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Review: Mare of Easttown 2021 Tv Series

Don’t call Kate Winslet’s new HBO drama Mare of Easttown a “thriller.” She wouldn’t, anyway. “So often, crime stories and small town murders are described as a ‘thriller,’” the Oscar winner tells TVLine. “I don’t think you could really describe…

Review: The Penthouse 2021 Movie

Peter (David Schifter, Let Go and Let God, Bloody Ballet) and his wife Amanda (Vanessa Ore, Heaven Bound, One Church) have just bought a new home, the penthouse apartment in an oceanfront building no less. One with a great view…

Review: Cruel Summer 2021 TV Series

‘Cruel Summer’ is the latest psychological thriller series from creator Bert V. Royal set to hit Freeform platform this April. The Jessica Biel, produced series, takes place in the 90’s spanning over three summers in the life of two teenage…

Review: The Nevers 2021 Tv Series

The Nevers Episode 1Who is The Nevers for? Not kids, clearly. The frolicsome humour, cartoony performances and grade school social commentary might suggest so, but the nudity, cursing and blood say no. It’s meant for adults then, those of us…

Review: Shadow and Bone 2021 TV Series

One of the things I’ve always wondered about the different streaming services is how they decide the number of episodes to make for each season of a given series. If you look around, you’ll see the numbers range between six…

Review: Them 2021 Tv Series

Even if it seems like the easy way out, it’s hard not to compare the new Amazon Prime Video series “Them” to HBO’s buzzy “Lovecraft Country.” After all, you’ve got Black people navigating previously white spaces — in this case,…

Review: Dawn of the Beast 2021 movie

Dawn of the Beast opens by telling us that in one part of the Northeast Bigfoot sightings are quite common between September 4th and October 2nd. So are missing persons reports and suspicious deaths. The locals call it Dead Month…

Review: In the Earth 2021 Movie

Ben Wheatley struck out with his critically-maligned remake of “Rebecca” for Netflix last year, but fortunately he’s already rebounding with “In the Earth.” The project world premiered to strong buzz at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival and marks Wheatley’s return…

Review: Jakob’s Wife 2021 Movie

This isn’t news, but horror/comedies are among the most difficult subgenres to nail as finding the right tonal balance can be trickier than sucking coagulated blood through a paper straw. Add in the ubiquitous vampire threat, and filmmaker Travis Stevens‘…

Review: Virus Shark 2021 Movie

Virus Shark is a 2021 science-fiction horror film that revolves around a shark bite that gives rise to a worldwide pandemic. The shark bite spreads the fatal virus all around the world, throwing the globe into a frenzy. The premise…

Review: Chad 2021 Tv Series

Creator: Nasim PedradStars: Nasim Pedrad, Jake Ryan, Ella Mika For almost everyone, adolescence is a unique and personal caldron of anxiety. When Nasim Pedrad was growing up in Orange County, Calif., in the 1990s, she was simultaneously contending with a…

Review: The Barbarian and the Troll 2020

The Barbarian and the Troll is a new live-action puppet comedy series that premieres on Nickelodeon at 7:30 PM ET/PT on April 2. The series comes from Drew Massey and Mike Mitchell who serve as executive producers and follows the…

Review: Law & Order: Organized Crime 2021 Tv Series

After many years out of the franchise and a long promotional run-up to his return, Elliot Stabler is now back in the Law & Order universe as the lead character in the newest spinoff series, Law & Order: Organized Crime….

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Review: The Challenge: All Stars 2021 Tv Series

Greetings, fellow Challenge fans! It’s finally here. The version of the franchise we’ve all been reminiscing about on Twitter (mostly that time Julie almost killed Veronica for $10,000) and that Mark Long’s been campaigning for to anyone who will listen….

Review: Made for Love 2021

The upgrade from Channel 4 cult hit to Netflix blockbuster gave Charlie Brooker’s hit-and-miss dystopia anthology Black Mirror bigger stars, a bigger budget and, most notably, a far bigger audience. The inevitable impact of its pop culture penetration (the phrase…

Review: Exterminate All the Brutes 2021 Tv Series

We would prefer for genocide to have begun and ended with Nazism,” muses filmmaker Raoul Peck in the voiceover that steers his four-part hybrid docuseries Exterminate All the Brutes (HBO). “This would indeed be most comforting.” But genocide was made…

Review: Voyagers 2021 Movie

Lionsgate has officially released its first trailer for sci-fi thriller Voyagers. The film revolves around a group of fresh-faced, specially-engineered youths on a mission in space who all seem to need wrangling by tired mentor Colin Farrell. Voyagers is serving…

Review: The Vineyard 2021 TV Series

The Gist: When we first meet Soledad Montalvo (Carla Campra), she is a young woman with a bit of a fiery spirit – despite warnings from her brothers about how her grandfather might react, she helps stomp the grapes from…

Review: Invincible 2021- Tv Series

Steven Yeun, J.K. Simmons, Sandra Oh There are two audiences for Amazon’s Invincible, which kicks off on March 26 with its first three episodes. On one side, you have the curious newcomers who might’ve been drawn to the animated comic…

Review: Assault on VA-33 2021 – Christopher Ray

Although the title invokes John Carpenter’s 1976 classic Assault on Precinct 13, one of the all-time great pulpy siege movies, this tale of a hostage-taking at a Veterans Administration hospital in Buffalo, NY, is all pulp, no greatness. In fact,…

Review: The Girl Who Believes in Miracles 2021

HE GIRL WHO BELIEVES IN MIRACLES introduces a girl named Sara who has a strong Christian faith. Sara finds out she can perform miracles after she prays to God to heal a dead bird. Throughout the movie, Sara heals injured…