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‘Regression’ will make you remember to fear the past

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I have always been interested in seeing the way a storyteller crafts fear; the way it is customized in order to achieve the maximum amount of discomfort and terror. In a lot of successful cases, the creator will use relatable elements from childhood or growing up. That’s why seemingly harmless …

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‘The Young Messiah’ is capable but doesn’t reach the novel’s heights

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The movie adaptation of Anne Rice's 'Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt' covers all the major theological events in the book and is filled with competent acting and directing. But it lacks the sumptuous sensory experience that Rice's beautiful prose brings to the book. Still, the movie touches upon many points both humanistic and religious and would make a good film for families to see together.

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INTERVIEW: Director Peter Winther talks about his movie ‘Painkillers’

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Painkillers tells the story of a military unit that wakes up in a hospital after a mission. None of the soldiers remember their mission, and they are given experimental drugs to help regain their memories safely. As they begin to remember, they realize there is more to the mission, and …

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Our top 10 favorite movies of 2015

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If cinema in 2015 could be summed up in any word it would be nostalgia. This was the year which saw the return of several major film franchises from as far back as thirty years ago. While such nostalgia properties such as Jurassic World were content to recycle old material …

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20th Century Fox announces title of ‘Prometheus’ sequel, ‘Alien: Covenant’

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20th Century Fox has officially announced the title of Ridley Scott’s return to the universe he created in ALIEN with ALIEN: COVENANT, the second chapter in a prequel trilogy that began with PROMETHEUS — and connects directly to Scott’s 1979 seminal work of science fiction. While Scott had previously said that …

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