Saturday, October 23, 2021

Movies

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“Ouija” the Origin of Why Even Bother

By Jason Cueto “Ouija: The Origin of Evil” is a dull, lifeless corpse of a film composed of unintentional hilarity and zero horror....

A Crash Course in Essential Asian Cinema

By Hubert Ta With all the talk about the depiction of Asian characters in Hollywood, it might be especially pertinent to examine Asian...

A Shortlist of Potential Oscar Players

By Hubert Ta It’s about halfway through the 2016 movie season, and while most of the Academy Award-inclined films usually debut in autumn and...

The Persistance of Psychological Horror

By Lilly Ball With every October comes 31 days that justify my love for frightening films. The other 334 days of the year, however,...

“Goat” Takes on Hazy Ethics of Fraternity Culture

By Julia Clausen “Goat” is a story of brothers — both the manufactured fraternity term and the actual familial relationship between Brett and Brad...

“Phantasm” 30 Years Later: If This One Doesn’t Scare You, You’re Already Dead

By Jason Cueto In a celebratory art-house event at the Frida Cinema in Santa Ana, I attended a special screening of a horror film...

Has Hollywood Forsaken Originality? (Spoiler Alert: No, no it has not)

Remakes, sequels, adaptations, and reboots: these are what people ascribe to Hollywood’s trend of film production in recent years, especially seeing as we...

“Lying” Softens Harsh Realities

LIAR LIAR: Ricky Gervais and a strong supporting cast carry a strong premise to middling results.

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