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I, Frankenstein Review

DEMONS, AND GARGOYLES, AND FRANKENSTEIN’S MONSTER…. OH, MY!!!   It’s alive! It’s Alive” such are the iconic words that everyone automatically thinks of when talking about Frankenstein. Originally published in 1818 and created by Mary Shelley, this fictional tale of a strange scientist named Victor Frankenstein, who creates (through his scientific experiments) a horrifying monster has become a well-known literary

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Divergent Review

A GOOD, BUT FAMILIAR START   Vampires, werewolves, and demon hunters, are now on the outskirts of what’s consider “In” right now with most teens. Paranormal romances of these dark, nocturnal creatures are beginning to fade and are being replaced with tales of dystopian realties. Stories of bleak futuristic settings, indoctrinated caste systems, oppressive governments, and rebellious uprising are the

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Terminator: Genisys Review

THE CURIOUS PARADOX OF GENISYS Back in 1984, before today’s age of dystopian futures and its fixation in mainstream pop culture, director James Cameron premiered his sci-fi adventure film Terminator. As a film, Terminator was hit and vacuumed movie cult popularity for many years along with character lines and imagery that have since become iconic by many. From there, a

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The Divergent Series: Insurgent Review

  THE UNBALANCED DIVERGE OF INSURGENT Following the success to the theatrical adaptation of The Hunger Games, Summit Entertainment released Divergent, the first installment of a planned series and based off of the first book in the popular books by Veronica Roth. Similar in tone with The Hunger Games (both on page and on-screen), Divergent followed the story of Beatrice

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Unbroken Review

UNBOWED, UNBENT, UNBROKEN Through the years of moviemaking, Hollywood has produced a good number of dramatized wartime features with a hefty portion focusing on the trials and tribulations in the World War II era. These films, albeit dramatized to certain degree, carry a certain prestige and alluring appeal in their nature whether through history, diversity, hardships, combat fighting, or warring

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