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The Bear Carmy

How ‘The Bear’ Compounds Conflict Without Feeling Confusing

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You know what they say: if you can’t handle the heat, get out of the kitchen.

Jordan Peele Color Theory Filmmaking

The Color Theory of Jordan Peele

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The world of Jordan Peele might be a nightmare but at least it looks stunning.

Joo Won in Carter

‘Carter’ Finds an Enormous Divide Between Ambition and Execution

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And you thought you’d seen the worst of what a Netflix Original action movie could deliver.

What Josiah Saw

‘What Josiah Saw’ Has One of the Best Horror Scores of the Year

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Stolen gold, haunted land, and pitch-black family secrets: the Southern Gothic trifecta.

Streaming Horror August 2022

All the Horror You Need to Stream in August 2022

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Here’s our monthly rundown of all the horror flicks dropping and departing from your favorite streaming services in August 2022.

Linus Sandgren Cinematography

From ‘First Man’ to 007: The Cinematography of Linus Sandgren

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Want to know more about the ‘No Time to Die’ cinematographer? Can’t say we blame you.

The Sandman Season Review

‘The Sandman’ is a Comic Book Dream Finally Fulfilled

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Netflix’s take on Neil Gaiman’s epic fantasy about fallen lord Dream of the Endless has finally arrived, with an entertaining adaptation that doesn’t sacrifice the vision of the original.

Amber Midthunder in Prey

‘Prey’ Rekindles the Magic of the ‘Predator’ Franchise

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Fifth time’s the charm! (Or seventh, if you’re nasty.)

The Battle Of Algiers

Colonizing Chronology: The Theme of Time in ‘The Battle of Algiers’

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Time marches on, as they say.

Five Days At Memorial

The Real Story Behind ‘Five Days at Memorial’

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The new miniseries from Apple details the impossible decisions faced by doctors during Hurricane Katrina.

Flatliners

Young Hollywood Returns from the Dead in Our Pick of the Week

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

Deadstream

‘Deadstream’ is a Fantastically Fun Found-Footage Film

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Scares, laughs, and more help deliver a tech-savvy love letter to Sam Raimi’s ‘The Evil Dead.’