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Westworld: Trace Decay (Episode 8) Review


“Out of repetition comes variation.” Such was a line delivered by Bernard in last week’s episode, yet it seems to be taking on more and more relevance with each passing minute in HBO’s Westworld. The hosts have been repeating themselves day after day, year after year, for our amusement, and finally it looks like they’re ready to variate in some…

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Westworld: The Adversary (Episode 6) – Review


As Westworld enters the second half of its increasingly excellent debut season, it looks like things are finally beginning to stir up a little faster in in one of the most revealing episodes yet. Not that the show has been dull up to now, of course – it’s been quietly engaging, curious and intelligent science fiction, reminding me often (with its elegant writing rather than…

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Stranger Things (2016) – Episode 1 Review


Is Netflix’s new original worth your time? The pilot promises really good things… It seems like barely a week goes by without Netflix releasing a new original series. If there’s one main reason the streaming service is criticised for increasingly poor movie content, it’s just that: it’s too busy focusing on acquiring and making TV. But it’s times like this where…

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Frasier: Celebrating One Of TV’s Finest Sitcoms


I’ve always been of the opinion that Frasier is better than Friends. I say that not because this is just a list of reasons Frasier is better than other shows, but because these two have always felt particularly relatable. They both first aired in the early 90s, they battled for ratings, they were often set in the local coffee house, and they even shared the same…

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Spoiler Alert! Should Game Of Thrones Readers Continue Watching The Show?


This article contains spoilers for Game Of Thrones seasons 1-4.  BE WARNED! If you have a vaguely working internet connection, chances are you’ve already heard showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff’s announcement that mega-popular fantasy drama Game Of Thrones will officially overtake the books it’s based on and begin spoiling them – significantly, the much discussed and theorized ending.  Until now, book readers have…

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