Flip Screen’s Guide to April (Quarantine Edition)

James Palmer and George Forster are here to give you 10 recommendations available online right now to help get you through these hard times.

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Review: With Season Three, ‘Castlevania’ (2020) Becomes a Show That is at Once Thoughtful and Nihilistic

With its third season, Castlevania cements itself not just as the best video game adaptation to grace our screens, but a thought-provoking and entertaining series in its own right.

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Top of the Docs #7 – ‘Losers’ (2019) Puts Sport on the Sideline and Shines a Spotlight on Humanity

Directed by Mickey Duzyj, Losers is a Netflix produced docuseries that focuses on the human side of sport, making it extremely accessible to everyone, regardless of previous sporting knowledge.

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Flip Screen’s Guide to March 2020

Flip Screen’s George Forster and James Palmer have once again done battle against boredom and compiled all the big stuff coming up this month.

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REVIEW: ‘Horse Girl’ (2020) Leaves Behind a Craving for More

Horse Girl had a lot of potential, but ended up feeling like a strong concept and creative visuals strung together without deeper meaning. The ambiguous ending leaves behind a craving for something more.

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Review: ‘Locke and Key’ (2020) is a Tame Adaptation and Missed Opportunity

In the show’s best moments, magic and reality come together to explore the nature of grief and how to overcome it.

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REVIEW: ‘BoJack Horseman’ (2020) Says Goodbye To One of the Greatest Ever TV Shows Ever Produced

With BoJack Horseman; after five and a half seasons of hilarious visual gags, sharp Hollywood satire and emotional gut punches, we get eight incredibly written episodes that encapsulate the series as a whole, capped off with a perfect final shot that hammers home the show’s message through a stunning frame that will be remembered for years to come.

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Hitting Zero: How ‘Cheer’ Uses Its Cheerleaders to Re-Invent Its Narrative

Cheer allows Daytona to be more than just the observation it had been up until this point, turning it into a participation between subject and crew that makes this docu-series much more personal.

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REVIEW: Season Two of ‘Titans’ Fails To Flip the Script and Lacks Novelty

Season one of DC’s Titans was a much-needed tonic in the oversaturated realm of the superhero genre. It focused on the complex, interpersonal relationships between our central characters and let the audience get behind the mask of these heroes.

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REVIEW: ‘Sex Education’ Season 2 is Hilarious, Heartwarming and Devastating All at Once

The first season of Sex Education, the Netflix series which explores our most embarrassing anxieties about sex and intimacy with acerbic wit and relatability, was an instant hit.

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