Tag Archive: tv

‘Squid Game’ is Also Remarkably Good

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A few days ago we heaped praise on the surprisingly good fourth season of Slasher, subtitled Flesh & Blood, for its Battle Royale Reality TV structure. It was unexpected, having grown from a… Continue reading

‘Slasher’ Season 4 Is Remarkably Good

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We haven’t engaged much with the previous seasons of the seasonal anthology series based on…well, slashers. The concept tends to stretch pretty thin if extended out to a series worth of screen time.… Continue reading

Fake Paranormal Documentaries

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It is no secret that ever since the early days of cable, documentaries about the paranormal tend to bring in the ratings. People are naturally curious about things they can not explain and… Continue reading

The IRL MCU Multiverse

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been fairly consistent in terms of quality. Television has been…less consistent…but really knocked it out of the park with Loki. That show has set a path for the… Continue reading

Kim’s Convenience: OK See You

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About a year or so ago I fell down a Wiki rabbit hole and learned about a series called Kim’s Convenience. I saw how in terms of acclaim and award gold in its… Continue reading

Death in Paradise Best Episodes

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On the beautiful island of Saint Marie you will find: sun, fun, beaches, and murder. Luckily, the cleverest (and quirkiest) Detective Inspectors in Britain have a habit of ending up on the police… Continue reading

Eerie Indiana: 30 Years of Weird

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His name was Marshall Teller, he used to live in New Jersey across the river from New York. It was polluted and full of crime and he loved it. But his parents wanted… Continue reading

Best DuckTales (2017) Episodes

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It is no secret that the focus of the Walt Disney Company nowadays is rehashing their classic properties for an easy profit. The end results are usually the soulless corporate-driven shows and movies… Continue reading

Quit Reviving 90’s TV Shows

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In 2015 a televised Pandora‚Äôs Box was opened, mind you I was happy they opened it and it was opened by those with the best of intentions. This was when the revival of… Continue reading

Rise and Fall of Syfy

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During the early days of cable television burgeoning networks were finding success catering to different niche markets. Atlanta media mogul, Ted Turner who started the whole shebang, had an empire of networks to… Continue reading