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Level 16 Parent Guide

This canadian suspense thriller makes a small budget go a long way..

Vivien believes she is attending a finishing school, until a classmate helps her see the peril that surrounds them. The two decide to escape but need to figure out how to save their classmates.

Release date March 22, 2019

Run Time: 102 minutes

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Vivien (Katie Douglas) is one of several dozen young women attending the Vestalis Academy, a seemingly rigorous (and more than a little cult-y) finishing school. She and her fellow students are taught many lessons about how women should behave to remain “clean.” However, when classmate Sophia (Celina Martin) encourages Vivien to stop taking her nightly “vitamins,” Vivien comes to realize that the Academy isn’t a school at all, and that graduating may have terrifying consequences. Together, Sophia and Vivien plan an escape, but how will they make it past the locked doors? And more importantly, what should they do with the other girls, who don’t yet understand their peril?

Level 16 has many of the features that people commonly associate with “indie” films. The pacing is slow but very consistent, giving the film an almost dreamlike quality. The film’s small budget is obvious, but Level 16 does an admirable job of working within its financial constraints and has a strong, unique visual design despite its limited resources. The colorful lighting is especially helpful here, allowing the filmmakers to create distinct senses of space and different times of day without needing a lot of different sets or effects. The soundtrack is very subtle, and many scenes are played without music of any kind.

Level 16 isn’t the most original or daring film in its genre, but it is a well made, solidly acted movie. If nothing else, I found it entertaining and enjoyable, although I do wish it had steered a little more into either the suspense or social criticism elements of its story. While certainly not a children’s movie, given its frightening premise and graphic violence, this is a good low-intensity thriller for teenagers and adults looking for a break from the high-speed action of so many contemporary releases.

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Violence: An individual is strangled and scratched across the face. A character is struck against a wall. A person is hit in the face with a clothing iron. Someone cuts the palm of their hand in an effort cause pain to help them resist a sedative. An individual is hit in the face with a heavy table lamp. A corpse is shown with their skin surgically removed. A person is pushed off of a roof to their death. An individual is stabbed in the shoulder. A young woman deliberately cuts her own face to escape a perilous situation. An individual is shot off-screen. Sexual Content: No sexual activity is shown or described in any detail. A person is known to be sexually abusing the girls while they sleep, but this is not shown or described graphically. Profanity: No profanity is used. Alcohol / Drug Use: The “villains” are shown having a single drink together. Most of the characters are involuntarily given sedatives and various other drugs, but this hardly qualifies as recreational use.

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Vivien is tempted to abandon her friends on several occasions. What choice would you have made in her place? Why do you think she made the decisions that she did? What benefits or difficulties did she experience as a result of those choices?

In the real world, young women are kidnapped and trafficked on a massive and terrifying scale. While their situation usually doesn’t correspond closely to the events of the film, some of them manage to escape their captors. How do you think we could help these survivors? What kind of problems do you think they will have as a result of these experiences? What do you think we could do to prevent these crimes from happening?

Loved this movie? Try these books…

Want a boarding school story that is scary but not too scary? Try Robin Stevens’ Murder is Bad Manners. Suitable for tweens and teens. Those looking for boarding school mysteries in graphic form might want to read Thomas Siddell’s Gunnerkrigg Court.

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As I mentioned above, Jordan Peele’s 2017 directorial debut Get Out is a slightly more sophisticated take on this premise and is one of my personal favorites. It is, however, much more intense, and if you found Level 16 frightening, it may be too much for you. It is also R-rated and suitable only for adult viewers and older teens who like horror films.

10 Cloverfield Lane, starring John Goodman and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, also features a young woman struggling with captivity. However, this film focuses much more on the psychological horror of the situation than Level 16 .

Something New

Talking to kids about what an r rated movie means.

R rated movies can mean a lot of different content warnings, from profanity to nudity to violence. Here's what that rating means.

With school starting back up and lots of activities and businesses around the country still closed down during the pandemic, lots of families are looking for ways to keep their kiddos entertained right at home. For many of us, that means a lot of family movie nights ! You never need a reason to cuddle on the couch with your family and a bowl of popcorn while you watch a movie together, but not being able to really go anywhere sure makes this a much more logical option. Plus, a lot of movie studios are finding ways to work around movie theaters being closed right now, by making new releases available to stream right from the comfort of your own home.

The tricky part of family movie night is finding a movie that everyone will like, AND that is appropriate for everyone to watch based on the rating . If you've got younger kids, it's probably best to stick with G or PG rated movies. But if you have tweens and teens, they might feel ready to move up into R rated territory. Before picking a movie, take some time to figure out what R rated really means, and whether or not some movies in this category would be OK (and even beneficial) for your older kids to watch.

What does Rated R mean?

The system with which movies are rated has been used since 1968. The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) came up with a universal MPAA Ratings System to determine if a movie was appropriate for general audiences, or if there should be restrictions based on viewer age. There are five different classifications films can fall into: G, PG, PG-13, R, and NC-17. The MPAA rates films content based on different components, and also how much of those components is present in each film. Movies are rated based on violence, language, drug/substance use, nudity, and sex.

R rated movies mean that no one under the age of 17 is permitted to watch (in a theater) without being accompanied by an adult or guardian. If a movie is rated R, the MPAA has decided that the film contains enough adult content that it is not appropriate for kids under the age of 17. Now, just because a movie is rated R doesn't mean it contains ALL of the ratings components . In other words, not all R rated movies contain violence, profanity, drug use, nudity, and sex. But what is present in the movie is considered adult content; harsh profanity, prolonged, graphic, or realistic violence, explicit sexual content, or gratuitous drug use or glorification of substance use.

How to decide if an R rated movie is appropriate for your tweens or teens.

The easiest way to determine if an R rated movie is appropriate for your own kids is by watching it first! You know your kids, and you know what they are or are not capable of understanding or handling. Movie ratings aren't laws or rules - an R rating doesn't mean that it is against the law for anyone under 17 to see the movie, or that there are punishments for violating that rule. Movie theaters are within their rights to not sell tickets to R rated movies to kids under 17 unless they are accompanied by an adult, but if they are accompanied by a guardian, they will be permitted to purchase a ticket.

Talk to your kids about R rated movies and what your own rules are in regards to watching them. For example, some parents draw a line at any adult content for their tweens and teens. They don't want them watching movies that contain profanity, violence, nudity, or sexuality of any kind. Other parents are a bit more lenient when it comes to movie content, and put more weight on the message or theme of the movie and how the adult content relates to or supports that message. And that is perfectly OK! As parents, it's up to us to help guide our kids through these decisions.

Are R rated movies OK for kids under the age of 17?

