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The 5 Best Movie Posters of 2020

As the year comes to a close, I take a look at five of the most stunning movie posters to have released. The movie...

Cinelinx’s Most Anticipated Films of 2021

2020 is on the way out and ahead of the holidays our team is taking a look at the films we’re looking forward to...

Reinvigorating The Theater Experience

Theaters are facing a crucible and they'll have to find a way to adapt to the changing times or risk fading. I have some...

Cinelinx’s Movie Lovers Gift Guide 2020

2020 Has been one hell of a year, but as the Holidays approach, our team is here to help you find the perfect gift...

Five Films Made Better For Ignoring Its Franchise’s Own Continuity

In an age where interconnected stories are all the rage, some of a franchise’s best entries were those who tossed continuity to the curb....

25 Years Later and Mortal Kombat Still Feels Like Essential Viewing...

Beneath the veneer of cheesy 90s action and video game callbacks, Mortal Kombat holds poignant themes that still work even 25 years later. 25...

Should Older Blockbusters Get The Remaster Treatment?

As I've gone back to enjoy more and more older films over the past few months, an idea keeps sticking in my head: Would...

Focal Point: Monstrous Litigation

After a handful of delays, the overall tone of the upcoming Godzilla vs. Kong film seems to have gone in a different direction.... You ever...

Inception’s Ending is Still Perfect 10 Years Later

Today marks ten years since the release of Christopher Nolan's Inception. To celebrate, I'm looking back at it's most important moment... There are so many...

Of Heroes and Failure: Revisiting The Empire Strikes Back’s Best Scene...

On the 40th anniversary of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, I take a dive into how it delivers on one of the most...

FIYAHCON 2021 Ignyte Awards Finalists Announced

After an incredibly successful and well received inaugural event last year, FIYAHCON returns this Fall with another virtual convention highlighting the contributions of BIPOC...

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