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UnREAL Season Three (Spoiler-Free) Review
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Women of Wakanda: Black Panther is the most Feminist MCU movie yet
February 16, 2018 | Movie Features
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I, Tonya Review
February 16, 2018 | Movie Reviews
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Maze Runner: The Death Cure Review
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Peter Rabbit Review
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The 15:17 to Paris Review
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That’s Not My Dog! Review
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Video Games

Read Full Article E3 2017

As the school year ends and summer begins, gamers everywhere look to E3 for hype and expectations. Be it further developments on games previously announced at past E3s or new IPs, gamers of every stripe find new games and hardware to check out. Among others, several notable upcoming events stick out for special consideration. Number […]

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The original Mass Effect video game series from BioWare and Electronic Arts is one of the most beloved and critically-acclaimed games series. However, some may not be aware but there have also been numerous Mass Effect tie-in comic books published by Dark Horse since the debut of the series. Some directly link to the comics […]

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A week ago, Hopoo Games announced a sequel to their first release, Risk of Rain. Early teaser footage shows familiar creatures, characters, and abilities making a return with the depth of the Unity engine. Risk of Rain started as a university project that enjoyed financial backing and further growth from Kickstarter. From there, Chucklefish Games […]

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As part of a livestream delving into how the game was created, Activision has dropped the first official trailer for Call of Duty: WWII. Straying away from the modern era, Call of Duty: WWII intends to return the series to its roots as a World War II shooter. The trailer focuses on a number of […]

Television

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I, like many critics, really enjoyed the first season of Lifetime’s UnREAL, which deftly explored the dark and ridiculous side of a Bachelor-esque dating show. And, like many critics, I was pretty disappointed with the show’s disjointed and uninspired second season, which – after a strong start– pulled the show’s focus from its stellar leading ladies (Shiri […]

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There was a lot to grumble (or, in some cases, shout in anger) about in season one of CBS All-Access’s Star Trek: Discovery. Looking back at the the ups and downs, it’s hard for me to recommend that someone shell out the money for the All-Access streaming service just to watch the series. While I’m […]

Movies

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While Black Panther is obviously the most racially progressive film that Marvel has ever put out, what’s garnering less attention is how feminist it is. So far, the MCU hasn’t been great with diversity of race or gender. People of color have been limited to one quippy black sidekick per franchise, and literally no characters of […]

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For those who can remember ‘the incident’ that impacted the world of women’s figure skating, I, Tonya will be a confronting blast from the past. The film from Australian director Craig Gillespie delivers a brutally humorous glimpse into the life of Tonya Harding (Margot Robbie) and what led to the attack on the fellow skater, […]

Comics

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Check out Kat’s weekly comic book review show where she covers all the books she read in one show. Here is the list of books she covers: Action Comics #997, Batgirl and the Birds of Prey #19, Detective Comics #974, Sideways #1, Titans #20, Wonder Woman #40, Hack/Slash Vs. Vampirella #5, Invincible #144, Kick Ass #1, Kill or Be Killed #16, The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #42, The […]

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With decades of stories across many comic book titles, there are many individuals and teams who have faced off against the X-Men in the comics. Likewise, over the course of numerous X-Men-related films and TV shows released by 20th Century Fox, we have already seen many of the classic foes of the X-Men (including some […]