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Sean McClannahan

Sean McClannahan is a freelance film journalist and is the founder of Movie Time And Beyond. His passion for movies and pop culture knows no limits.

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The main thing I took away from the Evil Dead remake helmed by Fede Alvarez was witnessing the work of a filmmaker with an abundance of technical prowess and visual style, but nothing would prepare

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After the poor critical and box office reception of Psycho III, Universal found themselves in a tight predicament. Opting not to follow up with screenwriter Charles Edward Pogue ‘s follow-up pitch that would have seen

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A sharp example of dreadful atmosphere with minimal production design, Brad Anderson‘s Session 9 is an acute psychological horror film that takes advantage of it’s bare narrative formula and successfully for the most part relies

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Like a failed monster experiment running around in nihilistic rage, confused about it’s own identity and rapidly falling apart at the seams, Suicide Squad is a sight to behold. David Ayer’s monstrous creation seems to

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If Paul Feig has proven anything in his previous work, it’s that he knows how to build characters and he understands comedy. Working strongly in Feig’s Ghostbusters are the appealing characters and the powerful chemistry

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Lpickell@wcgworld.comAfter X-Men: Days of Future Past turned out much better than I expected, imagine my disheartened surprise to learn that director Bryan Singer happened to land a hail mary pass, because X-Men: Apocalypse shows me

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It’s been another great year for movie releases this past year and though it pains me to say that I didn’t have the opportunity to review some titles that could have made this list such

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If any living filmmaker has provided a good enough reason time after time to get out of the house and get down to a movie local theater, it would be Quentin Tarantino. For a man

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BB-8 Star Wars: The Force Awakens
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Exactly how I would describe Star Wars: The Force Awakens is that I immediately felt something familiar and exciting just after the opening scrawl of text prepared me for an brand new galactic adventure set 30 years after the

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Saoirse Ronan wears her heart on her sleeve as young hopeful Irish immigrant Eilis Lacey in Brooklyn, an adaptation of the Colm Toibin novel by screenwriter Nick Hornby and directed by John Crowley. Ronan’s charm

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It’s becoming more and more rare these days that movies don’t pander or insult my intelligence. Then Spotlight comes along like a blessing and completely restores my faith in modern cinema. Bouncing back from that awful Adam

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There are many good things one could mention about Black Mass: the stellar direction by Scott Cooper, the chilling performance by Johnny Depp supported by a phenomenal supporting cast — Joel Edgerton, Benedict Cumberbatch, Kevin Bacon, Corey

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The late Wes Craven wasn’t pleased with how New Line Cinema originally treated him on the A Nightmare On Elm St. deal, and it was due to Craven’s frustration that in 1989 he created one

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It’s no easy task to overcome the trappings of the familiar biopic formula that’s caused the genre to fall victim to it’s own predictability. The best example of avoiding such tired clichés would be the

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