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Though the summer movie season is winding down (if it ever really started this year), Amazon Prime’s list of new releases for September 2021 is chock full of worthwhile movie options. For starters, Amazon’s library movie titles are quite good this month. September 1 sees the arrivals of heavyweights such as Apollo 13, Arachnophobia, Romeo
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While 2020 was a landmark year for the gaming industry thanks to the release next-gen consoles and PC graphics cards, there are plenty of exciting new games to play 2021. From highly-anticipated sequels like Halo Infinite and Resident Evil Village to brand-new experiences such as New World and Deathloop, there are plenty of titles to
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Fans who wished for Manifest season 4 had reason to hope that Netflix would rescue their beloved show, but they might wonder why it took so long to finally make the announcement. After all, the show was in the streaming giant’s top 10 list ever since NBC announced its cancelation. But there may have been
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U.S. Paralympic swimmer Jamal Hill has big goals. “I set out upon this journey to become the LeBron James of swimming – to just become the greatest that I can be, but also the most recognized swimmer in the world,” Hill tells Den of Geek. Hill was just 10 years old when he first experienced
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Netflix might as well be the San Fernando Valley, since the streaming giant has karate on its algorithmic brain, thanks to escalating hype from hit television acquisition Cobra Kai. Indeed, the series has just nabbed an advance fifth season renewal, arriving on the heels of a status-elevating Emmy nomination for Outstanding Comedy amongst other nods.
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Warning: contains spoilers for the Clickbait finale. Criticising Netflix’s Clickbait for implausibility feels a bit like criticising a branch of McDonalds for not having a Michelin star – it’s missing the point. Of course Clickbait is implausible, it’s a McSpicy with fries, not Beluga caviar. It’s trashy and twisty and formulated to keep us watching until it serves up
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In celebration of Halo‘s upcoming 20th anniversary (as well as the upcoming release of Halo Infinite), Microsoft has announced that they’re releasing a limited edition Halo-themed Xbox Series X console as well as a special Halo-themed Xbox Series X controller. While the controller is amazing, it’s the Xbox Series X that’s the real prize here.
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Few shows’ schedules were hit harder by the coronavirus pandemic than HBO’s Emmy-award winning drama Succession. As recounted in a sprawling (and superb) New Yorker piece, season 3 of the beloved satire about the wealthy Roy family was set to begin filming in April of 2020 before the pandemic upended the those plans.  According to
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This article contains major spoilers for The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf There are many good reasons why The Witcher doesn’t feature Geralt of Rivia beheading a vampire and then quipping, “Fangs for the memories.” His sense of humor is more cutting and direct, definitely not as snarky as when his mentor Vesemir fights the
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Hugh Jackman is not a particularly nostalgic person. Which is interesting when you realize he’s more than once inhabited characters obsessed with looking backward. And that’s never been truer than for a guy like Nick Bannister, Jackman’s broken protagonist at the heart of Reminiscence. Like a certain feral X-Men antihero, Nick suffers from a lifetime
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If there’s one thing that Money Heist has mastered, it’s the cliffhanger. The cancelled Spanish series that was reborn on Netflix took the world by storm, sparking a global revolution that has so many nail-biting edge-of-your-seat twists and turns that it’s nearly impossible not to binge it all once you’re hooked. The show is a
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Can you ever really go home? Millions of cinephiles are likely asking themselves this as summer 2021 winds down with doubt again lingering over their favorite movie houses. For a time, theaters were once again open for big business in the U.S. and UK, and remain so in at least one of those venues. But
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This article contains spoilers for Brand New Cherry Flavor. Brand New Cherry Flavor is an intense, at times bizarre experience. The Netflix horror series based on the Todd Grimson book of the same name intends to capture a dream-like witchiness in early ‘90s L.A. To that end, it’s hard to argue that the endeavor is
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