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Caper Flick Recalls 2008 Financial Crisis

The 2008 financial crisis will likely be remembered as one of the most devastating events in modern history. While it doesn’t carry the same emotional weight as the tragedy of September 11th, 2001, its effects are likely as far reaching. The ...

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“Can an entire city be haunted? Haunted as some houses are supposed to be haunted?” Mike Hanlon asks this question in the first interlude of Stephen King’s sprawling, complex novel “It”. “It” is likely my favorite of King’s books, as unfocused ... Read more


In a given year, there are around 600–800 feature films released in North America. You’d be surprised to learn that only a fraction of those movies are released by Disney or involve superheroes (or are released by Disney AND involve superheroes) ... Read more


In 2009, Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert were nominated for an Academy Award for their short documentary The Last Truck: Closing of a GM Plant. The plant in question was the Moraine Assembly plant in Moraine, Ohio, which is a suburb of Dayton. Read more


It’s the era of conspiracy theories in America. It feels as though they’ve never been more prevalent, more accepted, more shared. Currently, there’s a group of right-wing believers who wait in shared online spaces for an anonymous poster named Q ... Read more


It wasn’t too long ago, a little less than a year in fact, that the Frightening Ass Film Fest hosted a documentary on the “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” book series. It was right around the time the president scheduled his visit to ... Read more


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