Tom Hanks’ Greyhound doesn’t waste much time on exposition: on-screen text tells you how crucial supply convoys are to the Allies in Europe. A brief flashback introduces you to Hanks’ Commander Krause. But tension and dread is already building by…

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J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot studios have surprised with genre movie conventions layering callbacks to their B-movie origins and bigger cinematic influences. 2001’s Joy Ride the first feature-length movie ever produced by Abrams’ studio, mixed thriller pulp storytelling about a mysterious killer…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… With the wide acclaim and 13 Oscar nominations of The Shape of Water, the latest film by Guillermo Del Toro, it seemed only appropriate to delve into his most widely acclaimed feature film, Pan’s Labyrinth.…

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There is a quote that goes around attributed to François Truffaut about the incapability of making an anti-war film. This quote was used often by Roger Ebert, but is actually quite difficult to pin down its actual source. Truffaut does…

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From the time World War II began to today’s best picture nominee Hacksaw Ridge, there have been many, many great movies set in and around the second great war. With the sheer number of films in this sub-genre, especially those…

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A brand new week, a brand new trio of streaming picks to prioritize your streaming queues. Our fabulous contributors are constantly at the ready to deliver exactly what you need for an (almost) fall Friday night. Enjoy these three recommendations and…

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