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Rumble In The Bronx
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Volunteer of the Month Frank Stauffer on Rumble in the Bronx

Frida Blog Editor Reggie Peralta talks with April Volunteer of the Month Frank Stauffer about his VOTM pick, Rumble in the Bronx.
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SCENE SELECTIONS: Episode 32 – Oscars 2024

On March 10th, 2024, the Frida Cinema held their annual Oscar’s watch party at the theater for their paid members. After the eventful broadcast, Anthony ...
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South Park Bigger Longer And Uncut
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The Biggest, Longest and Most Uncut Review of All Time!

Frida Blogger John Marsaglia revisits the amusingly outrageous antics of South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut.
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's Body
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Hotter Than Hell: Jennifer’s Body

Frida Blogger Kat Shea discusses the sensual scares of Karyn Kusama's Jennifer's Body.
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The End Of Evangelion
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The History of The End of Evangelion

Frida Blogger Finn Sullivan explains the appeal of Hideaki Anno's 1997 anime film The End of Evangelion.
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'em Up
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Volunteer of the Month Cat Van Horn on Shoot ‘Em Up

Frida Blogger Charlotte Brungardt talks with March Volunteer of the Month Cat Van Horn about her VOTM pick, Shoot 'Em Up.
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SCENE SELECTIONS: Episode 31 – The Best Films of 2023

Anthony & Miquela are joined by Frida contributing writer and trailer editor, Austin Jaye, to discuss the year in movies and compare top fives.
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Donnie Darko Frida Birthday
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Event Recap: The Frida’s 10th Birthday w/ Donnie Darko + James Duval Q&A

Frida Blog Editor Reggie Peralta shares about his time at The Frida's 10th birthday screening of Donnie Darko and Q&A with James Duval.
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The Sound Of Music 2
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The Writer’s Room: Best Best Pictures

The members of the Frida writing team share their favorite Oscar Best Picture winners.
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Josie And The Wall
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Event Recap: Sasquatch Productions’ Josie and The Wall Double Feature

Frida Blogger Finn Sullivan describes his experience at Sasquatch Productions' recent screening of Pink Floyd The Wall and Josie and the Pussycats.
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The Fly
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Volunteer of the Month Kay Jensen on The Fly (1986)

Frida Blog Editor Reggie Peralta talks with March Volunteer of the Month Kay Jensen about her VOTM pick, The Fly.
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Citizen Kane
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The Worst of the Best: A History of Oscar Snubs

Frida Blogger John Marsaglia takes a look at what he considers to be the biggest snubs in Oscar history.
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Ghost Dog The Way Of The Samurai
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The Deconstructive and Spiritual World of Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai

Frida Blogger Liam Kilby analyzes Jim Jarmusch's deconstructive crime drama Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai.
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Pink Floyd The Wall
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Pink Rock: Josie and The Pussycats & Pink Floyd: The Wall

Frida Blogger Kat Shea takes a look at Pink Floyd - The Wall & Josie and the Pussycats in anticipation of Thursday's double feature.
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Thrills That Kill: 3 Brian de Palma Films

Frida Blogger Kay Jensen shares several of her favorite Brian De Palma movies in the wake of DePalm-a-Thon.
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