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She Hulk Episode Intelligencia

‘She-Hulk’ Introduces a Supervillain Threat with Phase One Ties

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We examine ‘She-Hulk’ Episode 6 and consider who’s running the Intelligencia message board.

Fantastic Fest Poster

The 12 Most Anticipated Films of Fantastic Fest 2022

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Fantastic Fest hopes chaos will finally reign again!

Nothing But Trouble

We Need to Talk About How Weird ‘Nothing But Trouble’ Is

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“They’re Brazillionaires. They have breakfast at 2 pm in the afternoon.”

Andor Series Premiere Review

‘Andor’ Flexes Some Serious Prequel Power in its Premiere

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Here is the Star WARS story Rogue One promised to be.

Star Trek The Motion Picture K Restoration

How the 4K Restoration Returns the Humanity to ‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture’

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We chat with restoration producer David C. Fein about assembling Robert Wise’s Director’s Cut in 4K Ultra HD with Dolby Vision. My god, it’s full of stars.

Spring Breakers Piano

Why ‘Spring Breakers’ Marked the End of the Indie Sleaze

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Here’s a video essay on why Harmony Korine’s ‘Spring Breakers’ is the candy-colored punctuation mark at the end of the era of Indie Sleaze.

Rings Of Power Episode The Great Wave

Tolkien’s Nightmarish Great Wave Arrives in ‘The Rings of Power’

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At the center of this series is a childhood nightmare and one Tolkien also supplied to a central ‘Lord of the Rings’ character.

M*A*S*H: Sometimes You Hear The Bullet

One Early M*A*S*H Episode Proved That Sitcoms Can Break Our Hearts

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The season one M*A*S*H episode “Sometimes You Hear the Bullet” revealed the show’s bleeding heart, and gave voice to profound topics it would keep returning to throughout its storied run.