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Read up on movie reviews, film festivals, film school projects and more.

Richard Madden and Gemma Chan in "Eternals"

New Disney films now debuting exclusively in theaters

Disney announced in September that all of its remaining films for 2021 would receive theatrical-only releases.
Kate Bosworth as Jessie

Movie review: ‘Before I Wake’

Scary or not, here it comes! Film critic Court Casselman offers his in-depth review of Mike Flanagan's "Before I Wake."
Garrett Ryan and Annalise Basso in a scene from 'Oculus'

Movie review: Lack of consistency ruins ‘Oculus’

Is "Oculus" an amateur attempt to combine elements from classic horror films, or the victim of a vengeful editor? You decide.
Tower Theatre lit up at night

Local nonprofit focuses on film community

The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program offered a fresh perspective to the nonprofit Salt Lake Film Society.
'Rise of the Guardians' movie still featuring Pitch and his Fearlings.

‘Rise of the Guardians’ enchants, excites and will likely endure

Arts reporter Stephen Romney reviews “Rise of the Guardians,” DreamWorks Animation newest CGI feature film.
Matt Damon as Gardner in "Suburbicon"

Movie review: ‘Suburbicon’

Court Casselman reviews the dark comedy directed by George Clooney.
"Freezer Burn" clapperboard

SLCC film club aims for hands-on experience this fall

Because of COVID-19, the SLCC Film Production Club is making changes for the fall 2020 semester.

‘Easy A’ makes the grade

At long last an intelligent teen comedy has decided to grace the theaters. Easy A may be the funniest teen comedy since Ferris Bueller's...
Aaron Eckhart as Frankenstein's monster

Movie Review: ‘I, Frankenstein,’ vow to stop lending my likeness to mediocre occult action...

Arts reporter Stephen Romney reviews the lackluster monster film 'I, Frankenstein.'

The Weekly Reel: Fairy tale fancy

The Globe presents a look at the recent trend of the "mature" fairy tale film.
Haunted house worker scares a patron at Fear Factory

SLCC psychology professor explains why people like to be scared

Underneath the fleeing and screams lies the unique phenomenon of why people like to be scared.
"Dolores" sign

‘Dolores’ delves into life of Latina activist

The SLCCSA has been screening the documentary "Dolores" in recent weeks. Learn more about the film and its subject, labor and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta.