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Gemma Arterton interview: The Girl With All The Gifts

21 September 2016 1:38 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Wil Jones Sep 23, 2016

Gemma Arterton chats to us about The Girl With All The Gifts, Watership Down, and Hansel & Gretel 2...

You might roll your eyes at yet another zombie movie - but The Girl With All The Gifts is genuinely something different. Based on Mike Carey’s critically acclaimed novel, it envisions a future Britain where society has been ravaged by a fungal disease that turns its victims into mindless homicidal cannibals. Where the film gets interesting, though, is that the timeline has reached a point where there is a generation of kids being born with a mutation of the infection, that seemingly lets them regain some of their cognitive functions.

In an underground bunker, a team of scientists led by Glenn Close, attempt to find a cure, and one girl in particular (played by excellent newcomer Sennia Nanua) seems to hold the answer. But after a security breach they »

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The Girl with All the Gifts movie review: I believe the children are our future…

19 September 2016 12:50 PM, PDT | | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

MaryAnn’s quick take…

Stakes out its own fresh place in an Sf subgenre that is well played out, and rehumanizes it ways that are both extraordinarily moving and deeply unnerving. I’m “biast” (pro): desperate for stories about girls and women; big Sf geek

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

I have not read the source material

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

The Girl with All the Gifts opens with one of the most intense and disturbing sequences I’ve ever seen onscreen. Children kept in a bare, gray prison like Guantanamo Bay, lit only by harsh fluorescence; given disgusting things to eat; shouted at by adult guards with cruelty in their voices; strapped into wheelchairs à la Hannibal Lecter; pushed with careful, fearful precision to be lined up in a grim classroom for their daily lessons… and we dread to discover what those are to consist of. »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Horror Channel FrightFest 2016 Review – Pet (2016)

27 August 2016 4:50 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Pet, 2016

Directed by Carles Torrens

Starring Dominic Monaghan, Ksenia Solo, Jennette McCurdy, Nathan Parsons, Janet Song


A psychological thriller about a man who bumps into an old flame and subsequently becomes obsessed with her, leading him to hold her captive underneath the animal shelter where he works. But what will the victim have in store for her assailant?

The pure genius of Carles Torrens’s Pet is that it constantly plays with audience expectations. Just when you think you’ve got Pet all worked out, Jeremy Slater’s script pulls out the rug, creating one of the best cinematic and storytelling experiences of 2016.

Dominic Monaghan is almost unrecognisable since his days on Lost and The Lord of The Rings as the very troubled and lonely Seth and he brings so much to the character. Its a performance that is comparable to Ryan Reynolds in The Voices, but Monaghan does »

- Luke Owen

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Sdcc: Universal bringing Neil Gaiman’s InterWorld to the small screen, along with three comic book adaptations

21 July 2016 3:46 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Universal Cable Productions has announced that it is developing a small screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Michael Reeves’ Ya fantasy sci-fi book InterWorld, which is being overseen by Hamilton producer Jeffrey Seller. Here’s the official description, via THR:

“Everyone in the Interworld is a version of Joey, some only a little different, while others are different genders, different ages and even different species. What makes them all special is that they have the ability to “walk,” or travel from dimension to dimension. This also makes them a target for the Hex and the Binary factions, who yearn to conquer more dimensions by using these “walkers” as fuel.”

In addition, Universal also announced three comic book adaptations: Boom! Studios’ The Woods, which has Michael Armbruster (Beautiful Boy) attached to write.; Top Cow’s Bushido, which is being executive produced by Roy Lee (The Departed), John Powers Middleton (Bates Motel »

- Amie Cranswick

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Neil Gaiman’s ‘Interworld’ To Be Adapted For TV By ‘Hamilton’ Producers

20 July 2016 12:52 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Another day, another Ya novel adaptation. This time it’s Neil Gaiman and Michael Reeves’ fantasy/sci-fi series, “Interworld,” that will be getting the small screen treatment. Universal Cable Productions announced on Wednesday that they will be putting the series into development with “Hamilton” producers, Jeffrey Seller and Flody Suarez, overseeing the production.

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Interworld” follows the adventures of a teenage Joey Harker, who, together with a group of other Joeys from different Earths, try and stop the two forces from taking over all the Earths in different universes. Gaiman, Reeves, Seller and Suarez will be executive producing the series.

