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Roger Neill on the Sonic Time Travel of ‘Valley Girl’

We chat with the composer about inhabiting the headspace of the characters to achieve an authentic sound. Read More

‘Battlestar Galactica’ is a Bingeable Feast Eager to Bust Your Gut

With the death of 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,' Ronald D. Moore needed a new canvas to splatter his socially-minded… Read More

Retracing Hollywood’s Fascination with the Remake

Just like the stories they rehash, remakes can be traced to the beginning of Hollywood itself. Read More

‘Infernal Affairs’ and ‘The Departed’: How to Do a Remake Right

Why pick one awesome movie when you can have both? Read More

‘The Lion King’ Review: What’s the Opposite of Hakuna Matata?

When telling a story involving talking animals, booming vocals from the afterlife, and farting warthogs, maybe photo-realism shouldn't be a… Read More

America’s ‘Cold Pursuit’ of European Action Cinema

The latest Liam Neeson revenge drama is just another entry in a long line of watered down Hollywood wannabes. Read More

The Wild Trip That is the ‘Child’s Play’ Franchise

Horror franchise remakes continue to go hard with their slashers, erasing the memory of the goofy paths they often travel… Read More

‘Shrek Retold’ and the Magic of Positive Fandom

The shot-for-shot remake of the DreamWorks animated classic is one trippy fever dream. Read More

Jeff Nichols is Still Living in an ‘Alien Nation’

After two years banging away on the script, the 'Midnight Special' director is determined to deliver an "epic" remake. Read More