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You’ll Float Too: “It” Review

"Cinema Reel" logo. Cinema Reel is the title for Jonathon Potochnic's review column.

By Jonathon Potochnic

Stephen King is a household name thanks to his beautifully strange, detailed and terrifying writing. His writing is so impactful and visually resonant that it was only a matter of time before his books were going to Read the rest

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The Flattout Truth on Directors’ Spontaneous Genre Jumps

By Cameron R. Flatt

Directors' spontaneous genre jumps

Consistency is what most careers are built upon, and film directing is no exception. Even if a director can’t deliver constant quality, most fans will be happy with continuity in style or genre. Disney has built … Read the rest

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