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Movies, shows, seasons, and episodes I plan to watch.

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A list of superhero movies I've seen or that I want to see ;)

Note : if you know a film that can be added to this list don't hesitate to leave a comment.

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These are not the best episodes, but the ones most important for catching up with the X-Files mythology.

With The X-Files coming back to TV in the not-too-distant future, I figure people are going to start watching the series to catch up. It's a long series with a complicated plot, and only some of the episodes are about that plot. So for those wanting to rewatch the show but not sift through the entire series, these are the essential episodes of The X-Files.

The first movie takes place between seasons five and six is and important. The second movie takes place after the series.

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Lists will be updated with new series and episodes or movies or suggested by anyone as they are released or if you have an idea for a list email me at: [email protected]

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cloned from - sg0's PlatinumTV by sg0

A curated collection of "premium" programming.

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Documentary series, films and episodes that explore sex and society.

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Includes real or extreme simulated sex scenes.

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cloned from Sexy Movies by TorontoGuy

The steamiest mainstream movies that I have seen.

Feel free to recommend others for viewing.

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Note: Two of the films were not on the IMDB, therefore not added. They will be added soon though

The 100+ Most Controversial Films of All-Time: Films always have the ability to anger us, divide us, shock us, disgust us, and more. Usually, films that inspire controversy, outright boycotting, picketing, banning, censorship, or protest have graphic sex, violence, homosexuality, religious, political or race-related themes and content. They usually push the envelope regarding what can be filmed and displayed on the screen, and are considered taboo, "immoral" or "obscene" due to language, drug use, violence and sensuality/nudity or other incendiary elements. Inevitably, controversy helps to publicize these films and fuel the box-office receipts.

Controversy-invoking films may be from almost any genre - documentaries, westerns, erotic-thrillers, dramas, horror, comedy, or animated, and more. Standards for what may be considered shocking, offensive or controversial have changed drastically over many decades. From the earliest silent films, to the gunfights in early 30s gangster films, to the mid-60s countercultural changes when the ratings were modified, to current day bloodbaths, violence in films has always stirred controversy. The voluntary ratings system of the Motion Picture Association of America can influence a film's public showing in a theatre -- an NC-17 rating or an unrated film may often close down a film's screening and lead to commercial failure.

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In 2014, we basked in the warm, soothing glow of genre films. While a number of them veered toward the dark and macabre, many of our absolute favorites — like The Grand Budapest Hotel and our #1 of the year, Under the Skin — were divorced from reality — fascinating and brilliant, obviously, but in the realm of the fantastic rather than in the now. 2015 was a tough year, and just a glance at its major news headlines was enough to make us shudder. Our favorite films of the year tended to reflect our increasing anxieties and disillusionment, as our knowledge of rigged systems and fraudulent institutions reached its peak, causing us to feel even more powerless at our inability to combat them.

If the cinema of 2015 was anything for us, it was the year of the social outsider. Disenchantment with reality morphed itself into empowerment via cinematic proxy, giving a voice to the voiceless and face to those normally lost in the crowd. From those thrust into society’s margins due to their race or sexual/gender identities (Field Niggas, Carol, Tangerine, Chi-Raq), drug addiction (Heaven Knows What, Stinking Heaven), or inborn disabilities (the deaf kids in The Tribe) to those forcibly cut off from the outside world (Room) or who simply reveled in giving it a giant, perpetual “fuck you” (Buzzard), characters in our favorite films of the year just flat-out struggled to navigate reality.

Even the settings and environments in this batch of films were unrelentingly vicious and challenging. From the brutal blasts of icy winds in The Hateful Eight and The Revenant and the unforgivingly dry desert landscapes of Mad Max: Fury Road and Timbuktu to land soaked in blood (Crimson Peak), mud, and feces (Hard to Be a God), Mother Earth wasn’t taking any more of our shit and felt compelled to inform us. Even the reliability of good, old-fashioned sex to come through with a little unfettered pleasure and joy came at a hefty price, leaving its characters as reticent sadists (The Duke of Burgundy), with a supernatural being or gang of dominatrices hunting them down (It Follows, R100), or defenseless in a dark, damp European corridor (Spring). Forget about it being hard to be a God; in this year’s cinema, it was hard enough to be a fucking person.

