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Let The Right One In Series

‘Let the Right One In’ Could’ve Just Stayed Dead

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Showtime’s ten-episode series aims to recapture some of the horror and intrigue of this new classic story, but fails on most levels.

The Midnight Club Netflix

‘The Midnight Club’ is Heartfelt Coming-of-Age Horror With An Anthology Twist

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The Haunting of Hill House creator Mike Flanagan and Bly Manor writer-producer Leah Fong return with another spooky saga set at a mysterious teen hospice facility.

Interview With The Vampire

‘Interview with the Vampire’ Offers a Dark and Delicious Revision To A Familiar Story

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The vampire Louis sets the record straight in a playful and delightfully dramatic new take on Anne Rice’s Interview with The Vampire.

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.

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.

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.

Rings Of Power Episode

‘The Rings of Power’ and the Easily Corrupted Hearts of Men

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You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.