The Strange Thing About Families in Ari Aster’s Films

His films, while spanning in subject matter, focus and even genre, all share a commonality. These films, however fantastical, absurd, or horrific they become, have all sprung from a kernel of truth: a truth that is the basis of so many realities. This truth is in the heart of families.

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Ten Years of ‘Archer’: How the Comedy Managed to Stay Fresh

Around season nine, The Simpsons could no longer be called one of the greatest shows on television. Cheers peaked in its second season, and while it introduced characters such as Frasier Crane and Woody Harrelson’s Woody Boyd in later seasons, the series gradually started to diminish despite having a solid cast. Futurama probably should have…

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REVIEW: “A beautiful, horrifying nightmare” – ‘Eraserhead’ (1977), The Criterion Collection

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ “Faithfully captures his debut feature in all its grotesque beauty” Now, I wouldn’t call myself a Lynch obsessive. Like many, I was introduced to David Lynch through his series Twin Peaks, and while I’ve only seen two other films of his (Blue Velvet and Fire Walk with Me), I found this…

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