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I haven't updated it recently, but maybe I'll update it soon if I can find the time.
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that looks like a very diverse and fun list! nice
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This forum won't really need it, but I've made two lists over the last few days that together encompass most film movements and cult film genre's, so a nice little (big) primer for those who like to explore! :)

https://letterboxd.com/beavis/list/my-p ... cinematic/
https://letterboxd.com/beavis/list/my-p ... cinematic/

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- the obvious choices are mostly there, but it is also geared very much towards my taste, which is why I added the personal part in the title's
- I also included a handful of unseen titles that are very high on my want-list (when I had no other good candidates that fitted, or when I thought the title really needed to be there). 7/200 on the movements list and 29/300 on the cult list.
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Pity they're on letterboxd - they don't even show imdb links :blink:
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The 5 titles per row really is tailored to LB, makes it visually easy and fun to explore... moving them to ICM is going to take a lot of work... and not sure how much it would add, other then easy exporting and such...
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Sure could do with row numbers :D
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beavis wrote: February 22nd, 2021, 4:33 pm This forum won't really need it, but I've made two lists over the last few days that together encompass most film movements and cult film genre's, so a nice little (big) primer for those who like to explore! :)

https://letterboxd.com/beavis/list/my-p ... cinematic/
https://letterboxd.com/beavis/list/my-p ... cinematic/

disclaimers:
- the obvious choices are mostly there, but it is also geared very much towards my taste, which is why I added the personal part in the title's
- I also included a handful of unseen titles that are very high on my want-list (when I had no other good candidates that fitted, or when I thought the title really needed to be there). 7/200 on the movements list and 29/300 on the cult list.
I like the idea of those lists! I might try to make my own personal versions one day if you don't mind.
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I also copied the idea from others on LB! ;)
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beavis wrote: February 22nd, 2021, 6:52 pm The 5 titles per row really is tailored to LB, makes it visually easy and fun to explore... moving them to ICM is going to take a lot of work... and not sure how much it would add, other then easy exporting and such...
I would be very thankfull if you did add them to iCM. Look like interesting lists. Would def add them to my favs for recoms than.
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AMP's 50 Chinese-language films of the past decade:
https://asianmoviepulse.com/2021/03/the ... 2011-2020/
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This list has been on my spreadsheet for a long time, but I just added it to iCM:
The Expert Composite Consensus: The Top 40 Best Adult Films
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mjf314 wrote: March 2nd, 2021, 3:44 pm This list has been on my spreadsheet for a long time, but I just added it to iCM:
The Expert Composite Consensus: The Top 40 Best Adult Films
Now where to actually find them.. how'd you watch Josefine Mutzenbacher? There's a sub request open for it.
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and "Gordon" Liu Chia-Hui/Liu Chia-Liang and Yuen Woo-ping and "Sammo" Hung Kam-bo
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Armoreska wrote: March 2nd, 2021, 4:18 pm
mjf314 wrote: March 2nd, 2021, 3:44 pm This list has been on my spreadsheet for a long time, but I just added it to iCM:
The Expert Composite Consensus: The Top 40 Best Adult Films
Now where to actually find them.. how'd you watch Josefine Mutzenbacher? There's a sub request open for it.
Left shift + Left CTRL + N and then:
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Tubepornclassic.com
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I thought this would be a worthwhile list to create for cult film fans. It's a non-exhaustive list of Cat. III films from Hong Kong.

Wikipedia's List of Hong Kong Cat III Films
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flavo5000 wrote: March 2nd, 2021, 6:43 pm I thought this would be a worthwhile list to create for cult film fans. It's a non-exhaustive list of Cat. III films from Hong Kong.

