldn’t have been Stasi who came back and spent the night there, and then finally left at 9:12, immediately after committing the murder. The reconstruction according to which the murder was committed after 9:12 is assumed to be unquestionable without giving any reason for the exclusion of an alternative hypothesis compatible with the autopsy. […] The murder was committed by a person the victim knew well enough to open the door in pajamas. The same judgment under appeal acknowledges that there has been no break-in and that no valuable asset has been stolen. The hypothesis of a man who climbed over the gate or the surrounding wall – who (immediately after Chiara deactivated the alarm) entered the house and attacked her, hitting her several times until killing her, then dragged the body to the cellar door, opened the door and threw the body on the stairs, apparently went to the bathroom to clean himself (two missing towels), surely cleaned other surfaces (e.g. the cellar door, where there are no fingerprints) and finally left without taking anything – is simply fanciful.
Aniello also proposes an interesting interpretation of Stasi’s movements on the morning of August 13th:
Stasi makes a series of phone calls, both from landline and mobile and both on Chiara’s home phone and mobile phone, at regular intervals, the longest between 9:44 and 10:47, the shortest between 12:20 and 12:46. Between 10:46 and 10:48 there is a moment of nervous agitation, for Stasi makes seven calls on Chiara’s cell phone, which actually received only one of them because there was no signal. I’d say that this already suggests Stasi got upset when Chiara’s cell phone didn’t keep ringing and it was either turned off or unreachable. Then, at 13.27, something different happens: a call to the landline number of the Poggi is answered, the response lasts around 12 seconds, not a very short time; it’s an automatic operation caused by the answering machine. Immediately after this phone call with a silent answer, Stasi decides to go out and, while calling her repeatedly on the landline number and her cell phone, rushes to Chiara’s home. The fact is that the defendant will never say, once questioned, that he had a silent answer and remained on the line for 12 long seconds. And then, putting these circumstances together, it is reasonable to assume that Stasi, hearing that there was life on the other end, panicked and imagined that his victim had somehow recovered and picked up the phone.
Against all expectations the appeal ws successful: among the grounds for a mistrial, the SC ordered DNA tests and expert reports. Despite the cancellation of the two acquittals, the SC report reiterated that it was difficult “to reach a decision, be it acquittal or conviction, marked by consistency, credibility and reasonableness” and therefore “impossible to condemn or acquit Alberto Stasi,” preferring, however, not to confirm the acquittal pending new scientific examinations.
2014: Stasi re-trial: swapped pedals, the impossible walk and an unsatisfactory conviction
The SC requested two expert reports to be arranged: one to determine whether Stasi could have walked in the hallway towards the basement without coming into contact with the bloodstains, and the other aimed to test genetic residues on top of her nails and on a hair found in her hand.
Tests on billions of virtual combinations showed that if Stasi had stopped at the first step of the cellar stairs, the chance of not touching even an invisible bloodstain would have been 0.00038%; if he had gone down another step, the percentage would have been even lower. The generous assumption was that Stasi covered the hallway with only eight steps, even though it’s not easy to take one-meter steps as hypothesized in the first trial, especially if Stasi was somehow distraught. Furthermore, prosecution expert Testi believed that the theory of the “unconscious avoidance” had no scientific basis insofar bloodstains are no puddles or irrelevant obstacles (moreover Stasi would have had to avoid the stains even after the discovery of the body). The hair in Chiara’s hand could not be tested because it lacked the bulb, while the DNA on the nails wasn’t compatible with Stasi and deemed to be irrelevant since it hadn’t been caused by a struggle. Laura Barbaini, who led the prosecution another time after having lost the first trial, spun the narrative of an internally divided attacker:
Stasi as the one who discovered the body doesn’t exist. The killer Stasi entered that house a few hours earlier, wearing a pair of missing shoes (size 42) that left footprints identical to those found at the crime scene. The defense doesn’t want to surrender to the evidence and talks about the dispersion of traces or “unconscious avoidance.” The defense attorneys are clever but misleading. We can’t speak of dispersion because Stasi handed over the shoes only seventeen hours after the discovery of the body and he also claims to have entered the car immediately after the discovery of Chiara’s body though there isn’t a single trace of blood on his car mat.
Tizzoni attacked another point of the defendant’s account. While it’s true that Stasi didn’t own any bicycle compatible with the mysterious black girl’s bike seen by two witnesses at 9:15, the civil party lawyer found out that the pedals of the red bike handed to the investigators by Stasi were not those originally assembled with the model, but rather Wellgo pedals best suited for a sportive city bike. Tizzoni’s idea was that Stasi for some reason swapped the pedals of the bicycle on which he’d fleed from Chiara’s house and put them on the red bike he then gave to the police. This doesn’t make much sense, but at least it’s consistent with the witnesses’ account: Stasi got rid of the bike but decided to keep the pedals and that explains why Chiara’s DNA was found on them.
The Court of Assizes of Milan that presided the re-trial convicted Alberto Stasi for voluntary murder without the aggravating circumstances of having acted with cruelty or for futile reasons, even though the motive is not precisely stated in the motivations report compiled by the Court and the killing was in fact brutal. Stasi must serve 16 years in prison. In the automatic appeal filed to the Supreme Court, prosecutor Aniello asked the conviction to be confirmed and the addition of the aggravating circumstance of the cruelty (to exacerbate the sentence to a maximum of 30 years, contrasting the automatic reduction of years to serve by Stasi’s choice of a fast-track trial). Stasi asked either to be acquitted without delay or for another mistrial, referring to the doubts previously expressed by the Supreme Court itself on the impossibility of determining guilt or innocence with certainty.
The following year, in a curious twist, assistant SC prosecutor Oscar Cedrangolo (who temporarily took over Aniello) argued that gross errors had been made during the preliminary investigation and that Aniello and Mazzoni were making “an insistent attempt to find a motive in order to derive a causal element and doing so they revealed all the weakness of the accusatory system.” However, as a sign of “respect,” as the prosecutor himself said several times, he asked for a new trial against the murderer of Chiara Poggi, in acceptance of both the request of the victim’s family and the Stasi appeal. Cedrangolo also complained the CoA’s sentence to 16 years was absurd: ”If Stasi is innocent, he must be acquitted; if he’s guilty, the aggravating circumstances should be taken into account and he must be condemned to 30 years in prison.”
On December 12th, 2015, though, the Supreme Court confirmed the sentence-bis of the Court of Appeal of Milan finally condemning Alberto Stasi to 16 years of imprisonment without the delineation of a precise motive, generically proposing Stasi acted in a fit of rage and thus rejecting the aggravating circumstances of cruelty or futile reasons. Chiara Poggi’s mom, who had preferred not to join the SC proceedings after Cedrangolo’s indictment, was surprised when she talked with journalists after the sentencing hearing: “Justice has been done finally, the justice we wanted.” To the question of whether she was “happy” for Stasi’s conviction, she firmly replied that “it must never be forgotten that the tragedy affected two families.” Barbaini chose not to file an appeal to the SC to aggravate Stasi’s sentence.
In 2016, Stasi filed an extraordinary appeal for procedural defect (because witnesses not delegitimized in the sentencing motivations were not called to stand in the re-trial) and his defense team presented Andrea Sempio as a new suspect; Stasi complained his right to a fair trial had been violated. While the appeal was initially described as “well-founded” by the Attorney General of Milan, the Court of Appeal rejected Stasi’s request; he then filed another extraordinary appeal to the SC, hoping the rejection would be overturned, but the following year the SC confirmed the CoA’s decision.
This year, Stasi filed another appeal but I don’t think he really advanced “new” evidence; his lawyers were probably just pushing for a re-evaluation of the items against Sempio. The Court of Appeal refused to review the trial another time. On October 9th, 2020, Stasi announced he will move the appeal to the Supreme Court again. In his letters from prison, Stasi compares himself to Enzo Tortora (famous TV host who was unjustly accused of belonging to the Camorra) and asks Pope Francis to pray for him.
Francesco Caringella, The Summer of Garlasco: The Reconstruction of the Crime that Shocked Italy (2019, available in Italian, 228 pages)
Italian wiki page of the Garlasco murder
Court of Assizes’ sentencing report for the conviction of Stasi (December 17th, 2014)
Stasi brutally murdered girlfriend. Explanation of 16-year jail term released (March 16th, 2015)
New suspect in Garlasco murder case following DNA tests (December 23rd, 2016)
The Court of Appeal of Brescia rejects Stasi’s request of a third trial (January 24th, 2017)
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2020.09.15 16:56 dem0n0cracy Very Low-Carbohydrate Ketogenic Diet for the Treatment of Severe Obesity and Associated Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: The Role of Sex Differences

Very Low-Carbohydrate Ketogenic Diet for the Treatment of Severe Obesity and Associated Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: The Role of Sex Differences
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Very Low-Carbohydrate Ketogenic Diet for the Treatment of Severe Obesity and Associated Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: The Role of Sex Differences
Marco D'Abbondanza 1 2, Stefano Ministrini 1, Giacomo Pucci 1 2, Elisa Nulli Migliola 1, Eva-Edvige Martorelli 1, Vito Gandolfo 1 2, Donatella Siepi 1, Graziana Lupattelli 1, Gaetano Vaudo 1 2Affiliations expand


Very low-carbohydrate ketogenic diets (VLCKDs) are an emerging nutritional treatment for severe obesity and are associated with a significant improvement in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Little is known about the effect of sex differences on weight loss induced by following a VLCKD. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of sex differences on weight loss and NAFLD improvement in patients with severe obesity undergoing a VLCKD. Forty-two females and 28 males with severe obesity underwent a 25-day VLCKD. Anthropometric parameters, bioimpedentiometry, degree of liver steatosis measured by ultrasonography, liver function tests, and glucose homeostasis were measured before and after the VLCKD. Males experienced a significantly larger excess body weight loss (EBWL) and a greater reduction in γ-glutamyl transferase (γGT) than females. Dividing the female group by menopausal status, a significant difference between males and pre-menopausal females was found for both EBWL and γGT. No significant difference between groups was observed for improvement in the Edmonton stage or in the degree of steatosis. We conclude that the efficacy of following a VLCKD in severe obesity is affected by sex differences and, for females, by menopausal status. Males seem to experience larger benefits than females in terms of EBWL and NAFLD improvement. These differences are attenuated after menopause, probably because of changes in hormonal profile and body composition.
Keywords: body composition; non-alcoholic fatty liver disease; severe obesity; sex differences; very low-carbohydrate ketogenic diet.

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Supplementary Materials: The following are available online at, Figure S1: Composition of very low-carbohydrate ketogenic diets. Table S1: Probabilities of improvement in the Edmonton stage and the ultrasonographically measured degree of steatosis after 25 days of a very-low carbohydrate ketogenic diet, according to sex and menopausal status (Fisher’s exact test). Probabilities are expressed as odds ratios (ORs) and 95% confidence intervals (95% CIs).
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2020.07.05 20:18 LearningIsListening A not-so-brief rundown of letters D-F in Jeffrey Epstein's 'Little Black Book'

Below is a rundown of letters D-F of Epstein's contacts. Last year, I wrote about letters A-C. You can check that out here ( There are some misspelled names. Epstein entered their names like this.
I have bolded some of the more interesting connections and information, but there could be much more that I overlooked. I hope something here strikes an interest in someone and maybe we can get more investigations out of this. Please, if you know anything more about any of these people than what is presented here, post below. I am working off of the unredacted black book found here:
d’abo, Henri & Tatiana: John Henry Erland d’Abo is the grandson of the 9th Duke of Rutland (more info on what these titles all mean can be found here: Tatjana is his wife. Henry is the chairman of Wilton Payments Ltd, a private company that helps with financial intermediation. He and Christopher O’Neill are the primary shareholders of the company. O’Neill is Tatjana’s half-brother, a British-American financier, and husband to Princess Madeleine, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland, a daughter of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.
d’abo, Mrs. Jennifer: British entrepreneur who passed away in 2003. d’Abo was once married to Peter Cadbury from the family of the famous chocolate company. Peter did not work for the company, but he and Jennifer d’Abo had a son together. Their son, Joel Cadbury, became owner of the Groucho Club, a watering hole often frequented by famous people. Three years after Cadbury sold the club, their website became the center of a child pornography scandal (link to story:
D’Alessie, Carman: This name turned up no results, however, we can safely assume that this is actually Carmen D’Alessio, the international nightlife guru who helped spawn Studio 54 and other famous clubs. She is a party legend with countless celebrity ties.
d’Arenberg, Prince Pierre: Family lineage can be traced back 1000 years. European royalty. Extremely wealthy not because of his ties to nobility, but because his mother, Margaret Bedford, was an heiress to Standard Oil (Exxon).
d’Uzes, Jacques De crussol: The 17th Duke of Uzes. Not much else found on him. Margaret Bedford married into his family shortly after her divorce with Prince Charles Auguste Armand d’Arenberg, father of Prince Pierre d’Arenberg.
Dabbagh, Amr A.: A wealthy businessman/investor from Saudi Arabia. Dabbagh recently faced corruption charges but settled with the Saudi Arabian government. Has ties all around the world, as he is a member of and/or serves/served on the boards of the World Economic Forum, London Business School, Cleveland Clinic, Jeddah Economic Forum, Harvard Institute for Social and Economic Policy in the Middle East, etc.
Dahl, Sophie: ‘90s-’00s model-turned-author and maternal granddaughter of famous author Roald Dahl (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, James and the Giant Peach, etc.) Dahl has been seen in photos with Ghislaine Maxwell.
Darrin, Drake: Not much information found. Darrin runs an investment group out of Greenwich, Connecticut. Lived about a mile away from Epstein in NYC.
Dartmouth, William: The 10th Earl of Dartmouth. Member of the European Parliament from 2009-2019. Became a stepbrother of Princess Diana when his mother embarked on a 2nd marriage with Diana’s father, John Spencer.
Davies, Jeff: Most likely refers to the current CFO for Legal & General Group. Davies was once a senior partner at Ernst & Young.
Davies, David & Linda: Sir David Davies is a wealthy banker and businessman with deep connections. A family friend introduced him to David Rockefeller back in the ‘60s, which helped him get his start. Linda, daughter of a Chinese-Malaysian tycoon, is his second wife. They were married for over 20 years but are now divorced.
Davis, Michael: A current partner at N3 Media, Davis has had many jobs. He started out working at CAA, one of the top agencies in the world. Check out this list of celebrities and athletes that they represent ( Davis then went on to produce movies and TV shows before transitioning to digital media.
Day, Nick and Heather: Not much to be found on these two. There are several articles that speak of their ranch in Kenya. Apparently, it is a fairly popular spot where people stay to get some rest and solitude.
de Andrade, Marcelo: An international banker (not the serial killer) who lives within one mile of Epstein’s mansion in NYC. de Andrade was married to Lisa Bjornson, a successful banker and higher-up at J.P. Morgan Securities back in the ‘90s.
de Baecque, Patrick: de Baecque has his hands in online news media ( in France. de Baecque was named Director of Sales and Operations at Dolead in 2017. Dolead is a company that is involved with online marketing.
de Cabrol, Milly: A high-end interior designer based out of NYC.
De Cadenet, Alen: Alain de Cadenet is one of Epstein’s many Formula One contacts. Someone here probably knows more about de Cadenet, but he used to be a racecar driver and now works for ESPN and the Speed Channel as a host.
de Clermont-Tonnerre, Hermine: A French princess who used to have a penchant for partying. The only daughter of Charles Henri, 11th Duke of Clermont-Tonnerre, Hermine was one of 500 guests invited to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother’s 100th birthday back in 2000. Hermine got in a motorcycle crash a month ago that put her in a coma.
De Georgiou, Anouska: A former British Playboy model who claims that Epstein groomed and raped her as a teenager when she met him in the 1990s. Her experience with Epstein is detailed in this article ( She speaks about how Epstein was able to lure her into the life as a young girl.
De Soto, Fernando: Very difficult to pinpoint. Best guess is that this is the Head of Real Estate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Madrid, Spain. I could be wrong, but this is the one that made the most sense.
Dedieu, Jean & Paulette: Nothing found.
Del Bono, Luca: Co-founder of Quintessentially Group, a hospitality group that specializes in leisure, travel, and tourism.
Dell, Adam: Brother of Michael Dell (Founder of Dell Technologies and 27th ranked richest person in the world in Forbes’s BS rankings that discount the elite families). Adam is a venture capitalist who has a baby with Padma Lakshmi.
Deluca Dina & Fouard Chartuuni: Fouad Chartouni is the president of Kensico Properties, a real-estate holding company in New York. Chartouni and his brother own the Lowell Hotel in New York. The Lowell is a high-end 5 star hotel that caters largely to film executives, fashion design CEOs, publishing CEOs, and financial CEOs. Madonna lived there for nearly a year after breaking up with Sean Penn. Dina Deluca is Chartouni’s wife. She used to work as an assistant in film and television, but now focuses on her DDC28 brand of bath and beauty products.
Derby Earl / Cntess Cass & Ted: Edward Stanley (known informally as Teddy) is the 19th Earl of Derby. Caroline Stanley is Ted’s wife. She was a socialite during the ‘90s and is the daughter of Robin Neville, the 10th Baron Braybrooke.
Derby, Ros & Jonathan: No info found.
Di Vita, Charlotte: Best known for her handcrafted teapots, di Vita started off as a volunteer who helped raise funds to help poor people, most notably in Kenya, Thailand, and Brazil. She helped locals grow food and even helped build 3 schools (37 teachers, 1100 students) through a charity, Trade plus Aid, in Bawku, Ghana, in 1995.
Dickenson, Debbie: Supermodel and actress. Sister of the more famous Janice Dickinson.
Dickinson, Janice: One of the most successful models of the ‘70s and ‘80s, Dickinson has been occasionally labeled as the first ever supermodel. Opened her own modeling agency in 2005. Ironically, she accused Bill Cosby of raping her back in 1982 and wrote about it in her memoir. When called to the stand during Cosby’s trial, Cosby’s lawyer pointed out the differences between Dickinson’s testimony and her account of the incident in her memoir. Dickinson said that her accusations of Cosby raping her while under oath were the absolute truth, while she took “poetic license” with some of the details in her memoir.
Dietrich Marc Antoine and Cath: Baron Marc-Antoine de Dietrich is a businessman. He resigned as director of Vossloh Cogifer in 2011.
Dietrich, Paul & Laura: Paul is Chief Investment Officer of Fairfax Global Markets LLC. They manage investments for private investors, retirement funds, and private institutions.
Dimbelby, Johnathan: Jonathan Dimbleby is a famous British reporter, political radio and television show host, and author.
Diniz, Pedro: Former Formula One driver and businessman. Now runs a large scale organic farm in Brazil.
Dixon, Alexandra: No info found.
Djerassi, Dale: Film producer and private investor who was married to Ghislaine Maxwell’s sister, Isabel, from 1984-1989.
Dolbey, Alex & Suzie: Suzie Dolbey (nee Murray-Philipson) is the daughter of the recently deceased Robin Murray-Philipson, who was the descendant of the Viscounts Elibank. Alex Dolbey has been the director of several management and investment companies.
Donne, Alegra: Couldn’t find much except a bunch of pictures of her hobnobbing at fancy parties. Actual name is Maria Allegra Donn.
Dori: Dori Cooperman is a socialite blogger who is friends with Alex von Furstenberg, Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, among others. Daughter of Edwin Cooperman, former Chairman of Travelers Bank Group. Used to work for the famous publicist, Lizzie Grubman, who has represented Jay-Z, Britney Spears, and the Backstreet Boys. Cooperman is known for getting into trouble due to issues with drugs and alcohol.
Dorrit: Dorrit Moussaieff is an Israeli jewellery designer, editor, and businesswoman who married into royalty. Dorrit was the First Lady of Iceland from 2003-2016 after marrying President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson in 2000. Although Moussaieff claims that Epstein only had her phone number because they “lived on the same street in London sometime between 1978 and 1983,” the Daily Mail published a picture of her and her husband, President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, with Ghislaine Maxwell.
Doss, David & Christy Prunier: David Doss has worked as producer and/or executive producer on NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, Oprah in Africa, Primetime (with Diane Sawyer), Anderson Cooper 360, and Live PD. Doss now serves as senior VP of news programming for Al Jazeera America. Christy Prunier is a former Hollywood exec and founder of the Willa brand of beauty products.
Douglas, Diandra: Actor Michael Douglas’s first wife.
Dr. Eli Wiesel: Most likely Elie Wiesel, the famous Holocaust survivor and Jewish author of Night**. Wiesel was accused of sexual assault in 2017 (source:**
Drax, Jeremy: Founder of Parham Holdings, a London property operation.
Dreesmann, Bernard: Executive Chairman of Morleys department stores in London.
Driver, Minnie: Famous movie and television actress.
Dubb, Anthony V.: Dub is an investment banker and founder of Indigo Capital, LLC.
Dubbens, Peter: Peter Dubens is a British Internet entrepreneur and investor. Founder of Oakley Capital.
Dubin, Glen: Glenn Dubin is a billionaire hedge fund manager. There is a great article detailing Dubin and his wife’s relationship with Epstein here: Summary of the article: Dubin was the first one accused by Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre. Rinaldo Rizzo, Dubin’s chef, testified that sexual activities occurred between Dubin and a 15-year-old girl, which led to him and his wife quitting as personal chefs of the Dubins. Dubin’s wife, Dr. Eva Andersson-Dubin, dated Epstein for a long time before she married Dubin. The couple was so close with Epstein that even after Epstein was convicted in 2008 and officially a registered sex offender, they invited him to Thanksgiving dinner and wrote a letter to his probation officer that they trusted him around their children, who were all minors at the time. Multiple sources say Epstein was actually their children’s Godfather, but a spokesman for the couple denies it. Glen Dubin and Epstein helped each other with their business ties, as well. Dubin also had other ties with Epstein (personal friends with Les Wexner and others). Dubin and his wife are definitely major players in the Epstein saga.
Dubin, Louis & Tiffany: Louis Dubin is a real estate developer specializing in upper-middle class condominiums. Has sold luxury condominiums to the likes of Charles Bronfman, who has ties to the Clintons, Wexner, and whose family were in the NXIUM cult. Tiffany Dubin is the stepdaughter of the now deceased billionaire, A. Alfred Taubman, the owner of Sotheby’s, a famous auction house in NYC that often hosts parties for the rich and famous.
Dubin, Peter: Epstein is/was a moron. This is the same Peter Dubens listed just above.
Duchess of York: Former wife of Prince Andrew. Mother of Princess Beatrice and Eugenie. God knows the stories she could tell. Rumor has it her toes still look like prunes to this day.
Ducrey-Giordano, Francisco: Likely the owner of General Vegetables out of Italy. No further info found.
Duesing, Paul: An interior architectural designer who has worked on luxury and personal resorts all around the world. Duesing claims Epstein tried to hire him to work on Epstein’s home on Epstein’s private island back in 2002, but Duesing declined because he didn’t like Epstein. Says he doesn’t even know how Epstein got his number in the first place. Perhaps it was Duesing’s ties with the royal family. He tells stories of getting the Queen Mother drunk, being close with Lord and Lady Lloyd, working on the home of Mohamed Al-Fayed, father of Dodi, Princess Diana’s boyfriend who died in the car crash with her.
Duke of York: Prince Andrew, the toe-sucking pedophile (allegedly), himself. Photographed with victims, Epstein, and Maxwell many times over. His reputation has been completely crushed.
Dunbar Johnson Miranda & Steph: Stephen Dunbar-Johnson is the president, International of the New York Times Company. He oversees the strategic development of the Times Company’s international businesses. He also spent 12 years working at The Financial Times. Miranda Dunbar-Johnson is Stephen’s wife. She serves on The Paris Committee, which “plays a crucial role in increasing Human Rights Watch’s visibility in France.” David de Rothschild is on the honorary committee.
Dunne, Griffin: An actor, producer, and director best known for his role as Jack in An American Werewolf in London (1981).
Dunne, Philip & Dominice: Philip Dunne is a Conservative Party politician who has been a Member of Parliament since 2005. Domenica is his wife.
Duong, Anh: An artist, actress, and model best known for her self-portraits and her portraits of art collectors and influencers. As a model, Duong has worked for Dolce & Gabbana, Christian Dior, Donna Karan, Karl Lagerfield, Moschino, Yohji Yamamoto, and others.
Durso Luigi: Luigi d’Urso was a noble and Italian railroad executive who died in 2006. His grandfather was the 9th Duke di Cassano. His mother was the great-granddaughter of George Clymer, one of the founding fathers of the U.S. and signee of both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. d’Urso was also married to French designer and model Ines de la Fressange.
Duthie, John & Charlotte: John is primarily a television director based out of London. Duthie also won some poker tournaments against some of the world’s best players in the early 2000s. His wife, Charlotte played a big role in Sir James Goldsmith’s political career as a member of the Referendum Party back in 1997. Goldsmith received 3.5% of the vote in Putney, a constituency located in London.
Dzhabrailou, Umar: Umar Dzhabrailov is a Russian politician and advisor to Sergei Prikhodko, the current First Deputy Head of the Russian Government Office and Deputy Prime Minister of Russia in Dmitry Medvedev’s Cabinet. Dzhabrailov was rumored to be romantically linked to Naomi Campbell, supermodel and one of the main suspects in Epstein’s underage sex scandal, in the early 2000s. Dzhabrailov, a supremely wealthy businessman, ran for president in 2000, garnering 0.1% of the vote as an Independent. Dzhabrailov was a partner in Russia’s Radisson Hotel along with American entrepreneur Paul Tatum. After their falling out in 1996, Tatum was shot and killed. Some think Dzhabrailov was responsible while others think he was set up.
Ecclestone, Bernie: A billionaire British business magnate and former chief executive of Formula One Group. Ecclestone has faced some minimal controversies for tax evasion, bribery, and saying that Hitler was a man who was “able to get things done.” Disgustingly enough, Ecclestone, at the age of 89, became a father to his first son, Ace, on July 1, 2020.
Eckon, Paul: Paul Ekon is an international investor and venture capitalist who allegedly fled South Africa in the mid-90s because he was being investigated for links to a gold-smuggling syndicate. Has strong ties to South Africa, including being a personal friend of former president, Thabo Mbeki.
Edsel, Lucinda: No info found.
Edwards, Andrew & Tracy: Unsure. There was an Andrew Edwards and Tracy Edwards on linkedin who have a background in finance, but it is not conclusive whether or not they are the ones listed here or if they are even married. There is also a Tracy Edwards who is a former British sailor who used to work as a Project Manager for Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) and now teaches children of Internet safety and online reputation. This would be a far more interesting connection, but I cannot find anyone by the name of Andrew with a relevant relationship to her.
Ellan, Johnathan: No info found. Given his email, likely an employee of Starwood Capital Group, a private investment firm that is widely known for their luxury hotels. Starwood also specializes in real estate and energy.
Elias, Brian: A Miami Beach attorney.
Eliasch, Johan & Amanda: Johan is a Swedish billionaire businessman whose company, Gethal, was fined for alleged deforestation of the Amazon in 2008. The charges were dropped. Amanda is his ex-wife.
Elingworth, Charlie & Amanda: Charles Ellingworth is an author, businessman, and director of several real estate companies, most notably Cadogan Group, which owns most of the property in Chelsea, an affluent area in Central London.
Elizabeth: Not enough info.
Ellenbogen, Eric: An entertainment exec of Classic Media (a subsidiary of Dreamworks) and former CEO of Marvel Enterprises.
Ellingworth, Mr. & Mrs.: Charlie and Amanda listed just above.
Elliot, Ben: Current Co-Chairman of the Conservative Party in the UK and nephew of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (Prince Charles’s current wife). Elliot is also co-founder of Quintessentially Group, a hospitality group that specializes in leisure, travel, and tourism. Epstein has several ties to this group. Elliot’s spokesman has said that Elliot never met Epstein. However, Elliot has been a dinner guest of Ghislaine Maxwell in New York.
Elliott, Gail & Joe Coffey: Gail Elliott is an English fashion designer and former model. Joe Coffey is her husband and co-owner of their fashion brand, Little Joe Woman.
Ellison, Mandy & Ralph: Ralph Ellison is a pharmaceutical executive and investor. He was CEO of DOR BioPharma Inc., now known as Soligenix Inc. a company focused on treating rare diseases. Soligenix came under scrutiny two years ago when they were accused of ripping off stockholders.
Elwes, Anabel: Not much information to be found on Annabel Elwes, although it is clear that she runs in elite circles. Back in 1997, Elwes organized the Hong Kong handover party in order to aid the Hong Kong Cancer Fund. Guests included Anthony de Rothschild (eldest son of Evelyn de Rothschild); James Hewitt (former cavalry officer who revealed that he had an affair with Princess Diana while she was with Prince Charles. Possibly the biological father of Prince Harry, if rumors are to be believed); actress Isla Fisher of Wedding Crashers fame; socialite Tamara Beckwith; and Bassam Debs (listed in the Panama Papers).
Epstein, Ed: An investigative journalist and friend of Epstein. Denies any knowledge of Epstein’s penchant for underage girls.
Erba Noona: Noona Smith-Petersen is a public relations executive who has worked for Giorgio Armani, Valentino, Calvin Klein, and Tod’s. She now owns her own PR firm. Noona is married to Enrico Erba, who is a client manager for Giorgio Armani.
Espirito, Santo, Manuel and Ros: Manuel Espirito Santo is likely an heiemployee of the Portuguese banking cartel, Espirito Santo, which received a major bailout in 2014.
Estlin, Jean-Marc: Jean-Marc Etlin is a banker and current partner in CVC Capital Partners, one of the world’s largest private equity and investment advisory firms.
Estrada, Juffali, Christina: Christina Estrada is a former Pirelli Calendar model and ex-wife (2001-2014) of Saudi billionaire heir and businessman, Walid Juffali. She received a £75 million settlement after their divorce.
Evans, Chris: Not the Captain America Chris Evans, but the UK television host and radio DJ. Evans has been rumored to often “flash” people at work (source: The BBC has also refused to investigate claims from an ex-Top Gear presenter that Evans “grabbed her breasts and touched himself.” When Evans was 35, he married 18-year-old pop star Billie Piper. They eventually separated and divorced years later.
Eveheart, Angie: Angie Everheart was one of the most well-known models of the 1990s. She has accused Harvey Weinstein of masturbating in front of her.
Faber, David: Due to the London area phone number listed, this is likely the former Conservative member of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. His maternal grandfather, Harold Macmillan, was Prime Minister of the UK from 1957-1963. As of 2010, Faber was to become head of Summer Fields, his former prep school. Summer Fields, an exclusive all-boys prep school, has come under scrutiny in the past. Tom Parker Bowles, son of Camilla Duchess of Cornwall (Prince Charles’s wife), has claimed that Summer Fields was “a hotbed of the sorts of things that are coming out now,” according to this article ( from the Daily Mail published in 2014. Parker Bowles went on to claim that one master would join naked boys in the shower.
Faber, Sally & Brook Johnson: Charles “Brook” Johnson is a millionaire UK businessman and polo player. His wife, Sally Faber was a weather girl in the 1980s and former wife of former David Faber (listed above). They live next door to Prince Charles in Highgrove.
Faibairn, Charlotte: Charlotte Fairbairn is an author who has worked in the arts, politics, and journalism. Most importantly, she is the eldest daughter of Sir Nicholas Fairbairn (1933-1995), a Scottish politician and former legal adviser to Margaret Thatcher, who was posthumously accused of child molestation and sexual assault against an adult female. Sir Nicholas’s name was allegedly on a list of VIPs who attended parties at an underage boys brothel in the 1980s with Cyril Smith, another British government official and alleged serial sex offender. More info can be found on both here: and here:
Fairfax, The Hon Rupert: Hon. Rupert Alexander James Fairfax is the son of Thomas Brian McElvie Fairfax, 13th Lord of Fairfax of Cameron. Rupert is currently Managing Director of Fairfax Saddles, which was awarded the Queen’s Award for Innovation in 2018. This is the highest business award in the UK.
Fairweather, Natasha: A well-known literary agent who was the literary editor of The Moscow Times and writereviewer for the London Times and The Economist.
Fairweather, Ms. Catherine: Former travel editor at Harper’s Bazaar and Porter. Married to photojournalist Don McCullin. McCullin co-wrote The Palestinians with Jonathan Dimbleby, another Epstein associate listed above.
Fairweather, Ambassador & Lady: Sir Patrick Fairweather is a retired British diplomat. He worked as Ambassador to Angola (1985-1987), Italy (1992-1996), and Albania (1992-1996). Lady Maria Fairweather was a linguist and professional interpreter who once helped out Bill Clinton and Boris Yeltsin when the official interpreter disappeared at a crucial moment just before the commencement of the G7 Summit.
Fakhre, Armado & Jasmine: Amado Fakhre is the British-Argentinian Founder and former CEO of Coral Capital, a Havana-based investment group best known for its joint venture partner in Havana’s upscale Saratoga Hotel. Fakhre was arrested for corruption and Coral Capital was forced to shut its doors in Havana. Fakhre was interrogated for 20 months in a Cuban safe house and eventually got sentenced to 5-7 years for bribery, but did not have to serve any time. No explanation has been given. Jasmine is his wife.
Fakhre, Danny & Christine: Danny Fakhre is the Chairman of Kochii Oil out of Australia. Christiane is his wife.
Fall, Meredith: No info found.
Fallah, Mrs: Likely Gina Fallah, mother of Christina Fallah. Gina’s father was Reza Fallah, an Iranian businessman and political advisor.
Fallah, Ms. Christina & Jon Robe: Christina Fallah is an interior designer and owner of Christina Fallah designs.
Falletans, Olivier de: Managing partner at Bryan, Olivier, & Co., a mid-market investment bank in Technology. Olivier comes from a family of nobility dating back to at least the 13th century.
Fanjul, Pepe: Jose “Pepe” Fanjul is a billionaire businessman involved in sugar and real estate. Vice Chairman and President of Flo-Sun. “Pepe” is a Republican. He was one of the largest contributors to George W. Bush’s campaign, is an ardent supporter of Marco Rubio, and co-hosted a large fundraiser for Donald Trump. His older brother, Alfonso Fanjul Jr., is a Democrat and was a co-chair of Bill Clinton’s Florida campaign, further proving that POLITICAL PARTISANSHIP IS A CROCK OF SHIT.
Faulkner, Terence & Cornelia: Terence Faulkner is Chairman of Leathams PLC, a London-based food distributor. Cornelia is Terence’s wife. She is Director of Leathams and a specialist decorator.
Feeley, Fiona: An interior designer at Atelier Designs.
Fekkai, Frederic: A French celebrity hairstylist.
Feldman, Andrew: Orthopaedic surgeon in New York City.
Felix, Helena: Not much to be found on Helena. She was possibly the director of an investment firm called Edenhaven Limited. Her husband, Peter, was an oral surgeon. He passed away in 2011.
Fell, David & Anne: Nothing much found here. After a lot of digging, it turns out that David Fell lives in an apartment at 1177 Avenue of the Americas, a real estate holding of Larry Silverstein, owner of the World Trade Center who (allegedly) took out insurance on the WTC just before 9/11.
Ferragamo, Leonardo & Beatrice: Leonardo is the son of Salvatore Ferragamo, the creator of Salvatore Ferragamo, S.p.A., an Italian luxury goods company specializing in shoes, leather goods, and watches.
Ferranti, Hugo: Hugo de Ferranti is an art dealer. He is also a Director for Action on Addiction, a UK-based charity for people with drug and alcohol addiction issues. Kate Middleton has served as patron of Action on Addiction since 2012.
Ferry, Brian: Bryan Ferry is a singesongwriter and the owner of Studio One recording studio in London. In the 1970s, he was the frontman for the British rock band, Roxy Music.
Fiennes, Martin: The heir apparent to the Baron Saye and Sele, a title of peerage in England. Lives in Broughton Castle. Cousin of actor Ralph Fiennes.
Fiennes, Martin: Same person.
Fiennes, Ralph: Famous actor. Cousin of Martin Fiennes. The fact that Epstein knows so many people in this family is troubling.
Fiennes, Suzzana: A British artist who works exclusively with Prince Charles. Susannah is the twin sister of Martin Fiennes and cousin of actor Ralph.
Fifer, Chuck: Not positive, but could be actor Chuck Pfeiffer, who is a close friend of Oliver Stone and was in Wall Street with Michael Douglas. However, it could be someone else. Pfeiffer didn’t have much of an acting career.
Figg, Christopher & Charlotte: Christopher Figg is a movie producer and CEO of Piccadilly Pictures. Figg is best known for producing the first 3 Hellraiser movies, Trainspotting, Dog Soldiers, Heidi, Coriolanus (directed by and starring Ralph Fiennes), We Need to Talk About Kevin, and many others. Charlotte is his wife.
Finch Charles: A failed director who became a talent agent for William Morris. Oversees a private equity finance unit called Finch Asia and is Chairman of Dean & Deluca (66 stores nationwide). Most notably, Charles Finch is known to host extravagant, A-list laden parties at Cannes, home of the world-famous film festival, pre-Oscar parties, and pre-BAFTA parties. There is an in-depth article from the Hollywood Reporter about Finch and his Cannes parties here ( Regulaoccasional guests of his Cannes parties included: Harvey Weinstein, Rush Hour director Brett Ratner (accused of sexual abuse by 6 women, including actress Olivia Munn and actress/model Natasha Henstridge), Mick Jagger, and Netflix bigwig Ted Sarandos. Finch’s pre-Oscar and pre-BAFTA parties have attracted the likes of Jeff Bezos, Robert De Niro, Sofia Coppola, Pedro Almodovar, Margot Robbie, Rashida Jones (daughter of Quincy Jones, music mogul who has been accused of nefarious sexual endeavors), Tracee Ellis Ross, and others Finch is the son of famous actor Peter Finch (A-list actor from the 1960s-1970s, best known for his role in the movie Network, for which he won an Oscar for Best Actor) and Yolande Turner (actress). A deeper look into Finch’s parties and connections would definitely prove interesting.
Finklestein, Howard: Finkelstein is a public defender in Broward County, Florida. In Florida (and some other states), public defenders are elected, not appointed.
Firyal Princess: Jerusalem-born Jordanian princess who was once married to Prince Muhammad bin Talal. Firyal was named an UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador in 1992. Princess Firyal launched the International Hope Foundation in 1994 for the benefit of homeless and street children. Firyal holds positions with several museums (The Louvre, The Tate, MOMA, and Guggenheim), as well as positions with Columbia University, New York Public Library, United Nation Association, and International Rescue Committee.
