Lynn Chen Talks ‘I Will Make You Mine’ and the State of Asian American Cinema – Exclusive Interview

Lynn Chen breaks down her experience as a first time director on "I Will Make you Mine' and gives key notes to fellow aspiring filmmakers.

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‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ Final Season Episode 11 Review – Balancing Tragedy with Beauty

Last week's episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars warned fans of what looms on the horizon. With the show now existing concurrently with Revenge of the Sith, anybody who has been even remotely following along can guess what is next. Despite all the signals, nothing can rightfully prepare viewers for what unfolds in episode…

‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ Final Season Episode 10 Review – Two Former Pupils Collide

Last week Star Wars: The Clone Wars made the final leap in fulfilling its ultimate destiny: definitively bridging the gap between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. This week's episode, titled The Phantom Apprentice, takes this even further by serving the main entree that has been teased for far too long. Maul's…

‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ Final Season Episode 9 Review – A Siege of the Heart

This week's episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars marks a truly special time for not only fans of the show, but for Star Wars fans as a whole. Episode 9 of the final season, titled Old Friends Not Forgotten, is a contender for one of the most special creations coming from Lucasfilm Animation. This…

‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ Final Season Episode 8 Review – The Beginning of the End

The penultimate arc of Star Wars: The Clone Wars comes to a close with this week's episode. Titled Together Again, the eighth entry in the final season has a lot to offer - but is at the mercy of what is to come. The upcoming "Siege of Mandalore" arc has the potential to be a…

‘We Are As Gods’ Review – An Introspective Call To Action

Stewart Brand is one of the world's most influential thinkers that not many people know of. He was an intricate founder of some of today's most progressive movements, yet unlike others, he is not in it for the self-exposure. In fact, many might call him dangerously selfless. Brand, now 81, is most famously known for…

Michael Dowse Talks ‘Coffee & Kareem’, Crafting Relevant Comedy, and Working with Netflix – Exclusive Interview

Director Michael Dowse has built quite a name for himself over the past decade. The filmmaker is known for his brash approach to comedy. The kind of assertiveness that the genre needs, but is not always so fortunate to receive. Such a style could not be more welcomed, in times especially as bizarre and complicated…

‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ Final Season Episode 7 Review – Ahsoka Questions Her Jedi Roots

"Dangerous Debt" is a contender for one of the most fun episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars' final season. The seventh episode serves as the second to last in the arc owned by the Martez sisters. Rafa and Trace reveal new layers here, offering plenty of unexpected surprises even for long time viewers. Just…

‘Cursed Films’ Review – Shudder’s New Docuseries is Delightfully Immersive

Cursed Films is Shudder's new docuseries that will give even the most prestigious horror aficionados a run for their money. Directed by documentarian Jay Cheel (How to Build a Time Machine), the series is pretty self-explanatory. Horror fans have come to know certain classic films as being notoriously "cursed". These films are not just associated with…