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This is the first solo exhibition in New York in a decade for acclaimed Canadian artist, writer, curator and educator Ken Lum, whose iconic 1989 photo and text work, “Melly Shum Hates Her Job (not exhibited here), rose to cult status in the Netherlands (and elsewhere) and ultimately inspired aRead More →

welcome to Mirrora monthly movie column in which I rewatch and then rewatch a movie I’ve already seen under the new (and improved?) critical lens of 2022. I’m so glad you’re here. The release of the Beatles 1 album in 2000 ushered in Beatlemania 2.0, or 3.0, or maybe 5.5Read More →

don’t worry darlingTo classify122 minutesReleased September 23 Don’t Worry Darling is a fascinating Psycho-SciFi concept, and the entire audience that attended my screening was in intense conversations as they left the theater. Some people were trying to break down the intricate plot twists. Others associated difficult situations that we haveRead More →

welcome to Mirrora monthly movie column in which I rewatch and then rewatch a movie I’ve already seen under the new (and improved?) critical lens of 2022. I’m so glad you’re here. When my kids ask me what 2012 was like (a weird question, I know, but my unconceived futureRead More →

Horror stories have plenty of unmissable monsters to shoot when assembling the new threat from their nightmares. Despite the theoretically endless options, there are a few standard features that seem to return, like, for example, a monster that only exists in the reflection of a mirror. Jump scares are consideredRead More →

FILM CRITICISMWIFE. KINGRated PG-13135 minutes The Woman King is a drama and superb action film based on the story of the Agojie, a highly trained battalion of women warriors, who protected the West African kingdom of Dahomey. This country existed from approximately 1600 to 1904, although the story does notRead More →

Netflix’s new 9-episode series The girl in the mirror is another Spanish-language prestige drama from the streamer that should appeal to anyone who enjoys a no-frills supernatural puzzler. Basic Plot: Alma wakes up in a hospital, having lost her memory following a bus accident. She was traveling on the busRead More →

Name: Cassidy Miksitch School: Tyrone Age: 17 years old Level: Senior Sports: Golf Athlete of the Week Achievement: Miksich scored 79 medals while competing with the boys in the Mountain League season opener, helping Tyrone beat all of his league opponents. She also shot an 87 at theRead More →

There are shows that spend their first few episodes feeling bad. We don’t usually see that with genre shows like supernatural thrillers, because there’s a definitive story that needs to be told. But a new Netflix series from Spain challenges that notion, and not in a good way. Opening shot:Read More →

The beautiful faces of dystopia. Photo-Illustration: Vulture; Photos by Samir Hussein/WireImage and Anna Webber/Getty Images for Netflix Come in, girls, we’re going to visit some technological hellscapes. Not to mention actual cryptographic conventions or Dall-E AI images. There’s a new season of the Netflix anthology series black mirror, a showRead More →

| August 16, 2022 | By: TrekMovie.com team 2 comments so far This week, IDW wraps up issue eight Star Trek: War of the Mirrors mini-series. David and Scott Tipton continued their exploration with this fourth miniseries set in the TNG-era Mirror Universe, aided by Gavin Smith providing artworkRead More →

Local film premiere next week. Each of its 75 minutes – is exclusively a local product, made in peace. On June 23, 1981, my father took me to Superman II. Of course, I don’t remember the movie at the time – I was 3.5. However, the experience left an indelibleRead More →

The sixth season of the science fiction series black mirror is in progress, as confirmed Variety and Hollywood journalist. Although a release date for the production is still unknown, the casting is public. They are German-American actress Zazie Beetz, Britons Paapa Essiedu, Josh Hartnett, Aaron Paul, Kate Mara, Danes ClaraRead More →

Click to enlarge Photo: courtesy of the Cincinnati Museum of Art Buddhist bronze mirror, 15th-16th century, China or Japan, bronze, source unknown A rare Chinese artifact was discovered in the Cincinnati Art Museum’s Ancient Art Collection in the spring of 2021. Click to enlarge Photo: courtesy of the Cincinnati MuseumRead More →

While Ragnarok was a homage to many high-end 1980s films, Love & Thunder seems more focused on 80s B-movie homages. While Oscar-winning writer/director Taika Waititi Thor: Ragnarok was both a reboot for a slower franchise and a game-changing movie with a “home from home” storyline (once the characters are onRead More →

Courtesy Photo / Civil War re-enactor Doug Decker meticulously researched Dr. John Hill Brinton to portray him accurately. What sets Decker apart are his “bleeding” medical mannequins. The roots of today’s orthopedic practices and other pioneering medical techniques can be found in the Civil War fieldRead More →

Actor Sharvari Wagh is a pioneer of the rising new generation in Bollywood. Since his debut on the big screen in Bunty Aur Babli 2, the actress has experimented with everything from monochromatic ensembles to traditional embroidered suits to flirty short dresses. His followers’ breath is still taken in byRead More →

It’s been almost three years since the sci-fi anthology, black mirror, blessed fans with more exciting stories and reports hit the internet with announcements of a sixth season in development at Netflix. The dystopian series has claimed a plethora of thrilling stories and memorable characters. As the series became moreRead More →

“Spiderhead,” the most-watched movie on Netflix last weekend, made me feel more “meh” than anything. Based on the darkly humorous sci-fi short story “Escape From Spiderhead,” by George Saunders (published in The New Yorker in 2010), “Spiderhead” is a much more mainstream psychological thriller than its darker, more poetic .Read More →

Joseph Kosinski has already achieved the hit of the summer with “Top Gun: Maverick”. His new sci-fi thriller, “Spiderhead,” which drops on Netflix Friday, is a thematic but all-too-familiar addition to the genre of “Black Mirror” and “Ex Machina.” OMCP’s Jason Fraley reviews “Spiderhead” Joseph Kosinski has already achieved theRead More →

Researchers behind a documentary series about the legendary Bigfoot believe they have thermal camera footage of the mysterious ape-man watching them warily Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8to cancel play now Tree peeking ‘Bigfoot’ photographed by a thermal camera A team of documentary filmmakers claim toRead More →

FILM CRITICISMTOP GUN: MAVERICKRated PG-13137 minutesRelease May 27e I like movies where the cast actually lives the story in order to bring it to the screen. Top Gun: Maverick is one such film, a beautifully made and thrilling action film where human strength, courage, skill and agility are tested. ItRead More →

NEW! Visitor ratings! Tap a star to indicate your rating for this movie! mirror world is a 2022 Chinese horror film about a group of young women who play the “mirror game” for a live internet stream where a person’s deepest and darkest psychological fears come to life. Unfortunately, ShanshanRead More →

UVALDE, Texas (AP) — Frustrated bystanders urged police to charge into the Texas elementary school where a gunman’s rampage killed 19 children and two teachers, witnesses said Wednesday, as investigators worked to follow the massacre that lasted UVALDE, Texas (AP) — Frustrated bystanders urged police to charge into the TexasRead More →

Our journalist Dimapur, May 25 (EMN): Andrea Kevichusa, who made her mark on Indian cinema with her debut film ‘Anek’, graced the cover of Filmfare magazine’s May 2022 issue with co-star Ayushmann Khurrana. Kevichusa is the first artist from Nagaland, and possibly the Northeast, to feature on the cover ofRead More →

It is undeniable that we live in the golden age of television. The transition to streaming and its widespread distribution has brought a slew of high-quality series, seeing many big-name actors and directors turn to a medium previously considered second-tier. While the influx of quality television mostly consists of serializedRead More →