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“Jaws” Vs “Predator”
Two heroes, two monsters, two environments.
“Five” Vs “The Omega Man”
An early—influential—post-apocalyptic story, meets a classic from 1971.
“Barton Fink”: art house horror
A surreal, art-horror film that explores writer's block.
“Ice Cold in Alex” Vs “Play Dirty”
Two British war films reflecting changing attitudes to war.
“Interstellar” Vs “The Martian”
Space—a metaphysical arena: a physical place for acrobatics.
“Moon” Vs “Oblivion”
Two clones find their humanity by battling the system.
“Outland” Vs “Pale Rider”
A space Western, and a Western featuring a ghost.
“THX 118” Vs “Logan’s Run”
The future is a technocracy—but, it's handled with contrasting tones.
“Seconds”: careful what you wish for
feels like an art film, or a horror—but it’s neither.
Stories: celebrations, warnings, and making sense
Conversations, and stories, are about sharing good, or bad news.