Fisher, Dan: Given the address listed (Trump Tower), it is possible that this is a former lobbyist ( and current Special Assistant to the President and Director of the White House Visitors Office, however I am unable to confirm this information with 100% certainty.
Flick Mook: Likely Friedrich Christian Flick, known as Mick Flick. The Flick family was a billionaire coal and steel conglomerate that was accused of war crimes during the Holocaust. Flick’s grandfather financially supported the Nazi Party and used 48,000 forced laborers from the concentration camps, many of whom died due to the conditions. Grandfather Flick was found guilty of war crimes at Nuremberg and served 3 years of his 7-year sentence. Mick (Mook) sold most of his holdings in the ‘80s and retired a billionaire.
Foman, Bobby & Jeanette: Robert Q. Fomon currently works as a Managing Director for Morgan Stanley. He specializes in wealth management. He used to be an Assistant Director at Bear Stearns (owned by Chase), one of the investment banks that went under as a result of the 2008 financial crisis. His father is. Robert M. Fomon, Jeanette is his wife. D-F continued below....
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2020.04.13 02:01 jess_askin ABEL, Wolfgang and FURLAN, Marco (Ludwig)

Wrote this up and thought I would post it here. I've included a couple of links which will help clarify one often - repeated mistake for Ludwig. Ludwig did not set the fire at the sex-and-gambling club in Amsterdam. An ex-employee was arrested almost immediately, and later found guilty. Lots of sites (Wikipedia) and books repeat the error and attribute the deaths to Wolfgang and Furlan. While I am still working on obtaining contemporaneous news articles, I feel confident in saying Ludwig did not commit the Amsterdam club fire murders.
In what world do two Neo-Nazis convicted of 10 murders, get 30 years each? In this one. Wolfgang Abel and Marco Furlan, who operated under the single name Ludwig, served even less.
Abel, from West Germany, and Furlan, from Italy, were friends and former students in Verona. Both were well-off, cultured young men from wealthy families. Together, they murdered people, taking credit as Ludwig.
Ludwig was the name they created when they started taunting police and media. It was well into their crime spree when the started leaving Neo-Nazi pamphlets and writings with the bodies of the dead.
The pair targetted anyone they thought was below them, or unacceptable to their Nazi ideals. This included prostitutes, drug addicts, a gay man, and priests. But Abel, the leader of the pair, was never associated with Nazis and claimed himself a liberal.
The first murder was in August, 1977, when they burned Guerrino Spinelli to death inside a Fiat 126, using Molotv coktails. He had been sleeping in the car. The pair decided he was Roma (a gypsy) and worthy of death.
Luciano Stefanato was the next victim. The gay waiter was stabbed 34 times during an attack on December 17, 1978. A year later, on December 12, 1979, Claudio Costa was stabbed to death in Venice for being a drug addict.
On November 25, 1980, Abel and Furlan sent a letter to the local newspaper taking credit for attacks using their moniker, Ludwig. Then in December 1980, they killed a Vicenza prostitute, Alice Maria Barella. She was killed by an axe and hammer, and dismembered or mutilated.
On May 24, 1981, student Luca Martinotti dies in a fire at the tower of Porta San Giorgio. This is a medieaval gate in Verona that dates back to 1321.
More than a year later, on July 20, 1982, Abel and Furlan murder two friars at the Sanctuary of the Madonna di Monte Berico in Vicenza. Father Mario Lovato and Father Giovanni Battista Pigato were killed by hammer blows to the heads. In February, 1983, they attack another priest, but far more vicously. Father Armando Bison, is gay, they claim. They drove a nail into his forehead and then pushed the nail in further using an awl with a crucifix attached.
On March 29, 1983, Pavia professor Silvano Romano is arrested. Police think he is the brain behind Ludwig. They release him on April 6 after realising he is not involved.
Just two months later, on May 14, 1983, Abel and Furlan set fire to Eros, a porn theatre, while patrons were inside. The Milan fire kills five movie goers and one passerby who tried to help. An estimated 40 more people were injured.
Many websites say that on December 17, 1983, Able and Furlan killed 13 people by setting a fire in the “strip club ‘Red House’ in Amsterdam”. The club was called “Club 26” in American news articles and someone else was arrested and found guilty .
On January 7, 1984, Abel and Furlan pour gasoline at the crowded Liverpool disco in Munich and set it ablaze. Tartarotti Corinne, a maid, dies and 40 others were injured.
On March 4, 1984, people in Mantua, Italy are celebrating Carnival. Abel and Furlan disguise themselves and enter the Melamara disco in Catiglione delle Stivierein. Bouncers caught the pair pouring gasoline on carpets, and they were arrested. Neither man knew that new building regulations required fire-proof carpeting for public places.
On December 1, 1986, the trial for Abel and Furlan begins. They are facing 15 charges of murder. In February 1986, the trial comes to an end. Abel and Furlan both receive 30 years each. They have been found guilty of 10 murders. They were acquitted on the other five due to lack of evidence. They were not given life sentences because trial experts declared they were both mentally unstable. Neither man showed up for the rendering of the verdict.
Marco Furlan is granted parole (a different type of parole than in the USA) and on February 1, 1991, he flees the country for Greece. He works for three years with a fake ID and when captured, is found to have millions of dollars in cash around his apartment.
On January 9, 2009, Furlan is again released on parole. He decries the case. He claimed at trial the evidence was fabricated and he was set up.
Wolfgang Abel is released on June 6, 2009. When Abel was released on house arrest (like probation), he continued to declare his innocence. He said he had done nothing wrong, and “it is as if nothing had happened.” He said the fire he tried to set when he was caught was just an act of youthful vandalism.
If you have news articles or legal documents indicating Ludwig were guilty of the Amsterdam fire., please let me know.
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2019.11.15 17:24 tiredadultxoxo 24 [F4M] pls take the NBSB title away from me

Malapit na mag-end ang world; climate change, black plague, at kung anu-anong sakit na nagreresurface.
Hence, I am looking for a boyfriend! Kahit 3 months lang tayo para di naman ako mamatay na NBSB. Hopefully, we'd have fun and connect on a different level. If mag-more than 3 months at masaya pa tayo edi why not? Enjoyin lang natin ang time together and live as if it's not borrowed.
A little background lang why I posted this: weekend na naman at wala naman akong ginagawa on a Friday night. Hahahuhu. My friends work outside the city na while the other friends are tamad na makipag-socialize (tumatanda na talaga). Then, naisip ko lang na what if may jowa ako? Edi sana may ka-chat ako or Friday dinner dates or kasamang maglaro lang sa gilid ng ML or kakwentuhan lang ganern. Lately, nag-rerevolve nalang kasi ang buhay ko sa work and parang nakakalungkot naman. I also tried dating apps pero di ko bet mga nakaka-match ko dun kasi siguro more on face factor siya at di ko naman yun priority hanapin sa future jowa ko.
G if you are QC area kasi tamad ako mag-commute maliban sa nakakaubos ng buhay ang traffic. Plus if matalino ka (coz I'm sapiosexual yata) pero wag naman yung super geek or nerdy baka dumugo ang ilong ko. Bisaya is a go din pero di naman required kasi bet ko rin ilocano or ifugao. No DDS or Marcos-apologist pls. Not taller than 5ft8in, normal BMI pero wag yung may malalaking muscles pls; chubby is okay. Looks ay 7/10 or up pero wag yung masyadong chix-magnet kasi nakakairita kasama pag head-turner baka magmukha akong yaya pag kasama kita. Someone who knows how to do house chores is also +++, ayoko magka-jowa ng bini-baby sa bahay. Dapat marunong ka mag-fold ng sarili mong damit at ikaw naglalaba ng brief mo. Otherwise, eeew. Age range= 24-29. Pls yung walang jowa/asawa/anak lang po.
About me naman: 4ft10in, normal-slightly overweight depende sa stress, I could pass as an undergrad, babyface, makinis (sa malayo jk), ate/tita ng bayan, calm/peaceful on the outside (but chaos inside my head), I have a job na kaya naman ako buhayin pero di ako kaya payamanin so kung naghahanap ka ng sponsor sa iskul that's not me. Nearsighted ako so sorry kung di kita makikita sa malayo. I personally abstain from sex before marriage so if you want sex then you're a no.
Uhm. Ayun lang naman yata. Yung magtatanong na ang sagot ay andito na sa post is out na ha.
Edit: salamat po sa lahat ng nag-chat/message. Tbh na-exhaust ako mag-reply. Na-ubos na yata pang-isang taong social skills ko. Hehe. Di ko inexpect yung number of people na magiging interested dito given na I'm just an average person. *Hugs to everyone and sana mahanap mo na siya (sana rin nahanap ko na 😄)
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2019.10.17 16:16 phumie97 22 [F4M] the girlfriend experience

hello people of reddit. i need someone to talk to like a boyfriend since im having withdrawal symptoms from being in a relationship. no commitment though. i swear hehe. ayoko lang ng kupal dating app guys na sex lang ang hanap. im looking for someone who:
  1. understands that im busy and i need a lot of time for work, school and sleep. (im a grad student) so yes mabagal ako magreply.
  3. respects women. wc means walang pilitan sa sex. di ako sure kung papayag ba ako or not sa ganyang set up so please respect my process.
and for your benefit naman i am: 1. smol and cute. im barely 5 ft. 2. im smart and witty, or at least that’s what they tell me. 3. i am fairly self assured so hindi mo ako kailangang i-validate all the time. 4. i love going out to the movies and gigs. so tara g
yay i hope someone sends me a msg haha let’s see where this goes!!
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2019.03.06 01:56 tombstoneshadows28 Every horror film listed on IMDB for the calendar year 2019 (grouped by current state of completion as of time of this posting.) Part 1 of ?)

Currently In Pre-Production for 2019
  1. Help Wanted (2019/Dave Bundtzen)
  2. From Me to You (2019/Simret Cheema-Innis)
  3. Helping Hands (2019/Benji Sandergaard)
  4. Help Wanted (2019/Dave Bundtzen
  5. Uncle Avery (2019/Charles S. Frank)
  6. Guys at Parties Like It (2019/Colton David Coate and Micah Coate)
  7. Aim for the Eye (2019/Peter Gamble Robinson)
  8. Deadtime Travels - Dead Before Dusk (2019/George Meyers)
  9. It's All Fun and Games (2019/James B. Thomasson)
  10. Das Mädchen und der Bulle (2019/Dominik Heit)
  11. Apparitions (2019/Perri Cummings and Paul Anthony Nelson)
  12. Still (2019/Jeff Kapp)
  13. 360 Seconds of Nothing (2019/10m/Preston Hazard)
  14. Devil (2019/Nathan Frankowski)
  15. Untitled Dream Film (2019/Patricio Gonzalez)
  16. Clowns (2019/Nikki Tomb)
  17. What Remains of Us (2019/Scott W. Perry)
  18. A Christmas Past (2019/Cheyanne Marie Smith)
  19. Disturbed Remains (2019/Michael Jamal Mitchell)
  20. Addition By Subtraction: The Rise To Power (2019/Terrell Williams)
  21. Inaudible Screams (2019/Todd Bagley and W. Abbey Mercando)
  22. Upon Arrival (2019/Scott W. Perry)
  23. The Man (2019)
  24. Dog Skin (2019/Tiago Teixeira)
  25. A Deal with Death (2019/Chrissie Harper)
  26. Hand Painted Coffin (2019/Ian Spencer Holt)
  27. Before Nightfall (2019/15m/Daniel Bushen)
  28. Ghost Babes (2019/K.H. Orth)
  29. Grotesque (2019/Brandon Rhiness)
  30. Doomed (2019/Kevin Brame)
  31. The Matriarch (2019/Bianca Crespo)
  32. Await the Dawn (2019/Pablo Macho Maysonet IV)
  33. Blind Date (2019/Maurice Nix)
  34. Red Eleven: Starry Eyes (2019/Jesse Haaja)
  35. Hosts (2019/Adam Leader and Richard Oakes)
  36. Z: The Story Of What A Zombie Feels Once It's Reanimated (2019/Daniel Mart)
  37. New Tale: The Demon of Elm Street (2019/Chris R. Notarile)
  38. Candle in the Dark (2019/Jonny White)
  39. Caminos Separados (2019/Henri Escoto)
  40. Hazard (2019/Henri Escoto)
  41. Soulless (2019/Dominic Brunt)
  42. Add fel! (2019/Vilmos Heim)
  43. Violet (2019/Samuel Vainisi)
  44. Stringer (2019/Colten Dietz)
  45. Ramona (2019/Nicki Harris)
  46. Confessions of a Teenage Satanist (2019/Steve Custodio)
  47. Bourgeois Absolutie (2019/Jorrit Bouwmans and Jasper Koopmans)
  48. Devil Music (2019/Jim O'Rear and Scott Tepperman)
  49. Faces of the Dead (2019/Will Collazo, Jr.)
  50. The Haunting of Pottersfield (2019/Andre Dixon)
  51. It's Personal (2019/Claire Chubbuck)
  52. Paimon (2019/Jorden Pasols)
  53. Optic Nerve (2019/Peter Hartsock)
  54. The Dracula Cult (2019/91m/Stanley Joseph)
  55. Winter Blood (2019/ Pre-production/Jermaine Nix and Austin Bitikofer)
  56. Silver (2019/Guy Soulsby)
  57. Something Wrong (2019/110m/Azhar Hussain)
  58. To Devon with Love (2019)
  59. Baba Yaga (2019/Richard John Taylor)
  60. Hellbilly Hollow (2019/Kevin Wayne)
  61. Bad Deal (2019/Derek Dodder)
  62. Pure (2019/Derek Dodder)
  63. Dead Dicks (2019/Chris Bavota and Lee Paula Springer)
  64. Doorway (2019/Joe Hammerstone)
  65. Doll House (2019/Steven M. Smith)
  66. Return to Sender (2019/8 min/Haley Noelle Cummings)
  67. The Moon, The Bat, The Monster (2019/Robbie Dias)
  68. Help Me: Begins (2019/Marco Bottiglieri)
  69. Desert Shadows (2019/Tyler Bourns)
  70. The Regret (2019/Bruce Troxell)
  71. Murmur (2019/Natalie McCoy)
  72. Little Darling (2019/Samuel Gonzalez, Jr.)
  73. Repression (2019/3m)
  74. The Ungulate (2019/Davy Lantz, Jr.)
  75. Project Asylum (2019/Robert Gillings)
  76. Halloween: Unforgiving (2019/Ryan Gregory)
  77. The Devils (2019/Matthew Spradlin)
  78. The Compound (2019/Matt Steel)
  79. The Defiler (2019/Marvin Williams)
  80. Tonton Macoute (2019/Nigel Robinson)
  81. Trudi Bowman: The Blue Scarf Killer (2019/Stephen Pimblett)
  82. The Nasty Little Sex Perv Next Door (2019/30m/Michael Sean Erickson)
  83. The Shade (2019/Nick Canning)
  84. Halloween: Return of the Shape (2019/102m/Gabriel Abu-Zeid)
  85. Apóstata (2019/Hugo Cobo)
  86. In Search of Fear (2019/John K. Webster)
  87. The Reckoning (2019/Neil Marshall)
  88. The London Tombs (2019/John K. Webster)
  89. Trick (2019/Patrick Lussier)
  90. Cremated (2019/K.J. Karving)
  91. Slumber Party Slaughter Party 2 (2019/DeWayne Etheridge)
  92. Young Blood (2019/Blair Hoyle)
  93. Resurgent (2019/Keith Parmer)
  94. ZELL 2 (2019/Alexzander Rogers)
  95. Halloween Night (2019/Brittani Baloga)
  96. Single Family Home (2019/Bel Deliá and Tara C. Hall)
  97. Swine Ear (2019/Cullen Ritchie and Phoenix Wilson)
  98. Clown vs. Vampires (2019)
  99. Clown vs. Vampires (2019/Michael Worth)
  100. Michael Myers vs Freddy Kruger (2019/Lazaro Diaz)
  101. Freddy Kruger (2019/Lazaro Diaz)
  102. Michael Myers Comes Home 2 (2019/Lazaro Diaz)
  103. The Dark Sins of the Flesh (2019/Kevin Hernzorth)
  104. 13: Fanboy (2019/Deborah Voorhees)
  105. Relic (2019/Natalie Erika James)
  106. Deep Hatred (2019/Daniela Carvalho)
  107. Landgraves (2019/Jean-François Leblanc)
  108. Create Your Killer (2019/Sarah Giercksky)
  109. Merry Christmas, Mofos 3.0: Next GEN (2019/Cheyanne Marie Smith)
  110. Suffer (2019)
  111. Merry Christmas, Mofos 2.0: New Year's Eve (2019/Cheyanne Marie Smith)
  112. Horror by Midnight (2019/92m/Barry J. Gillis)
  113. Setan Munafik (2019/Yosua Rocky and Majed Salleh)
  114. Forbidden (2019/Edwin Legette)
  115. Seclusive Fright (2019/Benjamin Baker and Parker Knight)
  116. Turno Nocturno (2019/Post-production/J. Luis Rivera)
  117. Patina (2019/Alan Maxson)
  118. Shadowland (2019/Post-production/Simon Kay)
  119. Broken Down (2019/Alejo Vega)
  120. This Guest of Summer (2019/Graham McTavish)
  121. The Jonestown Haunting (2019/85m/Andrew Jones)
  122. From Darkness (2019/Ryan Woebbeking)
  123. Uncle Otto's Truck (2019/Dan Sellers)
  124. Kill Giggles (2019/Jaysen P. Buterin)
  125. A Girl Lost (2019/Priscilla Walton)
  126. The Session (2019/Rhiannon Moller-Trotter)
  127. My Personal Slave (2019)
  128. Bikini Ghost Girls (2019/Kev V. Orth)
  129. Three Black Roses (2019/Kev V. Orth)
  130. Road Head (2019/David Del Rio)
  131. The Woods (2019 Video/60m/Ryan J. Lewis and Brooklyn Valera)
  132. Night of the Living Dead Part II (2019)
  133. Uroboro (2019/110m/Roberto Valdés)
  134. The Embraced (2019/Johnny Holiday
  135. L'intruso (2019/Francesco Roder)
  136. Inhumane (2019/Caleb Vetter)
  137. Nightmare (2019/Diablo Vilhelm)
  138. Ruby (2019/Roger Sampson)
  139. Camp Site (2019/Jerry Collins and Hershel Layne)
  140. Tourette's and Zombies, the Musical (2019/Zak Ferguson)
  141. Repeat. (2019/Adam McCabe)
  142. Must Escape from the Slaughtercity (2019/Hank Biro)
  143. A Wicked Breed (2019/Derek Talib and Rebekah Hart Franklin)
  144. Tweed (2019/Alexander Wraith)
  145. Harp Brothers (2019/David Risotto)
  146. The Evil That Came to Denham (2019/Sharlene Humm)
  147. The Gladds (2019/Dominic Wieneke)
  148. Cattre: The Death Lullaby (2019/Edo Tagliavini)
  149. Ravage (2019)
  150. Death Care (2019/Daniel Murphy)
  151. The Rage 2 (2019/Joshua Cleave)
  152. Carver Cove (2019/Preston Walden)
  153. The End Was Then (2019/Rocky Karlage)
  154. Blue Eyes (2019/Chris Alexander)
  155. Kawaii (2019/10m/Gabriella Kapsaski)
  156. The Final Rose (2019/ Pre-production/Michael Davis)
  157. Ankou (2019/Dave Stishan)
  158. BLACK I IS LEE (2019/Mackey Lavond)
  159. Survival of the Apocalypse (2019/Anthony Caban)
  160. The Surreal Project (2019/József Gallai)
  161. The Barricade (2019/Curtis Carnahan)
  162. Bickle (2019/P.M. Lipscomb)
  163. Lycanthrope (2019/Roger Sampson)
  164. A Spriggan (2019/Keir Burrows)
  165. Darkest Light (2019/Francisco Matias)
  166. Winterwood (2019)
  167. Lux is Mortem (2019/Cain McMillan)
  168. Department 666 (2019/Adam York)
  169. The Evil Marriage (2019/Abrar Rana)
  170. The Russian Razor Massacre 3: The Last Razor (2019/Evgeniy Mishukhin)
  171. Wicked Ones (2019/Tory Jones)
  172. Teacher Shortage (2019/Troy Escamilla)
  173. Boogeyman 2: Curse of the Monster (2019/Evgeniy Mishukhin)
  174. They Came from the Woods (2019/Devin Hansen)
  175. The Necroplasmic Massacre (2019/Sébastien Godin)
  176. Folklore (2019/Michael A. Isaacs)
  177. Desper Hollows (2019/Michael Lindsey)
  178. Omnicron (2019/Caillou Pettis)
  179. Ex Oblivione (2019/Aaron Franke)
  180. Watchmen: Los Vigilantes (2019/189m/Jose Luis Garcia Baylon)
  181. Down There (2019/Adam Hartwick)
  182. Videoteka (2019/Luka Bursac)
  183. Trap House (2019/Steven Metcalf)
  184. The Existence (2019/Buppha Witt)
  185. Snarl (2019/L.J. 'Stark' Greenwood)
  186. Drain Away: Is Pure Longing a Sin? (2019/108m)
  187. Eternal Night of the Dead (2019/Mathew Kister)
  188. The Thing That Keeps You (2019/Preston Walden)
  189. Untitled Horror Project by IndustryWorks Studios (2019/Chris Alexander)
  190. Unnatural Selection (2019/Garth Maxwell)
  191. Batman: Year One (2019/Jose Luis Garcia Baylon)
  192. Call Workshop (2019/Jason Ledford)
  193. Hero and the Girl (2019/Rubén Arnaiz)
  194. Fright Force 2021 (2019 Video/65m/Ernest Serrano)
  195. S.O.H.N.: The Rise of Achak (2019/Chad Ferrin and Justin Price)
  196. Hellion a Horror Anthology (2019/120m/Matthew Dixon)
  197. Something Crashed in the Woods (2019/Jeff Profitt)
  198. The Twin (2019/Max Derin)
  199. Whispers in the Basement of Darkness (2019/Jeff Profitt)
  200. The House Across the Lake (2019 Pre-production/Jennifer Dawn and Russell Hoffman)
  201. Forest of Paranormal (2019/Jeff Profitt)
  202. Cool Air (2019/Scott Young)
  203. The Music of Erich Zann (2019/Scott Young)
  204. In His Name (2019)
  205. Bigfoot Bachelor Party Massacre (2019/Ryan Lightbourn)
  206. The Treasure Box (2019/Servet Dean Sari)
  207. The Picture Man (2019/Servet Dean Sari)
  208. Hunting Season (2019/Megan Freels Johnston)
  209. Slaughter Horse (2019/Toby Johansen)
  210. Safe Space (2019)
  211. Scout (2019)
  212. Junction Murders (2019/90m)
  213. Walk with Me (2019/8m/Ellier Dov)
  214. Accidental Death (2019/85m/Seric Drac)
  215. Eat Lead (2019/Bryan Bockbrader)
Currently-Filming for 2019
  1. High Priest (2019/Roderick E. Stevens)
  2. Terror at Bell's End (2019/Chrissie Harper)
  3. Leaper (2019/Ryan John)
  4. Scar (2019/Evgeniy Vaganov)
  5. Rise of the Mummy (2019 /Kevin McDonagh)
  6. Night (2019/Nicholas Michael Jacobs)
  7. Bekçi (2019/35 min/Turgut Eryilmaz)
  8. Haunted Cries (2019/Nik Rasmussen)
  9. The Haunting at Beverly Mansion (2019/70m/Lee Jones)
  10. The Last Christmas (2019/10 min /Ryan Port)
  11. Crimson Clinic (2019/Jeffrey Arsenault)
  12. Infamous Six (2019/Anthony Hickox)
  13. The Haunting of Amelia (2019/K.H. Orth)
  14. Voorhees (2019 Video/Cody Faulk)
  15. Desert Wolf (2019/Beau Yotty)
  16. Where Blood Lies (2019/12m/Byron Q.)
  17. The Man With The Balloon (2019/Derrick Perez)
  18. Heartless (2019/Harris Goodkind)
  19. Pandamonium (2019/Mj Dixon)
  20. Tales of the Creeping Death (2019/John Williams)
  21. The DVD (2019/Cody Clarke)
  22. Jac Kessler's Popsy (2019/Jac Kessler)
  23. Camp Terror (2019/90m/Sam Winters)
  24. Nachtschicht (2019/Claudio Sipka)
  25. Empty Roads (2019/Benji Tucker)
  26. Dhampirica (2019/Felipé Ruiz)
  27. Host (2019/Kyle Stoutz)
  28. Gone (2019/Felix Martiz)
  29. D.E.M.O.N.I.C. Stories (2019/Kii Hornick)
  30. A Night at the School (2019/Vinson Russell, Jr.)
  31. Drain Away - Would you die for me? (2019/24m/Reila Aphrodite)
  32. Iruttu (2019/Durai)
  33. GetAWAY (2019/Blayne Weaver)
  34. Deathcember (2019/Steve De Roover, Ruggero Deodato, Florian Frerichs, Rémi Fréchette, Trent Haaga, Ama Lea, Sang-woo Lee, John Lynch, Andreas Marschall, Pollyanna McIntosh, Lucky McKee, Chelsea Stardust Peters, Bob Pipe, Julian Richards, Jason A. Rostovsky, Vivienne Vaughn, Sam Wineman, Lazar Bodroza, B.J. Colangelo, Sonia Escolano, Isaac Ezban, Sadrac González-Perellón, Juergen Kling, Annika Marx, Dominic Saxl, R. Zachary Shildwachter, Milan Todorovic and Michael Varrati)
  35. Empty House (2019/Rabbi Khan)
  36. Devil in the Woods (2019/Terence Elliott)
  37. Released (2019/Maverick A Bolen)
  38. The Party (2019/Julianna Robinson)
  39. Outcast (2019/John Bennett)
  40. Dwellers (2019/Drew Fortier)
  41. Johnny Z (2019/Jonathan Straiton
  42. Voices (2019/15m/Jetto Dorsainville and Ron Weisberg)
  43. The Landlord (2019/Brett Droege)
  44. Halloween Creep Tales: Part 2 (2019/Bayden Ray Redshaw, Andrea Ricca and John H. Shelton)
  45. Cinderella (2019/Vinoo Venketesh)
  46. Night of the Wicked (2019/Shane Grant)
  47. Tokyo Ghoul 2 (2019/Kentarô Hagiwara)
  48. Blood-Red Ox (2019/Rodrigo Bellott)
  49. Charles (2019/Luis Serrano)
  50. Slayer (2019/Christopher Wall)
  51. Paintball Massacre (2019/Darren Berry)
  52. Fried Barry (2019/Ryan Kruger)
  53. The House on Plant (2019/Itchy)
  54. Dark 72 (2019/65m/Nicholas Grant)
  55. The Purge: Survival (2019/Sara Jimenez)
  56. The Unhaunted (2019/K.J. Karving)
  57. Lucifer's Satanic Daughter (2019/Chandler Thistle)
  58. Teen Tragedy (2019/Mitchell McKechnie)
  59. Nomad (2019/120 min/Sara Elizabeth Joyce)
  60. Dead Presidents (2019/Scott A. Best)
  61. Kreepie's Kurse (2019/Cameron Daboin)
  62. A Cry in the Night-The Legend of La Llorona (2019/David Jones and Joseph Cournoyer)
  63. Hell Girl (2019/Kôji Shiraishi)
  64. Harvest of Horrors (2019/Brad Twigg)
  65. Arbitrium (2019/Jonny Woollett)
  66. Philia (2019/Sam Mason-Bell, Maude Michaud, Chris Milewski, Tony Newton, Mike Peter Reed and Tyler Sage)
  67. The Diminished (2019/Mig Windows)
  68. All Who Follow (2019/Derek Hummel)
  69. Blacktop Massacre (2019/Christopher R. Sloan)
  70. Lisaa (2019/Raju Viswanath)
  71. Z Dead End (2019/Robert Resto)
  72. Indestructible: Reckoning (2019/Matt Spease)
  73. The Lost Reel (2019/Simon Cluett)
  74. Spring Fever (2019/Izzy Sutton and Chris McElyea)
  75. The Eidolon Inquest (2019/Mikeal Burgin)
  76. Attack of the Killer Chickens the Movie (2019/Genoveva Rossi)
  77. Boo (2019/Rakefet Abergel)
  78. The Trap (2019/Charlie Alejandro)
  79. Attack of the Unknown (2019/Brandon Slagle)
  80. Vengeance (2019/Jeremy W. Brown and Dustin Montierth)
  81. Something in the Shadows (2019/Cameron Grimm)
  82. Jade's Asylum (2019/Alexandre Carrière)
  83. The Good Things Devils Do (2019/Jess Norvisgaard)
  84. 12 Midnight (2019/Nicholas Molinari)
  85. Teenage Zombies (2019/Orlando Eastwood)
  86. The Snaker (2019 Filming/Tim Goodfellow)
  87. The Dark Web Tapes (2019/Jason Harlow and Jake Zelch)
  88. Goth Zombie (2019)
  89. Petrified (2019/Jacob Detheridge and Jared Marino)
  90. Essence (2019/Jeff Kacmarynski)
  91. The Shed (2019/Frank Sabatella)
  92. Home Videos 2 (2019/Gavin Damerell, Dustin Ferguson, Jason Figgis, Steven Longhurst, Sam Mason-Bell, Tony Newton, Mark Oakley, Mike Peter Reed and Gary Whitson)
  93. The Tokoloshe (2019/Richard Green)
  94. Secret of Selfie (2019/120m)
  95. Water Dawg (2019/Christopher Baiza)
  96. Fantastic Women (2019/João Pedro Fleck, Felipe M. Guerra and Nicolas Tonsho)
  97. Blood Tales (2019/96m/Jason Figgis, Jarrett Furst, József Gallai, Tony Newton, Edward Payson, Jocelyn Reynoso, Kai Undrell and Jonathan Zaurin)
  98. Parallel (2019)
  99. Dark Trepidation 2 (2019/Jason Bigart)
  100. Return of the Lost Movie: The Making of Mutant Swinger from Mars (2019 Video/60m/Michael Kallio)
  101. Willowvale Harbor (2019/Timothy Davis)
  102. The Exchange (2019/Henry Nader)
  103. Red Oedipal (2019/Shane Ryan)
  104. John in the Woods (2019)
  105. Baby Monitor (2019/Ryan Barton-Grimley)
  106. Full Circle: A Documentary (2019/Michael Kallio)
  107. Last Village on the Right (2019/James Crow)
  108. The Resellers Movie (2019/Jerome Cloutier)
  109. Surrealistic Nightmares: An In-depth Look at Walloon Horror Cinema (2019/101m/Steve De Roover and Jérôme Vandewattyne)
  110. Saving Grace (2019/90m/Gareth Carr)
  111. Blue Caveman (2019/Mike Delaney)
  112. UnDeadDeat Dad (2019/90m/Paul Overacker)
  113. Rotten Cotton (2019/Kasper Lewis)
  114. One Winter Night (2019/Ryan Callaway)
  115. Kecksburg (2019/Cody Knotts)
  116. Scenes of a Ghostly Nature (2019/C.R. Krishnan)
  117. Jack the St. Ripper (2019/George Nevada)
  118. The Harvest (2019/Daniel Brown and Joshua Brown)
Currently In Post-Production for 2019
  1. La Hermosa (2019/Lorian Gish and Justin Knoepfel)
  2. Bos/Taurus (2019/8m/Javier Cobo)
  3. I'll See You Next Week (2019/10m/Rodrigo Badoino)
  4. Stare (2019/Shawn Adams)
  5. Red Moon Lake (2019/Tim Vigil)
  6. The Last Leaf (2019/12m/Sia Aleskovskaya)
  7. A Creature Is Stirring (2019/Jeremy Ashley Pair)
  8. Toilet Trolls (2019/Hannah Kornberg)
  9. The Box (2019/Corey Slater)
  10. Blood Spirit (2019/Anthony Allin)
  11. The Children of the Night (Teaser) (2019/Frank Ponce)
  12. Enigma (2019/Aaron Paul Mendoza)
  13. Heavy Handed (2019/11m/Maitee Leonie)
  14. Satan’s Barn (2019/Thea Hvistendahl)
  15. Creepy John (2019/Shawn Robinson)
  16. Miranda Veil (2019/Levin Garbisch)
  17. The First Seal (2019/Ben Mathus)
  18. Me and the Devil (2019/88m/Dario Almerighi)
  19. Amme (2019/Fýr Romu)
  20. Maddong P.I. (2019/10 min/Nic Bonesteel)
  21. Lilith (2019/Mikel Thomas)
  22. A Night at the Table (2019/9m/Tamara S. Hall)
  23. Maya (2019/Karin Hallén)
  24. Wither (2019/3m/Ethan Evans)
  25. The Assent (2019/Pearry Reginald Teo)
  26. Bad House (2019/Charlie Steeds)
  27. Friend Zone (2019/8m/Isiah Miller)
  28. Caitlín (2019/Emer Conroy)
  29. Here in the Dark (2019/Gabriel Saint)
  30. The Nest (2019/Scott A. Martin)
  31. Majnun (2019/28m/Omer Naot)
  32. La venganza de Jairo (2019/Simon Hernandez)
  33. Tool Shed (2019 Video/4m/Rob Filios and James Filios)
  34. The Housewife (2019/Chloe Carroll)
  35. The Picture in the House (2019/42m/David Lapuch)
  36. Sacrificial Lamb (2019/Hayden McComas)
  37. Phlo (2019/J. Wilson Fielder)
  38. The Boy in the Picture (2019/60m/Ashley Dahl)
  39. Rotting Beauty (2019/Nyri Yaghoobian)
  40. Scuttle (2019/Harry Crossman)
  41. Charlotte The Return (2019/76m/Nathan Crooker, Kayden Phoenix and Ruben Rodriguez)
  42. Marika The Aatrupt (2019/Mohammad Zahid Ahmed)
  43. Eye Without a Face (2019/Ramin Niami)
  44. Anna 2 (2019/Michael Crum)
  45. The Dream II (2019/Tamás Körmendi)
  46. Cult of Nightmares (2019/David Paul Scott)
  47. Fifty Six (2019/James Mudge)
  48. Kronin (2019/Antony Smith)
  49. Flesher (2019/John Johnson)
  50. Knifecorp (2019/Zach Zorba Grashin)
  51. No Good Deed (2019/8m/Ethan Hanson)
  52. Deep Web (2019/Jessy Dupont)
  53. Nightmare (2019/Jason Smith)
  54. Devil's Revenge (2019/Jared Cohn)
  55. Mania (2019/Edson da Conceicao)
  56. Most Steps Ever (2019/4m/Nesib Shamah and James Allen Smith)
  57. Corvid's Head (2019/Sam Bhattacharjee)
  58. Playhouse (2019/90m/Fionn Watts and Toby Watts)
  59. Inflatio (2019/9 minPost-production/Bryon Evans)
  60. Dolls (2019/Cuyle Carvin)
  61. The God Man (2019/Jon Jacob Turner)
  62. Kara (2019/Catherine Kerr-Phillips)
  63. Daddy's Coming Home (2019/Brandon Rhiness)
  64. Verotika (2019/Glenn Danzig)
  65. Night Out (2019/Drew Maxwell Weiss)
  66. Empty Nest (2019/Joe Craib)
  67. Fatal Declare (2019/15m/Liam Pinheiro-Rogers)
  68. Hands Up (2019/Jeffrey Battie)
  69. Anything You Can Do (2019/Isla Sinclair)
  70. Mourning Meal (2019/Jamal Hodge)
  71. La Casa (2019/Jorge Olguín)
  72. Sahara Hellen: El Regreso del Vampiro (2019/Roger Asto Leon)
  73. Axiom (2019/Dimitri Voutsinos)
  74. Goodbye Mary (2019/Eva María Fernández)
  75. Punkin (2019/Carrie Keagan)
  76. The Knot (2019/Rebecca Schwab)
  77. Dreamcatcher (2019/Jacob Johnston)
  78. Indolence (2019/8m/Aidan Weaver)
  79. The Humming (2019/Austin Bitikofer and Jermaine Nix)
  80. With The Right Conditions (2019/Emma Jayne Lloyd and Sam Mason-Bell)
  81. The Truth Will Out (2019/Jessica Hunt and Sam Mason-Bell)
  82. More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark: Something Was Wrong (2019/Steven Porras)
  83. Kaaku? (2019/Mohamed Aboobakuru)
  84. Darkfruit (2019/23m/Maria Wilson)
  85. Trakt X (2019/Dino Stahl)
  86. Stitched to Perfection (2019/Jeremy Berg)
  87. Eat Me Out (Of House and Home) (2019/Damon Rickard)
  88. Twelve Gauge Garden (2019/James Wakileh)
  89. Endgame (2019/Magalie de Genova)
  90. Lullaby (2019/Sevag Aksu)
  91. Fused (2019/Patrick Rea)
  92. Killer Date (2019/Colton Tran)
  93. Unicorn (2019/Harry Crossman)
  94. Viola (2019/Paul W. Franklin)
  95. Threshold (2019/Powell Robinson and Patrick Robert Young)
  96. Kathaputali (2019/90m/Veemsen Lama)
  97. Tam Lin (2019/Sean Mo Williams)
  98. Housekreeping (2019/Kyle Dunbar)
  99. You Too, Chuckles (2019/Kevin Hartford)
  100. Teddy (2019/Mark Clauburg)
  101. Necro-Sexual (2019/Brian Rosin)
  102. The Rejected (2019/60m/Onur Dogan)
  103. The Garlic Bulb Challenge (2019/Brian Carlin)
  104. Trapped (2019/Billy Chizmar)
  105. Mama's Boy (2019/James L. Edwards)
  106. Blood from the Shoulder of Pallas (2019/16m/Scott Morris)
  107. Dwellers: The Curse of Pastor Stokes (2019/DeShon Hardy)
  108. The Killer Plumber 2 (2019/Ross Heath and Chris John Livermore)
  109. Lethal Procedures (2019/Jahmar Hill)
  110. Continuance (2019/Tony Olmos)
  111. Fear PHarm (2019/Dante Yore)
  112. Jerky (2019/18 min/Greg Dodder, Russell Wilhite)
  113. The Curse of Halloween Jack (2019/85m/Andrew Jones)
  114. Dolly (2019/Alex Kontakos)
  115. Separation (2019/William Brent Bell)
  116. Gas Gets In Your Eyes (2019/13m/Madeline Leshner)
  117. Ghost Tour (2019/Joey Mosca)
  118. Morbid Colors (2019/Matthew Packman)
  119. Dark Light (2019/Padraig Reynolds)
  120. The Awakening of Lilith (2019/Steven Adam Renkovish)
  121. The Fallen Woman (2019/30m/Kelly Smith)
  122. The Camping Discovery (2019/Jamie Franz Hoover)
  123. The Special (2019/94m/B. Harrison Smith)
  124. Hidden Gene (2019/Jade Hassett)
  125. Buru (2019)
  126. Andhaghaaram (2019/V. Vignarajan)
  127. Find A Penny (2019/Shaun Swift)
  128. 19 Willock Place (2019/82m/John Justice)
