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Photo courtesy of Amazon Studios  Ah, “Suspiria.” If there was ever a movie to indirectly and directly influence the horror genre in a defining fashion, it’s Dario Argento’s 1977 Giallo masterpiece. For those who don’t know, Giallo films are Italian horror movies that were popularized in the 1900s. These wondrous films were characterized by their …

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons Story by Brandon Black / Contributing Writer  Hello there, friends. During the month of October, I will be writing a film column every week that focuses on early horror and the beginnings and development of clichés, makeup and types of horror. We’re going to be covering movies from 1920 to 1958, …

Photos courtesy of Allie Sultan It’s just another day in the life of an MTSU film production student when she updates her resumé to say she was part of the crew that won the Grand Jury Prize for best documentary short at the Perth International Queer Film Festival in September. The documentary is called “Graham and …

Photo courtesy of Celluloidwickerman.com Story by Leah Donato / Contributing Writer On Friday afternoon, FilmStruck released a sudden statement on their Twitter, saying that they will be discontinuing their service. The site no longer accepts any new subscribers and is allowing their current subscribers to use the service until it shuts down. The news is …

Photo courtesy of Cohen Film Collection Story by Brandon Black / Contributing Writer  Hello there, friends. During the month of October, I will be writing a film column every week that focuses on early horror and the beginnings and development of clichés, makeup and types of horror. We’re going to be covering movies from 1920 to …

Image courtesy of film-book.com Story by Cassius Croom / Contributing Writer “Halloween” is one of the best films I have seen this year. It’s right up there with “Black Panther” and “Mission: Impossible – Fallout.” I didn’t expect to like it as much as I did. Yet, here I am trying to clear my schedule …