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Jacob Zembower

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Film junkie. Amateur writer. Fairly gay.

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Now this is how you do a reboot to a horror franchise. I’m shocked by how great it is. But with Nick Antosca as an executive producer (who also did one of my favorites Channel Zero), but this Chucky, with only 3 episodes so far, is better than the entire franchise. Actually making Chucky genuinely creepy/scary, and gorgeously shot, love the cast and the lgbt inclusion that doesn’t stereotype. So far. So great.

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Chucky

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Revisiting season 1 as I eagerly await the latest episode of season 2. Evil remains one of the best and sadly overlooked horror shows on television right now. I’m so stoked it’s been renewed for season 3. If you have yet to watch it and love shows in the league of classsic AHS and The X-Files, you are totally missing out. It’s also genuinely terrifying at times , hilarious at others , and addicting at hell. Evil is devilishly entertaining. Don’t miss out.

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Evil

Shows | Drama

A spectacular debut film made with small means. With gorgeous camera work, crackling performances, and a warm and clever screen play, The Vast of Night is a small film big on rich ideas and a thrillingly unique vision. Like a great episode of The Twilight Zone that still manages to capture its own identity. 4 out of 5

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The Vast of Night

Movies | Fantasy

A biopic in the midst of a nervous breakdown, Shirley is like Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolff? as directed by Darren Aronofsky. Moss turns in yet ANOTHER fantastic performance in a long line of fantastic performances. While the rules of what a biopic should be are largely destroyed and reworked into something entirely different and new. You may not know what to make of Shirley, but you wont soon forget it. 4 out of 5

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Shirley

Movies | Drama

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