Movie & TV Musings


Sam Raimi's For Love of the Game is a fine film. If you think all he can do is horror, think again.

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We explore the Coen Bros. film, Miller's Crossing and the theory that the story is really about finding freedom.

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LaShawn Williams makes a case for why Tichina Arnold is one of the best comedic actresses working in Hollywood today.

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While Ad Astra and The Final Girls are very different movies they are linked together by the common theme of coping with abandonment and grief.

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We celebrate the 10th anniversary of Sucker Punch with an insightful retro on this under appreciated Zack Snyder gem.

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Cameron Crowe wants to revisit Say Anything. We make a case for why this 32 year old film doesn't need a sequel.

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Bruce Campbell, Anthony Perkins and other horror icons in commercials peddling everything from cologne to cereal.

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ALMOST FAMOUS and SCHOOL OF ROCK illustrate the transformative power of music and its ability to change lives.

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Why is it so hard for us to say goodbye to our favorite shows? We take a look at our thirst for nostalgia.

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Lungile Ntuli gives us an insightful take on the filmography of pop culture icon, Beyoncé.

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Jon Weidler sings the praises of Jon Waters' Cry-Baby without going full-on "Square." It's a hip musical, Daddy-O!

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Cannibalism in horror isn't a new theme but Dumplings and Antiviral explore the forbidden practice in unique ways.

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