Although all movies are rated by the same system and using the same criteria, the ratings system doesn't always work equitably. You'd certainly expect a violent horror movie to be rated R, or a movie that displays graphic sex scenes or graphic and realistic violence. But sometimes, movies receive R ratings based on the amount of one of the ratings components that is present in the film, For example, a movie can be rated R because of a lot of profanity and adult language, even if there's no violence, nudity, or sexually explicit content.

There are quite a few R rated movies that parents feel comfortable letting their tweens and teens watch, and even some whose message and historical context is so important that it outweighs the implications of an R rating. For example, the movie Billy Elliot , abut an aspiring ballet dancer, is a beautiful story about following your dreams, and received an R rating based on language alone. Stand by Me is another example of an R rated movie that beautifully highlights friendship and the innocence of youth. From a cultural and historical stand point, movies like Schindler's List and Do the Right Thing cover incredibly important events and themes like the Holocaust and racism, and tweens and teens can learn so much from them. We recommend watching those with your kids, so you can help talk through their thoughts and emotions.

READ NEXT:  8 R-Rated Movies That May Be OK For Teens To Watch

Sources: How Stuff Works , Wikipedia , Geek Tyrant , And So It Begins Films , Common Sense Media

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2023 New Movie Release Dates: Full Schedule Of Upcoming Movies

The future of cinema comes in 2023.

For fans of costumed crimefighters, intergalactic odysseys, old school action serials, and creepy classics, 2023 is going to be a very important year at the cinema. Admittedly, those types of stories can be found all the time, but they especially describe the movies coming out in this particular year.

Of course, there are more than just upcoming superhero movies (including new Marvel movies ) to look forward to, as well as upcoming horror movies , too. Let's go through all of the 2023 new movie releases we have confirmed so far.

NOTE: Releases from previous months have been shifted to the bottom of the page.

March 2023 Movie Releases

Scream 6 's Ghostface would be no match against Creed , Shazam , or John Wick — even with Dungeons & Dragons involved — in March 2023.

Friday, March 3, 2023

Creed III  - Rated PG-13 - Michael B. Jordan, Jonathan Majors

Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre - Rated R - Jason Statham, Aubrey Plaza

Friday, March 10, 2023

65  - Rating TBD - Adam Driver, Ariana Greenblatt

Champions  - Rated PG-13 - Woody Harrelson, Ernie Hudson

Luther: The Fallen Sun  – Netflix Release – Rated R – Idris Elba, Andy Serkis

Scream VI  - Rated R - Courteney Cox, Jenna Ortega

Friday, March 17, 2023

Inside - Rated R - Willem Dafoe, Gene Bervoets

Shazam! Fury of the Gods  - Rated PG-13 - Zachary Levi, Asher Angel

Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Children of the Corn - Shudder Release - Rated R - Elena Kampouris, Kate Moyer

Friday, March 24, 2023

John Wick: Chapter 4  - Rating TBD - Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne

The Lost King  - Rated PG-13 - Sally Hawkins, Shonagh Price

Friday, March 31, 2023

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves  - Rating TBD - Chris Pine, Justice Smith

A Good Person  - Wide Theatrical Release - Rated R - Florence Pugh, Morgan Freeman

Murder Mystery 2  - Netflix Release - Rated PG-13 - Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston

Spinning Gold  - Rated R - Peyton List, Michelle Monaghan

A Thousand and One  -  Rating TBD - Teyana Taylor, William Catlett

April 2023 Movie Releases

Hopefully, you won't see the Evil Dead Rise on your way to seeing Chris Pratt play Mario in April 2023.

Wednesday, April 5, 2023

On a Wing and a Prayer  - Rated PG - Dennis Quaid, Heather Graham

The Super Mario Bros. Movie  - Rated PG - Chris Pratt, Charlie Day 

Friday, April 7, 2023

Paint  - Rated PG-13 - Owen Wilson, Stephen Root

Friday, April 14, 2023

Nefarious - Rated R - Sean Patrick Flanery, Jordan Belfi

The Pope’s Exorcist  - Rated R - Russell Crowe, Alex Essoe

Renfield  - Rated R - Nicolas Cage, Nicolas Hoult

Sweetwater - Rating TBD - Everett Obsorne, Jeremy Piven

Friday, April 21, 2023

Beau is Afraid  - Rated R - Joaquin Phoenix, Parker Posey

The Covenant  - Rated R - Jake Gyllenhaal, Antony Star

Evil Dead Rise  - Rated R - Alyssa Sutherland, Lily Sullivan

Friday, April 28, 2023

Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret  - Rating TBD - Abby Ryder Fortson, Rachel McAdams

Big George Foreman: The Miraculous Story of the Once and Future Heavyweight Champion of the World  - Rating TBD - Forest Whitaker, Matthew Glave

May 2023 Movie Releases

Will the Guardians of the Galaxy encounter a Little Mermaid during their next Fast trip through space in May 2023?

Friday, May 5, 2023

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3  - Rating TBD - Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana

Friday, May 12, 2023

Book Club: The Next Chapter  - Rating TBD - Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda

Love Again  - Rating TBD - Sam Heughan, Priyanka Chopra Jonas

The Mother  – Netflix Release – Rated TV-MA – Jennifer Lopez, Joseph Fiennes

Friday, May 19, 2023

Fast X  - Rating TBD - Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez

Monica - Rating TBD - Trace Lysette, Patricia Clarkson

Friday, May 26, 2023

About My Father  - Rating TBD - Sebastian Maniscalco, Robert De Niro

Kandahar - Rating TBD - Gerard Butler, Bahador Foladi

The Little Mermaid  - Rated PG - Halle Bailey, Melissa McCarthy

The Machine  -- Rated R -- Bert Kreischer, Mark Hamill

June 2023 Movie Releases

Take an adventure Across the Spider-Verse with Indiana Jones this June 2023.

Friday, June 2, 2023

The Boogeyman  - Rated PG-13 - Chris Messina, Sophaie Thatcher

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse  - Rating TBD - Shameik Moore, Hailee Steinfeld

Friday, June 9, 2023

Strays  - Rated R - Will Ferrell, Jamie Foxx

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts  - Rating TBD - Anthony Ramos, Dominique Fishback 

Friday, June 16, 2023

The Blackening  - Rating TBD - Antoinette Robertson, Dewayne Perkins

Elemental  - Rating TBD - Mamoudou Athie, Leah Lewis

Extraction 2  - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Chris Hemsworth, Tinatin Dalakishvili

The Flash  - Rating TBD - Ezra Miller, Michael Keaton

Friday, June 23, 2023

Asteroid City  - Rating TBD - Tom Hanks, Margot Robbie

Joy Ride - Rating TBD - Stephanie Hsu, David Denman

No Hard Feelings  - Rating TBD - Natalie Morales, Jennifer Lawrence

Friday, June 30, 2023

Harold and the Purple Crayon  - Rating TBD - Zachary Levi, Zooey Deschanel

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny  - Rating TBD - Harrison Ford, Phoebe Waller-Bridge

July 2023 Movie Releases

A team consisting of The Marvels and Barbie might be able to accomplish even the most Impossible Mission in July 2023.

