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Any true lover of film has had his fair share of movie posters plastered across his wall. College dorms are littered with a multitude from the Tarantino catalog (usually Pulp Fiction or Reservoir Dogs), as well as plenty of cult films, and…

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When I was growing up, I thought film was important to everyone. Despite a set of parents that refused to allow me to see an R-rated movie until I could buy my own ticket (with some very specific exceptions), films were something that I watched with heavy regularity. I assumed that every child had seen Back to the Future before the …

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A hybrid of flesh eating piranhas are released into the rivers surrounding a summer resort, accidentally of course. No other animal attacking film has spawned so many follow-up or “inspired by” films as these beloved creatures. As natural flesh eaters and frantic in their feeding frenzies, they’re practically horror film fodder waiting to happen…

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I don’t remember when I was first introduced to Roger Ebert. Perhaps in passing I read a movie review or his or happened to turn on the TV when “At the Movies” was playing. The strange thing I feel like I have known him my entire life. Roger Ebert has and continues to teach me so much not only about movies but about life. Ebert has …

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Similar to how the action genre has been mostly eaten up by giant comic book movies, the horror genre has suffered an equally tragic devouring. It’s hard to remember the last horror film that didn’t have someone clutching a crucifix while battling a demon baby growing inside their stomach…

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Michael Bay is an auteur. An auteur who is a couple of million shy from grossing $5bn worldwide. Although that my detract many of you, making you recoil in film theory horror at the thought of someone putting Michael Bay in the same ring as Akira Kurosawa, Jean-Luc Godard and Stanley Kubrick, it is indeed true. He could be one who …

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Bong Joon-ho is a leading figure of the Korean New Wave and one of the most innovative filmmakers working today. Known for a macabre sense of humor, deft sensibility and social consciousness, he consistently garners excellent reviews and cult praise…

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Horror films have been terrifying me since I first set eyes on them. As a genre, there are many reasons for the seemingly constant production and audiences keep coming back for the thrill of the scare. Asian horror films are in a complex league of their own, more often than not being the subject of a Hollywood remake. Sadly the …

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