REVIEW: 'American Psycho (2000)' is More Than Just An American Horror Story

2020 marks the 20th anniversary of Mary Harron’s American Psycho. Since its $34 million theatrical release, the film has gained a serious social media cult following full of Patrick Bateman profile pictures and shared images. However, this film has more to offer than really good memes. In American Psycho, writers Harron and Guinevere Turner take a story about a corporate sadist and turn it into a horrifying and comedically gory deconstruction of toxic masculinity.

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Eat the Rich! – What 2019's Films Had to Say About Wealth and Privilege

2019’s films have offered anecdotes to the mystery surrounding wealth, and have also offered some form of revenge that audiences can live vicariously through – like watching the rich family literally explode into nothing but a confetti display of flesh.

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Walking in a Winter Christmas-town: What Christmas Movies are at the Top of the Your Zillow List?

 “Chestnuts roasting on an open fire” and “Jack Frost nipping at your nose,” the perfect blanket of white snow that never seems to be ruined by mud, the mistletoe, the precisely tempered hot chocolate, and so much more quintessential comfort that is related to the 25th of December. Nothing attempts to capture that love and…

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REVIEW: 'The End of the F***ing World' Season 2 is an Aftermath Set in Sobering Reality

Everything that the audience and the characters of the show need to finally move on.

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The Top 10 High School Musical Numbers

Disney+ finally made its U.S. debut on November 12, 2019, and it also just so happened to be during Flip Screen’s Musical Month! The Disney Channel is pretty well-known for its classic, original films that dominated the childhood of millennials and gen-z-ers, but more prominently, it is known for its musicals. From Cheetah Girls (2003)…

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Vampires vs. Werewolves: Horror’s Most Ancient Monsters in a Centuries-long Rivalry

“Look at them- children of the night… what music they make.” Dracula, Bram Stoker’s Dracula ‘Tis the season of the spook, and the nights are haunted by ghoulish creatures and boogeymen. Since the dawn of horror cinema, there have been killer clowns descended from space, murderous blobs, different adaptations of Frankenstein’s monster, knife-wielding dolls, possessive…

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Flip Screen’s Guide to Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse

The hilarious and unconventional Zombieland family is back for a ‘Double Tap’ a decade after their initial film release on October 2, 2009. Zombieland was made notorious in the zom-com genre for intertwining “essential rules” for surviving in the United States of Zombieland. Instead of focusing on how easy it is to die in the…

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Fall, and Get Back Up – Skateboarding in Film

Have you ever found yourself completely enthralled by skateboarding videos on YouTube? The sheer talent alone can keep you stuck watching videos for hours straight. Maybe you even skate yourself. Skateboarding films capture the awe-inspiring talent of skateboarding, but they also capture the family-like environment and the “never-stay-down” attitude that circles around the culture of…

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‘Thirteen’ and its’ Relevancy 16 Years Later

With the end of the first season of Euphoria, let’s travel back sixteen years ago to August 20th 2003, when Thirteen was released in theaters. In this new age, television shows like Euphoria aren’t just a cautionary tale for teens and their parents. They are an outlet, where teens and young adults connect to each…

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