Friday, July 7, 2023

Insidious: Fear the Dark  - Rating TBD - Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne

Friday, July 14, 2023

Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning - Part One  - Rating TBD -  Tom Cruise , Rebecca Ferguson

Friday, July 21, 2023

Barbie  - Rating TBD - Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling

Oppenheimer  - Rating TBD - Cillian Murphy, Jack Quaid

They Cloned Tyrone  – Netflix Release – Rated R - Jamie Foxx, Teyonah Parris 

Friday, July 28, 2023

Haunted Mansion  - Rating TBD - Rosario Dawson, Owen Wilson

August 2023 Movie Releases

This August 2023, will we discover if the Meg is really responsible for the Last Voyage of the Demeter ?

Friday, August 4, 2023

Meg 2: The Trench  - Rating TBD - Jason Statham, Sienna Guillory

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem  - Rating TBD - Seth Rogen, Shamon Brown Jr.

Friday, August 11, 2023

Challengers  - Rating TBD - Zendaya, Josh O'Connor

Gran Turismo  - Rating TBD - David Harbour, Orlando Bloom

Heart of Stone  – Netflix Release – Rating TBD – Gal Gadot, Jamie Dornan

Last Voyage of the Demeter  - Rating TBD - David Dastmalchian, Nikolai Nikolaeff

Friday, August 18, 2023

Blue Beetle  - Rating TBD - Xolo Maridueña, Susan Sarandon

The Hill - Rating TBD - Joelle Carter, Dennis Quaid

Untitled Please Don't Destroy Project  - Rating TBD - Martin Herlihy, John Higgins

Friday, August 25, 2023

Lift  - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Kevin Hart, Gugu Mbatha-Raw

They Listen  - Rating TBD - Jon Cho, Katherine Waterston

White Bird: A Wonder Story  - Wide Theatrical Release - Rating TBD - Bryce Gheisar, Orlando Schwerdt

September 2023 Movie Releases

Maybe The Equalizer could keep us safe from the The Nun 's return in September 2023.

Friday, September 1, 2023

The Equalizer 3  - Rating TBD - Denzel Washington, Dakota Fanning

Friday, September 8, 2023

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 - Rating TBD - Nia Vardalos, John Corbett

The Nun 2  - Rating TBD - Bonnie Aarons, Taissa Farmiga

Friday, September 15, 2023

 A Haunting in Venice  - Rating TBD - Kenneth Branagh, Kelly Reilly

Friday, September 22, 2023

The Book of Clarence - Rating TBD - Lakeith Stanfield, Benedict Cumberbatch

The Expendables 4  - Rating TBD - Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham

Next Goal Wins  - Rated PG-13 - Michael Fassbender, David Kightley

October 2023 Movie Releases

Perhaps the PAW Patrol could assist The Exorcist in October 2023.

Friday, October 6, 2023

Kraven the Hunter  - Rating TBD - Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Russell Crowe

True Love  - Rating TBD - Gemma Chan, Allison Janney

Friday, October 13, 2023

Damsel  - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Millie Bobby Brown, Angela Bassett

The Exorcist  - Rating TBD - Ellen Burstyn, Leslie Odom Jr.

PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie  - Rating TBD - Dax Shepard, Taraji P. Henson

Friday, October 27, 2023

Pain Hustlers  - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Emily Blunt Chris Evans

Saw 10  - Rating TBD - Tobin Bell, Michael Beach

November 2023 Movie Releases

See if the characters in the upcoming Hunger Games prequel could survive the sands of Dune in November 2023.

Friday, November 3, 2023

Dune: Part Two  - Rating TBD - Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya

Friday, November 10, 2023

Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget  - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Thandiwe Newton, Zachary Levi

The Killer  - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Michael Fassbender, Tilda Swinton

The Marvels  - Rating TBD - Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris

Untitled AFFIRM Holiday Musical   Film - Rating TBD

Friday, November 17, 2023

A Family Affair  - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Joey King, Nicole Kidman

The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes  - Rating TBD - Rachel Zegler, Tom Blyth

Trolls 3  - Rating TBD - Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake

Wednesday, November 22, 2023

The Holdovers - Rating TBD - Paul Giamatti, Tate Donovan

Leo  - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Adam Sandler

Wish  - Rating TBD - Ariana DeBose, Alan Tudyk

December 2023 Movie Releases

Could Aquaman will rule the box office again in December 2023?

Friday, December 8, 2023

Leave the World Behind  - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Ethan Hawke, Julia Roberts

Friday, December 15, 2023

Wonka  - Rating TBD - Timothée Chalamet, Olivia Colman

Wednesday, December 20, 2023

The Color Purple  - Rating TBD - Taraji P. Henson, Halle Bailey

Untitled Ghostbusters Sequel  - Rating TBD - Paul Rudd, Carrie Coon

Friday, December 22, 2023

Migration  - Rating TBD

Rebel Moon  - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Charlie Hunnam Sofia Boutella

Monday, December 25, 2023

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom  - Rating TBD - Jason Momoa, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II 

2023 - Date TBD

We know these films are expected to come out in 2023, but we are just not sure when exactly. Some might have been set for a specific date in 2023, but have been pushed to the following year, or even later.

American Metal - Rating TBD - John Travolta, Ashley Benson

Argylle - Theatrical and Apple TV+ Release - Rating TBD - Henry Cavill, Bryce Dallas Howard

Beverly Hill Cop: Axel Foley – Netflix Release – Rating TBD – Eddie Murphy, Judge Reinhold

Black Canary - Rating TBD - Jurnee Smollett

Carry On – Netflix Release – Rating TBD – Taron Egerton, Jason Bateman

Distant  - Rated PG-13 - Anthony Ramos, Naomi Scott

Ghosted - Apple TV+ Release - Rating TBD - Chris Evans, Ana de Armas

Havoc – Netflix Release – Rating TBD – Tom Hardy, Timothy Olyphant

Here - Rating TBD - Tom Hanks, Robin Wright

Killers of the Flower Moon - Theatrical and Apple TV+ Release - Rating TBD - Jesse Plemons, Leonardo DiCaprio

The Last Train to New York - Rating TBD

Legally Blonde 3 - Rating TBD - Reese Witherspoon, Alanna Ubach

Monkey Man – Netflix Release – Rating TBD - Dev Patel, Sharlto Copley

The Mothership – Netflix Release – Rating TBD – Molly Parker, Halle Berry

Napoleon - Apple TV+ Release - Rating TBD - Joaquin Phoenix, Vanessa Kirby

The Out-Laws – Netflix Release – Rating TBD – Pierce Brosnan, Nina Dobrev

Red One - Amazon Prime Release - Rating TBD - Dwayne Johnson, Chris Evans

Reptile – Netflix Release – Rating TBD – Benicio Del Toro, Alicia Silverstone

Salem's Lot - Rating TBD - Lewis Pullman, Alfre Woodard

Spaceman – Netflix Release – Rating TBD – Adam Sandler, Carey Mulligan

Spellbound - Apple TV+ Release - Rating TBD - Rachel Zegler

Star Wars: Rogue Squadron - Rating TBD

True Haunting - Rating TBD - Jamie Campbell Bower, Erin Moriarty

Unfrosted – Netflix Release – Rating TBD – James Marsden, Melissa McCarthy

The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar – Netflix Release – Rating TBD – Benedict Cumberbatch, Ralph Fiennes

January 2023 Movie Releases

Luclkily, no one experienced a  Fear  like what happens in  M3GAN  during their  House Party  in January 2023.

