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Nihonjinron: J-Horror

[Flixist community member dj-anon just keeps churning out these sweet essays about Japanese cinema and culture, if you haven't taken a glance at his look at the Japanese Horror genre, you should!] Part 9: The Art of Fear The scary movie cr...

 
 
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Humanimals: Paulie

[It's time once again for our monthly Nick Valdez blog promotion! Just kidding, you're awesome Nick. But seriously guys, if you want to be on Flixist's front page, it's pretty easy! All you've got to do is write a blog about whatever our mo...

 
 
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This is the Place: High School

[Woo Nick Valdez! Nick writes a blog about high school and Jon Stewart's tongue. Don't forget that you can see your blogs on the front page if you participate in our monthly theme and write something stellar. - Kauza] Some film settings lin...

 
 
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The Best Around: Summer 2011

[Here's a fantastic look back at the year that was by Nick Valdez. Specifically, he answers the question, "How good were the summer blockbusters?" Take a look at this month's topic for your opportunity to be on the front page. - Kauza] If I...

 
 
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A true classic: The history of things

[Next up we have a blog from leokef, who shares his thoughts on The Thing as a franchise. Note: this was written before the release of the recent prequel, so apologies if the late promotion makes the author's intended meaning outdated. Read...

 
 
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A true classic: Superman Returns

[Oh look, it's manasteel88 again with a sexy blog from the September blog topic about classic movies, and he's got a great philosophy on classic films, which he uses to explore Superman Returns. Read and comment! Read this month's topic and...

 
 
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A true classic: Leung Jan is the king!

[Here's a really interesting post courtesy of KingSigy about a film he considers to be a classic of the Kung Fu genre. What's your favorite Kung Fu movie? Also, read this month's topic and submit your blog!] Kung Fu is a film style complete...

 
 
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Justice League"Super, man?"

 

Inhumans (Season 1)"How did this happen?"

 

Murder on the Orient Express"Starring Kenneth Branagh, directed by Kenneth Branagh, produced by..."

 

Stranger Things 2 "Less of a killer thriller"

 

Thor: Ragnarok"♫ On we sweep with threshing oar / Our only goal will be the western shore / Ah-ah, ah! ♫"

 

Last Flag Flying"Richard Linklater standing at attention, but not at ease or at rest"

 

A Bad Moms Christmas"Moms are trouble"

 

Lady Bird"Fly, birdy, fly"

 

Blade of the Immortal"If you came here for Wesley Snipes, look elsewhere"

 

Suburbicon"Suburbicant get it right"

 

Jigsaw"Gettin' jiggy wit it"

 

The Square"The square is the ideal, the world is rectangles and trapezoids"

 

The Snowman"When you try your best but you don't succeed"

 

Wonderstruck"When the might of artifice meets the disappointing limitations of realism"

 

The Foreigner"Jackie Chan has a certain set of skills, too"

 

The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)"Damaged people, decent people, dysfunctional families"

 

The Mountain Between Us"Why didn't they eat the dog?"

 

My Little Pony: The Movie"Straight to the glue factory"

 

Blade Runner 2049"Does Hollywood dream of electric reboots?"

 

Cult of Chucky"Don't cults require followers?"

 

NYFF Zama"Strange and without category, Lucrecia Martel's return to filmmaking is the best and most idiosyncratic movie of 2017"

 

Jeepers Creepers 3"Where does he get those wonderful toys?"

 

Battle of the Sexes"A back and forth volley never settling on a tone"

 

NYFF Thelma"Everything you need and more"