Tag: Box office

Film, TV

James Wan – Master of Modern Horror

Malaysian-born, Australian film director James Wan is most known for reviving the horror genre since debuting his short film Saw in 2003. After the 1990’s slasher craze wore off, it was Saw that encouraged horror enthusiasts to give the genre another try. Its simplistic plot, featuring moralistic ethos of righteous living and a madman’s intricate…

Film

Superheroes, selflessness and interventionism

Despite the oft-criticised saturation of the superhero genre in recent years, a large audience knows and loves the action-filled, popcorn-guzzling films that continue to be released; and their continued box office performance shows that their dominance of the market will not let up. They still capture an audience that is not becoming fatigued – as…

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