Friday, January 6, 2023

M3GAN  - Rated PG-13 - Allison Williams, Kimberley Crossman

Women Talking  - Wide Theatrical Release - Rated PG-13 - Jessie Buckley, Rooney Mara

Friday, January 13, 2023

Dog Gone  – Netflix Release – Rated PG – Rob Lowe, Kimberly Williams Paisley

A Man Called Otto  - Wide Theatrical Release - Rated PG-13 - Tom Hanks, Rachel Keller

The Devil Conspiracy  - Rated R - Alice Orr-Ewing, Joe Doyle

House Party  - Rated R - Tosin Cole, Jacob Latimore

Plane  - Rated R - Gerard Butler, Mike Colter

Friday, January 20, 2023

Missing  - Rated PG-13 - Storm Reid, Nia Long

Friday, January 27, 2023

Fear  - Rated R - Joseph Sikora, Tip "T.I." Harris

Infinity Pool  - Rated R - Alexander Skarsgård, Mia Goth

Shotgun Wedding  - Amazon Prime Release - Rated R - Jennifer Lopez, Josh Duhamel

You People  – Netflix Release – Rated R – Eddie Murphy, Jonah Hill

February 2023 Movie Releases

Ant-Man and the Wasp  were there to save the day when a Cocaine Bear made a  Knock at the Cabin  in February 2023.

Friday, February 3, 2023

80 for Brady  - Rated PG - Tom Brady, Lily Tomlin

The Amazing Maurice  - Rated PG - Hugh Laurie, Emilia Clarke

Knock at the Cabin  - Rated R - Dave Bautista, Jonathan Groff

Friday, February 10, 2023

Consecration  - Rated R - Jena Malone, Danny Huston

Sharper  - Theatrical Release - Rated R -  Julianne Moore, Sebastian Stan

Your Place or Mine  - Netflix Release - Rated PG-13 - Reese Witherspoon, Ashton Kutcher

Tuesday, February 14, 2023

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Paused Movie Scenes That Need A Closer Look

No art film shocked audiences like 'flaming creatures'.

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Underground artistic films are often breeding grounds for boundary pushing controversy. The pictures 1963 experimental film Flaming Creatures is the absolute picture of this phenomenon. The film is a loosely structured collection of scenes in which most of the characters are dressed in drag. The various scenes are quite graphic, particularly some that have vivid and explicit sexual content. The filmmakers were charged with obscenity and the it was banned, but as a result of this it became a symbol of fighting against such laws and therefore famous as a result. 

Before 'Wonder Woman'... Lynda Carter In 'Bobbi Jo and the Outlaw'

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Lynda Carter is most famous for her role as Wonder Woman, but it was not her feature film debut. That came a few months after the release of Wonder Woman in the film Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw. It follows Carter as a young, amateur country music singer, who escapes her life as a waitress and joins with Lyle, played by Marjoe Gortner, who fancies himself a modern day Billy the Kid. They are eventually joined by her sister and her boyfriend and embrace a life of crime. The film was notorious for some explicit scenes featuring Carter. 

Press Pause At Just The Right Time And You Can Catch The "Ghost" In 'Three Men And A Baby' 👻

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Did you catch this strange and shocking moment in the most popular film of 1987? The  uber-paused scene in the film Three Men and a Baby (1987) occurs during a pivotal moment in the plot when the characters played by Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, and Ted Danson are frantically trying to get the baby to sleep. As they rush around the room, a cardboard cutout of a character can be seen in the background, seemingly standing on its own. 

This scene caused quite a stir among audiences at the time, with many people believing that the cardboard cutout was actually a ghost. The film was released in the late 1980s, a time when the supernatural and paranormal were becoming increasingly popular themes in popular culture. The idea of a ghost appearing in a comedy film was certainly unexpected and shocked many viewers, adding an extra layer of intrigue to an already entertaining film. Apparently no one realized that the cardboard cutout of Danson wearing a top hat actually appears again during the film in a more prominent position. Maybe we just want to be scared.

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The Corkscrew Flip In 'The Man With The Golden Gun' Has To Be Paused To Be Believed

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The corkscrew car jump scene in The Man With The Golden Gun is certainly one of the most impressive and insane car stunts in film history. In the scene, James Bond chases his nemesis Scaramanga, played by Christopher Lee, in an AMC Hornet before losing him. Bond then has to cross a topsy-turvy bridge in order to continue following Scaramanga. The car performs a series of acrobatic flips through the air before finally landing on the other side, much to the amazement of the audience .

This stunt is particularly impressive because it was performed for real, with no special effects or computer-generated imagery involved. It required incredible precision and skill from the stunt driver, as well as a specially designed car and ramp. The fact that this stunt was performed for real makes it all the more impressive, and it's no wonder that audiences would want to pause the scene to fully appreciate the level of skill and bravery involved.

Overall, the corkscrew car jump scene in The Man With The Golden Gun is a testament to the ingenuity and bravery of stunt performers, and it's one of the most memorable and impressive car stunts in film history.

Jamie Lee Curtis WOWS In 'Trading Places' 👀

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This serious wowzer of a scene in Trading Places gained attention from fans of the film due to Curtis' seductive and confident portrayal of her character, Louisa. Most members of the audience know Curtis as Laurie Strode in Halloween, a wallflower at best, but when she shows off all of her glory it's a pause button worthy moment to say the least.

As she undresses, Curtis' character can be seen admiring her own reflection in the mirror and taking pleasure in her own sexuality. The scene is both titillating and empowering, and has remained a fan favorite due to Curtis' captivating performance and the film's exploration of gender and power dynamics. Many viewers have paused the scene to get a closer look at Curtis' character and to enjoy the saucy and confident moment.

'Back to the Future' Has An Easter Egg Every Time You Hit Pause

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The scene in the film Back to the Future (1985) where it's revealed that the name of the mall has been changed to "Lone Pine Mall" is a classic moment that has stuck with audiences for decades. In the scene, Marty McFly ( played by Michael J. Fox ) travels back in time to the 1950s and accidentally runs over a tree with his car. When he returns to the present, he discovers that the mall he knows and loves (Twin Pines) has a different name thanks to his time travel shenanigans.

