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Top Ten Reasons Why Wyld Card Did Not Start A New Top Ten 10

10. Simply did not know the rulz ...

9. Prima donna attitude.

8. Was too busy with the Songfactor's Choice Top 10

7. Because there really is just nothing that can follow Duran Duran's "Hungry Like A Wolf"

6. Because he partied way too hard last night

5. Early onset Alzheimer's

4. He was too busy washing his hair.

3. Was too busy playing poker

2. Was hoping to answer #2, so he wouldn't have to start the next topic; as done with this one.

1. Was hoping not to answer #1, in case he'd forget to start a new list again

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Top Ten Reasons Why Alfred Hitchcock Was A Really Good Film Director

10. He released 3 bona fide classics in the space of 3 years; Vertigo (1958), North By Northwest (1959) & Pyscho (1960)

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Top Ten Reasons Why Alfred Hitchcock Was A Really Good Film Director

10. He released 3 bona fide classics in the space of 3 years; Vertigo (1958), North By Northwest (1959) & Pyscho (1960)

9. We are still talking about him 34 years after his death

8. He ensured that we would never look benignly at large groups of birds ever again.

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Top Ten Reasons Why Alfred Hitchcock Was A Really Good Film Director

10. He released 3 bona fide classics in the space of 3 years; Vertigo (1958), North By Northwest (1959) & Pyscho (1960)

9. We are still talking about him 34 years after his death

8. He ensured that we would never look benignly at large groups of birds ever again.

7. His pacing in order to accomplish build-up-to-reveal in "Psycho" set the standard for chiller movies.

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Top Ten Reasons Why Alfred Hitchcock Was A Really Good Film Director

10. He released 3 bona fide classics in the space of 3 years; Vertigo (1958), North By Northwest (1959) & Pyscho (1960)

9. We are still talking about him 34 years after his death

8. He ensured that we would never look benignly at large groups of birds ever again.

7. His pacing in order to accomplish build-up-to-reveal in "Psycho" set the standard for chiller movies.

6. His cameos in his own films were epic.

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Top Ten Reasons Why Alfred Hitchcock Was A Really Good Film Director

10. He released 3 bona fide classics in the space of 3 years; Vertigo (1958), North By Northwest (1959) & Pyscho (1960)

9. We are still talking about him 34 years after his death

8. He ensured that we would never look benignly at large groups of birds ever again.

7. His pacing in order to accomplish build-up-to-reveal in "Psycho" set the standard for chiller movies.

6. His cameos in his own films were epic.

5. Many of Hollywood's finest did their best work under his direction (Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Anthony Perkins, James Stewart, etc.)

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Top Ten Reasons Why Alfred Hitchcock Was A Really Good Film Director

10. He released 3 bona fide classics in the space of 3 years; Vertigo (1958), North By Northwest (1959) & Pyscho (1960)

9. We are still talking about him 34 years after his death

8. He ensured that we would never look benignly at large groups of birds ever again.

7. His pacing in order to accomplish build-up-to-reveal in "Psycho" set the standard for chiller movies.

6. His cameos in his own films were epic.

5. Many of Hollywood's finest did their best work under his direction (Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Anthony Perkins, James Stewart, etc.)

4. The Shower scene from Psycho (1960) is so ingrained in popular culture, that people usually know about it before even knowing about the film.

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Top Ten Reasons Why Alfred Hitchcock Was A Really Good Film Director

10. He released 3 bona fide classics in the space of 3 years; Vertigo (1958), North By Northwest (1959) & Pyscho (1960)

9. We are still talking about him 34 years after his death

8. He ensured that we would never look benignly at large groups of birds ever again.

7. His pacing in order to accomplish build-up-to-reveal in "Psycho" set the standard for chiller movies.

6. His cameos in his own films were epic.

5. Many of Hollywood's finest did their best work under his direction (Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Anthony Perkins, James Stewart, etc.)

4. The Shower scene from Psycho (1960) is so ingrained in popular culture, that people usually know about it before even knowing about the film.

3. He knew exactly how to capture the attention of an audience with suspense.

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Top Ten Reasons Why Alfred Hitchcock Was A Really Good Film Director

10. He released 3 bona fide classics in the space of 3 years; Vertigo (1958), North By Northwest (1959) & Pyscho (1960)

9. We are still talking about him 34 years after his death

8. He ensured that we would never look benignly at large groups of birds ever again.

7. His pacing in order to accomplish build-up-to-reveal in "Psycho" set the standard for chiller movies.

6. His cameos in his own films were epic.

5. Many of Hollywood's finest did their best work under his direction (Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Anthony Perkins, James Stewart, etc.)

4. The Shower scene from Psycho (1960) is so ingrained in popular culture, that people usually know about it before even knowing about the film.

3. He knew exactly how to capture the attention of an audience with suspense.

2. Had great taste in Leading Ladies.

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Top Ten Reasons Why Alfred Hitchcock Was A Really Good Film Director

10. He released 3 bona fide classics in the space of 3 years; Vertigo (1958), North By Northwest (1959) & Pyscho (1960)

9. We are still talking about him 34 years after his death

8. He ensured that we would never look benignly at large groups of birds ever again.

7. His pacing in order to accomplish build-up-to-reveal in "Psycho" set the standard for chiller movies.

6. His cameos in his own films were epic.

5. Many of Hollywood's finest did their best work under his direction (Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Anthony Perkins, James Stewart, etc.)

4. The Shower scene from Psycho (1960) is so ingrained in popular culture, that people usually know about it before even knowing about the film.

3. He knew exactly how to capture the attention of an audience with suspense.

2. Had great taste in Leading Ladies.

1. Had great taste in Leading Men.

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Top Ten Film Remakes That Are Either As Good As Or Are Better Than The Original

10. Evil Dead (2013)

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Top Ten Film Remakes That Are Either As Good As Or Are Better Than The Original

10. Evil Dead (2013)

9. The Thing (1982)

8. A Nightmare On Elm Street (2010)

7. The Fly (1986)

6. Cape Fear (1991)

5. High Society 1956 (remake of The Philadelphia Story (1940)

4. The Magnificent Seven 1960 (remake of The Seven Samurai (1954)

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Top Ten Film Remakes That Are Either As Good As Or Are Better Than The Original

10. Evil Dead (2013)

9. The Thing (1982)

8. A Nightmare On Elm Street (2010)

7. The Fly (1986)

6. Cape Fear (1991)

5. High Society 1956 (remake of The Philadelphia Story (1940)

4. The Magnificent Seven 1960 (remake of The Seven Samurai (1954)

3. Halloween (2007)

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Top Ten Film Remakes That Are Either As Good As Or Are Better Than The Original

10. Evil Dead (2013)

9. The Thing (1982)

8. A Nightmare On Elm Street (2010)

7. The Fly (1986)

6. Cape Fear (1991)

5. High Society 1956 (remake of The Philadelphia Story (1940)

4. The Magnificent Seven 1960 (remake of The Seven Samurai (1954)

3. Halloween (2007)

2. Heaven Can Wait (1978) remake of Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941)

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Top Ten Film Remakes That Are Either As Good As Or Are Better Than The Original

10. Evil Dead (2013)

9. The Thing (1982)

8. A Nightmare On Elm Street (2010)

7. The Fly (1986)

6. Cape Fear (1991)

5. High Society 1956 (remake of The Philadelphia Story (1940)

4. The Magnificent Seven 1960 (remake of The Seven Samurai (1954)

3. Halloween (2007)

2. Heaven Can Wait (1978) remake of Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941)

1. Assault On Precinct 13 (2005)

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Top Ten Films That Have High Body Counts

10. Rambo (2008)

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