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Few filmmakers are as hotly debated as M. Night Shyamalan. To many, the story of his career goes something like this. The Academy Award-nominated writer-director won over audiences with the horror flick The Sixth Sense (1999). He kept up the successful streak with the chilling superhero story Unbreakable (2000) and heart-wrenching alien invasion tale Signs (2002). Then, things took a turn for the confusing with period thriller The Village (2004)
Before there were scores of zombies and digitally inserted Tig Notaro, there was a crime. Zack and Deborah Snyder revealed a first look at their prequel to May’s Netflix zombie flick, Army of the Dead, in a Comic-Con@Home panel on Sunday. Rather than delving deeper into the walking dead angle, this first trailer for Army of Thieves highlights what looks an awful lot like a grounded, not-at-all fantastical heist movie.
Dexter may not be called “Dexter” these days, but that doesn’t mean Showtime’s most infamous serial killer has lost his lust for blood. On Sunday at a panel for Comic-Con@Home, the television network revealed the name and release date — not to mention, a juicy first trailer — for its Dexter special event series. Titled Dexter: New Blood and debuting Nov. 7, the revival is set 10 years after the events
Just a little preview of our robot overlord-ruled dystopian future to darken your Sunday. The Tokyo Olympics are in full swing, as anyone who has the ability to set the TV channel to NBC is no doubt aware. And while the biennial showdown between world-class athletes and the nations they represent is entirely a celebration of human excellence, in 2021 at least one robot is being allowed to have a
Here’s a study supported by the objective reality that many of us experience already on YouTube. The streaming video company’s recommendation algorithm can sometimes send you on an hours-long video binge so captivating that you never notice the time passing. But according to a study from software nonprofit Mozilla Foundation, trusting the algorithm means you’re actually more likely to see videos featuring sexualized content and false claims than personalized interests.
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