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How many more horrible, off-beat rom-coms and tear-jerking chick flicks do you have to watch before you refuse to play another game of Saturday night Netflix roulette? Let us help you here. We have a team of highly trained movie buffs who contribute their wisdom to our ever-growing list of man-approved movies. From certified cinema classics to underground, independent films, we've filtered out the lame stuff, leaving behind only that which can be called killer.



The Thing at werd.com
The Thing

Claustrophobic? Paranoid?
You may opt to skip this one. John Carpenter’s The Thing is a perfectly executed horror film with a balanced blend of action and sci-fi. This 1982 remake of the 1950s classic The Thing from Another World – is probably due for a Hollywood rehashing.

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Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse at werd.com
Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse

A maniacal Dennis Hopper, drunken Martin Sheen, selfish Brando, drug-induced crew, obstinate Army and a tight budget – it’s a wonder Coppola didn’t create his own Apocalypse. His wife, Eleanor, filmed every minute. Hearts of Darkness – oh, the horror.

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The Long Good Friday at werd.com
The Long Good Friday

The Godfather and Scarface are obvious classics. But…have you seen The Long Good Friday? Bob Hoskins plays all-powerful London crime boss, Harold Shand. Everyone associated with the notorious mobster is either happy or fearful. When a series of attacks on his empire threaten a mega-deal on Good Friday, Harold goes on a massive manhunt.

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Bronson at werd.com
Bronson

Most prisoners can’t wait for parole. Not Bronson. Based on a true story, this film is the 21st century’s A Clockwork Orange. After 93 minutes, you’ll clearly understand why Bronson names himself Britain’s most violent prisoner.

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Blood Simple at werd.com
Blood Simple

Things are never simple when blood is involved. The Coen-brothers 1983 debut film, Blood Simple, is a complex crime-thriller. You just can’t go wrong with anything from the guys who brought us Fargo and The Big Lebowski.

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Gangster No. 1 at werd.com
Gangster No. 1

“It’s not who you know.  It’s who you kill.”
Gangster No. 1 is the other side of the pond’s equivalent to Scarface and American Gangster. This film chronicles the rise and fall of a ruthless criminal with unforgettable performances by Paul Bettany (A Beautiful Mind) and Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange).

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Infernal Affairs at werd.com
Infernal Affairs

You know the movie The Departed? Bad ass, huh? Would you believe it was a remake of a Hong Kong film titled, Infernal Affairs? After watching this Asian crime thriller, you’ll clearly understand why Marty decided to recreate it in his classic Scorcesean way.

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A Simple Plan at werd.com
A Simple Plan

If you and a couple of friends stumble upon a downed plane discovering a bag filled with millions and two dead bodies – would you contact the authorities or take the money and run? Before answering, watch A Simple Plan directed by Sam Raimi (Spiderman) and starring Bill Paxton and Billy Bob Thorton. It might make you rethink your decision.

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The Sword of Doom – Criterion Collection at werd.com
The Sword of Doom – Criterion Collection

While the 60′s gave rise to Hollywood films like My Fair Lady – Japan entertained on a whole different level. The Sword Of Doom boasts some of the most impressive swordplay in the history of samurai epics. This film perfectly illustrates the adage “an evil soul wields an evil sword.”

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Buffalo ’66 at werd.com
Buffalo ’66

Buffalo ’66 is strange. The kind of strange you won’t want to miss. After being released from five years in the clink, Billy (Vincent Gallo) kidnaps and forces a teenager (Christina Ricci) into playing his wife.  But why?  To impress mommy (Angelica Houston) and atone for forcing her into labor during Buffalo’s 1966 Super Bowl win.

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