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  • @nschager
    1 September, 2015

    @mikeryan Probably true. Though without adjusting for inflation, box office talk - vis-a-vis historical standings - is meaningless, really.

  • @nschager
    1 September, 2015

    @mikeryan Not adjusted for inflation, presumably. Which means, only sorta. Though your depressing point is still taken.

  • @nschager
    1 September, 2015

    There are worse things than spending your day as Mad Max.

  • @nschager
    31 August, 2015

    For @TheAVClub: "Watch This: VAGABOND." http://t.co/PrNuoPI6V5

  • @nschager
    30 August, 2015

    Wait, Wes Craven died?!? RIP, to one of horror's all-time greats.

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Nick Schager

Nick Schager

Nick Schager is a NYC-area film critic and culture journalist who, when not spending his days and nights (and late-late nights) churning out criticism and features for the Village Voice, also contributes to a host of other print and online publications including The Daily Beast, Esquire, Variety, The A.V. Club, The Playlist, Paste, Rolling Stone, and Film Journal International. During his scant free time, Nick has been known to obsess over the intricacies of They Live and, with his two daughters, recite dialogue from Clifford.

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