30 Sep

‘The Other Lamb’ is a Beguiling and Rebellious Tale of Female Oppression [Fantastic Fest 2019]

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In Christianity, the lamb is symbolic of gentleness, innocence, and purity. The animal has also been used as a reference to Jesus Christ when the bible mentions “lamb of God.” There is a softness and delicate nature to the lamb, one that provides comfort in its shed fur used for blankets and clothing. They also […]

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30 Sep

Cool Stuff: Gallery 1988’s Crazy 4 Cult 13 Art Show Honors ‘Pulp Fiction’, ‘Jaws’, ‘Mallrats’ & Many More

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Gallery 1988 has brought back their recurring pop culture art show Crazy 4 Cult for its 13th iteration,. This year brings a plethora of artists with new prints, sculptures, paintings and more that pay tribute to various cult favorites, blockbusters and more from the history of film and television. We’ve selected some of our favorites […]

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30 Sep

The Morning Watch: Creating the ABCs of ‘Sesame Street’, The History of The Joker & 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, learn how the musical crew of Sesame Street […]

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30 Sep

‘The King’s Man’ Trailer: Where Did the Legendary Kingsman Agency Come From?

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We’ve already seen that the legendary Kingsman intelligence agency can survive pretty anything, whether it’s a mind-altering device that makes the entire world go crazy in Kingsman: The Secret Service or a dangerous drug epidemic in Kingsman: The Golden Circle. But now we’ll see how the Kingsman came to be such legendary protectors of the […]

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29 Sep

‘Sweetheart’ Maroons Kiersey Clemons on an Island with Man-Eating Monster [Fantastic Fest 2019]

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J.D. Dillard’s Sweetheart is fierce aquatic horror without any frills. Think Cast Away, but instead of a volleyball companion named “Wilson,” it’s a man-eating sea monster who hunts by moonlight. There’s your plot. A marooned survivor with no immediate escape and her fishman rival. Simplicity can be a beautiful thing, and Dillard’s waterlogged grudge match […]

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29 Sep

‘Mrs. Fletcher’ Trailer: Kathryn Hahn Opens Up to New Things

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National treasure Kathryn Hahn stars in Mrs. Fletcher, a new HBO series about a mother and son who go off into very different directions, hoping to discover themselves in the process. Based on the novel of the name by Tom Perrotta (The Leftovers), the series is described as “dual coming-of-age story chronicling the personal and sexual […]

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29 Sep

Joe Begos’ ‘VFW’ Is Vile, Repugnant Splatterhouse Cinema Joyously Blasting Blood in Your Face [Fantastic Fest 2019]

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Fangoria’s production banner is becoming a tell-all for cinematic expectations, minimum requirements including gore, violence, and oh, more gore. Joe Begos’ VFW is the latest outrageous splatter flick to promote the iconic horror brand, and let me tell you – it delivers as suggested. That’s both a positive and negative depending on which filmmaking aspect […]

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29 Sep

‘Ordinary Love’ Trailer: Liam Neeson and Lesley Manville Get a Diagnosis

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Liam Neeson and Lesley Manville are anything but ordinary. Both Oscar-nominated acting powerhouses in their own right, together they can only be extraordinary. But they deliver quietly moving performances in Ordinary Love, a tearjerking drama from the directing team Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn (Good Vibrations). Watch the Ordinary Love trailer below. Ordinary Love Liam Neeson and […]

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29 Sep

‘The Long Walk’ Stares Death in the Face and Refuses to Look Away [Fantastic Fest 2019]

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It’s no secret how collective audiences view cinema, any genre, as an escape. This leads to “Hollywoodized” representations of fantastical storybook livelihoods and blind eyes turned to inescapable hardships. Foreign filmmakers like Mattie Do aren’t beholden to such candy-coating at this year’s Fantastic Fest, which allows movies like The Long Walk to express more honesty […]

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29 Sep

‘Saturday Night Live’ Has a Cavalcade of Guest Stars Join Woody Harrelson for a Solid Season Premiere

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Saturday Night Live is back for its 45th season, and the season premiere kicked off in the aftermath of one of the biggest week’s in political news this year (and that’s saying something). Though SNL had pulled back from doing too much political satire last season, mostly because the presidential administration is too funny of […]

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