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Silence- Film Review

By David Embrey on

I have a small list of directors who will get me to see their movies regardless of how much or little I know about them. Through their existing body of work, they’ve told me that “Hey you don’t need to research the title or see a trailer, it’s me (Insert Director Name Here). I’ll take …

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Assassin’s Creed Review

By David Embrey on

As an avid gamer and cinephile, it frustrates me to no end when I think about all of the failed attempts at bringing good video games stories to the silver screen.  And when I say “good” I mean actually good, as in financially successful, critically acclaimed, and stays true to its source material.  Most of …

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Fear is the Mind-Killer for Legendary’s New Dune Development Deal

By JoshuaMacDougall on

Put on your Stillsuit and mount your sandworm – Legendary Entertainment has acquired the film and television rights to Frank Herbert’s Dune. In the past, the novel was made into a film in the ’80s directed by David Lynch and starring Kyle MacLachlan and a miniseries on SyFy (then the Sci Fi Channel) in the early 2000s, starring …

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Review: Thankskilling

By Alyse Stanley on

The concept is one viewers have no doubt seen before: a group of star-crossed teens on a road trip (as we all know, Thanksgiving break being the peak time for co-ed shenanigans) tailed by a murderous…turkey? Ok, so maybe the killer normally doesn’t have feathers. But you get the trope. Thankskilling may be the horror …

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