Brian Henson, son of the late Jim Henson and producer/director of Happytime Murders, seeks to expand upon his father’s legacy of telling adult stories through the medium of puppetry. As much as the second-generation puppeteer is fairly confident the creator of…

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The subgenre known as “blaxploitation film”–a term coined by the Los Angeles head of the NAACP, Junius Griffin–rose to prominence in the 1970’s as a direct response to the need for black actors on-screen. Representation mattered in the 1970’s, and blaxploitation…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… With the Oscars now completed and a brand new Best Picture winner crowned, it got the Reel World: Rewind think-tank pondering some of the best picture winners of all-time. Consequently, the conversation will…

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Amarillo, Texas is not one of those places that finds much representation within cinematic landscapes. We are vaguely West Texas in name only so many of us who live in these flatlands look on films like There Will Be Blood,…

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Another video game movie??? Yes, that’s right, another one! We’ve already gotten Ratchet & Clank, and both Duncan Jones’ Warcraft, as well as Justin Kurzel’s Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard starring Assassin’s Creed, has Reel World writer Mark Wingerter changing his trousers. While the…

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This weekend proves to be a glut of new movies, most of which are festival darlings releasing on the same weekend as the Cannes Film Festival is in full swing. Since there is so much ground to cover, let’s get…

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Jeremy Saulnier’s last film, 2013’s Blue Ruin, was a vengeance flick with a flare for equal amounts of comedy and tragedy. It’s characters, narrative and outcomes actually felt satisfyingly realistic. None of the clean-cut, glorified vengeful murder set pieces found…

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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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We’ve survived an extra day in February and made our way into March. You know what that means, don’t you? Yes, fine readers, that means the movie season is officially in full bloom. As the beginning of Spring is a…

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There are a lot of great movies coming out this weekend in theaters, but that doesn’t mean if you aren’t going to the theaters you will have nothing to watch. Our intrepid contributors have explored the deepest, darkest jungles of…

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