Charts: Lists

This page shows you the list charts. By default, the movies are ordered by how many times they have been marked as a favorite. However, you can also sort by other information, such as the total number of times it has been marked as a dislike.

  1. iCM Forum's Top 250 Favourite Horror Films's icon

    iCM Forum's Top 250 Favourite Horror Films

    Favs/dislikes: 71:0. As voted by the iCM forum. All nominated films can be found [url=]here[/url].
  2. Tim Dirks' The History of Sex in Cinema's icon

    Tim Dirks' The History of Sex in Cinema

    Favs/dislikes: 71:0. The following listing of these influential, memorable and classic sex scenes and films (chronologically by year) takes into account all of the available surveys of this type of material, and attempts to provide an informed, detailed, unranked grouping of the most influential and groundbreaking films and scenes. It also considers other films with sex-related scenes, including portrayals of sex and/or nudity, and factors in a film's (or scene's) notoriety and infamy and the stars involved. Some of the most notorious (or infamous) films are quite mediocre, usually made as an excuse to display nudity or eroticism of a star performer.
  3. TSPDT's Ain't Nobody's Blues but My Own's icon

    TSPDT's Ain't Nobody's Blues but My Own

    Favs/dislikes: 71:11. As a counterpart to the fairly mainstream TSPDT top 1000 list, the Ain't Nobody's Blues But My Own list has been created. The movies on this list had as its solely criterium: they must be mentioned at most once in a top list. 250 film critics/film makers got to choose exactly one of the aforementioned movies. The list hadn't been on the website of TSPDT for several years and hadn't been updated for many years as well. In January 2019 the owner of the site sent us a new update. It's not listed on his website, but you can view the spreadsheet [url=]here[/url]. The list contains 253 titles instead of 250, because the vote for Buddha's Palm consists of four parts.
  4. Ex-Top1000 - They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?'s icon

    Ex-Top1000 - They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?

    Favs/dislikes: 64:3. This list displays all the films that dropped off TSPDT 1,000 Greatest Films, going back to March 2006.
  5. Movies You May Have Missed's icon

    Movies You May Have Missed

    Favs/dislikes: 63:5. What is your favorite film that NONE of your friends have seen? A video podcast by Juan Carlos Bagnell, Lee Buckley, and Marie Bagnell.
  6. Greatest Films of Art and Spirituality's icon

    Greatest Films of Art and Spirituality

    Favs/dislikes: 62:0. Cinema Seekers is a site dedicated to discussing spirituality in film.
  7. Empire's 50 Greatest Independent Films's icon

    Empire's 50 Greatest Independent Films

    Favs/dislikes: 61:2.
  8. Letterboxd Top 250 (updated regularly)'s icon

    Letterboxd Top 250 (updated regularly)

    Favs/dislikes: 60:0. "Letterboxd's Top 250 movies, based on the average weighted rating of all Letterboxd users. I removed all stand-up specials, stage plays, concert films, documentaries, shorts, 'collection listings' and other 'rarities', so only feature length narrative movies are listed here. Films should have a minimum of 5,000 ratings to be eligible to enter the list."
  9. The top 100 Most Violent Movies Ever Made by Tim Wambolt's icon

    The top 100 Most Violent Movies Ever Made by Tim Wambolt

    Favs/dislikes: 59:1. Warning: These are the top 100 sickest, cruelest, most violent, gruesome, upsetting and sadistic films ever made! They contain torture, snuff, rape, animal cruelty, baby killing, genital mutilation and much more! You have been warned! Although none of these films are real like Traces of Death, they are still very realistic and may in fact contain real footage that may be traumatizing, (Seed, Snuff 102, I'm looking at you guys!) Please watch with caution! (Not complete yet. Some entries seem to be missing from IMDB).
  10. iCheckMovies' Most Favorite TV Series and Mini-series's icon

    iCheckMovies' Most Favorite TV Series and Mini-series

    Favs/dislikes: 58:7. These are iCheckMovies' favorite TV series and mini-series, calculated using this formula: favorites / (checks+75) This list includes documentary TV series. Last updated: July 8, 2012
  11. Netflix movies (USA)'s icon

