The Monster and the Superhero Finds More Than One ‘Monster’ in Stranger Things

Two episodes into Season 4 and Stranger Things has given us new characters, elevated smaller roles, and introduced a new villain. But the endgame still isn’t clear and the Hawkins gang is spread pretty thinly. And Episode 3, The Monster and the Superhero, promises to bring back another character. Does the title’s ‘superhero’ and ‘monster’ […]

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Vecna’s Curse Introduces Hawkins to a New Nightmare

And we’re back with the second episode of the super-sized season of Stranger Things.  The Duffer Brothers may have had us wait for three years, but they’ve made up for it with a big season. Plenty happens in this episode, entitled Vecna’s Curse. Get ready because this is a busy episode. For this season, Stranger […]

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The Friendly Type Brings Moon Knight to the Streets of Cairo

Time flies by quickly when you’re having fun. With its third episode, The Friendly Type, Moon Knight officially reaches its halfway point. Though the Disney Plus series certainly hasn’t dragged its feet, The Friendly Type needs to introduce a bit of urgency to its overall story. So far the series has given us more banter […]

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Summon the Suit Fleshes Out Moon Knight Lore For the MCU

After introducing us to Steven Grant in The Goldfish Problem, Moon Knight answers a lot of questions in Summon The Suit. Of course, with only six episodes, Moon Knight can’t afford to waste much time. It’s more complex narrative, rich mythology, and lack of mainstream familiarity necessitates a bit more urgency in its storytelling. While […]

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AHS 1984 True Killers Takes Its Aerobics Seriously

So Episode 4 was busy. Very busy. As its title implied, True Killers seemingly showed this season’s entire hand, revealing origins for all its major villains. To say there were major revelations would be an understatement. More deaths, more flashback, and more 80’s nostalgia. But does True Killers leave any story left for AHS 1984 […]

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AHS 1984: Slashdance Delivers More ‘Gnarly’ Twists

Did religious conservative Camp Redwood owner Margaret Booth frame Mr Jingles? Is Camp Redwood cursed or haunted? Is Brooke a victim or a suspect? Our last episode, Mr Jingles, raised a lot of interesting questions and left us on a cliffhanger. Now the wonderfully 80’s-titled Episode 3, Slashdance, has our counselors split up and trapped. […]

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Silence Lay Steadily: Hill House Takes Us Into the Belly of the Beast

So we’ve finally arrived – the final episode of The Haunting of Hill House. No more character-centric episodes. All roads have brought us to the ‘Red Room’. There are so many questions lingering as we go into this last episode. So what does Mike Flanagan have in store for us. Silence Lay Steadily’s cold open […]

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Screaming Meemies: No One Wakes Up From Hill House’s Nightmare

We’re down to the last two episodes and there are so many questions left. Can Mike Flanagan and The Haunting of Hill House deliver an emotionally satisfying conclusion that also addresses most of the missing puzzle pieces? That remains to be seen, but prepare yourself for a downer of an episode. It’s entitled Screaming Meemies, […]

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