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Saru is the Focal Point of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’

Saru, as First Officer, is in a position to go from prey to predator, how his character develops will influence the direction of the series as a whole.
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‘My Boyfriend’s Back’ – A Wicked Satire on Teenage Brutality, Puberty, and Small Town...

My Boyfriend’s Back is a hilariously tongue-in-cheek send-up of both zombie movies and romantic teen-comedies, with a touch of social satire.
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‘Assault on Precinct 13’ Ranks As A Cult Action Classic

Assault is lean, sometimes shocking, tense, taut and ranks as a cult action classic. This is essential viewing for anyone tracing the career of John Carpenter.

‘Space Patrol Luluco’: Quality, Not Quantity

Released in 2016, Space Patrol Luluco features thirteen episodes clocking in at a little under eight minutes each, resulting in a total runtime that is akin to that of an average movie.

NYFF 2017: ‘Last Flag Flying’ Focuses On The Timeless, Individual Costs of War

Last Flag Flying ultimately argues that the virtue (or lack thereof) of a specific war can be entirely unrelated to the individual cost of fighting, and that heroism lies in why a soldier leaves, instead of how they come back.
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Rebecca Becomes the Villain in ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Season 3

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is one of the most fiercely original shows currently on television as it enters its third season.
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‘Mindhunter’ is Downright Incredible and the Next Great Netflix Drama

'Mindhunter' is something that will linger in your memory long after the credits roll.

NYFF 2017: ‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ Offers Hilarious, Poignant Snapshots of Family Dysfunction

'The Meyerowitz Stories' thoughtfully investigates a fraught intersection of aging, identity, memory, and familial expectation.

‘Happy Death Day’ Is A Fun But Slight ‘Groundhog Day’ Update

Happy Death Day is more fun than it has any right to be. Its scares may not be enough for horror fans, but its charm and sense of humor more than makes up for it.

The TV Roundtable Podcast Episode 13 – Steeped In Lore

On this week's episode of the TV Roundtable podcast, co-hosts Randy Dankievitch and Sean Colletti open their longest episode yet with a look at...

Sordid Cinema Podcast #533: On ‘Blade Runner’ – More Human Than Human

Why it took so long for us here at Sordid Cinema to tackle one of the seminal sci-fi films of all time might be...

Beyond ‘Blade Runner’: Transcending The Legacy Of A Cult Classic

From the 1982 cult classic to its 2017 sequel, the world of 'Blade Runner' has worked to serve its themes.

Fantastic Fest 2017: My Best Of The Fest

Emmett takes a look at his favorite offerings from 2017's event.
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Games of Terror: The 40 Best Slasher Films (1970 – 1990)

We present to you the best slasher films made between 1970-1990 split between four pages.

‘Blade Runner 2049’ Is More Replicant Than Human

The best sci-fi tends to have a reach that extend their grasps, but 'Blade Runner 2049' is content to fixate on its own world than look to the heavens.

5 Wholesome Anime That Will Leave You Smiling

It's October, which means Fall season anime are finally kicking into gear! You may be looking for a good show to relax with or...