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film noir

Blade Runner 2049 Offers a Key to Future Box-Office Totals

Per Matt With replicants returning to movie theaters after a long hiatus, will this weekend’s box-office results mimic those of 1982? Or will October follow the lead of the largest U.S. September box office on record, with a familiar film… Continue Reading →

Blade Runner Returns to the Big Screen Not a Moment Too Soon

When a movie is adapted from a bestselling science-fiction author, is directed by a groundbreaking director, is hailed as a cult classic and the distributor releases seven different versions of the final cut, it’s a big deal when a sequel… Continue Reading →

Have a Nice Stay with the Supernatural Crime Drama, Hotel Beau Séjour

Let me be honest, I’m not normally a fan of films with subtitles. It’s just that I’m a tad unable to pay attention to all of the details in a film that are important to me, if I also have… Continue Reading →

Abattoir is a Film Noir, Crime Thriller and Horror Movie All in One

Abattoir is one of those movies that is hard to review. The plot is good, but moves a tad slow. The atmosphere and stylized film noir cinematography is mesmerizing, but won’t be something everyone will enjoy. The clothing and ’40s… Continue Reading →

Superheroes on TV — Marvel vs. DC: An Overview

For a complete version of this article with photos, see TV Superheroes — Marvel vs DC: The Whole Story. Superheroes are the hottest commodity in pop culture. The current state of live broadcast television projects has eight Marvel and DC… Continue Reading →

TV Superheroes — Marvel vs. DC: The Whole Story

We are living in a Golden Age of the Superhero, especially on television. Superheroes are the hottest commodity in pop culture, in both film and TV, as well as the “mainstream” commercial spheres of things like clothing, school supplies, cosplay… Continue Reading →

Sicario

Per Matt Sicario translates as a “hitman” in Spanish. In the Lionsgate movie of the same name, it takes a certain type of personality to tackle the war on drugs near the Mexico-U.S. border, one which meshes perfectly with the… Continue Reading →

Minority Report

Thirteen years after Tom Cruise and Steven Spielberg paired up to make a movie based on the Phillip K. Dick short story, Minority Report returns to the small screen.

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

“This rotten town… it soils everybody.” Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is a Neo-noir crime thriller that returns to the hyper-violent world created by Frank Miller.

The Wolf Among Us: Episode 1 – Faith

Just in time for Halloween, Telltale Games releases the perfect wolf in sheep’s clothing.

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