Category: Film & TV

Guillermo del Toro explores an unlikely love story with ‘The Shape of Water’

Classic movie monsters like Frankenstein, Dracula, King Kong and the Creature from the Black Lagoon have long been cornered

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‘Justice League,’ ‘The Punisher’ and ‘Runaways’ revive beloved comic series and debut formerly unrenowned characters

DC and Marvel fans have been eagerly waiting in anticipation all year for November’s packed lineup of comic book

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‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ contestants and producers open up about the shows impact on the LGBTQ community

When Von Nguyen, better known as Kimora Blac, got into drag at 18, he only knew the four people

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Pixar Animator shares backbones of ‘Coco’ and the details of his past projects

Pixar films have steadily become even more dazzling visual experiences with each new release since the studio’s first full-length

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Rough Sketch: Classic animations shouldn’t be remade into live-action films

There is a foolish notion among Hollywood executives that if it worked as a cartoon then it will work

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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ revamps the franchise, making it the best installment to date

From the moment the first teaser trailer dropped in April, featuring the perfectly fitting Norse-inspired Led Zeppelin track “Immigrant

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Review: Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things 2’ is a thrilling sequel that begs to be binged

“Stranger Things” feels very much like dusting off a tattered and forgotten science-fiction novel that begs to be re-read.

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Review: ‘Suburbicon’ is a dark comedy that offers a satirical look at the American dream

With picturesque houses and friendly neighbors, Suburbicon seems like the perfect community to live in. Despite it representing the

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