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This Manifest review contains spoilers. Manifest Season 3 Episode 3 This week’s Manifest episode had a lot going for it. It had government intrigue (arguably the most fulfilling aspect of the serial story over the past three seasons), a satisfying puzzle-style calling, and a return of the deep historical mythology surrounding Al-Zuras. Some might argue
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In an industry dependent on ever-changing technology, there’s no video game company quite like Nintendo. They made a name for themselves as the company so synonymous with gaming that parents called every game console “Nintendos” for years to come, and they’re still the source of some of gaming’s greatest modern experiences. There have been a
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This Fear the Walking Dead review contains spoilers.  Fear the Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 8 Well, damn. This is a real heartbreaker of an episode, isn’t it? If you haven’t heeded the spoiler warning above, here’s another one for you: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD for this episode. If for some reason you jumped straight to this review without first watching
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Everyone deserves love. If this ends up being Wynonna Earp‘s final legacy, then it’s a fitting one for a show that moved the needle on queer representation on TV and always had an immense degree of empathy for its characters, even and perhaps especially when those characters got things wrong. In a pop culture that
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The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’s third episode was another important step forward for Marvel’s second Disney+ series. The hour found Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) springing Captain America nemesis Baron Zemo (Daniel Brühl) from prison and heading off to new Marvel location Madripoor.  Even more thrilling than the introduction of
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Writer-director Neil Burger has dipped into science fiction both for adults and the YA audience a couple of times throughout his career. First with his 2011 film Limitless, in which Bradley Cooper becomes a mental powerhouse thanks to a mysterious drug; in 2014, he helmed Divergent, one of the last gasps of the dystopian young
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There are a lot of reasons to love the Sega Genesis, but in my mind, the console’s best feature was its library of arcade-like titles. At a time when the idea of playing arcade games at home involved winning the lottery, the Genesis gifted gamers with title after title that captured the spirit of those
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This giveaway is hosted in partnership with Most self-identifying nerds have struggled with that identity at some point or another. While geek culture is firmly mainstream culture these days, there are still some lingering stigmas associated with loving certain kinds of pop culture stories so passionately that you spend your time and money engaging with
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While the origin story of The Walking Dead’s antihero former big bad was effectively revealed in Season 10 finale “Here’s Negan,” it noticeably missed most of the comic book miniseries it adapts. Indeed, the episode may have showcased the arc of Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s Negan from philandering former Phys Ed teacher to post-apocalyptic barbed-wire-bat-swinging badass,
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This My Hero Academia review contains spoilers. My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 2 “Have you ever thought about the feelings of those they left behind?”“I’ve thought so much about it that I’ve gone crazy.” My Hero Academia season 5 technically started last week with “All Hands on Deck! Class 1-A” and it’s become an
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he following article contains Godzilla vs. Kong spoilers. After three movies of build-up, the battle lines are drawn. The mighty Godzilla goes toe-to-toe with the titan gorilla King Kong over who is the alpha of the MonsterVerse. While the movie doesn’t have the epic, apocalyptic feel which came with its predecessor Godzilla: King of the