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What goes up must come down. Right?
The children will be seen and heard.

The Curse Review: “Down and Dirty” Digs Beyond the Soil and Into the Bedrock

Lines are both drawn and crossed in this wild episode.

The Curse Review: “Self-Exclusion” Doesn’t Protect, Only Attacks

If only someone could put a stop to this monstrous makeover machine...

The Curse Review: In “The Fire Burns On” Rebirth is Defined by Scorching, Not Shedding

Shifts and shakeups abound when Ashley's shown her vision.

The Curse Review: The Hosts and Their House Fail at Keeping Cool in “It’s A Good Day”

We're now mid-season and though subtle, big shakeups are on the horizon in the little town of Española.

The Curse Review: There’s Plenty Room for Shady Stuff “Under the Big Tree”

"Under the Big Tree" piles on problems for Whitney and Asher while making it known the biggest problem is still themselves.

The Curse Review: These New Kids Are Not Welcomed on the Block in “Questa Lane”

The third episode of The Curse finds some hopes dashed and some found. It's a good time for a night watch.

The Curse Review: What’s Meaning Without Understanding in “Pressure’s Looking Good So Far”

The second episode of The Curse gives us some ugly truths.

In Showtime’s The Curse, the “Land of Enchantment” is an Oasis By Design

The talents of Nathan Fielder and Benny Safdie converge in this Showtime collaboration with A24.

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