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At the end of Roman Polanski’s 1974 detective noir classic Chinatown, Jake Gittes played by Jack Nicholson, is told to “forget it.” There is an unspoken understanding based on experience and history. Netflix is getting ready to fill us in on the story. Original Chinatown writer Robert Towne and director David Fincher are collaborating on
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Now that Disney+ has launched in the US, as well as a couple of other countries, the streaming service seems to be getting a move on with some of its upcoming shows. Those shows include Marvel’s Loki, which has cast British actress Sophia Di Martino, according to Variety. Di Martino’s role in the series is still
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“Either they’d found the world’s biggest serial killer or it was the world’s biggest hoax in American criminal justice history,” we hear in the trailer for Netflix’s upcoming The Confession Killer. The five-part documentary series comes from Taki Oldham, who helms the film along with Robert Kenner, the Academy and Emmy Awards-nominated director of the
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Netflix’s upcoming adaptation of Brand New Cherry Flavor is beefing up the cast this week, having added Rosa Salazar, Catherine Keener, Manny Jacinto, Eric Lange and Jeff Ward, reports Deadline. Salazar is best known for playing the titular character in Alita: Battle Angel and for her work in projects like The Divergent Series, Maze Runner and Bird Box. She will be
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This Supergirl review contains spoilers. Supergirl Season 5 Episode 7 If you were hoping that Supergirl episode “Tremors” would involve Kara fighting off some giant, underground worms, then you would have been disappointed. Frankly, I think the story might have been better if it had gone in that direction. Up until this point, Leviathan has been
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This Van Helsing review contains spoilers. Van Helsing Season 4 Episode 8 Van Helsing returns to the 19th century for a peek into Willem’s dark past, but it’s the pronouncement that he’s working against the Dark One that saves “The Prism” from wandering off too far into the weeds and forces Violet and Jack to
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Good news for horror anthology fans, who by now will surely have horror anthologies coming out of their ears: HBO Max is developing a new one title Point Horror, according to Variety. The show is based on the Scholastic book series of the same name. Point Horror, which first launched in 1991, featured published work from authors
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Gary Oldman is joining the ever-expanding small screen cavalcade of stars of the tech-giant-generated streaming platform, Apple TV+, set to headline a spy series titled Slow Horses. The television series will serve as an onscreen adaptation of author Mick Herron’s novel series, collectively called “The Slough House,” which focus on the espionage exploits of a
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Netflix clearly has a lot of faith in its TV adaptation of The Witcher: the streamer has renewed the fantasy series ahead of its Season 1 premiere. In a statement, showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich said: “I am so excited that before viewers dive into season one, we are already able to confirm that we’ll be returning
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This Nancy Drew review contains spoilers. Given how small a town Nancy Drew’s Horseshoe Bay is purported to be, it’s kind of wild how many truly bizarre things take place in it. From death-predicting seawater rituals to storms with the power to fuel restless spirits, there’s just…well, it’s a lot. So, it probably shouldn’t surprise
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This The Purge review contains spoilers. The Purge Season 2 Episode 5 The concept of Purge tourism has always been an interesting idea, and one that hasn’t nearly been touched on enough in the Purge media universe. There was talk of Purge tourism, but there are nuts-and-bolts concerns that are addressed in this week’s cold
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This His Dark Materials review contains spoilers. His Dark Materials Episode 2 Cruella de Vil, the White Witch, the Wicked Queen, Nurse Ratched, meet your new sister in villainy: Mrs Marisa Coulter. Chic, gleaming and morally reprehensible, she could out-evil the lot of you six ways from Sunday and ladies, She. Has. Arrived.  Establishing Mrs Coulter
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Disney+’s upcoming Marvel Studios series She-Hulk has found its lead writer, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Jessica Gao, the scribe behind Rick And Morty‘s Season 3 episode ‘Pickle Rick‘ has hopped aboard the project. Gao has signed up to develop the series, as well as lead the writers’ room. The news comes shortly after the announcement that
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“De plane! de plane!,” alerted Hervé Villechaize’s Tattoo to Ricardo Montalbán’s Mr. Roarke before hitting the tarmac to greet weekly crafts filled with wealthy life fetishists on ABC’s classic life-affirming adventure television series, Fantasy Island; words that will undoubtedly be shouted once again by another actor – this time to star Michael Peña – in
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With the launch of the Apple TV+ streaming service on November 1st and the Disney+ debut right around the corner on November 12th, a question arises for us to discuss on the Sci Fi Fidelity podcast: what is worth watching on these new subscription channels, and does the content justify the additional monthly fee? HBO
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Everyone loves at least one Christmas movies. Even the Grinches and Scrooges among us can’t deny that there is at least one flick out there that can inspire the spirit of the season within them. further reading: Christmas Movies: A Complete Holiday Streaming Guide In order to find it, however, you’re going to have to
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This Van Helsing review contains spoilers. Van Helsing Season 4 Episode 7 “You ready to find out who you really are?”   Van Helsing hits its fourth season midpoint in full stride with the addition of horror fiction’s most renowned vampire and an intriguing plot twist that opens the door for any number of characters to
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There’s something not quite right in this new trailer for Servant, and that ‘something’ is a rubber doll… <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Here’s the synopsis for the series: Doubt what you believe. From M. Night Shyamalan, Servant follows a Philadelphia couple in mourning after an unspeakable tragedy creates a
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This Rick and Morty review contains NO spoilers.  Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 1 Hey, did you know it’s been just over two years since the season three finale of Rick and Morty aired? I know, what? It seems so long ago… before all those lives were lost in the great Szechuan Sauce Wars.
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