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Living With The Serial Killer Next Door

One of the better films I saw at the Chattanooga Film Festival last April was Summer of 84, a coming-of-age/horror film about the serial killer next door.  In it, a group of boys begins an investigation into their neighbor, a well-liked, friendly ...

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For several generations, nothing says Christmas quite like watching the creations of Jim Henson. The genius behind Sesame Street and The Muppets has created a number of holiday classics. And this Sunday, you can head over to either East Ridge 18 ... more

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It takes a bit of skill to make a safe film about an uncomfortable subject. History is littered with horrors. People have been, and continue to be, unabashedly awful to each other for a variety of reasons. Ignorance abounds, from sanctuary to ... more

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As a people, humans need this repetition. Pattern recognition is key to human evolution and advancement—stories are no different. They provide comfort, teach lessons, bind groups together, and create shared goals and enemies, and allow us to ... more

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We write a lot about film here in The Pulse, mainly because we love movies. So it’s always cool when we learn of a local filmmaker getting some national attention. Like Chattanooga’s own Morgan Capps, whose first feature film is playing in movie ... more

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As I watched The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, I couldn’t help but think of this passage from my favorite piece of American literature, “The Way to Rainy Mountain” by N. Scott Momaday. “Loneliness is an aspect of the land. All things in the plain are ... more

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