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Anime Series Aims to Give Blade Runner Franchise a New Life

We may not be getting another Blade Runner movie anytime soon, but we will be returning to the world of replicants in the form of an anime series in the near future. No release date yet, but when it airs,… Continue Reading →

They Call Me Mr. Glass

Unbreakable is arguably one of M. Night Shyamalan’s best films, so I’m definitely looking forward to its sequel next year. Split was also a return to form for the director, so I’m anticipating that Unbreakable 2 or “Glass” will be… Continue Reading →

Charlize Theron Out Cools James Bond in Atomic Blonde

Atomic Blonde is based on The Coldest City, a graphic novel written by Antony Johnston. The film is pulpy and retro, basically exactly what you would expect from a graphic novel adaption. It opens with a clip of Reagan, neon lighting… Continue Reading →

Dunkirk Might Be Nolan’s Magnum Opus

When I sat down in my theater seat to see Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, I can’t say I was expecting to review a bad film. Nolan is one of those few directors out there who is critiqued on a different level than… Continue Reading →

We Survived Nashville Nightmare’s Zombie Apocalypse

Fewer things get my blood pumping better than haunted houses. The smells. The sights. The sounds. The anticipation. All of these things lead to much fun to be had, once I enter those darkened hallways. Probably the only thing that I… Continue Reading →

24: Legacy — Same Shit, Different Day

I knew Jack Bauer, and you, sir, are no Jack Bauer.

Black Mirror Season 3: The Show That Watches You Back

For those of you not familiar with the BBC series-turned-Netflix original, the best way to describe this TV show is a modern horror anthology series loosely tied together by technology.

The Journey So Far: Mapping The Walking Dead’s Past

“There is no hope and we’re on the road to nowhere.” As if the anticipation couldn’t be higher for the return of The Walking Dead, an AMC TV special takes a look back at the pop-culture phenomenon’s beginning through The… Continue Reading →

Time Traveling for a Brighter Future

If you could prevent a new disaster from happening in the past, but in the process mess things up for the future, would you do it? This type of Terminator-meets-Back to the Future time-travel paradox presents itself within Timeless.

Remaking a Remake with The Magnificent Seven

Per Matt Reimagining classic movies is nothing new in this day and age, but when, exactly, did remakes of remakes actually begin? Surely, back in 1954, Akira Kurosawa had no idea his film, Seven Samurai, would make a lasting pop-cultural influence… Continue Reading →

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