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She Hulk Episode Superhuman Law

‘She-Hulk’ Continues to Tease Some Major MCU Shake-Ups

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This show is the best there is at what it does, bub.

Idris Elba in Three Thousand Years Of Longing

‘Three Thousand Years of Longing’ is an Overly-Sentimental Ode to the Power of Stories

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George Miller’s highly-watchable latest stars Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton as a Djinn and “narratologist.”

a comic store in Funny Pages

‘Funny Pages’ Offers a Hilariously Refreshing Take on the Young Aspiring Artist

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Writer-director Owen Kline reveals the chaotic passions of an aspiring cartoonist.

Bodies Bodies Bodies Halina Reijn Interview

Director Halina Reijn Explains Why ‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’ is Our Problem

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We chat with the director about her new film and discuss whether she loves or loathes her characters.

Videodrome Body Horror Themes

The Carnal Catharsis of Body Horror

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We all have bodies and they all do gross stuff. Here’s why that makes the body horror genre so cathartic to watch.

Isabelle Fuhrman in Orphan First Kill

‘Orphan: First Kill’ Offers Up Another Wild and Surprising Ride with Little Esther

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Esther is back, and she’s ready to party.

Little Demon Review

Danny DeVito Plays Satan in the Good and Gory Show ‘Little Demon’

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DeVito, Aubrey Plaza, and Lucy DeVito star in the dark new FXX animated sitcom executive produced by Dan Harmon.

Kirk Douglas in Paths Of Glory

Kirk Douglas Charges Towards an Ant Hill in Our Pick of the Week

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Plus 5 more new releases to watch at home this week on UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Best Movies Bergman Island

What ‘Bergman Island’ Can Teach Us About Engaging With Legacy

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How do creative folks avoid being buried by the legacy of our forefathers?

Gangs Of New York

The Real Story Behind ‘Gangs of New York’

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A look at some of the real people and events behind Martin Scorsese’s 2002 epic.

Movie That Almost Ruined Hollywoods Most Romanticized Marriage

The Movie that Almost Ruined Hollywood’s Most Romanticized Marriage

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Paul Newman directed his wife Joanne Woodward in her most difficult role for ‘The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds,’ but why has it been overlooked in their careers?

Hiram Garcia Black Adam Comic Con

Hiram Garcia on Comic-Con, ‘Black Adam’ and ‘League of Super-Pets’

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We chat with producer Hiram Garcia about returning to Comic-Con and finally unleashing ‘Black Adam’ on that particular crowd.