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The Stand: Fear and Loathing in New Vegas – Review

This review contains minor spoilers. As the saying goes, you can’t con a con. This week we delve into the world of deceit in a fully linear episode of The Stand. We spend time with the spies in both New Vegas and Boulder, and we examine the reach of Flagg’s power. As the first episode […]

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Marvel TV News

Elizabeth Olsen On The Inspiration Behind Her ‘WandaVision’ Performance

If you’ve been keeping track of the promos for WandaVision, you’ve probably noticed a distinct vibe from our first looks at the series. The first live-action Marvel series debuts January 15 on Disney+. But it’s not just a tribute to the MCU (and a springboard for future Marvel films) – it’s a tribute to television […]

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Netflix

Disenchantment Part Three Doesn’t Live Up – Review

The third season or part of Disenchantment has debuted on Netflix with a lackluster 3rd outing. I’m not saying this season is outright bad but to paraphrase Monty Python: “It got turned into a newt and didn’t get better” Each episode has its standard sight gags and one-liners but for me, this third installment tried […]

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Watch Rosamund Pike Scam The Elderly In Darkly Funny ‘I Care A Lot’ Trailer

Marla Grayson (Rosamund Pike) has been running the same scam for years.  As a professional, court-appointed guardian for dozens of elderly wards, she’s in a unique position. One she uses to dump her wards in nursing homes and sell off their property for her personal gain, getting away with it all by jumping through the […]

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Outside The Wire Delivers Popcorn Action to Brighten Up Your January

Is Anthony Mackie the new Terminator?! Close! But no cigar.(See what I did there? Because Schwarzenegger smokes cigars…)Netflix’s latest offering Outside the Wire drops us into the middle of a summer action movie, perhaps to warm up the dead of winter and whatever the hell else we’re calling the world right now. Yeah, So, Outside […]

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Can Qui-Gon Jinn Return As A Force Ghost?

While there are many different feelings and opinions fans have about Star Wars, one thing that we can all agree on is that the Force seems to work in mysterious ways. From lifting objects to even healing others it seems there is nothing that you can’t do with the force. But even with all this […]

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Disney Marvel TV News

WandaVision Subverts The “Family Sitcom” According To Kevin Feige

Inspired by his love Television and the comfort he found in the iconic “TV Family” sitcom, Kevin Feige brings us a side of the Marvel Universe we’ve never seen before with, WandaVision, and will only be seen on Disney+. WandaVision takes place in the MCU and shares continuity with the films of the franchise. Taking […]

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Fantasy TV News

Amazon’s LOTR Series May Show The Rise of Sauron

Details about Amazon’s upcoming Lord of the Rings series have been kept tightly under wraps. But thanks to an official series description from TheOneRing.net, we’re getting a closer look at the setting for the show.  And with that setting comes a hugely influential villain. Check out the full description below: Amazon Studios’ forthcoming series brings […]

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Horror TV News

Two Sentence Horror Stories: “Bag Man” and “Elliot” Kick Off Season 2

Two Sentence Horror Stories takes the internet phenomena of two-sentence scary stories and turns it into a television series. Here’s what you need to know about the opening episodes of season 2, titled “Bag Man” and “Elliot.” (Note: the following contains spoilers for both episodes!) “Bag Man” In “Bag Man,” a group of teens serving […]

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Sylvie’s Love Is Both Perfectly Black And Perfectly Universal [REVIEW]

Written and directed by Eugene Ashe, Sylvie’s Love, is a period piece that also manages to be completely timeless in its earnest feelings.The movie begins in Harlem in the 1950s. Sylvie and Robert fall in love, basically at first sight, during a hot summer. Sylvie is a from a middle class family that is fairly bougie, thanks […]