Here’s the official description: Everyone in the Interworld is a version of Joey, some only a little different, while others are different genders, different ages and even different species. What makes them all special is that they have the ability to “walk, »

- Liz Calvario

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Neil Gaiman’s ‘Interworld’ To Be Adapted For TV By ‘Hamilton’ Producers

20 July 2016 12:52 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Another day, another Ya novel adaptation. This time it’s Neil Gaiman and Michael Reeves’ fantasy/sci-fi series, “Interworld,” that will be getting the small screen treatment. Universal Cable Productions announced on Wednesday that they will be putting the series into development with “Hamilton” producers, Jeffrey Seller and Flody Suarez, overseeing the production.

Read More:‘American Gods’ Casts Orlando Jones In Key Role

Interworld” follows the adventures of a teenage Joey Harker, who, together with a group of other Joeys from different Earths, try and stop the two forces from taking over all the Earths in different universes. Gaiman, Reeves, Seller and Suarez will be executive producing the series.

Here’s the official description: Everyone in the Interworld is a version of Joey, some only a little different, while others are different genders, different ages and even different species. What makes them all special is that they have the ability to “walk, »

- Liz Calvario

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Neil Gaiman’s ‘Interworld’ in Development with ‘Hamilton’ Producer Attached as Universal Cable Productions Leans Into Genre

20 July 2016 9:30 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

After the success of USA’s “Mr. Robot” and Syfy’s “The Magicians,” Universal Cable Productions is leaning hard into genre development.

Most notably, Ucp will adapt Neil Gaiman and Michael Reeves’ Ya fantasy/sci-fi novel “Interworld,” in which teen boy Joey Harker can travel through different dimensions. The twist is that every dimension contains a different version of Joey—some are older or younger, some are a different gender, and some are a different species. Gaiman and Reeves will be executive producers, joined by “Hamilton” producer Jeffrey Seller and Flody Suarez.

Ucp has also attached a producer to develop Dark Horse comic “The Umbrella Academy.” Jeremy Slater (“Fantastic Four,” Fox’s upcoming “The Exorcist” series) will adapt Gerard Way’s series about a dysfunctional superhero family with powers that are a little stranger than just “super speed”—one has the ability to remake reality with a simple lie.

Other comics-based projects in the works at Ucp: »

- Oriana Schwindt

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Jacki Weaver Says That Hollywood Isn’t Ageist: ’60 is the new 40′

18 June 2016 2:16 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Jacki Weaver, known for her breakout role in “Animal Kingdom,” recently spoke out about how the industry has been so welcoming to her. As opposed to many actresses who have spoken out about the lack of roles or how their looks affect their jobs, the 69-year-old Australian actress is declaring that “60 is the new 40.”

“There are lots of great roles for women my age,” she told The Daily Telegraph, adding that she hasn’t faced any opposition from Hollywood. “I have never come across any of that. Remember, I am in my late-60s and under 5ft, so maybe those sorts of things don’t apply to someone like me. Perhaps it happens to younger actors.”

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“But, in my opinion, sometimes you get a job and sometimes you miss out,” she continued. »

- Liz Calvario

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New trailer for sci-fi thriller Equals starring Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult

18 April 2016 2:29 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

A new trailer has arrived online for the upcoming sci-fi thriller Equals, which is directed by acclaimed filmmaker Drake Doremus (Breathe In) and stars Kristen Stewart (Clouds of Sils Maria), Nicholas Hoult (X-Men: Apocalypse), Bel Powley (Diary of a Teenage Girl), Jackie Weaver (The Voices) and Guy Pearce (The Rover).

Silas (Hoult) lives in a future society called The Collective. The inhabitants of this modern world are a new breed of humans called Equals. Equals are peaceful, calm, fair, and polite. Life in The Collective is perfect; there is no greed, no poverty, no violence, and no emotion. The Equals go through life perfectly serene, disturbed by nothing. But a new disease is threatening everyone: Sos, or Switched-On-Syndrome, is activating in its victims everything they thought they’d escaped: depression, sensitivity, fear, love. Once a person is overtaken with Sos, they are sent away to The Den, and never seen again. »

- Scott J. Davis

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Ryan Reynolds Reunites with 'Deadpool' Writers for 'Life'

16 February 2016 5:30 PM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Now that Deadpool is a certified phenomenon and box office blockbuster to boot, what's next for Ryan Reynolds? He's not straying too far from camp, as he reunites with the writers behind his latest superhero hit for a sci-fi drama titled Life. Rebecca Ferguson is in talks to co-star.

Life is being produced by Skydance productions, with a script from Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese, perhaps best known for Zombieland. Daniel Espinosa, the filmmaker behind Safe House, also starring Ryan Reynolds, will direct Life. Espinosa signed on back in November, and Ryan Reynolds was already in talks before Deadpool obliterated the box office.

