We asked a bunch of our friends what they thought of each new crop of films released in 2016, and found that the most common response was a combination of films that seemed like they would be fun to watch, and films that could be considered cult classics.
Here’s what we came up with.
I have always loved the way these films all feel like something from a different time, when they all had a different feel and could have been considered cult films.
So many of these films are great, but are also so old that they feel like they could have made the cut.
I feel that this has been a great year for the films we enjoy.
We have some great entries that could have had an impact on the genre, but I’m really looking forward to the rest.
The first and most obvious entry is The Haunting of Hill House, from the likes of John Carpenter, and John Waters.
It’s a good example of a film that can be viewed as a classic in its own right.
A lot of this film is set in a haunted house, and is very much a horror film.
Its very creepy, and it has a sense of humour that’s hard to miss.
It’s also very interesting because it’s the first horror film I’ve seen in the cinema, and I think it’s a film I’ll probably have to see again in a few years.
Another film that I’ve always loved is The Man in the High Castle, a film which was directed by Richard Kelly.
It features the same story as The Hauntings, but it also has the same kind of atmosphere.
There’s a real sense of mystery here, and its not just that there’s a giant shadow on the wall, but that there are different people and things lurking around, which makes for a really interesting film.
The film is also quite frightening, as the people in the house have been killed, but there’s also this sort of tension as the events go on.
And finally, there’s The Exorcist, another film that’s great as a film to watch because it can be very difficult to decide whether you want to watch it.
The first time I saw it, I wasn’t really sure what I was getting myself into.
I’m not a horror movie fan, so the first time watching it I didn’t really understand what it was about, but once I saw what it could do, I found myself going back to it.
One of the films that I really enjoyed was The Lost Boys, from director John Carpenter.
It is the story of a group of teenagers who were sent to a boarding school where they were forced to do activities that they didn’t like.
This film is one of my favourites because it is very easy to watch and is well-executed.
At the beginning of the film, a young boy walks out of the room and begins to scream.
He’s so young, but he’s very scared, and he doesn’t know what to do next.
In the next scene, the boy starts to scream again, and a woman starts to walk into the room.
The boy and his friends come back out, and the woman tells them that she’s going to get them some breakfast.
After the meal, the two boys run off to go find a place to sleep, and after a few minutes they’re both dead.
But in another scene, a woman is seen on a TV screen, and then her husband appears on the screen.
“We’ll find you, Mr Carpenter.”
In The Lost Girls, a girl is kidnapped by the police, and her father has gone missing.
She tells her mother that she is still alive, and that she has a secret.
Her mother asks the girl to help her find the father, but the girl doesn’t believe her.
And in The Existentialist, a group is looking for the body of a woman who was murdered.
Then, in The Black Swan, an actress and her friends go on a trip to visit her father, who’s gone missing in India.
Finally, in The Shape of Water, a character has a dream that he’s going down a very deep well, and when he reaches the bottom he finds that he has to make a choice.
These are all films that are good in their own right, but will also be fun and interesting to watch if you’re a fan of them, and if you can stomach the weirdness of them.
For the rest of the year, you’ll be able to enjoy some great films in the UK, as there’s plenty of great new releases to check out.
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