    Netflix movies (USA)

    Favs/dislikes: 58:3. There are already several lists on iCheckMovies of films available on Netflix. Unfortunately they have a tendency to be incomplete and quickly become out of date. This is an attempt to make a more comprehensive and semi-automated version. A program scrapes data from of everything available on Netflix, and then cross-references the title and year against a list of films that meet a set of criteria for notability or interest (including every movie that is an official check). Titles that are official checks are listed first. IMPORTANT NOTE: I am no longer able to scrape the website I was getting the data from. I am trying to find a solution, but the list is not currently being updated.
  12. The 50 greatest World War II movies by Time Out's icon

    The 50 greatest World War II movies by Time Out

    Favs/dislikes: 58:1. As Quentin Tarantino's outrageous men-on-a-mission epic 'Inglourious Basterds' hits our screens, we at Time Out (with the assistance of Tarantino himself) thought it would be a fine time to revisit that most cinematic of conflicts. Some of our choices are stone-cold action classics, others are arthouse masterpieces, but all are worthy of celebration. Sign up today!
  13. 100 Must See Movies: The Essential Men’s Movie Library's icon

    100 Must See Movies: The Essential Men’s Movie Library

    Favs/dislikes: 57:1. "And for better and for worse, film has had a huge impact on masculinity in the 20th Century. Movies have produced archetypes of manliness that many men judge themselves against today. To view how male characters of cinema have been portrayed over the decades, is to see clearly the ways in which our perception of masculinity has changed and continues to change."
  14. Tim Wambolt's Goriest Movies Ever Made's icon

    Tim Wambolt's Goriest Movies Ever Made

    Favs/dislikes: 56:1. The personal choices of Tim Wambolt for the goriest movies ever made, as seen on the now-defunct Running with Scissors website. Tim Wambolt's current lists are found on his website at [url=][/url], but this list is currently based on the original Running with Scissors list which included hundreds of honorable mentions. The list is ordered by amount of gore, and everything after 97 should only be considered an "honorable mention". This list is currently incomplete due to IMDb not having listings for some of the short films and more obscure titles. Movies Missing: 76 Chunk Blower 81 A Thousand and One Nights 89 Meatday (aka Vleesdag) 114 Vadias Do Sexo Sangrento 163 Splattenstein 175 Chainsaw Scumfuck 228 El Trivial Exterminador 2 231 Litio 256 Girl and the Wooden Horse Torture 274 Splattenstein Death Camp 288 El Trivial Exterminador 348 Photomation 360 Photomation: The Avenger 398 Samhain: Night Feast
  15. A.V. Club's The Best Movies of the 2010s's icon

    A.V. Club's The Best Movies of the 2010s

    Favs/dislikes: 55:2. [url=]Source[/url]
  16. Indiewire's The 100 All-Time Greatest Films Directed by Women's icon

    Indiewire's The 100 All-Time Greatest Films Directed by Women

    Favs/dislikes: 54:0.
  17. List of Science Fiction Films's icon

    List of Science Fiction Films

    Favs/dislikes: 54:1. This is a list of science-fiction films organized chronologically. These films have been released to a cinema audience by the commercial film industry and are widely distributed with reviews by reputable critics. This includes silent film–era releases, serial films, and feature-length films. All of the films include core elements of science fiction, but can cross into other genres such as drama, mystery, action, horror, fantasy, and comedy. Among the listed movies are films that have won motion-picture and science-fiction awards as well as films that have been listed among the worst movies ever made, or have won one or more Golden Raspberry Awards. This list also contains additional sci-fi films that were missing from wikipedia's list. This list is useful if looking for a sci-fi film that is on an official icm list. Just sort the list by number of official lists.
  18. iCheckMovies' Most Favorite Shorts's icon

    iCheckMovies' Most Favorite Shorts

    Favs/dislikes: 53:2. These are iCheckMovies' favorite shorts, calculated using this formula: favorites / (checks+75) This list includes documentary shorts and straight-to-video shorts. Last updated: April 12, 2013
  19. Slate's The Black Film Canon's icon

