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Hosts discuss The Walking Dead for the episode “The Lost and the Plunderers.” Comment Below! AFTERBUZZ TV — The Walking Dead edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of AMC’s The Walking Dead. In this episode hosts Timothy Michael, and Ben Bateman discuss the Walking Dead Season 8 episode 10. RSS Feed: http://www.afterbuzztv.com/aftershows/the-walking-dead-afterbuzz-tv-aftershow/feed/ ABOUT THE
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This The Gilded Age review contains spoilers for “Never the New, Part 1” and “Never the New, Part 2.” The Gilded Age‘s two-part premiere episode is 90 minutes of epic period drama world-building. In the new HBO series, creator Julian Fellowes melds many of the storytelling tropes and elements that made Downton Abbey a worldwide
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The high anticipated murder-mystery sequel to Knives Out is headed to Netflix later in 2022. “Mystery lovers rejoice! Rian Johnson’s highly anticipated follow-up to 2019’s Knives Out is set to be released this fall on Netflix and in theaters simultaneously. The film finds southern detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) investigating another twisty mystery, with a
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Activision Blizzard is currently under investigation following accusations of harassment, discrimination, and fostering a hostile work environment. You can read more about the investigation here. While the news that Microsoft is working to complete a nearly $70 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard is shocking for reasons that go far beyond what new video games we’re going
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Master artists driving the story alongside skilled writers. It’s an approach that will soon be on display in Dark Matter—a thrilling new line of books set within the DC Universe and designed to drive super hero comics to exciting new heights. In this clip, Greg Capullo discusses his influences, methods and what we can expect
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Most consoles eventually come to be associated with a genre or style. Whether by luck or design, Microsoft’s Xbox has practically cornered the shooter market with franchises such as Halo, Gears of War, and now, thanks to the Activision Blizzard deal, Call of Duty. That isn’t to say the PlayStation library is utterly devoid of
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What’s your favorite scary movie…. sequel? Had to think about it for a minute, didn’t you? Despite the horror genre being replete with sequels, prequels, requels, and spin-offs, the stuff nightmares are made of generally go down better the first time. In fact, how often can we say the second movie in a horror franchise—never
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Warning: this A Discovery of Witches review contains spoilers. Diana’s schoolteachers had it right: “exceptionally goal-oriented” is the perfect description of Dr Bishop, an over-achiever who steams through to-do lists, brooking no argument and effortlessly attracting devotees along the way. While Matthew and the boys were coming up against a brick wall in New Orleans,
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So you’ve heard of Power Rangers. Maybe remember watching it as a kid. But recently you’ve noticed, “hey, wait a minute. This show is still on… How???” Well after over 900 episodes Power Rangers has attracted a huge fanbase. Across the 25 plus seasons there have been episodes that stood out from the rest. Episodes
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When you think of Marvel fighting games, your mind probably goes to Capcom’s library (everything from their initial X-Men game to the latest Marvel vs. Capcom crossover battle). Or maybe you think about the X-Men: Mutant Academy games Activision used to make. Perhaps the weird one-off that is Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects (Johnny
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“You know I’d gladly stand against the wall and be shot if it prevented a war.” So speaks Jeremy Irons’ Neville Chamberlain in an early but insightful scene during Netflix’s new pre-World War II thriller, Munich: The Edge of War. In the sequence, Irons’ British Prime Minister is doddering around a garden with his wife