“[George Romero] turns the whole concept into something completely different. You can’t control the zombies. They are out of control. Generally, monsters — vampires, Frankenstein, Godzilla, whatever — they are outside the social structure. They are a danger to it, they are…

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The weather is finally starting to turn consistently nice and spring is really upon. Here in the Midwest where your faithful Streaming Weekly editor Josh calls home, the grass is turning green and short sleeve shirts may actually become a…

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The early hype surrounding Disney’s reimagination of Pete’s Dragon is overwhelmingly positive, to the surprise of many. The original 1977 movie was never one of my favorites as a kid. I thought the dragon was super weird and Pete’s abusive parents…

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This weekend is quite a big weekend for new movies! There are a couple releases that have us really excited this week, including the newest animation to  live-action Disney movie. Plus, if you saw the 2013 indie-thriller smash, Blue Ruin, then…

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If you’re reading this, it’s likely you don’t have to think to hard when asked what your favorite movie is. Some have to give a list of three or five because they aren’t able to choose between them, like being…

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If you have already seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens five times and need something other than John Williams music humming in your brain pans, lean on our trusty contributors to lend you their movie watching expertise. We have three excellent picks…

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For decades now, the zombie has stood as an iconic monster, taking its place next to vampires, mummies, and werewolves. These five films played a major role in bringing the undead from the dark and into the pop culture mainstream.…

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Fizz’s prediction of it being a banner year in movies looks to be shaping up just as he predicted. There has been a really strong start to the Fall movie season. We haven’t even set the clocks back and there…

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In Cameron Crowe’s 1989 debut feature film, Say Anything…, John Cusack’s underachieving, kick-boxing oddball, Lloyd Dobbler, convinces his love interest, Diane Court (Ione Skye), into dating him and staying with him because he is a good guy who does the right…

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How do you POSSIBLY recommend a movie you have an insane and biased obsession with? Not just that, but it stars a comedic icon that is worth watching even in terrible movies! AND the movie shares a title and date…

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