Turn off the Lights
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Hulu’s July Round-Up
July 16, 2018 | TV Features
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Hotel Artemis Review
July 16, 2018 | Movie Reviews
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Skyscraper Review
July 15, 2018 | Movie Reviews
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2018 Emmy Nominations Offer a Strange Mix of Nominees
July 12, 2018 | TV Features
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How The Handmaid’s Tale Season Two Fell Apart
July 11, 2018 | TV Features
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The Leisure Seeker Review
July 9, 2018 | Movie Reviews
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The Next Big Thing Review
July 8, 2018 | Movie Reviews

Video Games

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Enter the Rift: A full-immersion, real-time VR headset for the masses.

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A tale of turning thirty and twenty-five years of gaming.

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 […]

Television

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July is nearly halfway over, which means it’s time to fill you in on the new original programming set to land on Hulu in these next few weeks. Unlike fellow streaming site Netflix (which seems to have more programming than any sane person could watch in a given month), Hulu has only a handful of […]

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I accepted many years ago that I would never fully understand how or why certain television shows get Emmy nominations. But, unlike the Golden Globes (where money talks when it comes to recognition in the television fields), the Emmy Awards hold themselves up as the gold standard of recognizing the best and the brightest in […]

Movies

7.5
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  Hotel Artemis has a hell of a premise – a hotel/hospital exclusively for criminals in a dystopian near future – and a fantastic cast to go with it. It’s a fun, energetic and creative crime thriller that falls just short of greatness. Think of it as a really good movie that’s one or two […]

6.0
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Skyscraper is a decent, unremarkable action movie with a handful of cool moments that are dragged down by bare-bones character work and a dry script. Dwayne Johnson stars as former FBI agent and amputee Will Sawyer who is hired to assess the security of the tallest building in the world – a skyscraper called The […]

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: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Annual #1, Batgirl #22, Detective Comics #979, Mera Queen of Atlantis #3, Titans Annual #2, Wonder Woman #45, Hit-girl #3, Kill or Be Killed #18, Regression #9, Saga #51, Witchblade #5, All-New Wolverine #34, Hunt For Wolverine […]

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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: The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #26, Action Comics #1000, Batman #45, Cave Carson has an Interstellar Eye #2, Injustice 2 #24, Mister Miracle #8, Superman #45, Xena #3, Infidel #2, Kick Ass #3, The Amazing Spider-Man #799, The Amazing Spider-Man […]