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September movie preview: short but spooky

September Movie Preview: Short but Spooky

Apparently it’s a golden age for creepy clowns. The “clown prince of crime,” Joker, is released next month. This month, however, sees Pennywise pick on someone his own size. Well they’re adults at least. Also has there ever been a better head-to-head cinematic match-up than Downton Abbey and Rambo: Last Blood? Surely that says something…

September movie preview: back to school and back to the movies

September Movie Preview: Back to School and Back to the Movies

Let’s be honest. The September movie lineup could present a strong selection of titles that pique our interest and it would still fall flat compared to the big movies we’ve been used to throughout the summer. But don’t fret. This month we have horror, sci-fi, comedy, and more! When did I become a movie salesman?…

September movie preview: a chill in the air and a scare in the theater

September Movie Preview: A Chill in the Air and a Scare in the Theater

On the money side of things, this summer was a major dud at the box office. But there were still some titles that had fans willing to break out their wallets. Just apparently not enough of them. This September movie lineup is pretty similar. There are a few that will do well. Some look promising…

September movie preview: based on a true story

September Movie Preview: Based on a True Story

Usually September is a letdown after the sequels and explosions of the summer blockbusters. But this summer seemed to be one box office disappointment after another. Remember how excited everyone was for Suicide Squad? Well that public opinion seems to have shifted once people actually saw it. So here we have a September movie list that…

September movie preview: the horror! …of post summer movies

September Movie Preview: The Horror! …of Post Summer Movies

So, August didn’t really go as planned. Straight Outta Compton did incredibly well, but the month’s comic book entry (Fantastic Four) absolutely bombed. Plus, Zac Efron’s We are Your Friends had one of the worst opening weekend’s in cinematic history. Ouch! Well, I bet September movies are going to bounce back, right? Well, at first…