Wikipedia's List of Hong Kong Cat III Films
Nice :cheers:
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dirty_score wrote: March 2nd, 2021, 5:35 pm
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and "Gordon" Liu Chia-Hui/Liu Chia-Liang and Yuen Woo-ping and "Sammo" Hung Kam-bo
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Armoreska wrote: March 2nd, 2021, 4:18 pm
mjf314 wrote: March 2nd, 2021, 3:44 pm This list has been on my spreadsheet for a long time, but I just added it to iCM:
The Expert Composite Consensus: The Top 40 Best Adult Films
Now where to actually find them.. how'd you watch Josefine Mutzenbacher? There's a sub request open for it.
I watched it dubbed. If you can't find it by the original title, try searching for the English title, Sensational Janine.
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Onderhond wrote: March 2nd, 2021, 6:45 pm
flavo5000 wrote: March 2nd, 2021, 6:43 pm I thought this would be a worthwhile list to create for cult film fans. It's a non-exhaustive list of Cat. III films from Hong Kong.

Wikipedia's List of Hong Kong Cat III Films
Nice :cheers:
It's funny. You can pretty much pinpoint exactly when mainland China starts getting more strict on their classifications after the incorporation of HK.Before it's mostly extremely violence and sex. After you have stuff like Love in a Puff that's labeled Cat III for "glorifying smoking". :blink:
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flavo5000 wrote: March 2nd, 2021, 6:43 pm I thought this would be a worthwhile list to create for cult film fans. It's a non-exhaustive list of Cat. III films from Hong Kong.

Wikipedia's List of Hong Kong Cat III Films
Cool list. I updated over 25 films to fix the Chinese/English titles on icm. So may ways to romanize Chinese. Lots of "using humans as pork films" thrown in with the expected "sexy times" and "gory killer" films. Also curious how there are some sequels in the list, but not the originals or other sequels.

I also added Offence Storm to imdb based on the information on the hkmdb - that database has way more info for HK films than imdb (naturally), and it looks like there are still hundreds of films missing from imdb. I also merged 3 sets of actor pages where imdb had separate listings for their Chinese name and their English name. Slowly setting the universe in order, one update at a time. :P

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt14160610/
https://www.icheckmovies.com/movies/neu ... +fung+bou/
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Fergenaprido wrote: March 2nd, 2021, 8:17 pm
flavo5000 wrote: March 2nd, 2021, 6:43 pm I thought this would be a worthwhile list to create for cult film fans. It's a non-exhaustive list of Cat. III films from Hong Kong.

Wikipedia's List of Hong Kong Cat III Films
Cool list. I updated over 25 films to fix the Chinese/English titles on icm. So may ways to romanize Chinese. Lots of "using humans as pork films" thrown in with the expected "sexy times" and "gory killer" films. Also curious how there are some sequels in the list, but not the originals or other sequels.

I also added Offence Storm to imdb based on the information on the hkmdb - that database has way more info for HK films than imdb (naturally), and it looks like there are still hundreds of films missing from imdb. I also merged 3 sets of actor pages where imdb had separate listings for their Chinese name and their English name. Slowly setting the universe in order, one update at a time. :P

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt14160610/
https://www.icheckmovies.com/movies/neu ... +fung+bou/
Awesome effort! I had planned to add Offense Storm to IMDB later but glad I don't have to now. Let me know when it gets approved and I'll add it to the list. And yea, some of these were pretty tricky to nail down what specific movie Wikipedia was referring to due to the various ways their original titles could be spelled and how vague some of the titles were.
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It's already approved, that's why I added the imdb and icm links.
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Fergenaprido wrote: March 2nd, 2021, 8:48 pm It's already approved, that's why I added the imdb and icm links.
Oh doi. I didn't notice. :facepalm: Let me go update the list.
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I just did a quick google for teen lists, and I found 4 lists published within the last year. I haven't looked at them carefully, so I'm not sure if any of these lists are good.

https://www.oprahmag.com/entertainment/ ... en-movies/
https://www.menshealth.com/entertainmen ... -all-time/
https://www.purewow.com/family/teen-movies
https://www.seventeen.com/celebrity/mov ... en-movies/
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Onderhond wrote: March 1st, 2021, 9:13 am AMP's 50 Chinese-language films of the past decade:
https://asianmoviepulse.com/2021/03/the ... 2011-2020/
Added: https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/amps ... genaprido/

