Weekly Clickables: Taboo, Sci-Fi, & Women In Film

Our Weekly Clickables were a little harder to gather this week than usual, as it was the first week of the year, but we still found a few items worth your time.

  • First, Flavorwire compiled their most anticipated films of 2017.
  • Gwilym Mumford at The Guardian wrote a review of Taboo, the new series starring Tom Hardy, which will give you an idea of what to expect from the show.
  • Nerd Much? updated their list of upcoming sci-fi movies. 2017 promises to be a good year for science fiction.
  • At The Verge, Kaitlyn Tiffany explains her resolution to spend her money on films created by women.
  • And if you want to join Kaitlyn Tiffany in that goal, check out Women and Hollywood, where you’ll find all you need to know about movies created by and about women, including what’s playing now, what’s coming up, and potential projects.

That’s it for this week. Check back next Monday for more of the best movie stuff from the rest of the Internet!

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Katherine B. Shelor
A very average thirty-ish woman living in Virginia with a dream of one day earning a living using the education on which she spent so much time. For now, she uses it for things like writing movie reviews, alienating strangers, composing critical analyses via texts to her decreasingly patient friends, or correcting her coworkers' grammar (silently, and only to herself, for fear of offending those whom she serves).