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[Article] – How Woo Wooed the Marvel Fans: Jimmy Woo is Ant-Man and the Wasp’s Breakout Character

Superhero films have one major positive going for them – larger-than-life protagonists who make audiences feel all the emotions. But, those superheroes we love so much wouldn’t amount to much if not for the supporting character...

[Article] – The Conversation: Close Surveillance

Although Francis Ford Coppola wrote The Conversation, one of the closest examinations of paranoia in America’s new age of surveillance, in the mid-1960s, it quickly became a fitting parable to the Watergate scandal which would ...

[Article] – Heathers (1988) Revisited…

To mark its 30th anniversary, a 4K restoration of Michael Lehmann‘s 1988culthit Heathersis being re-released by Arrow Films in August, in cinemas and also on digital and on-demand. Popular culture is currently swamped wit...

[Article] – 4 Film Franchises That Don’t Know When to Quit

There are certain things that age well. And then there are things that just start to stink the longer they are around. A discussion of how long a film franchise should be allowed to linger before it inevitably starts to dwell o...

[Article] – “Halloween” (1978) Revisited…

“You can’t kill the boogeyman!” John Carpenter’s movie HALLOWEEN had its premiere in the U.S on October 31st 1978. Although touched upon in smaller cult movies such as ‘Peeping Tom’, the components and themes used by HALLOWEEN ...

[Article] – Shadows Of The Empire: A Movie Event Without The Movie

A long time ago in this very galaxy… (Tilt your internet viewing device under your face and slowly move it up whilst whistling the Star Wars theme for the next couple of paragraphs to achieve the full opening scroll effect) It ...