    Slate's The Black Film Canon

    Favs/dislikes: 53:1. Seven years ago—when #OscarsSoWhite was a hot topic and Obama was still president—Slate published the Black Film Canon, a list of 50 of the best and most culturally significant films by Black directors. Critics, scholars, and the filmmakers themselves, including Ava DuVernay, Robert Townsend, and Gina Prince-Bythewood, weighed in with their picks. The result was a collection of films spanning almost 100 years, several continents, and a wide range of genres and styles: from Oscar Micheaux’s silent-era classic Within Our Gates to Djibril Diop Mambéty’s freewheeling road-trip movie Touki Bouki to F. Gary Gray’s iconic comedy Friday. And then, just months after the Black Film Canon came out, Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight made history with a Best Picture Oscar win and Jordan Peele’s Get Out spawned a new cultural lexicon while reigniting the long-neglected Black horror genre. Just a year after that, Black Panther became an unprecedented box-office juggernaut. Since then, many other Black filmmakers, both seasoned and on the come up, have seized on an increasing number of opportunities to tell stories in bold ways: creators like Janicza Bravo, Boots Riley, and Garrett Bradley. Some adjudicators of cinematic prestige—like the once-a-decade Sight and Sound critics’ poll and the Criterion Collection—have finally come around to acknowledging important Black filmmakers after decades of all but ignoring them. Simply put, we’re now living in a different world for Black film. Yet, as ever, barriers remain. This year’s Oscars saw yet another nominations controversy. The forces that have worked to sideline Black filmmakers have not disappeared. Even as the landscape has shifted, there’s more power than ever in understanding the films that brought us to this moment and the new ones taking us into the future. So it seems only fitting to revisit the Black Film Canon and update it to reflect the rush of great movies that have arrived since 2016, as well as reconsider the films made before 2016 that we missed the first time around. This time, in partnership with NPR, Slate polled a group of experts—a mix of industry and critical authorities from our previous list, as well as some newcomers—and we’re thrilled to present the results in our New Black Film Canon. Use it as an opportunity to appreciate the breadth of artistry Black filmmakers have brought to the movies—and as an unbeatable viewing list deep with surprising treasures. The project excludes movies about black people but directed by non-blacks (A Raisin in the Sun, Coming to America). It is also not a poll: it’s an unranked list presented chronologically. [url=]Original Source[/url] [url=]Updated Source[/url]
  20. CineMassacre's Monster Madness's icon

    CineMassacre's Monster Madness

    Favs/dislikes: 51:0. This is a list of all movies mentioned and reviewed in the Monster Madness series from
  21. Video Nasties Deuce Guide's icon

    Video Nasties Deuce Guide

    Favs/dislikes: 51:0.
  22. 21st century films on ICM official lists's icon

    21st century films on ICM official lists

    Favs/dislikes: 50:2. All titles released since the year 2001 currently on official lists. Due to the changing character of this list there might be some inaccuracies. I plan to update it every few months. Last update: July 2017.
  23. Top 50 Dystopian Movies of All Time's icon

    Top 50 Dystopian Movies of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 50:1. Massive dehumanization, totalitarian government, rampant disease, post-apocalyptic terrains, cyber-genetic technologies, societal chaos and widespread urban violence are some of the common themes in dystopian films which bravely examine the ominous shadow cast by future.
  24. Flickchart's Top 100 of All Time's icon

    Flickchart's Top 100 of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 49:1. The aggregated Top 100 Highest-Ranked Films by the users of Flickchart. (last updated 6-15-2018)
  25. iCM Forum's 250 Highest Rated Shorts's icon

    iCM Forum's 250 Highest Rated Shorts

    Favs/dislikes: 49:0. Our highest rated short films with 5+ votes from IMDb vote histories provided by 57 members. Ties are sorted by highest number of votes. Includes shorts, music videos and TV shorts. If you'd like to contribute your own ratings to this project join us over at the iCM Forum and check out this [url=]thread[/url]. For more info and links to all related 'rating' lists check out the [url=]Google sheet[/url]. Thanks to [url=]themagician[/url] for creating the original versions of these lists.
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