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“Orphan: First Kill” is a campy delight

“Orphan: First Kill” is a campy delight

The (not so) long-awaited prequel to the 2009 movie “Orphan” had no right being this fun
Om Dighe, Arts and Entertainment Reporter September 15, 2022

“Orphan: First Kill” is a slasher from director William Brent Bell which serves as a prequel to the 2009 film, “Orphan.” Unfortunately, I will have to spoil the first film before really talking...

Jordan Peele’s new “Nope” is a resounding yup for us

Jordan Peele’s new “Nope” is a resounding yup for us

Why his third project, a new science-fiction horror film, is his best directorial outing to date
Om Dighe, Arts and Entertainment Reporter September 8, 2022

“Nope” is a neo-Western, science fiction horror film from writer-director Jordan Peele. The film stars Daniel Kaluuya (“Judas and the Black Messiah”), Keke Palmer (“Turnt Up with the Taylors”),...

The true horror of “Men”

The true horror of “Men”

Does Alex Garland’s latest feature actually say anything of merit?
Om Dighe, Arts and Entertainment Reporter September 1, 2022

“Men” is a 2022 folk horror film from director Alex Garland (“Ex Machina,” “Annihilation”) that explores the horrors of toxic masculinity and abuse. The film follows a woman named Harper (played...

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” lives up to its title

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” lives up to its title

A masterpiece about nihilism, generational trauma and … googly-eyes?
Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist April 28, 2022

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” is a science-fiction action-comedy from Daniels, a filmmaking collective consisting of Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert. The film stars Michelle Yeoh (“Crouching...

Dont enter The Bubble

Don’t enter “The Bubble”

Judd Apatow's latest comedy lacks any actual comedy
Om Dighe, Arts Columnist April 21, 2022

“The Bubble” is the latest film from Judd Apatow, who previously wrote and directed “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” “Knocked Up” and “Funny People.” The Netflix movie follows the cast and crew...

“X” is an VII out of X

“X” is an VII out of X

Ti West’s newest slasher kills
Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist April 14, 2022

“X” is a slasher film from director Ti West, and it stars Mia Goth, Jenna Ortega, Martin Henderson, Brittany Snow and Scott Mescudi. The film takes place in Texas in the late ‘70s, and it follows...

From vampires to bats: “The Batman” review

From vampires to bats: “The Batman” review

Pattinson’s performance as the caped crusader sparkles on the silver screen
Om Dighe, Arts Columnist March 24, 2022

After years of anticipation, “The Batman” is finally here. The film follows the titular Caped Crusader (Robert Pattinson, “The Lighthouse”) who, after two years of fighting crime in Gotham City,...

Texas Chainsaw Massacre let down its predecessor

“Texas Chainsaw Massacre” let down its predecessor

Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist March 18, 2022

Directed by David Blue Garcia and written by Chris Thomas Devlin, Rodo Sayagues and Fede Alvarez, “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” is a sequel to Tobe Hooper’s 1974 classic “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.”...

Don’t watch “Don’t Breathe 2”

Don’t watch “Don’t Breathe 2”

Trigger warning: Mentions of sexual assault, forced pregnancy
Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist March 3, 2022

“Don’t Breathe 2” is a 2021 horror film directed by Rodo Sayagues and written by Sayagues and Fede Alvarez. The film once again stars Stephen Lang as the Blind Man, and it follows him as he ventures...

Opinion: “Don’t Look Up” doesn’t deserve an Oscar

Opinion: “Don’t Look Up” doesn’t deserve an Oscar

Om Dighe, Arts and Entertainment Reporter February 24, 2022

On February 8, the nominees for the 94th Academy Awards were announced, and, as usual, I have mixed feelings. There were great films that didn’t receive any nominations due to their lack of exposure,...

Scream review

Scream review

Om Dighe, Arts and Entertainment reporter February 10, 2022

“Scream” is the fifth film in the slasher series of the same name. Confusingly, it is a sequel to “Scream 4” and is not a reboot of the franchise or a remake of the 1996 film. The film follows...

Titane: Creatively macabre, darkly funny and surprisingly moving

Titane: “Creatively macabre, darkly funny and surprisingly moving”

Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist November 18, 2021

"Titane" is the latest body horror film from French director Julia Ducournau. It premiered at this year's Cannes Film Festival and won the Palme d'Or, the most prestigious award of the festival (previous...

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