Life is being produced by Skydance's David Ellison and Dana Goldberg. Bonnie Curtis and Julie Lynn are on as co-producers. The movie revolves around a Mars mission that discovers intelligent Alien life. Paramount Pictures is expected to distribute what is being called a 'big-scale picture'.

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- MovieWeb

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Why 'The Voices' is the Truly Original Film Starring Ryan Reynolds You Can Watch Right Now

16 February 2016 5:00 PM, PST | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

It’s true. There is a subversive, darkly comedic, and unconventionally brilliant film starring Ryan Reynolds that you can watch right now; however, said offering is not based on a comic book, it doesn’t rehash formulaic tropes, and it didn’t open on 2000+ screens this past weekend. No, “Deadpool” is not that film and it couldn’t be that film based on the financial stakes that a studio production carries. When you are trying to pave the ground for a merchandise-selling franchise with mass appeal while simultaneously seeking to satisfy the wishes of a demanding fan base, you clearly can’t fully make something that's out of the ordinary or as daring as you are supposed to and still meet all the criteria – but you can definitely make the audience believe you did.

Frankly, what “Deadpool” offers is a façade of originality built on a pseudo edgy screenplay that believes raunchy penis jokes, slightly more violent content than in usual superhero fare, and endless meta references, are marvelously clever and groundbreaking elements. That could have been, but when these are jam-packed into the most bafflingly generic story possible, which was shamelessly tailored to open on Valentine’s Day weekend, all those ideas the team behind it thought were so amusingly unique are turned into desperate attempts to drown viewers under a relentless amount of information via quick dialogue in order to hide how safe and undercooked the project actually is underneath.

It isn’t difficult to agree with the general consensus that Reynolds was the right choice to play the offbeat character, but regardless of how engaging his performances aims to be, what surrounds him is a lazily written romance, an uninteresting and simplistic origin story, a villain with no tangible reason or motivation to be devious, and a slew of purposeless supporting characters ranging from an archetypical best friend to two bland X-Men mutants.

Still, if nothing else, “Deadpool” reminds us that this actor, now finally turned action star after his fair share of monumental flops such as “Green Lantern” or “R.I.P. D.,” could be more than just another Hollywood hunk jumping around in a latex suit. Though in film he spends most of his screen time regurgitating self-referential gags and murdering henchmen and civilians galore, his devilishly charming delivery exudes satirical nuance even when the material at hand is repetitive and unwarrantedly juvenile. His psychopathic behavior and raunchy sense of humor might very well be exactly what the fans wanted and maybe even an accurate depiction of who the character is on the source material, but no one, critic or audience member, should be expected to be versed on the specifics of this property. It is, after all, the job of the screenwriters and the director to make a film that can be enjoyed even by those who have no previous knowledge of who “Deadpool” is. Sure, let's say most people found it enjoyable on the most basic level of what entertainment can be, but it’s hard to think anyone who wasn’t already invested in the character prior to watching the film learned anything about this murderous vigilante beyond the cliched and shallow idea that he wants the girl, revenge, and a pretty face. Even lesser Marvel characters show more depth.

But this doesn’t mean Reynolds has not taken on a role that demands much more of his abilities while still being a humorous affair. Back in 2014, “The Voices,” a film by Iranian-born director Marjane Satrapi, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival where it took most audience members and press by surprise. Tonally ambiguous, the film glides back and forth between gory horror and grim comedy in such a strangely memorable manner that it's sure to make many very uncomfortable. That decisive conviction to venture into genre territory unafraid to be disliked and holding nothing sacred is what “Deadpool” lacks.

Unfortunately for “The Voices,” however, that admirable attitude to be what its screenwriter and director wanted it to be without compromising anything for the sake of success, rendered it, in the eyes of its distributors, too risky and bold for them to take a chance on it. It took Lionsgate more than year to release the film, and when it finally happened Satrapi's film was given a one-week theatrical run in Los Angeles, New York, and a handful of other cities. A very quiet, lets-dump-it-and-get-rid-it-of-it kind of release for a film by an Academy Award-nominated filmmaker and starring  two bankable talent like Reynolds and Anna Kendrick . Its perfectly balanced weirdness proved to be far too outrageous for a market that likes to pretend it’s adventurous while hiding behind tentpoles.

In “The Voices” Reynolds plays Jerry, an extraordinarily sweet and proper young man who works at a warehouse. He is all smiles, but beneath his docile appearance, Jerry is hiding serious unresolved emotional issues that can potentially trigger his most dangerous side. He lives in a large space shared only with his loving dog, Bosco, and sassy cat, Mr. Whiskers. How do we know Mr. Whiskers has a cheeky demeanor? Well, that’s because Jerry and his pets literally engage in conversations about his life. When Jerry is debating how to approach the young girl he likes at work, Fiona (Gemma Arterton), Bosco, being the voice of reason, encourages him to be himself, while Mr. Whiskers insidious comments attempt to push the unstable man into commit violent acts.

