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There have been so many movies turned into video games in the last several decades that it’s hard to keep track of them all. On the other hand, television-to-game adaptations have been a little more sparse. This might be because game developers don’t know what genre to fit specific TV shows into.  Turning a 1990s
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This article contains spoilers for Rick and Morty seasons 1-5. After nine years, five seasons, and fifty-one episodes, Rick and Morty shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Even with season 6 hitting our screens and seasons 7 and 8 on the horizon, co-creator Dan Harmon has mentioned that he’d love to see the
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Most fans know BoJack Horseman for its wacky animal cast, quippy puns, and moving exploration of mental illness. But as creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg once told Variety, BoJack Horseman is also a series centered on “showbiz satire.” A crucial element of the critically beloved hit is how its storylines critique the entertainment industry’s seedy underbelly.  BoJack
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This article contains MCU spoilers If there’s one character who has really increased their stock by jumping off the comic book page and into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it’s Wong, the current Sorcerer Supreme. No, wait. Actually, it’s M’baku of the Jabari Tribe. But after him, it’s probably Wong, the current Sorcerer Supreme. A character
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In Community season 3’s Halloween episode, “Horror Fiction in Seven Spooky Steps,” Jeff Winger (Joel McHale) proclaims that he’s not a sociopath because he always knows what he’s doing is wrong. But, crucially, he does it anyway. So while he may not be a sociopath, he’s an almost textbook psychopath – which might also explain
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Is the truth still out there? Do we still want to believe in 2022? Yes, says one pop culture fandom in particular, who even after facing many disappointments with the recent revival series, continue to clamor for more seasons of The X-Files. Creator Chris Carter may have wrapped up the four-part “My Struggle” saga that
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This Rings of Power review contains no spoilers and is based on the first two episodes. The most expensive television series of all time is finally about to premiere – but was it worth all that money? Prime Video’s The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power certainly looks the part. The series is
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It’s been two weeks since the series finale of Better Call Saul. It was an episode of television that gave viewers everything they could’ve wanted in closing the character arcs of Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) and Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn). And now that we’ve had time to absorb the brilliance of the conclusion, we have
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Warning: contains spoilers for The Capture Series 1. The most effective horror films are the ones that make menace out of everyday things – the TV in Poltergeist, the shower in Psycho, little girls with long, wet hair in… everything. Surveillance thriller The Capture does the same by turning the simple act of walking down a city street into
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Executive produced by Rick and Morty and Community‘s Dan Harmon, the new FXX animated comedy series Little Demon blends elements of Rosemary’s Baby, The Omen, Dogma and Family Guy into an engaging and hilarious stew of sacrilegious silliness. The story chronicles the relationship between Satan (Danny DeVito), the Earthly woman he impregnated, single mother Laura
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The next generation of Transformers is almost here. Following a huge reveal at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, the beloved ‘80s franchise is set to put a whole new spin on what fans expect from the Autobots, Decepticons, and more. We’ve got an exclusive look at a brand new trailer for the animated series Transformers:
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The following contains mild spoilers for Resident Alien. Resident Alien is about much more than just Harry Vandesrpiegle (Alan Tudyk), a disguised alien pretending to be human in the town of Patience, Colorado. Yes, there’s plenty of awkward comedy as he tries to blend in and make sense of the oddities of human behavior, but
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Better Call Saul is a literary show. An article of clothing is not just something to wear. A cinnamon roll is not just the dessert that Gene Takovic (Bob Odenkirk) makes while hiding in Nebraska. When we see these objects pop up throughout the story at important times, or they recur constantly, it’s safe to
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The following contains spoilers for Better Call Saul, Breaking Bad, and El Camino. The nice thing about Vince Gilligan’s Albuquerque universe in Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul is how neat and orderly it all is. Gilligan and his Bad and Saul writers (including Saul showrunner Peter Gould) take an engineer’s approach to crafting their