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Things aren't what they seem in 'Sisterhood'

Cine Mosaic

BY REBECCA LERNER

Teenagers running through the wooded night. These ideas have long evoked images of a woodland backdrop of drugs, sex and mischief that permeates the paranoid minds of worried parents. Add the possibility of a sex cult of teen witches, and the bubbling cauldron of chaos that erupts is “The Sisterhood of Night.”

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An ode to FilmSquad

BY ANDREW MCCLURE

The Daily, to me, actually didn’t make me like movies more, or like writing that much more, or like the eschewal of the serial comma more — it made me want to be a more interesting person.

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'Unfriended' has original premise, but isn't great

Universal Pictures

BY CHRISTIAN KENNEDY

Stylistically, the movie is shot 99.9 percent as a screenshot of Blaire’s computer. Original? Yes. Enjoyable? Meh.

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Of CGI Bears and Men

Warner Bros.

BY JAMIE BIRCOLL

The decision to pull the showing of the film was a wise one; it doesn’t belong at UMix. However, having seen the film and having commented on it extensively already (and having discussed it with multiple people with multiple viewpoints), I understand the argument for showing the film.

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Trailer Review: 'Ex Machina' reveals just enough of its nervous, intense energy

Universal Pictures

BY JACOB RICH

In the age of trailers spoiling the most important parts of the film, the “Ex Machina” trailer stands as an excellent example of how to truly bait the audience with mystery.

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'Furious 7' wears its Hemi of a heart on its sleeve

Universal Pictures

BY JAMIE BIRCOLL

It’s the ultimate expression in movie escapism — big, bold, self-aware.

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Confronting sexism and rape culture in films about Greek life

RADiUS-TWC

BY REBECCA LERNER

By taking away the humanity of these women, we take away incentive for others to treat them like real people.

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