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Get Wrapped Up in UNSPOOLED

Unspooled is a top-notch film podcast examining AFI's 2007 list of the top 100 American movies of all time with hosts Paul Scheer and Amy Nicholson.

Who Should Direct Bond 25?

With Danny Boyle stepping away from the director's chair, we look into who we'd like to see direct the final Craig Bond film.

The Misery of Fandom, Part I

In an age run by the Internet, an issue as complex as the dark side of fandom needs to be examined. This is only the first part.

A Jurassic Review, Vol. 2: The Lost World

A secret island filled with dinosaurs. One group wants to protect them, another group wants to exploit them for profit. Something more vicious awaits for both of them.

Netflix and Chill–The Vintage Way

DVD.com is the Netflix feature that millenials are missing out on, providing a larger breadth of media than is offered to those who stream Netflix online.

THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT is a Comforting Tonic in These Trying Times

'The American President' presents a romantic comedy through a political lense, but does it still work twenty-three years later?

A Jurassic Review, Vol. 1: Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park changed the landscape and vibe of movies to come, and has become a staple amongst all fan bases of all ages. Dinosaurs are truly amazing.

Hashtag Oscars So Unpopular

The Oscars: How do you measure the popularity of a movie? Give it its own special Oscar! We take a look at the recent controversial Academy rulings.

Winnie the Pooh’s Wholesome Fun Deserves Recognition

I love Winnie the Pooh.  Always have, always will.  The deceptively simple character created over 90 years ago by A. A. Milne and, indeed, his...

The Subjectivity of Horror, Part Four – The Death of Psychological...

In part three, we analyzed three recent psychological horror films, all released by A24, that have divided critics and audiences and compared the critical reception of each film with what audiences thought of it. Now it’s time to dig in and figure out what it all means. Could it simply be chalked up misleading trailers or could the real answer be something much more troubling?