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‘Preacher’ Final Season Review: Episodes 1 and 2- Sound The Horns

“Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience.” James 1:3 For those who’ve been keeping score, Preacher (AMC) is …

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‘Moonlighter: Between Worlds’ DLC Review: Now with more dungeon-y goodness! 

moonlighter

If you loved Moonlighter, you’ll enjoy it’s DLC, Between Worlds.  Moonlighter is an adorably pixelated indie game that focuses not …

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A Love Letter to ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’

Who Framed Roger Rabbit, a little gem from the late ’80s, is a great tribute to the noir genre that takes its viewers on a fun ride through the history of cartoons.

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Jinn Review: A Smokeless Pyre for Arabic Horror on Netflix

Jinn Season 1

Jinn is a rushed production that uses basic tropes as a way to simply just get something out there.

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Weekend Movie Brawls #6: Batman Films v. Superman Films

Hello and Happy Friday, everyone, and welcome to Weekend Movie Brawls! Here, we take an in-depth look at films with …

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Young Justice Outsiders: Quiet Conversations, Loud Pride

Young Justice, Forager, Conner, Black Lightning as they look on shocked

Season 3 Episode 20 of Young Justice has a major character coming out of the closet following a positive trend …

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‘Veronica Mars’ Season 4 Review: Chicken Noodle Soup for the Noir Soul

If you are a fan of Veronica Mars, the revival is a perfect gift for you in 2019.

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High-Octane Adventure and Unexpected Twists in ‘The Demon Within’

Dale Highland has deadly secret, one she’s been running from since the age of seventeen. Ten years as a fugitive …

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‘Anima’ Review: Finding Love in Dreams

Anima, shadows of frustration

Thom Yorke, the acclaimed Radiohead lead singer, starred in this beautiful short film shot by academy nominated director Paul Thomas …

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‘The Tombs’ Takes Us Into a Paranormal Asylum

Part steampunk, part historical fantasy, sprinkle in adventure, grit, and colorful characters, The Tombs tells the story of sixteen-year-old Avery Kohl who …

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Review: Fun but Leaves a lot to Desire

In Quentin Tarantino’s ninth movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, his love letter to the ’60s has fun playing in the world but bloats an interesting character study.

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‘Stronger Than A Bronze Dragon’ Review and Interview

Stronger Than A Bronze Dragon

As part of the Nerd Girls Book Tour, I reviewed Stronger Than A Bronze Dragon, a YA fantasy adventure written …

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