David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet – Review

His voice for nature documentaries, and documentary series, is famous. His passion for preserving the wild and helping us understand the natural ecosystems of our planet is boundless. This time around, Sir David Attenborough presents us with his most personal, almost video essay, documentary. At the time of its recording David Attenborough was 93 years …

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The History of Societal Integration in Horror Cinema

Ari Aster's name has quickly ascended in the horror community after his two most recent releases of Hereditary (2018) and Midsommar (2019). Both of these films look at the consequences of bringing outsiders into social circles that they do not belong in. In which, a character does not benefit nor grow and is looked at …

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Horror Sequels that are as Good as the Original

The horror genre is no stranger to franchises and has housed some of the most iconic across the globe. However, when it comes to their sequels the quality of the stories can shift dramatically. Later films can be completely different from where their simple roots started. Just look at the Friday the 13th films. Everybody …

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The Experience of Watching Sir Billi

Watching obscure animated films from other countries that barely anybody has heard of has been one of the greatest pleasures to experience in quarantine. Upon learning that Sir Sean Connery, who most believe hasn't made a film since The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, came out of retirement to voice the lead character in Scotland's first …

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