Creating An Imagined Reality: The Cinematic Brilliance Of ‘Inception’ (2010) Ten Years Later

“What really makes Inception such a unique and memorable film is the fact that much of its action takes place within the subconscious minds of its characters.”

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REVIEW: Queer Vampire Film ‘Bit’ (2019) Is Unafraid to Sink its Teeth Into Feminism

While on the surface Bit (2019) may seem like just another campy teen horror film, the reality is that it offers its audience far more than mindless entertainment.

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REVIEW: In Voyeuristic Drama ‘The Night Clerk’, There’s Too Much Told and Too Little Shown

The film centres on a unique protagonist, autistic hotel clerk Bartholomew “Bart” Bromley (Tye Sheridan), who engages in the act of voyeurism so that he can observe the “regular” people around him and mimic their behaviour.

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‘Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist’ Is A Mental Musical Delight You Won’t Want To Skip Over

NBC musical dramedy, which officially debuts with a two-episode premiere on Sunday, February 16th, a freak accident leaves the protagonist being able to hear other’s thoughts through song.

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REVIEW: In Trippy Sci-Fi Thriller ‘The Fare’, Destination Takes A Back Seat To Destiny

Sometimes the journeys we’re destined to take together are more significant than the destination itself.

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REVIEW: The Unseen Horror of ‘The World Is Full Of Secrets’ Makes For A Chillingly Memorable Tale

“There’s something inherently dark about an activity associated with the fun and innocence of girlhood being transformed into such a disturbing event.”

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Flipping The Script Upside Down: Women And Girls With Agency In Stranger Things Season Three

“Forget “strong female character.” Aim for: “Woman or girl with agency.” One who makes decisions, affects the story, pushes the plot.” – Chuck Wendig I came across this excellent quote from Chuck Wendig the other day, and it gave me pause due to the truth it holds when it comes to challenging our perspective on…

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Best Of 2019 So Far – Hayley Paskevich

2019 has been quite the year for me already, filled with adventure and unforgettable experiences. It’s also been a year that’s produced an outpouring of media content when it comes to the landscape of film and television (and I’ve seen a lot of films and shows this year!). So, when it came time to take…

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INTERVIEW: Mixtapes, Metaphors, and a Meditation On Grief with A.I. White -‘Starfish’ (2019)

Never before have I seen a film quite like Starfish, which is perhaps why it’s stayed with me long after watching it. This unique and introspective sci-fi-horror hybrid centers around Aubrey (Virginia Gardner), a girl mourning the recent death of her friend Grace (Christina Masterson) when she suddenly finds herself completely alone in the world—in…

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Embracing Your Inner Child In A Grown-Up World: What ‘Christopher Robin’ (2018) and ‘Unicorn Store’ (2017) Can Teach Us

At what point do we decide something we once loved dearly is too childish, meant to be left forever in the past as we venture forward into the mysterious phase of life known as adulthood? And why do we, as a society, find ourselves suddenly discouraged from the very expression of imagination that was encouraged…

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