The sign goes by without any pomp and circumstance, which has led audiences to not only pause the scene to make sure they're not seeing things, but to rewind to the previous appearance of the sign and check that they're not losing their minds. It's one of the many Easter eggs that makes this Robert Zemeckis time travel film an absolute masterpiece.

The Most Famous Paused Scene Of All Time... 'The Seven Year Itch'

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The dress scene in The Seven Year Itch is one of the most famously paused scenes in cinema history, and it's not hard to see why. In the scene, Marilyn Monroe 's character, a sultry and irresistible woman simply known as "The Girl" stands on a grate in a white dress as the air from the subway blows it up, revealing her legs and panties. The scene is both sexy and playful, and Monroe's performance is nothing short of iconic.

Released in 1955, The Seven Year Itch was a major success at the box office, and helped to cement Monroe's status as a Hollywood superstar. At the time of the film's release, Monroe was at the height of her fame and had just divorced her second husband, baseball legend Joe DiMaggio . The film's portrayal of Monroe as a seductive and desirable woman was a perfect reflection of her real-life persona , and helped to further fuel her already considerable fame and popularity.

For home audiences, pausing the dress scene in The Seven Year Itch is a must in order to fully appreciate the artistry and craftsmanship that went into creating it. From the memorable music and sound design to Monroe's captivating performance, every detail of the scene has been carefully crafted to create a sense of sensual and playful fun.

Who Hasn't Rewound To Make Sure They Actually Saw A Storm Trooper Bonk His Head In 'Star Wars: A New Hope'

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In the original Star Wars: A New Hope , the stormtrooper who hits his head on a low hanging door frame has become a beloved and iconic moment in the film. Despite being highly trained soldiers, this stormtrooper managed to completely miss the fact that there was a door in front of him, resulting in a comical and embarrassing moment. 

The scene has been parodied and referenced countless times, with many fans affectionately referring to the stormtrooper as "Door Head." To this day, the stormtrooper's mishap continues to bring a smile to the faces of Star Wars fans everywhere, and serves as a reminder that even the most skilled and formidable of warriors can have a moment of clumsiness.

When Paused At Just The Right Time Audiences Can See Dennis Hopper's Body Swapped Out For A Literal Dummy 👀

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In the 1994 action thriller Speed , actor Dennis Hopper gives a memorable and intense performance as the film's antagonist, Howard Payne. However, his death scene in the film has gained a certain level of notoriety due to a continuity error that can be spotted if the scene is paused at the right moment. During the scene, Hopper's character is seen falling from a great height and crashing through a glass ceiling. 

If the scene is paused at just the right moment, it is possible to see that Hopper has been swapped out with a dummy for the fall, which is a common technique used in film to depict falls from great heights. This error has been pointed out by numerous fans of the film over the years and has become something of an Easter egg for those who are familiar with it. Despite the mistake, Hopper's death scene is still an intense and memorable moment in the film.

Does A Fly Actually Land On Belloq's Face In 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'? You Have To Press Pause To Really Figure It Out

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The scene in Raiders of the Lost Ark where a fly lands on Belloq's face is a moment that has remained ingrained in the memories of many fans of the film. As Belloq, played by Paul Freeman, delivers a monologue about the power of the Ark of the Covenant, a fly can be seen landing on his face and remaining there for a moment before flying off.

The scene has become memorable for its unexpected and humorous nature, and many fans of the film have paused the scene to get a closer look at the fly and make sure it's real. The fly's brief appearance in the scene has added an extra layer of nostalgia and whimsy to the film, and has remained a fan favorite moment for decades.

"Are You Trying To Seduce Me Mrs. Robinson?"

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In the 1967 film The Graduate , there is a seduction scene that has become iconic and memorable for its sexual tension and innuendo . In the scene, the character of Mrs. Robinson, played by Anne Bancroft, seduces the film's protagonist, Benjamin, played by Dustin Hoffman. The scene is filled with suggestive dialogue and innuendo as Mrs. Robinson attempts to lure Benjamin into a sexual encounter.

The scene is both titillating and uncomfortable, as it portrays a taboo and inappropriate relationship. Despite its controversial nature, the seduction scene in The Graduate is one that audiences continue to pause to this day, thankfully digital versions of the film ensure that no VHS tapes are being destroyed.

Pause 'Teen Wolf' At just The Right Time And You'll Get An Eyeful 

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In the 1985 film Teen Wolf , eagle-eyed viewers have been entranced by an alleged continuity error involving a background extra. In the scene, high school basketball fans are celebrating a major win by their werewolf-led team , and in the background, an extra can be seen with their pants unzipped. 

This error has been pointed out by numerous fans of the film over the years, and has led to speculation about whether the error was intentional or accidental. Regardless of the reason for the error, the scene has become something of an Easter egg for fans of the film, who often pause the movie to get a closer look at the unzipped pants and to see if they can spot any other shenanigans in the background.

This Scene From 'The Shining' Remains One Of The Most Surreal Paused Moments In Film History

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The famously paused bear suit scene in The Shining, a horror film directed by Stanley Kubrick and released in 1980, has become one of the most iconic and memorable moments in cinematic history in spite of its brevity. In the scene,  Danny Torrance is running away from his father , Jack Torrance (played by Jack Nicholson), and as he takes a hard turn through the Overlook Hotel's many corridors Danny comes face to face with a man wearing a bear suit on his knees in front of one of the Overlook's many apparitions.

The scene became so popular due to its unexpected and surreal nature, as well as the intense performance by Nicholson. The Shining was released in the era of postmodernism, a time when traditional narrative structures and conventions were being challenged and subverted in art and culture. As a result, the bear suit scene perfectly exemplified the themes and stylistic choices of the film, which blended horror and psychological thriller elements with a surreal and dreamlike atmosphere. The scene's lasting impact can be seen in its numerous parodies and homages in popular culture.

The Chestburster Scene In 'Alien' Remains A Standout Of The Science-Fiction Genre

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This incredibly shocking scene from Alien where Kane (played by John Hurt) is suddenly and unexpectedly attacked by a creature that bursts out of his chest remains one of the most anticipated and rewatchable moments in film history. The scene is both graphic and unexpected, and has been praised for its effectiveness in creating tension and fear. 

The chest burster scene has become one of the most iconic and memorable moments in science fiction film, and is often cited as one of the most paused scenes in cinema history. Many fans have paused the scene to get a closer look at the creature and to marvel at the special effects used to create the memorable moment.

Is There A Munchkin Hanging In The Back Of A Scene In 'The Wizard of Oz'?

