Film, Film & TV, Review

Dispatch: Sundance Film Festival Allows Filmmakers Space to Take Big Swings, For Better or Worse

As our coverage of the 2024 Sundance Film Festival continues, our critics encountered a few of the event’s less remarkable, or at least less memorable, offerings. Krazy House They can’t […]

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Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Jennifer Reeder Channels Female-Centric Mystery, Identity and (Lots of) Blood in Perpetrator

In Jennifer Reeder’s latest, Perpetrator, both women and blood feature quite prominently. It’s a stark pairing, and it plays as a reclamation of sorts. Even if the filmmaker is never […]

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Beyond, Event

C2E2 2019 Sunday Panel Catchup

We’ve finally reached the end of the biggest pop culture, comic and entertainment event within city limits, and this year it was bigger than ever, with Saturday selling out entirely […]

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Beyond, Event, Event, Games & Tech, Previews

Preview: C2E2 2019 Starts Friday, and it’s Time to Choose Your Own Adventure!

The great thing about being a nerd is that there are many things you can be a nerd about. Maybe you love comics, knitting or Dungeons & Dragons. Or maybe […]

Marielle Bokor /
Beyond, Event, Uncategorized

Preview: C2E2 Announcements Heat Up with David Tennant Joining Matt Smith at This Year’s Con

While we’re still a few months out from the beginning of Chicago’s con season, that doesn’t mean we’ve been lax about keeping up with what’s to come. C2E2 is only […]

Marielle Bokor /
Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Iconic Talents Totally Wasted in Shameful Book Club

I loathed this movie—every scene, every joke, every performance, every idea. And the shame of it is, I could envision a film in which the template of a book club […]

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