A Legend Returns – ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Parts I and II Review

Warning: This article will contain spoilers from Obi-Wan Kenobi Parts I and II After years of speculation, confirmation, and anticipation a Star Wars legend returned to the small screen this week. Coming off the heels of an energized Lucasfilm Studio Showcase panel at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim, Obi-Wan Kenobi premiered its first two episodes on…

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Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore – Review

Sizably better than its predecessor, and coupled with a better script and stronger performances, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore is a great addition to the Wizarding World.  Fantastic Beasts: Secrets of Dumbledore is the third sequel in the Fantastic beasts pentalogy. Directed by long-time Harry Potter alum, David Yates, the Fantastic Beasts series follows…

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Video Game Adaptations, Take Notes – Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is a Blast

With so many references to the original video games, great character moments, and clever jokes for adults to enjoy, Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is the adaptation that has saved me from video game movie hell.

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Night’s End — Review

Horror is undergoing a modern renaissance. You know it. We know it. We’ve had new classics released as recently as this month. The return of horror to the mainstream has invited many exciting names to the forefront of the genre. Anyone who’s seen 2021’s V/H/S/94 knows that one of those names is Jennifer Reeder, director…

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SXSW Review | Ti West’s X is a Horror Gift that Keeps Giving

In 105 minutes, X manages to soar beyond its script limitations to a part comedy, part horror flick that never taps into unfamiliar territory. Yet West’s creative spotlight on porn surpasses expectations.

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Jujustu Kaisen 0 – Review

JUJUTSU KAISEN 0 will satisfy fans new and old with breathtaking animation, strong voice acting, likable characters, and an engaging story. Even those with limited anime experience will enjoy the tightly woven plot and universal themes. JUJUTSU KAISEN 0 follows the story of Yuta Okkotsu, a high school student who enrolls in the mysterious Tokyo…

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THE BATMAN Review – The Quintessential Bruce Wayne Story

The Batman is bold, brutal and one of the best superhero films of all time. In a superhero movie climate where cameos and roller-coaster action is the name of the game, The Batman answers back with cinema.

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Texas Chainsaw Massacre — Review

The horror genre has seen an exceptional amount of growth over the last five years. Gore and ghouls are so popular now that some of us at CinemaDebate are just waiting for the day when the live action comic book empires commit to their scarier properties. Maybe that day will be here sooner rather than…

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In the Name of Honor – ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Chapter 7 Review

Warning: This review will contain spoilers from The Book of Boba Fett Chapter 7 “This is my city. These are my people. I will not abandon them.” After seven weeks, The Book of Boba Fett has come to a close. Despite its rocky start, the series had really picked up steam over its last couple…

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Moonfall – Review

Disaster movies. What’s there to say about them? At times, they are mindless entertainment with a hint of family drama. Or, they can be the perfect opportunities for filmmakers to explore ethical conflict when it comes to government, humanity, and decision-making. But one thing’s for certain: Hollywood can’t seem to get enough of them. Roland…

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From the Desert Comes a Stranger – ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Chapter 6 Review

“We need foot soldiers.” Coming off the heels of one of the best episodes of Star Wars television, The Book of Boba Fett returned this week with its penultimate chapter. And while this week’s entry is arguably even better than the one before, it raises the question – what defines a series: it’s story or…

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2022 Sundance Film Festival – Recap

After ten days, 84 feature films, and 59 shorts, the Sundance Film Festival completed its 2022 slate of programming. Fans around the world raved about their favorite features, documentaries, and shorts, the juries and audience deliberated on the best films of each category, and I experienced festival fatigue like never before… It was all for…

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