Black Panther has taken over the world and here’s why! (Part 3)

Black Panther has taken over the world and here’s why! (Part 3)

We are very close to the final yet most interesting things about Black Panther. So please stick with us! The Portrayal of Africa as Its Own Superpower From the get go, what people were really excited to see was Wakanda. Part of the reason Black Panther is appealing is because here’s this superhero, who is from a country that is more technologically advanced than any other. And that country is in Africa. The vibranium in…

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The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 1: Regains its pride with heart-stopping poise

The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 1: Regains its pride with heart-stopping poise

The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 1 (Spoiler-free guarantee!) The Walking Dead marks its returns on AMC October 22 with its 100th episode. We got an early peek at the season eight premiere episode, “Mercy,” and longtime fans of the famous zombie series hoping for the glory days of the show will definitely be very pleased with what they see. As teased from the trailers, this season will likely focus on its adaptation of the comic’s “All Out War” plot….

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The Walking Dead Season 8 Premiere review: Thrilling, Intense and Unsettlingly Hopeful

The Walking Dead Season 8 Premiere review: Thrilling, Intense and Unsettlingly Hopeful

To non-fans, it’s most likely inevitable to assume that after seven seasons and 99 episodes, The Walking Dead has outstayed its welcome since debuting back in 2010 – a notion probably matched by even the most dedicated fan following the last year’s slower-paced run. Concerns for season eight were, as a consequence, rather rife but cast them aside: the US series has returned with a taut, thrilling and disarmingly optimistic outing that will silence any questions surrounding…

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Film Review: Netflix’s Death Note 2017 with Nat Wolff

Film Review: Netflix’s Death Note 2017 with Nat Wolff

I’m not sure who Death Note 2017 movie is for. The new movie, now available on Netflix, has two really great hooks from two entirely different aspects: To start off, it’s an adaptation of an internationally popular manga by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, which in turn was adapted into an internationallly popular anime sage. (Which you can also find on Netflix.) Moreover, it’s the latest film from Adam Wingard, who has made a name for himself making…

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The Walking Dead: The Best Walking Dead Villain To Date, According To The Series’ Fans

The Walking Dead: The Best Walking Dead Villain To Date, According To The Series’ Fans

The Walking Dead boasts one of TV’s most outspoken fanbases, whether it’s talking about how much something is loved or despised. So there’s clearly no better way to find out who the show’s very best villain ultimately is than to ask the fans themselves. Just such a feat was performed, and when the dust had finally settled across the walker-strewn lands, the one antagonist still standing was none other than Shane Walsh, the show’s first quasi-traditional big bad….

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The Walking Dead Missing Characters That Could Probably Make A Return In Season 8

The Walking Dead Missing Characters That Could Probably Make A Return In Season 8

The famous TV series The Walking Dead has officially marked its return to the airwaves for Season 8, and the premiere made it quite obvious that the all-out war between Negan and Rick’s forces is only just the beginning. Rick and Co. have every reason to do everything in their power to take out the Saviors, and the attack on the Sanctuary in the premiere almost certainly motivated Negan to seek some revenge. The stage is set for the possible…

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Dunkirk full movie Is a Tour de Force War Movie, Both Sweeping and Intimate

Dunkirk full movie Is a Tour de Force War Movie, Both Sweeping and Intimate

Dunkirk movie, directed by Christopher Nolan, recounts an early harrowing campaign in World War II that took place months after Germany invaded Poland and weeks after Hitler’s forces started rolling into the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and France. Dunkirk full movie has characteristically complex and condensed vision of war. In a movie, that is insistently humanizing despite its monumentality, a balance that is as much a political choice as an aesthetic one. The movie also enriches the texture of the image as…

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Stranger Things 2 movie: Bigger, Yet Not Better

