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Lupita Nyongo Us Performance

The Powerful Performance(s) of Lupita Nyong’o in ‘Us’

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Marrying tenets of avant-garde theater and natural acting methods, Nyong’o delivered a masterclass in playing opposite sides of the same coin in Jordan Peele’s doppelgänger horror film.

New on Netflix August 2022

What’s New to Stream on Netflix for August 2022

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Lots to look forward to this month including new Korean action, new vampire action, and a new season of ‘Never Have I Ever!’

Scott Snyder Comixology

Without Batman, Scott Snyder Has a Stress-Free Comic-Con

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We chat with Scott Snyder about returning to Comic-Con with a new set of ComiXology Originals and why they trump Dark Knight popularity.

When Does A Movie End

Humor, Vibes, and Teasers: When Does a Movie “End,” Exactly?

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The movie /ends/ but where and when, exactly?

Paper Girls Interview

The Anti-Nostalgia of ‘Paper Girls’

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We interview the cast and crew of Paper Girls and discuss how the series challenges cookie-cutter nostalgia entertainment.

Comic Con Hall H Black Panther

Comic-Con, The Hall H Line Problem, and ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’

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Step one is recognizing there is no problem.

Horror Insane Asylums

The Complicated History of Horror Movies and Insane Asylums

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A crutch, a mainstay, an effective setting in the right hands: let’s talk about horror movie insane asylums.

Thirteen Lives

‘Thirteen Lives’ is an Immersive and Thrilling Tale

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Ron Howard offers a compelling depiction of the 2018 Tham Luang cave rescue.

The Resort Peacock

Genre-Bending Mystery ‘The Resort’ Thrives on Cast Charisma

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Cristin Milioti and William Jackson Harper star in The Resort, Peacock’s existential mystery-comedy series from the writer of Palm Springs and the creator of Mr. Robot.

Comic Con Musical Anatomy Of Superhero

Comic-Con Dissects the Musical Anatomy of a Superhero

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We attended the 8th Annual Anatomy of a Super Hero Panel and uncovered the multiple pains and stresses facing many modern film composers.

The Gray Man

‘The Gray Man’ is a Forgettable Good Time, and Sometimes That’s More Than Enough

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Of course the evil, mustachioed Chris Evans steals the movie.

Beyond Amazing Spider Man Comic Con Museum Spidey

The Comic-Con Museum Celebrates Spider-Man’s 60th Birthday

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We wander through the Beyond Amazing Spider-Man exhibit, communing with the artifacts of Ditko, Romita, McFarlane, and Lee.