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'Blade Runner 2049' Has a Villain Problem and We Need to Talk About It
Not having a central villain can be sort of a problem. While the original Blade Runner is a science-fiction classic, the sequel Blade Runner 2049 amplified its concepts to new heights; Ridley Scott's 1982 sci-fi classic explored the fine line between humanity and artificial intelligence — and our relative perception of good and evil.
Can We Ever Numb the Pain Caused by These Awful Horror Remakes?
While we could easily start out by discussing which modern horror remakes were surprisingly good, the truth is the bad sometimes outweighs the good. Unfortunately for us, the bad outshines the good most of the time with remakes in general. This seems to be more prevalent, especially when it comes to the modern horror genre, so why not discuss it?
Why the Graphic Depictions of Bullying in '13 Reasons Why' Are Necessary for Viewers
If you managed to make it through the Netflix original series 13 Reasons Why, then you're no doubt a little shaken up. After all, it's a show about a girl who leaves cassette tapes behind to tell those whom she feels are responsible for her suicide why she did it. The subject matter alone is a powerful thing, and many people who read the 2007 novel by Jay Asher wondered how Netflix would visually represent the story.
How 'Underworld' Was the Perfect Vampire Movie of Its Time
Even if you're not a fan of horror films, you've probably watched the Underworld movies at some point. This dark vampire franchise starring Kate Beckinsale kickstarted in 2003 and quickly became the it vampire movie that horror fans had been waiting for since Blade, Dracula 2000 and Interview with the Vampire.
4 Alfred Hitchcock Movies That Could Be Revisited For The Anthology Series 'Welcome To Hitchcock'
Back in September 2016, we learned that a TV-anthology series inspired by the works of legendary director Alfred Hitchcock was in the works, tentatively titled Welcome to Hitchcock. Universal Cable Productions (UCP) is set to produce the concept, with Beauty and the Beast writer Evan Spiliotopoulos on board to pen the series. In addition to Spiliotopoulos, we also know that director Chris Columbus is attached to produce and direct the pilot episode.
How Nine Inch Nails Changed My Life
Music is perhaps one of the most powerful forces on the planet. I can guarantee that we have all had our fair share of moments where we heard a piece of music and felt like a song or album was meant for us. It might even feel at times that it was specifically written for us, and that our lives changed for the better (or worse) when we heard that one specific song.
Dear Younger Self: Patience Is A Virtue
Starting from childhood, it seems like we've always been in a hurry. Whether we just couldn't wait for an event happening at school, a sporting event, or simply just couldn't wait to grow up, we have always been too excited to wait for something. Throughout the years, impatience and excitement (for me) has almost always been met with the one word... "patience."
It's Official: Horror Is the Only Movie Genre in Which Women Speak as Often as Men
It's no secret that the battle for gender equality in Hollywood is intensifying. With the continued conversation surrounding the topic — and the monstrous success of Patty Jenkins's Wonder Woman as an example of what brilliant women can accomplish — key figures in the industry are making their voices heard and trying to shake up the existing standards of female representation.