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A Most Varied Year, by Tyler Smith

With the Golden Globes nominees just announced, it’s fair to say that awards season has officially begun. However, to go by the various critics groups so far, it’s damn near impossible to predict which film is the frontrunner for Best...

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Selected for Extinction, by Tyler Smith

The new trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has been posted and, frankly, it looks pretty awful. Sure, there seems to be some nice spectacle in there, but the premise sounds so outlandish and ridiculous, it makes the first Jurassic...

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Who Will Die in Infinity War? by Tyler Smith

I’ve seen multiple articles speculating about which characters will meet their end in the upcoming Infinity War. Many agree that at least one or two heroes should die as a way of illustrating the power of Thanos. Death always ups...

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Infinite Possibilities, by Tyler Smith

Two weeks after the release of DC’s Justice League, Marvel has premiered its official trailer for Avengers: Infinity War, a film that has been meticulously set up since the brief appearance of Thanos at the end of The Avengers. Reactions...

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The End of the Universe, by Tyler Smith

With the recent release – and lackluster box office – of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, the future of the DC Extended Universe is in question. While the success of Wonder Woman guarantees that there will be a sequel, and the...

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A Touch of Class, by Tyler Smith

After months of mystery – including a few weeks in which it didn’t even have an official title – Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread finally has a trailer. While we knew a lot of broad facts about the film –...

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Shine a Light, by Tyler Smith

Evil thrives in darkness. It scurries about, gleefully exploiting the weakness and vulnerability of others, while the rest of the world carries on in the light, ignorant (or perhaps in denial) 0f the darker instincts of humanity. It is only...

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Your Weekend Alternatives, by Tyler Smith

This weekend offers a shockingly bad collection of new theatrical releases, many of them Halloween-themed. There is the dour-yet-stupid The Snowman, directed by Tomas Alfredson, about a Norwegian serial killer. There is Dean Devlin’s Geostorm, a disaster movie starring poor...