Musicals, historical dramas, and war films have been making the rounds in cinemas. They’re the most popular genres in the box office. However, franchise films have been keeping up as well. You’ll also notice an uprising interest in the superhero genre.Read More
Last September, Film Fad took a look at a trio of “football” films. Thing is, we only featured two football films, the other being a soccer film. Now, here on Film Fad we have decided to focus solely on soccer.
That being said, here is five of the best soccer films that you will ever watch.Read More
Wwwweee’rrreee hhheeerrreee to look back at the “Poltergeist” series. “Poltergeist” is a classic and considered one of those essential horror series, despite the fact none of the sequels are considered very good. Is that warranted? Are there any gems hidden in this franchise? Probably not, but it should still be fun to look them over.Read More
In 1960 one of if not the greatest director, Alfred Hitchcock made a film called ‘Psycho.’ It is said to be the first slasher film. That of course is contentious due to terms and ideas of what it means to be a slasher film. But like many of the slasher series that came afterwards “Psycho” spawned a whole series and crappy remake BEFORE it was cool. Let’s go through them and see which ones to bother watching and which to skip.Read More
In 1931 “Dracula” starring Bela Lugosi started the original classic Universal Horror series of films. In the years since there had been other attempts at remakes of “Dracula”. Some were great, some not but almost all of them greatly deviated from the original novel. In 1992, the timing seemed right for a big-budget, more book accurate adaptation. Who better to helm this ambitious project than the director of “The Godfather” trilogy himself, Francis Ford Coppola.Read More