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Teen Wolf: The Movie is Wistful, But Misses Its Mark

When MTV’s Teen Wolf ended in 2017, the calls for a revival started immediately. For years, fans begged and pleaded online for a little bit more of their favorite show, a little bit more time with their favorite characters, a …

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Review: Missing (2023)

If you’re going to the movies this weekend, you don’t want to miss Missing (2023). A standalone sequel, it follows Aneesh Chaganty’s Searching (2018), starring John Cho. While Searching is about a father looking for his missing daughter, Missing tells …

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Bombshell ‘Barbie’ Teaser Trailer

Last weekend, the teaser trailer dropped for one of the most highly anticipated films of 2023: Greta Gerwig’s Barbie. Within minutes, the internet was painted pink, covered in gifs, and full of people asking, “Wait…what did I just watch?”

Before …

The Mean One
Review: The Mean One (2022)

This past weekend, a new Christmas movie received a limited theatrical release. The Mean One is a parody of the classic tale How The Grinch Stole Christmas, just…a little more violent and bloody. The trailer left movie fans searching …

Review: Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

On Friday, December 9th, Netflix released Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio. There was a lot of buzz around this one, debuting with a 97% on Rotten Tomatoes. Coming off the heels of the release of his Cabinet of Curiosities on …

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Violent Night is Violently Fun

It only took five words to sell me on Violent Night (2022). They weren’t “Die Hard meets Home Alone” or “time for some season’s beatings.” No, no. All I needed to hear was “David Harbour is Santa Claus” …

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Glass Onion: Spoiler-Free Review

It’s been three years since Rian Johnson re-invented the “whodunnit” genre with Knives Out (2019). It was funny, it was intricate, it had an all-star cast, and it was nothing like what the audience expected. Lest I speak too highly …

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Review: The Menu (2022)

From Searchlight Pictures comes the latest in modern horror, The Menu (2022). While the description seems pretty cut and dry, the film is a delectable surprise with a fresh take on an increasingly popular theme. (Excuse the food puns.)

The …

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Hocus Pocus 2: Living Up to the Legend

“Come little children, I’ll take thee away into a land of enchantment…”

The words that started it all—a Disney Channel Original, a Halloween classic, a cultural cornerstone for a generation. Hocus Pocus has been a hit since it came out …

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Review: The Invitation (2022)

This past weekend, The Invitation dominated the domestic box office. It’s the latest in supernatural horror, and helps to establish an emerging sub-genre: a gorgeous girl in an extravagant dress kills a family of rich people trying to sacrifice her. …