Showcasing yet another facet of his talent, Reynolds also voices both Bosco and Mr. Whiskers, which are very distinct. He is in essence playing three characters at once in a film with talking severed heads and a musical credits sequence that includes Jesus Christ himself. It’s all partially absurd but entirely enthralling. What Reynolds can do when granted a role in a project that doesn’t care about being a four-quadrant film, but rather about creating something extraordinary is impressive. Without a doubt Ryan Reynolds gives the best performance of his career in “The Voices,” and does so thanks to the work of a filmmaker that is just as unconcerned with what Hollywood wants as the film itself.

Persepolis” and “Chicken with Plums” director Marjane Satrapi is a visionary who took the risk of making a film she knew was unapologetically insane as her English-language debut, and while the American box-office didn’t reflect the sheer genius of “The Voices,” she crafted an improbably layered horror comedy with much more heart and guts than anything starring an A-list actor right now. She grabbed Michael R. Perry’s screenplay and turned into something unnervingly magical, so much that a serial killer demands our sympathy and elicits our laughs scene after scene. A saturated color palette where men wear neon pink, a vibrant pop-heavy soundtrack, the sharp banter from Jerry’s four-legged friends, and some unforgettably deranged sequences, construct a film that was seen by way too few when it was first released and that deserves a place in the pantheon of underrated cult films that were too fearless for their own good.

When a film like “The Voices,” a far superior example of a filmmaker and an actor creating something that defies the norm, is denied a chance to larger exposure because of its premise and unusual tone, and another formulaic product from the endless slate of superhero films is heralded as a “game-changer, ” something is clearly wrong with the way we rate originality. Sure, their scales can’t even be compared in terms of budget and marketing campaigns, but the two films exist in the same general genre and star the same actor in roles that are supposed to be irreverent and disturbing. The problem is that one lies about what it really is and the other is just that thing the other is lying about. Marjane Satrapi has experience adapting graphic novels, her first two films where based on her published works, Fox or Marvel should get her on the phone and pitch her a superhero film. I doubt she’ll take it, but maybe she can share some pointers on what it really means to be unique.


- Carlos Aguilar

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First Look at action-thriller ‘Criminal’ starring Kevin Costner, Gary Oldman and Ryan Reynolds

13 February 2016 2:41 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

I’m starting to get the impression that Ryan Reynolds likes to get in the minds of his craft-mates…literally.

Not satisfied with ‘shedding’ Ben Kingsley in Self/Less and his delusional self in The Voices (which may help to explain his sojourn as the Green Lantern), Reynolds finds his deceased memories, secrets and skills as a CIA operative implanted into apathetically dangerous death-row inmate Jerry Stewart (Kevin Costner) in hopes that he will complete the deceased operative mission and prevent a diabolical plot.

Scripted by Double Jeopardy writers Douglas Cook and David Weisberg, the Ariel Vromen directed action-thriller with a hint of sci-fi also stars Gary Oldman and Tommy Lee Jones.

This high-concept offering from Summit Entertainment looks promising at first glance so check the clip and poster art out for yourself and let us know what you think:

Criminal opens in UK and Us cinemas on 15th April, »

- Sacha Hall

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Movie News: Woody Allen's TV Show to Star Miley Cyrus; Watch Scary 'The Witch' TV Spot

26 January 2016 1:30 PM, PST | | See recent news »

Woody Allen: Miley Cyrus will star in a new television series for Amazon, written and to be directed by Woody Allen. Cyrus and Allen will star in the series along with Elaine May, who previously appeared with Allen in Small Time Crooks (2000). The show will consist of six 30-minute episodes and is set in the 1960s; production begins in March. [Deadline]   The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir: Uma Thurman will join comedy adventure The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir. The movie, to be directed by Marjane Satrapi (The Voices), follows a storyteller who travels from New Delhi to Paris, where he falls in love with a woman and is then accidentally deported. Alexandra Daddario (above, right) is in advanced negotiations to play one of the lead roles...

