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June 15, 2019

Review: Director Jim Jarmusch puts his deadpan stamp on The Dead Don’t Die

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Enlarge / Bill Murray, Chloë Sevigny, and Adam Driver star in Director Jim Jarmusch’s deadpan take on the zombie genre, The Dead Don’t Die. (credit: Focus Features)

With The Dead Don’t Die, auteur director Jim Jarmusch puts his unique, deadpan stamp on this staple of the horror genre. As one might expect, Jarmusch’s vision is more ironically cerebral than your typical zombie fare and a bit less viscerally horrifying—even when the aforementioned dead are chowing down on their victims’ viscera. It’s not a perfect film, but it’s got Tilda Swinton brandishing [...]

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April 1, 2019

Jim Jarmusch takes on the zombie genre with The Dead Don’t Die

The peaceful town of Centerville is terrorized by zombies in The Dead Don’t Die.

The peaceful town of Centerville finds itself battling a zombie horde as the dead start rising from their graves in the first trailer for The Dead Don’t Die, director Jim Jarmusch‘s deadpan foray into the zombie-comedy genre.

It’s an interesting new direction for Jarmusch, but based on the trailer, the genre is tailor-made for his idiosyncratic style and deadpan wit. His career took off in 1984 with his first major film, Stranger Than Paradise. Shot entirely in black-and-white (a signature of the director’s early [...]

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December 15, 2018

The Last Jedi’s Most Emotional Scene Was a Lot Simpler in the Script

Star Wars: The Last Jedi just turned a year old, which means it’s a great time to revisit one of its best scenes and dig into what makes it so special.

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