Why are Movie Spoilers So Tempting for the Average Troll?

What can be done about the movie spoilers, the trolls? Stop ruining the cinematic experience for others.

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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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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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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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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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Ranking the Midnight Section of the 2022 Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival is a prestigious program of the Sundance Institute, a non-profit organization founded by Robert Redford in 1981. Committed to the growth and nurturing of independent artists, the annual film festival is a showcase for premieres of bold, innovative, and inspiring work that amplifies voices on an international scale. Each year, I…

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Why Hasn’t Hollywood Figured Out How to Make a Horror Comic Book Movie?

Marvel Studios have horror characters coming. DC Comics has a legion in waiting. So, why don’t we have a real horror comic book movie?

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Venom : Let There Be Carnage – Review | An Action-Packed But Uneven Sequel

Venom Let There Be Carnage is bombastic, funny, action-packed, silly, and at times, jarring— creating a fun, yet uneven, experience. A popcorn movie in every sense of the word. Directed by Andy Serkis, and starring Tom Hardy as the titular character, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is a spectacle. Now when using the word spectacle, it’s meant in…

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Disney World and Universal Studios Vlog 2021 | The Farooqi Bros Visit Hogwarts and Galaxy’s Edge

The Farooqi Bros visit Disney World and Universal Studios and vlog their entire trip. Learn the best tips and tricks to have fun at Magic Kingdom during the pandemic and which rides are the absolute must-do’s. We hope you enjoy our 2021 Disney World Vlog and our 2021 Universal Studios Vlog, especially a looks at…

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Emergency Water Aid Initiative Charity – From The Farooqi Bros

Currently over 21 million Pakistanis suffer from a water sanitation crisis that has impacted the entire country. Many regions struggle to provide access to clean and safe drinking water, but the situation worsens amongst rural villages who not only lack modern systems, but also adequate healthcare. The situation has worsened with the COVID-19 pandemic, creating…

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Ray Fisher Interview: Discussing Cyborg and Zack Snyder’s Justice League

Actor Ray Fisher has joined The Farooqi Bros for a new interview. Fisher joins ComicBook Debate to discuss ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ in a full spoiler discussion. During the interview, Fisher discusses his role as Cyborg, and how he emotionally plugged into Victor Stone. Fisher explains why people of color and differently-abled fans connected with…

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WarnerMedia To Debut 2021 Slate On HBO Max and Theaters. Sustainability of Cinemas Remain In Doubt

WarnerMedia officially announced its entire 2021 slate would debut on HBO Max simultaneously with their cinema release dates. The move comes on the heels of their announcement that Wonder Woman 1984 would make the same move.  Amid rising COVID-19 cases, restricted theaters unable to capture the magic of moviegoing, and skyrocketing use of streaming services, the future of…

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