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Movie Review: Over the Garden Wall

September 30, 2021 Jacob Musselman

The dominant understanding of animation is that the medium exists in two distinct forms based on the work’s target audience. Children’s entertainment is made by the likes of Cartoon Network and Disney, while adult animation […]

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Movie Review: The Card Counter

September 23, 2021 Jacob Musselman

Paul Schrader as a writer and director, has a trope of focusing on characters outside of the mainstream of their culture. People with darkness inside of them, hidden behind their work, coined by the first […]

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Movie Review: Malignant

September 16, 2021 Jacob Musselman

Writer and Director James Wan hardly needs an introduction these days. He’s known for blockbuster horror franchises like Saw, Insidious, and the most profitable horror franchise of all time, The Conjuring movies. He’s made mainstream […]

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Movie Review: The Green Knight

August 5, 2021 Jacob Musselman

A pensive, hypnotic adaptation of Arthurian legend After being announced in 2019 for a 2020 release, The Green Knight has been one of my most anticipated films of the past two years. Now, after being […]

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Movie Review: Pig

July 23, 2021 Jacob Musselman

Almost exclusively known for his over-the-top acting style, Nic Cage has garnered a cult following for his signature style. Cage gives 100 percent to every role he portrays whether the film matches his effort level […]

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Movie Review: No Sudden Move

July 15, 2021 Jacob Musselman

Steven Soderbergh has had a storied and successful career as a director in Hollywood starting with 1989’s Sex, Lies, and Videotapes. Since then he has garnered a reputation for ensemble casts like in Ocean’s Eleven, […]