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Sword Art Online Progressive is Already a Huge Hit With Fans

Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Aria of a Starless Night has finally made its theatrical premiere in North America, and is already a huge hit with fans. Following the end of the massive third season of the series bringing the long running Alicization arc to an end, fans had been wondering where the anime could go next. It was then confirmed that the franchise would be going forward by actually going backward and adapting the official side-story written by series creator Reki Kawahara giving a more detailed account of the events from the Aincrard arc at the beginning of the series.
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New Texas Chainsaw Massacre Trailer Looks…Sick! (VIDEO)

Even with the success of the film series, fans are still clamoring for a modern sequel to the original film (1974) which was the most successful of them all. Now, thanks to Netflix we get just that. Check out the trailer:
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Welcome to the Blumhouse Film Series Offers Creepy and Fresh Fun

Blumhouse may have made its mark in the movie business by offering easy-to-digest horror films to the multiplex masses (remember them?), but a recent collection of made-for-streaming films demonstrates a new interest in much broader subject matter. Don’t worry—or don’t get too excited—because these films still follow the Blumhouse recipe for mass appeal.
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Second sustainable film community screening this Tuesday

Whether it’s here in the Colorado high country surrounded by bristlecone pines or Juneau, Alaska, among the coastal Red Cedar, we are all collectively fighting a battle against short-sided greed to keep our trees standing. In “UNDERSTORY — A Journey Into the Tongass,” we are brought along on a journey...
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The Dayton Holiday Festival Family Film Series returns to

The Neon this Saturday. Tickets are FREE for children 12 and under and only $2 for anyone over 12. These tickets will become available at 10:15am on the day of each screening, and they are limited to one ticket per person (aka: everyone must be present in order to pick up tickets -they can’t hold or disperse tickets for people who are not at the theater).
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Kate Beckinsale's Most Famous Movie Series Leaving Netflix in December

Kate Beckinsale may have dozens of credits to her name, but it is her role in one dark fantasy action film franchise that she is arguably most famous for. Underworld, the Len Wiseman, Kevin Grevioux, and Danny McBride-created film series, helped launch Beckinsale to A-list status, and unfortunately for fans of the actress, streaming the films is about to get a little more difficult, as three titles in the Underworld film series are set to leave Netflix.
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January Giallo Film Series Heads to More Cities for 2022

If you’re a regular reader of Nerdist and recognize my byline at all, you’ve likely seen me write quite frequently about giallo films, the Italian mystery-thriller-horror movement that ran from roughly 1963 to 1990-ish, but had its absolute heyday in the early ’70s. I love these movies, with their penchant for beautiful people, jet-setting locales, cool as hell music, and often gnarly gore sequences. And I’m not alone. The giallo has maintained a healthy cult fandom in the intervening years, but it has exploded in the last decade. This is thanks in no small part to new restorations and repertory screenings by groups such as Cinematic Void’s January Giallo series.
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Latest Saw film coming to theaters in 2021

The Saw film series has been one that always gave horror fans new gory games to look forward to with every release. With the new entry, titled Spiral and produced by comedian Chris Rock, there looks to be new blood spilled like spinner art in 2021. Back in February, Lionsgate released a teaser trailer for the latest installment of the Saw series, giving fans a preview of what they can expect when the film comes to theaters.

Jesse Stone (2004) & Jesse Stone: Lost In Paradise (2015): What Is It About and Is It Worth Watching?

Jesse Stone is among one of the most famous and blockbuster movie series of the decade. It is a collection of nine thrilling and action-packed movies based on a crime novel. Columbia Broadcasting System produced the first eight series films, which aired from 2005 to 2012. Then, Hallmark Television took up the ninth film, which aired on October 18, in the year 2015. The tenth movie of the series is currently under consideration.

ArtsQuest’s LGBTQ+ film series returns with ‘Buddies’

It is a film that captures the essence of the HIV and AIDS experience. “Buddies” will be the third installment of ArtsQuest’s Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas’ LGBTQ+ Film Series. The groundbreaking 1985 film will be shown at 6 p.m. on Sun., Dec 5. The film, written and directed by Arthur J. Bressan Jr., was the first feature-length drama about AIDS. Staring Geoff Edholm and David Schachter, the ...
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Art Film Series – The Legend of Bagger Vance

Join us for a screening of The Legend of Bagger Vance, starring Matt Damon and Will Smith. During the peak of the Great Depression, a struggling golf course announces a high-stakes tournament amongst the greatest golfers in the country. With the help of the mystical Bagger Vance, will Rannulph Junuh have what it takes to restore his once powerful game?
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Art Film Series – The Agony and the Ecstasy

Join us for a screening of The Agony and the Ecstasy. At the height of the Italian Renaissance, Pope Julius II commissions the famous Michelangelo to paint a mural on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Tensions run high when Pope Julius and the renowned artist clash on artistic views. Will the success of the project be threatened beyond repair?
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HBO Reportedly Spent $42M Filming One Ep Of That GoT Spinoff And Then Cancelled The Show Anyway

That Game of Thrones prequel that got shitcanned before HBO landed on House of Dragons reportedly cost the network a whopping USD$30 million (AUD$42 million). The series, which was rumoured to be called The Long Night and starred Aussie Naomi Watts, only produced one ep before HBO pulled the plug, according to former WarnerMedia chairman Bob Greenblatt.
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HO HO HO… The Horrible Imaginings Film Festival Presents Their Final Holiday Horror Nightmare of 2021 with the Acclaimed Horror Short Film Series “Campfire Tales!”

Whether you are naughty or nice, the celebrated Horrible Imaginings Film Festival closes out a frightfully successful year with. their final gift to you. More than just an assembly of horror short films from around the world, the Campfire Tales series has become a snapshot of the diverse and infamous shorts that are submitted to the southern California based horror film festival.
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Wesleyan to screen ‘Contagion,’ hold discussion as part of environmental film series

MIDDLETOWN — “The Elements: An Annual Environmental Film Series” will begin with a special Saturday afternoon screening and panel discussion at Wesleyan University. “Contagion” will be the featured film, followed by a panel discussion highlighting the connection between environmental disturbance and pandemics, as well as technological and historical perspectives, with Wesleyan professors Fred Cohan, Ishita Mukerji and William Johnston, according to a press release.

ShockingUncover All the Celebrities You Forgot Guest Starred in the ‘Divergent’ Series

Ever since the first film hit theaters in 2014, fans were obsessed with Divergent. Based on the book series of the same name by Veronica Roth, the film — which spawned two sequels Insurgent and Allegiant — the film series followed a teen girl who leaves her family behind to join another society in her post-apocalyptic world with five factions — Abnegation, Amity, Candor, Dauntless and Erudite.
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Art Film Series – Midnight in Paris

Join us for a screening of Midnight in Paris, a 2011 film starring Owen Wilson. The film follows Gil, a nostalgic screenwriter who mysteriously finds himself traveling back to 1920s Paris. Swept away by the glam and romance of the past, will Gil be able to return to the present?
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Photo gallery: Movement for mind and body

The Corps Bara Dance Theatre held a launch party last month for their new dance-film series, Resonant Soul. The company describes it as a “mini-retreat” delivered to your inbox each week on a different theme. Themes include things like breath, self-grace, vulnerability, empathy and joy. You can learn more and sign-up here.