  129. To Kill the Dragon (2019/Jimena Monteoliva)
  130. Fire Girls (2019/9m/Chell Stephen)
  131. Homocide (2019/Alex Dickerson)
  132. Nicole, her Ex & the Killer (2019/Bob Akins)
  133. Darlin (2019/Jackson Brown)
  134. The Fires of Soledad (2019/16m/Daniel Eduvijes Carrera)
  135. Death Trap (2019/Deandra Spinner)
  136. After School Lunch Special (2019/Andrew J Chambers)
  137. Return to Clark County (2019/Shawn Uebele)
  138. Come Be Creepy With Us (2019/Elizabeth Fletcher)
  139. Sick Minded (2019/LeVar Leo)
  140. Hall (2019/Francesco Giannini)
  141. Everybody Gets Stabbed (2019/Levon J. Polinelli)
  142. Beautiful Day (2019/TJ Marchbank)
  143. Killer Therapy (2019/Barry Jay)
  144. Bottom Feeders (2019/Nicholas W. Callais)
  145. Bliss (2019/Joe Begos)
  146. Girl on the Third Floor (2019/Travis Stevens)
  147. Koud Licht (2019/Michael van Den Eynde)
  148. Not For The Faint Hearted (2019/Stuart Stanton)
  149. Broil (2019/E.J. Drake)
  150. When She Wakes (2019/91m/David Arthur Clark)
  151. The Light (2019/Zack Inglis)
  152. There He Is Now (2019/Jörg Viktor Steins-Lauss)
  153. Sweet Taste of Souls (2019/Terry Ross)
  154. The Recovery Call (2019/Blake Rice)
  155. Under the Bed (2019/Justin Nelson)
  156. Conversion Therapist (2019/20m/Bears Rebecca Fonté)
  157. SOS (2019/Bryan Martin)
  158. Vampires Vs. the Bronx (2019/Osmany Rodriguez)
  159. Project Aegis - Angel In The Ashes (2019/Rode Ferland)
  160. Murderabiliac (2019/Richard Karpala)
  161. Slender's Park Chapter II (2019/Matteo Finozzi)
  162. Shortcut (2019/Alessio Liguori)
  163. The Girl Upstairs (2019/Kristopher Wile)
  164. The House of Locke (2019/Tony London)
  165. Dead End (2019/30m/Victor Gaspar)
  166. Human Hibachi (2019/Mario Cerrito III)
  167. Unleashing the Demons (2019/Callum Knox)
  168. Gustav D. (2019/Nikolas Sels)
  169. The Hunt (2019/Aaron Mirtes)
  170. Divination (2019/Er Guan)
  171. Torment (2019/Eddie Poletto)
  172. Dorcha (2019/Tharun Mohan)
  173. The Jäger Within (2019 Post-production/Ivan King and Francesco Sanseverino)
  174. Churi (2019/Carlos Pino)
  175. Hush Little Baby: Welcome To The Family 2 (2019/Jonathan Hamblin)
  176. Ouija Mummy (2019/Sébastien Godin)
  177. Adam (2019/Gemma Paul)
  178. In the Dark (2019/Adam King)
  179. Cryo (2019/Barrett Burgin)
  180. Stakeout (2019/John Otteni and Paul Otteni)
  181. Don't Move (2019/Cassie Hay)
  182. The Lady of Silence (2019/Wes Sutton)
  183. Violet (2019/Madeline Graham and Christopher Whiteside)
  184. Yes, Mother (2019/Jennifer Enskat and Cynthia Gray)
  185. Hannah (2019/Jacob Kiesling)
  186. Bad Witch (2019/Victor Fink and Joshua Land)
  187. Midsommar (2019/Ari Aster)
  188. Her Lips are Mine (2019/Ken Cohen)
  189. Butchers (2019/Adrian Langley)
  190. Hungry Joe (2019/Samuel Dawe and Paul Holbrook)
  191. Edgar Allen Poe's Ligeia (2019/100m/Griffith Mehaffey)
  192. El Vestido (2019/Roque Falabella)
  193. Monstrum (2019/Anthony Pernicka)
  194. Washed (2019/9m/Michael Bartolomeo)
  195. Becky (2019/Lane Fobbs)
  196. Space (2019/91m/Monte Light)
  197. I Trapped the Devil (2019/Josh Lobo)
  198. Blood lots (2019/Rode Ferland)
  199. Roach (2019/Trent A Johnson)
  200. The Dead Don't Die (2019/Jim Jarmusch)
  201. Teacher's Lounge (2019/Josh Mruz)
  202. Child's Play (2019/Lars Klevberg)
  203. Museum Madness (2019/Joseph Dutra)
  204. Interment (2019/61m/Sean Murray)
  205. Handy Dandy (2019/Jeff Broadstreet)
  206. Bannister DollHouse (2019/Mj Dixon)
  207. The Utah Cabin Murders (2019/85m/Andrew Jones)
  208. Blood Money (2019/45m/Chas Burns)
  209. Let's Scare Julie to Death (2019/Jud Cremata)
  210. Pay to Stay (2019/12m/Heather Taylor)
  211. Satanic Panic (2019/Chelsea Stardust Peters)
  212. Neuroxica (2019/Cameron Dozier)
  213. Night Mistress (2019/Philip Cable)
  214. A Psycho's Path (2019/Rocky Costanzo)
  215. Porno (2019/98m/Keola Racela)
  216. A Giant Without a Head! (2019/80m/Jorge Xolalpa, Jr.)
  217. Occurrence at Mills Creek (2019/Don Swanson)
  218. Patients of a Saint (2019/Russell Owen)
  219. The Heiress (2019/Chris Bell)
  220. Darlin' (2019/Pollyanna McIntosh)
  221. Miss Janet (2019/Stephen Mickelsen)
  222. Queen of Spades: The Looking Glass (2019/Aleksandr Domogarov)
  223. Attic (2019 Post-production/Ronnie Minder)
  224. Crawl (2019/Alexandre Aja)
  225. Get Gone (2019/91m/Michael Thomas Daniel)
  226. Untitled Annabelle Film (2019/Gary Dauberman)
  227. The Last Frankenstein (2019/David Weaver)
  228. Tone-Deaf (2019/Richard Bates, Jr.)
  229. Best Actress (2019/8m/Sadrak Zmork)
  230. The Sleep Experiment (2019/John Farrelly)
  231. Slash (2019/Jonathan Rowan)
  232. The Faceless Man (2019/James Di Martino)
  233. Victim of love (2019/Jesper Isaksen)
  234. The Invader (2019/Anthony Ashmore)
  235. Do Not Reply (2019/Daniel Woltosz and Walter Woltosz)
  236. Follow Me (2019/Will Wernick)
  237. 3 from Hell (2019/Rob Zombie)
  238. The Seven (2019/Richard Colton)
  239. Millennial Killer (2019/Sam Mason-Bell)
  240. Howl (2019/Michele Martin)
  241. Room 9 (2019/Thomas Walton)
  242. Kanchana 3 (2019/Lawrence Raghavendra)
  243. Twins (2019/Lamberto Bava)
  244. A Last Laugh (2019/Chris Marciante)
  245. Baba Yaga: Terror of the Dark Forest (2019/Svyatoslav Podgaevskiy)
  246. The Lighthouse (2019/Robert Eggers)
  247. Silver Stars on Red Velvet (2019/70m/RJ Cusyk)
  248. Expira (2019/Leopoldo Laborde)
  249. Ma (2019/Tate Taylor)
  250. Delphine (2019/Fábio Brandão)
  251. Life After Man (2019/Gareth Carr)
  252. The Purple Iris (2019/Arif Khan)
  253. Toof (2019/Louisa Warren)
  254. The Last House on Wilkins Street (2019/4m/Cody Kuehn)
  255. Soul Catcher (2019/Melody Tash)
  256. Awoken (2019/95m/Daniel J. Phillips)
  257. Red 11 (2019/77m/Robert Rodriguez)
  258. Dead Space (2019/125m/Diego Palma)
  259. Home with a View of the Monster (2019/Alex Greenlee and Todd Greenlee)
  260. Ground Floor (2019/George Henry Horton)
  261. Brightburn (2019/David Yarovesky)
  262. Hacksaw (2019/75m/Anthony Leone)
  263. The Remnant (2019/17m/Navin Ramaswaran)
  264. The Night They Knocked (2019/Sean F. Roberts, Jr.)
  265. The Format (2019/Vimalraj Jayaseelan)
  266. Made Vicious (2019/David Prindle)
  267. Infernum (2019/Dutch Marich)
  268. Kill Me If You Can... (2019/11m/Katheryn R. Bryant)
  269. Witch Tales (2019/Mike Lyddon)
  270. The House Next Door (2019/Deon Taylor)
  271. Into the Night (2019/Walter Perez)
  272. The Dawn (2019/90m/Brandon Slagle)
  273. Her Name Was Christa (2019/James L. Edwards)
  274. Doll Cemetery (2019/Steven M. Smith)
  275. The Harbinger (2019/Will Klipstine)
  276. The Krampus Carol (2019/87m/Jake Zelch)
  277. The Ghost Outside (2019/Jazz Virk)
  278. Nice Mike (2019/Kelly Smith)
  279. It: Chapter Two (2019/Andy Muschietti)
  280. 47 Meters Down: Uncaged (2019/Johannes Roberts)
  281. AQUASLASH (2019/Renaud Gauthier)
  282. Mother and Daughter (2019 Post-production/Ricardo Santos)
  283. Irl (2019/Jennifer Harrington)
  284. Aiyai: Wrathful Soul (2019/116m/Ilanthirayan Alan Arumugam)
  285. Acid Pit Stop (2019/Jason Wright)
  286. 3 Days (2019/90m/Kristina Aponte and Jose Hernandez)
  287. Final Cutz (2019/Liam Lockhart)
  288. Deadly Callback (2019/Scott Jeffrey)
  289. Nuns: An Italian Horror Story (2019/Giovanni Aloisio)
  290. Blood Tulips (2019/Randy Kent and John Luksetich)
  291. Blood of Drago (2019/90m/Homer Broadnax)
  292. Morte à l'avance (2019/45m/Raphael Desbordes)
  293. Cherrypicker (2019/Bennet De Brabandere)
  294. One for the Road (2019/Joseph Horning)
  295. Coven (2019/Margaret Malandruccolo)
  296. C.L.E.A.N. (2019/Aurelio Toni Agliata)
  297. No Sin Unpunished (2019/Matt Green)
  298. HEN (2019 Post-production/Janna Kemperman)
  299. Yuraq (2019/110m/Pierre Taisne)
  300. HAGER (2019/Kevin Kopacka)
  301. Wait for It (2019/12m/David J. Stieve)
  302. Scavengers (2019/Oliver Griffiths)
  303. Angela (2019/Chris Bucher and Severin Gmünder)
  304. The Sleep (2019/Devin Rice)
  305. Fingers (2019/87m/Juan Ortiz)
  306. Kill Dolly Kill (2019/Heidi Moore, Daniel Murphy and Tony Walters)
  307. Malady (2019/85m/Nick Kane and Brian Frank Visciglia)
  308. Whisper (2019/Christopher Jolley)
  309. The Dare (2019/Giles Alderson)
  310. Behind the Sightings (2019/Tony Cadwell)
  311. Candy Corn (2019/Josh Hasty)
  312. My Little Baby (2019/Giorgio Bruno)
  313. Paranormal Worlds: Based On True Events (2019/120m/Sanjay Sharma)
  314. Schism (2019/Michael Storch)
  315. The Clouding (2019/Dorian Louis)
  316. Z (2019/Brandon Christensen)
Completed and set for release sometime within 2019
  1. Side-B (2019/10m/Vanessa Williams)
  2. Shapes (2019/4m/Dhruv Suri)
  3. Keeper (2019/7m/James Mentzinger)
  4. Out from Within (2019/12m/Vincenzo Nappi)
  5. Edge of the Woods (2019 Video/12m/Phranque Wright)
  6. Deliver Us (2019/12m/Kevin McCormack)
  7. Auopssessed (2019/8 min/Emil Levin)
  8. Return (2019/19m/Sangwon Park)
  9. Messed Up (2019/Lucé Tomlin-Brenner
  10. Mateo (2019/4m/Fernando Perezgil)
  11. Hear Me (2019/Jesse Haaja)
  12. If Not for my Demons (2019/12m/Kenneth Ryan)
  13. Headcleaner (2019/Nick Scott)
  14. Dust to Dust (2019/9m/Mitch Urban)
  15. Sticky (2019/3m/ Completed/Ashley Good)
  16. Finley (2019/25m/J. Zachary Thurman)
  17. Sub Umbra (2019/19m/René Schweitzer)
  18. Flesh (2019/25m/Poon Tsz Yin)
  19. Furniture (2019/6m/George A. Pitsilos)
  20. Delivery (2019/Brad Milne)
  21. The Smiling Strangers (2019 Video/5m/Tom Bragg)
  22. Cached (2019/13m/Daniel Lake)
  23. Parasite (2019/Michael Davis Fármako)
  24. Kushtaka (2019/15m/Cameron Currin)
  25. L.A. Haunted (2019/15 min Completed/Arthur Mountaniol)
  26. Baby (2019/8m/Anthony Leone)
  27. The Terrible Old Man (2019/Tyler McAlister)
  28. Black Cat In A Dark Room (2019/15m/Leland Montgomery)
  29. Dark Christmas (2019/Unrated Completed/Manny Velazquez)
  30. Jeanine (2019/Mike Villani)
  31. Nightshocker (2019/7m/Donald Zirlin)
  32. The Phone Dead (2019/4 min/Josh Hoffman)
  33. 8 Ball Clown II (2019/97m/Erik Kristopher Myers)
  34. Still Water (2019/5m/Ryan Kramer)
  35. The Allendale Curse (2019/84m/Matondo Kiantandu)
  36. The Dark Recess (2019/Oliver Jolliffe)
  37. Eiga: Toshimaen (2019/81m/Hiroshi Takahashi)
  38. Revenge of the Pontianak (2019/92m/Glen Goei)
  39. Pig (2019/8 min Completed/Evan Powers)
  40. Deep Tissue (2019/9m/ Completed/Meredith Alloway
  41. Opening the Mind (2019/115m/Michael Todd Schneider)
  42. Cleavers: Killer Clowns (2019/Mj Dixon)
  43. The Dreamer (2019/14m/Kenneth Karlstad)
  44. Crazy 2 Crazy (2019/92m/Greg Daniel)
  45. Mushkil (2019/130m/Rajiv S. Ruia)
  46. Baby (2019/8m/Mark Melville)
  47. Requiem (2019/5m/Daniel Abatan and Thomas R. Burke)
  48. The Secret Game (Dating App) (2019/Raaw Horan)
  49. Piano (2019/Richard Schertzer)
  50. The Unspoken Sin (2019/Marvin J. Harrell)
  51. Sacren (2019/83m/Alexander Henderson)
  52. Il signor Diavolo (2019/Pupi Avati)
  53. Watched (2019/15m/Joshy Lee)
  54. Repossession (2019/Ming Siu Goh and Scott C. Hillyard)
  55. How to Be Alone (2019/11m/Kate Trefry)
  56. Countdown to Midnight (2019/13m/Dan Sellers)
  57. Rubes (2019/7 min/Nathan Alan Bunker)
  58. Robert Reborn (2019/85m/Andrew Jones)
  59. Limbo (2019/David Barrera)
  60. The Horror of Making My Film (2019/79m/Kyan Kiani)
  61. J'Tree (2019/33m/Anthony Ficco)
  62. Phonomanie (2019/90m/Mr. Zito)
  63. The Haunting of Sharon Tate (2019/Daniel Farrands)
  64. The Super (2019/Emeson Nwolie)
  65. House Of Setnakht (2019/95m/Ahmed Aqle and Asmaa Abdel Nabe)
  66. Hallowed Ground (2019/117m/Miles Doleac)
  67. Hellbox II: A Dimensão Negra (2019/25m/Rui Constantino)
  68. Blood Craft (2019/94m/James Cullen Bressack)
  69. Killerhertz (2019/Colin Bishop)
  70. The Massacre on Cielo Drive (2019/90m/Andrew Jones)
  71. Art of the Dead (2019/Rolfe Kanefsky)
  72. Straight Edge Kegger (2019/Jason Zink)
  73. Return of the Slasher (2019/Anthony Ashmore)
  74. Xpiation (2019/90m/Domiziano Cristopharo)
  75. 13 Graves (2019/John Langridge)
  76. Willa (2019/12m/Corey Mayne)
  77. The Gallows Act II (2019/Travis Cluff and Chris Lofing)
  78. One Remains (2019/90m/Josh Hodgins)
  79. The Silence (2019/PG-13/John R. Leonetti)
  80. Nun's Deadly Confession (2019/Stuart Paul)
  81. (Hashtag)Followme (2019/90m/Sam Hardy)
  82. Menantico Blues (2019/Ricky Whitehead)
  83. Paranoia Tapes 2: Press Play (2019/Steven Daemers, Stephen Gallen, Douglas A. Plomitallo, Maurice Hooks and Brad Ryal)
  84. Triggered (2019/114m/Chris Moore)
  85. Ghost in the Graveyard (2019/Charlie Comparetto)
  86. Restricted Area (2019/Christopher M. Don)
  87. Us (2019/120m/Jordan Peele)
  88. Fading Flowers (2019/90m/Jeffrey Schneider)
  89. Preparation (2019/Mark Clauburg)
  90. On Halloween (2019/92m/Timothy Boyle)
  91. The Maya Tape (2019/100m/Nikhil Allug)
  92. The Luring (2019/95m/Christopher Wells)
  93. Possession Diaries (2019/93m/Juan Frausto)
  94. Psychedelic Psychopaths (2019/Tom Zarzecki)
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2018.11.09 07:00 iminterestingplease Part 39

I'm back. Although, did you even notice I was gone? I wasn't able to update or post for about two weeks cause I didn't have access to do posting of any kind but I'm back now and I must say, it felt relaxing to be honest. It cleared my head a little. But now, here we are. I'm back and ready for what comes next.
Add-On: Do you remember the history of Daylight Saving Time, how it works, and the time difference between Hawaii and California being different?
6457.(Celebrity death that didn't happen.)Do you remember Imelda Marcos dying?
6458.(Movie Quote change.)"I must break you."/"I must rake you."/"I must rape you."
6459.(Famous Actor name change.)Robert Deniro/Robert DeNiro/Robert De Niro
6460.(Song name change.)Bicycle/Bicycle Race(Does the bike bell sound different?)
6461.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember there not being motor scooters in the early 1900's?
6462.(Candy name change.)Tiny Tarts/Tarts 'N Tinys/Tarts N' Tinys(Other names?)(Does the logo look off?)
Add-On: Do you remember "Sunny days." instead of "Sunny day." being sung in the Sesame Street theme song?(Lots of small song changes.)(Cum(Come?)On Feel The Noize/Noise?)by Quiet Riot lyrics have changed?)(Come On Feel The Illinois/Come On! Feel The Illinoise)(Do any of any of their logos look off?)(The episode of The Honeymooners titled The Man From Space has inconsistent air dates its listed under.)(Multiple realities of The Man With The Yellow Hat's tie.)(Jimmie Rodgers/Jimmy Rogers)(Other spellings?)(Jimmy Rogers/Jimmie Rodgers)(Other spellings?)(Did both singers have the same name?)(Grover went from originally brown to greenish brown.)(Anything else off?)(Lots of weird old history of Sesame Street.)(There was no longer a champagne glass or anything similar to that on the Titanic.)(Anything else off?)(Lots of weird colored frogs.)(More weird sea creatures.)(TV glasses similar to Google Glass go back to the 1960's.)(The history of the invention of the sewing machine and zipper involves idea stealing.)(Have you heard of a Novella?)(Gardener Snake/Garter Snake)(More weird statues and art like the Mickey Mouse statue popping up.)(Nazi Bell time travel device now exists.)(Mark 1 and Mark 2 Colossus code breakers now exist.)(The history of submarines keeps changing and getting older.)(Did Ice Cube not exist for you?)(Dino from The Flintstones is depicted in colors other than purple now.)(Tishue/Tissue)(Other spellings?)(Ishue/Issue)(EbeneezeEbenezer)(Other spellings?)(ShoogeSugar)(Other spellings?)(Shure/Sure)(Other spellings?)(Many famous sports games have changed.)(Brian McFarland/Brian MacFarlane)(Curious&CuriouseCuriouser and Curiouser)(Phantom sand in shoes or raindrops or mosquitoes that aren't there.)(The Statue Of Liberty is invisible in a couple Google Street View photos.)(Many new realities of Doc Martens such as Doc Maartens.)(Many new realities of Claire's such as Claire's Boutiques and Claire's Accessories.)(Lots of Einstein and Picasso history is off or new due to them living later among other things lasting longer.)(Lemmon/Lemon)(Leonardo DeCaprio/Leonardo DiCaprio)(Sasha Aaron Cowan/Sacha Baron Cohen)(Multiple Winn-Dixie logos have touching letters.)(Many scenes and movie quotes in Hudson Hawk have changed.)(Kick Out The Jams by The Presidents Of The United States Of America(Presidents Of The United States Of America?)has had many lyric changes.)(Do any of their logos look off?)(Many changes to the color Blue.)(Weird pyramid found in 2003.)(Many new realities for the song lyrics to One and do you remember The Beatles singing it?)(Anything else off?)(Sirus XM/SiriusXM)(Telephone switchboard that goes far back as the late 1800's.)(Louisiana now has little finger-like ridges on it.)(Lots of weird early The Flintstones history.)(iRobot logo has changed.)(Internet Explorer logo keeps changing and history too.)(Grapes come in all colors.)(Lots of anime Mandela effects.)(Pixie Sticks/Pixy Stix)(Mozilla Firefox logo keeps changing and history too.)(You can survive longer without food and much longer without water.)(Eternal flames now exist.)(The full version of the Speedway jingle which is "Around the corner, around the country, at work or play, we’re on your way. The convenience stores of Speedway." is a weird anomaly.)(Anything else off?)(The Liberty Bell on the $100 bill moved.)(Toe knuckles now exist.)(Laurel & Hardy footage in color from 1956.)(Lots of new and weird moon phases.)(DolloDollar)(The great Kanto earthquake of 1923 is now a thing and many similar things happened in that same place at the same time.)(Was the music note that made people in South Park poop the Brown Sound, Brown Note, or Brown Noise?)(Have you heard of the Battle Of Loudon Hill?)(Dave Thomas who founded Wendy's used to work at KFC.)(War Of The Worlds/The War Of The Worlds or was it the other way around?)(Has the Lizzie Borden story changed again?)(The Running Man/Running Man or was it the other way around?)(Dolphins can recognize their own reflection and will protect humans in danger.)(Chocolate milk was considered medicine in the 1600's.)(People now treated the Kaleidoscope in the 1800's the way we treat phones today.)(Cuttlefish can change colors.)(Has the Lincoln Memorial changed again?)(Sony Walkman from 1979 and other advanced 1970's technology.)(Are Christmas Eve boxes new for you?)(Atretochoana Eiselti is now a thing.)(More Break My Stride lyric changes.)(Tinker Toys/Tinker Toy)(Does the logo look off?)(Stop signs apparently used to be yellow and had black letters or do you remember black letters on the red ones?)(Anything else off?)(Does the Columbia House logo look off?)(Scotty McCreedy/Scotty McCreery)(Rats will actually stand up to larger creatures like cats and the cats will get scared.)(Lee Mayers/Lee Majors and didn't he pass away?)(Mouse-deer now exists.)(Did Sean Conmery have a 3rd nipple?)(Smokey The BaSmoky The Bar)(Different or changed scenes in Groundhog Day.)(Squirrels roll around like cats and dogs sometimes.)(All birds have an oily coating to deal with water.)(Internet Explorer logos keep changing.)(More flight path times keep changing.)(More Penis shaped plants and animals.)(The definition of the N-Word actually means Ignorant.)(More weird sea creatures such as glass fish.)(Weird black and white pattern on deer.)(Maury Povovich/Maury Povich)(VTech Kidzoom/VTech Kidizoom)(Didn't Christopher Reeve die more recently than October 10, 2004?)(Smokey Bear history has changed.)(Is the Big Jeff's scene in The Terminator off?)(Medieval torture wasn't about the iron maiden.)(Anything else off?)(Catherine The Great didn't die while in bed with a horse.)(Lizzie Borden didn't murder her parents.)(Nero didn't fiddle while Rome burned.)(Crocodiles don't cry but tears can be forced in their eyes.)(Some chickens have teeth.)(Old dogs can be taught new tricks.)(The Lady In Red stuff keeps changing.)(Does Tempur-Pedic keep changing?)(Hares never go mad.)(Cook's Children/Cook Children's)(Other spellings?)(GrammeGrammar)(Tornados/Tornadoes)(Ray Mysterio Sr./Rey Misterio Sr. and his soon too.)(Not his nephew, Rey Mysterio Jr.)(Ray Mysterio Jr.?)(Have any of the lyrics in Hurtin' Me by Stefflon Don, Thank U, Next by Ariana Grande, or Lithium by Nirvana changed or do they sound odd?)(The history of how Winnie The Pooh was created is weird.)(The UK speed limit allowance went from 3 miles over the limit to 5.)(Snot, boogers, mucus, phlegm(Is the spelling off?)and the color rules for them being green, white, or clear is all off.)(Dog poop no longer turns white after a while.)("Hi, see ya, hold tight."/"Ha, see ya, hold tight."/"Hai, si, ja, hold tight.")(Dolphin succulents now exist.)(Lots of geography related changes recently.)(Bending with your knees and back straight is now being called inferior while lifting a heavy object.)(Moulan Rouge/Moulin Rouge and has the pronunciation or any of the logos changed?)(Weren't frogs and other amphibians only found in tropical areas and not in snowy ones?)(A Muppets Christmas Carol/The Muppet Christmas Carol and is the logo off?)(Do any of the characters on the movie cover look off?)(The definition of the N-Word has changed.)(Do certain ice or roller skating moves look off or has gravity changed?)(Phillip K. Dick/Philip K. Dick)(Old painting has mobile phone in it?)(Ketchup was used as medicine in the 1800's.)(Window air conditioning was made in the early 1900's.)(Santa Barbra, California/Santa Barbara, California)(Electric ceiling fan was made in the 1880's.)(Microwaves were made in 1946.)(Electric dishwasher was made in the 1880's.)(X-rays were made in the 1890's.)(Dental implants were made in the 1950's and used in 1965.)(1st electric washing machine was made in 1908.)(Roller skates were made in 1760.)(Lots of biblical changes.)(Have you heard of UPS, Amazon or similar lockers that are used to get your packages?)(Fonzie beaFozzie bear)(The Santa Claus in Fred Claus is now holding a Pepsi bottle.)(Ultra Beauty/ULTA Beauty and have they gone through any name changes for you or not?))(Has the Lizzie Borden story changed again?)(Have any of the scenes in Cruel Intentions changed?)(BodYball/BodEball and has the logo changed?)(Anything else off?)(The Connors/The Conners and has the logo changed?)(Addis Abeba/Addis Ababa)(Has First Time I Ever Saw Your Face by Roberta Flack changed?)(Do any of her logos look off?)(Weathers Original/Werther's Original and has the logo changed?)(Do you remember Centrifical force being a thing?)(Tom Selleck is now alive.)(Do you remember snot or boogers or anything ever being yellow?)(Angela Johnson/Anjelah Johnson)(Were Anjelah and Anjela never acceptable spellings of Angela?)(Were certain alcoholic drinks like Brandy and Whiskey not ever used as medicine?)(Squirrels rolling around like dogs or cats.)(Mel Torme/Mel Tormé)(Lots of new plants.)(Latest videos by NeEd InPuT.)(The US flag being backwards on police cars, police uniforms, etc.(Indian barbers that use fire in their haircuts.)(Vanilla Wafers/Nilla Wafers and is the logo off?)(A lot of new references to gender equality through history and mythology.)(Lots of apparent myths.)(Mike Meyers/Mike Myers)(Michael Meyers/Michael Myers)(Robert England/Robert Englund)(Being able to have pets like big cats, crocodiles, alligators, foxes, etc.)(Do you remember Oliver & Company being released earlier or later or did it not exist for you?)(Other names?)(Do any of the logos look off?)(Betty MidleBette Midler)(Was Bette never an acceptable spelling of Betty?)(Cheech Martin/Cheech Marin)(Willy Robertson/Willie Robertson)(Willy McCovey/Willie McCovey)(Willy Cauley-Stein/Willie Cauley-Stein)(Willy TayloWillie Taylor)(Willy Jones/Willie Jones)(Willy Reed/Willie Reed)(Willy Revillame/Willie Revillame)(Willy Moore/Willie Moore)(Willy Spence/Willie Spence)(Willy D/Willie D)(Willy Garson/Willie Garson)(Willy Edwards/Willie Edwards)(Willy Geist/Willie Geist)(Willy Colon/Willie Colon)(Willy McGinest/Willie McGinest)(Willy Brown/Willie Brown)(Willy Stargell/Willie Stargell)(Willy Maxine Perry/Willie Maxine Perry)(Willy Dixon/Willie Dixon)(Willy AdleWillie Adler)(Willy Gomez/Willie Gomez)(Willy Maldonado/Willie Maldonado)(Willy McGee/Willie McGee)(Willy Mason/Willie Mason)(Willy Carson/Willie Carson)(Willy ParkeWillie Parker)(Willy Wilson/Willie Wilson)(Willy Taggart/Willie Taggart)(Willy Randolph/Willie Randolph)(Willy Johnson/Willie Johnson)(Willy Green/Willie Green)(Willy Leroux/Willie LeRoux/Willie Le Roux)(Other spellings?)(Willy Smith/Willie Smith)(Willy Horton/Willie Horton)(Willy ShoemakeWillie Shoemaker)(Willy Degel/Willie Degel)(Willy The Kid/Willie The Kid)(Willy Davis/Willie Davis)(Willy Mack/Willie Mack)(Willy Nile/Willie Nile)(Willy P. Richardson/Willie P. Richardson)(Willy Banks/Willie Banks)(Willy Pep/Willie Pep)(Willy Snead/Willie Snead)(Willy Gault/Willie Gault)(Billy Joe Armstrong/Billie Joe Armstrong)(Was the male spelling always Billy and never Billie?)(Betty Page/Bettie Page)(Was Bettie never an acceptable spelling of Betty?)(Betty MidleBette Midler)(Other spellings?)(Betty Davis/Bette Davis)(Betty Nesmith Graham/Bette Nesmith Graham)(Betty Bao Lord/Bette Bao Lord)(Betty Frankie/Betty Frank/Betty Franke)(Other spellings?)(Scorpio constellation/Scorpius constellation)(Have you heard of Ascriptin?)(Lots of Roman and other influence on stuff in America.)(Blink 182/Blink-182 and are any of the logos off and is the pronunciation off?)(Leaning Tower Of Niles is now a thing.)(National Mall is now a thing.)(Frogs can come back to life.)(Wreckless/Reckless)(Did WW2 end later than 1945 for you?)(Foamhenge now exists.)(Lasers being shot from airplanes.)(Plants and fungi growing where they shouldn't.)(Mossy forests.)(The Skipper now wears blue shoes instead of white and tan pants instead of white.)(Leann Womack/Lee Ann Womack)(Other spellings?)(Billy Jean/Billie Jean)(Was Billy only ever a masculine name and spelled with a Y?)(Gilligan now has blue pants instead of white.)(Eddie Munster's jacket is no longer closed.)(Oden/Odin)(Lots of weird new natural formations.)(Birds can make big dents in airplanes they run into.)(Lots of small celebrity death and history changes.)(Doctor House no longer chews Vicodin(Vicadin?))(Connors/The Conners)(Anything else off?)(Ray Ben's/Ray-Ban)(Other spellings?)(Monarch butterflies eating more stuff.)(David Warner is now alive.)(More plants that eat meat.)(Freddie Mercury history changes.)(More changes to Star Wars.)(Many merging Disney movie logos.)(Many replicas of monuments.)(The definition of Negro has changed.)(More birds with feathers like peacocks.)(More different colored peacocks.)(Red Devil logo now has real red devil in it.)(More Mickey Mouse changes.)(Mary Poppins actress changed.)(Have any cursive letters changed for you?)(Reindeer boobs are now a thing.)(Lots of videos and pictures of things, and people that shouldn't be there or exist at that time.)(Wildstyle/Wyldstyle)(Jack Skeleton/Jack Skellington)(Lots of changes to famous rocket ships.)(Touchscreens in cars go farther back now in terms of time.)(New galaxy found in ours.)(Lots of spelling changes.)("Walk this way. Talk this way."/"Walk this way. Walk this way.")(There are blue stop signs in Hawaii.)(Ron L. Hubbard/L. Ron Hubbard)(Has anything in Huckleberry Hound changed?)("Love will tear us apart."/"Love will tear it apart.")(Joy Division.)(Do you remember Fred Savage having a mole other than in Austin Powers?)(Shirley McLain/Shirley McLaine/Shirley MacLaine)(Other spellings?)(Do you remember a day in the week other than Tuesday for Ruby Tuesday the restaurant or Ruby Tuesday's the song?)(Anything else off?)(Crocodile Skin/Alligator Skin/Gatorskin song)(Some countries pronounce Z as Zed.)(Other spellings?)(Did Jimi Hendrix not have a son with a Swedish woman?)(Do you remember luffa(Other spellings?)sponges not being naturally grown from seeds?)(Steamboat Willy/Steamboat Willie)(Lots of colored newscasts from the 1960's.)(Dark VadeDarth Vader)(Dark Maul/Darth Maul)(Dark Sideous/Darth Sideous)(Have you heard of portal Christmas trees?)("I'm in me mum's car."/"I'm in my mum's car." Vine.)(There are now blue traffic lights.)(Luke Skywalker now gets his hand cut off before he finds out Darth Vader is his dad.)(The wreck of the Titanic was now found in 1985 instead of later.)(Green cockroaches now exist.)(Blue mushrooms now exist.)(Purple crabs now exist.)(Hurricanes twist counterclockwise instead of clockwise.)(Many celebrity name changes.)("Our forefathers."/"Our fathers." Gettysburg Address)(Boars can be super big now.)(Purple sweet potatoes now exist.)(Whiptail lizards now exist and have only females.)(Rainbows can form inside clouds.)(There are now pink robins.)(There are now tons of different colored cockroaches.)(Deliverence/Deliverance movie and spelling.)(Did Garth Brooks never sing "Zat You, Santa Claus?"?)("Is That You Santa Claus?"?)(Freddy Mercury/Freddie Mercury)(Clever News/Clevver News)("Love that has no past."/"Love that has no path.")(Do you remember Where're and There're not being words?)(Sandra Bernhart/Sandra Bernhard)(Other spellings?)(Do you remember Bob Ross dying earlier than July 4, 1995?)(Pee-wee's(Pee-Wee's?)Great Adventure/Pee-wee's Big Adventure)(Do any of his logos look off?)(Pee-Wee/Pee-wee)(Theodore Geisel/Theodor Geisel)(Was Theodor never an acceptable spelling of Theodore?)(Was the Grinch never depicted with green, yellow, or red eyes in the movies or book?)(Do any of his other specials seem off?)(Ebeneezer Scrooge/Ebenezer Scrooge)(Is the pronunciation off?)(Traffic light colors keep changing.)(Were the things that visited him ghosts or spirits for you?)(Was the last one Ghost Of Christmas Future, Yet-To-Come, or Yet-To-Be?)(Anything else off?)(Glass butterflies now exist.)(Never Neverland/Neverland)(Was Christmastime always "Christmas time"?)(Was What're never a word?)(Did robins always have red bellies or lots of red?)(Anything else off?)("Thanks for the memories."/"Thanks for everything." To Wong Foo)(Is the logo off?)("This time we'll look at the falls."/"This time we'll peek at the falls.")(Do any of their logos look off?)(Fiberglass/Fiberglas)(Does the logo look off?)(Fabercastle/Fabercastel/Faber-Castell)(Other spellings?)(Anything else off?)(Every type of skink has changed in some ways very recently.)(Many weird anomalies with Mickey and Minnie Mouse including their eyebrows and many other characters from their universe and there are weird depictions of them on certain clothing found online.)(Everything about the word Vertebrae and everything surrounding it is off and with Algae.)(Happy Holidays/Happy Holiday lyrics and song title.)(Any other lyrics off?)(Do any of any of their logos look off?)("Every time a bell rings, an angel gets its wings."/"Every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings.")(Does the movie logo look off?)(Human teeth growing on a human heart.)(Chapstix/ChapStick)(Does the logo look off?)(More lyric changes to certain versions of Favorite Things where And should be In.)(Many lyric anomalies in certain versions of I'll Be Home For Christmas.)(Massive cow is going viral.)(B.J. Thomas is now alive.)(Tina Turner is now alive.)(Geraldo Rivera is now alive.)(Tom Kenny is now alive.)(Billy Corigan/Billy Corgan)(The history of the Pegler-Sysco name change seems really odd.)(Olawalu, Hawaii/Oluwalu, Hawaii/Olowalu, Hawaii)(Black, red, blue and pink Christmas trees now exist.)(Chinese water deer now exists.)(Lots of other lyric changes.)(Lots more early tech.)(History of Baja California has changed.)(Did Ketchup and Catsup taste different?)(Other spellings of Sandra Bernhard like Sandra Bernhardt?)(Dr. Seuss used to draw political cartoons.)(Bended Knee by Boyz ll Men has changed.)(Toshiba Protege/Toshiba Portege)(Scattegories/Scattergories)(Other spellings?)(Does the logo look off?)(Parasitic wasp species discovered.)(Witch/THE VVITCH)(Other names?)(Does the logo look off?)("Every child's mother is gonna try."/"Every child's mother is gonna spy." Christmas song.)(Any of their logos look off?)(Rebecca Demornay/Rebecca DeMornay/Rebecca De Mornay)(The sign language interpreter that didn't know sign language that was involved with Nelson Mandela?)(Was Snoopy's tail white, black or another color or did he not have one?)(More weird Mario related logos?)(The Walmart As now have weird black spaces in them.)(Red Subway restaurant sign found.)(Has Candace Bergen's name changed for you?)(Tenrecs are now a thing.)(Siberian musk deer are now a thing.)(All Skittles apparently taste the same.)(Video of New York from 1907 that looks HD.)(The older Subway logos' colors have inverted.)(The Travel Channel/Travel Channel)(There is now a drum roll after the Joker says "Gentleman" in the 1989 movie.)(Rainbow grapes now exist.)(There are tons of different colors for Stop signs and there even using more than one font.)(David Bowie's pupils are different sizes.)(The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles never use their weapons in the original series.)(They apparently used to all wear red masks.)(olaffhub8/olaffub8 Reddit user.)(Elvis Presley never sings Jingle Bell Rock.)(Lots of new clear videos and photos from the early 1900's to mid 1900's popping up recently.)(Ninetails/Ninetales)(Subway logos keep changing.)(Max Headron/Max Headrom/Max Headroom)(Other spellings?)(Has the pronunciation changed?)(Fisherman's Friends/Fisherman's Friend)(Anything else off?)(Portabella/Portobello)(Other spellings?)(Anything else off?)(Lots of other small changes.)(Weird things going on with certain Panera Bread restaurants and their logos and other things popping up and disappearing.)(Was Alive a true story about a lacrosse or soccer team and not a rugby team?)(Does the movie logo look off?)(Was Tigger's nose red or another color that wasn't mentioned?)(The yellow Jeep in Twister now has three blue lines on it.)(Does the movie logo look off?)(Trond Kirkevaag/Trond Kirkvaag)(Other spellings?)(Tom Foggerty died much earlier than September 6, 1990 and not of AIDS.)("Mangled in tangled up knots."/"Mangled in tangled up knot.")(Has the female reproductive system changed even more?)(Do you remember Paul McCartny or MacCartny?)(John Lenon/John Lennon)(Jack Lenon/Jack Lemmon)(Is the Zagnut logo off?)(Have you heard of it?)(Do you remember the Pokémon Slowpoke having an all pink tail or a pink tail with a white tip?)(Do you remember McDonald's never using green arches?)(Ridiculously large chicken and lots of other large and weird colored and feathered and fur-like covered chickens and cows too.)(Golden nub nosed monkey.)(I Would Love To Change The World/I'd Love To Change The World)("I would love to change the world."/"I love to change the world.")(Other lyrics?)(Do any of their logos look off?)(Do you remember 666 being the worst number instead of 616?)("It's no stranger to you or me."/"Some stranger to you and me.")(Other lyrics?)(Marvin Gaye Sr./Marvin Gay Sr.)(Peter WagonePorter Wagoner)(Anything about these musical myths off?)(Link below.)(Roseanne Cash/Rosanne Cash)(Was I'd not a word?)(Everything with the word I'd has changed.)(Do you remember The Beatles album Yellow Submarine not existing?)(Colorful pebble beaches and other bodies of water.)(Marilyn Monroe had a half sister.)(Jackie Stallone is now alive.)(Does she look weird?)(Fish covered in tattoos.)(Lots of new proof of giants found above and underwater?)(Lots of weird "giant" statues and natural wonders.)(Are whale sharks new or off to you?)(Do you remember Hal Smith dying earlier or later than January 28, 1994?)(Has Pinball Wizard changed at all?)("I've had the time of my life."/"I had the time of my life.")("And I've never felt this way before."/"No I've never felt like this before.")("This is true."/"It's true."/"It's the truth.")(Other lyrics?)(Do any of their logos look off?)(Pretty much anything having to do with cars and similar stuff goes back way farther than you thought it did.)(Do you remember groups of geese not being called gaggles?)(Tina Turner and most female celebrities looking masculine or are they actually men and most male celebrities looking feminine or are they actually women?)(Lots of newscasters and politicians such as Bill and Hillary Clinton freezing up and acting weird and Wendy Williams, Beyoncé, Kanye West, Bruce Willis, Mariah Carey, Eminem, 2 Chainz, Britney Spears, Shaquille O'Neal, Al Roker, Draymond Green, Steph Curry, Chris Paul, Mark Zuckerberg, Barack Obama, Kourtney Kardashian, Jalen Brown, Kylie Jenner, Amanda Bynes, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Conor McGregor and Cardi B as well as many others including regular people who are caught on camera.)(Lots of weird stuff about traffic lights.)(Do you remember olaffub8 having a different name other than the ones I mentioned?)(Bugs Bunny is depicted with white, orange, yellow, and pink ears.)(Which do you remember?)(Cross between TV and telephone, and TV and being able to order stuff with a button on the TV from old ads.)(Lots of rare moon phases and sun phases and skies recently.)(Have you heard of the word Gaggle?)(Thresh Hold/Threshhold/Threshold)(Other spellings?)(Is the pronunciation off?)(Do you remember Jael Strauss dying before December 4, 2018?)(More new harmful caterpillars and other types?)(Nanshe the Goddess Of Social Justice And Divination?)(Divinenation?)(Anything else off?)(Does Marvin The Martian look different?)(Did the Sahara not turn green and back every few thousand years for you?)(Other spellings of Scattergories?)(Geraldo Riviera/Geraldo Rivera)(Pearls come in colors other than white.)(Other spellings of Billy Corgan?)(See's Candy/See's Candies)(Does the logo look off?)
