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Wet Hot American Review: 10 Years Too Late

Well Netflix is back again with Wet Hot American Summer, this time to follow the gang 10 years later. Wet Hot American Summer was a movie that came out and not too many saw it. It wasn't until years later that it grew a bit of a cult following. It took the typical camp genre… Continue reading Wet Hot American Review: 10 Years Too Late

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Oooo Weee: Rick and Morty Season 3 Premiere Review

Wubba lubba dub dub! Rick and M-M-Morty are back for more adventures sometimes with Summer and Beth but never with Jerry. This year they promise the darkest year yet in their lives. This review will talking about the latest episodes so I shouldn't have to tell you spoiler alerts are ahead. But spoiler alerts are… Continue reading Oooo Weee: Rick and Morty Season 3 Premiere Review

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Let It Snow: Snowfall Review

1983. South Central LA. City of Compton. That's where and when FX's latest show takes place. The birthplace of crack. Just from this information alone you already know that this show is going to be grimy and ugly. And for a show that's all about a drug that started a whole epidemic well it's hard… Continue reading Let It Snow: Snowfall Review

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Praise It: Preacher Season Premiere Review

What do you get when you put a preacher, an Irish vampire and a carnage loving bank robber on the road?  One road trip to Hell. Or causes hell. Is there much of a difference in this world? I'm not sure yet. Since Preacher has premiered on AMC it seems like everywhere shown in Jesse… Continue reading Praise It: Preacher Season Premiere Review

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The Handmaid’s Tale: A Review

Imagine a world in which women are infertile and life depends on a select few to carry the ultimate task of bearing the children of the future. How would they be treated? Who would be in power? How would their life be valued in comparison to others? These are questions one might face if we… Continue reading The Handmaid’s Tale: A Review

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Review of Fargo Season 3 Premiere

Fargo is back don'tcha know? And just like the past two previous seasons, it held no punches. Each season starts out with a warning that this is based on true events. This has been a nod to the stylistic choice made by the film. The Coen Brothers aren't the writers of the show, but they… Continue reading Review of Fargo Season 3 Premiere

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All I Have To Do Is Dream: an Archer Review

Lana. Lana. LANAAAAAAAAAAAA? Are you ready for an all new season of Archer? This week Archer premiered with it's latest installment, DREAMLAND. This is a new departure for Archer as we've seen him take on the 80's Miami Vice scene, add Christian Slater to the mix, and now he's in a whole new world. The… Continue reading All I Have To Do Is Dream: an Archer Review

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WHO IS DAVID? A review on Legion

WHO IS DAVID? No, really tell me. Who is David? Where did he come from? Who are his parents? Is he crazy? Is he real? What is real? For weeks now, I've been watching FX's newest series Legion. Initially, I had no clue this series was tied to the X-Men franchise. I felt pretty stupid… Continue reading WHO IS DAVID? A review on Legion

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Sweet Dee has a show! aka the Mick Review

For all of you out there familiar with It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, you should know a thing or two about Deandra Reynolds aka Sweet Dee. By the way, the latest season just wrapped things up last night. The finale gave us one huge reveal and finally gave closure to an ongoing issue that's been… Continue reading Sweet Dee has a show! aka the Mick Review

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It’s Always Current in Philadelphia

For 12 solid seasons, the show It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia has managed to stay demented, off the walls, and absolutely hilarious. Unlike most shows that aim to have characters better themselves in some sort of way, whether that be emotionally, physically, or even spiritually, this show has never been that. In fact, the creators… Continue reading It’s Always Current in Philadelphia