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<i>Reel Pulpit:</i> Best of 2017

Reel Pulpit: Best of 2017

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01/21/2018

In this episode of the Reel Pulpit, Graham Piro is joined by his new cohost, Halftime Leisure Assistant Dajour Evans, and Halftime Leisure Assistant Eman Rahman, to discuss their favorite movies from 2017, and what to expect in 2018. Image Credits: IMDb

The Reel Pulpit: What Happened to Good Parody?

The Reel Pulpit: What Happened to Good Parody?

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11/04/2016

Until this summer, I had never considered walking out of a movie theater before the film ended. I’ve always thought that no matter how bad the film is, because I paid for the ticket, I want to stay until the end to get my money’s worth. Sausage Party almost changed all of that. It wasn’t…

The Reel Pulpit: How to do Horror Right

The Reel Pulpit: How to do Horror Right

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09/27/2016

It has practically become cliché at this point to say that jump scares are ruining horror movies. A litany of recent films, from Annabelle to The Woman in Black 2 to really any other generic slasher film has become increasingly reliant on loud noises and surprises to try to scare the audience. Many of these…

The Reel Pulpit: Why Ben Affleck is the Best Batman

The Reel Pulpit: Why Ben Affleck is the Best Batman

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09/21/2016

If you had told me right after the Dark Knight Rises that I would be writing an article about Ben Affleck being the best Batman, I would have laughed you out of the room. When the casting of Affleck was announced, the reaction from the internet was less than ideal for Warner Bros. Despite Affleck’s…

The Reel Pulpit: Boldly Going for 50 Years

The Reel Pulpit: Boldly Going for 50 Years

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09/14/2016

Cinema has depicted many legendary showdowns: Batman vs. Superman, Alien vs. Predator, Freddy vs. Jason, Iron Man vs. Captain America. However, in an age when cinema-goers clamor for the next great showdown, it is easy to forget one of the oldest, most epic, most legendary matchups in film history. Well, maybe not film history. Television…

The Reel Pulpit: How Stranger Things Won The Summer

The Reel Pulpit: How Stranger Things Won The Summer

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09/06/2016

The best film of the summer was eight hours long, was not released in theaters, and only starred one notable actress. It did not contain any huge action set-pieces, or flashy CGI, but instead relied on strong writing, great characters, and an engrossing story. Netflix’s Stranger Things was easily the surprise hit of the summer,…

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