6463.(Product name change.)Little Tree/Little Trees
6464.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember hammering coins into trees to make wishes not being a thing?
6465.(Product name change.)Soft & Dry/Soft & Dri(Other names?)(Does the logo look off?)(Do any of the other logos look off?)
Add-On: Do you remember the poppies in The Wizard Of Oz being a different color?("Poppies will make them sleep."/"Poppies will put them to sleep.")(Anything else off?)
6466.(Store Logo change.)Do you remember there being a dash in Winn-Dixie instead of a check mark?(Buy-Low/Bi-Lo)(Does the dash in Bi-Lo look off in any way?)
6467.(Music Lyrics change.)"Stick to the rivers and the streams."/"Stick to the rivers and the lakes."(Do any of their logos look off?)
6468.(Company Logo change.)Do you remember the New Holland Agriculture logo not having connected letters?(Do any of the other logos look off?)
6469.(Date change.)Do you remember the Jared Fogle incident happening 8-10 years ago instead of 2015?
6470.(Famous First Lady name change.)Dolly Madison/Dolley Madison
6471.(Famous Journalist name change.)Lisa Lang/Lisa Ling
6472.(Album name change.)By Any Means Necessary/By All Means Necessary(Do any of their logos look off?)
6473.(Famous Musician name change.)The Velvet Frog/The Velvet Fog(Album too.)é
6474.(T.V. Show name change.)Rocco's Modern Life/Rocko's Modern Life(Does the logo look off?)
6475.(Famous Country Singer name change.)Jeanie Seeley/Jeannie Seely(Other spellings?)
6476.(Art name change.)Art-O-Matic/Art-O-Mat
6477.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the tags on mattresses and pillows saying nobody can remove them and never clarifying that only the consumer could remove them?
6478.(Music Lyrics change.)"As a river flows gently to the sea."/"Like a river flows surely to the sea."(I Can't Help Falling In Love With You/Can't Help Falling In Love)
6479.(Famous Director name change.)Brian Depalma/Brian DePalma/Brian De Palma
6480.(Auto Shop name change.)Pep Boys/Pep Auto Supplies/Pep Boys Auto(Do any of the logos look off?)
6481.(Music Lyrics change.)"You gotta lick before you stick it."/"You gotta lick it before we kick it."(Any other lyrics off?)(Any of their logos look off?)(Is the movie quote and song from Booty Call off as well?)
6482.(Music Lyrics change.)"He makes my bath time so much fun."/"You make bath time lots of fun."(Rubber Ducky/Rubber Duckie)(Was Ducky never spelled Duckie?)(Any of the other lyrics off?)
6483.(Movie name change.)Bickford Shmeckler's Book Of Cool Ideas/Bickford Shmeckler's Cool Ideas(Do any of the logos look off?)
6484.(Popsicle name change.)Push Pops/Push-Up
6485.(Quote change.)"Sit Boo Boo, sit. Good dog."/"Sit Ubu, sit. Good dog."
6486.(Famous First Lady name change.)Melanie Trump/Melania Trump
6487.(Phantom quote.)Do you remember Neil Armstrong saying "Good luck Mr. Gorsky." while on the moon?
6488.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember rest areas being known as Truck Stops and not Service Stations or Travel Centers?
6489.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(More geography changes, wind path changes and similar stuff, dog that can ride on scooter and dogs that can do similar stuff and that act smarter than they should, Kurt Cobain of Nirvana liked to wear dresses and more men wearing dresses further back, more untouched tribes and history changes, horses look completely different and there lots of new types of them and some have weird manes and tails, more freshwater jellyfish lakes and friendly jellyfish, Ringtail is a common animal in Arizona, "Ancient Earth" found under Antarctica, self-cloning lizard found in Vietnam, metamorphosis process for caterpillars now involves melting instead of just changing, physicists slow speed of light, slow dust devil, more new history of people coming to America before Columbus, three Mormon wars, strange Nikola Tesla tower and more weird Tesla history and his existence in general, gladiators rarely fought to the death and more new gladiator history, koalas are starting to look different and babies too, the city of Atlantis is now a continent and more new supposed history on Atlantis, St. Elmo's fire is real and its existence is new, cave lit by glowing worms, Antarctic volcano basket, weird shadow spectrum, Naga fireballs, ice circles are getting bigger, crooked forest, structure in Baltic Sea, valley of falling birds, stonefish have switchblades in their heads and they look completely different, Buddha's heart seal, Budai, how Buddha died and he is getting skinnier, placebos can work even when you know about them, more Statue Of Liberty changes, more Mount Rushmore changes, more Shiva changes, more The Creation Of Adam changes, more The Thinker changes, more The Last Supper changes, Roy Clark died again, phantom myth that a cockroach can live without its head is true and other stuff, history of carrots has changed, Pando tree and trees that live for thousands of years, Arbudus Unedo, Irukandji syndrome and jellyfish and history has changed, Big Lots! logo keeps changing and multiple colors and fonts used for the logo and physical store, flower looks like a demon chicken foot, dinosaurs could have feathers and birds are reptiles and reptiles don't really exist in terms of what they are and lots of other stuff, gravity defying stones done by man named Michael Grab, weird Masonic handshake, Freemasonary/Freemasonry.)(Video below.)
6490.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Benjamin Franklin saying the turkey should be our national bird?
6491.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Walt Disney drawing Mickey Mouse?
6492.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the 1929 Wall Street Crash causing mass suicides?
6493.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Richard Nixon being an environmentalist?
6494.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Pocahontas and John Smith marrying?
6495.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Thanksgiving being the way it's depicted in school?
6496.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the founding fathers being Christian?
6497.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Abraham Lincoln being completely against slavery?
6498.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the Battle Of The Alamo being fought to keep us free?(Didn't we defeat Hitler by ourselves in WW2?)(Did the Puritans move to the new world to seek religious freedom?)(Charles Lindbergh wasn't the first to make a solo transatlantic crossing in an airplane.)(Wasn't the Wild West violent?)(The Star Spangled Banner wasn't an American tune composed in the US.)(The martini wasn't invented by a gold miner.)(Johnny Appleseed was a real person.)(The Gunshot Heard Around The World wasn't the start of the revolution.)(Pirates still existed when we got our independence.)(The Supreme Court doesn't have to and hasn't always had 9 members.)(William Taft never got stuck in a bathtub.)(Washington D.C. hasn't always been our capital.)(George Washington wasn't the first president.)
6499.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Kinder being German instead of Italian?(Is the logo or anything else off?)
6500.(TV Show name change.)The Making Of A MurdeMaking A Murderer(Other names?)
6501.(Music Lyrics change.)"Four calling birds."/"Four colly birds."
6502.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember there being more than 2 Home Alone movies with the original cast?
Add-On: Do you remember the Starbucks Coffee not having a star in the crown?
6503.(Famous Actor name change.)Jack Nicolson/Jack Nickelson/Jack Nickolson/Jack Nicholson
6504.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(Male kangaroos are starting to look more muscular and their privates are changing and other things, more King Arthur history changes, people can blow smoke through their eyes, stomach vacuuming, more walking fish and other things, belly inflation and weird stuff surrounding that, people changed their opinions about marijuana and other drugs randomly, graves' disease, dirty thunderstorms, more geography changes, Washington's birthday and Presidents' Day and what's official and what's not and other stuff, Columbus Day and whether it's federal and observed everywhere or not, more liquefaction stuff, 5 attacks on US soil during WW2, more animals that are only female or without a gender, researchers made mice with 2 dads, Danio Rerio, rainbows are actually circles, the last battle of the American Revolutionary War and other stuff, lots of weather changes in the Middle East and flowers growing in the desert, Jesus was a stonemason, solar system was another universe merging, category of earth's sun, 8-track tapes, tonsil stones, bark beetles and other stuff, horse itches head with food, giraffe(Girrafe?)itches ear with foot, Saddam Hussein(Other spellings?)wrote a romantic novel you can buy, lake turns animals to stone, more animals walking on two legs, naming natural disasters and other stuff, African gray parrot with red tail, Abraham Lincoln may have been gay, Australian sea foam, Mississippi River rip in the flesh, Torpedo Alley, Chinese pyramids are secret, Antarctic pyramids, hand gestures, walking trees, ASMR history.)(Video below.)
6505.(Music Lyrics change.)"And thank God it's our last."/"I pray God it's our last."(Other lyrics?)(Do any of the other lyrics look off?)
6506.(Music Lyrics change.)"And since there's no place to go."/"And since we've no place to go."(Let It Snow/Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!)(Do any of his logos look off?)
6507.(Music Lyrics change.)"I come from the land down under."/"I come from a land down under."(Other lyrics?)(Land Down UndeDown Under)(Do any of their logos look off?)
6508.(Famous Politician name change.)F. W. Deklerk/F. W. DeKlerk/F. W. deKlerk/F. W. de Klerk(Frederick William/Frederik Willem)(Were Frederik and Frederic never acceptable spellings of Frederick?)(Other spellings?)
6509.(Famous Actor name change.)John Delancie/John DeLancie/John De Lancie/John de Lancie(Other spellings?)
6510.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(Blood types that are more common or new and other weird stuff about them, Sysco logo keeps changing, weird stuff surrounding the mouse deer, Watusi bull with enormous horns and some think they've gotten bigger and other stuff surrounding his existence and the bulls in general, new info about the famous Alcatraz escapes and history changes, blobfish keep changing appearance and tons of other weird sea animals, more Golden Gate Bridge changes, weird new old tower becomes country known as Sealand and these towers didn't exist before and weird stuff similar to it and surrounding it, Tartary and everything about it, secretary bird and everything about it, cactus bucks and everything about them, owls and other birds' legs have changed, sun-dimming experiment to try to cool earth, tumbleweeds take over town and are appearing in new places, Mount Olympus is real, butterflies eating and drinking more and more, more new DNA types, more weird cats and new changes, coconut crab attacks bird and other stuff, new island in Hawaii, Conch Republic and other stuff surrounding geography, forgotten New York fire, more Vitruvian Man changes, more Mount Rushmore changes, more Shiva changes, lots of recent strange waves, Statue Of Liberty original torch being moved, Andrew Zimmern was Zimmerman then Zimmer, Nefertiti Bust stuff, Crazy Horse stuff.)(Video below.)
6511.(Movie Quote change.)"Toodaloo!"/"Hello!"
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2018.06.25 22:53 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: chelseafc top posts from 2018-05-26 to 2018-06-25 09:42 PDT

Period: 29.96 days
Submissions Comments
Total 506 21576
Rate (per day) 16.89 709.82
Unique Redditors 254 2902
Combined Score 69631 154185

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 2787 points, 10 submissions: Vicar13
    1. Conte learning transfer tactics from Marina (1058 points, 78 comments)
    2. /chelseafc hits 100k subs! (806 points, 91 comments)
    3. /ChelseaFC turns 8 years old today! (359 points, 48 comments)
    4. Transfer Rumour Reliability Guide - Summer 2018 (300 points, 110 comments)
    5. /ChelseaFC 2018/19 Subscriber Census! (111 points, 126 comments)
    6. [Match Thread] Real Madrid vs Liverpool - CL Final (48 points, 365 comments)
    7. Welcome to our new mods! (47 points, 43 comments)
    8. The Magic Hat Thread - Chelsea v Transfers (40 points, 144 comments)
    9. Free Talk Friday (15 points, 69 comments)
    10. Daily World Cup Talk - June 16, 2018 (3 points, 35 comments)
  2. 2465 points, 1 submission: Obi-Wan-Kenobi2
    1. The Chelsea board at the end of every season (2465 points, 79 comments)
  3. 2294 points, 6 submissions: durumbrasil
    1. On this day 6 years ago, Chelsea confirmed the signing of Eden Hazard for £32 million. Our best transfer this decade. (1069 points, 122 comments)
    2. Courtois: "I have know Hazard for many years but I don't think I have seen him train and play this amazing as in these 3 last weeks and games." (432 points, 30 comments)
    3. Michy Batshuayi breaking ankles (344 points, 39 comments)
    4. Hazard assist against Costa Rica 1-1 (198 points, 24 comments)
    5. Eden Hazard, as captain, just scored the 2-0 for Belgium against Egypt. (148 points, 6 comments)
    6. Giroud and Miazga headclash (103 points, 22 comments)
  4. 1999 points, 6 submissions: Hyv_Angel
    1. Juan Mata 12/13 was simply untouchable. (478 points, 65 comments)
    2. Victor Moses sending Harry Kane back to Watford! (447 points, 22 comments)
    3. Callum Hudson-Odoi this season: - 23 goals - 16 assists - EURO U17 🥈 - World Cup U17 🏆 - FA Youth Cup 🏆 - Premier League U18 🏆 - UEFA Youth League - Chelsea's first team debut (419 points, 25 comments)
    4. Wait, maybe I get a call up now!- Cesc Fabregas (Lopetegui has been sacked) (278 points, 25 comments)
    5. In 2008, Frank Lampard became the first midfielder in Premier League history to score 4+ goals in one game (vs. Derby). ⚽⚽⚽⚽ (268 points, 8 comments)
    6. Thibaut Courtois has kept 103 clean sheets in the top 5 European leagues since his debut for Atletico Madrid in August 2011; only Gianluigi Buffon (117) has kept more. Handy. - Opta (109 points, 15 comments)
  5. 1999 points, 1 submission: TheNoble9
    1. The Best Bicycle (1999 points, 34 comments)
  6. 1835 points, 9 submissions: unbrothers
    1. Andreas Christensen's #WorldCup game by numbers vs. #PER: 100% tackles won 92% pass accuracy 58 touches 48 passes 2 fouls won 2 clearances 2 tackles 1 interception (466 points, 81 comments)
    2. Antonio Rudiger defends Antonio Conte and says: "Conte has shown that he is a coach who knows how to win titles. That is what I'm about. I want to win titles" (440 points, 106 comments)
    3. "N'golo Kante is one of the most influential midfielders I've seen play football" - Wenger Interview with Bein Sports (317 points, 21 comments)
    4. Sarri will be soon free for Chelsea! With a document of gentlemen's agreement (157 points, 75 comments)
    5. Eden Hazard wants clarity about Antonio Conte's future at Chelsea (147 points, 26 comments)
    6. "Maurizio has always been fascinated by the hypothesis of Chelsea.Chelsea would be the ideal team for his idea of football" Marco Brachi - Sarri's close friend (110 points, 63 comments)
    7. Eden Hazard's prediction on World Cup 2018 (74 points, 21 comments)
    8. If someone asks you what did Lampard do? Show them this. (67 points, 23 comments)
    9. "Sarri has won the competition of Blanc and Luis Enrique and in days will sign with Chlesea" Raffaele Auriemma (Radio CRC - TuttoNapoli) (57 points, 22 comments)
  7. 1559 points, 15 submissions: NotClayMerritt
    1. Michael Ballack: "Finishing fifth is not good enough for Chelsea. and especially in the last three seasons not qualifying for the Champions League twice. It’s a sign, it’s a development with which you have to be careful." (361 points, 31 comments)
    2. Antonio Conte is still in his job, no one's talking, and no decisions are being made. Something's different: Chelsea have never behaved like this before. (220 points, 127 comments)
    3. Chelsea's new Away kit found in a local store. (206 points, 56 comments)
    4. Di Marzio: Chelsea chases Alisson after contract negotiations with Courtois break down (161 points, 158 comments)
    5. Pedulla: Sarri, more and more Chelsea! Slow heat. Zola and Martusciello in the staff (97 points, 60 comments)
    6. Radio Kiss Kiss Napoli: Chelsea ready to offer €85m for Kalidou Koulibaly (90 points, 101 comments)
    7. Willian: I was happy with my performances throughout the season. I played very well. Sometimes to stay on the bench is difficult. I respect the decision of the manager who thinks that." (66 points, 40 comments)
    8. Paris United: N'Golo Kante the priority for PSG this summer. Negotiations have resumed. (64 points, 86 comments)
    9. Pedulla: Sarri-Chelsea, tomorrow summit. There could also be the coach, a close turn. (58 points, 46 comments)
    10. Alfredo Pedulla: Chelsea can announce Blanc at any moment but he remains Plan B. (57 points, 90 comments)
  8. 1445 points, 1 submission: KroosKontroller
    1. Happy Birthday To The Premier League's Greatest Midfielder (1445 points, 70 comments)
  9. 1305 points, 1 submission: xand711
    1. Cesc brutally trolling Tbo in the IG comments (1305 points, 34 comments)
  10. 1250 points, 7 submissions: asolsterling
    1. Gary Lineker on RLC: "I've watched him since he was 11 years old. He played in the same team as my son in the Chelsea academy for years. I kept saying to my son Tobias 'if this kid doesn't make it then I'll be shocked'. He's got so much about him" (383 points, 56 comments)
    2. Anthony Martial's agent confirms that his client wants to leave Man Utd. (345 points, 115 comments)
    3. Jody Morris farewell message (307 points, 31 comments)
    4. Chelsea have continued talks to secure Maurizio Sarri in Milan today. All sides are optimistic but there's a deadline approaching tomorrow over the buyout clause (70 points, 63 comments)
    5. [simon johnson] Chelsea offered Gonzalo Higuain as Juventus target Alvaro Morata transfer (51 points, 56 comments)
    6. Chelsea's non-World Cup senior players (first team and loan) will join up with the squad on 2 July for pre-season. WorldCup players will get a holiday and then join up at a later date. (50 points, 26 comments)
    7. Zola asked about his next career move "we'll see more in the future, at the moment only talking but nothing is decided" (44 points, 7 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. Vicar13 (2853 points, 378 comments)
  2. NotClayMerritt (2715 points, 220 comments)
  3. Fruit_Pastilles (1921 points, 145 comments)
  4. DarkLordOlli (1799 points, 164 comments)
  5. iKSv2 (1770 points, 117 comments)
  6. ThePharaoh3 (1743 points, 106 comments)
  7. KeplingerSkyRide (1630 points, 283 comments)
  8. JiriJarosik1StevieG0 (1277 points, 193 comments)
  9. EvenGandhiHatesLVG (1276 points, 58 comments)
  10. joenke36 (1272 points, 105 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. The Chelsea board at the end of every season by Obi-Wan-Kenobi2 (2465 points, 79 comments)
  2. The Best Bicycle by TheNoble9 (1999 points, 34 comments)
  3. Happy Birthday To The Premier League's Greatest Midfielder by KroosKontroller (1445 points, 70 comments)
  4. Cesc brutally trolling Tbo in the IG comments by xand711 (1305 points, 34 comments)
  5. Lampard officially announced as Derby Coach. Good luck Super Frank! by menelaos5 (1152 points, 66 comments)
  6. The life of a Chelsea fan... by Blithe17 (1077 points, 50 comments)
  7. On this day 6 years ago, Chelsea confirmed the signing of Eden Hazard for £32 million. Our best transfer this decade. by durumbrasil (1069 points, 122 comments)
  8. Conte learning transfer tactics from Marina by Vicar13 (1058 points, 78 comments)
  9. Upvote if you're excited to see this man run and kick balls tomorrow by ckipr (971 points, 47 comments)
  10. The state of the club by SexDrugsAzpilicueta (841 points, 117 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 428 points: ofnw's comment in "Harry Kane is probably the best striker in the Premier League. I think he's now ready to go to a big club." - Cesc Fàbregas.
  2. 427 points: EvenGandhiHatesLVG's comment in Dries Mertens
  3. 420 points: dragonsky's comment in The Chelsea board at the end of every season
  4. 399 points: dethvan3000's comment in Thibaut Courtois baffled by Chelsea exit talk and plans contract meetings after World Cup
  5. 292 points: DarkLordOlli's comment in Chelsea have told Ruben Loftus-Cheek that they will not entertain selling him this summer, as they see him playing a prominent role in the first-team
  6. 287 points: TheNarrator23's comment in On this day 6 years ago, Chelsea confirmed the signing of Eden Hazard for £32 million. Our best transfer this decade.
  7. 271 points: pappsicle's comment in Jean-Michael Seri is in very advanced talks with Chelsea FC, despite the coach situation still up in the air. He was Roman Abramovich’s personal choice.
  8. 258 points: XPLJESUS's comment in Anybody else happy to keep Conte?
  9. 256 points: Cherrytapper's comment in We need to keep hold of Courtois
  10. 250 points: elburcho's comment in The state of the club
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2017.06.22 06:45 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2014 (out of the 9,261 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. A Magic Christmas (Director: R. Michael Givens)
  2. Agent F.O.X. (Director: Ge Shuiying)
  3. Dognapped (Director: Berenika Maciejewicz)
  4. Frozen In Time (Director: Alex Leung)
  5. Maya The Bee Movie (Director: Alexs Stadermann)
  6. Rio II (Director: Carlos Saldanha)
  7. Space Dogs: Adventures To The Moon (Directors: Inna Evlannikova, Aleksander Khramtsov, Vadim Sotskov + Mike Disa)
  8. The Boxcar Children (Director: Daniel Chuba, Mark A.Z. Dippé + Kyungho Jo)
  9. The Hero Of Color City (Director: Frank Gladstone)
  1. 16 Stones (Director: Brian Brough)
  2. A Belle For Christmas (Director: Jason Dallas)
  3. A Fine Step (Director: Jonathan Meyers)
  4. A Little Game (Director: Evan Oppenheimer)
  5. A Long Way Off (Directors: Michael Davis + John Errington)
  6. A Matter Of Faith (Director: Rich Christiano)
  7. Ace Wonder: Message from a Dead Man (Director: John Robert Moore)
  8. Against The Sun (Director: Brian Falk)
  9. Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (Director: Miguel Aerteta)
  10. An Evergreen Christmas (Director: Jeremy Culver)
  11. Annie (Director: Will Gluck)
  12. Antboy: Revenge Of The Red Fury (Director: Ask Hasselbalch)
  13. Ava & Lala (Director: undisclosed)
  14. Axel: The Biggest Little Hero (Director: Leo Lee)
  15. Beyond Beyond (Director: Esben Toft Jacobsen)
  16. Big Hero 6 (Directors: Don Hall + Chris Williams)
  17. Black Coffee (Director: Mark Harris)
  18. Bucky And The Squirrels (Director: Allan Katz)
  19. Cantiflas (Director: Sebastian del Amo)
  20. Christian Mingle (Director: Corbin Bernsen)
  21. Dakota’s Summer (Director: Timothy Armstrong)
  22. Dolphin’s Tale II (Director: Charles Martin Smith)
  23. Dude, Where’s My Dog?! (Director: Stephen Langford)
  24. Dwegons And Leprechauns (Director: Tom Walsh)
  25. Earth To Echo (Director: Dave Green)
  26. East Side Sushi (Director: Anthony Lucero)
  27. Falcon Song (Director: Jason Corgan Brown)
  28. Get Santa (Director: Christopher Smith)
  29. God’s Not Dead (Director: Harold Cronk)
  30. Heaven Is For Real (Director: Randall Wallace)
  31. Henry & Me (Director: Barrett Esposito)
  32. Highway To Dhampus (Director: Rick McFarland)
  33. How To Train Your Dragon II (Director: Dean DeBlois)
  34. Inspired Guns (Director: Adam White)
  35. Into The Woods (Director: Rob Marshall)
  36. Lucky Dog (Director: Michael Feifer)
  37. Maleficent (Director: Robert Stromberg)
  38. Million Dollar Arm (Director: Craig Gillespie)
  39. Missing William (Director: Kenn MacRae)
  40. Moms’ Night Out (Directors: Andrew Erwin + Jon Erwin)
  41. Mr. Peabody & Sherman (Director: Rob Minkoff)
  42. Mule-Tide Christmas (Director: Gorka Vázquez)
  43. Mummy, I’m A Zombie (Directors: Beñat Beitia, Ricardo Ramón + MJ Lallo)
  44. Mune: Guardian Of The Moon (Directors: Alexandre Heboyan + Benoît Philippon)
  45. Muppets Most Wanted (Director: James Bobin)
  46. My Dog The Space Traveler (Director: Robin Christian)
  47. Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb (Director: Shawn Levy)
  48. Paddington (Director: Paul King)
  49. Penguins Of Madagascar (Directors: Eric Darnell + Simon J. Smith)
  50. Planes: Fire & Rescue (Director: Roberts Gannaway)
  51. Pudsey The Dog: The Movie (Director: Nick Moore)
  52. Ribbit (Director: Chuck Powers)
  53. Road To The Open (Director: Cole Claassen)
  54. Saving Christmas (Director: Darren Doane)
  55. Small Town Santa (Director: Joel Paul Reisig)
  56. Song Of The Sea (Director: Tomm Moore)
  57. The Adventures Of RoboRex (Director: Stephen Shimek)
  58. The Better Angels (Director: A.J. Edwards)
  59. The Book Of Life (Director: Jorge R. Gutiérrez)
  60. The Boxtrolls (Director: Graham Annable + Anthony Stacchi)
  61. The Dog Who Saved Easter (Director: Sean Olson)
  62. The Hundred-Foot Journey (Director: Lasse Hallström)
  63. The Identical (Director: Dustin Marcellino)
  64. The Incredible Adventure of Jojo (And His Annoying Little Sister Avila) (Director: Brian Schmidt)
  65. The Journey Home (Directors: Roger Spottiswoode + Brandon Quilici)
  66. The Last Straw (Director: Rob Diamond)
  67. The Legend Of Longwood (Director: Lisa Mulcahy)
  68. The Lego Movie (Directors: Phil Lord + Christopher Miller)
  69. The Letters (Director: William Riead)
  70. The Nut Job (Director: Peter Lepeniotis)
  71. The One I Wrote For You (Director: Andrew Lauer)
  72. The Perfect Wave (Director: Bruce Macdonald)
  73. The Princess And The Magic Mirror (Director: Ernesto Padrón)
  74. The Prophet (Directors: Roger Allers, Gaëtan Brizzi, Paul Brizzi, Joan C. Gratz, Mohammed Saeed Harib, Tomm Moore, Nina Paley, Bill Plympton, Joann Sfar + Michal Socha)
  75. The Seventh Dwarf (Director: Boris Aljinovic + Harald Siepermann)
  76. When Marnie Was There (Director: Hiromasa Yonebayashi)
  77. When The Game Stands Tall (Director: Thomas Carter)
  78. Wings: Sky Force Heroes (Directors: Tony Tang + Mychal Simka)
  79. Yellowbird (Director: Christian De Vita)
  1. 23 Blast (Director: Dylan Baker)
  2. 3 Days To Kill (Director: McG)
  3. 3 Hearts (Director: Benoît Jacquot)
  4. 4 Minute Mile (Director: Charles-Olivier Michaud)
  5. 5 Flights Up (Director: Richard Loncraine)
  6. 50 To 1 (Director: Jim Wilson)
  7. 8 Days (Director: Jaco Booyens)
  8. A Brilliant Young Mind (Director: Morgan Matthews)
  9. A Merry Friggin’ Christmas (Director: Tristram Shapeero)
  10. A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (Director: Roy Andersson)
  11. Alongside Night (Director: J. Neil Schulman)
  12. And So It Goes (Director: Rob Reiner)
  13. Angels In Stardust (Director: William Robert Carey)
  14. Appleseed Alpha (Director: Shinji Aramaki)
  15. Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt? (Director: James Manera)
  16. Authors Anonymous (Director: Ellie Kanner)
  17. Barefoot (Director: Andrew Fleming)
  18. Beauty And The Beast (Director: Christophe Gans)
  19. Before We Go (Director: Chris Evans)
  20. Believe Me (Director: Will Bakke)
  21. Beyond The Lights (Director: Gina Prince-Bythewood)
  22. Big Eyes (Director: Tim Burton)
  23. Big Game (Director: Jalmari Helander)
  24. Big Stone Gap (Director: Adriana Trigiani)
  25. Black Or White (Director: Mike Binder)
  26. Blended (Director: Frank Coraci)
  27. Brick Mansions (Director: Camille Delamarre)
  28. Bullseye (Director: Alex Prister)
  29. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Directors: Anthony Russo + Joe Russo)
  30. Cesar Chavez (Director: Diego Luna)
  31. Coming Home (Director: Yimou Zhang)
  32. Counterclock (Director: Dylan Hoang)
  33. Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes (Director: Matt Reeves)
  34. Desert Dancer (Director: Richard Raymond)
  35. Destiny (Director: Jeremy Whittaker)
  36. Divergent (Director: Neil Burger)
  37. Doc Holliday’s Revenge (Director: David DeCoteau)
  38. Dracula Untold (Director: Gary Shore)
  39. Draft Day (Director: Ivan Reitman)
  40. Dumb And Dumber To (Directors: Bobby Farrelly + Peter Farrelly)
  41. Edge Of Tomorrow (Director: Doug Liman)
  42. Effie Gray (Director: Richard Laxton)
  43. Elsa & Fred (Director: Michael Radford)
  44. Flight 7500 (Director: Takashi Shimizu)
  45. Frontera (Director: Michael Berry)
  46. Garm Wars: The Last Druid (Director: Mamoru Oshii)
  47. Get On Up (Director: Tate Taylor)
  48. Godzilla (Director: Gareth Edwards)
  49. Guardians Of The Galaxy (Director: James Gunn)
  50. Hercules (Director: Brett Ratner)
  51. I, Frankenstein (Director: Stuart Beattie)
  52. If I Stay (Director: R.J. Cutler)
  53. Innocence (Director: Hilary Brougher)
  54. Interstellar (Director: Christopher Nolan)
  55. Into The Storm (Director: Steven Quale)
  56. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Director: Kenneth Branagh)
  57. Jackie & Ryan (Director: Ami Canaan Mann)
  58. Jessabelle (Director: Kevin Greutert)
  59. Jimmy’s Hall (Director: Ken Loach)
  60. Jinn (Director: Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad)
  61. Left Behind (Director: Vic Armstrong)
  62. Light From The Darkroom (Director: Lance McDaniel)
  63. Like A Country Song (Director: Johnny Remo)
  64. Love & Mercy (Director: Bill Pohlad)
  65. Magic In The Moonlight (Director: Woody Allen)
  66. Manglehorn (Director: David Gordon Green)
  67. Miss Julie (Director: Liv Ullmann)
  68. Murder101 (Directors: Michael Phillip Edwards + Sheldon Robins)
  69. My Old Lady (Director: Israel Horovitz)
  70. Need For Speed (Director: Scott Waugh)
  71. No Good Deed (Director: Sam Miller)
  72. Noah (Director: Darren Aronofsky)
  73. Noble (Director: Stephen Bradley)
  74. Non-Stop (Director: Jaume Collet-Serra)
  75. Northern Soul (Director: Elaine Constantine)
  76. Of Mind And Music (Director: Richie Adams)
  77. Old Fashioned (Director: Rik Swartzwelder)
  78. Ouija (Director: Stiles White)
  79. Pawn Sacrifice (Director: Edward Zwick)
  80. Persecuted (Director: Daniel Lusko)
  81. Persistence Of Memory (Director Candace Amiguet)
  82. Phoenix (Director: Christian Petzold)
  83. Pompeii (Director: Paul W.S. Anderson)
  84. Queen Of The Mountains (Director: Sadyk Sher-Niyaz)
  85. Ragamuffin (Director: David Leo Shultz)
  86. Reach Me (Director: John Herzfeld)
  87. Red Sky (Director: Mario Van Peebles)
  88. Ride Along (Director: Tim Story)
  89. RoboCop (Director: José Padilha)
  90. Robot Overlords (Director: Jon Wright)
