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Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Cinematic Arts Commission shows free films on campus every week

The Cinematic Arts Commission (CAC), one of Hurricane Production’s seven committees, hosts weekly movies every Wednesday and Saturday at the Lakeside Village Auditorium.

Does Kim Kardashian’s adult film tape have a sequel?

Nobody asked for this, but the sex tape of the century might have a sequel.

10 horror films to get you in the spooky, fall spirit

With Halloween just around the corner, here are ten movies from The Miami Hurricane to get you ready for spooky season.

The heavy burden of being first: Marvel’s Shang-Chi

Although the film has seen growing controversy about its superficial portrayal of Chinese culture, it is noble in its attempt to give proper homage to Chinese culture and showcase the country to a world-wide audience.

The 7 best superheroes of all time

A list of the 7 greatest superheroes of all time, compiled by Staff Culture Writer Alison Mcwalters.

UM graduate set to release film ‘Arjun’

Director Sunny Bhatia is launching his career on May 2 with the first screening of his 48-minute film “Arjun” at UM’s Cosford Cinema.

10 phenomenal Asian film directors worth your attention

Asian men and women are frequently overlooked for their talent within the film industry. This is especially unfortunate as there are (and always have been) incredible films produced by Asian directors.

5 takeaways from ‘Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry’

After dropping a highly-anticipated collaboration with Rosalía back in January, teenage idol Billie Eilish returned to the spotlight last month with the AppleTV documentary, 'Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry.'

‘Madan Sara:’ When art becomes activism

TMH sits down with Haitian filmmaker Etant Dupain to discuss Haiti, his new film and what is to come.

10 swoon-worthy rom-coms worth watching this Valentine’s Day

Here are writer Alison McWalters's top picks for this special day.

A very merry (and inclusive) Christmas, thanks to Lifetime

The network, a long-time competitor of holiday movie maven Hallmark, has emerged with an exciting (and somewhat unexpected) Christmas miracle—its first LGBTQ holiday movie.

‘Cuties’: The line between commentary and indulgence

A look into disingenuous marketing, self-fulfilling prophecies and what it means to tackle themes with varying shades of gray.