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Marvel’s Luke Cage 1.02 Recap Review

Trouble in Harlem has a certain smell, Pop wants Cottonmouth to remember his history, and Luke has had a long day. After defending his landlady and her restaurant, Genghis Connie’s, from Cottonmouth’s thugs, Luke walks into Pop’s with a renewed sense of purpose. But the day’s discussions of African American …

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WESTWORLD: 1.01 The Original/ 1.02.Chestnut

Based on the famed 1973 sci-fi western from one of the most brilliant novelists and story tellers of our time, the late great Michael Crichton, and coming to our screens from the home of The Sopranos, Six Feet Under, True Blood and Game of Thrones, not to mention developed for …

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: The Jersey Devil/Shadows

In some respects the first stumbling blocks for the series, The Jersey Devil and Shadows are not by any stretch of the imagination the worst episodes of The X-Files, although in the case of the latter its writers may have you think otherwise. Written by Chris Carter, The Jersey Devil …

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Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD 4.03 Recap Review

Inhuman blackouts send the world into chaos, Quake and the Ghost Rider team up, and Simmons kills May. While spending time in Miami for her friend’s bachelorette party, an Inhuman extremist group blacks out the entire city, threatening to his more cities every hour unless the Sokovian Accords and Inhuman …

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THE ToG MOVIE BUCKET LIST #7: The Truman Show

There are two genres that can prove to be darkly prophetic. On the one hand you have science fiction. Think of 2001:A Space Odyssey, Blade Runner, or even RoboCop, and how they have seemingly predicted things that have come to pass. The other is satire. RoboCop would also fall under …

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PEOPLE ARE STRANGE:A Retrospective on The Lost Boys (1987)

It’s hard to believe that The Lost Boys will be thirty years old next year. Released in 1987, the horror comedy has retained a massive cult following, with so much having stemmed from it; the two Coreys, the career of Jack Bauer, action figures, comic books, one of the best movie …

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Short Film Interview with Nico Raineau & Lauren Schacher

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Good day everyone! Chelsea and I recently had an opportunity to sit down with Writer/Director Nico Raineau and Writer/Lead Actress Lauren Schacher to discuss their recently released short film, Mother’s Day. Short Film Review Mother’s Day is about a hapless young woman who wakes up in the bed of yet …

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