Stranger Things 2 movie: Bigger, Yet Not Better

When does a meme die? Or if not die, at least grow stale, recurrent, tiresome? It can happen awfully quickly, passing around the Internet and proliferating until some kind of critical mass has been reached in mere days or hours. We chew on and degrade things with alarming speed, which is why Stranger Things 2 movie — as the second season of Netflix’s smash hit sci-fi show is insisting we see it — has such a…

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Stranger Things 2 Is Built on Eerie Nostalgia

Stranger Things 2 Is Built on Eerie Nostalgia

Stranger Things has been thought as part of a small subset of the pop-culture universe. The movei was nice but nothing special, and the second season provoked some trepidation. Let’s see how can one characterize whether the Emmy-nominated Netflix phenome lives up to the hype when you felt it was overhyped in the first place? The result is a second season replicating and enhancing the show’s central charms, a group of pubescent nerds and nostalgic…

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Stranger Things Season 2 Is on Netflix

Stranger Things Season 2 Is on Netflix

Stranger Things was so retro in the way people found out about it: via word of mouth. The country was not inundated with ads and marketing stunts. Instead, viewers heard about the show from friends and sank into its immersive world of nerdy kids, nervous parents and evocative mysteries. No one can’t hold themselves from falling in love with the Netflix drama’s affection for genre storytelling and with its earnest homages to the gnarliest pop culture…

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[Review] Insidious Chapter 3 Is Better Than You Might Expect!

[Review] Insidious Chapter 3 Is Better Than You Might Expect!

Ladies and gentlemen, we are taking one more trip to The Further. Yet again, we enter the eerie, foggy and desolate realm of the afterlife to get the bebeerus scared out of us. By that criterion, Insidious Chapter 3 movie is largely successful. Leigh Whannell makes his directorial debut here, while he certainly takes some cues from his collaborator and friend, James Wan, his addition to the Insidious mythos is self-assured in its own right. As in most horror…

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Insidious 3 Review: The Movie Will Scare the Hell out of You with Eerie Spirits and Haunted Houses

Insidious 3 Review: The Movie Will Scare the Hell out of You with Eerie Spirits and Haunted Houses

There’s a certain charm in the Insidious franchise. The first movie was pretty much a rehash of Poltergeist, but it brought back an element that had been sorely missing in mainstream horror movies which is creepiness. We now have a third movie of the franchise directed by Leigh Whannell. Normally, the third installment of a horror franchise is expected to be a simple cash grab. Still, people are aware of how terrible cash grabs can be that…

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INSIDIOUS CHAPTER 3 – An unremarkable, boring installment

INSIDIOUS CHAPTER 3 – An unremarkable, boring installment

Insidious Chapter 2 isn’t as remarkable as the first movie, but when news broke that Leigh Whannell was making his directorial debut with the next Insidious installment, I really thought we were going to get something special. James Wan was long gone, but we were getting the guy who penned the first two films. If someone knew how to dig deep and use the Insidious mythology effectively, it had to be him, right? Perhaps, but serving as writer and director might have been too much…

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Insidious Chapter 3: Haunted by the issues of the first two installments

Insidious Chapter 3: Haunted by the issues of the first two installments

The horrific prequel Insidious Chapter 3 is a simple origin tale, putting out, in somewhat so-so fashion, the elements of how everyone’s second-favorite ghostbusters — courageous spiritual medium Elise Rainier and her hilarious sidekicks, consists of Specs and Tucker — got together. Does anyone really care? Leigh Whannell apparently thinks so. The writer of all three Insidious movies — who also portrays Specs — takes over the director’s control from horror expert James Wan (The…

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CULT OF CHUCKY 2017- Returns with Gore, Chaos and Laughs

CULT OF CHUCKY 2017- Returns with Gore, Chaos and Laughs

Generally speaking, if a horror series makes it to ‘entry number 7’ you’d best steer clear of a product that is still financially viable but that – in most cases – has had any and all creative juice completely drained out of it. An obvious exception to this rule is New Nightmare, Wes Craven’s gripping return to Elm Street that set the template for Scream’s self-reflexive filmmaking by blurring the border between film and reality. Cult of Chucky…

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