Women look back: celebrating the advent of the modern neo-noir

This year, two films have renegotiated the terms between observers and observed in noir-tinged narratives, exploring the fight for female agency. Chloe Okuno’s Watcher is a tight thriller about a woman stalked by a man living across the street, a story that continuously challenges the relationship between subject and object. Park Chan-wook’s Decision To Leave […]

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All About Chris Evans’ ‘Serious’ Girlfriend, Alba Baptista

On November 10, People‘s newest Sexiest Man Alive Chris Evans revealed that he has been dating 25-year-old actress Alba Baptista for at least a year and “it’s serious,” according to a source, who added,“They are in love, and Chris has never been happier. His family and friends all adore her.” Stefania D’Alessandro//Getty Images This is […]

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Millie Bobby Brown Reveals Why She’s Scared To Begin Filming ‘Stranger Things 5’ Following ‘Enola Holmes 2’ 

By Melissa Romualdi. Published: 6 hours ago Millie Bobby Brown explained why she is afraid to return to the set of “Stranger Things” for the fifth and final season. During a Q&A session at the New York City premiere of “Enola Holmes 2”, which Brown stars in, the actress revealed that her “deep-rooted fear” actually stems […]

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Ice-T Reacts to Being Longest-Running Male Actor in TV History (Exclusive)

By Leah Sarnof, ETOnline.com. Published: 8 hours ago Last updated: 8 hours ago Ice-T is being celebrated as the longest-running male actor in a TV series for his role on “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit”. Having joined the series in 2000, with over 400 episodes under his belt, the Sergeant Odafin “Fin” Tutuola actor has reached […]

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Yes, ‘The Good Nurse’ Is a Real Person, and Her Name Is Amy Loughren

While The Good Nurse tells the chilling saga of serial killer Charles Cullen, its title actually refers to the other nurse in the story, Amy Loughren. She worked side-by-side with Cullen at Somerset Medical Centre in Somerville, New Jersey and went undercover to lead to his arrest in real life. The pair were actually close […]

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Shadows and Fog: a conversation with Park Chan-wook

The incomparable South Korean filmmaker reflects on his dreamy neo-noir, Decision to Leave. Desire is the double-edged panacea for loneliness in the cinema of Korean director Park Chan-wook. It’s seen in Song Kang-ho’s vampire preacher in 2010’s Thirst and the fanciful, battery-eating patients/lovers of 2005’s I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK. It’s also in his […]

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No one can be trusted in the first trailer for Park Chan-wook’s Decision to Leave

A detective travels to a wind-swept mountainside village surrounded by sensuously waving grass to investigate a murder, and gradually falls for the dead guy’s femme fatale widow. It sounds like the stuff of innumerable films noir to have come before, but in the sui generis hands of the great Park Chan-wook, this premise is transformed […]

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