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- Peter Martin

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Sam Raimi Circles ‘A Prophet,’ Greta Gerwig and Marjane Satrapi Set Casts for Directorial Efforts, and More

25 January 2016 9:37 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

It was inevitable that Hollywood would remake Jacques Audiard’s stylish gangster classic A Prophet, but at least there’s considerable talent gathering behind the scenes. It’s been reported that famed crime novelist and The Drop scribe Dennis Lehane will pen the script, while Sam Raimi has eyed the director’s chair. Raimi’s late filmography has been spotty, but his last foray into crime, A Simple Plan, fit like a glove. Audiard’s original film follows a man in prison who’s taken under the tutelage of a crime boss. [Deadline]

After co-writing credits on Noah Baumbach efforts Frances Ha and Mistress America, Greta Gerwig is finally stepping behind the camera herself. Gerwig will direct fellow “it girl” and Best Actress nominee Saoirse Ronan in Lady Bird. The film will follow a high school senior spending her last year at home in Sacramento. [Deadline]

Darius Marder isn’t a well-known name, »

- Michael Snydel

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Uma Thurman, Alexandra Daddario Join Marjane Satrapi’s ‘Extraordinary Journey’ (Exclusive)

25 January 2016 1:24 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Uma Thurman (“Kill Bill”), Barkhad Abdi (“Captain Phillips”) and Laurent Lafitte (“Little White Lies”) have joined Bollywood star Dhanush in Marjane Satrapi’s “The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir.”

Alexandra Daddario (“True Detective,” “San Andreas”) is in advanced negotiations to take one of the lead roles.

TF1 International reps the English-language project and will kick off pre-sales at Berlin’s European Film Market.

Gemma Arterton (“Hansel And Gretel”), Abel Jafri (“Timbuktu”) and Seema Biswas (“The Queen Bandit”) complete the cast.

“Extraordinary Journey” will mark the most ambitious project undertaken by Satrapi, the Iranian-born French comicbook artist and filmmaker behind Cannes’ jury prize winner “Persepolis” and “Chicken With Plums.”

Satrapi made her English-language debut with “The Voices” starring Ryan Reynolds.

Luc Bossi’s Brio Films is lead producing. Vamonos Films, Italy’s Paco Cinematografica and India’s Little Red Car are co-producing. “Extraordinary Journey” has already been picked up by SquareOne in Germany. »

- Elsa Keslassy

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Producer Adam Stone Named President of Entertainment at Phenomenon

20 January 2016 10:52 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Adam Stone has left Roy Lee’s Vertigo Entertainment to become president of entertainment at Phenomenon, a strategic marketing and branding agency that is branching out to develop television shows and films.

Stone is leaving the production company responsible for “The Lego Movie” and its impending sequels to a startup connected to Phenomenon, the marketing agency led by Krishnan Menon that has collaborated with companies like Starwood, Crate & Barrel, Vitaminwater, Coca Cola and the Los Angeles Times.

Phenomenon plans to use its marketing expertise and consumer research prowess to find appealing stories for theatrical and television release. The Los Angeles-based firm said it relies on a proprietary “digital research platform” that gives it access to millions of consumers to measure their “attitudes, wants and needs.”

The company plans to turn those into stories ready for production. Warner Bros. will get a first look at Phenomenon’s television and film offerings. »

- James Rainey

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Contracted Director Eric England Returns with Kidnapping Gone Wrong Film Get The Girl!!

8 January 2016 12:42 PM, PST | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

This is one I’ve been waiting for, even before it went into production. While hanging out a couple of years ago, my good friend (and sometimes Icons contributor) Graham Denman told me a really cool idea he had for a film. I won’t get into the details of the film, but a good while later, Graham sold his story idea and Eric England came on board to rewrite it and helm the film, now called Get The Girl.

Today, an exclusive piece on the film ran over at the always awesome EW, complete with stills from the film, as well as some new info regarding the kidnapping gone wrong film.

From the EW piece:

The film concerns a wealthy young man who stages a fake kidnapping in order to be a hero and win the affection of a girl with whom he’s madly in love. When one »

- Jerry Smith

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Tamika’s Favorites of 2015

3 January 2016 1:52 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

2015 was, without a doubt, another excellent year for the horror genre. Summing up what I thoroughly enjoyed in the past year was a daunting task, simply because there were so many rad movies, TV shows, toys, games, podcasts, and more to choose from. Here are my favorites of 2015:

The Gift: If there was ever a PSA for being kind to everyone you meet, The Gift would be it. All of the acting in this film is extremely solid, but Joel Edgerton (who also directed the film) as Gordo is the one to watch. I instantly gravitated to his character in particular, whose back story hit close to home for me. It would have been easy to go in a campy direction with a character like Gordo, but Edgerton brings a level of gravitas to this immensely sad individual. I saw the film at the cinema months ago, and »

- Tamika Jones

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