Only had to add one film to icm. Pleasantly surprised at the number of queer films included.
mjf314 wrote: March 3rd, 2021, 5:05 pm I just did a quick google for teen lists, and I found 4 lists published within the last year. I haven't looked at them carefully, so I'm not sure if any of these lists are good.

https://www.oprahmag.com/entertainment/ ... en-movies/
https://www.menshealth.com/entertainmen ... -all-time/
https://www.purewow.com/family/teen-movies
https://www.seventeen.com/celebrity/mov ... en-movies/
Added them to icm.
https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/opra ... genaprido/
https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/mens ... genaprido/
https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/pure ... genaprido/
https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/seve ... genaprido/

Honestly, none of those lists are that great. Oprah's is decent, but limits itself to films available on streaming. Men's Health is comparable, with slightly "edgier" films. Pure Wow's list has some inspired choices and then some films that are absolutely not teen films; it's a batshit crazy list. Seventeen's list ignores too many classics for my liking, but it's not a bad list overall.
This is an update of this list: https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/time ... s/sandero/

They added Onward, The Avengers, The Goonies, and Black Panther.
They removed Being John Malkovich, Big, 13 Going on 130, and Big Trouble in Little China.
They switched the order of The Red Shoes and HP-Azkaban,
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Fergenaprido wrote: March 3rd, 2021, 9:30 pm Pleasantly surprised at the number of queer films included.
Heard someone complain there weren't enough female directors in this list though.
Thanks for adding!
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Fergenaprido wrote: March 3rd, 2021, 9:30 pm
Honestly, none of those lists are that great. Oprah's is decent, but limits itself to films available on streaming. Men's Health is comparable, with slightly "edgier" films. Pure Wow's list has some inspired choices and then some films that are absolutely not teen films; it's a batshit crazy list. Seventeen's list ignores too many classics for my liking, but it's not a bad list overall.
You mean you aren't a fan of amazing TEEN films like What Men Want and Crazy Rich Asians?
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https://africanarguments.org/2019/12/be ... can-films/
African Arguments' Best of the 2010s: African films

It includes 15 films from a variety of countries.
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mjf314 wrote: March 4th, 2021, 2:38 am https://africanarguments.org/2019/12/be ... can-films/
African Arguments' Best of the 2010s: African films

It includes 15 films from a variety of countries.
https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/afri ... genaprido/
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Here's another list I made based on a book I picked up a while back:
Psychedelic Celluloid: British Pop Music in Film and TV 1965-1974

It's a pretty neat list. I'm not throwing it out there for consideration for an official list or anything. It's just an interesting variety of movies that captures a certain point in time.
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Here is something different - I'm not sure where else to post, if I can't find an answer I'll keep looking elsewhere. I don't have a list to post but I am looking for a list that I have lost. I don't know where I saw this list before - could have been on the late lamented SMZ, could have been on the late and not-quite-as-lamented IMDb forums, but I'm nearly 100% sure it was a list from somewhere else more "professional" - critics or whatnot. Essentially it was a list of weird/offbeat British films from the 70s in particular - it might have begun in the late 60s, I seem to remember If... being mentioned, and it might have gone into the 80s, but I think the focus was mostly on the 70s. The film in particular that I remember distinctly - because I watched it specifically after having seen it on this list - was the 1973 The Final Programme. I'm 99% sure it wasn't the list flavo just posted and I think it was fairly short - 40 to 60 titles or so. I've tried searching for it for much of the last half hour with no luck, using words like "weird" and "obscure", the 1970s, a few specific titles, no luck so far. And I think there was a certain specific descriptor applied to the films that was uncommon, i.e. not something like "new wave". This sound familiar to anybody?
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https://letterboxd.com/putneyswope1/lis ... -world-of/

I'm sure this wasn't it, but it might suit your need. Final programme is for me very strongly related to Pimpadelic Wonderland, once one of the coolest movie sites on the Internet!

