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The 14 Best Vampire Movies Ever Made

The vampire genre is nearly as old as cinema itself, with F.W. Murnau’s “Nosferatu” scaring up audiences in 1922, followed by the countless iterations that came in its shadow. Every era and every filmmaking country has since taken up its own spins on the myth of the vampire, from Universal Studios’ “Dracula” series beginning with […]

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‘Parasite’ Returning to Select Theatres in New Black and White Version

Parasite is an excellent film, one that’s ferociously entertaining, eviscerating of class and capitalism disparities, and relentlessly rewatchable. How’d you like to rewatch it… in black and white? That’s right — Neon, the film’s Us distributor, just announced that director Bong Joon Ho has prepared a special black and white version of his masterpiece, and […]

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‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’: How J. A. Bayona and the VFX Team Channeled Classic Horror Movies

For his dino out of jungle sequel, “Fallen Kingdom,” director J. A. Bayona (“A Monster Calls”) channeled classic horror in collaboration with Industrial Light & Magic, especially during the final battle in a Gothic mansion between Blue, the heroic Velociraptor, and the new weaponized monster hybrid, the Indoraptor.“If you think about kids playing with dinosaurs, […]

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