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    Batman Begins: A Retrospective

    Batman Begins: A Retrospective By John Saavedra   It’s almost impossible to imagine now, but there was a time when it seemed like we’d never get another Batman movie. If you’ve been following Batman’s film history since the Tim Burton days, you know that the Dark Knight’s exodus from...
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    Riverdale Season 2 Premiere: ‘Chapter 14: A Kiss Before Dying’ Review

    Riverdale Season 2 Premiere: ‘Chapter 14: A Kiss Before Dying’ Review By Rachel Bellwoar I didn’t realize how much I had missed Jughead’s narration until Riverdale season two began to start. Jumping in where season one had left off, Archie’s dad, Fred, has been shot and Archie is driving him...
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    Creepshow (1982): An Immortal Horror Classic

    The comic book aesthetics of 1982’s Creepshow have often been imitated but rarely, if ever, replicated. There’s an unmistakable charm brought to the film which came from the highly potent combination of horror maestro George A. Romero and literary mastermind of creep Stephen King. But it goes further; they add in...
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    Stephen King’s 1992 Film ‘Sleepwalkers’ is Insane

    Sleepwalkers, Stephen King’s 1992 screenwriting effort, seems to be largely forgotten. And that’s really a shame. Not because it’s good – it’s not – but because it’s so overwhelmingly ridiculous. In the realm of bad horror movies, Sleepwalkers is a force to be reckoned with. It’s not exactly Troll...
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    Blade Runner Retro-Review

    Blade Runner Retro-Review By Richard Lynch In 1982, director Ridley Scott brought us his follow-up to his sci-fi horror masterpiece, Alien. Since its release, Blade Runner has cemented itself as a permanent part of the science fiction landscape. Its influence can be seen in countless films and video games...
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    Batman Forever-Review

    Batman Forever-Review by Jacob Hill Batman Forever is the strangest artifact of a strange time for superhero movies. It’s easy to agree that The Dark Knight is a veritable masterpiece or that Batman and Robin is an unmitigated disaster, but Batman Forever gets almost as much right as it...
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    Adventures of Captain Marvel-Review

    Adventures of Captain Marvel-Review By Rachel Bellwoar Considered to be the first comic book superhero movie, Adventures of Captain Marvel was a twelve-part serial with a weekly theatrical release. Initially planned as a Superman serial, Republic Pictures was unable to afford the rights to the character and chose Captain...
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    Sailor Moon was almost a Disney Princess

    Sailor Moon was almost a Disney Princess By Brittany Cruz Going into the ‘90s, creator Naoko Takeuchi’s “Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon” manga redefined the modern female protagonist with Sailor Moon and her team of sailor scouts (sailor senshi in the original Japanese version). This progressive era of female empowerment...
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    Star Trek Discovery Review: To Go Boldly

    Star Trek Discovery Review: To Go Boldly By Jake Hill To many people, Star Trek is one particular thing. It’s a series of televised morality plays. It’s a collection of high-concept science fiction ideas. It’s a political allegory. It’s a workplace drama. It’s an action adventure. The thing is, Star Trek is a...