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Despite its overtly referential title, Joe Carnahan’s unrelenting, made-for-Hulu murder-fest, Boss Level, actually isn’t as desperate to appeal to gamers as one might think. There are a handful of references to video games here and there, and the movie’s time-loop plot device does evoke the low-stakes, repetitive experience of playing games. But this is no
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This Clarice review contains spoilers. Clarice Episode 4 Clarice, episode 4, “You Can’t Rule Me,” is a misnomer. Unlike its source material, The Silence of the Lambs, it plays by a lot of rules. Agent Clarice Starling (Rebecca Breeds), and the ViCAP unit she works at under Deputy Assistant Attorney General Paul Krendler (Michael Cudlitz)
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We’re entering a golden age for PC gaming. The next generation of graphics cards are capable of pumping out 4K graphics and high FPS on almost any big name release, and real-time raytracing is taking graphics to new heights that weren’t possible just a couple years ago. Add in Sony bringing more PlayStation ports to
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On tonight’s aftershow hosts Samantha Davidson and Tiona Hobson discuss Keelin and Freya’s (stolen) wedding, the brotherly love between Klaus and Elijah and the return of everyone’s favorite witch, Davina! Let us know your thoughts in the comments and be sure to HIT THAT THUMBS UP!! The Originals After Show: Sometimes you have to form
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Congruity is important in fiction. Trust and verisimilitude are the first casualties when breaches of the unspoken contract between creator and audience occur. Each of us has our own limits on what we’re prepared to accept before that crucial tipping point is reached and our minds unmoor from a piece of fiction. Although we understand
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A tiny robot is given the gift, life with only one limitation, the length of his power cable. When he sees a curious bird outside the workshop window, he will be inspired to reach beyond his limitations. “Reach” by Luke Randall Subscribe to the DUST Newsletter: https://bit.ly/signal_newsletter #DUST #scifi #shortfilm About DUST: DUST presents thought-provoking
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This Superman & Lois review contains spoilers. Superman and Lois Episode 2 There was a time, long ago, when big genre TV shows would get two hour premieres. Not the kind of two hour premiere that Superman & Lois had, where an episode that was actually a full hour without commercials got stretched out over
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This review contains no spoilers and is based on the first three episodes of PACIFIC RIM: THE BLACK season 1. Guillermo del Toro’s neon-drenched monsters-vs-robots epic Pacific Rim wore its influences proudly on its elbow cannon-equipped sleeves, so an anime-style spin-off makes a certain kind of inevitable sense. Pacific Rim: The Black is a seven-episode
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Are you ready to hit the streets as the Dark Knight when Batman: Arkham Knight lands in stores on June 23rd? Well, you will be after watching DC All Access’s exclusive “Story So Far” clip. Jason talks us through the key story points from Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City (so spoiler alert, if
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This All American review contains spoilers. All American Season 3, Episode 7 “Roll the Dice” gives us a break from current events and decides to show us all that went down in the summer before school started. Secrets, revelations, and confessions. How about that for a Vegas trip? Let’s discuss… What happens in Vegas… doesn’t
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In case you haven’t heard, the internet is wild about Elden Ring: an upcoming FromSoftware open-world title that sees Dark Souls creator Hidetaka Miyazaki team up with Game of Thrones writer George R.R. Martin. Even though we haven’t seen much of the game since it was revealed in 2019 with a simple teaser trailer, the
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Amidst Sunday night’s half-virtual/half-physical Golden Globes awards ceremony–which was riddled with technical glitches and overshadowed by controversy over the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s lack of Black representation in its cloistered ranks–one moment stood out as possibly the most powerful and clearly the most moving of the evening. That was when Taylor Simone Ledward, the widow
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