Official Star Trek productions, including reboots, excluding fan/documentary/behind-the-scenes productions.
Sorted by production order, not in-universe chronology. I think Star Trek should be viewed in production order, so it's evident how the franchise has changed over the last 50+ years.
(If you are new to MCU, then you should start with; Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk,
Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America and then Agent Carter.)
Stark Expo 1974 - commercial for Stark Expo 1974 in Flushing Meadows in New York.
There are four different Stark Expo 2010 videos:
They take place during Iron Man 2 and you can easily find them by googling for them.
S.H.I.E.L.D spin-off mini-series Slingshot can be found at ABC's youtube channel.
Marvel Cinematic Universe (#1-4) tie-in comics :
The complete list of movies for the Oscar 2018.
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08 & 09: BEST PICTURE -> Winner: 08 - The Shape of Water;
01, 02, 04, 06 & 10: BEST ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE -> Winner: 02 - Darkest Hour (Gary Oldman);
05, 07, 08, 09 & 11: BEST ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE -> Winner: 09 - Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Frances McDormand);
08, 09, 09, 12 & 13: BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE -> Winner: 09 - Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Sam Rockwell);
05, 06, 08, 11 & 14: BEST ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE -> Winner: 11 - I, Tonya (Allison Janney);
15, 16, 17, 18 & 19: BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM -> Winner: 17 - Coco;
02, 03, 08, 14 & 20: BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY -> Winner: 20 - Blade Runner 2049;
06, 08, 20, 21 & 22: BEST COSTUME DESIGN -> Winner: 06 - Phantom Thread;
03, 04, 05, 06 & 08: BEST DIRECTING -> Winner: 08 - The Shape of Water (Guillermo del Toro);
23, 24, 25, 26 & 27: BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE -> Winner: 25 - Icarus;
28, 29, 30, 31 & 32: BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT -> Winner: 29 - Heaven Is a Traffic Jam on the 405;
03, 08, 09, 11 & 33 : BEST FILM EDITING -> Winner: 03 - Dunkirk;
34, 35, 36, 37 & 38: BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM -> Winner: 34 - A Fantastic Woman;
02, 22 & 39: BEST MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLING -> Winner: 02 - Darkest Hour;
03, 06, 08, 09 & 40: BEST MUSIC - ORIGINAL SCORE -> Winner: 08 - The Shape of Water;
01, 14, 17, 41 & 42: BEST MUSIC - ORIGINAL SONG -> Winner: 17 - Coco (Remember Me);
02, 03, 08, 20 & 21: BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN -> Winner: 08 - The Shape of Water;
43, 44, 45, 46 & 47: BEST SHORT FILM - ANIMATED -> Winner: 43 - Dear Basketball;
48, 49, 50, 51 & 52: BEST SHORT FILM - LIVE ACTION -> Winner: 51 - The Silent Child;
03, 08, 20, 33 & 40: BEST SOUND EDITING -> Winner: 03 - Dunkirk;
03, 08, 20, 33 & 40: BEST SOUND MIXING -> Winner: 03 - Dunkirk;
20, 40, 53, 54 & 55: BEST VISUAL EFFECTS -> Winner: 20 - Blade Runner 2049;
01, 14, 56, 57 & 58: BEST WRITING - ADAPTED SCREENPLAY -> Winner: 01 - Call Me by Your Name;
04, 05, 08, 09 & 59: BEST WRITING - ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY -> Winner: 04 - Get Out.
Tip: Pick a movie and search (ctrl+f) by the number to view all its nominations above,
e.g. search 01 to view all nominations & wins for "Call Me by Your Name".
We are absolute suckers for a good Horror Documentary. We love knowing what went into making them, what the actors thought about starring in them, and discovering all of the little (and sometimes big) things that went on behind the scenes. Even if we're not big fans of a movie or its series, we always seem to love watching Docs about them.
There are a ton of Horror Docs out there; many of them come in the form of shorter "Making of" and "Behind the Scenes" featurettes on Blu-ray & DVD releases, but the ones that we love the most usually tend to be full-length efforts that delve as deep as they can into their subject matter. Of course, some of them are no more than countdowns or celebrations of the years of Horror past. Some of them are even about real-life Horrors.
No matter their topic, most Horror Documentaries are enjoyable to watch, and they usually teach us something new.
For the first 6 movies in the list:
If you're in the mood for a truly quality Horror Documentary, any of the movies in our Top Six will do you right. For us, Crystal Lake Memories, Never Sleep Again, and More Brains are the absolute best of them (because they are so jam-packed with content, and were every bit a fun to watch as the movies that inspired them), but they all bring their own unique and terrifying vision to the Horror Documentary Sub-Genre.
Bravo’s 100 Scariest Movie Moments isn’t currently available to buy, but it usually pops up on TV in October, so keep your eyes out, and your DVR’s ready.
Halloween: The Inside Story can be bought through Amazon.UK, or you can try to catch it if it airs on TV sometime this Fall. Same goes for the Jaws and Silence of the Lambs Docs below.
Terror in the Aisles is available as a Special Feature on the Halloween II Blu-ray.
For the remaining:
Below are the rest of our 30 Best Horror Documentaries, and of course, a few Honorable Mentions thrown in for good measure. Keep in mind that no "Best of" list is ever perfect, but merely a solid starting point for anyone looking to watch some great flicks.
The last 6 being "Honorable Mentions".
The American Western, as a film genre, has traditionally focused on stories related almost exclusively to the white male protagonist. Subsequently, women's actions are largely ignored, and their voices often go unheard. This collection of films and TV shows have made some attempt to buck this trend.
Are 21st Century Westerns the New Feminist Genre?, via Den of Geek:
How 'Godless' Is Shaping a Brand-New, Pro-Women Western, via PopSugar:
The Quiet Menace of Kelly Reichardt’s Feminist Westerns, via The New York Times:
'True Grit': A True Feminist Western, via Utah State University:
What 'Godless' Says About America, via The Atlantic:
'Little Woods' Is A Feminist Western Movie Unlike Anything You've Ever Seen, via Bustle:
'Godless' is Really About the Dilemma of Disabled Masculinity, via Paste:
“Wouldst thou like to live deliciously?”
― Black Phillip, 'The VVitch' (2015)
The cinematic spectre of the witch — the most prominent archetype of unruly feminine power — has been both a genuine accusation that meant a death sentence for women throughout history, as well as a dark, fanciful identity that many modern women find empowering.
This list includes both varieties, and even includes a few movies (’Firestarter’, ’Lucy’, and Disney's 'Frozen') where the word “witch” might not be spoken aloud, but supernatural feminine powers are on full display nonetheless.
Seasons of the Witch: Tracing the Resurgent Witchcraft Trend, via the AV Club:
Hag, Temptress or Feminist Icon? The Witch in Pop Culture, via The Conversation:
Toil and Trouble: Witches in Film, via Faculty of Horror:
The 15 Greatest Witch Movies of All Time, via Vulture: