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EPIX Seeks Perpetual Grace

Per Matt As the opening quote by Alfred Hitchcock sets the tone for the series premiere of Perpetual Grace, LTD, the modern noir drama opens as a son is disowned by his parents, looking for a disillusioned random person to… Continue Reading →

Digging Up Lost History in Lost Gold of World War II

What actually happened to many of the world’s most famous treasures? What if they’re forever lost in an unmarked site, waiting to be unearthed by some treasure hunters who just happen to decipher the vague, left-behind clues? This is one… Continue Reading →

Deep State Takes a Deep Look at the Politics of Intelligence

Per Matt Headline news inundates us with 24-hour news cycles of violence, government conspiracies and global politics. Such is the backbone of Deep State, which highlights the motivations of global elected officials, the fallout from their actions and all the… Continue Reading →

The Prodigy Proves It’s a “Bad Seed”

The term “bad seed” has been used quite a bit when describing a certain genre of horror films. This type of film replaces the innocence of a child with a void of pure evil. Several films have pulled this off… Continue Reading →

Prologue of Thrones

The first two episodes of Game of Thrones‘ final season have aired and it’s an incredibly slow burn of a pace instead of an action-packed dragon-fire scorcher. It seems more of a prologue of the season, rather than what we’ve… Continue Reading →

Cold Crashing The Walking Dead in “The Storm”

Winter has fallen onto The Walking Dead. As harsh weather has rendered The Kingdom unlivable, its inhabitants retreat to Hilltop for survival, fighting an unstoppable storm and fears of an enemy attack in difficult conditions. Nature has divided the four… Continue Reading →

Die or Become Immortal: Life Lessons on The Passage

Life isn’t fair. Choices can be difficult and sometimes they can have life-or-death consequences. This is where The Passage has led, as the season finale arrives this week.

Pet Sematary: Sometimes Dead is Better

Much like the resurrected corpses in Stephen King’s story, Pet Sematary returns to movie theaters 30 years later to once again terrorize horror fans. But sometimes, dead really is better.

Zombie Games Seem to be Dying a Fast Death

With Telltale Games closing up shop not too long ago and publisher Overkill cancelling its console release of The Walking Dead, is the state of Zombie video games decaying?

Mars Season 2 is Full of Power Plays and Politics

When did politics seep into a possible bright future for colonizing the Red Planet? Sadly, the accurate answer is Season 2 of Mars, when a private corporation competes for resources with the pre-established international scientific coalition and too much drama ensues.

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