23 Nov

‘Thelma’ Director Joachim Trier on Crafting His Incredible Queer Horror Film [Interview]

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Thelma is the story of a girl who moves away from home for the first time to attend college. And then she falls in love with another girl. And then she realizes that she has horrifying supernatural powers. And then things really go off the rails. Norway’s submission for Best Foreign Language Film at next year’s Academy […]

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23 Nov

Hell Freezes Over As Terry Gilliam Nears Completion of ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’

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It’s hard to believe, but director Terry Gilliam has been working on The Man Who Killed Don Quixote for almost 20 years. After one setback after another, with bad luck compounding bad luck, it looks as if Gilliam might buck the odds and finally release the film for the world to see. The filmmaker recently revealed […]

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23 Nov

Why ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Failed at the Box Office, According to Director Denis Villeneuve

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Blade Runner 2049 was a truly audacious blockbuster movie, tackling themes of humanity, free will, and fate — all wrapped in a haunting dystopian noir mystery that both aped and improved upon the iconic visuals of Ridley Scott’s 1982 Blade Runner. But much like the original Blade Runner, the sequel underwhelmed at the box office, opening to a […]

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23 Nov

The Best TV Shows & Movies Leaving Netflix in December 2017

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While you’re huddled up with your family for a few days for Thanksgiving, there are plenty of movies and TV shows available on Netflix that you might want to go out of your way to watch before they disappear from the streaming service. Below, we’ve rounded up a list of the best TV shows and […]

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23 Nov

Movie Mixtape: 6 Movies to Watch After You See ‘Coco’

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(Welcome to Movie Mixtape, where we find cinematic relatives and seek out interesting connections between new releases and older movies that allow us to rethink and enjoy what’s in our theaters as well as the favorites on our shelf. In this edition: Coco.) You probably noticed on store shelves this Autumn that Dia de los Muertos […]

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23 Nov

The Movies and TV Shows We’re Thankful For in 2017

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The /Film crew is taking Thanksgiving off to be with their families. But since we consider you, our readers, to be friends of the family, we’re inviting you to our table. Join us as we share a meal of the movies and shows that matter the most to us right now, the entertainment that we’re […]

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23 Nov

‘Mr. Robot’ Review: ‘Frederick and Tanya’ is a Grim Portrait of the Fallout

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(We’re going to kickstart our weekly discussion of USA’s Mr. Robot season 3 by answering one simple question: who had the biggest mental breakdown in this week’s episode?) Sobering reminders of reality go hand-in-hand with Mr. Robot, and “Frederick and Tanya” is no exception. The episode has the thankless job of dealing with the aftermath of the Dark Army’s […]

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23 Nov

‘Dark’ Review: Netflix Introduces You to the German ‘Stranger Things’

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Kids on bikes. A small town with a dark secret. An underbelly of supernatural forces threatening the town at large. A government building conducting experiments that will lead to further problems. No, it’s not Stranger Things, it’s Netflix’s first German-language original series Dark. Note: This Dark review attempts to be a spoiler-free as possible, but some minor […]

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23 Nov

Cool Stuff: Mondo’s Black Friday Deals Include ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’, ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ & More

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Today is Thanksgiving, when families all round the country gather to stuff their faces with delicious food and argue about politics. Then we follow that up with Black Friday, when we forget about all the things were were thankful for so we can run through the aisles of various retails outlets for discounted electronics, appliances […]

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23 Nov

The Morning Watch: Rick and Morty’s Thanksgiving, Prop and Animatronic Restoration & More

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The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, try not to cry when you see everything […]

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