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James Wan recycles ideas from previous movies in his newest film “Malignant”

By William L.G. Stephens The opening sequence of “Malignant” resonates as if it was left on the editing floor of a “Stranger Things” storyboard room.  It’s all there, the dark hospital on the cliff, the disturbed patient being studied and the experimental score playing in the background.  With little advertisement, other than the ones that

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‘SNL’ star showcases his reality in new show

Sigifredo Macias It’s understandable and intriguing to see a “Saturday Night Live” cast member create something that isn’t a part of “SNL.” “That D— Micheal Che” is a new sketch comedy show on HBO Max created by and starring Micheal Che himself. It’s a good sketch show that brings up many of the issues society

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MOVIE REVIEW: Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ redeems DC Universe

By Tyrese Blue Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” premiered on streaming platform HBO Max on March 18, including two hours of footage not included in the film’s theatrical release. The extra scenes enhance the movie’s quality and make it a must-see version of the original.   After watching and analyzing both films, I can say that the

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Dahl’s ‘The Witches’ takes a more realistic turn in new film adaptation

By Kyiesha Chavez Roald Dahl’s 1983 children’s novel “The Witches” begins with the statements “This is not a fairy tale” and “witches are real.” Following that is the frightening story of witches who are actually demons and share one thing in common: They all hate children.  The novel does a good job of acknowledging some

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