The Reboot Fallacy: Why Every Film is a Remake

We forget, within a modern societal structure, that the propagation of culture is often achieved through re-enactment or retelling. When oral tradition was the dominant social form, prior to the written word, the most famous, most important and the most socially relevant stories or mythologies were the ones being retold at festivals, around campfires and as bedtime stories. Continue reading

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Movie Review: Carrie – Iconic or Clichéd?

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Genre: Horror, Drama

Director: Kimberly Peirce

Running Time: 100 Minutes

“Knowing what’s right doesn’t mean much unless you do what’s right.”

― Theodore Roosevelt

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