  91. Rumors Of Wars (Director: Paul Tomborello)
  92. SBK The Movie (Director: Aaron Re)
  93. Saints And Soldiers: The Void (Director: Ryan Little)
  94. Selma (Director: Ava DuVernay)
  95. Seventh Son (Director: Sergei Bodrov)
  96. Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage (Director: Shahin Sean Solimon)
  97. Son Of God (Director: Christopher Spencer)
  98. Song One (Director: Kate Barker-Froyland)
  99. St. Vincent (Director: Theodore Melfi)
  100. Step Up: All In (Director: Trish Sie)
  101. Still Alice (Directors: Richard Glatzer + Wash Westmoreland)
  102. Stonehearst Asylum (Director: Brad Anderson)
  103. Streets Of Hope (Director: Jennifer Tadlock)
  104. Surrender (Director: Danny Rogers)
  105. Taken III (Director: Olivier Megaton)
  106. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Director: Jonathan Liebesman)
  107. Testament Of Youth (Director: James Kent)
  108. The Amazing Spider-Man II (Director: Marc Webb)
  109. The Best Of Me (Director: Michael Hoffman)
  110. The Cobbler (Director: Tom McCarthy)
  111. The Devil’s Hand (Director: Christian E. Christiansen)
  112. The Expendables III (Director: Patrick Hughes)
  113. The Fault In Our Stars (Director: Josh Boone)
  114. The Fluffy Movie: Unity Through Laughter (Directors: Manny Rodriguez + Jay Lavender)
  115. The Good Lie (Director: Philippe Falardeau)
  116. The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies (Director: Peter Jackson)
  117. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay (Pt. 1) (Director: Francis Lawrence)
  118. The Imitation Game (Director: Morten Tyldum)
  119. The Last Five Years (Director: Richard LaGravenese)
  120. The Legend Of Hercules (Director: Renny Harlin)
  121. The Longest Week (Director: Peter Glanz)
  122. The Maze Runner (Director: Wes Ball)
  123. The Monuments Men (Director: George Clooney)
  124. The Other Woman (Director: Nick Cassavetes)
  125. The Quiet Ones (Director: John Pogues)
  126. The Remaining (Director: Casey La Scala)
  127. The Signal (Director: William Eubank)
  128. The Single Moms Club (Director: Tyler Perry)
  129. The Sisterhood Of Night (Director: Caryn Waechter)
  130. The Song (Director: Richard Ramsey)
  131. The Theory Of Everything (Director: James Marsh)
  132. The Two Faces Of January (Director: Hossein Amini)
  133. The Woman In Black II: Angel Of Death (Director: Tom Harper)
  134. Think Like A Man Too (Director: Tim Story)
  135. Til Death Do Us Part (Director: Marcus J. Mosely)
  136. Timbuktu (Director: Abderrahmane Sissako)
  137. Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Finn (Director: Jo Kastner)
  138. Transcendence (Director: Wally Pfister)
  139. Transformers: Age Of Extinction (Director: Michael Bay)
  140. Two Days, One Night (Directors: Jean-Pierre Dardenne + Luc Dardenne)
  141. Unbroken (Director: Angelina Jolie)
  142. Vampire Academy (Director: Mark Waters)
  143. Veronica Mars (Director: Rob Thomas)
  144. Wayward: The Prodigal Son (Director: Rob Diamond)
  145. What We Did On Our Holiday (Directors: Andy Hamilton + Guy Jenkin)
  146. Where Hope Grows (Director: Chris Dowling)
  147. Winter’s Tale (Director: Akiva Goldsman)
  148. X-Men: Days Of Future Past (Director: Bryan Singer)
  1. $50K and a Call Girl: A Love Story (Director: Seth Grossman)
  2. ’71 (Director: Yann Demange)
  3. 10.000 Km (Director: Carlos Marques-Marcet)
  4. 108 Stitches (Director: David Rountree)
  5. 13 Sins (Director: Daniel Stamm)
  6. 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath (Director: Stanley Yung)
  7. 22 Jump Street (Director: Phil Lord + Christopher Miller)
  8. 3 Nights In The Desert (Director: Gabriel Cowan)
  9. 300: Rise Of An Empire (Director: Noam Murro)
  10. 5 To 7 (Director: Victor Levin)
  11. 99 Homes (Director: Ramin Bahrani)
  12. A Fighting Man (Director: Damian Lee)
  13. A Free Bird (Director: Gregg Russell)
  14. A Good Marriage (Director: Peter Askin)
  15. A Haunted House II (Director: Michael Tiddes)
  16. A Little Chaos (Director: Alan Rickman)
  17. A Long Way Down (Director: Pascal Chaumeil)
  18. A Million Ways To Die In The West (Director: Seth MacFarlane)
  19. A Most Violent Year (Director: J.C. Chandor)
  20. A Most Wanted Man (Director: Anton Corbijn)
  21. A Short History Of Decay (Director: Michael Maren)
  22. A Walk Among The Tombstones (Director: Scott Frank)
  23. About Alex (Director: Jesse Zwick)
  24. About Last Night (Director: Steve Pink)
  25. Addicted (Director: Bille Woodruff)
  26. Adult Beginners (Director: Ross Katz)
  27. After (Director: Pieter Gaspersz)
  28. After The Fall (Director: Saar Klein)
  29. Alex Of Venice (Director: Chris Messina)
  30. Aloft (Director: Claudio Llosa)
  31. Altergeist (Director: Tedi Sarafian)
  32. Amapola (Director: Eugenio Zanetti)
  33. American Heist (Director: Sarik Andreasyan)
  34. American Sniper (Director: Clint Eastwood)
  35. An American In Hollywood (Director: Sai Varadan)
  36. Annabelle (Director: John R. Leonetti)
  37. Ardor (Director: Pablo Fendrik)
  38. As Above, So Below (Director: John Erick Dowdle)
  39. As Night Comes (Director: Richard Zelniker)
  40. Asylum (Director: Todor Chapkanov)
  41. Automata (Director: Gabe Ibáñez)
  42. Back In The Day (Director: Michael Rosenbaum)
  43. Backcountry (Director: Adam MacDonald)
  44. Backtrack (Nazi Vengeance) (Director: Tom Sands)
  45. Balls Out (Director: Andrew Disney)
  46. Before I Go To Sleep (Director: Rowan Joffe)
  47. Behaving Badly (Director: Tim Garrick)
  48. Behind The Door (Director: Kevin Hicks)
  49. Beyond The Reach (Director: Jean-Baptiste Léonetti)
  50. Big Muddy (Director: Jefferson Moneo)
  51. Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (Director: Alejandro González Iñárritu)
  52. Black Sea (Director: Kevin Macdonald)
  53. Blackbird (Director: Patrik-Ian Polk)
  54. Blood First (Director: Najaa Young)
  55. Born Of War (Director: Vicky Jewson)
  56. Boulevard (Director: Dito Montiel)
  57. Boyhood (Director: Richard Linklater)
  58. Boys Of Abu Ghraib (Director: Luke Moran)
  59. Break Point (Director: Jay Karas)
  60. Burying The Ex (Director: Joe Dante)
  61. By The Gun (Director: James Mottern)
  62. Cake (Director: Daniel Barnz)
  63. California Scheming (Director: Marco Weber)
  64. Calvary (Director: John Michael McDonagh)
  65. Camp X-Ray (Director: Peter Sattler)
  66. Cat Run II (Director: John Stockwell)
  67. Chef (Director: Jon Favreau)
  68. Chemical Peel (Director: Hank Braxtan)
  69. Chrysalis (Director: John Klein)
  70. Clouds Of Sils Maria (Director: Olivier Assayas)
  71. Clown (Director: Jon Watts)
  72. Cold In July (Director: Jim Mickle)
  73. Come Back To Me (Director: Paul Leyden)
  74. Comet (Director: Sam Esmail)
  75. Cooties (Directors: Jonathan Milott + Cary Murnion)
  76. Counterpunch (Director: Kenneth Castillo)
  77. Covert Operation (Director: Mathieu Weschler)
  78. Creep (Director: Patrick Brice)
  79. Cry Now (Director: Alberto Barboza)
  80. Cuban Fury (Director: James Griffiths)
  81. Cut Bank (Director: Matt Shakman)
  82. Cut Snake (Director: Tony Ayres)
  83. Cymbeline (Director: Michael Almereyda)
  84. Dark House (Director: Victor Salva)
  85. Darker Than Night (Director: Henry Bedwell)
  86. Date And Switch (Director: Chris Nelson)
  87. Dead Snow II: Red vs. Dead (Director: Tommy Wirkola)
  88. Dear White People (Director: Justin Simien)
  89. Death Do Us Part (Director: Nicholas Humphries)
  90. Decline Of An Empire (Director: Michael Redwood)
  91. Deliver Us From Evil (Director: Scott Derrickson)
  92. Devil’s Due (Directors: Matt Bettinelli-Olpin + Tyler Gillett)
  93. Disciples (Director: Joe Hollow)
  94. Dying Of The Light (Director: Paul Schrader)
  95. Eden (Director: Shyam Madiraju)
  96. Eden (Director: Mia Hansen-Løve)
  97. Electric Slide (Director: Tristan Patterson)
  98. Endless Love (Director: Shana Feste)
  99. Escobar: Paradise Lost (Director: Andrea Di Stefao)
  100. Everly (Director: Joe Lynch)
  101. Every Little Thing (Director: Amy Berg)
  102. Ex Machina (Director: Alex Garland)
  103. Exanimate (Director: Gavin Presto)
  104. Exists (Director: Eduardo Sánchez)
  105. Exodus: Gods And Kings (Director: Ridley Scott)
  106. Expelled (Director: Alex Goyette)
  107. Falcon Rising (Director: Ernie Barbarash)
  108. Fear Clinic (Director: Robert Hall)
  109. Fishing Without Nets (Director: Cutter Hodierne)
  110. Force Majeure (Director: Ruben Östlund)
  111. Fort Tilden (Directors: Sarah-Violet Bliss + Charles Rogers)
  112. Foxcatcher (Director: Bennett Miller)
  113. Frank (Director: Lenny Abrahamson)
  114. Free Fall (Director: Malek Akkad)
  115. Freedom (Director: Peter Cousens)
  116. Freezer (Director: Mikael Salomon)
  117. Friended To Death (Director: Sarah Smick)
  118. Fury (Director: David Ayer)
  119. Félix & Meira (Director: Maxime Giroux)
  120. Gemma Bovery (Director: Anne Fontaine)
  121. Gloria (Director: Christian Keller)
  122. God’s Pocket (Director: John Slattery)
  123. Gone Girl (Director: David Fincher)
  124. Good Kill (Director: Andrew Niccol)
  125. Good People (Director: Henrik Ruben Genz)
  126. Goodnight, Mommy (Directors: Severin Fiala + Veronika Franz)
  127. Grace: The Possession (Director: Jeff Chan)
  128. Guardian Angel (Director: Vahik Pirhamzei)
  129. Gunshot Straight (Director: Justin Steele)
  130. Happy Christmas (Director: Joe Swanberg)
  131. Haunt (Director: Mac Carter)
  132. Haunting Of Cellblock 11 (Director: Andrew P. Jones)
  133. Healing (Director: Craig Monahan)
  134. Heaven Knows What (Directors: Ben Safdie + Joshua Safdie)
  135. Hector And The Search For Happiness (Director: Peter Chelsom)
  136. Helen Alone (Director: Henrik Bech Poulsen)
  137. Hellion (Director: Kat Chandler)
  138. Hollows Grove (Director: Craig Efros)
  139. Honeymoon (Director: Leigh Janiak)
  140. Horrible Bosses II (Director: Sean Anders)
  141. House At The End Of The Drive (Director: David Worth)
  142. I Origins (Director: Mike Cahill)
  143. Iceman (Director: Wing-Cheong Law)
  144. In Order Of Disappearance (Director: Hans Petter Moland)
  145. In The Blood (Director: John Stockwell)
  146. In The Courtyard (Director: Pierre Salvadori)
  147. In The Name Of My Daughter (Director: André Téchiné)
  148. In The Name Of The King: The Last Job (Director: Uwe Boll)
  149. Indigenous (Director: Alastair Orr)
  150. Infinitely Polar Bear (Director: Maya Forbes)
  151. Inherent Vice (Director: Paul Thomas Anderson)
  152. It Follows (Director: David Robert Mitchell)
  153. Jarhead II: Field Of Fire (Director: Don Michael Paul)
  154. Jersey Boys (Director: Clint Eastwood)
  155. Jersey Shore Massacre (Director: Paul Tarnopol)
  156. John Doe: Vigilante (Director: Kelly Dolen)
  157. John Wick (Director: Chad Stahelski + David Leitch)
  158. Julia (Director: Matthew A. Brown)
  159. Just Before I Go (Director: Courtney Cox)
  160. Kelly & Cal (Director: Jen McGowan)
  161. Kill Me Three Times (Director: Kriv Stenders)
  162. Kill The Messenger (Director: Michael Cuesta)
  163. Kilo Two Bravo (Director: Paul Katis)
  164. Kingsman: The Secret Service (Director: Matthew Vaughn)
  165. Kite (Director: Ralph Ziman)
  166. Kony Montana (Director: Patryk Depa)
  167. Labyrinth Of Lies (Director: Giulio Ricciarelli)
  168. Laggies (Director: Lynn Shelton)
  169. Land Ho! (Directors: Aaron Katz + Martha Stephens)
  170. Lap Dance (Director: Greg Carter)
  171. Last Shift (Director: Anthony DiBlasi)
  172. Learning To Drive (Director: Isabel Coixet)
  173. Leprechaun: Origins (Director: Zach Lipovsky)
  174. Let’s Be Cops (Director: Luke Greenfield)
  175. Leviathan (Director: Andrey Zvyagintsev)
  176. Life After Beth (Director: Jeff Baena)
  177. Life Partners (Director: Susanna Fogel)
  178. Like Sunday, Like Rain (Director: Frank Whaley)
  179. Locker 13 (Directors: Bruce Dellis, Jason Marsden, Matthew Mebane, Adam Montierth + Donovan Montierth)
  180. Lords Of London (Director: Antonio Simoncini)
  181. Lost River (Director: Ryan Gosling)
  182. Love Is Strange (Director: Ira Sachs)
  183. Love, Rosie (Director: Christian Ditter)
  184. Low Down (Director: Jeff Preiss)
  185. Lucy (Director: Luc Besson)
  186. Lullaby (Director: Andrew Levitas)
  187. Madame Bovery (Director: Sophie Barthes)
  188. Making The Rules (Director: Jimbo Lee)
  189. Mall (Director: Joseph Hahn)
  190. Maps To The Stars (Director: David Cronenberg)
  191. Match (Director: Stephen Belber)
  192. Matthew 18 (Director: Roy Belfrey)
  193. Mea Culpa (Director: Fred Cavayé)
  194. Men, Women & Children (Director: Jason Reitman)
  195. Mercy (Director: Peter Cornwell)
  196. Mommy (Director: Xavier Dolan)
  197. Monsters: Dark Continent (Director: Tom Green)
  198. Mr. Turner (Director: Mike Leigh)
  199. Muffin Top: A Love Story (Director: Cathryn Michon)
  200. My Man Is A Loser (Director: Mike Young)
  201. Neighbors (Director: Nicholas Stoller)
  202. NightLights (Director: David Midell)
  203. Nightcrawler (Director: Dan Gilroy)
  204. Northmen - A Viking Saga (Director: Claudio Fäh)
  205. Obvious Child (Director: Gillian Robespierre)
  206. Operation Rogue (Director: Brian Clyde)
  207. Out Of The Dark (Director: Lluís Quílez)
  208. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (Director: Christopher Landon)
  209. Parts Per Billion (Director: Brian Horiuchi)
  210. Phantom Halo (Director: Antonia Bogdanovich)
  211. Plastic (Director: Julian Gilbey)
  212. Playing It Cool (Director: Justin Reardon)
  213. Predestination (Directors: Michael Spierig + Peter Spierig)
  214. Premature (Director: Dan Beer)
  215. Pride (Director: Matthew Warchus)
  216. Private Number (Director: LazRael Lison)
  217. Puncture Wounds (Director: Giorgio Serafini + James Coyne)
  218. Reasonable Doubt (Director: Peter Howitt)
  219. [rec.] 4: Apocalypse (Director: Jaume Balagueró)
  220. Reclaim (Director: Alan White)
  221. Revenge Of The Green Dragons (Directors: Wai-Keung Lau + Andrew Loo)
  222. Ride (Director: Helen Hunt)
  223. Rio, I Love You (Directors: Vicente Amorim, Guillermo Arriaga, Stephan Elliott, Sang-soo Im, Nadine Labaki, Fernando Meirelles, José Padilha, Carlos Saldanha, Paolo Sorrentino, John Turturro, Andrucha Waddington + César Charlone)
  224. Road To Paloma (Director: Jason Momoa)
  225. Rob The Mob (Director: Raymond De Felitta)
  226. Rosewater (Director: Jon Stewart)
  227. Rudderless (Director: William H. Macy)
  228. Runoff (Director: Kimberly Levin)
  229. SEAL Patrol (Director: Nicholas Aaron Mezzanatto)
  230. Sabotage (Director: David Ayer)
  231. Saint Laurent (Director: Bertrand Bonello)
  232. Samba (Directors: Olivier Nakache + Eric Toledano)
  233. School Dance (Director: Nick Cannon)
  234. Search Party (Director: Scot Armstrong)
  235. Sector 4: Extraction (Director: Olivier Gruner)
  236. See No Evil II (Director: Jen Soska + Sylvia Soska)
  237. Serena (Director: Susanne Bier)
  238. Sex Tape (Director: Jake Kasdan)
  239. She’s Funny That Way (Director: Peter Bogdanovich)
  240. Sin City: A Dame To Kill For (Directors: Frank Miller + Robert Rodriguez)
  241. Sins Of Our Youth (Director: Gary Entin)
  242. Skin Trade (Director: Ekachai Uekrongtham)
  243. Small Time (Director: Joel Surnow)
  244. Some Kind Of Beautiful (Director: Tom Vaughan)
  245. Something Wicked (Director: Darin Scott)
  246. Son Of A Gun (Director: Julius Avery)
  247. Space Station 76 (Director: Jack Plotnick)
  248. Stage Fright (Director: Jerome Sable)
  249. Stretch (Director: Joe Carnahan)
  250. Suburban Gothic (Director: Richard Bates, Jr.)
  251. Swelter (Director: Keith Parmer)
  252. T-Rex (Director: Mickey Reece)
  253. Tammy (Director: Ben Falcone)
  254. Tapped Out (Director: Allan Ungar)
  255. Teen Lust (Director: Blaine Thurier)
  256. Tell (Director: J.M.R. Luna)
  257. That Awkward Moment (Director: Tom Gormican)
  258. The Angriest Man In Brooklyn (Director: Phil Alden Robinson)
  259. The Appearing (Director: Daric Gates)
  260. The Bag Man (Director: David Grovic)
  261. The Barber (Director: Basel Owies)
  262. The Blackout (Then There Was) (Director: Louis Mandylor)
  263. The Blood Lands (Director: Simeon Halligan)
  264. The Blue Room (Director: Mathieu Amalric)
  265. The Calling (Director: Jason Stone)
  266. The Captive (Director: Atom Egoyan)
  267. The Connection (Director: Cédric Jimenez)
  268. The Dark Horse (Director: James Napier Robertson)
  269. The Dead Lands (Director: Toa Fraser)
  270. The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them (Director: Ned Benson)
  271. The Drop (Director: Michaël R. Roskam)
  272. The End Of Something (Director: Colin Rivera)
  273. The Equalizer (Director: Antoine Fuqua)
  274. The Forger (Director: Philip Martin)
  275. The Four 3 (Director: Gordon Chan)
  276. The Gambler (Director: Rupert Wyatt)
  277. The Giver (Director: Phillip Noyce)
  278. The Grand Budapest Hotel (Director: Wes Anderson)
  279. The Guest (Director: Adam Wingard)
  280. The Homesman (Director: Tommy Lee Jones)
  281. The Humbling (Director: Barry Levinson)
  282. The Hungover Games (Director: Josh Stolberg)
  283. The Interview (Directors: Evan Goldberg + Seth Rogen)
  284. The Judge (Director: David Dobkin)
  285. The Keeping Room (Director: Daniel Barber)
  286. The Last Diamond (137 Karat) (Director: Eric Barbier)
  287. The Living (Director: Jack Bryan)
  288. The Loft (Director: Erik Van Looy)
  289. The Lost Legion (Director: David Kocar + Petr Kubik)
  290. The M Word (Director: Henry Jaglom)
  291. The New Girlfriend (Director: François Ozon)
  292. The November Man (Director: Roger Donaldson)
  293. The One I Love (Director: Charlie McDowell)
  294. The Popcorn Chronicles (Director: Emilio Portes)
  295. The Possession Of Michael King (Director: David Jung)
  296. The Prince (Director: Brian A. Miller)
  297. The Purge: Anarchy (Director: James DeMonaco)
  298. The Pyramid (Director: Grégory Levasseu)
  299. The Raid II (Director: Gareth Evans)
  300. The Reckoning (Director: John V. Soto)
  301. The Riot Club (Director: Lone Scherfig)
  302. The Road Within (Director: Gren Wells)
  303. The Rover (Director: David Michôd)
  304. The Salvation (Director: Kristian Levring)
  305. The Scribbler (Director: John Suits)
  306. The Silent Storm (Director: Corinna McFarlane)
  307. The Skeleton Twins (Director Craig Johnson)
  308. The Sound And The Shadow (Director: Justin Paul Miller)
  309. The Suicide Theory (Director: Dru Brown)
  310. The Taking Of Deborah Logan (Director: Adam Robitel)
  311. The Target (Director: Chang)
  312. The Town That Dreaded Sundown (Director: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon)
  313. The Toy Soldiers (Director: Erik Peter Carlson)
  314. The Voices (Director: Marjane Satrapi)
  315. The Water Diviner (Director: Russell Crowe)
  316. The Young Kieslowski (Director: Kerem Sanga)
  317. They Came Together (Director: David Wain)
  318. They Exist (Director: BuAli Shah)
  319. This Is Where I Leave You (Director: Shawn Levy)
  320. Throwdown (Director: Timothy Woodward, Jr.)
  321. Top Five (Director: Chris Rock)
  322. Trash (Directors: Stephen Daldry + Christian Duurvoort)
  323. Tusk (Director: Kevin Smith)
  324. Two Men I Town (Director: Rachid Bouchareb)
  325. Two Night Stand (Director: Max Nichols)
  326. Two-Bit Waltz (Director: Clara Mamet)
  327. Unfriended (Director: Levan Gabriadze)
  328. Unsullied (Director: Simeon Rice)
  329. V/H/S Viral (Directors: Justin Benson, Gregg Bishop, Todd Lincoln, Aaron Moorhead, Marcel Sarmiento + Nacho Vigalondo)
  330. Walk Of Shame (Director: Steven Brill)
  331. Warrior Princess (Director: Shuuertsetseg Baatarsuren)
  332. We’ll Never Have Paris (Directors: Simon Helberg + Jocelyn Towne)
  333. Welcome To Me (Director: Shira Piven)
  334. Welcome To New York (Director: Abel Ferrara)
  335. What We Do In The Shadows (Directors: Jemaine Clement + Taika Waititi)
  336. Wheels (Directors: Tim Gagliardo + Donavon Warren)
  337. While We’re Young (Director: Noah Baumbach)
  338. Whiplash (Director: Damien Chazelle)
  339. White Bird In A Blizzard (Director: Gregg Araki)
  340. White God (Director: Kornél Mundruczó)
  341. Wild (Director: Jean-Marc Vallée)
  342. Wild Tales (Director: Damián Szifron)
  343. Wish I Was Here (Director: Zach Braff)
  344. Wolves (Director: David Hayter)
  345. Wrong Turn VI: Last Resort (Director: Valeri Milev)
  346. You’re Not You (Director: George C. Wolfe)
  347. Young Ones (Director: Jake Paltrow)
  348. Yves Saint Laurent (Director: Jalil Lespert)
  349. Zarra’s Law (Director: Juha Wuolijoki)
  350. Zombeavers (Director: Jordan Rubin)
  1. Lucky Bastard (Director: Robert Nathan)
  2. Swearnet: The Movie (Director: Warren P. Sonoda)
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2017.06.15 06:48 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2007 (out of the 5,337 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. Care Bears: Oopsy Does It! (Director: Davis Doi)
  2. Continental, un film sans fusil (Director: Stéphane Lafleur)
  3. Her Best Move (Director: Norm Hunter)
  4. Meet The Robinsons (Director: Stephen j. Anderson)
  5. Moondance Alexander (Director: Michael Damian)
  6. Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium (Director: Zach Helm)
  7. Ratatouille (Directors: Brad Bird + Jan Pinkava)
  8. The Fox + The Child (Director: Luc Jacquet)
  9. The Secret Of The Magic Gourd (Director: Frankie Chung)
  10. Where Is Winky’s Horse (Director: Mischa Kamp)
  1. A Plumm Summer (Director: Caroline Zelder)
  2. Alvin + The Chipmunks (Director: Tim Hill)
  3. Americanizing Shelley (Director: Lorraine Senna)
  4. Are We Done Yet? (Director: Steve Carr)
  5. August Rush (Director: Kirsten Sheridan)
  6. Battle For Terra (Director: Aristomenis Tsirbas)
  7. Beauty and the Beast: A Latter-Day Tale (Directors: B.J. Alexander + Brian Brough)
  8. Becoming Jane (Director: Julian Jarrold)
  9. Bee Movie (Directors: Steve Hickner + Simon J. Smith)
  10. Believe (Director: Loki Mulholland)
  11. Bratz (Director: Sean McNamara)
  12. Bride + Doom (Director: Michael S. Lucas)
  13. Bridge To Terabithia (Director: Gabor Csupo)
  14. California Dreaming (Director: Linda Voorhees)
  15. Caramel (Director: Nadine Labaki)
  16. Christmas Story (Director: Juha Wuolijoki)
  17. Christmas In Wonderland (Director: James Orr)
  18. Closing Escrow (Directors: Armen Kaprelian + Kent Llewellyn)
  19. Daddy Day Camp (Director: Fred Savage)
  20. Death Defying Acts (Director: Gillian Armstrong)
  21. Donkey Xote (Donkey X) (Director: Jose Pozo)
  22. El viaje de la nonna (Director: Batan Silva)
  23. Elf Bowling the Movie: The Great North Pole Elf Strike (Directors: Dave Kim + Rex Piano)
  24. Enchanted (Director: Kevin Lima)
  25. Evan Almighty (Director: Tom Shadyac)
  26. Fantastic 4: Rise Of The Silver Surfer (Director: Tim Story)
  27. Finding Rin Tin Tin (Director: Danny Lerner)
  28. Firehouse Dog (Director: Todd Holland)
  29. Fishtales (Director: Alki David)
  30. Frank (Director: Douglas Cheney)
  31. Fred Claus (Director: David Dobkin)
  32. Hairspray (Director: Adam Shankman)
  33. Heber Holiday (Director: McKay Daines)
  34. Inside The Locket (Director: Daniel Tadin)
  35. La leyenda de la Nahuala (Director: Ricardo Arnaiz)
  36. La vida por un rato de placer (Director: Emilio Vega)
  37. Like Stars On Earth (Director: Aamir Khan + Amole Gupte)
  38. Martian Child (Director: Menno Meyjes)
  39. Mr. Bean’s Holiday (Director: Steve Bendelack)
  40. Mug Travel (Director: Lim Ah-ron)
  41. Nancy Drew (Director: Andrew Fleming)
  42. National Treasure: Book Of Secrets (Director: Jon Turteltaub)
  43. No Reservations (Director: Scott Hicks)
  44. Noëlle (Director: David Wall)
  45. Owl + The Sparrow (Director: Stephane Gauger)
  46. Piccadilly Cowboy (Director: Tyler Ford)
  47. Pride (Director: Sunu Gonera)
  48. Randy + The Mob (Director: Ray McKinnon)
  49. Razzle Dazzle (Director: Darren Ashton)
  50. Saawariya (Director: Sanjay Leela Bhansali)
  51. Sarah Landon and the Paranormal Hour (Director: Lisa Comrie)
  52. Saving Sarah Cain (Director: Michael Landon, Jr.)
  53. Shrek The Third (Directors: Chris Miller + Raman Hui)
  54. Simple Things (Director: Andrew C. Erin)
  55. Surf’s Up (Director: Ash Brannon + Chris Buck)
  56. TMNT (Director: Kevin Munroe)
  57. Taking 5 (Director: Andrew Waller)
  58. The 11th Hour (Director: Zelalem Woldemariam)
  59. The Bracelet Of Bordeaux (Director: Casey Kelly)
  60. The Dance (Director: McKay Daines)
  61. The Game Plan (Director: Andy Fickman)
  62. The Haunting Of Marsten Manor (Director: Dave Sapp)
  63. The Last Mimzy (Director: Robert Shaye)
  64. The List (Director: Gary Wheeler)
  65. The Perfect Holiday (Director: Lance Rivera)
  66. The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising (Director: David L. Cunningham)
  67. The Ten Commandments (Directors: Bill Boyce + John Stronach)
  68. The Three Investigators and the Secret of Skeleton Island (Director: Florian Baxmeyer)
  69. The Water Horse (Director: Jay Russell)
  70. Turn Around (Director: Brian Brough)
  71. Uncle P (Director: Bernard Gourley)
  72. Underdog (Director: Frederik Du Chau)
  73. Veritas, Prince Of Truth (Director: Arturo Ruiz-Esparza)
  74. Welcome To Paradise (Director: Brent Huff)
  75. White Air (Director: U. Wolfgang Wagenknecht)
  1. 12 (Director: Nikita Mikhalkov)
  2. 1408 (Director: Mikael Håfström)
  3. 1971 (Director: Amrit Sagar)
  4. 48 Angels (Director: Marion Comer)
  5. A Dance For Bethany (Director: Brian Gurley)
  6. Aberration (Director: Douglas Elford-Argent)
  7. Across The Universe (Director: Julie Taymor)
  8. Adventures Of Johnny Tao (Director: Kenn Scott)
  9. Amexicano (Director: Matthew Bonifacio)
  10. Appleseed Ex Machina (Director: Shinji Aramaki)
  11. Arnolds Park (Director: Gene Teigland)
  12. Attack Of The Gryphon (Director: Andrew Prowse)
  13. August Evening (Director: Chris Eska)
  14. Bagboy (National Lampoon’s) (Director: Mort Nathan)
  15. Balls Of Fury (Director: Robert Ben Garant)
  16. Be My Baby (Director: Bryce Olson)
  17. Because I Said So (Director: Michael Lehmann)
  18. Before The Rains (Director: Santosh Sivan)
  19. Beowulf (Director: Robert Zemeckis)
  20. Bheja Fry (Director: Sagar Ballary)
  21. Big Man Japan (Director: Hitoshi Matsumoto)
  22. Blackwater (Directors: Bill Rogers, Bill Schreiber + R. Douglas Zipperer)
  23. Blades Of Glory (Directors: Josh Gordon + Will Speck)
  24. Blonde Ambition (Director: Scott Marshall)
  25. Blonde + Blonder (Director: Dean Hamilton)
  26. Blood + Chocolate (Director: Katja von Garnier)
  27. Boxboarders! (Director: Rob Hedden)
  28. Breach (Director: Billy Ray)
  29. Breakfast With Scot (Director: Laurie Lynd)
  30. Brick Lane (Director: Sarah Gavron)
  31. Broken English (Director: Zoe R. Cassavetes)
  32. Cassandra’s Dream (Director: Woody Allen)
  33. Code Name: The Cleaner (Director: Les Mayfield)
  34. Cosmic Radio (Director: Stephen Savage)
  35. Cover (Director: Bill Duke)
  36. Daddy’s Little Girls (Director: Tyler Perry)
  37. Dan In Real Life (Director: Peter Hedges)
  38. December Boys (Director: Rod Hardy)
  39. Delta Farce (Director: C.B. Harding)
  40. Disturbia (Director: D.J. Caruso)
  41. Dragon Wars: D-War (Director: Hyung-rae Shim)
  42. Elizabeth (Director: Shekhar Kapur)
  43. Elvis + Anabelle (Director: Will Geiger)
  44. Emotional Arithmetic (Director: Paolo Barzman)
  45. Epic Movie (Directors: Jason Friedberg + Aaron Seltzer)
  46. Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone (Directors: Masayuki, Kazuya Tsurumaki + Hideaki Anno)
  47. Evening (Director: Lajos Koltai)
  48. Feel The Noise (Director: Alejandro Chomski)
  49. First Born (Director: Isaac Webb)
  50. First Night Out (Director: Kurt Struss)
  51. Flawless (Director: Michael Radford)
  52. Freedom Writers (Director: Richard LaGravenese)
  53. Full Of It (Director: Christian Charles)
  54. Furry Hamsters From Hell (Director: Robert Thayer)
  55. Ghost Image (Director: Jack Snyder)
  56. Ghost Rider (Director: Mark Steven Johnson)
  57. Goal II: Living The Dream (Director: Jaume Collet-Serra)
  58. Grace Is Gone (Director: Jim Strouse)
  59. Gracie (Director: Davis Guggenheim)
  60. Happy Valley (Director: Tina Murgas)
  61. Harry Potter + The Order OF The Phoenix (Director: David yates)
  62. Harvest Of Redemption (Director: Javier Chapa)
  63. Honeydripper (Director: John Sayles)
  64. Hot Rod (Director: Akiva Schaffer)
  65. How She Move (Director: Ian Iqbal Rashid)
  66. Humble Pie (Director: Chris Bowman)
  67. I Am Legend (Director: Francis Lawrence)
  68. I Could Never Be Your Woman (Director: Amy Heckerling)
  69. I Now Pronounce You Chuck + Larry (Director: Dennis Dugan)
  70. Imprint (Director: Michael Linn)
  71. In The Land Of Women (Director: Jon Kasdan)
  72. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale (Director: Uwe Boll)
  73. Juno (Director: Jason Reitman)
  74. Kabluey (Director: Scott Prendergast)
  75. Kickin’ It Old Skool (Director: Harvey Glazer)
  76. King Of California (Director: Mike Cahill)
  77. La Vie en Rose (Director: Olivier Dahan)
  78. Ladrón que roba a ladrón (Director: Joe Menendez)
  79. Lars + The Real Girl (Director: Craig Gillespie)
  80. License To Wed (Director: Ken Kwapis)
  81. Limbo (Director: Mitch Temple)
  82. Live Free Or Die Hard (Director: Len Wiseman)
  83. Love + Honor (Director: Dwight Brooks)
  84. Love + Mary (Director: Elizabeth Harrison)
  85. Lucky You (Director: Curtis Hanson)
  86. Mama’s Boy (Director: Tim Hamilton)
  87. Man In The Chair (Director: Michael Schroeder)
  88. Manuela + Manuel (Director: Raúl Marchand Sánchez)
  89. Marigold (Director: Willard Carroll)
  90. Married Life (Director: Ira Sachs)
  91. Molière (Director: Laurent Tirard)
  92. Moola (Director: Don Most)
  93. Moving McAllister (Director: Andrew Black)
  94. Mr. Art Critic (Director: Richard Brauer)
  95. Mr. Woodcock (Director: Craig Gillespie)
  96. Music + Lyrics (Director: Marc Lawrence)
  97. My Blueberry Nights (Director: Kar-Wai Wong)
  98. Natalie (Directors: Dane DeFea + Michael DiGiorgio, Jr.)
  99. Netherbeast Incorporated (Director: Dean Matthew Ronalds)
  100. Next (Director: Lee Tamahori)
  101. Nina + The Mystery Of The Secret Room (Director: Stephen Eckelberry)
  102. Norbit (Director: Brian Robbins)
  103. O’Horten (Director: Bent Hamer)
  104. Ocean’s Thirteen (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  105. Om Shanti Om (Director: Farah Khan)
  106. One Piece: Episode of Alabaster - Sabaku no Ojou to Kaizoku Tachi (Director: Takahiro Imamura)
  107. P.S. I Love You (Director: Richard LaGravenese)
  108. Pain Within (Director: Rawn Hutchinson)
  109. Palo Alto, CA (Director: Brad Leong)
  110. Passage To Zarahemla (Director: Chris Heimerdinger)
  111. Persepolis (Directors: Vincent Paronnaud + Marjane Satrapi)
  112. Ping Pong Playa (Director: Jessica Yu)
  113. Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World’s End (Director: Gore Verbinski)