Yet despite all this doom and gloom, our favorite films never wallowed in misery and instead met the trials and tribulations of existence head-on in wildly entertaining and innovative ways, transcending struggles and leaving behind inspiring treatises that left us richer and stronger in the process. No, this was not a defeatist year at movies — quite the opposite, despite the dark shadow cast by its films. Cinema ran into the face of adversity and came away with its fair share of victories that empowered the powerless and touched us all deeply on an experiential and intellectual level. The significance of cinema was exemplified, to loosely paraphrase Godard, not only in its uncanny ability to reflect reality, but in that reflections’ reality to change us for the better. 2015 took us into some dark new territories, but the light it shed upon them may just have made the path ahead a bit clearer." –DEREK SMITH

Source: http://www.tinymixtapes.com/features/2015-favorite-30-films

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Since there is no genre sorting for Watchlists I keep the docs here.
Titles are removed once I've seen them. It's public in case anyone is lurking for something.

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cloned from Pinky Violence by sp1ti

Pinky Violence is a film genre that developed out of the Japanese New Wave in the late sixties and blossomed into it’s own during the early seventies. The term came from the way the films mixed the erotic elements found in Pink Films (a.k.a. Roman Porno) with the action and violence found in Yakuza crime films. They are often grouped in with sexploitation films because of their excessive nudity, over the top gore and low budget production.

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After combing through movie lists from IMDB to Reddit, I think I've created the most complete collection of horror movies that climb inside your skull and mess with your brains.

'Beginner's Guide: Psychological Horror' http://tinyurl.com/j2ygg5w

'What Exactly Is a "Psychological" Horror Film?' http://tinyurl.com/jlp59ue

'Why We Crave Horror Movies' by Stephen King http://tinyurl.com/pm5amx5

'Common Themes in Psychological Thrillers' http://tinyurl.com/hqgtwu5

'Psychological Horror in the Films of David Lynch' http://tinyurl.com/glgmpym

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http://www.indiewire.com/article/stranger-than-fiction-16-documentaries-that-will-blow-your-mind-20150611

This year's Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner (U.S. Documentary) "The Wolfpack" tells a story that's almost too strange to believe: It centers on six teen brothers whose father forced them to spend their entire childhoods locked away from the outside world. With the film opening Friday, here are 16 other unbelievable documentaries.

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cloned from Arrowverse by Rhett. M

Arrowverse viewing order:

This is the simplified list for easy viewing order for Arrowverse!

  • Includes:
    • Arrow
    • Flash
    • Vixen
    • Supergirl
    • DC's Legends of Tomorrow
    • Freedom Fighters: The Ray
    • Constantine: City of Demons

Webisodes (you can find most of these videos at YouTube or at CWtv website):

  • Blood Rush - between Arrow S2E05 and S2E06.
  • Chronicles of Cisco - between Flash S2E17 and S2E18.
  • Superhero Fight Club 1.0 - is a promo for the final episodes of Arrow S3 and Flash S1 (arrives after Flash S1E18)
  • Superhero Fight Club 2.0 - is more or less a promo for Supergirl joining CW. (arrives before Flash season 3)
  • Constantine - watch before Season 1 of Constantine:
    • Modern Mystery: Tales of the Dark Arts - Who is John Constantine?
    • Ravenscar Institute Patient Debrief
  • Stretched Scenes:
    • The Flash - Stretched Scene #1 : Flash S4E06
    • The Flash - Stretched Scene #2 : Flash S4E07
    • The Flash - Stretched Scene #3 : Flash S4E09 (there's also a deleted scene for this episode)

Constantine has a cameo in Arrow S4E05. I do recommend you to watch this series, but there's no must. But he might get back into the Arrowverse one day. (and I also would recommend to watch it in this order: 1, 6, 2-5, 7-13. Episode 6 was shot to air as the second episode of the series)

I have added Supergirl Season 1 before the crossover episode to the list. You can watch it basically whenever you want, as long as you watch it before Flash S2E18 or after Flash S2E18 (I personally prefer to watch it before Flash episode, but both ways work). Also S1E04 and S1E05 were aired ouut of original order. Episode 5 should be viewed before episode 4

Constantine: City of Demons: So it appears that Constantine: City of Demons is not a continuation of the Constantine series and so it is not included in Arrowverse. Instead it's in the same universe as Justice League Dark (so it's in DC Animated Universe). But for now I'm going to leave it in the list, as it still explains things like "Newcastle" and etc. But they may get connected, as Constantine will becomes a regular on DC: Legends next season. So we will wait and see.