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This chilling still from The Wizard of Oz (1939) occurs as Dorothy and her friends are skipping down the yellow brick road, singing the iconic song "We're Off to See the Wizard." As they skip along, a shadowy figure can be seen in the background hanging from a tree. This figure is often believed to be a suicidal munchkin, and the scene has stuck with audiences for decades. The film was released in the 1930s , a time when suicide was a taboo subject and not often depicted in mainstream media. The idea of a munchkin, a fantastical and childlike creature, committing suicide adds a disturbing and unsettling element to the otherwise magical and light-hearted film. The scene has been the subject of much speculation and debate over the years, with some people claiming that it was simply a bird or a shadow, while others insist that it was a munchkin who had taken their own life. Regardless of the true explanation, the scene has left a lasting impression on audiences and continues to be a source of fascination and mystery.

Norman Bates Smiles With A Superimposed Skull Over His Head In 'Psycho' 💀

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The often paused scene at the end of the 1960 film Psycho has become one of the most iconic and memorable moments in cinematic history. In the scene, the character of Norman Bates, played by Anthony Perkins, is revealed to be the killer who has been terrorizing the film's protagonists. As the truth is uncovered, a skull is superimposed over Norman's face, symbolizing the death of his true identity and the emergence of his psychopathic alter ego. The scene is both frightening and thought-provoking, as it suggests that anyone can be capable of darkness and that appearances can be deceiving. The film, which was released during the early 1960s, was a pioneering work in the horror genre, and it proved that Alfred Hitchcock was the master of the genre .

Haviland Morris Has To Be Seen To Be Believed In 'Sixteen Candles'

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The shower scene at the beginning of Sixteen Candles is a poignant and nostalgicically evocative moment that perfectly captures the themes of isolation and growing up that run throughout the film. As the camera lingers on the steamy bathroom, we see Samantha, the protagonist, and her best friend watching the most popular girl in school standing alone under the spray of water, rinsing off after gym.

This is definitely a seriously paused scene from the '80s , but it's also a poignant reminder of the struggles and challenges that come with growing up, and it perfectly sets the stage for the rest of the film, which follows Samantha as she navigates the complexities of adolescence and the search for connection and belonging. Despite the warm and humorous tone of the film, this scene reminds us of the moments of isolation and introspection that are an integral part of the human experience, and it speaks to the universal longing for connection and understanding that we all share.

Pause 'Tron' At The Right Time To Catch A PacMan Cameo

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In the 1982 science fiction film Tron , there is a scene where the villain, Sark, is viewing a schematic of one of its maze-like environments. Within this schematic, there is an Easter Egg in the form of a Pac-Man character.

The inclusion of Pac-Man in Tron reflects the influence of video games in popular culture at the time. The scene in which Pac-Man appears is brief, but it adds an element of fun and nostalgia for audiences familiar with the game. Easter Eggs like this one, which are hidden references or jokes within a work of media, are a common way for creators to pay homage to other media or to add an element of surprise for their audience. They also invite viewers to watch the film again and again with their fingers on the pause button.

Marilyn Monroe Gives Quite A Show In 'Niagara'

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Marilyn Monroe's shower scene in the 1953 film Niagara remains one of the most famous and paused scenes in cinema history for several reasons. Firstly, it was one of the first instances of a major Hollywood star appearing in a sexually suggestive or risque scene. This was a bold move for Monroe , who was already a major star at the time, and it helped to solidify her image as a sex symbol . The scene itself is also masterfully shot and edited, with the use of close-ups, cross-cutting, and the sound of the running water all contributing to a sense of tension and mystery. 

Can You Really See It All In The Opening Scene Of 'Jaws'?

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The opening scene of Jaws is a memorable and iconic moment in film history that has left a lasting impression on audiences. This 1975 thriller, directed by Steven Spielberg , follows the story of a police chief, a scientist, and a grizzled fisherman who team up to hunt down a great white shark terrorizing a New England beach town. The film's opening scene sets the stage for the terror to come, as it depicts a young woman, Chrissie (played by Susan Backlinie), swimming alone in the ocean at night.

The scene is shot beautifully, with the moonlit water and the sounds of the ocean creating a sense of peacefulness and solitude. However, this peace is shattered when Chrissie is suddenly attacked by a shark , an event that is depicted in a series of quick, jarring cuts that ratchet up the tension and suspense. It's easy to see why audiences might want to pause the film at this point, as the scene is both visually striking and emotionally charged. The opening scene of Jaws is a masterful example of how to establish a film's tone and setting while creating an incredibly pausable moment.

This Scene From 'Dream Warriors' Has Sent Teens Running For The Pause Button For Decades

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One of the most iconic scenes in the horror classic A Nightmare on Elm Street: Dream Warriors  occurs when Joey is tricked by dream demon Freddy Krueger, who is in disguise as a sexy high school nurse. This scene is full of tension, surprise, and plenty of naughtiness as Joey is lured in by the seductive nurse only to realize that it's actually the terrifying Fred Krueger. This film is known for its groundbreaking special effects and innovative use of dreams as a means of terror, making it a must-see for any horror fan. 

The scene where Joey is tricked by Freddy is just one example of the clever and twisted ways in which the film uses the dream world to terrorize its characters. It's a scene that audiences will want to pause and analyze, trying to spot the subtle clues that hint at Freddy's true identity while also taking in everything the nurse has to offer. 

Overall, Dream Warriors is a classic horror film that continues to thrill and surprise audiences with its imaginative and terrifying story.

Pause 'Scanners' At The Right Time For Explosive Fun

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The scene in Scanners where Michael Ironside's character makes a guy's head explode with telekinesis is an iconic moment in film history. It has achieved widespread popularity and has become one of the most memorable and memorable scenes in the film. 

Scanners , directed by David Cronenberg, has gained cult status due to its unique blend of science fiction and horror elements, and this scene is certainly a standout moment. It's not for the faint of heart, as it is quite graphic and gory, but audiences may want to pause it for a closer look at the special effects and to see just how it was done. The sheer force and power of Ironside's character's telekinetic abilities are truly impressive, and it's no wonder this scene has become such a fan favorite.

An Early Cut of 'The Rescuers' Was Practically An R-Rated Film

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The home video version of The Rescuers , a popular animated film produced by Walt Disney Pictures, was released in 1977. However, it was later discovered that a brief, but highly controversial and offensive, image was included in the background of one scene. This image, which had to be paused in order to be scene was believed to be inserted into the film during post-production but it's unclear who was exactly responsible. The poster, a picture of a topless woman, was removed following the 1992 home video release of the film and all future home video releases were created from a different print.

Pause 'Evil Dead: Dead By Dawn' at Just The Right Time For a Horror Easter Egg

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The woodshed scene in Evil Dead 2 (1987) is a perfect example of the film's clever blend of horror and humor . As Ash (Bruce Campbell) heads to the the shed to retrieve items for unholy battle, viewers may be tempted to pause the film at just the right moment to catch a glimpse of a certain iconic horror movie prop hanging on the wall. That's right, if you pause the film at just the right moment, you can see see none other than Freddy Krueger's glove from A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) hanging on the wall in the background.

