Chase Hutchinson-Authority Editor

Chase Hutchinson

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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.

Latest Articles

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The 10 Best Christmas Horror Movies for Yuletide Terror

Have a holly, jolly, spooky Christmas.

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All The New Movies Coming to Streaming This Week: 'Killers of the Flower Moon,' 'Leave the World Behind,' and More

This week's new streaming releases include Martin Scorsese's latest, a Julia Roberts-starring apocalypse tale, and multiple animated Christmas movies.

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'Menus-Plaisirs — Les Troisgros' Review: A Master Cooks a Cinematic Feast

Go into Frederick Wiseman’s latest documentary on an empty stomach at your own peril.

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'The Last Voyage of the Demeter' Ending Explained: Knock-Knock, It's Me Dracula

You ever had an awkward encounter at a bar where you run into the vampire you're there to hunt down after he tried to kill you and drink your blood?

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'Skinamarink' Ending Explained: The Darkness Will Swallow You Whole

The terrors looming in the darkness may be more familiar than we realize.

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'Concrete Utopia' Review: Forget 'Squid Game: The Challenge,' This Is the Thriller to See

This peach of a South Korean disaster-thriller may hit some familiar notes, but it does so with an effective clarity that strikes home.

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Sundance 2024: The Movies We're Looking Forward to Most

Films from veteran directors like Steven Soderbergh and bold new visionaries like Jane Schoenbrun have us excited for this year's Sundance.

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'The Sacrifice Game' Review: Take 'The Holdovers' and Make It Fun Horror

It takes a bit to get there, but the finale of his horror film makes it all worth it.

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'Killers of the Flower Moon' Cameo Explained: Martin Scorsese Pulls Back the Curtain

One of Killers of the Flower Moon's final scenes includes a cameo that completely recontextualizes the film in a fascinating way.

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'Great Photo, Lovely Life' Review: An HBO Documentary That Transcends True Crime

Amanda Mustard’s shattering investigation into the abuse committed by her grandfather is a harrowing yet honest portrait of familial trauma.

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'Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny' Ending Explained: Does Harrison Ford Hang up the Hat?

After all these years, the story of Indiana Jones may have been less about the treasures he found than the friends he made along the way.

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'The Exorcist: Believer' Ending Explained: Who Lives? Who Dies? Who Cares?

David Gordon Green's horror sequel is already available on VOD.

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'Godzilla Minus One' Review: The Iconic Monster Smashes His Way to New Heights

You’ve never seen the legendary kaiju quite like this.

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'Deep Sea' Review: Gorgeous Animated Film Fights Through Stormy Waters

Though you've probably seen this story before, it's likely never been presented quite like this.

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'Oppenheimer' Ending Explained: I Am Become Death, the Destroyer of Worlds

One final scene that looks at a closing conversation we had only glimpsed once before captures the unrelenting specter of death Oppenheimer created.

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Jesse Eisenberg Says Grim Cult Film 'Manodrome' Is Easier to Do Than 'Now You See Me 3'

He also talks about how his recent directorial debut changed his perspective on acting, and the perils of Trident gum commercials.

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'Squid Game: The Challenge' Review: Netflix’s Reality Show Needs to Be Eliminated

'Squid Game: The Challenge' is more callous and cruel than even its many skeptics imagined.

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'The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes' Book to Film Comparison

Though a largely faithful adaptation, there are some significant alternations that get made.

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'Fallen Leaves' Review: Finland’s Oscar Submission Is a Love Story Like No Other

One of the year’s most romantic films is as subtly humorous as it is quietly heartbreaking.

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