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Netflix Creates Magic in the New She-Ra Series

I would classify myself as a kidult. I’m a 41-year-old father with two kids and I think this show is rad. She-Ra rides her winged horse deftly between the line of genuinely optimistic and subversively sinister. While She-Ra and the… Continue Reading →

Purging a TV Series Out of a Film Franchise

As a film franchise broken down into two-hour increments, The Purge seems to fit nicely into a tight narrative. But as a “10 episode television event,” the storyline gets stretched to its limits, even if there are more than a few… Continue Reading →

Tomb Raider Plays Just Like a Game

Per Matt Have you ever been immersed in an epic, action-packed video game and thought to yourself, “I bet this experience would be much better as a feature film?” Well, Tomb Raider is the exact opposite.

Voicing a Concern in Batman and Harley Quinn

What if you’ve got the quintessential voice actor for Batman, but not for Harley Quinn? Would that make for an animated movie that you think fans would like?

Heathers is Back and Forcing the Status Quo to “Lick it Up”

There is a decent chance the audience watching the new Heathers TV show on the Paramount Network has never seen the original black comedy. This makes it equally possible that they will absolutely not understand the point of Heathers and… Continue Reading →

Game Night is a Winner

Somehow, I thought Game Night was a horror comedy before I saw it. It’s not. Quite frankly, I don’t know exactly how to classify this film. It’s kinda like 1985’s Clue… except it’s nothing like Clue. You could call it… Continue Reading →

Shaun’s 2017 Year-End Review for Television Shows

2017 was an absolutely phenomenal year for television. New shows and returning series made absolutely incredible impressions, but that’s not to say there weren’t any disappointments. New and original IPs seemed to dominate, while superhero series seemed to finally be… Continue Reading →

The X-Files Season 11: The Truth is Out There*

*At least that’s what they keep saying. I make no guarantees.

The Good, The Bad and The Bizarre — Danno’s Review of 2017 On Screen

There were a lot of hits and misses in entertainment this year, especially in sci-fi and horror. For my part, there were things I felt went really well, things that went horribly wrong and a few things that were just… Continue Reading →

Discovering Telltale’s New, Not-So-New Batman

This isn’t your ordinary Batman, unless you’re an avid reader of the earliest of Batman comics. Batman: The Telltale Series is based on Bob Kane and Bill Finger’s Batman. If you haven’t researched, allow me to save you some time…. Continue Reading →

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