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REVIEW: ‘The Foreigner’ Shows That Jackie Chan Still Has It

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Foreigner, staring Jackie Chan, was released in the United States in October of 2017. Learn why one of the most underrated movies of the year.

More than the Male Gaze: In Defense of the First Lara Croft

Reading Time: 5 minutes Lara Croft has always been more than an object. Although she has been sexualized she has never in need of a man to complete her story.

Fairy Tales from Marginalization: The Importance of Guillermo del Toro’s Genre Films

Reading Time: 12 minutes Guillermo del Toro tells stories about monsters, but specifically tells fairy tales from marginalization, using empathy as the vehicle.

M’Baku, Leader of the Jabari: Changing the Men of Marvel

Reading Time: 4 minutes Strength doesn’t only come in one body-type, contrary to what our screens and pages would have us believe, and M’Baku shows us that.

What to Watch During Women in Horror Month

Reading Time: 8 minutes Women in Horror month is here and it’s time to highlight women in the genre both in front of and behind the camera. Kate gives her picks.

Men in the MCU: Bare Chests and Character Development

Reading Time: 5 minutes The MCU uses the audience’s thirst for its men without fail and that’s a good thing, something heroes have long showcased.

Robert Rodriguez and Mexican Representation in Film

Reading Time: 7 minutes For Robert Rodriguez, representation and the creation of new talent was the goal, and empowering other Latinx creators is still the goal.

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