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The Rise of Skywalker: Before The Viewing
December 20, 2019 | Movie Features
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The Philadelphia Film Festival opened Thursday with “Parasite” and “Just Mercy”
October 20, 2019 | Movie Features
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Spider-Man: Far From Home – Thoughts on the Last Trailer
July 7, 2019 | Movie Features
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A Sicario Sequel: Is it Necessary?
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The 10 Most Incompetent Filmmakers
June 1, 2018 | Movie Features

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Articles of Horror: A Nightmare on Elm Street Parts 7 & 8

Chris finishes up his improbable “Nightmare” binge with Parts 7 and 8, both of which took Freddy in some radical new directions that had both their advantages and obvious disadvantages. Be sure to check out his review of the new film to see how it ranks among the annuls of A Nightmare on Elm Street movie history.

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10 Films That Would Be Better as Slasher Movies

At some point, every movie-watcher grows really tired of the horror film or thriller where a mysterious or overpowering killer knocks off one main character at a time and then only two survive long enough to make it to the final showdown and usually one of them is a minority.  See, at least a dozen movies just popped into your head. That’s why I’ve created this list of ten movies that actually would’ve been way better had they been conceived as slasher films. I’d love to hear some of your ideas, but here are some solid ones I came up with. You can tell that I took this half seriously and half jokingly, which I think is fair.

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Articles of Horror: A Nightmare on Elm Street Parts 3, 4 and 5

Dr. Chris continues his nightmarish campaign to review every A Nightmare on Elm Street film or Freddy Krueger movie ever made prior to friday’s remake. Today it’s Part 3, 4 and 5, sometimes referred to as

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Welcome to Player Affinity Movies, or accidentally, PAM

On behalf of the Player Affinity Movies section, I welcome you to — the Player Affinity Movies section. As such, we are stuck with the homely yet completely unavoidable acronym PAM. Even if you add “section” to it, it would still be PAMS, which doesn’t lessen the PAM-ness. But I’m going to roll with it. PAM will grow on you. You might not know a lot about PAM right now, but you’ll learn to like PAM, kind of like how you got used to Great Aunt Pam after awhile. Maybe the best to explain our operation here at PAM is to compare us to Pams that you might already be familiar with.

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Actress Affinity: Zoe Saldana

If you look at the Best Leading and Supporting Actress categories at last month’s Oscars, it was a good year for emerging female talent. Carey Mulligan got off to what’s sure to be a prestigious career and Up in the Air co-stars Anna Kendrick and Vera Farmiga got deserved attention too. None, however, broke into the mainstream quite like Zoe Saldana. With a comedy already out this month (Death at a Funeral) and an action flick due Friday (The Losers), she’s quickly becoming as versatile as she is sexy and it’s about time the credit follows

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Articles of Horror: Nightmare on Elm St. 1 and 2

Dr. Chris gives you the lowdown on every film Freddy Krueger has ever been in …or dreamt of being in. For everyone trying to play catch-up before the remake his theaters on Friday April 30, Chris is your man. We start with the first two films: The original A Nightmare on Elm Street and Freddy’s Revenge

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Top 10 Comic Book Movie Adaptations

2008 was a great year for comic-book adaptations and Iron Man started it off. It was everything you would expect from a comic book adaptation: action-packed with a good amount of drama and comedy. Jon Favreau was able to keep a quirky, independent spirit throughout and had a cast of talented actors to work with. Robert Downey Jr. has become an unexpected action star. This is a film that shows what a summer blockbuster should be, entertaining and good quality storytelling.

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Top 10 Overcoming-the-Odds Films

In the remake of The Karate Kid, set for release June 11, Jaden Smith must overcome several obstacles in his life, including bullies and being away from what he considers home. In honor of this remake, let’s take a look at ten classic films with the theme of “overcoming the odds.”

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Is 3-D really the future?

2009 saw the start of a so-called revolution in cinema technology: 3-D. Cinemas installed new projectors allowing 3-D films to be shown on a mass scale, not just on IMAX screens. A wide range of films were released in this new format, from My Bloody Valentine to Coraline, The Final Destination to Up, all leading toward the release of Avatar, the highest-grossing film of all time. Hollywood is putting a lot of effort into making 3-D a success, with Alice in Wonderland already making a lot of money, and many future releases lined up to have the 3D treatment. But is 3-D really the future of cinema?

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