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On Friday, word got out that Xochitl Gomez (of Netflix’s Babysitter’s Club) was joining Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the sequel to Marvel’s trippiest pre-Endgame movie. And with a title like that, and the presences of Marvel’s foremost reality bender (Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch, fresh out of the potentially timeline shattering WandaVision), the
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Come every October, audiences can be guaranteed that programming will shift over to horror-centric content to fit with Halloween. With the litany of streaming services that now exist, it’s gone from being difficult to fill 31 days of content to it being a serious struggle to fit everything in. There’s horror programming everywhere at the
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Sound the alarm! It’s the commencement of the annual Purge, with episode one of The Purge aftershow on Afterbuzz TV! Hosts Ty Matthews, Danny Royce, Jaimi Gray and Ollie Drennan will be breaking down the premiere of the brand-new Purge mini-series, including news, gossip, predictions, survival tips, and so much more! Just remember how much
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All streaming services go through a down period after the excitement of Spooky Season, it’s only natural. Thankfully with its list of new releases for November 2020, Hulu is making the best out of a barren pop culture landscape. For starters, Hulu is premiering one of its major 2020 reboots this month as Animaniacs arrives
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It’s a strangely feel-good finale. After spending more than two hours witnessing a gross miscarriage of justice that seemed to suggest the deck is stacked against those the establishment deems “radical” or “extreme,” Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the Chicago 7 ends with the smallest of victories being given Hollywood heft. Tom Hayden (Eddie Redmayne)
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Every once in a while, someone likes to declare that the horror genre is dead, and so far, every one of those predictions has been wrong. Horror movies have been around almost as long as filmmaking itself, and while the genre has always been cyclical in nature –dipping, sometimes drastically, in both quality and quantity
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Does America have a favorite witch? Our friends over at Spruce have the answer, broken down by every state in the US! “The Spruce team loves settling in and watching some great Halloween movies this time of year, preferably with some pumpkin-flavored snacks. You’ve got your classics, like Hocus Pocus, your re-makes, such as The
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On Oct. 16, Hulu will be releasing the latest Marvel tie-in series Helstrom. It’s not so much like one of those upcoming Disney+ MCU shows that feature high-profile superheroes telling stories that will be important to the overall fictional universe. It’s more like Daredevil or Runaways where quality be damned, you’re never going to hear
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This Supernatural review contains spoilers! Supernatural Season 15 Episode 15 Sam and Dean take a little backseat to this week’s episode directed by Supernatural alum Matt Cohen. Jack and Castiel are where the majority of the story takes place as they investigate a series of gruesome murders connected to a church. It’s a feel-good moment
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The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special looks to simultaneously celebrate and lampoon the concept of holiday specials—specifically those notoriously tied to the Star Wars franchise—this November. However, the Disney+ designated event has been revealed to feature some returning cinematic alumni for its voice cast. The voice cast lineup for the special reveals that Kelly Marie
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The classic space opera hero Buck Rogers is coming back, according to The Wrap. Legendary Entertainment (Godzilla: King of the Monsters) has snagged the movie rights to the 92-year-old character, with producers Don Murphy (Transformers) and Susan Montford set to steer the project through Murphy’s Angry Films production company. Buck Rogers brought sci-fi elements like
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It takes a certain amount of cojones to remake a movie by Alfred Hitchcock, especially one that nabbed the Academy Award for Best Picture and remains a stone cold classic some 80 years after it first came out. But that’s what British director Ben Wheatley has done with Rebecca, albeit with a film (his first