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This Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi contains spoilers. Obi-Wan Kenobi, the latest Star Wars live-action series on Disney+, has shown just how desperate the situation has become for the remaining Jedi Knights hiding in the galaxy. In fact, we see in the very first episode how one Jedi fugitive is mercilessly hunted down by Inquisitors hellbent
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This review contains Ms. Marvel spoilers Ms. Marvel Episode 1 MCU Phase 4 has been a time of experimentation for Marvel Studios. After a slam dunk Phase 3 climax with Avengers: Endgame, there was a shift as Marvel seemed to understand that in a lot of ways they had to start from scratch by building
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This Evil review is based on the first three episodes of season 3. It contains no spoilers but does allude to upcoming cases and plots. Evil season 3 exchanges the Pop-Up Book of Terrifying Things MMXXI for The Pop-Up Book of Contemporary Demons but continues the same old story. Newly ordained Father David Acosta (Mike
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This article contains spoilers for The Boys season 3. As we’re fond of pointing out around here, no other show on television understands superhero culture and the effect of its prevalence on our world than The Boys. In The Boys season 3, the show’s satirical take on the Western entertainment landscape remains incisive and insightful.
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In John Wyndham’s The Midwich Cuckoos a remote village is inexplicably plunged into darkness and all the residents rendered unconscious. When they wake, all the women of childbearing age are suddenly pregnant. The children they give birth to are white haired aliens with powers of telepathy between each other. Talk about village of the damned
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Warning: this Inside No. 9 review contains spoilers. Sometimes Inside No. 9 is funny, sometimes it’s thrilling, sometimes it’s touching and sometimes it’s a bit scary. The series seven finale ‘Wise Owl’ has gone for borderline harrowing. Satirizing 1970s and 80s-style public information videos, the episode is intercut with animations that resemble the ‘Charlie Says’
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Summer is about to finally, blessedly be in full swing. And to honor the occasion, Hulu is showing up big with its list of new releases for June 2022. Hulu is bringing two major TV titles to its stream this month. The first is The Orville: New Horizons on June 2. Seth MacFarlane’s sci-fi/comedy started
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This Stranger Things article contains spoilers. For all of its dream demons and trans-dimensional government plots, Stranger Things does feature one completely realistic story element. In the six years since the first season premiered on Netflix, we have watched the four main boys grow up and grow apart. Fissures between the primary friend group were already present in the
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This article contains spoilers for Stranger Things season 4. The Stranger Things expanded universe, which is comprised of several standalone novels and comics, has some understandable inconsistencies that arise from having disconnected writers working in different media. Most of these are minor or at least can be written off as inconsequential if the television show
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This Young Justice: Phantoms review contains spoilers. Young Justice: Phantoms Season 4 Episode 24 It’s not possible for the Young Justice: Phantoms team to be reading what’s published on this little ol’ site and responding to it in almost real time. The lead time on animation is usually massive: what we see on HBO Max
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This article contains spoilers for Stranger Things season 4. The fifth episode of Stranger Things season 4, fittingly titled “The Nina Project”, opens with an enigmatic message. As one of Dr. Sam Owens’ agents dies (his name is Harmon, but the kids come to touchingly eulogize him as Unknown Hero Agent Man), he leaves them
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For its final season, Stranger Things has gone super-sized. Its episodes are longer, its storylines are multiple, its locations are further flung, and its cast has expanded beyond all reasonable measure. Even allowing for the usual body count replacement rate to fill in the gaps left by last season’s victims of the Upside Down, there