  114. Premonition (Director: Mennan Yapo)
  115. Quemar las naves (Director: Francisco Franco Alba)
  116. Rails + Ties (Director: Alison Eastwood)
  117. Redline (Director: Andy Cheng)
  118. Resurrecting The Champ (Director: Rod Lurie)
  119. Roses Of April (Director: Claudia Damasceno)
  120. Rush Hour III (Director: Brett Ratner)
  121. Shiloh Falls (Director: Adrian Fulle)
  122. Shotgun Stories (Director: Jeff Nichols)
  123. Solitaire (Director: Evan Atwood)
  124. Son Of Rambow (Director: Garth Jennings)
  125. Spider-Man 3 (Director: Sam Raimi)
  126. Spiral (Directors: Adam Green + Joel David Moore)
  127. St. Trinian’s (Directors: Oliver Parker + Barnaby Thompson)
  128. Stardust (Director: Matthew Vaughn)
  129. Starting Out In The Evening (Director: Andrew Wagner)
  130. Starting From Scratch (Director: Tha Voyce)
  131. Still Small Voices (Director: Mario Azzopardi)
  132. Stomp The Yard (Director: Sylvain White)
  133. Suburban Girl (Director: Marc Klein)
  134. Sydney White (Director: Joe Nussbaum)
  135. The Baker (Director: Gareth Lewis)
  136. The Band’s Visit (Director: Eran Kolirin)
  137. The Bourne Ultimatum (Director: Paul Greengrass)
  138. The Bucket List (Director: Rob Reiner)
  139. The Comebacks (Director: Tom Brady)
  140. The Dead One (Director: Brian Cox)
  141. The Diving Bell + The Butterfly (Director: Julian Schnabel)
  142. The Dukes (Director: Robert Davi)
  143. The Fall Of Night (Director: Derrick Warfel)
  144. The Final Season (Director: David M. Evans)
  145. The Gentleman (Director: Joe Valenti)
  146. The Golden Compass (Director: Chris Weitz)
  147. The Great Debaters (Director: Denzel Washington)
  148. The Invasion (Directors: Oliver Hirschbiegel + James McTeigue)
  149. The Invisible (Director: David S. Goyer)
  150. The Jane Austen Book Club (Director: Robin Swicord)
  151. The Kite Runner (Director: Marc Forster)
  152. The Last Legion (Director: Doug Lefler)
  153. The Last Sin Eater (Director: Michael Landon, Jr.)
  154. The List (Director: Brandon Sonnier)
  155. The Living Wake (Director: Sol Tryon)
  156. The Messengers (Directors: Danny Pang + Oxide Chun Pang)
  157. The Nanny Diaries (Directors: Shari Springer Berman + Robert Pulcini)
  158. The Neighbor (Director: Eddie O’Flaherty)
  159. The Riddle (Director: Brendan Foley)
  160. The Simpsons Movie (Director: David Silverman)
  161. The Speed Track (Director: Jayasurya)
  162. The Unknown Trilogy (Directors: Brian Cavallaro + Sal Mazzotta)
  163. The Visitor (Director: Tim McCarthy)
  164. The World Unseen (Director: Shamim Sarif)
  165. This Christmas (Director: Preston A. Whitmore II)
  166. Three Days To Vegas (Director: Charlie Picerni)
  167. Tijuana Makes Me Happy (Director: Dylan Verrechia)
  168. Tortilla Heaven (Director: Judy Hecht Dumontet)
  169. Transformers (Director: Michael Bay)
  170. Treasure Raiders (Director: Brent Huff)
  171. Vegas Background (Director: Jackamoe Buzzell)
  172. Vexille (Director: Fumihiko Sori)
  173. Waitress (Director: Adrienne Shelly)
  174. War Eagle, Arkansas (Director: Robert Milazzo)
  175. When Did You Last See Your Father? (Director: Anand Tucker)
  176. When Nietzsche Wept (Director: Pinchas Perry)
  177. White Noise II: The Light (Director: Patrick Lussier)
  178. Who’s Your Caddy? (Director: Don Michael Paul)
  179. Why Did I Get Married? (Director: Tyler Perry)
  180. Wild Hogs (Director: Walt Becker)
  181. Year Of The Dog (Director: Mike White)
  1. 2 Days In Paris (Director: Julie Delpy)
  2. 28 Weeks Later... (Director: Juan Carlos Fresnadillo)
  3. 30 Days Of Night (Director: David Slade)
  4. 3:10 To Yuma (Director: James Mangold)
  5. 7 Colombian Kilos (Director: Zeke Gonzales)
  6. 88 Minutes (Director: Jon Avnet)
  7. A Mighty Heart (Director: Michael Winterbottom)
  8. A Poor Kid’s Guide To Success (Director: Thomas Dagnino)
  9. Adrift In Manhattan (Director: Alfredo Rodriguez de Villa)
  10. Afghan Nights (Director: Allan Harmon)
  11. Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem (Directors: Colin Strause + Greg Strause)
  12. All Hat (Director: Leonard Farlinger)
  13. Along The Way (Director: Andrew Bowen)
  14. Already Dead (Director: Joe Otting)
  15. American Gangster (Director: Ridley Scott)
  16. American Loser (Director: Tod Harrison Williams)
  17. An American Crime (Director: Tommy O’Haver)
  18. Anamorph (Director: Henry Miller)
  19. Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters (Directors: Matt Maiellaro + Dave Willis)
  20. Artifacts (Directors: Giles Daoust + Emmanuel Jespers)
  21. Assassins’ Reunion (Director: Daniel Gaffouri)
  22. Atonement (Director: Joe Wright)
  23. Awake (Director: Joby Harold)
  24. Bad Girl Island (Director: Stewart Raffill)
  25. Bad Girls (Director: Fernando Sariñana)
  26. Badland (Director: Francesco Lucente)
  27. Battle For Haditha (Director: Nick Broomfield)
  28. Battle In Seattle (Director: Stuart Townsend)
  29. Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead (Director: Sidney Lumet)
  30. Beneath (Director: Dagen Merrill)
  31. Big Stan (Director: Rob Schneider)
  32. Bird In A Glass House (Director: Hannah Dennis)
  33. Black Irish (Director: Brad Gann)
  34. Black Water (Directors: David Nerlich + Andrew Traucki)
  35. Blind Eye (Director: Mark McNabb)
  36. Blood Brothers (Director: Alexi Tan)
  37. Blue Lake Butcher (Director: Michael Saquella)
  38. Blue State (Director: Marshall Lewy)
  39. Boarding Gate (Director: Olivier Assayas)
  40. Body Armour (Director: Gerry Lively)
  41. Bone Dry (Director: Brett A. Hart)
  42. Borderland (Director: Zev Berman)
  43. Born (Director: Richard Friedman)
  44. Boy A (Director: John Crowley)
  45. Broken Arrows (Director: Reid Gershbein)
  46. Brooklyn Rules (Director: Michael Corrente)
  47. Brotherhood Of Blood (Directors: Michael Roesch + Peter Scheerer)
  48. Brothers Three: An American Gothic (Director: Paul Kampf)
  49. Brutal Massacre: A Comedy (Director: Stevan Mena)
  50. Bunny Whipped (Director: Rafael Riera)
  51. Captivity (Director: Roland Joffé)
  52. Careless (Director: Peter Spears)
  53. Carnivorous (Director: Drew Maxwell)
  54. Catacombs (Directors: Tomm Coker + David Elliot)
  55. Cañitas. Presencia (Director: Julio Cesar Estrada)
  56. Chapter 27 (Director: J.P. Schaefer)
  57. Charlie Bartlett (Director: Jon Poll)
  58. Charlie Wilson’s War (Director: Mike Nichols)
  59. Chasing Robert (Director: Len Austrevich)
  60. Cherry Crush (Director: Nicholas DiBella)
  61. City Of Men (Director: Paulo Morelli)
  62. Cleaner (Director: Renny Harlin)
  63. Closing The Ring (Director: Richard Attenborough)
  64. Closure (Director: Dan Reed)
  65. Complete Map Of The Universe (Director: Nick Peterson)
  66. Control (Director: Anton Corbijn)
  67. Cook-Off! (Director: Guy Shalem)
  68. Cougar Club (Director: Christopher Duddy)
  69. Crashing (Director: Gary Walkow)
  70. Cthulhu (Director: Dan Gildark)
  71. Cuando las cosas suceden (Director: Antonio Peláez)
  72. Curse Of Alcatraz (Director: Daniel Zirilli)
  73. Dark Matter (Director: Shi-Zheng Chen)
  74. Day Zero (Director: Bryan Gunnar Cole)
  75. Days Of Darkness (Director: Jake Kennedy)
  76. Dead Silence (Director: James Wan)
  77. Dead Tone (Directors: Brian Hooks + Deon Taylor)
  78. Dead Wood (Directors: David Bryant, Sebastian Smith + Richard Stiles)
  79. Death Sentence (Director: James Wan)
  80. Death At A Funeral (Director: Frank Oz)
  81. Dedication (Director: Justin Theroux)
  82. Descent (Director: Talia Lugacy)
  83. Desperate Escape (Director: Ray Brown)
  84. Diamond Dogs (Directors: Shimon Dotan + Dolph Lundgren)
  85. Diary Of The Dead (Director: George A. Romero)
  86. Dos abrazos (Director: Enrique Begné)
  87. Dreaming Of Society (Director: Andreas G. Andreou)
  88. Drive Thru (Directors: Brendan Cowles + Shane Kuhn)
  89. Eagle vs. Shark (Director: Taika Waititi)
  90. Eastern Promises (Director: David Cronenberg)
  91. Eden Log (Director: Franck Vestiel)
  92. El rey de la montaña (Director: Gonzalo López-Gallego)
  93. El último justo (Director: Manuel Carballo)
  94. Elite Squad (Director: José Padilha)
  95. Everybody Wants To Be Italian (Director: Jason Todd Ipson)
  96. Expired (Director: Cecilia Miniucchi)
  97. Ext: Hair Extensions (Director: Sion Sono)
  98. Fall Down Dead (Director: Jon Keeyes)
  99. Far North (Director: Asif Kapadia)
  100. Feast Of Love (Director: Robert Benton)
  101. Fighting Words (Director: E. Paul Edwards)
  102. Fighting With Anger (Director: Sam Um)
  103. Fist Of The Warrior (Director: Wayne Kennedy)
  104. Flash Point (Director: Wilson Yip)
  105. For Pete’s Wake! (Directors: James Alario + Robin Atkin Downes)
  106. Forest OF Death (Director: Danny Pang)
  107. Forfeit (Director: Andrea Shea)
  108. Four Sheets To The Wind (Director: Sterlin Harjo)
  109. Fracture (Director: Gregory Hoblit)
  110. Frayed (Directors: Norbert Caoili + Rob Portmann)
  111. Fugitive Pieces (Director: Jeremy Podeswa)
  112. Full Circle (Director: June Daguiso)
  113. Funny Games (Director: Michael Haneke)
  114. G.P.S. (Director: Eric Colley)
  115. Game Of Life (Director: Joseph Merhi)
  116. Gangsta Rap: The Glockumentary (Director: Coke Daniels)
  117. Gardener Of Evil (Director: Kevin Connolly)
  118. Genghis Khan: To The Ends Of The Earth + Sea (Director: Shin'ichirô Sawai)
  119. Georgia Rule (Director: Garry Marshall)
  120. Ghost Town: The Movie (Directors: Jeff Kennedy + Dean Teaster(
  121. Gone Baby Gone (Director: Ben Affleck)
  122. Good Luck Chuck (Director: Mark Helfrich)
  123. Great World Of Sound (Director: Craig Zobel)
  124. Greetings From The Shore (Director: Greg Chwerchak)
  125. Grindhouse (Directors: Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino, Eli Roth, Edgar Wright, + Rob Zombie)
  126. Guantanamero (Director: Vicente Peñarrocha)
  127. Hacia la oscuridad (Director: Antonio Negret)
  128. Hack! (Director: Matt Flynn)
  129. Hallam Foe (Director: David Mackenzie)
  130. Halloween (Director: Rob Zombie)
  131. Hannibal Rising (Director: Peter Webber)
  132. Hasta el viento tiene miedo (Director: Gustavo Moheno)
  133. Haunted Forest (Director: Mauro Borrelli)
  134. Headless Horseman (Director: Anthony C. Ferrante)
  135. Heavy Petting (Director: Marcel Sarmiento)
  136. Hitman (Director: Xavier Gens)
  137. Holding Trever (Director: Rosser Goodman)
  138. Home Of The Giants (Director: Rusty Gorman)
  139. Homo Erectus (Director: Adam Rifkin)
  140. Hostel, Part II (Director: Eli Roth)
  141. Hot Fuzz (Director: Edgar Wright)
  142. Hounddog (Director: Deborah Kampmeier)
  143. I Do + I Don’t (Director: Steve Blair)
  144. I Know Who Killed Me (Director: Chris Sivertson)
  145. I Think I Love My Wife (Director: Chris Rock)
  146. I Want Candy (Director: Stephen Surjik)
  147. I’m Not There (Director: Todd Haynes)
  148. I'm Through with White Girls (The Inevitable Undoing of Jay Brooks) (Director: Jennifer Sharp)
  149. Identity Theft (Director: Alfredo Rates)
  150. If I Had Know I Was A Genius (Director: Dominque Wirtschafter)
  151. Illegal Aliens (Director: David Giancola)
  152. Illegal Tender (Director: Franc. Reyes)
  153. In the Valley of Elah (Director: Paul Haggis)
  154. Inside (Director: Alexandre Bustillo + Julien Maury)
  155. Interview (Director: Steve Buscemi)
  156. Into The Wild (Director: Sean Penn)
  157. Introducing The Dwights (Director: Cherie Nowlan)
  158. Invisible Target (Director: Benny Chan)
  159. Irina Palm (Director: Sam Garbarski)
  160. J-ok’el (Director: Benjamin Williams)
  161. Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer (Director: Jon Knautz)
  162. Jessie + Jill (Director: Dakkan Abbe)
  163. Joshua (Director: George Ratliff)
  164. Jump Offs (Director: Derrick Simmons)
  165. Juncture (Director: James Seale)
  166. Kaw (Director: Sheldon Wilson)
  167. Kill Buljo: The Movie (Director: Tommy Wirkola)
  168. Kiss The Bride (Director: C. Jay Cox)
  169. Knocked Up (Director: Judd Apatow)
  170. Kush (Director: York Alec Shackleton)
  171. L.A.A.P Presents Family Values (Director: Derek D. Dow)
  172. L.A. Blues (Director: Ian Gurvitz)
  173. Lake Dead (Director: George Bessudo)
  174. Left For Dead (Director: Christopher Harrison)
  175. Left For Dead (Director: Albert Pyun)
  176. Leningrad (Director: Aleksandr Buravskiy)
  177. Life Goes On (Director: Brian Lawrence)
  178. Lions For Lambs (Director: Robert Redford)
  179. Live! (Director: Bill Guttentag)
  180. Lone Star Blues (Director: JD Sitter)
  181. Look (Director: Adam Rifkin)
  182. Love In The Time Of Cholera (Director: Mike Newell)
  183. Love...And Other Four Letter Words (Director: Steven Ayromlooi)
  184. Loveless In Los Angeles (Director: Archie Gips)
  185. Lovesickness (Directors: Carlitos Ruiz Ruiz + Mariem Pérez Riera)
  186. Machine (Director: Michael Lazar)
  187. Margot At The Wedding (Director: Noah Baumbach)
  188. Meet Bill (Directors: Bernie Goldmann + Melisa Wallack)
  189. Metamorphosis (Director: Jenö Hodi)
  190. Mexican Sunrise (Director: Rowdy Stovall)
  191. Michael Clayton (Director: Tony Gilroy)
  192. Millennium Crisis (Director: Andrew Bellware)
  193. Mirageman (Director: Ernesto Diaz Espinoza)
  194. Missionary Man (Director: Dolph Lundgren)
  195. Money (Director: San Banarje)
  196. Mongol: The Rise Of Genghis Khan (Director: Sergei Bodrov)
  197. Moscow Chill (Director: Chris Solimine)
  198. Mosquita muerta (Director: Joaquin Bissner)
  199. Mother Of Tears (Director: Dario Argento)
  200. Mr. Brooks (Director: Bruce A. Evans)
  201. Muay Thai Fighter (Director: Kongkiat Khormsiri)
  202. Murderess (Director: Scott Coblio)
  203. Music Within (Director: Steven Sawalich)
  204. My Brother Is An Only Child (Director: Daniele Luchetti)
  205. My Daughter, My Angel (Director: Alexis Durand-Brault)
  206. My Name Is Bruce (Director: Bruce Campbell)
  207. My Sexiest Year (Director: Howard Himelstein)
  208. Nailed (Director: Gabriel Dowrick)
  209. Naked Fear (Director: Thom Eberhardt)
  210. Nanking (Directors: Bill Guttentag + Dan Sturman)
  211. Natasha (Director: Jag Mundhra)
  212. Never Forever (Director: Gina Kim)
  213. New York City Serenade (Director: Frank Whaley)
  214. Night Junkies (Director: Lawrence Pearce)
  215. Night Skies (Director: Roy Knyrim)
  216. Nightmare City 2035 (Director: Terence H. Winkless)
  217. Nightwatching (Director: Peter Greenaway)
  218. Nitro (Director: Alain Desrochers)
  219. No Country For Old Men (Director: Joel Coen)
  220. Nobel Son (Director: Randall Miller)
  221. Normal (Director: Carl Bessai)
  222. Normal Adolescent Behavior (Director: Beth Schacter)
  223. Numb (Director: Harris Goldberg)
  224. Nympha (Director: Ivan Zuccon)
  225. Octane (Director: Mark Jay)
  226. Once (Director: John Carney)
  227. Opapatika (Director: Thanakorn Pongsuwan)
  228. Outlaw (Director: Nick Love)
  229. P.O.E. (Directors: Damon Diddit + Natural Langdon)
  230. P2 (Director: Franck Khalfoun)
  231. Paranoid Park (Director: Gus Van Sant)
  232. Paranormal Activity (Director: Oren Peli)
  233. Partition (Director: Vic Sarin)
  234. Pathfinder (Director: Marcus Nispel)
  235. Payback (Director: Eric Norris)
  236. Perfect Stranger (Director: James Foley)
  237. Pigs (Director: Karl DiPelino)
  238. Poor Boy’s Game (Director: Clement Virgo)
  239. Postal (Director: Uwe Boll)
  240. Pretty Cool Too (Director: Rolfe Kanefsky)
  241. Primal (Director: Steffen Schlachtenhaufen)
  242. Primeval (Director: Michael Katleman)
  243. Prism (Director: David G. Simmons)
  244. Protégé (Director: Tung-Shing Yee)
  245. Psycho Ward (Director: Patrick McBrearty)
  246. Puffball: The Devils Eyeball (Director: Nicolas Roeg)
  247. Raiders Of The Damned (Director: Milko Davis)
  248. [rec.] (Directors: Jaume Balagueró + Paco Plaza)
  249. Redacted (Director: Brian De Palma)
  250. Redrum (Director: Kenny Young)
  251. Reign Over Me (Director: Mike Binder)
  252. Remember The Daze (Director: Jess Manafort)
  253. Remnants (Director: George Hughes)
  254. Rendition (Director: Gavin Hood)
  255. Reno 911!: Miami (Director: Robert Ben Garant)
  256. Reservation Road: Terry George)
  257. Resident Evil: Extinction (Director: Russell Mulcahy)
  258. Ripple Effect (Director: Philippe Caland)
  259. Rise Of The Footsoldier (Director: Julian Gilbey)
  260. Rise: Blood Hunter (Director: Sebastian Gutierrez)
  261. Rockaway (Directors: Jeff Crook + Josh Crook)
  262. Rocket Science (Director: Jeffrey Blitz)
  263. Rogue (Director: Greg McLean)
  264. Roman de gare (Director: Claude Lelouch)
  265. Romulus, My Father (Director: Richard Roxburgh)
  266. Room 205 (Director: Martin Barnewitz)
  267. Run, Fatboy, Run (Director: David Schwimmer)
  268. Satanás (Director: Andrés Baiz)
  269. Saw IV (Director: Darren Lynn Bousman)
  270. Scar (Director: Jed Weintrob)
  271. Scorpion (Director: Julien Seri)
  272. Searchers 2.0 (Director: Alex Cox)
  273. September Dawn (Director: Christopher Cain)
  274. Sex + Breakfast (Director: Miles Brandman)
  275. Sex + Death 101 (Director: Daniel Waters)
  276. Shake Hands With The Devil (Director: Roger Spottiswoode)
  277. Shattered (Director: Mike Barker)
  278. Shelter (Director: Jonah Markowitz)
  279. Shoot ‘Em Up (Director: Michael Davis)
  280. Shoot On Sight (Director: Jag Mundhra)
  281. Shooter (Director: Antoine Fuqua)
  282. Showdown At Area 51 (Director: C. Roma)
  283. Silk (Director: François Girard)
  284. Sister’s Keeper (Director: Kent Faulcon)
  285. Skid Marks (Director: Karl Kozaz)
  286. Sleuth (Director: Kenneth Branagh)
  287. Slipstream (Director: Anthony Hopkins)
  288. Smiley Face (Director: Gregg Araki)
  289. Snow Angels (Director: David Gordon Green)
  290. South Of Pico (Director: Ernst Gossner)
  291. Speed Dating (Director: Tony Herbert)
  292. Speed Of Light (Director: Nick Peterson)
  293. Spiker (Director: Frank Zagarino)
  294. Spin (Director: Henry Pincus)
  295. Spin (Director: Dan Neira)
  296. Spinning Into Butter (Director: Mark Brokaw)
  297. Sportkill (Director: Craig McMahon)
  298. Spring 1941 (Director: Uri Barbash)
  299. Steel Toes (Directors: Mark Adam + David Gow)
  300. Steel Trap (Director: Luis Cámara)
  301. Stories USA (American Breakdown) (Directors: David Brooks, Paul Carafotes, M. Eastling, Tyrone Finch, Jeremy Hall, Gary Hawes + Erik MacArthur)
  302. Storm Warning (Director: Jamie Blanks)
  303. Strength + Honour (Director: Mark Mahon)
  304. Stuck (Director: Stuart Gordon)
  305. Sugarhouse (Director: Gary Love)
  306. Sukiyaki Western Django (Director: Takashi Miike)
  307. Sunshine (Director: Danny Boyle)
  308. Superbad (Director: Greg Mottola)
  309. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street (Director: Tim Burton)
  310. T.K.O. (Director: Declan Mulvey)
  311. Take (Director: Charles Oliver)
  312. Talk To Me (Director: Kasi Lemmons)
  313. Teeth (Director: Mitchell Lichtenstein)
  314. Ten Inch Hero (Director: David Mackay)
  315. The Air I Breathe (Director: Jieho Lee)
  316. The American StreetFighterz Trilogy Street Godz of War II (Director: David Daze)
  317. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (Director: Andrew Dominik)
  318. The Babysitters (Director: David Ross)
  319. The Black Pimpernel (Directors: Åsa Faringer + Ulf Hultberg)
  320. The Book Of Noah (Director: Drew Smith)
  321. The Box (Director: A.J. Kparr)
  322. The Brave One (Director: Neil Jordan)
  323. The Bros. (Director: Jonathan Figg)
  324. The Brothers Solomon (Director: Bob Odenkirk)
  325. The Cake Eaters (Director: Mary Stuart Masterson)
  326. The Cellar Door (Director: Matt Zettell)
  327. The Chair (Director: Brett Sullivan)
  328. The Color Of Freedom (Director: Bille August)
  329. The Condemned (Director: Scott Wiper)
  330. The Counterfeiters (Director: Stefan Ruzowitzky)
  331. The Cry (Director: Bernadine Santistevan)
  332. The Darjeeling Limited (Director: Wes Anderson)
  333. The Dead Time (Director: Martin Philip Stevens)
  334. The Death + Life Of Bobby Z (Director: John Herzfeld)
  335. The Deaths Of Ian Stone (Director: Dario Piana)
  336. The Education Of Charlie Banks (Director: Fred Durst)
  337. The Evil Woods (Director: Aaron Harvey)
  338. The Ferryman (Director: Chris Graham)
  339. The Fifth Patient (Director: Amir Mann)
  340. The Final Curtain (Director: Jeff Burton)
  341. The Flock (Director: Wai-Keung Lau)
  342. The Gene Generation (Director: Pearry Reginald Teo)
  343. The Girl Next Door (Director: Gregory M. Wilson)
  344. The Girl In The Park (Director: David Auburn)
  345. The Go-Getter (Director: Martin Hynes)
  346. The Good Life (Director: Stephen Berra)
  347. The Good Night (Director: Jake Paltrow)
  348. The Grand (Director: Zak Penn)
  349. The Gray Man (Director: Scott L. Flynn)
  350. The Hammer (Director: Charles Herman-Wurmfeld)
  351. The Heartbreak Kid (Directors: Bobby Farrelly + Peter Farrelly)
  352. The Hills Have Eyes II (Director: Martin Weisz)
  353. The Hitcher (Director: Dave Meyers)
  354. The Hunting Party (Director: Richard Shepard)
  355. The Killing Floor (Director: Gideon Raff)
  356. The Killing Gene (Director: Tom Shankland)
  357. The Kingdom (Director: Peter Berg)
  358. The Kite Flyer (Director: Sean Russell)
  359. The Last Sentinel (Director: Jesse V. Johnson)
  360. The Legend Of God’s Gun (Director: Mike Bruce)
  361. The Life Before Her Eyes (Director: Vadim Perelman)
  362. The Lookout (Director: Scott Frank)
  363. The Mark Of Cain (Director: Marc Munden)
  364. The Mist (Director: Frank Darabont)
  365. The Nines (Director: John August)
  366. The Number 23 (Director: Joel Schumacher)
  367. The Orphanage (Director: J. A. Bayona)
  368. The Parallel (Director: Jack Piandaryan)
  369. The Passage (Director: Mark Heller)
  370. The Poet (Director: Damian Lee)
  371. The Poughkeepsie Tapes (Director: John Erick Dowdle)
  372. The Rage (Director: Robert Kurtzman)
  373. The Reaping (Director: Stephen Hopkins)
  374. THe Rebel (Director: Charlie Nguyen)
  375. The Savages (Director: Tamara Jenkins)
  376. The Secret (Director: Vincent Perez)
  377. The Secrets (Director: Avi Nesher)
  378. The Shadow Within (Director: Silvana Zancolò)
  379. The Signal (Directors: David Bruckner, Dan Bush + Jacob Gentry)
  380. The Stone Angel (Director: Kari Skogland)
  381. The Substitute (Director: Ole Bornedal)
  382. The Take (Director: Brad Furman)
  383. The Tattooist (Director: Peter Burger)
  384. The Ten (Director: David Wain)
  385. The Tracey Fragments (Director: Bruce McDonald)
  386. The Ungodly (The Perfect Witness) (Director: Thomas Dunn)
  387. The Walker (Director: Paul Schrader)
  388. The Warlords (Directors: Peter Ho-Sun Chan + Wai Man Yip)
  389. The Wizard Of Gore (Director: Jeremy Kasten)
  390. The Wrath (Director: Julian Higgins)
  391. The Zone (Director: Rodrigo Plá)
  392. Then She Found Me (Director: Helen Hunt)
  393. There Will Be Blood (Director: Paul Thomas Anderson)
  394. They Wait (Director: Ernie Barbarash)
  395. Things We Lost In The Fire (Director: Susanne Bier)
  396. This Town (Director: Nick Marnos)
  397. Three Can Play That Game (Director: Samad Davis)
  398. Timber Falls (Director: Tony Giglio)
  399. Timecrimes (Director: Nacho Vigalondo)
  400. Tooth + Nail (Director: Mark Young)
  401. Torture Room (Director: Jim O’Rear)
  402. Towelhead (Director: Alan Ball)
  403. Trade (Director: Marco Kreuzpaintner)
  404. Triangle (Directors: Ringo Lam, Johnnie To + Hark Tsui)
  405. Trick ‘r Treat (Director: Michael Dougherty)
  406. Turn The River (Director: Chris Eigeman)
  407. Two Tigers (Director: Sandro Cecca)
  408. Undead Of Alive: A Zombedy (Director: Glasgow Philips)
  409. Under The Same Moon (Director: Patricia Riggen)
  410. Unearthed (Director: Matthew Leutwyler)
  411. Unspeakable (Director: Marquette Williams)
  412. Until Death (Director: Simon Fellows)
  413. Vacancy (Director: Nimród Antal)
  414. Virgin Territory (Director: David Leland)
  415. Visual Purple (Director: Rick Kingerski)
  416. Viva (Director: Anna Biller)
  417. Vivere (Director: Angelina Maccarone)
  418. Voices (Director: Ki-hwan Oh)
  419. Walk All Over Me (Director: Robert Cuffley)
  420. Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (Director: Jake Kasdan)
  421. War (Director: Philip G. Atwell)
  422. We Own The Night (Director: James Gray)
  423. Weirdsville (Director: Allan Moyle)
  424. What Love Is (Director: Mars Callahan)
  425. What We Do Is Secret (Director: Rodger Grossman)
  426. When A Man Falls (Director: Ryan Eslinger)
  427. Whisper (Director: Stewart Hendler)
  428. Who’s Your Monkey (Director: Todd Breau)
  429. Wind Chill (Director: Gregory Jacobs)
  430. World Wide Live (Director: Drew Stone)
  431. You Kill Me (Director: John Dahl)
  432. Youth Without You (Director: Francis Ford Coppola)
  433. Zodiac (Director: David Fincher)
  1. 100 Tears (Director: Marcus Koch)
  2. Frontier(s) (Director: Xavier Gens)
  3. Lust, Caution (Director: Ang Lee)
  4. The Night Buffalo (Director: Jorge Hernandez Aldana)
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2017.05.30 15:03 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 1991 (out of the 3,531 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. All I Want For Christmas (Director: Robert Lieberman)
  2. An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (Directors: Phil Nibbelink + Simon Wells)
  3. Beauty + The Beast (Director: Gray Trousdale + Kirk Wise)
  4. Cherokee (Director: Pascal Ortega)
  5. L'assassin jouait du trombone (Roger Cantin)
  6. Rock-A-Doodle (Director: Don Bluth, Gary Goldman + Dan Kuenster)
  7. Rover Dangerfield (Director: James L. George + Bob Seeley)
  8. The Pistol: The Birth Of A Legend (Director: Frank C. Schroeder)
  9. The Princess + The Goblin (Director: József Gémes)
  10. Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken (Director: Steve Miner)
  1. Adventures In Dinosaur City (Director: Brett Thompson)
  2. American Friends (Director Tristram Powell)
  3. And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird (Director: Tony Cookson)
  4. Bill + Ted’s Bogus Journey (Director: Peter Hewitt)
  5. Bingo (Director: Matthew Robbins)
  6. Born To Ride (Director: Graham Baker)
  7. Close To Eden (Director: Nikita Mikhalkov)
  8. Cool As Ice (Director: David Kellogg)
  9. Curly Sue (Director: John Hughes)
  10. December (Director: Gabe Torres)
  11. Defending Your Life (Director: Albert Brooks)
  12. Delirious (Director: Tom Mankiewicz)
  13. Dingo (Director: Rolf de Heer)
  14. Dream Machine (Director: Lyman Dayton)
  15. Driving Me Crazy (Director: Jon Turteltaub)
  16. Enchanted April (Director: Mike Newell)
  17. Ernest Scared Stupid (Director: John R. Cherry III)
  18. Father Of The Bride (Director: Charles Shyer)
  19. Hard Promises (Director: Martin Davidson)
  20. Harley (Director: Fred Holmes)
  21. High Strung (Director: Roger Nygard)
  22. Hook (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  23. Jacquot de Nantes (Director: Agnès Varda)
  24. King Ralph (Director: David S. Ward)
  25. Late For Dinner (Director: W.D. Richter)
  26. Little Man Tate (Director: Jodie Foster)
  27. Lucky Luke (Director: Terence Hill)
  28. Mannequin II: On The Move (Director: Stewart Raffill)
  29. Missing Pieces (Director: Leonard Stern)
  30. My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys (Director: Stuart Rosenberg)
  31. Only Yesterday (Director: Isao Takahata)
  32. Oscar (Director: John Landis)
  33. Pure Luck (Director: Nadio Tass)
  34. Raise The Red Lantern (Director: Yimou Zhang)
  35. Rhapsody In August (Director: Akira Kurosawa)
  36. Samantha (Director: Stephen La Rocque)
  37. Spirit Of The Eagle (Director: Boon Collins)
  38. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (Director: Nicholas Meyer)
  39. Stepping Out (Director: Lewis Gilbert)
  40. Suburban Commando (Director: Burt Kennedy)
  41. Sweet Talker (Director: Michael Jenkins)
  42. Talent For The Game (Director: Robert M. Young)
  43. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze (Director: Michael Pressman)
  44. The Giant Of Thunder Mountain (Director: James W. Roberson)
  45. The Rocketeer (Director: Joe Johnston)
  46. What About Bob (Director: Frank Oz)
  47. Where Angels Fear To Tread (Director: Charles Sturridge)
  48. White Fang (Director: Randal Kleiser)
  1. A Woman’s Tale (Director: Paul Cox)
  2. Alligator II: The Mutation (Director: Jon Hess)
  3. American Shaolin (Director: Lucas Lwe)
  4. Armour Of God II: Operation Condor (Director: Jackie Chan)
  5. Beastmaster II: Through The Portal Of Time (Director: Sylvio Tabet)
  6. Bed + Breakfast (Director: Robert Ellis Miller)
  7. Blue Tornado (Director: Antonio Bido)
  8. Career Opportunities (Director: Bryan Gordon)
  9. City Slickers (Director: Ron Underwood)
  10. Company Business (Director: Nicholas Meyer)
  11. Critters III (Director: Kristine Peterson)
  12. Danzón (Director: María Novaro)
  13. Desire + Hell At Sunset Motel (Director: Alien Castle)
  14. Doc Hollywood (Director: Michael Caton-Jones)
  15. Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead (Director: Stephen Herek)
  16. Drop Dead Fred (Director: Ate de Jong)
  17. Dutch (Director: Peter Faiman)
  18. En dag i oktober (Director: Kenneth Madsen)
  19. Eyes Of An Angel (Director: Robert Harmon)
  20. F/X II (Director: Richard Franklin)
  21. Flight Of The Intruder (Director: John Milius)
  22. Fried Green Tomatoes (Director: Jon Avnet)
  23. Guilty By Suspicion (Director: Irwin Winkler)
  24. He Said, She Said (Director: Ken Kwapis, Marisa Silver)
  25. Hot Shots! (Director: Jim Abrahams)
  26. If Looks Could Kill (Director: William Dear)
  27. Impromptu (Director: James Lapine)
  28. In Between (Director: Thomas Constantinides)
  29. Johnny Stecchino (Director: Roberto Benigni)
  30. Journey Of Honor (Director: Gordon Hessler)
  31. Kafka (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  32. L.A. Story (Director: Mick Jackson)
  33. Lena’s Holiday (Director: Michael Keusch)
  34. Life Stinks (Director: Mel Brooks)
  35. Lunatics: A Love Story (Director: Josh Becker)
  36. Madame Bovary (Director: Claude Chabrol)
  37. Meeting Venus (Director: István Szabó)
  38. Mobile Suit Gundam F91 (Director: Yoshiyuki Tomino)
  39. Money (Director: Steven Hilliard Stern)
  40. My Girl (Director: Howard Zieff)
  41. Necessary Roughness (Director: Stan Dragoti)
  42. Not Without My Daughter (Director: Brian Gilbert)
  43. Nothing But Trouble (Director: Dan Aykroyd)
  44. Off + Running (Director: Ed Bianchi)
  45. Only The Lonely (Director: Chris Columbus)
  46. Paradise (Director: Mary Agnes Donoghue)
  47. Pizza Man (Director: J.F. Lawton)
  48. Problem Child II (Director: Brian Levant)
  49. Regarding Henry (Director: Mike Nichols)
  50. Return To The Blue Lagoon (Director: William A. Graham)
  51. Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves (Director: Kevin Reynolds)
  52. Rock + Roll High School Forever (Director: Deborah Brock)
  53. Roujin Z (Director: Hiroyuki Kitakubo)
  54. Rubin + Ed (Director: Trent Harris)
  55. Shadows + Fog (Director: Woody Allen)
  56. Shout (Director: Jeffrey Hornaday)
  57. Soapdish (Director: Michael Hoffman)
  58. Strictly Business (Directors: Kevin Hooks + Rolando Hudson)