This playful nod to the crossover between the two horror franchises is just one of the many moments of nostalgia and wit that make Evil Dead 2 such a beloved and enduring classic of the genre. It's a testament to the creativity and cleverness of director Sam Raimi, who has a knack for paying homage to the horror films that inspired him while also putting his own unique spin on things. Whether you're a fan of Evil Dead , A Nightmare on Elm Street , or both, the woodshed scene is sure to bring a smile to your face and a shiver down your spine.

Pause 'Repulsion' At The Right Time For A True Shock

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The mirror scene in Repulsion is a true masterpiece of horror cinema, and is widely considered to be one of the first jump scares in the genre. In the scene, our protagonist Carol (played by the brilliant Catherine Deneuve) is in the midst of a mental breakdown, and begins to see grotesque and terrifying images of herself in the mirror. As she becomes more and more unhinged, the scene becomes increasingly intense and suspenseful, culminating in a shocking and memorable jump scare that is sure to leave audiences gasping.

Released in 1965, Repulsion was one of the first films to truly embrace the horror genre , and paved the way for many of the classic horror films that would follow in its wake. At the time of its release, horror was still a relatively new and untested genre, and Repulsion was a trailblazer in terms of its use of psychological terror and its ability to disturb and unsettle audiences. The mirror scene is a perfect example of this, as it uses a simple and familiar object (a mirror) to create a sense of unease and discomfort that is truly masterful.

For home audiences, pausing the mirror scene in Repulsion is a must in order to fully appreciate the expert craftsmanship that went into creating it. From the chilling music and sound design to the brilliant use of Catherine Deneuve's expressive face, every detail of the scene has been carefully crafted to build tension and suspense. Whether you're a horror aficionado or just looking for a good scare, the mirror scene in Repulsion is sure to delight and terrify in equal measure.

Pause 'Return of the Jedi' at Just The Right Time For a Shocking Surprise

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The scene in Return of the Jedi where Darth Vader is electrocuted and audiences can briefly see his skeleton is one of the most famously paused scenes in the Star Wars franchise. In the scene, Vader is being tortured by the Emperor, who is attempting to turn him back to the dark side. As Vader writhes in pain, the electrical charges passing through his body cause his armor to briefly reveal his skeleton, giving audiences a glimpse of the man underneath the mask.

The Star Wars films are among the most popular and beloved franchises in the history of cinema, and Return of the Jedi is no exception. When the film was released in 1983, it was a massive hit with audiences and critics alike, and helped to solidify the franchise's place as a cultural phenomenon. The scene in which Vader is electrocuted is a key moment in the film, as it reveals that there is still some humanity left in him despite his fall to the dark side. This moment of vulnerability and humanity makes Vader a more complex and relatable character, and helps to deepen the emotional impact of the film.

Take A Look At The Boy Plugging His Ears in the Back of This Scene From 'North By Northwest'

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The scene in North By Northwest where a boy can be seen holding his ears in the background in anticipation of coming gun fire is a classic example of a blooper, and it's one of the many fun Easter eggs that film enthusiasts love to look for in movies. This particular scene takes place during a tense moment in the film when the main character, played by Cary Grant, is hiding from a group of villains in the Mount Rushmore visitor's center. As Grant petitions Eva Marie Saint's character for a little help, a young boy can be seen holding his ears in the background, seemingly anticipating the loud gunshot that will be fired a few seconds later.

Alfred Hitchcock was known for his attention to detail and his meticulous approach to filmmaking, so it's surprising to see a continuity error like this in one of his films. However, it's important to remember that even the most well-planned and executed productions can have mistakes, and these errors can add an extra layer of enjoyment for audiences who like to pause the movie and look for them.

Hit Pause Fast Enough And You'll Find E.T. in 'The Phantom Menace'

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In 1999's Star Wars: The Phantom Menace , E.T. (or three of E.T.'s family members ) can be seen in the Galactic Senate during Princess Amadala's speech. This payback to Steven Spielberg including R2-D2 and C-3PO in Raiders of the Lost Ark is not only unexpected but it adds an extra layer of whimsy and humor to the scene if you know when to pause.

Some fans have speculated that E.T. may be a member of a previously unseen alien species, while others have speculated that he may be a force-sensitive being. Regardless of the reason for his appearance, E.T.'s cameo in the Galactic Senate has continued to intrigue and delight fans of the film.

Cybill Shepherd Turned Heads In 'The Last Picture Show'

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The counterculture and post counter-culture years of the late 1960’s and 70’s led to movies and other art taking a more critical look at the decades that came before, such as the 1950’s, when explicit films were far more taboo. An example of this is the 1971 teenage coming of age drama The Last Picture Show. The film followed a group of high schoolers in Texas during the early 1950’s and the latter stages of their teenage years. It generated some controversy due to it’s sexual content, but overall, is regarded as an excellent film that portrays the slings and arrows of adolescence well. Famed critic Roger Ebert even named it the best movie of 1971. 

Sybil Danning Stuns In 'Chained Heat'

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Elizabeth Montgomery as the lead character in 'The Legend of Lizzie Borden' (1975)

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Murder mysteries are a genre whose popularity has remained consistent throughout the generations. Tales of murder often lend themselves to questions about ethics, revenge, justifiable violence, psychology, and so on, and can often be controversial in how they ask these questions as well as being quite explicit. The 1975 film The Legend of Lizzie Borden was an example of this. The film follows a still unsolved murder from the 1890’s in New England. The prime suspect was played by Elizabeth Montgomery, who was depicted committing the murders in the film sans clothing, which was censored for American viewers. 

'A Clockwork Orange' Was Pulled From Theaters In The UK By Its Director, Stanley Kubrick

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'Beyond the Valley of the Dolls' Brought Exploitation Cinema To The Mainstream

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Behind The Scenes With Madeline Kahn and Mel Brooks on 'Blazing Saddles' (1974)

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Jamie Lee Curtis As The Ultimate Final Girl In 'Halloween'

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Halloween has long been a cliché setting within which to set a horror film. The apex of this notion is the 1978 classic Halloween starring Jamie Lee Curtis, as this picture shows, in her film debut, and others such as Michael Meyers. The film is lauded as a classic of the horror genre and was even selected by the Library of Congress as being worthy of special preservation. It was controversial at the time due to the sexual themes in the film, but has stood the test of time as being one of the better horror films ever made.  

"Marriage functions best when both partners remain somewhat unmarried." -Italian actress Claudia Cardinale, 1966

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The behavior of celebrities has always been a cause for public debate and controversy on ethics and personal decisions due to the fact celebrity behavior is covered by tabloids and is always in the public eye. The public often loves nothing more than they do a celebrity scandal, particularly one regarding an affair. Sometimes, controversial statements on subjects like this from celebrities become hot button subjects of debate. This quote by the pictured actress Claudia Cardinale, justifying infidelity, is a great example thereof. 

