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We don’t just recap the best TV and movies starring the genre characters we love. No, we dive deep into the characters and story, and breaking it down for fans or those want to understand why these modern myths are some of our greatest literature.

DC ComicsReviewsTV Shows
Stargirl Series Premiere Brings Global Super-Conflict to Small Town America

When it comes to superheroes, Stargirl isn’t exactly a household name. The character, created by Geoff Johns to honor his late sister, ties back to the earliest legacy of DC Comics. The Stargirl series premiere […]

May 18, 2020
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Snowpiercer First Episode Review- Is It Worth Our Time?

Snowpiercer, the 2013 film adaptation of a French graphic novel, blew viewers away with its careful handling of a massive concept. After just enough time passed for fans to start missing it, television decided to […]

May 18, 2020
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Batwoman Finale Brings A Close To Strong, Imperfect, and Abbreviated Season 1

Due to the production shutdown in response to the novel coronavirus outbreak, many television series have shortened seasons. However, the last episode in season 1 of Batwoman actually works as a pretty good finale. It’s […]

May 18, 2020
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Doom Patrol Season 1 Captures Insane Magic of Comics, Shows Potential For Cape Shows To Come

The second season of Doom Patrol will premiere on both HBO Max and DC Universe in June. Yet, despite being a critically successful prestige series, not many folks in the United States have seen it. […]

May 17, 2020
MoviesReviews
Alien Retro Review – A Film That Redefines Everything

There will never be a shortage of space films. Our natural fascination with the vast unknown has been explored in countless ways, from 2001: A Space Odyssey to Star Wars. Thanks to the ever-growing information we […]

May 13, 2020
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Spoiler Review: I Love Outlander, But It Has A Rape Problem

The season finale of Outlander aired on Sunday (on Mother’s Day, no less). And we need to talk about it. Namely, we need to talk about the rape problem on this show (and in the books). […]

May 12, 2020
MoviesReviews
The Lodge Movie Review: Winter of Discontent

The Lodge, a movie from the duo who also made Ich seh, ich seh (Goodnight Mommy)–a movie I’m now too scared to see–had a limited release earlier this year. It is now more widely available […]

May 9, 2020
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Justice League Dark: Apokolips War Is a Thrilling, Fitting End to the DC Animated Movie Universe

In 2013, DC animation launched a series of films that only just culminated with the new film Justice League: Dark Apokolips War. The 15 films in this new saga are adult-themed stories loosely based on […]

May 7, 2020
GAMINGReviews
Mass Effect 3 Is a Flawed, Imperfect Ending to a Glorious Gaming Narrative: Retro Review

Despite what you may have heard, Mass Effect 3 is a fantastic ending to an inspired trilogy of games. We’ve discussed (at length) the controversy that led to the Extended Cut DLC. All that aside, […]

April 26, 2020
GAMINGReviews
Moving Out Review – A Fun Way to Bond and Rage with Friends

I don’t know many people who enjoy moving. Some would say taking a widely disliked task and making it into a game would be crazy. Well, we now have Moving Out, a game that makes […]

April 24, 2020
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