From ‘300’ To ‘Black Panther’ : How The Spring Box Office Changed Over The Past Decade

For the past five weeks, Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” has dominated the box office, with relative ease in doing so. These days, a major film coming out in the spring movie season and having tremendous success isn’t surprising. In fact, it’s become rather commonplace for this to happen. However, it wasn’t always the case, it…
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Oscar Docs: A Look At The Nominees

The Best Documentary category at the Academy Awards is always a great window into the human experience and this year is no different. This year’s nominations range from stories about the justice system to international politics. The first up in this piece, though, is all about the importance of art in society. It’s also one…
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UPDATED: Movie Trailers Shown During Super Bowl LII

In between moments of the Super Bowl shootout between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots, viewers were previewed on upcoming flicks. As everyone knows, commercials were a major part of the big game, and film studios got in on the action. According to Entertainment Weekly, last year’s game had roughly 16 trailers for…
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Halloween Horror Fest: Honoring Tobe Hooper

In his career, Director Tobe Hooper never reached a “mainstream” Hollywood status, despite his lengthy filmography. However, he left one of the biggest impacts on the horror genre in its storied history. In 1974, Hooper (Jan. 25, 1943-Aug. 26, 2017) had his masterpiece “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” release to theaters. The film, loosely inspired…
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Halloween Horror Fest: Honoring Director Wes Craven

The horror genre has lived on largely thanks to innovation. Whenever something started to get stale, new directors stepped in to offer something different. Director Wes Craven (Aug. 2, 1939-Aug. 30, 2015) was one of them. A prime example came in 1984, when his picture “A Nightmare on Elm Street” came out and threw in…
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