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Try looking in the monthly archives. October 2015

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A Nightmare on Your (Elm) Street

A Nightmare on Your (Elm) Street
We talked about Scream yesterday so let’s go back in time to Wes Craven’s most popular film, and also the film that kickstarted a sub genre. Starting with Peeping Tom and Psycho, a new type […]

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Dissecting the Opening Scene of SCREAM

Dissecting the Opening Scene of SCREAM
The greatest holiday is nearly upon us! Today and tomorrow I’ll be posting essays about the late great Wes Craven’s two masterpieces. His passing in August was a deeply sad one as he was arguably […]

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Room Movie Review

Both a tribute to a child’s wonder and a mother’s unconditional love, Room is one of the years elite films. Jack (Jacob Tremblay), a lively 5 year-old, is comforted and loved by his mother, Ma (Brie Larson). She takes care of him and dedicates herself […]

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Bridge of Spies Movie Review

Bridge of Spies is film school 101, an old school spy tale woven by a master. The Matt Charman and Coen bros. penned script is a meat and potatoes thriller through and through. We meet Tom Hanks’ Lawyer James Donovan in the […]

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Steve Jobs Movie Review

At the beginning of the decade we witnessed The Social Network, a film that observed the birth of the tech generation and how it’s affected the way we act, think, and behave daily. 5 years later I feel comfortable calling it a masterpiece (close […]

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Crimson Peak Movie Review

Modern studio horror films are typically an abysmal, pandering bunch, which is unfortunate because, ya know, Halloween is the best holiday. Director Guillermo Del Toro has been off in his laboratory cooking up a forgotten breed of horror. Gothic romance returns […]

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The Martian Movie Review

Sir Ridley Scott churns out films at an almost Woody Allen speed. His filmography boasts two masterpieces in Alien and Blade Runner, the latter being a top 5 favorite film of all time. Everything else falls on a spectrum from […]

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