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June 23, 2015

The Visual Opulence of Brian De Palma

Director Brian De Palma is a stylistic auteur who truly uses cinema as a visual art form. By strongly emphasizing the use of groundbreaking and eye-popping visuals as a storytelling device, he explores the meaning of making film with the use of visuals rather than dialogue as a storytelling device. The techniques he uses pushes the boundaries of  typical cinema, and are not used as often in films today. Some of the motifs he frequently uses are slow-motion, split-screen, playing with [...]

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January 10, 2015

Movies for the Week of January 10th, 2015

Jump To: Still Alice The Boy Next Door Mortdecai Black Sea

Still Alice

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December 13, 2014

Unconventional Christmas Movies

Not every holiday movie has to be as sugary sweet as the Christmas cookies you eat. Sick of the classics like Elf or It’s A Wonderful Life and want something completely different? Maybe something a little more appropriate for Santa’s naughty list? Here are a few unconventional Christmas movies, either set during the holiday season or with at least one yuletide scene.

Die Hard

Perhaps the most notorious and most celebrated of [...]

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December 5, 2014

Stephen King’s “It” Movie Nabs “True Detective” Director

Emmy-nominated True Detective director Cary Fukunaga will helm a film adaptation of Stephen King’s horror novel. It has been previously adapted as a miniseries with Tim Curry as the titular horrifying clown Pennywise. Producer Dan Lin stated that the plan is to split King’s 1000 plus pages novel into two films.

“The book is so epic that we couldn’t tell it all in one movie and service the characters with enough depth.” said Lin. The first film will be a [...]

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October 12, 2014

Best David Fincher Scenes

Ever since his smash hit Se7en, David Fincher has been one of Hollywood’s most skilled and artistic directors. From the nihilism of Generation X in Fight Club to the dawn of the millennial in The Social Network, Fincher is a generation-defining director. One who studies and captures the ideas of human loneliness and struggle for a connection in the modern world. Let’s take a look of some of the best (in my humble opinion) scenes from a few of his films.

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September 19, 2014

Fox Dates “Deadpool” Release and More

The long-awaited X-Men spinoff “Deadpool”  has finally gotten a release date, February 12, 2016.

Tim Miller will make his big-screen directing debut for the feature. No deal has been made yet, but fans hope Ryan Reynolds will return as mercenary with the penchant for witty banter.

Fox has shifted some other release dates. Fox has moved the video-game movie adaptation of “Assassin’s Creed”, starring Michael Fassbender, out of it’s Aug. 7, [...]

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