Poll: Favorite 1930s Horror Movie
A poll by ElMaruecan82
Results of 748 votes:
King Kong (1933)
The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
The Invisible Man (1933)
The Mummy (1932)
The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939)
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)
The Most Dangerous Game (1932)
The Old Dark House (1932)
White Zombie (1932)
The Black Cat (1934)
Island of Lost Souls (1932)
Son of Frankenstein (1939)
30's Film You Are Most Embarrassed to Have Not Seen (Popular and High Grossing)
Which of these high grossing or popular films from the 1930's are you most ashamed to admit that you have not seen? Discuss here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/258221882 Look also for the 30's list of Award Winning and critically acclaimed films that you are most embarrassed that you have not yet seen.
Film Franchises at 100 Years Old
What film franchise do you think will be the first to have a sequel 100 years after creation? Hope we will be able to see these in Dolby V.R. (Virtual Reality!) Silent Era films are omitted. Franchises that started in Television and went to Movies included After voting, please discuss here.
Best James Bond Title (That Isn't a James Bond Title)
These movie titles aren't 007 movies, but they certainly sound like they could be! Which is the best? Discuss here!
Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes
Basil Rathbone made 14 films as Sherlock Holmes from 1939 to 1946. In your opinion, which of these classic movies is the best? Basil Rathbone's IMDB page is here Discuss this poll here
TV Character Wisdom
Which of these TV character words of wisdom agree with you the most? Discuss HERE. See also: Movie Character Wisdom
Your Favorite Eighth Installment in a Franchise?
Which of these eighth installments in a franchise, rated at least 5/10 stars on IMDb with over 1,000 votes, is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Favorite oft-adapted male literary character from the 19th century
A list of male literary characters who first appeared in the 19th century, often adapted in movies. Limited to protagonist and/or title characters. Discuss the list here.
Top 25 four-word movie quotes ...
1,2,3-word quote, 4-word quote rock! Which of these classic four-word movie quotes, would you say, is the most iconic? Discuss here
Face-Off: James Bond vs Sherlock Holmes
James Bond and Sherlock Holmes, between these two highly intelligent characters from British literature which one is your favorite? Discuss the poll here
That Guy Is Everywhere!
Favorite character who has appeared in several different movies, portrayed by several different people, directed by several different directors? Discuss the list here Originally published 6/14/14 - 6,468 votes total as of 11/14/17
Audie Award Finalists 2015
Several of the Audie 2015 Awards Finalists are based on films or TV shows, or share material with them. The Audie Awards (or Audies) are bestowed annually in the USA for outstanding audiobooks. The Audies have been granted by the Audio Publishers Association, the not-for-profit trade organization of the audiobook industry, since 1996. The Audies are often called the Oscars of the audiobook industry. Below is a list of these entries. Which one do you hope will win? Discuss the list here
Jumanji Me Into a Classic Film Noir Movie
What Film Noir movie would you like to be Jumanji'd/transported into? After choosing, please tell us what character is your choice to be Jumanji'd into right here.
Best Early Halloween/Horror Films
Which of these pre-1940 horror films suitable for viewing on Halloween do you consider the best? After voting, please discuss here.
Movies at 75 in 2019
Movies released in 1944 are now 75 years old. This poll includes the top rated 35 of the 1,120 movies released in 1944. Which one of these is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. 2018 << Movies at 75 in Also vote for: Movies at 50 in 2019 | Movies at 25 in 2019
Halloween-ified Movie Quotes!
What's better than a classic movie quote? A classic movie quote with Halloween in it! Which of these Halloween-ified film lines do you like best? Be sure to read them all - there's some great ones! Discuss here... and also, BOO!
Capitol Capers: Washington D.C.
Which is your favorite Capitol Caper? In this poll are movies that take place, in part or whole, in and around Washington, D.C. After voting, please discuss here.
Favorite of These Well Known Movies Based on 19th Century Literature
Which is your favorite of these movies based on 19th Century Literature? Note: Where multiple films exist of a title, the most well known is or highest rated is the only one included (the exception being A Christmas Carol, where both a dramatic and musical version are included). Discuss the poll here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/218797757
Who are you? (TV version)
Which of these TV characters gives the most memorable response to that question? You may discuss the poll here. See also: Who are you? (Movie version)
Most Adapted Novel to Films
Novels have been a great influence on the films. There are numerous films adapted from novels every year. Which novel do you think most deserves to be adapted? Note: All adaptation numbers are based on their Wikipedia pages. No TV adaptations included. Minimum 7 adaptations. Discuss the poll here
Happy 75th Birthday (Favorite 1939 Film)
The films released in 1939 are 75 years old this year. Which of these notable 1939 films is your favorite? Of this poll, IMDb Daily Poll Board member ElMaruecan82 said: "I think this is a terrific idea, but not because these films are turning 75 this year but because they happen to be from the greatest cinematic year ever: 1939. I believe the year deserves a little tribute in your descriptive text, something reminding us that Hollywood's Golden Age reached its pinnacle in 1939, before the Old World would forever collapse under Hitler's tanks ... like a last gasp of brightness, life and colors before the dark." Discuss your list here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/229502983