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Scott Adkins in Avengement

42 Things We Learned from Scott Adkins’ ‘Avengement’ Commentary

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“If I don’t have loads of fake blood on my face, something doesn’t feel right.”

Donnie Yen in Raging Fire

Our Home Video Pick of the Week Bleeds Heroically With ‘Raging Fire’

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Plus 9 more new releases to watch at home this week on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

ghostbusters: afterlife

Even the ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ Box Office is Nostalgic for the Original

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We compare the debut of the new ‘Ghostbusters’ movie to others in the franchise and consider the potential for a sequel.

Jim Cummings The Beta Test Interview

Jim Cummings on ‘The Beta Test’ and its Horrific Opening Scene

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We chat with the filmmaker about the masterful tonal balance required to pull off his latest movie.

Days Of Summer Expectations Reality

‘(500) Days of Summer’ and How to Shoot the Same Scene Two Ways

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It’s important to balance your expectations … just like it’s important to use different focal lengths to convey different levels of intimacy.

No Way Out Sidney Poitier

‘No Way Out’ and the Best of “Social Message” Film Noir

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Sidney Poitier’s first big role was also the film that finally showed America just how ugly their racist ideals really were.

Star Wars Dark Horse Comics

The Comic Book Company That Saved ‘Star Wars’ Reclaims the Brand

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Dark Horse Comics will once again publish new ‘Star Wars’ stories from every era in the franchise. Get excited.

Silenced Movie

In Praise of ‘Silenced’: The Film that Shook South Korean Cinema

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‘Silenced’ is a very difficult film to watch. But with subject matter this pressing, it’s an important film to have on your radar.

Daniel Radcliffe In Swiss Army Man

The Delirious Imaginarium of Daniel Radcliffe

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The daring performer’s robust dramatic finesse accompanies an enthusiasm for eccentricity. Somewhere in between, magic happens.