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Photo courtesy of Decider Story by Brandon Black / Contributing Writer For movies that clearly preach an anti-violence message, Jeremy Saulnier’s films sure do contain quite a bit of stomach-churning gore. After his last two projects, slow-burning revenge thriller “Blue Ruin” and “Green Room,” a thinking man’s slasher flick with a brutal edge, Saulnier is …

Photo courtesy of Movieweb Story by Cassius Croom / Contributing Writer “Fahrenheit 11/9” is a political documentary directed, written and produced by Michael Moore. The film covers the ramifications of Trump’s presidency and delves into several other issues that exist in our society, such as gun control, “fake news” and the rise of white nationalism. This …

Photo courtesy of On Milwauke Story by Brandon Black / Contributing Writer The trailer for “Slice,” a low-budget horror/comedy starring Zazie Beetz of “Deadpool 2” and musician Chancelor Jonathan Bennett, who is better known as Chance the Rapper, left viewers with almost nothing to go off of. Last week, A24, the distributor of “Slice,” announced the movie …

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children movie review

Photo courtesy of 21st Century Fox By Abigail Miller/ Contributing writer Young adult books make popular choices for new film franchises — just look at “Harry Potter,” arguably the biggest book-to-movie franchise ever (and the second-highest grossing franchise of all time), followed by box-office success “The Hunger Games” and even the “Twilight” franchise. However, we haven’t been …

By Hannah Forsythe // Contributing Writer| Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures After a long summer of dreaded sequels and long-awaited reboots, we find ourselves with “Sully,” a biopic worthy of an Oscar. An Oscar for a leading role, but an Oscar nonetheless. Tom Hanks as Chelsey “Sully” Sullenberg delivers serious acting at his best with a stunning cast …

It’s a rare feat for sequels of superhero films to actually offer up more than simple plot continuation — only prequels are generally considered more pointless than sequels. So take a third Captain America-centric film, led by the gentle hunk, Chris Evans, toss in the kitchen sink of new and old heroes and you have what, by all …