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The Chills from “It Follows” Will Follow You Home: A Review
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The Chills from “It Follows” Will Follow You Home: A Review

Horror as a genre of film is a bit of an oddity. After their resurgence in the 1970s, scary movies have etched a permanent fixture in popular culture. Audiences across the country have made it clear that they still love being scared out of their wits. That combined with the fact that the low budget … Continue reading

6 Thoughts On That Horrible ‘Ethnic’ Deadline Article
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6 Thoughts On That Horrible ‘Ethnic’ Deadline Article

Deadline tried it, lovers of the Zoo. They tried it and now they are getting dragged for filth because of it. What am I talking about? Well, if you have a computer and an internet connection, Deadline’s horrible article on the “ethnic casting” trend has probably been brought to your attention. If you were not … Continue reading

Jennifer Lawrence Will Not Return to the X-Men Franchise After ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’
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Jennifer Lawrence Will Not Return to the X-Men Franchise After ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’

Yay? According to sources like Screen Crush and MTV News, Lawrence recently disclosed that X-Men: Apocalypse would be her last movie as Mystique. Granted, many fans of the franchise probably aren’t shocked to hear such news, as plenty of rumors and speculation have pointed to the very real possibility that Apocalypse may, in fact, wrap up … Continue reading

Fandango Just Put Together the Best Dystopian Mashup Trailer Ever
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Fandango Just Put Together the Best Dystopian Mashup Trailer Ever

It has barely been a month since Dana Schwartz’s (a Chicago writer and comedian) Twitter account–@DystopianYA–gained some well-earned attention after Schwartz started humorously pointing out all the cliché and tired trappings of YA fiction (with a dystopian twist). When questioned about why she started account, she had this to say: “I loved dystopian stories as … Continue reading