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The Dead Don’t Die is a Shambling Zom-Com That Challenges Expectations

The term “zom-com” is something rather new to me. I have heard of “rom-coms,” or “romantic comedies,” but “Zombie comedies” is not something I tend to put together in my head. But when I stop and think about it, there… Continue Reading →

Guillermo’s Family Tree Casts Dark Shadows

The bell tolls for the unnatural order of What We Do in the Shadows. At the conclusion of the show’s season finale, the audience has learned a lot about this group of immortals… but the most interesting character of them… Continue Reading →

Discovery Season 2 Cruising At Warp Speed

In an exciting season premiere which could be described as nothing less than a passionate love letter to Star Trek, the second season of Discovery launched, and its course and trajectory are proving true now that the second episode has… Continue Reading →

Bandersnatch: Is It Worth a Dive Down the Netflix Rabbit Hole?

Bandersnatch, the new interactive Black Mirror special on Netflix, is a clever and trippy take of a choose your own adventure movie.

Sorry, Haters. Into the Spider-verse Doesn’t Suck. At All.

Drive around the block and find something else to crap on, neck-beard cynics and unappeasable uber-nerds. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse isn’t your newest victim. I mean, I’m sure it will be, anyway, but the civilized world knows it’s… amazing.

Westworld Introduces Samurai in Season 2

I can’t wait to see Shogun World on the HBO show, Westworld.

Creating Actual Horror With Annabelle: Creation

I don’t often have anything complimentary to say about big-studio horror movies. Most end up being watered down, PG-13 knock-offs of popular themes in the genre with a certain degree of fan service and pseudo-self awareness meant to be clever,… Continue Reading →

Deadpool Delivers — Right Up Main Street

You can breathe easy. Fox’s new Deadpool, starring Ryan Reynolds, is not just a course-correction from their miserable iteration of the character in the X-Men Origins series — it is a triumph. This new film brings us so much of what… Continue Reading →

A Very Murray Christmas for Us All

In many ways, A Very Murray Christmas isn’t like the holiday variety shows your parents used to watch, but then again, in many ways, it is.

Ex Machina

Blurring the dividing line between artificial intelligence and humanity, Ex Machina questions society’s perception of reality.

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