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Review: NOPE Brilliantly Explores Our Addiction To Spectacle

Academy Award-winning director Jordan Peele has returned with another thought-provoking film, Nope. A film that will undoubtedly be regarded as his most ambitious addition to...

Review: The Black Phone shines with bone chilling tale

Scott Derrickson has returned to the horror Genre with The Black Phone, an adaptation of Joe Hill's short story. After terrifying audiences in 2012...

Review: Jurassic World Dominion ends this era with a whimper

Jurassic World Dominion has been described as the end of an era, but those usually include something great. This conclusion of the Jurassic World series barely makes...

INTERVIEW: Production Designer Marek Dobrowolski Talks The Walking Dead & More

The Walking Dead just finished its 11-season run on AMC+, leaving spinoffs in its wake plus an endless supply of stories set in the new zombie-infested world. Production designer Marek Dobrowolski entered the post-apocalyptic world to create a unique look.

Review: DERRY GIRLS SEASON 3 is a Fitting End to a Great Irish Series

Derry Girls has come to an end. It has been quite a ride with the Irish girls and the Wee English Fella. This season sees...

Review: Firestarter offers a dull flame in new adaptation

Firestarter manages to tell an uninteresting story that also happens to be poorly written. The original film from 1984 starred Drew Barrymore in the...

INTERVIEW: HEAVY METAL DRUMMER’S Kiefer Findlow & Emiliano Plissken

Heavy Metal Drummer (published by Behemoth) is one of the most insane comics I have read in a while. Like some kind of cosmic...

Review: EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE is a Multiverse Spanning Masterpiece

Everything Everywhere All At Once has emerged as one of the biggest films of 2022, earning near-universal critical and audience acclaim. The question is does...

Review: Doctor Strange 2 is Sam Raimi’s MCU Horror Film

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness thrives in Sam Raimi's style while being another successful addition to the MCU. Acting as a sequel...

INTERVIEW: Composer Philip White Scores Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming

Tyler Perry's A Madea Homecoming is the 11th film in the long-running series about a loud and proud black woman played by writer-director Tyler Perry. Composer Phillip White blends family drama and comedy for the film's score.

INTERVIEW: Cinematographer Christopher Rejano And The Colors Of NIGHT’S END

The pandemic years were a psychological crucible for most of us. Night's End is a horror film by director Jennifer Reeder (Knives and Skin) that relates isolation and anxiety through colors and cinematography from Christopher Rejano (Knives and Skin).

Review: DOCTOR WHO FLUX Has a Couple of Great Episodes to Lift a Mediocre Season

Doctor Who: Flux is the latest season of the BBC’s popular sci-fi series. Due to the pandemic, the series had to reduce its number of...