Prince of Darkness
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To me, Prince of Darkness is one of John Carpenter’s scariest films. Not so much having to do with blood and gore but rather because of the psychological suspense and taking a controversial topic and turning it on its head.

You will never look at a mirror or toilet the same way again.

The 25th-anniversary DVD of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall is an amazing performance with all the pomp and circumstance of an Andrew Lloyd Webber production. The best moment occurs after the performance is over and Sarah Brightman sings alongside five past and present phantoms.

— John Lias, organizer, Doctor Who and Other Cool Shows and Movies Meetup,

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