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About Chase Hutchinson
Chase Hutchinson is a longtime editor and writer with more than a decade of experience in journalism. His work has appeared in a variety of publications including IGN, i-D, The Stranger, The Playlist, The Inlander, The Seattle Times, and The Boston Globe. With a deep foundation of knowledge on everything from blockbuster fare to arthouse film, he is never not looking for the next exciting cinematic vision to explore. He is an expert in everything from horror franchises like Saw and Scream to big sci-fi like Star Wars as well as smaller scale genre stories like The Beast. He has covered several film festivals for Collider including the Toronto International Film Festival, the Sundance Film Festival, the Fantasia Film Festival, and the Venice Film Festival. He is also a member of the Seattle Film Critics Society. You can find him on Twitter and Bluesky at @EclecticHutch.
This week's new streaming releases include the tenth film in an iconic horror franchise, a funny Jennifer Lawrence, and a teenage Kraken.
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Torres discusses the way he wanted to bring audiences into the life of a young artist trying to find his way in the world.
The actor's latest film sees him proving that he is just getting started.
"If this was my last movie ever, I would feel pretty complete."
While the story can often feel thin and overstretched, the return of thick Godzilla plus the addition of Kurt Russell is a largely winning combo.
Though not without some fun moments in how it explores the source material, lackluster teen drama puts a damper on the whole affair.
This new original animated Max series for adults is a stunning work of art that immerses us in the rich details of a distant planet.
The Paramount+ reboot of the classic series has some charm, but wears thin when it increasingly relies on recycling the same premises.
Director Babak Jalali shares how his acclaimed dramedy came together and why his focus was always on the humanity of the characters.
Demian Rugna says, "I’m not a writer-director that’s going to have mercy with the audience."
They can travel through space, so why don't the characters in Dune use computers?
Get out of there, David Duchovny!
Found footage gets taken to both new heights and new depths in this latest installment of the horror anthology series.
Death is only the beginning for this new horror series.
Should you stick around after the credits for this one?
Somehow, Chucky isn't even the worst person to ever occupy the White House.
A Western featuring the last performance by the great Michael K. Williams & a wonderful action comedy await in this month's streaming recommendations.
“Is there a doctor in the house? We need to get a medic in here.”
Longtime intimacy coordinator David Thackeray explains how you craft intimate scenes.
Where most of us would bond with friends over drinks, John Kramer does so over torture.