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The Babadook may not be the most original horror movie but this unassuming Australian horror film is one of the most effective of its kind. It’s a low-budget, oddly titled horror flick that relied on psychological terror rather than gore and predictable jump scares.
Slicing in at #5 of the Best Indie Films of 2014 is Snowpiercer, a post apocalyptic, class warfare film that takes place in the confines of a perpetually running locomotive that’s circling the globe non-stop for more than 18 years.
The journey of a rapper’s climb up the success ladder is always entertaining. Now that we are cleaning out the closet of hip-hop history, I bring you some heartwarming artist-in-the-making moments straight from the rap legend vaults.