The Walking Dead has served its share of infuriatingly repugnant characters across its eleven long years on AMC. Indeed, the show’s devoted audience is quite accustomed to seeing insufferable asshats torment and/or kill beloved characters, creating an empty, sour return on emotional investment. Robert Kirkman’s source material comic book indicates that the most infuriating of
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And just like that it was Spooky Season. Having said that, Netflix’s list of new releases for October 2021 isn’t as horror-centric as one might think. But there is still plenty of streaming candy to be found. Three existing Netflix original series of note get new seasons this month. It all starts with The Baby-Sitters
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Thank goodness it’s Halloween. Now we can finally stop pretending that anything matters other than the spooky-ookies! With its list of new releases for October 2021, Disney+ certainly isn’t pretending. Halloween looms large on Disney+ this month. It all starts with LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales on Oct. 1. This special picks up with Poe
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Halloween season is the perfect time to curl up with a scary read. Here are our top picks for new horror books in October 2021 … The Death of Jane Lawrence by Caitlin Starling  Type: NovelPublisher: St. Martin’s PressRelease date: Oct. 5 Den of Geek says: One of the buzziest horror novels this season is
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New World breaks from some MMORPG character-building traditions in fascinating ways, but like pretty much every other RPG ever made, the game ultimately relies on stats and attributes to help determine the effectiveness of your created character. That being said, it’s not immediately clear exactly how New World‘s attributes actually work. While the game tries
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Rocky IV is often callously dismissed as a motion picture punchline embodying 1980s absurdity and the popcorn-friendly selling-out what was once an Oscar-winning franchise. However, the film remains widely beloved, and clearly means a lot to its star/writer/director, Sylvester Stallone. Having long felt the 1985 film was unfinished, Stallone recently took upon the task of
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J.J. Abrams’ spy drama Alias, which turns 20 this week, was a lot of things: high-octane action-adventure series, twentysomethings relationship drama, occasional National Treasure homage. It was also, surprisingly, a spiritual predecessor to today’s hyper-saturated superhero movie and TV universes: A preternaturally gifted fighter, Sydney Bristow (Jennifer Garner) inhabits comic-book-esque alter egos to infiltrate secret
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New World features some of the most interesting character-building, skills, and weapons systems I’ve seen in an MMO in quite some time. While many MMO developers talk about balancing such systems to discourage meta min-maxing and encourage experimentation, New World‘s flexibility genuinely encourages you to explore a variety of builds to see what works best
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Remember George Lucas? He’s back… in figure form! Yes, the filmmaking visionary who, with some help, conceived a ubiquitously-dominant film franchise, is set to be immortalized in plastic via the practice that put the Star Wars merchandising machine on the map. Indeed, Hasbro Toys has revealed a new George Lucas rendition, this one arriving in
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This Squid Game article contains MAJOR spoilers. From the very first game of ddakji out in the real world with Train to Busan actor Gong Yoo, Squid Game poses the question: how far would you go for money? How much of your body, your life, would you trade to keep the wolves at bay and
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As Disney’s Star Wars Sequel Trilogy movies became a hot button topic in recent years, the scathing stigma once widely attached to their immediate predecessors, Lucasfilm’s 1999-2005 Prequel Trilogy, has oddly eased back. It’s a phenomenon that, 16 years after their conclusion, is attributed to generational nostalgia and, arguably, plot-enriching context on the films’ era
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For non-Korean viewers, many of the children’s games horrifyingly showcased in Netflix’s Squid Game were new. Not to fans of Run BTS, though. The long-running variety show regularly sees the seven members of global sensation BTS partake in a diverse offering of silly games and competitions—as befits any Korean variety show worth its salt. If
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There are so many legendary aspects of The Sopranos that it’s hard to pick just one. Between masterful storytelling, deep character development, and uncanny acting, everything comes together to create a show that has been enjoyed for over two decades now. The most artistic aspect of the package, however, may just be the use of
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The latest Metroid Dread previews include quite a few (mostly positive) words about the highly-anticipated upcoming Switch game, but the one word that’s jumping out at everyone at the moment is “scary.” Granted, the Metroid franchise has always utilized horror elements (its revolutionary atmosphere can partially be attributed to the various ways it was influenced
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This article contains light spoilers for Midnight Mass. As far as vacation spots go, Crockett Island on Netflix’s Midnight Mass doesn’t seem to be a bad choice. The weather is chilly, but a nice cable-knit sweater will take care of that. There are also plenty of feral kitties to attempt to pet. Best of all,
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This Money Heist article contains MAJOR spoilers for Season 5. For any fan of Money Heist, the upcoming final season is bittersweet. This global phenomenon has been one helluva ride. The Season 5, Volume 1 finale left us hanging on the edge of our seats with a brutal episode that broke our hearts once more.
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