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GIVEAWAYS: Phoenix! Free Advanced VIP Passes to see MA on 5/28 in Tempe!

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Your friends at Cult Classics and Fingerpaint Film want you to be among the first to see the new Blumhouse film, MA, starring Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer and Juliette Lewis. Check out the trailer below! We have FIVE PAIRS

GIVEAWAYS: Las Vegas! Free Advanced VIP Passes to see MA on 5/28 at Regal Red Rock!

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Your friends at Cult Classics and Fingerpaint Film want you to be among the first to see the new Blumhouse film, MA, starring Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer and Juliette Lewis. Check out the trailer below! We have FIVE PAIRS

TRAILERS: Check out the Final Trailers for each episode of Black Mirror Season 5!

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We’re really excited that Black Mirror is on its way back to our Netflix screens. As much as many loved Bandersnatch, it did seem more like a choose your own adventure game than an actual episode. Now we’ve got the

REVIEW: JOHN WICK CHAPTER 3 – PARABELLUM delivers visceral thrills and rich world-building worthy of the franchise.

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John Wick 3 continues the tradition of epic world-building and spectacular stunt-driven setpieces established in previous films in the franchise while delivering a highly serialized third entry into its pantheon. John Wick 3 picks up exactly where John Wick 2

GIVEAWAYS: Advanced VIP Tickets to see THE DEAD DON’T DIE on 6/11 at 7pm in Tempe!

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I think the whole horror/cult film community is really excited for Jim Jarmusch’s upcoming zombie dramedy THE DEAD DON’T DIE featuring a pretty prestige cast straight out of a Wes Anderson film. The film just debuted at the Cannes Film

TRAILER: Check out the trailer debut for the latest DC Animated feature BATMAN: HUSH

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When it comes down to seminal Batman stories of the past decade, it doesn’t get more iconic than Jeph Loeb and Jim Lee’s seminal Hush storyline running through the BATMAN monthly comic book where Batman faced all his most iconic

FILM REVIEW: LIFE LIKE subverts expectations and delivers human drama about the nature of one’s insecurities.

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While initially appearing to be a film in the mold of Ex Machina that teases the fine line between humanity and A.I., Life Like instead delivers a look at the void of ennui in modern life. When I first started

TRAILER: Check out the new poster and trailer for Ari Aster’s MIDSOMMAR

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It’s no secret that the crew at Cult Following are all big fans of Ari Aster. Hereditary made it onto most of our Top 10 of 2018 lists, and it was Kirby’s 1 pick of the year overall as Best

TRAILER: Check out the first trailer for Disney’s MALEFICENT: MISTRESS OF EVIL, in theaters October 18th!

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While some of Disney’s live-action adaptations of their vast library of animated features haven’t been as solid as others, we’re big fans of Angelina Jolie as the wicked Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty. The original Maleficent worked really well as a

PODCAST: View & Spew Review #1 – Love on a Leash (2011)

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On the newest podcast from the Cult Following Podcast network, check out View & Spew Review Episode #1. Spinning off from the Beards on Breen limited series, join Adam Rutkowski, Shawn McLoughlin, Joshua T. Ruth and Victor Moreno in this

FILM REVIEW: ALL THAT WE DESTROY is an interesting modern take on the Frankenstein mythos.

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Blumhouse’s film anthology series on Hulu ‘Into the Dark’ serves up a new entry that may seem similar to Happy Death Day on the surface but bears more of it’s DNA from Mary Shelley’s classic horror tale. Hulu and Blumhouse’s

FILM REVIEW: POKEMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU is this generation’s answer to Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

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With a generation weaned on the cartoons and various video and trading card games featuring Pokemon, their first live-action film appearance transcends their mythology in a noir-inspired mystery that engages non-fans and fans alike. There’s something to be said when

FILM REVIEW: Under The Silver Lake is a Lynchian neo-noir love letter to Los Angeles & the Hollywood Dream that loses it’s way.

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Ambitious & slickly made with a tour-de-force performance by Andrew Garfield, Under the Silver Lake ultimately bloats by not knowing where to stop or what to really say. There’s something to be said for having an audacious and personal second

FILM REVIEW: Avengers: Endgame provides a rich and satisfying conclusion to the Infinity Stone Saga.

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The saga of Marvel’s superheroic quest for the Infinity Stones over 20 films comes to an emotionally charged close in the Russo brothers’ highly anticipated sequel to Avengers: Infinity War. Back in 2008, that year’s most highly anticipated film was