  59. The Addams Family (Director: Barry Sonnenfeld)
  60. The Ballad Of The Sad Café (Director: Simon Callow)
  61. The Butcher’s Wife (Director: Terry Hughes)
  62. The Doctor (Director: Randa Haines)
  63. The Guyver (Directors: Screaming Mad George + Steve Wang)
  64. The Inner Circle (Director: Andrey Konchalovsky)
  65. The Last Butterfly (Director: Karel Kachyna)
  66. The Man In The Moon (Director: Robert Mulligan)
  67. The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear (Director: David Zucker)
  68. The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe (Director: John Bailey)
  69. Thousand Pieces Of Gold (Director: Nancy Kelly)
  70. Till There Was You (Director: John Seale)
  71. Toto The Hero (Director: Jaco Van Dormael)
  72. Up Against The Wall (Director: Ron O’Neal)
  73. Voyager (Director: Volker Schlöndorff)
  1. 29th Street (Director: George Gallo)
  2. 9½ Ninjas! (Director: Aaron Barsky)
  3. 976-EVIL II (Director: Jim Wynorski)
  4. A Climate For Killing (Director: J.S. Cardone)
  5. A Demon In My View (Director: Petra Haffter)
  6. The Knife (Director: Walter Salles)
  7. A Kiss Before Dying (Director: James Dearden)
  8. A Rage In Harlem (Director: Bill Duke)
  9. A Sensuous Summer (Director: Boots Rakely)
  10. A Time To Die (Director: Charles T. Kanganis)
  11. Afraid Of The Dark (Director: Mark Peploe)
  12. Age Isn’t Everything (Director: Douglas Katz)
  13. Ambition (Director: Scott D. Goldstein)
  14. American Kickboxer (Director: Frans Nel)
  15. Another You (Director: Maurice Phillips)
  16. At Play In The Fields Of The Lord (Director: Hector Babenco)
  17. Backdraft (Director: Ron Howard)
  18. Barton Fink (Director: Joel Coen)
  19. Basket Case III (Director: Frank Henenlotter)
  20. Battle Gear (Director: Cirio H. Santiago)
  21. Becoming Colette (Director: Danny Huston)
  22. Bikini Island (Director: Tony Markes)
  23. Bikini Summer (Director: Robert Veze)
  24. Billy Bathgate (Director: Robert Benton)
  25. Black Magic (Director Deryn Warren)
  26. Black Robe (Director: Bruce Beresford)
  27. Blobermouth (Director: Kent Skov)
  28. Blood + Concrete (Director: Jeffrey Reiner)
  29. Bloodmatch (Director: Albert Pyun)
  30. Bloodsucking Pharaohs In Pittsburgh (Director: Dean Tschetter)
  31. Blue Desert (Director: Bradley Battersby)
  32. Body Parts (Director: Eric Red)
  33. Boyz n the Hood (Director: John Singleton)
  34. Brain Twisters (Director: Jerry Sangiuliano)
  35. Breathing Fire (Directors: Lou Kennedy, Brandon Pender + Brandon De-Wilde)
  36. Buddy’s Song (Director: Claude Whatham)
  37. Bugsy (Director: Barry Levinson)
  38. By The Sword (Director: Jeremy Kagan)
  39. Cabeza de Vaca (Director: Nicolás Echevarría)
  40. Caged Fear (Director: Robert Houston)
  41. California Casanova (Director: Nat Christian)
  42. Cape Fear (Director: Martin Scorsese)
  43. Chaindance (Director: Allan A. Goldstein)
  44. Chains Of Gold (Director: Rod Holcomb)
  45. Child’s Play III (Director: Jack Bender)
  46. Children Of The Night (Director: Tony Randel)
  47. City Of Hope (Director: John Sayles)
  48. Class Action (Director: Michael Apted)
  49. Class Of Nuke ‘Em High Part II: Subhumanoid Meltdown (Director: Eric Louzil)
  50. Clearcut (Director: Ryszard Bugajski)
  51. Close My Eyes (Director: Stephen Poliakoff)
  52. Closet Land (Director: Radha Bharadwaj)
  53. Cold Heaven (Director: Nicolas Roeg)
  54. Committed (Director: William A. Levey)
  55. Comrades In Arms (Director: J. Christian Ingvordsen)
  56. Cop-Out (Director: Lawrence L. Simeone)
  57. Cover-Up (Director: Manny Coto)
  58. Crackdown (Director: Louis Morneau)
  59. Crooked Hearts (Directgor: Michael Bortman)
  60. Curse III: Blood Sacrifice (Director: Sean Barton)
  61. Curse Of The Crystal Eye (Director: Joe Tornatore)
  62. Cybernator (Director: Robert Rundle)
  63. Dark Rider (Director: Bob Ivy)
  64. Dead Again (Director: Kenneth Branagh)
  65. Dead Space (Director: Fred Gallo)
  66. Dead Women In Lingerie (Director: Erica Fox)
  67. Deadly Dancer (Director: Kimberley Casey)
  68. Deathstalker IV: Match Of Titans (Director: Howard R. Cohen)
  69. Deceived (Director: Damian Harris)
  70. Defenseless (Director: Martin Campbell)
  71. Delicatessen (Directors: Marc Caro + Jean-Pierre Jeunet)
  72. Delta Force III: The Killing Game (Director: Sam Firstenberg)
  73. Delusion (Director: Carl Colpaert)
  74. Diary Of A Hitman (Director: Roy London)
  75. Diplomatic Immunity (Director: Peter Maris)
  76. Do Or Die (Director: Andy Sidaris)
  77. Dogfight (Director: Nancy Savoca)
  78. Dolly Dearest (Director: Maria Lease)
  79. Double Impact (Director: Sheldon Lettich)
  80. Dune Warriors (Director: Cirio H. Santiago)
  81. Dying Young (Director: Joel Schumacher)
  82. Edge Of Honor (Director: Michael Spence)
  83. Edward II (Director: Derek Jarman)
  84. Especially On Sunday (Directors: Francesco Barilli, Giuseppe Bertolucci, Marco Tullio Giordana + Giuseppe Tornatore)
  85. Europa (Director: Lars von Trier)
  86. Eve Of Destruction (Director: Duncan Gibbins)
  87. Eye Of The Storm (Director: Yuri Zeltser)
  88. Fatal Bond (Director: Vincent Monton)
  89. Femme Fatale (Director: Andre R. Guttfreund)
  90. Final Approach (Director: Eric Steven Stahl)
  91. Firehead (Director: Peter Yuval)
  92. Fires Within (Director: Gillian Armstrong)
  93. Fist Of Glory (Director: Joe Mari Avellana)
  94. Fists Of Steel (Director: Jerry Schaefer)
  95. Flirting (Director: John Duigan)
  96. For The Boys (Director: Mark Rydell)
  97. Frame Up (Director: Paul Leder)
  98. Frankie + Johnny (Director: Garry Marshall)
  99. Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare (Director: Rachel Talalay)
  100. Future Kick (Director: Damian Klaus)
  101. Grand Canyon (Director: Lawrence Kasdan)
  102. Guilty As Charged (Director: Sam Irvin)
  103. Hangfire (Director: Peter Maris)
  104. Hangin’ With The Homeboys (Director: Joseph B. Vasquez)
  105. Harley Davidson + The Marlboro Man (Director: Simon Wincer)
  106. Hear My Song (Director: Peter Chelsom)
  107. Heaven Is A Playground (Director: Randall Fried)
  108. High Heels (Director: Pedro Almodóvar)
  109. Highlander II: The Quickening (Director: Russell Mulcahy)
  110. Highway 61 (Director: Bruce McDonald)
  111. Highway To Hell (Director: Ate de Jong)
  112. Homicide (Director: David Mamet)
  113. House Party II (Directors: George Jackson + Doug McHenry)
  114. Hudson Hawk (Director: Michael Lehmann)
  115. Hunting (Director: Frank Howson)
  116. Husbands + Lovers (Director: Mauro Bolognini)
  117. Immortal Sins (Director: Hervé Hachuel)
  118. Indio 2 - La rivolta (Director: Antonio Margheriti)
  119. Inner Sanctum (Director: Fred Olen Ray)
  120. Iron Maze (Director: Hiroaki Yoshida)
  121. JFK (Diector: Oliver Stone)
  122. Johnny Suede (Director: Tom DiCillo)
  123. Jumpin’ At The Boneyard (Director: Jeff Stanzler)
  124. Jungle Fever (Director: Spike Lee)
  125. K2 (Director: Franc Roddam)
  126. Karate Cop (Director: Alan Roberts)
  127. Kickboxer II: The Road Back (Director: Albert Pyun)
  128. Kill Line (Director: Richard H. Kim)
  129. Killer Instinct (Director: David Tausik)
  130. Killing Streets (Director: Stephen Cornwell)
  131. Kiss Me A Killer (Director: Marcus DeLeon)
  132. Kiss + Be Killed (Director: Tom Milo)
  133. Last Call (Director: Jag Mundhra)
  134. Legal Tender (Director: Jag Mundhra)
  135. Let Him Have It (Director: Peter Medak)
  136. Liebestraum (Director: Mike Figgis)
  137. Liquid Dreams (Director: Mark S. Manos)
  138. Livin’ Large! (Director: Michael Schultz)
  139. London Kills Me (Director: Hanif Kureishi)
  140. Lonely Hearts (Director: Andrew Lane)
  141. Lovers: A True Story (Director: Vicente Aranda)
  142. Married To It (Director: Arthur Hiller)
  143. McBain (Director: James Glickenhaus)
  144. Mediterraneo (Director: Gabriele Salvatores)
  145. Merchant Of Evil (Director: Scott Pfeiffer)
  146. Millions (Director: Carlo Vanzina)
  147. Mission: Killfast (Director: Ted V. Mikels)
  148. Mississippi Masala (Director: Mira Nair)
  149. Mobsters (Director: Michael Karbelnikoff)
  150. Mom (Director: Patrick Rand)
  151. Mortal Thoughts (Director: Alan Rudolph)
  152. Motorama (Director: Barry Shils)
  153. Murder Blues (Director: Anders Palm)
  154. My Own Private Idaho (Director: Gus Van Sant)
  155. Mystery Date (Director: Jonathan Wacks)
  156. Naked Lunch (Director: David Cronenberg)
  157. Neon City (Director: Monte Markham)
  158. New Jack City (Director: Mario Van Peebles)
  159. Night Eyes II (Director: Rodney McDonald)
  160. Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Terror (Director: James Riffel)
  161. Night Of The Warrior (Director: Rafal Zielinski)
  162. Night On Earth (Director: Jim Jarmusch)
  163. No Secrets (Director: Dezsö Magyar)
  164. Novel Desires (Director: Lawrence Lanoff)
  165. Once Around (Director: Lasse Hallström)
  166. Once Upon A Time In China (Director: Hark Tsui)
  167. Once A Thief (Director: John Woo)
  168. One Good Cop (Director: Heywood Gould)
  169. Other People’s Money (Director: Norman Jewison)
  170. Out For Justice (Director: John Flynn)
  171. Out Of The Rain (Director: Gary Winick)
  172. Paris Trout (Director: Stephen Gyllenhaal)
  173. Past Midnight (Director: Jan Eliasberg)
  174. Payback (Director: Russell Solberg)
  175. Perfume (Director: Roland S. Jefferson)
  176. Pleasure In Paradise (Director: Boots Rakely)
  177. Point Break (Director: Kathryn Bigelow)
  178. Popcorn (Directors: Mark Herrier + Alan Ormsby)
  179. Presumed Guilty (Director: Lawrence L. Simeone)
  180. Prime Target (Directors: David Heavener + Phillip J. Roth)
  181. Project Eliminator (Director: H. Kaye Dyal)
  182. Proof (Director: Jocelyn Moorhouse)
  183. Prospero’s Books (Director: Peter Greenway)
  184. Pursuit (Director: John H. Parr)
  185. Pyrates (Director: Noah Stern)
  186. Queens Logic (Director: Steve Rash)
  187. Rambling Rose (Director: Martha Coolidge)
  188. Raw Nerve (Director: David A. Prior)
  189. Rich Girl (Director: Joel Bender)
  190. Ricochet (Director: Russell Mulcahy)
  191. Ring Of Fire (Directors: Richard W. Munchkin + Rick Jacobson)
  192. Road To Ruin (Director: Charlotte Brändström)
  193. Run (Director: Geoff Burrowes)
  194. Rush (Director: Lili Fini Zanuck)
  195. Salmonberries (Director: Percy Adlon)
  196. Scanners II: The New Order (Director: Christian Duguay)
  197. Scenes From A Mall (Director: Paul Mazursky)
  198. Scissors (Director: Frank De Felitta)
  199. Scorchers (Director: David Beaird)
  200. Servants Of Twilight (Director: Jeffrey Obrow)
  201. Sex + Zen (Director: Michael Mak)
  202. Shakes The Clown (Director: Bob Goldthwait)
  203. Shatterbrain (The Resurrected) (Director: Dan O’Bannon)
  204. Shattered (Director: Wolfgang Petersen)
  205. Shock ‘Em Dead (Director: Mark Freed)
  206. Showdown At Williams Creek (Director: Allan Kroeker)
  207. Showdown In Little Tokyo (Director: Mark L. Lester)
  208. Slacker (Director: Richard Linklater)
  209. Sleeping With The Enemy (Director: Joseph Ruben)
  210. Soldier’s Fortune (Director: Arthur N. Mele)
  211. Son Of Darkness: To Die For II (Director: David Price)
  212. Steel + Lace (Director: Ernest D. Farino)
  213. Steele’s Law (Director: Fred Williamson)
  214. Stone Cold (Director: Craig R. Baxley)
  215. Straight Out Of Brooklyn (Director: Matty Rich)
  216. Street Soldiers (Director: Lee Harry)
  217. Subspecies (Director: Ted Nicolaou)
  218. Switch (Director: Blake Edwards)
  219. Talkin’ Dirty After Dark (Director: Topper Carew)
  220. Ted + Venus (Director: Bud Cort)
  221. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (Director: James Cameron)
  222. The Adjuster (Director: Atom Egoyan)
  223. The Arrival (Director: David Schmoeller)
  224. The Art Of Dying (Director: Wings Hauser)
  225. The Big Slice (Director: John Bradshaw)
  226. The Boneyard (Director: James Cummins)
  227. The Borrower (Director: John McNaughton)
  228. The Commitments (Director: Alan Parker)
  229. The Crawlers (Directors: Fabrizio Laurenti + Joe D’Amato)
  230. The Dark Backward (Director: Adam Rifkin)
  231. The Dark Wind (Director: Errol Morris)
  232. The Doors (Director: Oliver Stone)
  233. The Double Life Of Veronique (Director: Krzysztof Kieslowski)
  234. The Favour, the Watch and the Very Big Fish (Director: Ben Lewin)
  235. The Fisher King (Director: Terry Gilliam)
  236. The Five Heartbeats (Director: Robert Townsend)
  237. The Hard Way (Director: John Badham)
  238. The Hitman (Director: Aaron Norris)
  239. The Human Shield (Director: Ted Post)
  240. The Indian Runner (Director: Sean Penn)
  241. The Last Boy Scout (Director: Tony Scott)
  242. The Last Hour (Director: William Sachs)
  243. The Last Match (Director: Fabrizio De Angelis)
  244. The Linguini Incident (Director: Richard Shepard)
  245. The Lovers On The Bridge (Director: Leos Carax)
  246. The Lunatic (Director: Lol Crème)
  247. The Malibu Beach Vampires (Director: Francis Patrick Creighton)
  248. The Marrying Man (Director: Jerry Rees)
  249. The Miracle (Director: Neil Jordan)
  250. The Object Of Beauty (Director: Michael Lindsay-Hogg)
  251. The People Under The Stairs (Director: Wes Craven)
  252. The Perfect Weapon (Director: Mark DiSalle)
  253. The Pit + The Pendulum (Director: Stuart Gordon)
  254. The Pope Must Die(t) (Director: Peter Richardson)
  255. The Prince Of Tides (Director: Barbra Streisand)
  256. The Psychic (Director: George Mihalka)
  257. The Rapture (Director: Michael Tolkin)
  258. The Runestone (Director: Willard Carroll)
  259. The Silence Of The Lambs (Director: Jonathan Demme)
  260. The Super (Director: Rod Daniel)
  261. The Swindle (Director: Jason Holt)
  262. The Taking Of Beverly Hills (Director: Sidney J. Furie)
  263. The Terror Within II (Director: Andrew Stevens)
  264. The Unborn (Director: Rodman Flender)
  265. Thelma + Louise (Director: Ridley Scott)
  266. Tiger Claws (Director: Kelly Makin)
  267. Timebomb (Director: Avi Nesher)
  268. To Want To Fly (Directors: Guido Manuli + Maurizio Nichetti)
  269. Tomcat Angels (Director: Don Edmonds)
  270. Total Exposure (Director: John Quinn)
  271. Totally Exposed (Director: Boots Rakely)
  272. Toy Soldiers (Director: Daniel Petrie, Jr.)
  273. Trancers II: The Return Of Jack Deth (Director: Charles Band)
  274. True Colors (Director: Herbert Ross)
  275. True Identity (Director: Charles Lane)
  276. Twenty Dollar Star (Director: Paul Leder)
  277. Twenty-One (Director: Don Boyd)
  278. Ultimate Desires (Director: Lloyd A. Simandi)
  279. Una donna da guardare (Director: Michele Quaglieri)
  280. Uncaged (Director: Lisa Hunt)
  281. Under Suspicion (Director: Simon Moore)
  282. Until The End Of The World (Director: Wim Wenders)
  283. V.I. Warshawski (Director: Jeff Kanew)
  284. Van Gogh (Director: Maurice Pialat)
  285. Vegas In Space (Director: Phillip R. Ford)
  286. Virgin High (Director: Richard Gabai)
  287. Voodoo Dawn (Director: Steven Fierberg)
  288. Voodoo Dolls (Director: Andrée Pelletier)
  289. Wedlock (Director: Lewis Teague)
  290. Where Sleeping Dogs Lie (Director: Charles Finch)
  291. Where The Day Takes Yo (Director: Marc Rocco)
  292. White Light (Director: Al Waxman)
  293. Wild Orchid II: Two Shades Of Blue (Director: Zalman King)
  294. Wizards Of The Demon Sword (Director: Fred Olen Ray)
  295. Year Of The Gun (Director: John Frankenheimer)
  296. Young Soul Rebels (Director: Isaac Julien)
  297. Zandalee (Director: Sam Pillsbury)
  1. El gran reto - Lola la Trailera 3 (Director: Raúl Fernández Hijo)
  2. Poison (Director: Todd Haynes)
  3. Whore (Director: Ken Russell)
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2017.05.23 11:51 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 1984 (out of the 3,170 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. A Sunday In The Country (Director: Bertrand Tavernier)
  2. Gallavants (Director: Art Vitello)
  3. J'ai rencontré le Père Noël (Director: Christian Gion)
  4. The Muppets Take Manhattan (Director: Frank Oz)
  1. 2010 (Director: Peter Hyams)
  2. A Passage To India (Director: David Lean)
  3. A Soldier’s Story (Director: Norman Jewison)
  4. A Test Of Love (Director: Gil Brealey)
  5. A Year Of The Quiet Sun (Director: Krzysztof Zanussi)
  6. Abwärts (Director: Carl Schenkel)
  7. All Of Me (Director: Carl Reiner)
  8. Amadeus (Director: Milos Forman)
  9. American Dreamer (Director: Rick Rosenthal)
  10. Another Country (Director: Marek Kanievska)
  11. Beat Street (Director: Stan Lathan)
  12. Boggy Creek II: And The Legend Continues (Director: Charles B. Pierce)
  13. Breakin’ (Director: Joel Silberg)
  14. Breakin’ II: Electric Boogaloo (Director: Sam Firstenberg)
  15. Broadway Danny Rose (Director: Woody Allen)
  16. Cannonball Run II (Director: Hal Needham)
  17. Carmen (Director: Francesco Rosi)
  18. Champions (Director: John Irvin)
  19. Chattanooga Choo Choo (Director: Bruce Bilson)
  20. Cheech + Chong’s “The Corsican Brothers”)(Director: Tommy Chong)
  21. City Heat (Director: Richard Benjamin)
  22. Cloak + Dagger (Director: Richard Franklin)
  23. Comfort + Joy (Director: Bill Forsyth)
  24. Conan The Destroyer (Director: Richard Fleischer)
  25. Country (Director: Richard Pearce)
  26. Crackers (Director: Louis Malle)
  27. Door To Door (Director: Patrick Bailey)
  28. Electric Dreams (Director: Steve Barron)
  29. Footloose (Director: Herbert Ross)
  30. Ghostbusters (Director: Ivan Reitman)
  31. Give My Regards To Broad Street (Director: Peter Webb)
  32. Grace Quigley (Director: Anthony Harvey)
  33. Gremlins (Director: Joe Dante)
  34. Greystoke: The Legend Of Tarzan, Lord Of The Apes (Director: Hugh Hudson)
  35. Hard To Hold (Director: Larry Peerce)
  36. Harry + Son (Director: Paul Newman)
  37. Iceman (Director: Fred Schepisi)
  38. In ‘n Out (Director: Ricardo Franco)
  39. In Search Of A Golden Sky (Director: Jefferson Richard)
  40. Indiana Jones + The Temple Of Doom (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  41. Irreconcilable Differences (Director: Charles Shyer)
  42. Just The Way You Are (Director: Édouard Molinaro)
  43. Kidco (Director: Ron Maxwell)
  44. MacArthur’s Children (Director: Masahiro Shinoda)
  45. Mass Appeal (Director: Glenn Jordan)
  46. Meatballs, Part II (Director: Ken Wiederhorn)
  47. Misunderstood (Director: Jerry Schatzberg)
  48. My First Wife (Director: Paul Cox)
  49. Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (Director: Hayao Miyazaki)
  50. Nothing Lasts Forever (Director: Tom Schiller)
  51. Oddballs (Director: Miklós Lente)
  52. Oh, God! You Devil (Director: Paul Bogart)
  53. Old Enough (Director: Marisa Silver)
  54. Places In The Heart (Director: Robert Benton)
  55. Protocol (Director: Herbert Ross)
  56. Racing With The Moon (Director: Richard Benjamin)
  57. Rare Breed (Director: David Nelson)
  58. Repentance (Director: Tengiz Abuladze)
  59. Rhinestone (Director: Bob Clark)
  60. Romancing The Stone (Director: Robert Zemeckis)
  61. Sam’s Son (Director: Michael Landon)
  62. Scandalous (Director: Rob Cohen)
  63. Secret Places (Director: Zelda Barron)
  64. Sheena (Director: John Guillermin)
  65. Silver City (Director: Sophia Turkiewicz)
  66. Sixteen Candles (Director: John Hughes)
  67. Snowballing (Director: Charles E. Sellier, Jr.)
  68. Solo (Director: Lyman Dayton)
  69. Splash (Director: Ron Howard)
  70. Star Trek III: The Search For Spock (Director: Leonard Nimoy)
  71. Starman (Director: John Carpenter)
  72. Starship (Lorca + The Outlaws) (Director: Roger Christian)
  73. Streets Of Fire (Director: Walter Hill)
  74. Supergirl (Director: Jeannot Szwarc)
  75. Swing Shift (Director: Jonathan Demme)
  76. Sword of the Valiant: The Legend of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Director: Stephen Weeks)
  77. Tank (Director: Marvin J. Chomsky)
  78. The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension (Director: W.D. Richter)
  79. The Bear (Director: Richard C. Sarafian)
  80. The Blade Master (Director: Joe D’Amato)
  81. The Bounty (Director: Roger Donaldson)
  82. The Buddy System (Director: Glenn Jordan)
  83. The Holy Innocents (Director: Mario Camus)
  84. The Ice Pirates (Director: Stewart Raffill)
  85. The Karate Kid (Director: John G. Avildsen)
  86. The Natural (Director: Barry Levinson)
  87. The NeverEnding Story (Director: Wolfgang Petersen)
  88. The Philadelphia Experiment (Director: Stewart Raffill)
  89. The Red Fury (Director: Lyman Dayton)
  90. The River Rat (Director: Thomas Rickman)
  91. The Secret Life Of Sigmund Freud (Director: Danford B. Greene)
  92. The Stone Boy (Director: Christopher Cain)
  93. The Wild Duck (Director: Henri Safran)
  94. Top Secret! (Director: David Zucker, Jim Abrahams + Jerry Zucker)
  95. Unfaithfully Yours (Director: Howard Zieff)
  96. Voyage Of The Rock Aliens (Director: James Fargo)
  97. What Waits Below (Director: Don Sharp)
  98. Where Is Parsifal? (Director: Henri Helman)
  1. Blame It On The Night (Director: Gene Taft)
  2. Body Rock (Director: Marcelo Epstein)
  3. City Limits (Director: Aaron Lipstadt)
  4. Dreamscape (Director Joseph Ruben)
  5. Dune (Director: David Lynch)
  6. Falling In Love (Director: Ulu Grosbard)
  7. Firstborn (Director: Michael Apted)
  8. Forbidden (Director: Anthony Page)
  9. Garbo Talks (Director: Sidney Lumet)
  10. Ghoulies (Director: Luca Bercovici)
  11. Henry IV (Director: Marco Bellocchio)
  12. Johnny Dangerously (Director: Amy Heckerling)
  13. Leilet al quabd al Fatma (Director: Henry Barakat)
  14. Lensman (Directors: Kazuyuki Hirokawa + Yoshiaki Kawajiri)
  15. Lili In Love (Director: Károly Makk)
  16. Love Streams (Director: John Cassavetes)
  17. Memed My Hawk (Director: Peter Ustinov)
  18. Micki + Maude (Director: Blake Edwards)
  19. Mrs. Soffel (Director: Gillian Armstrong)
  20. Night Of The Comet (Director: Thom Eberhardt)
  21. Ordeal By Innocence (Director: Desmond Davis)
  22. Oxford Blues (Director: Robert Boris)
  23. Red Dawn (Director: John Milius)
  24. Return To Waterloo (Director: Ray Davies)
  25. Runaway (Director: Michael Crichton)
  26. That’s My Baby! (Directors: John Bradshaw + Edie Yolles)
  27. The Dungeonmaster (Directors: David Allen, Charles Band, John Carl Buechler, Steven Ford, Peter Manoogian, Ted Nicolaou + Rosemarie Turko)
  28. The Flamingo Kid (Director: Garry Marshall)
  29. The Razor’s Edge (Director: John Byrum)
  30. The River (Director: Mark Rydell)
  31. The Woman In Red (Director: Gene Wilder)
  32. Trancers (Director: Charles Band)
  1. 1984 (Director: Michael Radford)
  2. A Breed Apart (Director: Philippe Mora)
  3. A Nightmare On Elm Street (Director: Wes Craven)
  4. A Private Function (Director: Malcolm Mowbray)
  5. Against All Odds (Director: Taylor Hackford)
  6. Alley Cat (Directors: Victor M. Ordonez, Ed Palmos + Al Valletta)
  7. Alphabet City (Director: Amos Poe)
  8. American Taboo (Director: Steve Lustgarten)
  9. Among The Cinders (Director: Rolf Hädrich )
  10. Angel (Director: Robert Vincent O’Neill)
  11. Bachelor Party (Director: Neal Israel)
  12. Bedroom Eyes (Director: William Fruet)
  13. Best Defense (Director: Willard Huyck)
  14. Beverly Hills Cop (Director: Martin Brest)
  15. Beyond The Walls (Director: Uri Barbash)
  16. Bianca (Director: Nanni Moretti)
  17. Birdy (Director: Alan Parker)
  18. Blame It On Rio (Director: Stanley Donen)
  19. Blind Date (Director: Nico Mastorakis)
  20. Blood Simple (Director: Joel Coen)
  21. Blood Theatre (Director: Rick Sloane)
  22. Bloodbath At The House Of Death (Director: Ray Cameron)
  23. Body Double (Director: Brian De Palma)
  24. C.H.U.D. (Director: Douglas Cheek)
  25. Cal (Director: Pat O’Connor)
  26. Camila (Director: María Luisa Bemberg)
  27. Children Of The Corn (Director: Fritz Kiersch)
  28. Choose Me (Director: Alan Rudolph)
  29. Code Name: Wild Geese (Director: Antonio Margheriti)
  30. Combat Shock (Director: Buddy Giovinazzo)
  31. Courage (Director: Robert L. Rosen)
  32. Covergirl (Director: Jean-Claude Lord)
  33. Crimes Of Passion (Director: Ken Russell)
  34. Deadline (Director: Mario Azzopardi)
  35. Deep In The Heart (Director: Tony Garnett)
  36. Delta Pi (Director: Kevin Brodie)
  37. Devil Fish (Director: Lamberto Bava)
  38. Dinner With Olga (Director: Rudy Prince)
  39. Don’t Open Till Christmas (Director: Edmund Purdom)
  40. Dreams Come True (Director: Max Kalmanowicz)
  41. Ellie (Director: Peter Wittman)
  42. Emmanuelle IV (Directors: Francis Leroi + Iris Letans)
  43. Evil Judgment (Director: Claudio Castravelli)
  44. Exterminator II (Director: Mark Buntzman)
  45. Fear City (Director: Abel Ferrara)
  46. Final Mission (Director: Cirio H. Santiago)
  47. Finders Keepers (Director: Richard Lester)
  48. Firestarter (Director: Mark L. Lester)
  49. Flashpoint (Director: William Tannen)
  50. Fleshburn (Director: George Gage)
  51. Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter (Director: Joseph Zito)
  52. Full Moon In Paris (Director: Éric Rohmer)
  53. Ghost Warrior (Director: J. Larry Carroll)
  54. Gimme An “F” (Director: Paul Justman)
  55. Killing Machine (Director: José Antonio de la Loma)
  56. Grandview U.S.A. (Director: Randa Kleiser)
  57. Growing Pains (Director: Robert Houston)
  58. Guerra sucia (Director: Juan Piquer Simón)
  59. Hardbodies (Director: Mark Griffiths)
  60. Heart Of The Stag (Director: Michael Firth)
  61. Heartbreakers (Director: Bobby Roth)
  62. Heavenly Bodies (Director: Lawrence Dane)
  63. Hollywood Hot Tubs (Director: Chuck Vincent)
  64. Hong Kong 1941 (Director: Po-Chih Leong)
  65. Hot Dog...The Movie (Director: Peter Markle)
  66. Impulse (Director: Graham Baker)
  67. Jocks (Director: Riccardo Sesani)
  68. Joy Of Sex (Director: Martha Coolidge)
  69. Jungle Warriors (Directors: Ernst R. von Theumer + Billy Fine)
  70. Kaos (Directors: Paolo Taviani + Vittorio Taviani)
  71. Killpoint (Director: Frank Harris)
  72. L’addition (Director: Denis Amar)
  73. Lady Libertine (Director: Gérard Kikoïne)
  74. Lassiter (Director: Roger Young)
  75. Locas vacaciones (Director: Hubert Frank)
  76. Love Scenes (Director: Bud Townsend)
  77. Lovelines (Director: Rod Amateau)
  78. Making The Grade (Director: Dorian Walker)
  79. Maria’s Lovers (Director: Andrey Konchalovsky)
  80. Mike’s Murder (Director: James Bridges)
  81. Missing In Action (Director: Joseph Zito)
  82. Monster Dog (Director: Claudio Fragasso)
  83. Moscow On The Hudson (Director: Paul Mazursky)
  84. Murder Rock (Director: Lucio Fulci)
  85. Mutant (Directors: John ‘Bud’ Cardos + Mark Rosman)
  86. My New Partner (Director: Claude Zidi)
  87. Night Patrol (Director: Jackie Kong)
  88. Ninja III: The Domination (Director: Sam Firstenberg)
  89. No Small Affair (Director: Jerry Schatzberg)
  90. Not For Publication (Director: Paul Bartel)
  91. Octavia (Director: David Beaird)
  92. Once Upon A Time In America (Director: Sergio Leone)
  93. Over The Brooklyn Bridge (Director: Menahem Golan)
  94. Paris, Texas (Director: Wim Wenders)
  95. Perfect Strangers (Director: Larry Cohen)
  96. Petit Con (Director: Gérard Lauzier)
  97. Police Academy (Director: Hugh Wilson)
  98. Preppies (Director: Chuck Vincent)
  99. Purple Hearts (Director: Sidney J. Furie)
  100. Purple Rain (Director: Albert Magnoli)
  101. Razorback (Director: Russell Mulcahy)
  102. Reckless (Director: James Foley)
  103. Repo Ma (Director: Alex Cox)
  104. Revenge Of The Nerds (Director: Jeff Kanew)
  105. Rocktober Blood (Director: Beverly Sebastian)
  106. Running Hot (Director: Mark Griffiths)
  107. Savage Streets (Directors: Danny Steinmann + Tom DeSimone)
  108. Scream For Help (Director: Michael Winner)
  109. Shackin’ Up (Director: Simon Nuchtern)
  110. Silent Madness (Director: Simon Nuchtern)
  111. Silent Night, Deadly Night (Director: Charles E. Sellier, Jr.)
  112. Songwriter (Director: Alan Rudolph)
  113. Sotto...sotto (Director: Lina Wertmüller)
  114. Special Effects (Director: Larry Cohen)
  115. Splatter University (Director: Richard W. Haines)
  116. Stranger Than Paradise (Director: Jim Jarmusch)
  117. Success Is The Best Revenge (Director: Jerzy Skolimowski)
  118. Surf II (Director: Randall M. Badat)
  119. Swann In Love (Director: Volker Schlöndorff)
  120. Teachers (Director: Arthur Hiller)
  121. The Act (Director: Sig Shore)
  122. The Ambassador (Director: J. Lee Thompson)
  123. The Bay Boy (Director: Daniel Petrie)
  124. The Brother From Another Planet (Director: John Sayles)
  125. The Company Of Wolves (Director: Neil Jordan)
  126. The Cotton Club (Director: Francis Ford Coppola)
  127. The Dark Side To Love (Director: John Carr)
  128. The Evil That Men Do (Director: J. Lee Thompson)
  129. The Executioner, Part II (Director: James Bryan)
  130. The Hills Have Eyes, Part II (Director: Wes Craven)
  131. The Hit (Director: Stephen Frears)
  132. The Hotel New Hampshire (Director: Tony Richardson)
  133. The House Of God (Director: Donald Wrye)
  134. The Initiation (Director: Larry Stewart)
  135. The Killing Fields (Director: Roland Joffé)
  136. The Last Winter (Director: Riki Shelach Nissimoff)
  137. The Little Drummer Girl (Director: George Roy Hill)
  138. The Lonely Guy (Director: Arthur Hiller)
  139. The Mutilator (Director: Buddy Coper + John Douglass)
  140. The Naked Face (Director: Bryan Forbes)
  141. The Ninja Mission (Director: Mats Helge Olsson)
  142. The Panther Squad (Director: Pierre Chevalier)
  143. The Party Animal (Director: David Beaird)
  144. The Perils Of Gwendoline In The Land Of The Yik Yak (Director: Just Jaeckin)
  145. The Pope Of Greenwich Village (Director: Stuart Rosenberg)
  146. The Power (Directors: Stephen Carpenter + Jeffrey Obrow)
  147. The Prey (Director: Edwin Brown)
  148. The Rosebud Beach Hotel (Director: Harry Hurwitz)
  149. The Terminator (Director: James Cameron)
  150. The Violent Breed (Director: Fernando Di Leo)
  151. The Warrior + The Sorceress (Director: John C. Broderick)
  152. The Wild Life (Director: Art Linson)
  153. They’re Playing With Fire (Director: Howard Avedis)
  154. Thief Of Hearts (Director: Douglas Day Stewart)
  155. This Is Spinal Tap (Director: Rob Reiner)
  156. Tightrope (Director: Richard Tuggle)
  157. Toy Soldiers (Director: David Fisher)
  158. Under The Volcano (Director: John Huston)
  159. Until September (Director: Richard Marquand)
  160. Up The Creek (Director: Robert Butler)
  161. Utu (Director: Geoff Murphy)
  162. Vamping (Director: Frederick King Keller)
  163. Violated (Director: Richard Cannistraro)
  164. Vénus (Directors: Jean Jabely, Pierre Bénichou + Sandy Whitelaw)
  165. Weekend Pass (Director: Lawrence Bassoff)
  166. Where The Boys Are ’84 (Director: Hy Averback)
  167. Where The Green Ants Dream (Director: Werner Herzog)
  168. Windy City (Director: Armyan Bernstein)
  169. Yellow Hair + The Fortress Of Gold (Director: Matt Cimber)
  170. Zombie Island Massacre (Director: John N. Carter)
(none released in 1984)
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2017.05.15 07:11 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 1976 (out of the 2,912 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. A Whale Of A Tale (Director: Ewing Miles Brown)
