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Presented by: We now know that hit animated sci-fi sitcom comedy Rick and Morty will be coming back for a fifth season in just a few months. But maybe that’s not soon enough for you. Maybe you need more Rick and Morty right now. Perhaps you just unsealed your very last packet of coveted szechuan
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This Manifest review contains spoilers. Manifest Season 3 Episode 2 Secrets abound in Manifest season 3, and the promise of a payoff when those secrets are revealed is enticing in the extreme. Again, there’s always a few bumpy moments when the callings clunkily manipulate characters into their convenient narratives, but once everyone is in place,
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In addition to being a rare four-hour blockbuster, Zack Snyder’s Justice League, a.k.a. the Snyder Cut, has been one of the most fascinating movie experiments in some time.  Due in part to an unfailingly passionate fan campaign, Warner Brothers’ major DC superhero team-up got two bites at the apple, first with the studio-favored Justice League
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This Supergirl article contains spoilers for Season 6, Episode 2, “A Few Good Women.” While our heroes work on freeing Supergirl from the Phantom Zone and its resident space dementors, Lex Luthor’s courtroom drama over his latest plan for world domination plays out expeditiously. It’s a somewhat uneven hour of television that does best when it leans
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Outriders is a pretty good looter shooter, but the game doesn’t always do a great job of explaining some of its more complicated mechanics outside of some small menu text. It also does a pretty bad job of explaining what you’re supposed to do with the game’s locked gear. The idea of items you can’t
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This Wynonna Earp article contains spoilers for Season 4, Episode 11: “Better Dig Two.” “Better Dig Two,” the penultimate episode of Wynonna Earp Season 4, gave viewers a lot to unpack. Waverly was a Dark Angel, and then she wasn’t. Doc was the Clanton heir, and then he wasn’t. Everything was fucked, and then it
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With Outriders, Square Enix and Bulletstorm developer People Can Fly deliver a brand new looter shooter experience to rival games like Destiny, The Division, and Warframe. While it’s still too early to tell just how this online experience ultimately compares to the games that have come before, it does have one major thing in common
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Ever since Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures announced they were building a “MonsterVerse,” this is the fight everyone’s been waiting for: Godzilla vs. Kong. Fire meets fur. As the undisputedly most popular monsters in movie history, King Kong and Godzilla are responsible for the entire idea of a “kaiju versus” film thanks to their first
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Warning: contains spoilers for Line of Duty series six, episode two. From the Brink’s-Mat Robbery, to predatory sex offender Jimmy Savile, the scripts for police drama Line of Duty are peppered with mention of real-world criminal cases. Blending reality and fiction cements the show’s naturalism and feeds into each series’ themes. Series six revolves around
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Fantasy helps us take a break from reality when we need the respite, or learn more about our real world. Here are some of the fantasy books we’re planning on checking out this year… Top New Fantasy Books April 2021 The Light of the Midnight Stars by Rena Rossner Type: NovelPublisher: RedhookRelease date: April 13