What ‘WandaVision’ Could Mean For the Future of Prestige TV

WandaVision put Marvel in the world of TV in a big way, but is it enough to be good for television’s future?

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REVIEW: ‘The Banishing’ (2020) is a Sunday Morning Movie

The Banishing is a horror movie built on familiar ground, and despite good intentions never quite surpasses its origins

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Did ‘Hannibal’ (2001) Cannibalise Itself?

Hannibal is 20 years old. It was the long awaited sequel to one of history’s most lauded films, so where does it stand in the film canon now?

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Does the New Year’s ‘Doctor Who’ Special Highlight a Failing Show?

Doctor Who has moved to New Year from its traditional Christmas Day slot. What does a festive special mean to the show, and are both no longer essential viewing?

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‘The King’s Speech’ (2010) at 10: Is it a Perpetual Classic?

The King’s Speech is a decade old in an ever changing industry. Have the old-school charms that brought it massive acclaim also helped it stand the test of time?

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‘American Psycho’ (2000) and ‘From Hell’ (2001) – 20 Years of Untapped Potential

Serial killer movies American Psycho and From Hell have just hit their twentieth anniversaries. What do they have in common, and what do they have to say about our changed world today?

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Ennui on the Screen and Life Lessons

Entertainment has often show education on the screen, but where has this representation failed and succeeded? Might it be able to even teach us how we can learn better in life itself?

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