On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… Reel World staff members Josh Crabb and Blake Collier are discussing Danny Boyle’s 2007 thought-provoking Sci-Fi movie, Sunshine. A portentous movie about a not-so-implausible future where the sun is dying, Boyle’s movie ponders transcendence,…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… Closing out the summer on a high note, Reel World staffer Josh Crabb invites on his old podcast pal, Blaine Grimes, to discuss a movie that holds incredible significance for Blaine, Steven Spielberg’s…

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The concept of sleep paralysis is terrifying on the very surface: one’s mind/consciousness rises from sleep before one’s body does and, in most cases, hallucinations accompany the experience. I had two occasions of sleep paralysis in a one week period…

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Neil Jordan finally returns to the thriller and horror formula that he utilized 20 years ago with the Annette Benning vehicle In Dreams. This time he successfully brings one of the greatest actresses of our time out from the world…

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Sometimes our writers don’t agree. Most of the time it’s hilarious, all of the time it’s entertaining. And when those disagreements are so intractable, so irreconcilable, we put them in the ring and let them sort it out with verbal…

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A Latin proverb states, “revenge is a confession of pain.” While there is little evidence to find the origin of this quote or prove it is actually Latin, the axiom is true enough apart from its suspicious attribution. Revenge is…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… A cerebral zombie movie taking place at a small, local radio station in rural Canada about the zombie-like infection being spread by language has perhaps been the most difficult episode ever to record…

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Yorgos Lanthimos movies are an acquired taste. Not like black coffee or certain types of seafood or cheese. More like lutefisk, a traditional Norweigan dish that is essential whitefish soaked in lye, or Vegemite (apologies to any of our Australian…

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Australian Ben Young’s debut film, Hounds of Love, is a sordid, intense feature of survival in 1980’s suburban Perth. Starring Ashleigh Cummings as Vicky Malone, a young, teenage schoolgirl abducted by a deranged, serial killer couple (Emma Booth and Stephen Curry),…

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One massive spoiler ahead. If you haven’t seen the movie (and are interested in seeing it), hold off on reading this until you do. 2015’s The Visit was M. Night Shyamalan’s first bid for a return to form for a…

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