And you might want to seek out the BFI Flipside catalogue.
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That's a pretty cool list, thanks. Yeah, it's not it - this was quite specifically only British films. Funny thing is I didn't even love The Final Programme, but it's a film that seems to very much fit what I'm thinking about - Zardoz is an even better example and that's a film I do love.
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flavo5000 wrote: March 4th, 2021, 3:15 pm Here's another list I made based on a book I picked up a while back:
Psychedelic Celluloid: British Pop Music in Film and TV 1965-1974

It's a pretty neat list. I'm not throwing it out there for consideration for an official list or anything. It's just an interesting variety of movies that captures a certain point in time.
WOW. I've thought of assembling a list exactly like this countless times!!
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Ebbywebby wrote: March 4th, 2021, 8:33 pm
flavo5000 wrote: March 4th, 2021, 3:15 pm Here's another list I made based on a book I picked up a while back:
Psychedelic Celluloid: British Pop Music in Film and TV 1965-1974

It's a pretty neat list. I'm not throwing it out there for consideration for an official list or anything. It's just an interesting variety of movies that captures a certain point in time.
WOW. I've thought of assembling a list exactly like this countless times!!
The book the list is based on is a good read that you can get pretty cheap too.
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OldAle1 wrote: March 4th, 2021, 5:13 pm Here is something different - I'm not sure where else to post, if I can't find an answer I'll keep looking elsewhere. I don't have a list to post but I am looking for a list that I have lost. I don't know where I saw this list before - could have been on the late lamented SMZ, could have been on the late and not-quite-as-lamented IMDb forums, but I'm nearly 100% sure it was a list from somewhere else more "professional" - critics or whatnot. Essentially it was a list of weird/offbeat British films from the 70s in particular - it might have begun in the late 60s, I seem to remember If... being mentioned, and it might have gone into the 80s, but I think the focus was mostly on the 70s. The film in particular that I remember distinctly - because I watched it specifically after having seen it on this list - was the 1973 The Final Programme. I'm 99% sure it wasn't the list flavo just posted and I think it was fairly short - 40 to 60 titles or so. I've tried searching for it for much of the last half hour with no luck, using words like "weird" and "obscure", the 1970s, a few specific titles, no luck so far. And I think there was a certain specific descriptor applied to the films that was uncommon, i.e. not something like "new wave". This sound familiar to anybody?
This isn't it. But one I added maybe covers some similar ground:
https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/offb ... rokenface/
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flavo5000 wrote: March 4th, 2021, 9:18 pm
Ebbywebby wrote: March 4th, 2021, 8:33 pm
flavo5000 wrote: March 4th, 2021, 3:15 pm Here's another list I made based on a book I picked up a while back:
Psychedelic Celluloid: British Pop Music in Film and TV 1965-1974

It's a pretty neat list. I'm not throwing it out there for consideration for an official list or anything. It's just an interesting variety of movies that captures a certain point in time.
WOW. I've thought of assembling a list exactly like this countless times!!
The book the list is based on is a good read that you can get pretty cheap too.
I'm going over the list...exciting. I'm faintly disappointed that it seems based on the mere presence of pop/rock music, even if the STORIES might be very traditional and old-school. But still, great list. And I even came across one film ("The Guru") that I saw long ago and had failed to check.
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A suggestion, Flavo5000:

You have Paul Morrissey's "Heat" (1972) on the list, but this is a film with two IMDb pages and two ICM pages (unfortunately, I don't think this dupe can be fixed unless someone gets IMDb to do it).

The commonly checked page for "Heat" is the other one (130 checks). Yours has zero checks. I would change it to the more popular page.
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why imdb? seems fixable to me. btw never seen such a long link (or maybe i have but forgot)
seems you can add as many zeros to links as u want
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