Turn off the Lights
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Miracle Workers Review
February 20, 2019 | TV Reviews
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The Passage Review
February 17, 2019 | TV Reviews
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Alita: Battle Angel
February 12, 2019 | Movie Reviews
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Mary, Queen of Scots
February 12, 2019 | Movie Reviews
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Glass
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Sometimes Always Never
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Ben is Back
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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.

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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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“It’s way too late to help Earth,” a newly-transferred angel is warned at the beginning of TBS’ new comedy Miracle Workers. While that may not be news, I’m afraid the only headline I can craft after watching the pilot of this show is it’s way too late to help Miracle Workers. The show, based on […]

7.0
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There’s a moment at the end of the pilot of Fox’s new thriller, The Passage, that perfectly sums up what works in the show: Despite already abdicating his duty as a federal agent and saving his “assignment” by getting into a shootout with government agents that likely left several dead, the protagonist asks the child […]

Movies

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Robert Rodriguez may not be a household name, but the range of this director’s work proves that he is willing to take on any genre with his signature manner. From Once Upon a Time in Mexico to the Spykids franchise to Sin City, he has proven that he is a risk taker when it comes […]

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Our society is dictated by how quickly we can gain information and in a few clicks or swipes, most of the information needed is available at our fingertips. The internet is full of details about every subject that has impacted mankind, including our history. The challenge is finding sources that are reliable and accurate. From […]

Comics

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There has been a surge in the number of female superheroes over the past few years, but when you look at female super villains, the pool is considerably smaller. The reasons for why could be its own article, but there are only a handful of top-tier female super villains. So let’s talk about the best […]

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For many years, the “Marvel Event” was a staple of the summer comic book publishing calendar. It produced such noteworthy series as Civil War, Secret Invasion and Secret Wars. However, there was also a sense that many readers were suffering from “event fatigue” – how one event seemed to immediately launch into the build-up for […]