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The Gifted: S1E2: “rX” ()
October 14, 2017 -

Within the world of The Gifted, it’s a very tough paradox for humans. One of the things that draws you… Read More »

The Gifted: S1E1: “eXposed” ()
October 9, 2017 -

One of the most beautiful things about Logan is that while it kept to it’s own singular story, there were… Read More »

Annabelle: Creation Revitalizes A Familiar Character With Build and Technique ()
August 12, 2017 -

For many years now, we have seen the makings of grandiose movie universes dealing with super heroes. How about something… Read More »

‘Wonder Woman’ Shines Both As A Beacon of Strength For Women and Human Empathy ()
June 3, 2017 -

The 1970’s Wonder Woman tv series starring Lynda Carter served as an inspiration at the time for women in a… Read More »

Gotham: S3E16: “These Delicate and Dark Obsessions” ()
May 2, 2017 -

Well, you can’t run from your fear forever, Bruce. Throughout the long march of three seasons, we have been witness… Read More »

Gotham: S3E15: “How the Riddler Got His Name” ()
May 2, 2017 -

From an almost three month break, the Heroes Rise story of Gotham coming off an episode that set some pretty… Read More »

‘Logan’ Is A Beautifully, Tragic Sendoff To the X-Men Universe As We Know It ()
March 3, 2017 -

When we tend to think of movie universes about comic books, your mind might immediately go to the Marvel Extended… Read More »

‘Get Out’ Is An Intelligent Narrative Within A Body of the Horror Genre ()
February 27, 2017 -

The opening moments of Get Out begin with Andre “Logan” Hayworth (LaKeith Stanfield) walking through a suburban town speaking to… Read More »

Legion: S1E2: “Chapter 2” ()
February 17, 2017 -

Are you still trying to untie your mind from the knots of Legion’s first episode? Well, good, because the second… Read More »

Legion: S1E1: “Chapter 1” ()
February 9, 2017 -

The first episode of Legion starts with a montage of David Charles Haller’s (Dan Stevens) childhood while The Who‘s “Happy… Read More »