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Movie Buffs

Movies Buffs exist in a culture all on their own, and that's why we've dedicated this part of Cinelinx entirely to them.  Here we'll be gathering unique and interesting stories dealing with movie buff culture direct to the people who care about it the most. 

Another Film Podcast Episode 9: The Artist / City Lights

Judson & Collin are here to contradict everything they said about the Oscars last week as they examine the legacy of The Artist and discuss Charlie Chaplin's City Lights and how it gave the silent film industry a small boom before the talkies took complete control of Hollywood. They also briefly discuss HBO's Girls and give a shoutout to the gentlemen of the Atlantic Screen Connection.

King Kong vs. King Kong

It’s time for a King Kong version of March Madness! Now that we’ve seen the newest iteration of the mighty King Kong, we’re going to put him in a hypothetical brawl against his forbearers to see who is the mightiest of the Kongs.

Eight Little-Known Facts About King Kong

The latest movie to bring the super-sized simian Kong to the big screen, Kong: Skull Island, comes out today. Kong is a very well-known movie monster, but there are some things you probably don’t know about the Eighth Wonder of the World. Here are seven bits of trivia about King Kong.

Another Film Podcast Episode 7: The Shining / The VVitch

Judson & Collin are back and talkin' horror this week! They talk Kubrick's horror masterpiece The Shining & Robert Eggers masterful debut The VVitch; they also talk about American sexual Puritanism, The Birth of a Nation, the moon landing, even work in a mention of There Will Be Blood - fancy that!

Ranked: Every Planet of the Apes Film

This summer, the latest Planet of the Apes film hits theaters. Join us as we take a look at this decade-spanning science fiction franchise and rank its films from worst to best.

Does Logan Transcend the Super Hero Genre?

With Logan getting such great reviews, it’s become one of the best received comic book adaptations ever, both with fans and critics. Is this film good enough to be considered in the same class as The Dark Knight, and overcome the label of being a “super hero movie”?

Is the Fantastic Four Dead as a Film Franchise?

There have been four not-so-fantastic attempts to bring Marvel’s Fantastic Four to the big screen. After so many failures, is there still hope for this foursome as a film franchise? Without even a comic book on the market to help promote it, is there any hope for a future FF film or is the damage already done?

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