Scott Teems’ new film, The Quarry, strikes upon two of my deepest obsessions: southern gothic literature and music. It doesn’t have the magical realism of True Detective’s first season and it doesn’t have the grotesquery of the characters of Flannery…

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The first Superman comic was published in 1938, kick-starting the superhero genre and introducing the world to a new hero who would eventually come to fight for “truth, justice, and the American way”. There have been many iterations of the…

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Whodunits require a lot from both creator and viewer.  This is because they’re actually carved from two stories, woven together as a “double narrative”— one is the secret, behind-the-scenes, cloak-and-dagger story of what really happened to cause the death of…

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All I had to see was the poster with the two awesome Michael’s on it and I was ready to throw my money at the screen. Fahrenheit 451 proved to be worth it for me. The film is getting a…

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Teetering on the precipice of October, our Streaming Weekly column stares up at the proverbial moon, dreading its transformation from a regular streaming column into a snarling beast known as “Screaming Weekly”. While you load your silver bullets and stock…

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If you ever need an excuse to the movie theater, tomorrow’s Earth Day holiday is the perfect excuse. There are not any movies that have anything to do with conserving our planet, but hey, why not celebrate by watching Chris…

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Can’t wait a week for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice? Well, neither can we. Can’t you tell? #RWTMovieMarathon? If you can’t wait another week to make it out into the theaters, there are some quality movies and some not-so-quality movies…

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