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This ’80s Thriller Was Chilling Enough to Affect National Security Policy

Since its release on June 3, 1983, John Badham’s WarGames has cemented itself as a seminal pop culture relic. Emblematic of a specific time and place regarding computer technology, gaming, and Cold War paranoia, the techno-thriller isn’t merely limited to decades of nostalgic appreciation by moviegoers. In an uncommon but fascinating example of a film […]

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Daily Podcast: The Difference Between Critics And Fans, Infinity War, Wonder Woman 2, Tarantino, Batman, Westworld, WarGames, Black Hole

On the March 1, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined /Film weekend editor Brad Oman, and writers Ben Pearson and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest news, including a new Avengers: Infinity War release date, Wonder Woman 2 villain, Bright is not for critics, a new Batman board game, […]

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‘WarGames’ Trailer: Shall We Play A Game?

The 1983 film WarGames gets an update for modern times with #WarGames, a new interactive series that will launch on mobile, HelloEko.com, Vudu.com and Steam later this month. Check out the new WarGames trailer below. In the 1983 movie WarGames, high-schooler Matthew Broderick almost started a global thermonuclear war after hacking into a military supercomputer. […]

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