Battle of the Killer Prom Nights

Remakes versus originals, old versus new, and so on. Hollywood loves to remake its beloved classics, more notably, their horror classics. Franchises like Halloween, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Friday the 13th have been rebooted numerous times. With so many redo’s and re-adaptations, arguments circle around which is better: the original or the remake. Though many would argue the original, this is not always the case. Some remakes score farther and higher than their predecessors, so we want to look at some remade classics to determine which is the superior.

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Cell Adore Film Festival: The perfect online festival for a lockdown

A film festival for all your self-isolation needs – Cell Adore Film Festival is entirely online and free. Running from April 10 – 12.

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A Call to Re-Evaluate Disability Tropes in Science Fiction

Disability representation in science fiction typically signifies both the limits of human boundaries as well as the innovations beyond those boundaries. However, when the majority of such representation is established through the use of harmful and often outdated stereotypes, a re-evaluation of those tropes is needed.

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In Sondheim’s 90th Year, His Music on Film Remains as Resonant as Ever

It is far from the first time his songs have appeared isolated from their original context, but the explosion in these past six months is notable.

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Top of the Docs #10 – Marshawn Lynch: A History

Marshawn Lynch: A History is not so much a documentary about sport as it is a documentary that examines the world around sport. It looks at American football star Marshawn Lynch, and through the format of a clip compilation, tracks the way in which his image has been projected through the media.

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REVIEW: 'Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts (2019)' Doesn't Hold Anything Back

In 2017, the man beneath the wig, Brian Firkus, and filmmaker, Nick Zeig-Owens, decided to document one of the busiest years of the drag queen’s life.

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Review: ‘The Wolf Hour’ (2020) Naomi Watts Melts Away in Half-Baked Thriller

June’s self-imposed exile amidst a city going mad under the sun and in the shadow of a serial killer is perhaps a strange inversion to the current global isolation gripping the world.

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GFF REVIEW: ‘Papicha’ Teaches Us About The Bravery Behind Loving

“Papicha is about the beauty of love and unity, in a world that is so hateful and divided.”  Papicha, Mounia Meddour’s debut feature, is a gut-punching true story set on the brink of the Algerian civil war. The story follows Nedjma (Lyna Khoudri), a university student hoping for a career in fashion  in this harrowing…

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Women in Horror: Jenni and Jacinda's Top 2019 Horror Releases

2019 saw a release of over 30 horror films ranging in all themes and popularity. Our favorite horror films of 2019 cover a lot of this ground. Octavia Spencer, Rebecca Ferguson, Park So Dam, and Florence Pugh are just a few names that dominated the horror genre last year. From indies like In Fabric to blockbusters like Us, our favorites span across an array of themes and storylines.

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'Bringing up Baby' (1938) is a Revolutionary Queer Protest

Bringing up Baby rejects norms and subverts expectations in this sub-textually queer screwball comedy.

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