Genres

Every Steven Spielberg Sci-Fi Movie Ranked From Worst to Best

Steven Spielberg has crafted films in almost every conceivable genre, but how do his sci-fi films rank from worst to best? From 1977 to as recent as 2018, he has consistently returned to the well of science fiction as a source of spectacle, as a playground for cinema’s latest technological …

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Image Comics’ ‘Stray Dogs’ Series Reimagines The Horror Genre In Inventive Ways » LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

Stray Dogs is a five-issue miniseries told from the perspective of Sophie, a small Papillon who arrives at a new house and is immediately greeted by an eager pack of diverse dogs. When she realizes she doesn’t remember how she got there, Sophie and her new friends work to solve …

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Four genres of tech buying organisations to influence marketing in 2021: Gartner

BENGALURU: About 70% of global buyers are exploring more ways to purchase technology this year. Vendor engagement strategies, however, continue to underdeliver when it comes to meeting buyers’ expectations, according to a survey by Gartner, Inc. “Technology providers often create go-to-market (GTM) strategies with limited insights into how an enterprise …

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Delia Fiallo, Master of the Telenovela, Is Dead at 96

In Cuba before the revolution, that form flourished thanks to the sponsorship of companies like Colgate-Palmolive, said June Carolyn Erlick, the editor of ReVista: The Harvard Review of Latin America, and the author of “Telenovelas in Pan-Latino Context,” (2018). Writers like Ms. Fiallo honed its central themes: “Love, sex, death, …

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This Home Invasion Thriller Subverted The Familiar Genre

In most home invasion movies, the intruders are the villains. But in Fede Álvarez’s subversive thriller Don’t Breathe, the homeowner is the villain. The home invasion thriller is one of the most overdone cinematic subgenres, because having one’s home broken into is a universal fear and studios can therefore appeal …

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Auteur Cinema Meets Genre-Bending Oeuvres

The largest Swiss film festival returns to standard form after its special 2020 For the Future of Films edition. The festival’s new artistic director, Giona A. Nazzaro, is heading his first lineup, ripe with genre fare and auteur cinema from veteran filmmakers, as well as up-and-coming directors. Nazzaro and his …

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‘Younger,’ ‘Bold Type’ Finales Mark End of Glam-NYC Shows — for Now

“Younger” and “The Bold Type” ending leaves no shows about glamorized NYC young professionals. This genre, born of “Sex and the City,” is alluring for being both relatable and aspirational. It may signal the end of TV’s glam-NYC era — or a new show like it may just look a …

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Netflix’s Fear Street and why slasher movies will never die

Strode was the defining “final girl” – a term coined by scholar Carol J Clover in her seminal book on slasher films Men, Women and Chainsaws, which refers to the last woman standing in a slasher, who is usually a paragon of innocence, rejects sex and drugs, and is coded …

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Brandi Carlile Songs Within Her Genre-Busting Career

Whether she’s covering classics by all-time-great artists or singing some original Brandi Carlile songs, we can’t help but fall in love with her voice. She never fails to move our hearts and give us chills. Born in the small town of Ravensdale, Washington, Brandi Carlile grew up making her own …

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The Top Five Scariest Horror Novels

You might think you have read everything known to man during quarantine, but there is one genre that might not have caught your attention. Horror stories are far more than tales that children tell around the campfire. Indeed, the genre has been established for hundreds of years. From Dracula to …

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