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A Discovery of Witches S2E02: Diana’s Teacher & Matthew’s Daddy Issues

In episode 2 of the second season of A Discovery of Witches, Diana finds a witchy mentor while Matthew struggles with stepping back into his past. Note: this review contains mild plot spoilers. A Discovery of Witches S2E02 Review Magical growth and finding direction I love the sense of urgency episode 2 creates with Diana’s […]

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Servant Season 2 Premiere: Hey, Gaslighter (Review)

M. Night Shyamalan’s Apple TV+ horror/thriller series Servant premieres its second season today. Check out our review for the first episode, “Doll,” below. (Note: this review contains some spoilers! Jump down to the Bottom Line for the spoiler-free take.) Servant season 2 picks up exactly where season 1 left off – there’s no missed time […]

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The Last Witch #1: Introducing A Dark Fantasy Steeped In Irish Mythology

The Last Witch #1 introduces a fantasy adventure steeped in Irish mythology. On the day of an annual festival, young Saoirse’s father and entire village are destroyed by the vengeful Cailleach. Now, on the run with her mysterious Nan and her younger brother Brahm, Saoirse discovers that the blue-black birthmark across her shoulder that has […]

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Drop Everything And Watch ‘Wolfwalkers’

Do you ever watch a movie and think ‘this really had it all?’ That’s Wolfwalkers. The animated film seamlessly weaves together magic, superstition, and tradition with a unique visual style. Check out our review below. (Note: this review contains some spoilers! You can skip down to The Bottom Line for a spoiler-free takeaway.) Magic and […]

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Unkindness of Ravens #4: Exposition Heavy, Magic Light

Not all the witches burned during the Salem witch trials. Now, generations later, their descendants protect their ancient secrets. An Unkindness of Ravens tells the story of Wilma, a teenage girl who gets caught up in the witchy ways of the Ravens. Check out our review of An Unkindness of Ravens issue 4 below. (Need […]

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Spy Island #4: The Kraken, The Corgi, and The Conclusion (Review)

Spy Island follows super spy Nora Freud (no relation). Her mission? Keep an eye on things. Her problem? The island she’s stationed on is on the lip of the Bermuda Triangle, where anything can happen. Her other problem? This particular island is a den of intrigue, populated by spies, tourists, and evil villains set on […]

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Unkindness of Ravens #3: Watch Out For The Survivors

Not all the witches burned during the Salem witch trials. Now, generations later, their descendants protect their ancient secrets. An Unkindness of Ravens tells the story of Wilma, a teenage girl who gets caught up in the witchy ways of the Ravens. Check out our review for issue #3 below. (Need to catch up? Here’s […]

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‘Dreamland’ Just Kind of… Exists (Review)

Dreamland follows a fairly standard outlaw drama plotline. A teenager (Finn Cole) finds himself torn between helping or capturing a fugitive bank robber (Margot Robbie).  If you read that description and thought, I know how this one’s gonna go… Well, you’re probably right. It’s a movie that plays out almost entirely as you’d expect. (Note: […]

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Spy Island #3: Serious Spy Action (Review)

Spy Island follows super spy Nora Freud (no relation). Her mission? Keep an eye on things. Her problem? The island she’s stationed on is on the lip of the Bermuda Triangle, where anything can happen. Her other problem? This particular island is a den of intrigue, populated by spies, tourists, and evil villains set on […]

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Toys of Terror: Oddly Heartfelt, If Not Actually Scary (Review)

I know it’s Halloween time, but Toys of Terror is jumping ahead to Christmas to spread some extra holiday horror. David and Hannah take their kids up to a giant mansion up in the mountains to spend Christmas. But they’re trying to make it a working vacation – they’re in the middle of renovating the […]