'Monty Python and the Holy Grail' (1975)

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Comedy and senses of humor change from generation to generation: often, something one generation finds hysterical will be found to be utterly boring by the next. Some films, however, stand the test of time and become classics of comedy. Monty Python and the Holy Grail is one such film that has never gone out of fashion. The film follows parodies of King Arthur and his court trying to find the illusive holy grail, and their adventures along the way. Since it’s release, it has secured a place on the Mount Rushmore of all-time comedies, but remains controversial to some due to it’s language and themes and the subjects it mocks. 

Raquel Welch Courts Controversy In 'Myra Breckinridge'

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PJ Soles, Joey Ramone Goofing Around in between scenes in 'Rock N Roll High School'

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'Bicycle Thieves' Earned Condemnation For a Few Shocking Scenes

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The Violence Of 'Django' Turned the Western Genre Upside Down

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'John Goldfarb, Please Come Home!' Faced A Lawsuit For Bringing "Immeasurable Damage" To Notre Dame

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'Midnight Cowboy' Is The Only X-Rated Film To Win an Academy Award

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The Brutality Of 'Peeping Tom' Shocked British Audiences in 1960

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Divine Still Shocks Audiences With the Final Scene of 'Pink Flamingos'

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Some films invite great controversy and anger by depicting absurd degrees of graphic excess on screen. This is certainly true of the 1972 cult classic Pink Flamingos. It follows a drag queen who makes it her express goal to be as “filthy as possible”. She engages in a wide variety of increasingly outrageous acts, ranging from murder to cannibalism and so on. It ends with a revolting scene wherein she consumes dog feces. The film is considered an example of abject art, where art is detached from social norms. 

Jack Nicholson Goes Full Hippie in 'Psych-Out'

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'The Devils' Was Built To Stir Controversy

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The MPAA Hated 'The Moon is Blue'

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The 1950’s was a time of strict cultural conformity and frowned upon controversy and movies pushing the limits of social acceptability. For this reason, the 1953 movie The Moon is Blue was a controversial one. It follows a young unmarried woman who goes to the apartment of two older playboy men. They are disappointed when their efforts to win her over fail as she much prefers to discuss the hot button cultural issues around sexuality of the day. The discussion of these topics on film made it a controversial release. 

Marlon Brando In 'The Wild One'

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'Titicut Follies' Exposed The Horrific Conditions In Mental Hospitals... and Was Condemned For Doing So

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Often times, governments are far more interested in trying to censor documentaries directly investigating societal issues than they are in doing so with provocative films. Titicut Follies was a documentary that was released in 1967 that investigated and shed light on a mental hospital in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Frederick Wiseman produced and directed the film, and it exposed the awful conditions of the facility. The state of Massachusetts went to great lengths to block its release, stating that it violated the inmates right to privacy. It was not until 1992 that it was publicly shown on PBS.

Disney's 'The Vanishing Prairie' Got Almost Became Extinct Thanks To The Censorship Board

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The Focus On Homosexuality In 'Victim' Made It A Target Of Censorship Boards In the US and the UK

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Brigitte Bardot and Jeanne Moreau Get Revolutionary in 'Viva Maria!'

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'The Wild Bunch' Proved To Be Too Bloody For Censors

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Charles Bronson Stars In 'Death Wish,' A Film That Critics Felt Went Too Far

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The crime wave of the late 1960’s made the issue a highly salient one in the public eye. As such, films addressing the issue became popular. Few achieved as much success as 1974’s Death Wish starring Paul Bronson. It follows a man whose wife and daughter are murdered on their way home by criminals. Bronson’s character embraces vigilante justice and hunts down criminals to kill them. The film was controversial for its violence but was highly successful. 

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2 Kevin Costner Western movies to be filmed in Washington County

By cassidy wixom, ksl.com | posted - march 8, 2023 at 6:20 a.m., kevin costner announced he will be filming the second two installments of his western "horizon: an american saga" in washington county. (cam mcleod, paramount network).

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ST. GEORGE — Kevin Costner's production company Territory Pictures announced he will be filming parts two and three of his long-anticipated Western "Horizon: An American Saga" in southern Utah.

"The state of Utah, with its intrinsic beauty, is the perfect backdrop for the story of 'Horizon' and can be said to be its own character in our story," Costner said in a press release Tuesday.

"Horizon" is set to be a four-film series depicting the settlement of the American West pre- and post-Civil War. The first installment was shot in and around Moab in 2022 after Utah's State Film Production Amendments bill was passed, exempting rural productions from the limits on the state's annual tax incentive program .

Costner previously said if lawmakers passed the bill, he would bring productions to the Beehive State. His television series "Yellowstone" was previously filmed in Utah but moved production exclusively to Montana after that state offered better tax incentives for filming there.

The two movies are slated for production in "various undisclosed locations throughout Washington County in 2023," a press release from the Greater Zion Convention and Tourism Office said.

The office anticipates the films will provide $90 million in economic impact to Washington County.

Costner said he had been dreaming for a long time about making the "Horizon" movies in Utah, and he even scouted locations while filming "Yellowstone," which was shot in Heber City, Oakley, Kamas, Grantsville and Logan.

"I am looking forward to bringing the production of this next installment of 'Horizon' to Washington County, and I want to thank Joyce Kelly who was tireless in her efforts to bring the West back to Utah and her beloved county and the (Utah Film) Commission for their support in making that possible," said Costner.

Kelly, sales manager for Greater Zion, said the films will lay the groundwork for the region to diversify its tourism economy.

"Our distinct landscape has been the setting for several film and commercial shoots over the years but nothing of the magnitude of 'Horizon.' This is a multiyear partnership with great economic benefit to the community, but little impact to residents," Kelly said.

The tourism office said it has been working with the production team for years to bring "Horizon" to the area. The filming of "Horizon" is also an opportunity to expand Utah Tech University's film program, the press release said.

"Students will have an opportunity for internships and other hands-on experiences with the film. In addition, local citizens will have the opportunity to get involved as extras, crew and more," the news release said.

The unique geological backdrop of Washington County has been used in films throughout the years including "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," "High School Musical 2," and even Katy Perry's 2016 "Rise" music video.

"Utah's film history is rooted in the Western genre and we are thrilled that an epic Western like 'Horizon' from Academy Award-winning director Kevin Costner will continue filming in Utah with the landscapes of Washington County as the backdrop," said Derek Mellus, production manager for the Utah Film Commission. "With a large-scale production like 'Horizon,' local talent, crew and vendors will gain new opportunities for growth in the industry providing a lasting economic impact in the local community."

The tourism office said it will help facilitate communication of opportunities for locals to get involved and further film announcements will be posted to film.greaterzion.com .

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