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The 1946 book gets another film adaptation courtesy of Guillermo del Toro.

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The 1946 book gets another film adaptation courtesy of Guillermo del Toro.

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The unfortunate circumstances of quarantine feel oddly relevant to Hideo Kojima’s new title in a way that totally changes its meaning and purpose.

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The unfortunate circumstances of quarantine feel oddly relevant to Hideo Kojima’s new title in a way that totally changes its meaning and purpose.

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So-called ‘portal fantasy’ reveals the awe, fear and transformative power of traveling to another world — one that might be appealing in our present dystopia.

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So-called ‘portal fantasy’ reveals the awe, fear and transformative power of traveling to another world — one that might be appealing in our present dystopia.

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Andre Ovredal and Guillermo del Toro’s new flick offers nostalgia to some, and some serious scares to all.

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Andre Ovredal and Guillermo del Toro’s new flick offers nostalgia to some, and some serious scares to all.

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If you didn’t see it coming, you weren’t watching closely enough.

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If you didn’t see it coming, you weren’t watching closely enough.

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USC’s Cameron Kostopoulos directs his future in cinematography, using his YouTube channel to make his debut in the film industry.

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USC’s Cameron Kostopoulos directs his future in cinematography, using his YouTube channel to make his debut in the film industry.

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The strangeness of ‘Pacific Rim’ is essential to its plot, but we’re all hoping the sequel holds as much humor as its predecessor, too.

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The strangeness of ‘Pacific Rim’ is essential to its plot, but we’re all hoping the sequel holds as much humor as its predecessor, too.