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It might be hard to believe, but back in the dark days of 1999 when people huddled around tube-based televisions in fear of packs of marauding boy bands, The Blair Witch Project was…

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The best fairy tales are the ones that don’t seem like what modern audiences have come to think of as “fairy tales.” While the original purpose of fairy tales was…

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What if you threw a superhero party and didn’t recognize anybody who showed up? That’s sort of the vibe given off by Suicide Squad, the third film in  the unsteady,…

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The Star Trek film franchise has always had a hard time balancing the ideas and humanity of original series swith the high-powered action that cinematic audiences expect in a sci-fi…

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It’s unfair to compare the 2016 reboot of Ghostbusters to the 1984 original. That film was possessed of a singular type of chemistry and coincidence that remains impossible to…

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Twenty years. That’s the amount of time it takes for the language of cinema to evolve into a new method of expression. That’s the amount of time for a film to become choked…

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Like a video game that’s all cut scenes and no interaction, Warcraft lumbers across the screen with a sense of inescapable tedium. Whereas most films are content to adhere to…

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"The third film is always the worst." This line is uttered by a character in X-Men: Apocalypse after a viewing of Return Of The Jedi, and on its surface it comes off as a jab at X-Men:…

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It's a long-standing convention in comics to pit superheroes against each other. It's possibly the only thing more exciting than sending a superhero off to battle the latest…

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The Huntsman: Winter's War is a film possessed of a severe identity crisis. It serves as both prequel and sequel to its predecessor, 2012's Snow White and the Huntsman, but…

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Stop me if you've heard this one. An alien, a billionaire, and a demigod walk into a bar. The bartender says, "What'll you have?" They respond, "EVERYTHING ON THE ROCKS, AND…

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10 Cloverfield Lane is a film so wrapped in mystery and subterfuge that its very existence seems to constitute a spoiler warning. Filmed in secrecy under a code name, with not even…

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The opening scene of Deadpool pretty much tells you exactly what kind of film you're about to watch. While Juice Newton’s lite FM staple “Angel Of The Morning”…

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The promise of a title like Pride & Prejudice & Zombies is both blatant and implied. On the surface, you know you'll get Jane Austen's classic novel of English literature…

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There is a grim, dystopian future waiting for humanity. It is a future with no plucky, teenage girls to save it. There are no metaphors delivered with a hammer, no third film adaptation…

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Michael Dougherty’s holiday horror fest Krampus opens on a cynical note and stays there for 90 minutes, bless its cold and frozen heart. In a slow-motion, up-close grace usually…

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