I remember either voting in this, or it might've been a completely different sites list. Anyway, this was published by IGN some years ago, therefore I will create it here and now for list purposes. From the official IGN release:
The cartoon is indeed a wonderful thing. Once mostly deemed to be the territory of a kids-only audience, the world of animation has evolved over the years so as to appeal to adults as well as children… or is it just that many adults these days have the minds of children?
Don't ask us, for if there's one thing that the IGN editors can claim to be, it's kids trapped in the bodies of adults. And so it goes without saying that we sure do love us some cartoons. And in particular, television has proven to be a hugely important part of our toon-development, starting from our earliest days with the Saturday morning and after-school shows and continuing right on to today with the more mature Adult Swim offerings and the like.
In fact, as we prepped for this story and looked back at our many favorite animated series from over the years, we were amazed by the diversity of the shows that we came up with. From classic tales of cats chasing mice to the legend of a Dark Knight avenger patrolling the streets of a place called Gotham, from incompetent alien invaders to incompetent nuclear families, from stories of the future to sagas of the past, IGN's Top 100 Animated Series has it all.
So put away your ink and paint for a while and have a look at this list. You might just find yourself animated by it...
This list includes all movies and TV shows in chronological order that Quentin Tarantino directed, wrote, produced, acted in, presented, or was based on his works.
FYI: In 1996 Quentin Tarantino was featured in the video game Steven Spielberg's Director's Chair.
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
based on this post: http://imgur.com/a/t18qK
Here is a list of recent films playing major film festivals such as Sundance, SXSW and TIFF that have been getting a lot of positive buzz. These lists stick primarily to those of a sci-fi/horror/fantasy/mindbender style, so don't expect to see everything that is cleaning up at Cannes, just the weird ones. With that said, here are new films to keep your eye on.
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.
You've seen The Exorcist, The Amityville Horror, The Blob. But are you familiar with The Exorcist III, Amityville II: The Possession or The Blob remake? Or minor masterpieces like Incubus, The Black Pit of Dr. M or Ichi The Killer? Fright film fans need look no further that this indispensable guide from the experts at Rue Morgue, the world's leading horror in culture and entertainment magazine. Concisely written with a view to expanding the horror film lover's palette, 200 ALTERNATIVE HORROR FILMS YOU NEED TO SEE outlines those cinematic gems you ay have missed - classic and contemporary, mainstream and obscure, home-made and foreign... and those films that simply need to make your viewing list. Featuring interviews with Guillermo del Toro, Tobe Hooper, Gaspar Noe, Roger Corman, Fred Dekker, Larry Cohen, Stuart Gordon, Ed Sanchez and more. Plus the top gore films, slashers, vampire flicks, foreign zombie movies, family fright fests and tons more!
series, movies & stuff produced by Netflix / sorted by release date (from newest to oldest release)
(based on https://www.netflix.com/browse/originals and various other sources, if needed)
last update: October/06/2017
[work in progress ... always ^^]
note: some database-entries are missing on trakt, so that the list is imho as complete as it could be atm. if you find something i missed, feel free to leave a comment.
as Princess Ann in "Roman Holiday"
as Sabrina Fairchild in "Sabrina"
as Natasha Rostova in "War and Peace"
as Ariane Chavasse in "Love in the Afternoon"
as Jo Stockton in "Funny Face"
as Rima in "Green Mansions"
as Sister Luke in "The Nun's Story"
as Rachel Zachary in "The Unforgiven"
as Holly Golightly in "Breakfast at Tiffany's"
as Karen Wright in "The Children's Hour"
as Regina Lampert in "Charade"
as Gabrielle Simpson in "Paris When It Sizzles"
as Eliza Doolittle in "My Fair Lady"
as Nicole Bonnet in "How to Steal a Million"
as Joanna Wallace in "Two for the Road"
as Susy Hendrix in "Wait Until Dark"
as Maid Marian in "Robin and Marian"
as Elizabeth Roffe in "Bloodline"
as Angela Niotes in "They All Laughed"
as Caroline DuLac in "Love Among Thieves"
as Hap in "Always"