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Best of the Month: October 2017

October had a ton of great new albums and music videos from the likes of Big K.R.I.T., St. Vincent, Thundercat, and King Krule; and it also featured some interesting trailers for My Friend Dahmer, The New Mutants, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi. We've highlighted some of the best drops over the month and now we're ready to crown the best album, movie trailer, and music video. ...

Are horror movies getting more sophisticated?

Over the years the horror genre and its movies have continued to get smarter as audiences have stopped playing into established tropes. In the past few years the genre has really seemed to have reached a new level, in which they can really make comments on society, humanity, and more through its framework. What used to be a throwaway genre is now molding into something sophisticated and truly special....
Who's the best of the month: October 2017

Who’s the best of the month: October 2017 (VOTING)

Another month down, another month's worth of content to vote on. We rounded up what we think represented the best of the month, so cast your votes and we'll announce the top picks after we take everything into consideration. If you don't see what you think was the best, then write it in. You can also go back and check out some of our reactions to the various nominees....
Come on now, Netflix's Death Note wasn't that bad | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

Come on now, Netflix’s Death Note wasn’t that bad

Sometimes an adaption can actually work if we don't get too serious. We don't need to over-think the series or the hundreds of episodes that came before it. By cutting out large chunks of the backstory and mythology, Death Note's not entirely beholden to the original work. This gives us a fresh representation of a first-encounter creature feature, and the film's strength lies in building on the source material without going overly in depth. Instead it relies on grounding the film on its core concepts and simplifying the plot just enough to engage....
Monsters and "Monsters" in films of Guillermo del Toro | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

Monsters and “Monsters” in films of Guillermo del Toro

Movies such as The Shape of Water and Pan's Labyrinth are works of a visionary master, one who can take fairy tales and horror movies of our youth and turn them into memorable works of art. Del Toro keeps returning to seemingly silly movie creatures to bring us the deeply humane message about the evil, wonder, and sainthood hiding inside us all. For that alone, his work should be cherished and studied....
Why do people love Pennywise? | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

Why do people love Pennywise?

Yes, Pennywise is scary as hell, but the clown itself serves a purpose for the story and taps directly into our shared emotions and inner children, all while being an absolute spectacle to behold. And because of that, we love him....

Best of the Month: September 2017

September had a ton of great new albums and music videos from the likes of Beck, Sam Smith, Queens of the Stone Age, and Rapsody; and it also featured some interesting trailers for Mudbound, Isle of Dogs, and The Punisher. We've highlighted some of the best drops over the month and now we're ready to crown the best album, movie trailer, and music video. ...
O.T. Fagbenle

O.T. Fagbenle fills the demand for outstanding actors

Today's productions demand actors that can move people. O.T. Fagbenle is one of those rising stars that is answering that call. The British-Nigerian actor has added many accomplishments to his name. The latest production to feature his talents is The Handmaiden's Tale, an adaption of Margaret Atwood's 1985 novel and the way O.T. Fagbenle manages to connect with his audience convinces me that there is much more he has to offer....
Why filmmakers should listen to more music | Damien Chazelle | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

Why filmmakers should listen to more music

Damien Chazelle's massive success as a director and storyteller are not only due to his innate talent for film making but also his appreciation and understanding of musicality; in particular with jazz. Filmmakers should listen to more music to give a musicality to the rhythm of their films and dynamic pulses of emotion....
Best of the Month: August 2017

Best of the Month: August 2017

August had a ton of great new albums and music videos from the likes of Arcade Fire, Grizzly Bear, Logic and The Killers; and it also featured some interesting trailers for mother!, You Were Never Really Here, and Loving Vincent. We've highlighted some of the best drops over the month and now we're ready to crown the best album, movie trailer, and music video. ...
Trailer Roundup 8/21/17

Trailer Roundup 8/21-9/3

Check out some of this week's most talked about and interesting film trailers like Super Troopers 2, Last Flag Flying, Blade of the Immortal,  Killing Gunther, Romeo is Bleeding, and more....
Who's the best?: August 2017

Who’s the best of the month: August 2017 (VOTING)

Another month down, another month's worth of content to vote on. We rounded up what we think represented the best of the month, so cast your votes and we'll announce the top picks after we take everything into consideration. If you don't see what you think was the best, then write it in. You can also go back and check out some of our reactions to the various nominees....
Best of the Month: July 2017

Best of the Month: July 2017

July had a ton of great new albums and music videos from the likes of Meek Mill, JAY-Z, Kendrick Lamar and Lana Del Rey; and it also featured some interesting trailers for Borg vs. McEnroe, The Disaster Artist, and The Shape of Water. We've highlighted some of the best drops over the month and now we're ready to crown the best album, movie trailer, and music video. ...

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