  2. Across The Great Divide (Director: Stewart Raffill)
  3. Baker’s Hawk (Director: Lyman Dayton)
  4. Bugsy Malone (Director: Alan Parker)
  5. Elmer (Director: Christopher Cain)
  6. Escape From Angola (Director: Leslie H. Martinson)
  7. Freaky Friday (Director: Gary Nelson)
  8. Goin’ Home (Director: Chris Prentiss)
  9. Guardian Of The Wilderness (Director: David O’Malley
  10. Gus (Director: Vincent McEveety)
  11. Hawmps! (Director: Joe Camp)
  12. It Shouldn’t Happen To A Vet (Director: Eric Till)
  13. Joe Panther (Director: Paul Krasny)
  14. King Kung Fu (Director: Lance D. Hayes)
  15. Let The Balloon Back (Director: Oliver Howes)
  16. Mark Twain, America (Director: Robert Wilbor)
  17. Mastermind (Director: Alex March)
  18. Mustang Country (Director: John C. Champion)
  19. No Deposit, No Return (Director: Norman Tokar)
  20. One Chance To Win (Director: Charles Bush)
  21. Paco (Director: Robert Vincent O’Neill)
  22. Pony Express Rider (Director: Robert Totten)
  23. Sasquatch: The Legend Of Bigfoot (Director: Ed Ragozzino)
  24. Sounder, Part II (Director: William A. Graham)
  25. Super Seal (Director: Michael Dugan)
  26. The Adventures Of Frontier Fremont (Director: Richard Friedenberg)
  27. The Amazing Dobermans (Director: Byron Chudnow)
  28. The Blue Bird (Director: George Cukor)
  29. The Little Mermaid (Director: Vladimir Bychkov)
  30. The Littlest Horse Thieves (Director: Charles Jarrott)
  31. The Secret Of Navajo Cave (Director: James T. Flocker)
  32. The Shaggy D.A. (Director: Robert Stevenson)
  33. The Slipper + The Rose: The Story Of Cinderella (Director: Bryan Forbes)
  34. The Smurfs + The Magic Flute (Director: Peyo)
  35. The Southern Double Cross (Director: Don Edmonds)
  36. The Wackiest Wagon Train In The West (Director: Jack Arnold, Earl Bellamy, Bruce Bilson, Oscar Rudolph)
  37. Treasure Of Matecumbe (Director: Vincent McEveety)
  1. A Dirty Knight’s Work (Director: Kevin Connor)
  2. A Matter Of Time (Director: Vincente Minnelli)
  3. Acapulco Gold (Director: Burt Brinckerhoff)
  4. Aces High (Director: Jack Gold)
  5. Adiós Amigo (Director: Fred Williamson)
  6. All The President’s Men (Director: Alan J. Pakula)
  7. Allegro non Troppo (Director: Bruno Bozzetto)
  8. Alpha Beta (Director: Anthony Page)
  9. Ape (Director: Paul Leder)
  10. At The Earth’s Core (Director: Kevin Connor
  11. Baby Blue Marine (Director: John D. Hancock)
  12. Birch Interval (Director: Delbert Mann)
  13. Bittersweet Love (Director: David Miller)
  14. Black + White In Color (Director: Jean-Jacques Annaud)
  15. Blood Bath (Director: Joel M. Reed)
  16. Bound For Glory (Director: Hal Ashby)
  17. Buffalo Bill + The Indians, or Sitting Bull’s History Lesson (Director: Robert Altman)
  18. Burnt Offerings (Director: Dan Curtis)
  19. Car Wash (Director: Michael Schultz)
  20. Cool Red (Director: Ossie Davis)
  21. Crash! (Director: Charles Band)
  22. Creature From Black Lake (Director: Joy N. Houck, Jr.
  23. Cria Cuervos (Director: Carlos Saura)
  24. Dark August (Director: Martin Goldman)
  25. Dark Sunday (Director: Jimmy Huston)
  26. Diary Of The Dead (Director: Arvin Brown)
  27. Dixie Dynamite (Director: Lee Frost)
  28. Doc Hooker’s Bunch (Director: Zack Belcher)
  29. Dracula + Son (Director: Édouard Molinaro
  30. Dragonfly (Director: Gilbert Cates)
  31. Drive-In (Director: Rod Amateau)
  32. Eat My Dust (Director: Charles B. Griffith)
  33. Echoes Of A Summer (Director: Don Taylor)
  34. Embryo (Director: Ralph Nelson)
  35. Family Plot (Director: Alfred Hitchcock)
  36. Feng shen bang (Director: Chih Hui Chang)
  37. From Noon Till Three (Director: Frank D. Gilroy)
  38. Futureworld (Director: Richard T. Heffron)
  39. Gator (Director: Burt Reynolds)
  40. Grizzly (Director: William Girdler)
  41. Harry + Walter Go To New York (Director: Mark Rydell)
  42. Help Me...I’m Possessed (Director: Charles Nizet)
  43. High Rollers (Director: Sergio Corbucci)
  44. High Velocity (Director: Remi Kramer)
  45. Hot Potato (Director: Oscar Williams)
  46. Illustrious Corpses (Director: Francesco Rosi)
  47. Jim, The World’s Greatest (Directors: Don Coscarelli + Craig Mitchell)
  48. Karate Killer (Director: Ivan Hall)
  49. Kenny + Company (Director: Don Coscarelli)
  50. King Kong (Director: John Guillermin)
  51. Kiss Of The Tarantula (Director: Chris Munger)
  52. Land Of The Minotaur (Director: Kostas Karagiannis)
  53. Leadbelly (Director: Gordon Parks)
  54. Lifeguard (Director: Daniel Petrie)
  55. Logan’s Run (Director: Michael Anderson)
  56. Mako: The Jaws Of Death (Director: William Grefe)
  57. Midway (Director: Jack Smight)
  58. Mother, Jugs + Speed (Director: Peter Yates)
  59. Moving Violation (Director: Charles S. Dubin)
  60. Murder By Death (Director: Robert Moore)
  61. Nickelodeon (Director: Peter Bogdanovich)
  62. No Longer Alone (Director: Nicholas Webster)
  63. Norman...Is That You? (Director: George Schlatter)
  64. Northville Cemetery Massacre (Directors: William Dear + Thomas Van Dyke)
  65. Panama Red (Director: Bob Chinn)
  66. Pardon Mon Affaire (Director: Yves Robert)
  67. Pipe Dreams (Director: Stephen Verona)
  68. Rattlers (Director: John McCauley)
  69. Robin + Marian (Director: Richard Lester)
  70. Rocky (Director: John G. Avildsen)
  71. Second Wind (Director: Donald Shebib)
  72. Secuestro (Director: León Klimovsky)
  73. Seven Spirit Panda (Director: Sheng Tang)
  74. Shadow Of The Hawk (Directors: George McCowan + Daryl Duke)
  75. She Devils In Chains (Director: Cirio H. Santiago)
  76. Shout At The Devil (Director: Peter R. Hunt)
  77. Second Chance (Director: Claude Lelouch)
  78. Silent Movie (Director: Mel Brooks)
  79. Silver Streak (Director: Arthur Hiller)
  80. Sisters Of Death (Director: Joe Mazzuca)
  81. Sky Riders (Director: Douglas Hickox)
  82. Small Change (Director: François Truffaut)
  83. Smile Orange (Director: Trevor D. Rhone)
  84. Sparkle (Director: Sam O’Steen)
  85. Special Delivery (Director: Paul Wendkos)
  86. St. Ives (Director: J. Lee Thompson)
  87. Swashbuckler (Director: James Goldstone
  88. Sweet Revenge (Director: Jerry Schatzberg)
  89. Tang shan jie quan dao (Director: Bing Lin)
  90. The Bad News Bears (Director: Michael Ritchie)
  91. The Big Bus (Director: Francis Reusser)
  92. The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars + Motor Kings (Director: John Badham)
  93. The Duchess + The Dirtwater Fox (Director: Melvin Frank)
  94. The Eagle Has Landed (Director: John Sturges)
  95. The Food Of The Gods (Director: Bert I. Gordon)
  96. The Front (Director: Martin Ritt)
  97. The Great Scout + Cathouse Thursday (Director: Don Taylor)
  98. The Gumball Rally (Director: Charles Bail)
  99. The Incredible Sarah (Director: Richard Fleischer)
  100. The Killer Meteors (Director: Wei Lo)
  101. The Last Tycoon (Director: Elia Kazan)
  102. The Legend Of Jedediah Carver (Director: Dewitt Lee)
  103. The Little Girl Who Lives Down The Lane (Director: Nicolas Gessner)
  104. The Long Night (Director: Woodie King, Jr.)
  105. The Loves + Times Of Scaramouche (Director: Enzo G. Castellari)
  106. The Marquise Of O (Director: Éric Rohmer)
  107. The Message (Director: Moustapha Akkad)
  108. The Missouri Breaks (Director: Arthur Penn)
  109. The Monkey Hu$tle (Director: Arthur Marks)
  110. The Outlaw Josie Wales (Director: Clint Eastwood + Philip Kaufman)
  111. The Passover Plot (Director: Michael Campus)
  112. The Pink Panther Strikes Again (Director: Blake Edwards)
  113. The Premonition (Director: Robert Allen Schnitzer)
  114. The Return Of A Man Called Horse (Director: Irvin Kershner)
  115. The Sell-Out (Director: Peter Collinson)
  116. The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (Director: Herbert Ross)
  117. The Shootist (Director: Don Siegel)
  118. The Spy Who Never Was (Directors: Reza Badiyi + Uri Massad)
  119. The Swiss Conspiracy (Director: Jack Arnold)
  120. The Winds Of Autumn (Director: Charles B. Piece)
  121. The Zebra Force (Director: Joe Tornatore)
  122. Track Of The Moon Beast (Director: Richard Ashe)
  123. Vigilante Force (Director: George Armitage)
  124. Voyage Of The Damned (Director: Stuart Rosenberg)
  125. W.C. Fields And Me (Director: Arthur Hiller)
  126. Woman In The Rain (Director: Paul Hunt)
  127. Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood (Director: Michael Winner)
  1. 1900 (Director: Bernardo Bertolucci)
  2. 20th Century Oz (Director: Chris Löfvén)
  3. 69 Minutes (Director: Ian Morrison)
  4. A Small Town In Texas (Director: Jack Starrett)
  5. A Star Is Born (Director: Frank Pierson)
  6. Ain’t That Just Like A Honkey! (Director: Charles Hardon)
  7. Alex + The Gypsy (Director: John Korty)
  8. Alice, Sweet Alice (Communion) (Director: Alfred Sole)
  9. Angels (Director: Spencer Compton)
  10. Assault On Precinct 13 (Director: John Carpenter)
  11. Attention les yeux! (Director: Gérard Pirès)
  12. Bathtime In Bangkok (Director: Sigi Rothemund)
  13. Black Cobra Woman (Director: Joe D’Amato)
  14. Black Dragon vs. The Yellow Tiger (Director: unknown)
  15. Black Heat (Director: Al Adamson)
  16. Black Shampoo (Director: Greydon Clark)
  17. Blind Rage (Director: Efren C. Piñon)
  18. Blood Voyage (Director: Frank Mitchell)
  19. Bobbie Jo + The Outlaw (Director: Mark L. Lester)
  20. Breaking Point (Director: Bob Clark)
  21. Brotherhood Of Death (Director: Bill Berry)
  22. Bruce Lee Fights Back From The Grave (Director: Doo-yong Lee)
  23. Bruce Lee: The Man, The Myth (Director: See-Yuen Ng)
  24. Bruce’s Deadly Fingers (Director: Joseph Velasco)
  25. C.B. Hustlers (Director: Stu Segall)
  26. Cannonball! (Director: Paul Bartel)
  27. Carrie (Director: Brian De Palma)
  28. Cat Murkil + The Silks (Director: John A. Bushelman)
  29. Challenge Of The Masters (Chia-Liang Liu)
  30. Chesty Anderson, U.S. Navy (Director: Ed Forsyth)
  31. Crime + Passion (Director: Ivan Passer)
  32. Cry Your Purple Heart Out (Director: Ogden Lowell)
  33. Crypt Of Dark Secrets (Director: Jack Weis)
  34. Date With A Kidnapper (Director: Frederick R. Friedel)
  35. Death Journey (Director: Fred Williamson)
  36. Death Kiss (Director: Kostas Karagiannis)
  37. Death Machines (Director: Paul Kyriazi)
  38. Death Rage (Director: Antonio Margheriti)
  39. Death Of A Snowman (Director: Christopher Rowley)
  40. Dirty Ho (Director: Chia-Liang Liu)
  41. Dogs (Director: Burt Brinckerhoff)
  42. Dona Flor + Her Two Husbands (Director: Bruno Barreto)
  43. Dr. Black, Dr. Hyde (Director: William Crain)
  44. Drive-In Massacre (Director: Stu Segall)
  45. Drum (Directors: Steve Carver + Burt Kennedy)
  46. East End Hustle (Director: Frank Vitale)
  47. Eaten Alive (Director: Tobe Hooper)
  48. Emanuelle In Bangkok (Director: Joe D’Amato)
  49. The Awakening Of Emily (Director: Henry Herbert)
  50. Emma Mae (Director: Jamaa Fanaka)
  51. Emmanuelle bianca e nera (Director: Mario Pinzauti)
  52. Emanuelle On Taboo Island (Director: Enzo D’Ambrosio)
  53. Everyday (Director: George B. Britton)
  54. Evil Heritage (Satan’s Slave) (Director: Norman J. Warren)
  55. Exit The Dragon, Enter The Tiger (Director: Tso Nam Lee)
  56. Face To Face (Director: Ingmar Bergman)
  57. Fellini’s Casanova (Director: Federico Fellini)
  58. Fighting Mad (Director: Jonathan Demme)
  59. Find The Lady (Director: John Trent)
  60. Forever Emmanuelle (Directors: Emmanuelle Arsan, Roberto D'Ettorre Piazzoli, + Louis-Jacques Rollet-Andriane)
  61. The Far Side Of Paradise (Director: Arturo Ripstein)
  62. Gable + Lombard (Director: Sidney J. Furie)
  63. Gang Wars (Director: Barry Rosen)
  64. Getting Together (Director: David Secter)
  65. God’s Gun (Director: Gianfranco Parolini)
  66. God Told Me To (Director: Larry Cohen)
  67. Goodbye, Norma Jean (Director: Larry Buchanan)
  68. Holiday Hookers (Director: Armando Nannuzzi)
  69. Hollywood Boulevard (Directors: Allan Arkush + Joe Dante)
  70. Hollywood High (Director: Patrick Write
  71. The Dirty Half-Dozen (Director: Cesar Gallardo)
  72. I Will...I Will...For Now (Director: Norman :Panama)
  73. Ilsa, Harem Keeper Of The Oil Sheiks (Director: Don Edmonds)
  74. Inhibitions (Director: Paolo Poeti)
  75. International Assassin (Director: Shan-His Ting)
  76. J.D.’s Revenge (Director: Arthur Marks)
  77. Jack The Ripper (Director: Jesús Franco)
  78. Jackson County Jail (Director: Michael Miller)
  79. Joshua (Director: Larry G. Spangler)
  80. Karate Kiba (Directors: Ryuichi Takamori + Simon Nuchtern)
  81. Karate Warriors (Director: Kazuhiko Yamaguchi)
  82. The Diamond Mercenaries (Director: Val Guest)
  83. Kilma, Queen Of The Amazons (Director: Miguel Iglesias)
  84. L’innocente (Director: Luchino Visconti)
  85. La professoressa di scienze naturali (Director: Michele Massimo Tarantini)
  86. Li Xiao Long yu wo (Director: Mar Lo)
  87. Lipstick (Director: Lamont Johnson)
  88. Little Girl...Big Tease (Director: Roberto Mitrotti)
  89. Long jia jiang (Director: Hao Chen)
  90. Lumiere (Director: Jeanne Moreau)
  91. Mad Dog Morgan (Director: Philippe Mora)
  92. Man On The Roof (Director: Bo Widerberg)
  93. Mansion Of The Damned (Director: Michael Pataki)
  94. Marathon Man (Director: John Schlesinger)
  95. Massacre At Central High (Director: Rene Daalder)
  96. Master Of The Flying Guillotine (Director: Yu Wang)
  97. Mean Johnny Barrows (Director Fred Williamson)
  98. Mickey + Nicky (Director: Elaine May)
  99. My Friends Need Killing (Director: Paul Leger)
  100. Nashville Girl (Director: Gus Trikonis)
  101. Network (Director: Sidney Lumet)
  102. New Fists Of Fury (Director: Wei Lo)
  103. Next Stop, Greenwich Village (Director: Paul Mazursky)
  104. No Way Back (Director: Fred Williamson)
  105. Now We’ve Seen It All (Director: Georges Lautner)
  106. Redneck Miller (Director: John Clayton)
  107. Revenge Of The Cheerleaders (Director: Richard Lerner)
  108. Rulers Of The City (Director: Fernando Di Leo)
  109. Sammy Somebody (Director: Joseph Adler)
  110. Schizo (Director: Pete Walker)
  111. Scorchy (Director: Howard Avedis)
  112. Sex With A Smile (Director: Sergio Martino)
  113. Shadows In An Empty Room (Director: Alberto De Martino)
  114. Shao Lin men (Director: John Woo)
  115. Shoot (Director: Harvey Hart)
  116. Slumber Party ’57 (Director: William A. Levey)
  117. Sonny Chiba’s “Dragon Princess” (Director: Yu Kohira)
  118. Spanish Fly (Director: Bob Kellett)
  119. Squirm (Director: Jeff Lieberman)
  120. Stay Hungry (Director: Bob Rafelson)
  121. Street People (Directors: Maurizio Lucidi + Guglielmo Garroni)
  122. Submission (Director: Salvatore Samperi)
  123. Surreal Estate (Director: Eduardo de Gregorio)
  124. Survive! (Director: René Cardona)
  125. Take All Of Me (Director: Luigi Cozzi)
  126. Taxi Driver (Director: Martin Scorsese)
  127. Tea For Three (Director: Gerhard Janda)
  128. The Amorous Adventures Of Don Quixote + Sancho Panza (Director: Raphael Nussbaum)
  129. The Bawdy Adventures Of Tom Jones (Director: Cliff Owen)
  130. The Beach Bunnies (Director: Stephen C. Apostolof)
  131. The Best (Director: Mino Guerrini)
  132. The Booby Hatch (Directors: Rudy Ricci + John A. Russo)
  133. The Captive: The Longest Drive II (Director: Lee H. Katzin)
  134. The Cassandra Crossing (Director: George P. Cosmatos)
  135. The Clown Murders (Director: Martyn Burke)
  136. The Confessional (House Of Mortal Sin) (Director: Pete Walker)
  137. The Death Collector (Director: Ralph De Vito)
  138. The Electric Chair (Director: J.G. Patterson, Jr.)
  139. The Enforcer (Director: James Fargo)
  140. The First Nudie Musical (Directors: Mark Haggard + Bruce Kimmel)
  141. The Girls Who’ll Do Anything (Director: Boaz Davidson)
  142. The Great Texas Dynamite Chase (Director: Michael Pressman)
  143. The House By The Lake (Director: William Fruet)
  144. The Human Tornado (Director: Cliff Roquemore)
  145. The Inheritance (Director: Mauro Bolognini)
  146. The Insatiable Widow (Director: Armando Bo)
  147. The Keeper (Director: T.Y. Drake)
  148. The Killer Inside Me (Director: Burt Kennedy)
  149. The Killing Of A Chinese Bookie (Director: John Cassavetes)
  150. The Last Affair (Director: Henri Charr)
  151. The Last Hard Men (Director: Andrew V. McLaglen)
  152. The Man Who Fell To Earth (Director: Nicolas Roeg)
  153. The Money (Director: Chuck Workman)
  154. The Muthers (Director: Cirio H. Santiago)
  155. The Next Man (Director: Richard C. Sarafian)
  156. The Night Of The Askari (Director: Jürgen Goslar)
  157. The Omen (Director: Richard Donner)
  158. The People Who Own The Dark (Director: León Klimovsky)
  159. The Pom Pom Girls (Director: Joseph Ruben)
  160. The Ritz (Director: Richard Lester)
  161. The River Niger (Director: Krishna Shah)
  162. The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With The Sea (Director: Lewis John Carlino)
  163. The Student Body (Director: Gus Trikonis)
  164. The Tenant (Director: Roman Polanski)
  165. The Tough Ones (Director: Umberto Lenzi)
  166. The Town That Dreaded Sundown (Director: Charles B. Pierce)
  167. The Ups + Downs Of A Handyman (Director: John Sealey)
  168. The Witch Who Came From The Sea (Director: Matt Cimber)
  169. The Yum Yum Girls (Director: Barry Rosen)
  170. Things To Come (Director: Derek Todd)
  171. To The Devil A Daughter (Director: Peter Sykes)
  172. Trackdown (Director: Richard T. Heffron)
  173. Tunnel Vision (Directors: Neal Israel + Bradley R. Swirnoff)
  174. Two Minute Warning (Director: Larry Peerce)
  175. Velluto nero (Director: Brunello Rondi)
  176. Velvet Smooth (Director: Michael Fink)
  177. Welcome To L.A. (Director: Alan Rudolph)
  178. Werewolf Woman (Director: Rino Di Silvestro)
  179. Who Can Kill A Child? (Director: Narciso Ibáñez Serrador)
  180. Whose Child Am I? (Director: Gerry O’Hara)
  181. Young Dragon (Director: Joseph Kuo)
  182. Zhong yuan biao ju (Director: Yang Ming Tsai)
X (most later re-rated R or re-released sans rating altogether)
  1. Annie (Director: Massimo Dallamano)
  2. Bloodsucking Freaks (Director: Joel M. Reed)
  3. Deported Women Of The SS Special Section (Director: Rino Di Silvestro)
  4. In The Realm Of The Senses (Director: Nagisa Ôshima) (later re-rated NC-17)
  5. Sebastiane (Directors: Paul Humfress + Derek Jarman)
  6. The Last Woman (Director: Marco Ferreri)
  7. Trauma (Director: James Kenelm Clarke)
  8. Up! (Director: Russ Meyer)
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2016.03.10 23:33 helpmeHesCrazed HELP! My boyfriend is a solid 10/10 but his mood swings and emotional state is absolutely too much.

My boyfriend [29] is an outrageously gorgeous 5'8 guy with the most perfect brown hair and big green eyes and just sexiest beard and body. His ass is also fucking massive- the biggest ass I've ever seen on a white guy. I am not hyping him up because we're together. I am pretty secure and he made ME feel insecure with my own looks when he messaged me-- I thought I was being catfished. I actually really truly thought someone picked up a picture from america's top model or something and was catfishing. I seriously think he is actually more attractive than even Nyle DiMarco who DID win the model contest.
Soon as we met in person I fell for him hard. He is also brilliant because he is an engineer. So this absolutely drop dead gorgeous guy who is like model quality went all over me and showed interest and was REALLY into it. This guy was all over me like butter over sliced bread. He authentically seemed to give a fuck, which is weird because most guys I've dated just wanted sex or didn't give a damn about me as a person.
But especially lately he has become completely neurotic. He keeps crying out randomly that I will leave him and will start bawling uncontrollably, he will throw rage tantrums when he is on the computer playing games saying horrifically cruel and nasty things that blow me away. Like he played league of legends and swore at the top of his lungs for a solid half hour.
If I take him to gay events he becomes incredibly condescending saying how everyone there works some medicore job at starbucks or something and how they're all ugly and stupid and should try reading a book. I told him I wasn't okay with this, and I had a stern talking to with him-- he made even me feel insecure because I am only a pipefitter for fucks sake.
But when I had this talk he started crying and hugged me begging me for forgiveness and saying he'd do anything at all for me to stay with him. I tried to comfort him but he literally just snuggled himself into me and cried nonstop to the point where I had to lay down on the floor of my apartment till he fell asleep and I carried him into the bed. It was like our talk traumatized him. The next morning he was still crying and I had to cuddle him for hours before he even got out of bed-- he called in sick to work that day.
One thing that stuck hard was that he said he was jealous of other guys and how he never felt loved or cared about and that he was envious of them all and so he doesn't mean to throw a tantrum.
I don't know what to do. He is amazingly hot, super brilliant and has an amazing personality when he isn't in one of these emotional things. If I could keep his emotional state in check he would be 11/10 marriage material and I would be the happiest man ever.
But he literally seems to go into these emotional breakouts and I am overwhelmed instantly. I did try and suggest him seek therapy and then he broke down into another crying fit saying how I was betraying him and how he was going to lose his career and how I thought he was a mental case and everything. Like he seriously thought I was outright against him... he thought I was trying to hurt him when I suggested this.
That was days ago now, but I can't stop worrying about him.
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2012.07.19 17:28 tabledresser [Table] IAmA: a pornographer for 12 years. I shoot/produce and perform in adult movies. AMA NWS

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Have tubes put a dent in your business at all? Huge dent in the business. It is pretty much how Napster effected the music industry. While there are lots of torrents as well, tube sites fulfill that instant gratification that consumers seek when looking for adult content. Since the US Government isn't going to really come after them for copyright violation due to the nature of the content, these sites are able to post massive amounts of videos that they don't own.
Do you think your line of work has had an affect on your love life? By love, I don't mean sex. I mean has it affected long-term relationships? If so, has it been good or bad? Do you think your line of work has given you insight into human sexuality? Do you consider yourself a ladies man (and if so, were you one prior to getting into the industry)? Etc. It is extremely difficult to have a relationship and do this for a living. In all seriousness if I wanted a long term relationship I would probably need to exit the industry. I have tried in the past and at first they are always understanding, but it eventually becomes an issue. I understand why, but I just don't view sex in generally the same way as others. I am not convinced that people are truly monogamous. I think in people's heads monogamy is perfect concept, but we often want or desire others no matter what.
I would say my line of work has more so given my insight into how complex sexuality really is. It has so many layers to it and that is somewhat fascinating to me. It is not as simple as something bad happened to this person, so that is why they are into this or into that.
I'm certainly no "ladies man". That made me chuckle. I've had my luck and certainly my fair share of rejections. I am far too neurotic to be anything like that.
Ever filmed anything that disgusted you? If so, what? I am not a big fan of group sex. I'm slightly germaphobic and once shot this huge orgy for this really big movie. It was all the top performers, about 25 of them having sex in the middle of august and the scene went on for hours and hours. After it was over I went outside and threw up.
Lol please elaborate on the scene... perhaps the name i got to see this. The orgy scene in Fashonistas 2. It featured Sasha Grey in her first scene and included Belladonna, Manuel Ferrara, Erik Everhard, Sandra Romain, Adrianna Nicole, Annette Swartz, Flower Tucci and even more then I can remember. There was so much kinetic energy that after hours of shooting this I think I was so amped out of my mind that my body didn't know how to handle the sensory overload.
Whoa whoa you shot Sasha Grey's first scene? Pret-ty cool, man. Did you have a feeling at the time that she was going to get big? She surprised me for sure when she started her scene with Rocco Siffredi and told him to punch her... I remember thinking to myself "did I just hear her really say that?"
Ever work with melissa lauren? when she was younger she looked exactly like my fiance that passed away. just curious. Yeah I shot Melissa when she was fairly new and only spoke French still. I then shot her several times before she left the industry, and she had changed her look and spoke nearly perfect English by then. Real nice girl. She left the business and got married and I think lives in Ireland or something like that. I could be wrong, so don't quote me on it.
Have you ever been shut down by the police or authorities while in the middle of a shoot? Do they fine you for not using condoms? No. The condom ordinance is not being enforced yet, because they have no way to enforce it. The current issue is that while shooting porn is completely legal in California the city of LA requires you to have a film permit. So the LAPD is always on the hunt for non permitted shoots.
Aren't you worried about STD's? We as an industry have a set rule of requiring a panel of tests every 28 to 30 days. There is no law that a test is required, just the industry put this practice into place.
I'm not going to pretend it never happens. Certainly it does on occasion happen, but it is not frequent. Obviously the big concern is HIV, but that hasn't happened on the straight side of the industry since the incident with Darren James in 2004.
HIV testing is getting far more precise and faster detection. The reality is the chances of getting HIV from regular vaginal sex is extremely rare and not something I would even be worried about. I have a better chance of getting killed driving on the 405.
Instead it is more so weird things you have to worry about like Staph Infections or UTI's. Nothing deadly, just painful.
How do they track down an un-permitted shoot? And doesn't that come off as a little bit like profiteering? I mean, doesn't the already stretched thin police force have real criminals to catch and not people who aren't hurting anyone? Tldr; fuck the police. Lately the LADP and Vice have been using twitter and other social networking sites to try and target where scenes or webcam studios are being shot. Also some locations used for shooting are used over and over and are known as adult shoot locations. They attempt to discover those and then will come there. I have even been on set when LAPD will fly over locations that are gated or private to see if they can confirm a shoot is happening.
What about things like the herpes and HPV that you really can't test for...? It seems like these things might break out in normal settings. It is certainly a possibility.
I see you grabbing Lexi's ass in one of the pics, how was it? I've done scenes with her. She is very lovely.
Out of all the girls you've worked with who do you think enjoys performing their scenes the most? Jenna Haze during the heigh of her career was incredible. Rebeca Linares, Rachel Starr, Jada Stevens, Gia DiMarco and Asa Akira all really get into their scenes. It is completely genuine.
From a womans point of view, I really enjoy Asa Akira's movies because of how genuine she seems. For me there are two things that totally turn me off in porn, a woman who looks bored, and a guy who keeps his socks on. I hate socks too. I scream about them on set.
Have you shagged Ms. Linares? She's one of my favorite performers. Quite the hardworking lass, isn't she? I've been lucky to do several scenes with all the girls I mentioned including Rebeca.
Does it piss you off when male performers cannot get "wood"? Yes. Very much so. It ruins your day and can cost lots of money out of pocket. Everyone is relying on them. They can't perform then the day is lost. That is a ton of wasted money.
Is that a big problem (frequency wise)? Not usually, but it depends on the kind of budgets you have and what caliber of male talent you can hire. The best male performers cost a decent amount, but your paying for nearly a guaranteed solid performance by having them.
If that ever happens have you just performed the scenes yourself? Very very rarely. In this day and age everything is shot based on niche and context. If the scene involved specific scenarios I can't just put myself in it.
Have you worked with Tori Black? Yes I have shot and worked with Tori many times.
Also what is the funniest thing you've encountered or seen during a shoot? Your going to hate me but right now I can't recall a really funny or hysterical moment on set. I tend to be kind of serious when I am working so sometimes I get pissed if people goof off too much.
Weirdest thing? Weird is relative, but I would say I think it is really weird when parents drop their kids off on set or come to set to see them.
What's Lexi Belle like in real life? Adorable and very sweet easy going chick.
Yet she hates "male talent." She regularly mocks on twitter male talent falling for her. Well... it is bad for the scene and makes her job far more difficult.
Do you ever meet a girl that wants to get into porn and lol in your head about how unattractive she is? Lots of new perspective female performers stream into LA on a weekly basis. It would be nearly impossible to shoot them all. There are more now then ever. In my situation I'm so after quality over quantity. I tend to shoot the same tier of girls over and over.
Do you find that lesser established photographers will take whatever they can get? Sure... there are low end shooters who will shoot whomever in order to save money or simply to churn out mediocre product.
How profitable is a typical movie? How much money did you make last year? Profit can greatly depend on who is making it and how it is being sold. Also profit of what... the first month of release or the life of a movie or the life of a membership site?
Some movies could yield a very small profit maybe 10 to 15%, while other movies that catch on for whatever reason could easily make a 50% profit.
I personally make in the low six figure range. What people often don't understand is I run a small business. I am a freelancer. So that means I have to cover all my equipment myself, taxes take up a decent chunk of change - it is not cheap doing business in California or LA and then insurance I have to keep. I would be well off if I didn't have any of those expenses.
Are you proud of yourself knowing that you've had sex with females that hundreds of thousands of loads have been blown to? It is not really my personality. I'm far too neurotic of a person. I'm extremely tough on myself.
How old were you when your learned Unix and how you learn it? Like a certain book or website. Well I was in my early 20's. I first started using it for course work at UMASS and just began spending lots of time interacting with my shell account. Before UNIX I learned VMS, which was such an awful OS. I also worked as a student for a UNIX admin and he taught me so much stuff about UNIX. In terms of books though I basically consumed every O'Reilly book on UNIX I could.
I was in my early 20's and I learned it from alot of books, mostly O'Reilly books and also from a Senior Admin that I worked under before becoming an Admin myself.
I have but one question... What do you feel about condoms in porn? I think they ruin the fantasy. Just like if you saw wires on a stuntman in a movie.
Yout mentioned you performed as well, was that planned, or were you "filling in" for someone at the time, or just got aroused and joined in? I mentioned Joey Silvera in my main post. Joey really pushed me to try it. His reasoning is you can't be a good shooter, if you don't understand what performers mentally have to endure. He was 100% right. You learn so much about yourself and it really helps you direct the talent much more effectively.
Heheh "pushed you into it" Certainly ED drugs are a factor, but it is not something out in the open. Usually we can tell when someone takes them because there face is very flushed and red. The problem with ED drugs is often it can cause problems for the pop shot. It tends to inhibit this.
Is viagra and other drugs like that common in the industry? Another thing sometimes used is a precursor to ED pills. It is called Caverject and it is something you can actually inject into the tip or shaft of the penis. However, it is not designed for frequent use and because of that can cause problems down the road.
How many of the stars have you had sexy time with? I've probably done about 100 scenes... maybe more. You also tend to "date" or socialize with the people you work with. I feel weird giving it an exact number, but a decent amount I guess would be the answer.
Do you like the variety? Do you think having sex with the same person 400x times would be better or worse than having sex with 400x different people? I mean I won't lie pretend like it isn't nice having a variety. I think men like new sex partners like women love new shoes.
I can't really comment on whether it is better then having sex with the same person 400 times, because it is really up to the individual what they prefer.
I found that if I do things I enjoy doing at work, such as programming, can get old and its harder to enjoy them while at home since I did it all day. Does sex ever become like this for you? Not sex really, but there are times when I am like "if I have to pick up this god damn camera one more day in a row..." I hate bringing my camera to any social event because then it feels like I am working.
Classy and modest! I can't say I would be the same if I were in your position. I would probably wake up every day grinning like a fool because I make six figures having sex with dream girls and coming up with funny porn dialogue. I would be a cocky bastard, how do you do it? Hahaha... I'm not sure how to answer that. I can't take myself that seriously. I could also wake up tomorrow and it could all be over. I don't really sit around and do any sort of self congratulations. It simply isn't my nature.
How do I participate in a Bukkake? Fly to Japan? It isn't something very often shot here in the states anymore. Very rare now.
The Cum On Her Face, Tampa Bukkake, Brandon Iron stuff isn't shot in the states still? There are a ton of blow bangs/ bukkake scenes.. Guess you would know better than I though.. Brandon Iron hasn't lived in the US for a couple years.
How big is your dick? I've never measured it.
If you could travel in time and have sex with one person that has ever lived, who it would it be and why? Wow... great question. I need to think on this one...
I've seen some "ropes" that were just insane. Are they all natural? If not what is the fake jizz made out of? Peter North is often the king of the large pop shot. At the end of the day it is pretty much all genetic. However, things like Zinc due seem to increase the volume, but not really the force behind it.
Fake cumshots - ie Cumshot Surprise - is made from baking soda mix. Pina Colda wasmore so in the past. For photos the cleanser Citaphil is also used.
Ever get sprayed with jizz, while on set? Haha.. no. It is usually aimed towards the female talent. They would have to literally turn around and aim for me or the pop shot would need to be the "magic bullet" pop shot.
I apologize if this is a dumb question. In a lot of movies, the set is often in a really nice expensive house. Who owns these houses? What's the process involved in finding a set? Great question. We use the same location agencies that mainstream uses. Basically homeowner of the super nice house decides they want to make extra money and rent their house out. They contact location agency and list their house for rent for shooting. The agent in turn asks if they will allow adult. Some homeowners will and some won't.
I then book the house through the agent and pay typically an hourly or full day rate to use their house as a location to shoot at.
Are owners allowed to stick around and watch the scenes being filmed? are they asked to leave the premises? It is in very bad taste if they are creepy and watch. They will basically ruin their side business because no one will come back and shoot at their place.
After you shoot a video, do you always have to to "jerk one out"? No... there is so much work that goes into shooting a scene that it doesn't really even cross my mind. Your more focused on the job at hand.
Ever have to send a girl home because she's too ugly? I know who I am shooting before hand. The only reason a girl might get sent home if she suddenly has a tattoo that is new and not accounted for or has radically changed her look, like her hair. Also if she has any kind of bruising, that can cause a girl to be sent home.
Are new tattoos bad or a health risk? Not bad, it is just that you could be shooting a specific piece of content that might be geared towards the girl not having them. If she suddenly shows up with a giant tattoo then she can't really do the scene.
Have you ever jacked off to one of your own videos? Many many times.
Porn dicks.. who had the most impressive? In terms of size it would be guys like Mandingo, Lex Steele, Shane Diesel.
Do you ever use a stunt cock? Not really... obviously shoot all the established male performers in the business as well.
Are you willing to shoot transgender or gay films? I have shot TS content... I worked for Joey for years. He is the king of the TS genre.
At some point does even porn become mundane? I mean I guess it can. I think its obvious I really enjoy what I do for a living, but I understand outside my little bubble it is very strange to the regular world. I guess for me the mundane parts are the daily conversations I have the most people would be embarrassed over. I would say it is more about it just becoming "normal" rather then mundane. I have to get my blood drawn every 28 days. That seems strange to most people, but after doing it for nearly 10 years I don't even think about it anymore.
While I doubt anyone would shit on making a great living and love it at the same time how does your family feel about it? It is what it is. Entertainment. But I'm sure every family has a few people that just don't approve. Not that "cousin Jill's" opinion changes anything. I am not very close to my family. I don't have a bad relationship with them, but I just don't have anything in common. Before I used to feel bad for that. I just eventually realized I am more own person and we can agree to disagree. Certainly it is not viewed well, but I don't do drugs. I don't even consume alcohol. My only vice is my strong interest in sex. It certainly doesn't help mend fences, because it is somewhat this elephant in the room.
Let's face it, people watch porn to get off. But in your situation you can't exactly whip out your dick and start. Do you have a method of reducing hard-ons and/or controlling them? It is not something that happens for a variety of reasons. Namely, I am around this nearly everyday. Your also on a set. There are lots of people on set with you. It isn't this very intimate surrounding. The companies I produce content for take it seriously and so the environment is serious. Your also working, often hard. Lots of things that have to be completed and only so much time to do them in. So you end up focusing on the task at end and creating the product and not on yourself.
Kevin Moore, as in Ex-Dream Theater keyboardist? HAHA... I wonder if he knows...
Have you ever worked with James Deen? Many many times...
Do you know my friend Fazle? I've never had the joy of meeting Fazle. I wonder if we met if the universe would explode... or implode.
Also, was it easy for you to make the transition into the adult film industry? No - not easy at all. For some reason though I was focused and kept at it and it paid off. It is fairly easy for girls. If your serious and want to get into it on the performing side feel free to contact me: [email protected].
How much money would my wife make if she did pron? Depends how attractive she is, what kind of scenes she is willing to do and how well of a performer she would be. If she is a dead fish, then not much. The sky is limit otherwise.
Do the actors ever have sex off camera just for fun? or hook up after "work" ? Yes it happens frequently. You tend to date the people you work with and since the performers have sex with each other anyways, it makes sense they would take it off camera.
Is Gianna Michaels really that intimidating? I feel like SHE fucks YOU and not vice versa, no matter who you are. Yes, Gianna has a very strong personality. She is tall and has a very "tom boy" vibe to her.
Horde or Alliance? I have both, but mostly played Alliance. My main is a druid healer.
Kevin Moore? Here's my question, why did you leave Dream Theater? Was it a conflict of personality with the rest of the band, or did you just move beyond progressive music as a whole? Funny.
Again, I know you can't speak for other peoples experiences but I have always been curious about what the world really is like. I've always told people if you came to a set you would quickly find out how boring it all is. Anyone of truly close friends that I have brought to set always says that to me.
Dude are you totally psyched for counter strike go or what? No, I never much liked CS. I was always a much bigger Quake fan and I like that sort of hyper universe of rocket jumping and strafe jumping. I love the speed that Quake was at. I don't like realism in video games.
You tend to shoot mostly Gonzo/ plotless type movies. Do you have any interest in more scripted work? I actually shoot a ton of features as a camera operator and photographer. I just don't work as a director. For the last five years I've shot for this romance company called Sweetheart Films and Sweetsinner Films.
Do you ever collaborate with other film companies, like Max Hardcore, Or Kelly Madison Productions, or Porn Fidelity or other people in general? I work as a camera operator and photographer for other directors. So I collaborate with people all the time. Just none of the ones you mentioned.
I'm a dude, 24. I would love to star in a porn flick. Not embarassed at all to get a woody or be naked in front of people. Im down, wanna hire me for a shoot? I don't risk money on unproven new guys. I leave that up to other studios and the agents that bring new talent into the industry.
Do you play quake today? Quake Live? I'm so pissed.. went to play some quake live and my account from the fucking beta was pruned. Really depressed me... lost all my achievements.
Not sure if I missed it, but what is the state of your current editing rig? And do you find your cat is judgemental? That is sweet innocence exposed to a different view of the world. Kev0r editing vids in tighty whiteys. I have a 8 core Mac Pro with 16 gigs of RAM and three monitors. I edit on Final Cut.
Me and my girlfriend like shooting nude pics of her, do you have some tips and tricks to make em more proffesional? As in poses, angles and photoshopping. Lighting is really the key. You can have a mediocre camera but if you understand great lighting the photos will look good. Also software like Lightroom will also allow you to really get the most out of your photos. I would suggest reading up as much as you can about lighting techniques, especially ones with demonstrations and some good tutorials on how to touch up with Lightroom.
Are those fuck team videos actually porn stars with regular guys? Yes - but the guys aren't always regular guys. Some are, but they also hire ringers, which are new guys trying to get into the business or guys that don't work very often.
True story, the kid with the curly hair from Project X was in a scene for fuck team five.
Random Question: Statistically, they say the Internet is about 40% porn. What percentage of porn do you believe you starred in or directed? Out of ALL the porn that has EVER been produced? Jesus maybe 5%... maybe even less.
I shoot about 20 to 25 scenes a month on average. That is 240 scenes a year... probably about 2500 scenes in ten years.
Which pornstar was your best fuck? Geez... so many it is hard to compare. Jenna Haze, Rebeca Linares, Rachel Starr, Jada Stevens, Gia DiMarco, Erica Fontes...
Here is my question, Have you bought any good games on the Steam Summer Sale? Honestly have not. I think the last game I bought on steam was Rage and DeusEx: Human Revolution
What is the average size of most of your male performers when fully erect? Probably somewhere between 8 to 10 inches.
So what are the relationships like between people in the industry? Like if I was you in that picture with Lexi, I'd just say hey, kiss her, and put my finger in her butt. If I wanted to put my finger in Lexi while I said hi to her would she mind? I'm nearly positive she would mind.
How does the taxpayer learn about this in the first place. I had no idea this was going on. It is even more complicated then that.
There is this whole issue now with condoms. It is so complicated I'm not even sure how to explain it but basically this group called AHF was able to get the city of LA to pass an ordinance that condoms were now required for adult movies. It will also be on the November ballet for the entire county.
Now the city and county are having to try and enforce this and they have no clue how to. It is a giant cluster fuck.
Do you ever film gay porn. I know it's not your typical shoot but I'm sure sometimes offers just come through. It's not like it's remarkably different. This isn't really a question but a quick search shows that you have quite the nice hammer. The two industries are very separate. Gay performers aren't as comfortable around straight shooters. It is better to have gay shooters do the job. You would think it isn't that different, but it is.
I want to see a porno where the two people are having sex and then they tell each other "I love you". The Romance series from New Sensations and/or Sweetsinner Films.
I hate to rain on the parade and be a grammar Nazi, but PLEASE, for the love of all that is holy and/or unholy, use the correct version of "you're." Reading "your" as a replacement for "you are" brings up awful memories of high school and the often low IQ students within. I am literally replying to hundreds of messages and staying up late on night. I really don't care if you have an issue with it. The amount of time and effort to keep replying at a brisk pace is going to incur misspellings. Get over it.
Haha holy cow i read about the drama between you and patrick bateman just the other day. No drama... he had far more drama from the guy who called the FBI on him.
Kevin, i think, that Reddit as whole would like to hear more about wang fractures. Guys breaking their dicks? It absolutely happens. It is grisly from the details I got about a year ago from someone who was present during one of these accidents.
The girl was in reverse cow girl and she was going pretty hard and the guy popped out of her and she came down very hard on his dick basically breaking it. They described it as blood just shooting out of it non stop and the whole thing turning purple. He eventually had to get surgery and lost an inch or two on the length of his penis.
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