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This Clarice review contains spoilers. Clarice Episode 1 Clarice, episode 1, “The Silence is Over,” is a fairly literate title. It is set shortly after the events in the film The Silence of the Lambs, in the period when most agents should be reflecting on such an emotionally trying case. Especially since the agent, who
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This article contains WANDAVISION spoilers. “She recast Pietro?!” The vexing vicissitudes of WandaVision accomplished what was once unthinkable in the Marvel Cinematic Universe when Wanda’s long-deceased twin brother, Pietro Maximoff a.k.a. Quicksilver, appeared on her pseudo-sitcom doorstep with a franchise-altering twist, since it was Evan Peters’s quirky version of the speedster—from Fox’s X-Men movies—in lieu
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This article contains WandaVision spoilers and speculation that could lead to spoilers for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and the rest of the MCU. While WandaVision is busy keeping everybody guessing with its mysterious sitcom-inflected weirdness, the Super Bowl just reminded us that there’s a more relatively straightforward superhero action show coming to Disney+
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As soon as news dropped that Wynonna Earp Season 4 would be the final season of the fan favorite supernatural western to air on Syfy, the next logical question for most fans (including this one) was: could Wynonna Earp Season 5 happen elsewhere? In this age of peak distribution platforms and cult classics revived from
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Britney Spears is one of the most-covered and least-known celebrities of the modern era. She is a millennial icon whose songs were the soundtrack of a generation. A choreographed contradiction from her earliest burst onto pop stardom, the singer became a blank canvass for anyone carrying a paint brush. The FX docuseries The New York
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This Promised Neverland article contains spoilers for Season 2, Episode 5, as well as the manga source material. While Netflix-watchers eagerly anticipate The Promised Neverland Season 2, fans who watch the anime on Hulu or elsewhere are five episodes into the second season, and—for the most part—are increasingly nervous about the series’ narrative choices. After the
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Where horror meets speculative fiction you’ll find inventive fears and chilling uncertainty. Here are some of the horror books we’re most excited about and/or are currently consuming… Top New Horror Books in February 2021 The Burning Girls by C.J. Tudor Type: NovelPublisher: Ballantine BooksRelease date: Feb. 9 Den of Geek says: A spooky thriller set
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Nintendo’s recent announcement that they’ve decided to upgrade their multiplayer servers after about 10 years of relying on the “NEX” system isn’t just a cause of celebration over the hopes of better days to come. It’s a chance to look back on the great Nintendo multiplayer games of years gone by. It’s understandable if you
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Hey, remember when they released that picture of the CGI movie Sonic the Hedgehog and it was so freakish and unnerving that animators had to work overtime to fix it? Anywho, Sonic the Hedgehog is coming to Hulu this month. The heroic blue hedgehog who just wants to go fast is far from the only
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It still might be a little while before we’re able to go back to the movies again. Thankfully, with its list of new releases for February 2021, Amazon Prime is bringing the theater home. The movies are the real appeal this month. Amazon’s offerings are highlighted by two original films of note. The first is
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This article contains The Little Things spoilers. You can find our spoiler-free review here. It’s the piece of the puzzle Rami Malek’s Jim Baxter has been waiting for. The young—and now entirely ruined—LAPD police detective can stop wondering about the night before—the night his shovel cracked the skull of Albert Sparma (Jared Leto). At the
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Someone must have left the freezer door in the morgue open, because grisly reminders of the past are thawing before our eyes. You can see it this weekend with the release of John Lee Hancock’s The Little Things, a throwback to the days when movie stars hung out at crime scenes instead of in spandex,
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There have been some very public examples of works that began life as fanfiction (i.e. not-for-profit stories written in the already existing fictional worlds or pop culture, often by and for writers from communities underrepresented in commercial storytelling) only to later become published books— the most famous examples probably being E.L. James’ 50 Shades of
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While WandaVision takes inspiration from many other shows, one superhero shows in particular predates the Disney+ series’ weirdness: FX’s Legion. “Although what we’ve seen of WandaVision so far doesn’t have much in common with its MCU predecessors, there is one recent TV series that the Disney+ title is reminiscent of — FX’s Legion, which is