Games

As if the multiverse mania confirmed for Spider-Man: No Way Home wasn’t providing enough speculative hype, the film is rumored to feature a crucial Marvel Cinematic Universe Netflix nod with the return of Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock—and potentially his costumed crime-fighting alter-ago, Daredevil. While such an appearance would seemingly canonize the events of the revered
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This article contains spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War Last August, Candyman and Little Woods director Nia DaCosta was tapped by Marvel Studios to helm the sequel to their 2019 Brie Larson-led blockbuster Captain Marvel, becoming the youngest filmmaker to direct a Marvel film. It’s clear that the Brooklyn-born filmmaker is brimming with passion for her
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As the second season of You ended, the series set the show up quite nicely for the third outing. Joe (Penn Badgley) and Love (Victoria Pedretti) were headed to the ‘burbs for a new beginning. Love was pregnant, and Joe was already activating his you-radar, honing in on the hottie next door. You was already
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There’s no getting around the fact that the NES era isn’t generally considered to be the best time for horror games. While the popular narrative that horror gaming didn’t properly begin until Resident Evil was released in 1996 obviously isn’t accurate, it’s safe to say that the ’80s and early ’90s were a strange time
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This article contains spoilers for You season 3. The latest installment of You follows creepy creepster Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) as he begrudgingly moves to the tony California suburb of Madre Linda with his wife, Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti). He attempts to atone for his sins and try his hand at being a good husband
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For many of us, October is the most wonderful time of the year. With the smell of autumnal leaves turning red and golden hued, the sound of children’s laughter as ghosts and goblins walk down the street, and finally the sight of pumpkins everywhere you look—there’s no better month-long celebration than the wind up to
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This article contains massive Halloween Kills spoilers. The second part of David Gordon Green’s rebooted Halloween trilogy, Halloween Kills, is upon us with more murder, more Myers, and much much more mayhem. This film follows on immediately from 2018’s Halloween—Michael has been left for dead in the burning basement but (surprise!) he’s not dead. Meanwhile
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This article is sponsored by Destroyer of Light, Jennifer Marie Brissett‘s transporting new sci-fi novel, is a speculative fiction retelling of the Persephone myth set far into the future and light years away. The fast-paced, non-linear story unfolds over twelve chapters, and encompasses multiple perspectives over many years, bringing the reader to a world entirely
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This American Horror Story: Double Feature review contains spoilers. American Horror Story Season 10 Episode 9: Blue Moon With every passing year, the human-alien hybrid efforts being undertaken by the mysterious aliens from the 1950s seem to be getting closer to something familiar. We’ve seen the early efforts; the face-hugger monster from Amelia Earhart was
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BTS has been professionally “running” in the form of a “self-produced” variety show for six years and over 150 episodes, and, last week, Weverse announced the long-running series will be taking a break. Run BTS is a variety show, first launched in 2015, that features the seven members of BTS taking part in challenges, fighting
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