Articles by: Christian Long

‘The Commuter’ Is A Claustrophobic Thrill Ride (FILM REVIEW)

Simple concepts can sometimes turn out fantastic results.

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The Film And TV Moments That Defined 2017

The moments on the big and small screen that shaped this year's entertainment

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‘The Art Of Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Enriches The Movie-Going Experience

With nearly two weeks of its theatrical run under its belt, debates over the merit of Star Wars: The Last Jedi don’t show any signs of letting up (you can read our review here). But ...

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‘All The Money In The World’ And The Hollowness Of Prestige Filmmaking (FILM REVIEW)

Great performances still leave something lacking in Ridley Scott's latest film.

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‘The Walking Dead’ Rehashes Its Most Reliable Clichés, Because That’s ‘How It’s Gotta Be’

The mid-season finale of 'The Walking Dead' brings chaos, destruction, and an anti-climactic resolution.

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‘I, Tonya’ And The Risk Of Subjective Film Biographies (FILM REVIEW)

Strong performances save this biopic from itself.

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‘The Shape Of Water’ Is A Majestic Cinematic Dreamscape (FILM REVIEW)

Guillermo del Toro outdoes himself again.

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‘Time For After’ Gives Us Everything ‘The Walking Dead’ Is Capable Of, For Better And For Worse

With the penultimate episode of The Walking Dead's fall season, AMC's zombie series is the same as it ever was.

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‘Logan Lucky’ Races Home (BLU-RAY REVIEW)

Steven Soderbergh's latest heist film his now available to own.

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Rick Gets His Name In The Title Of This Week’s ‘The Walking Dead’ By Doing Something Incredibly Dumb

At this point, there's less walking than there is aimless meandering.

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