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Wet Hot American Summer’s Third Trip to Camp Isn’t Quite as Fun

When the film Wet Hot American Summer (WHAS) first premiered in 2001, no one could have predicted the sudden resurgence in popularity it would get nearly 15 years later. The under-seen classic featured a cast of cult stars and unknowns, many of… Continue Reading →

It’s Time to Give Preacher The Chance It Deserves

AMC’s Preacher has unfortunately languished in relative obscurity. I confess that this has been a constant source of consternation and confusion for me. The TV show is backed and produced by Seth Rogan. Its source material is one of the more famous… Continue Reading →

The Leftovers: Charlatan or The Real Deal?

Some time ago, J.J. Abrams gave a TED talk. In that presentation he goes on at length about the concept of mystery in cinema and life. He shows the audience what he calls a mystery box, and explains his fascination… Continue Reading →

“Ghost” Shames Whitewash Whiners, Boasts Loyalty To Lore

Ghost in the Shell is good. You can sleep soundly now. And yes, assuming it makes money, it will be the first of what may be many. Oh, and that whitewashing flap? Stow it. In fact, the solution is so… Continue Reading →

Halloween Must See: The Cabin in the Woods

The Cabin in the Woods, directed by Drew Goddard, may be one of the most important horror films ever made. I know, this is a grandiose claim, especially for a movie that some people wouldn’t even consider horror, but hear… Continue Reading →

Defining Deadpool: A Sarcastic Superhero’s Portrayal

Per Matt A lot of people are already throwing around the words “game changer” in reference to the upcoming FOX movie that breaks the fourth wall, but I wholeheartedly disagree. After attending a media screening for Deadpool last week, I… Continue Reading →

Who the F*#% is Deadpool?

He’s hyper-violent. He’s crude. He’s insane. And yet people love him. He’s Deadpool. But who the fuck is Deadpool, anyway?

The Final Girls

Part horror-comedy, part homage to ’80s slasher flicks, The Final Girls plays with the typical “rules” of different film genres to break the fourth wall, creating a fun and original movie.

Supergirl

In a race against time to shine the mainstream spotlight on more female superheroes, Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television have teamed up to create Supergirl, the first modern-day TV series featuring a superheroine.

Dead Rising: Watchtower

Per Matt When it comes to video-game adaptations for the big screen, sadly, there’s been more failures than blockbusters, but that track record won’t stop Hollywood from trying to break the ongoing trend. With the arrival of digital distribution, the… Continue Reading →

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