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Daily Archives: September 18, 2017

Stephen King is one of the biggest storytellers in the world. His name has become synonymous with horror, even if a good swath of his output works outside of horror. He is one of the best writers to have ever lived, and is one that is very specifically American in his style. His work is very much entrenched in the… Read more »

18 September 2017 | Features, Other Lists

Now in its 36th year, the 2017 edition of the Vancouver International Film Festival (September 28th – October 13th, 2017) just may be the brightest, most eclectic and engaging cinematic celebration yet. Among the five largest film festivals in North America with screenings from 70 countries, VIFF promises to have something intriguing and exciting for everyone from genre fans to… Read more »

18 September 2017 | Features, Film Lists

Throughout film history, geniuses made masterpieces that represent not only the issues of their own times but also reaching universal themes — these movies are relatable years after their initial release. This list compiles such works from around the world: Italy, Spain, Austria, France and beyond, crossing over genres from horror to comedy.   10. Porcile (1969) Pier Paolo Pasolini… Read more »

18 September 2017 | Features, Film Lists