The 10 Best Episodes of ‘The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes’

Welcome to Saturday Morning Cartoons, our ongoing column where we continue the animation-centric ritual of yesteryear. We may no longer schedule our lives around small screen programming, but that doesn’t mean we should forget the

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An Indy Darling: John Williams and ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’

There’s a moment in Raiders of the Lost Ark where the Nazis have taken the Ark from the ship transporting it, and we have no clue where our hero is. All of a sudden a

How Ace in the Hole foreshadowed the post-truth era

The experience of making Ace in the Hole clearly left a bad taste in Billy Wilder’s mouth. Mauled by contemporary critics (“It’s a distortion of journalistic practice,” noted Bosley Crowther in The New York Times),

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New Film!! “BUTTERFLIES…” – BTS – “Making a Movie During a Lockdown” True Independent Filmmaking!

Take a look at some behind-the-scenes footage for the all new independent feature film, “Butterflies…” based on the novel, “Party”, written by Tom Leveen. The film is being directed by Kevin Stevenson. The film was

AMC’s Kevin Can F*** Himself Experiments with Sitcom Form to Mixed Results

The American sitcom has been built on the shoulders of childish husbands and accommodating wives. Some series use those husbands to make points about gender dynamics, changing social mores, and heteronormativity (the classic “All in

LWLies Sixties Presents… 2001: A Space Odyssey reimagined

LWLies Sixties is part of #99DaysOfDesign, from 99designs by Vistaprint. Discover more at 99designs.com It’s one of the most iconic pieces of film art ever created: a rocket ship blasting out of a giant, wheel-spaced

Medium’s David Bates Remembers Roger Ebert

Thank you David Bates for this beautifully written tribute to Roger, and for giving me permission to republish here at his website.  David is a self-professed “newspaper guy-turned online arts writer” whose work can be

The Father

Statistics from Alzeimer’s Research UK state that one in five people over the age of 85 have dementia, which means that almost every person during their lifetime will either experience the disease themselves or by

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The Amusement Park

Ushering in a new Golden Age of horror that would last throughout the following decade, George A Romero’s 1968 feature debut Night of the Living Dead shifted the genre from the gothic castle to America’s

What’s New to Stream on Amazon Prime for June 2021

Crossing the Streams is our series of guides looking at all the offerings hitting the big streaming services each month. This time we’re checking out the new Amazon Prime arrivals for June 2021 including the

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