Tag: miniseries

REVIEW: Hawkeye – Episode 1 “Never Meet Your Heroes”

Hawkeye, Marvel’s latest Diseny+ series aimed at replacing one of their beloved heroes with a new… sorry, I mean expanding their already expansive cinematic universe in new and exciting ways, has dropped. (In doing so, it’s made me break my tradition of avoiding Christmas-related activities ti...

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Mel Gibson Cast in John Wick Prequel Series, Twitter Meltdown Follows

Mel Gibson is set to star in the John Wick origin series The Continental, and the Twitter hordes are theoretically knocking down the door. Well, they’re being snotty on the internet, because they’re too scared to go outside because they haven’t had this week’s booster jab and putting on pant...

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Hawkeye Trailer Has the Christmas Spirit

It’s time to look where you aim your bow – or not, as the case may be – as Disney has released a Hawkeye trailer. The upcoming Disney+ miniseries revolves around Clint Barton, one of the few remaining original MCU Avengers, who must train a girl who will most certainly be his replacement becau...

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REVIEW: Erased (2016)

Based on a manga of the same name by Kei Sanbe, Erased is an anime miniseries from 2016. The series only ran 13 episodes but covers a lot of ground, following a character who experiences “revivals,” or the rare opportunity to change the past. Erased finds protagonist Satoru Fujinuma at 2...

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Dexter Teaser Comes in From the Cold

Showtime sees sheets of plastic in our future, as the premium network has released a teaser for the Dexter revival. Based on the novels by Jeff Lindsay, Dexter centered on Michael C. Hall’s Dexter Morgan, a Miami PD blood spatter expert who moonlighted as a serial killer who made other killers his...

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REVIEW: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – Episode 6 “One World, One People”

“One World, One People” is, if nothing else, the blissful end to this tedious chore of a series. It’s as obnoxiously preachy as you’d expect after last week, but it’s worse because it revels in its effectively admitted ignorance. Parts of it are good, though, and those parts frustrate beca...

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