The Faux Feminism of ‘Stranger Things’

As the show is centred on a young girl’s journey of self-discovery and overcoming her traumatic childhood, it is assumed that it would get the feminist stamp of approval.

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REVIEW: ‘Castlevania’s’ (2021) Final Season Is a Fitting End to the Best Video Game Adaptation

Castlevania nearly hits a home run with a satisfying conclusion that only has a couple of bumps along the way.

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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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Nostalgia, Toxic Masculinity, and Geek Culture in ‘Stranger Things’

While incorporating pop culture references, Stranger Things is a case study of the different hyper-masculine and nerd characters that are portrayed on the show.

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The Progression of Werewolf Stereotypes in the Media

These tropes have been around since the dawn of film and TV, and before that in books, stories, plays and other media.

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Lyra’s World: Adapting His Dark Materials

The two adaptations took very different approaches to Lyra’s story but neither have managed to capture what makes the original books so popular.

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[Nostalgia Week] The Hidden Subtext of Nickelodeon

So, having been a Nickelodeon kid through and through, I’ve decided to take a look back at my own childhood shows to find the hidden layers ready to be revealed.

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‘It’s a Sin’ (2021) Exploring Fear of the Unknown

It’s a Sin is not only a sincere exploration of the AIDS crisis in 1980s London, but also explores how we deal with fear.

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REVIEW: ‘WandaVision’ First Episodes Are an Awakening for the MCU

WandaVision truly is an immersive, creative play on the way we experience both the MCU and the traditional American sitcom.

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REVIEW: In Series Four, ‘Search Party’ Returns to Its Roots

Seeing the characters so inverted brings the show back to its roots, but this time viewers know both sides of the story from the start.

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