Upcoming: TBA


Comic books that also follow the series:

  • Arrow
    • Arrow - takes place turning Arrow season 1
    • Arrow - Vengeance - takes place turning Arrow season 2
    • Arrow: Season 2.5 takes place between Arrow season 2 and 3
    • Arrow: The Dark Archer - takes place at the end of season 3 of Arrow
    • Arrow: A Generation of Vipers - takes place before Arrow S4E07
    • Arrow: Fatal Legacies - the untold story between Arrow Season 5-6.
  • The Flash
    • The Flash: Season Zero - takes place turning Flash season 1
    • The Flash: The Haunting of Barry Allen - takes place after Flash S2E07
    • The Flash: Hocus Pocus - Non-Flashpoint Timeline (Flash season 3)
    • The Flash: Johnny Quick - Flash season 3 (Non-Flashpoint Timeline)
    • S.T.A.R. Labs: Cisco Ramon's Journal – May 1, 2018 (pre-Flashpoint)
  • Supergirl
    • The Adventures of Supergirl - takes place turning Supergirl season 1
    • Sister Act - takes place before Supergirl S1E04.
    • Supergirl: Age of Atlantis - towards at end of season 2
    • Supergirl: Curse of the Ancients - towards at end of season 2

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From: https://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/8bt4vu/the_2018_edition_of_the_rmovies_top_250_is_up/

Films that were bumped off from last year's list:
https://trakt.tv/users/philrivers/lists/films-bumped-from-reddit-top-250-2018-edition

and the new additions that replaced them:
https://trakt.tv/users/philrivers/lists/new-additions-to-the-reddit-top-250-2018-edition

and the last list in full:
https://trakt.tv/users/philrivers/lists/reddit-top-250-2017-edition

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cloned from Arrowverse by Rhett. M

Arrowverse viewing order:

This is the simplified list for easy viewing order for Arrowverse!

  • Includes:
    • Arrow
    • Flash
    • Vixen
    • Supergirl
    • DC's Legends of Tomorrow
    • Freedom Fighters: The Ray
    • Constantine: City of Demons

Webisodes (you can find most of these videos at YouTube or at CWtv website):

  • Blood Rush - between Arrow S2E05 and S2E06.
  • Chronicles of Cisco - between Flash S2E17 and S2E18.
  • Superhero Fight Club 1.0 - is a promo for the final episodes of Arrow S3 and Flash S1 (arrives after Flash S1E18)
  • Superhero Fight Club 2.0 - is more or less a promo for Supergirl joining CW. (arrives before Flash season 3)
  • Constantine - watch before Season 1 of Constantine:
    • Modern Mystery: Tales of the Dark Arts - Who is John Constantine?
    • Ravenscar Institute Patient Debrief
  • Stretched Scenes:
    • The Flash - Stretched Scene #1 : Flash S4E06
    • The Flash - Stretched Scene #2 : Flash S4E07
    • The Flash - Stretched Scene #3 : Flash S4E09 (there's also a deleted scene for this episode)

Constantine has a cameo in Arrow S4E05. I do recommend you to watch this series, but there's no must. But he might get back into the Arrowverse one day. (and I also would recommend to watch it in this order: 1, 6, 2-5, 7-13. Episode 6 was shot to air as the second episode of the series)

I have added Supergirl Season 1 before the crossover episode to the list. You can watch it basically whenever you want, as long as you watch it before Flash S2E18 or after Flash S2E18 (I personally prefer to watch it before Flash episode, but both ways work). Also S1E04 and S1E05 were aired ouut of original order. Episode 5 should be viewed before episode 4

Constantine: City of Demons: So it appears that Constantine: City of Demons is not a continuation of the Constantine series and so it is not included in Arrowverse. Instead it's in the same universe as Justice League Dark (so it's in DC Animated Universe). But for now I'm going to leave it in the list, as it still explains things like "Newcastle" and etc. But they may get connected, as Constantine will becomes a regular on DC: Legends next season. So we will wait and see.


Upcoming: TBA


Comic books that also follow the series:

  • Arrow
    • Arrow - takes place turning Arrow season 1
    • Arrow - Vengeance - takes place turning Arrow season 2
    • Arrow: Season 2.5 takes place between Arrow season 2 and 3
    • Arrow: The Dark Archer - takes place at the end of season 3 of Arrow
    • Arrow: A Generation of Vipers - takes place before Arrow S4E07
    • Arrow: Fatal Legacies - the untold story between Arrow Season 5-6.
  • The Flash
    • The Flash: Season Zero - takes place turning Flash season 1
    • The Flash: The Haunting of Barry Allen - takes place after Flash S2E07
    • The Flash: Hocus Pocus - Non-Flashpoint Timeline (Flash season 3)
    • The Flash: Johnny Quick - Flash season 3 (Non-Flashpoint Timeline)
    • S.T.A.R. Labs: Cisco Ramon's Journal – May 1, 2018 (pre-Flashpoint)
  • Supergirl
    • The Adventures of Supergirl - takes place turning Supergirl season 1
    • Sister Act - takes place before Supergirl S1E04.
    • Supergirl: Age of Atlantis - towards at end of season 2
    • Supergirl: Curse of the Ancients - towards at end of season 2

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