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The SNES isn’t just the greatest Nintendo console of all-time: it’s the home of a truly impressive collection of classic games, underrated gems, and, for our purposes today, a shocking number of games that never got the sequel they deserved. While you can usually list the business reasons why certain games don’t get sequels, that
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“Based on a true story” is the hook that the Conjuring universe was built on. A franchise where the main entries feature events from the case files of real life paranormal investigating couple Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) it’s a good gimmick that has served the series well so far –
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The opening credits of Paramount+’s reboot of beloved Nickelodeon cartoon Rugrats are mighty familiar. Composer Mark Mothersbaugh’s synthesizer chimes away as the action follows the titular infants having a particularly lively play day in a suburban living room. Tommy Pickles does a handstand. Phil and Lil DeVille chase each other around. Angelica gets covered in
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This Army of the Dead article contains spoilers. It’s the most far-out moment in Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead: when Dieter (Matthias Schweighöfer) finds the skeletons of another squad of “graverobbers” just outside the casino vault, Vanderohe (Omari Hardwick) asks the young safecracker an ominous question: “Is it another team or is it us,
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Last night, K-pop band BTS appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert as part of their current promotional tour for new summer bop Butter. In addition to performing Butter (for the second time ever, after this past weekend’s Billboard Music Awards, where the band took home all four of the awards for which they
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This My Hero Academia review contains spoilers. My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 9 “Save people to win.” “Win to save people.” My Hero Academia’s current season has done an excellent job in highlighting many of the series’ more neglected characters, but it’s also functioned as an opportunity to demonstrate how much Class A’s most
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This Army of the Dead article contains spoilers. There’s a moment during Army of the Dead when a team led by former mercenary Scott Ward (Dave Bautista), on a mission to recover a casino owner’s cash from a vault in ruined, zombie-ravaged Las Vegas, comes upon the remains of a previous team seemingly sent into
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When Disney+ released the full poster for its latest Marvel series Loki, many fans had a similar reaction. “Yeah it’s nice to see Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, and Wunmi Mosaku, but…tell me more about that smiling orange clock in the bottom left.” Computer, enhance. Well, fellow Internet weirdos, ask and ye shall receive. Marvel released
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This article contains spoilers for Superman & Lois episode 6. There’s a moment in “Broken Trust,” Superman & Lois episode 6, that will make you confused about what show you’re watching. Volunteer assistant football coach Clark Kent is in Metropolis with the boys for their first game against their old school, and the first time
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This article contains Those Who Wish Me Dead spoilers. You can read our spoiler-free review here. What’s on the piece of paper? Why exactly do Aidan Gillen and Nicholas Hoult want this Connor kid dead so badly? The ending of Taylor Sheridan’s Those Who Wish Me Dead is purposefully vague about what all this killing
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