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Bug: The Exorcist Director's Underrated Masterpiece About Meth and Motels

The 2006 Cannes Film Festival played host to the psychological thriller called Bug. Here's why the William Friedkin film was an underrated gem.

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District 9: Why Neill Blomkamp's Alien Invasion Movie Is Still His Best Work

Now that he's directing Gran Turismo, there's no better time to look back at District 9, Neill Blomkamp's best film to date.

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Riverdale: How the TV Series Has Changed Since Season One

Riverdale's change from murder mystery teen drama to cults and supernatural villains has not gone unnoticed. Riverdale has only gotten crazier.

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Is James Gunn Setting Up a Massive DCU Crossover Between Heroes and Aliens?

Between the revealed characters and everything listed in his upcoming DCU slate, it seems like James Gunn is setting up an intergalactic invasion.

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2001: A Space Odyssey: Does the Sci-Fi Masterpiece Still Hold Up?

Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey is a grand symphony of innovation, challenging conventions and embracing ambiguity, leaving audiences in awe.

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Why the Alien vs. Predator Film Franchise Deserves a Reboot

Alien and Predator franchises are both going strong and now is the perfect time to reboot the crossover event, Alien vs. Predator.

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Meg 2: Does the Shark Thriller Set Up a Threequel?

Dive into the Meg 2's possible sequel, where director Ben Wheatley's vision hopes to unveil new depths of action, humor, and prehistoric peril.

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Hollywood’s Bizarre Love/Hate Relationship with Cross-Dressing

No one really has ever known whether to take it seriously or not, whether it's a means to an end or an identity.

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The Last Voyage of the Demeter: How Previous Dracula Films Portray the Horrific Tragedy

The Last Voyage of the Demeter is the third Dracula film to feature the titular vessel and its doomed crew.

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FX's Little Demon: Why the Controversial Series Failed

Boasting a family of Devitos alongside Aubrey Plaza, fans thought FX had a sure-fire win. But what happened to Little Demon?

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Why Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai Is the Weirdest Samurai Movie Ever Made

Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai is Jim Jarmusch's unconventional take on the samurai principles, brought to an urban New Jersey scenario.

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Family Guy: Here's the Secret to the Show's Continued Success After 25 Years

How has Family Guy survived in the post-Millenial age despite having the same cast members and vocal talent for nearly twenty-five years?

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Why A24 Continues to Be the Home for Groundbreaking Horror Films

With the recent success of their latest horror effort Talk To Me, A24 continues to solidify itself as the home for groundbreaking horror movies.

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Watchmen: Why We Should Leave This Alan Moore Series Alone

After multiple adaptations of Watchmen for both the big and small screen, maybe it's time to stop.

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Tangled 2: Why the Disney Animated Sequel Never Happened

Tangled was a successful Disney animated movie that, despite rumors, curiously didn't spawn a sequel. Here's what happened with Tangled 2.

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James Gunn and Zack Snyder's Different Visions of the DCU

James Gunn and Zack Snyder are directors with similar backgrounds with different takes on the DC Universe, and here is what separates them.

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The Hills Have Eyes: The Legend the Franchise Is Based On

Wes Craven was inspired by Scottish legend for his sophomore film.

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These Fall Festival Movie Premieres Are Incredibly Promising

Fall festival season is almost upon us. Here are some of the most promising titles set to premiere at Telluride, Venice, and Toronto.

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Is Netflix's Bird Box Barcelona Better Than the Original Movie?

Discover how Bird Box Barcelona manages to supersede Netflix's original hit film.

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The Mummy: How Brendan Fraser's Adventure Movie Almost Turned Out Very Differently

George A. Romero, Clive Barker, and Joe Dante were all considered to direct the remake of Karl Freund’s classic film.