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11.22.63: Season 1, Episode 6 - “Happy Birthday, Lee Harvey Oswald”

Oswald remains a mystery even in his eponymous episode.

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Surveillance Troubles in ‘Midnight Special’

In just a few precisely composed scenes, you see at the start of Midnight Special that however disjointed plot points might seem, they are connected in an intricate web of ideas and images.

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Supergirl: Season 1, Episode 16 - “Falling”

A little dose of red kryptonite does just exactly what it's supposed to: makes Supergirl vulnerable in a far more human way.

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 3, Episode 11 - “Bouncing Back”

There’s a lot to catch up on as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns from its long hiatus.

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11.22.63: Season 1, Episode 5 – “The Truth”

The journey to the truth takes some interesting, and disturbing, turns this week.

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14 Mar 2016 // 10:48 AM

BBC America’s ‘Orphan Black’ Returns in April with Season 4

BBC America has announced that cult favorite Orphan Black returns for its fourth season on April 14th at 10.00pm EST.

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Agent Carter: Season 2, Episode 10 - “Hollywood Ending”

It’s a wrap on the "Hollywood Ending" of Agent Carter season two; will there be a sequel?

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Moving Pixels Podcast: Hinduism and Buddhism Meet Science Fiction in ‘Cradle’

Cradle merges science and religion in a tiny yurt in Mongolia.

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No One Is Looking for You in ‘10 Cloverfield Lane’

10 Cloverfield Lane carefully develops a very subjective story, which has you thinking that maybe the clichés aren’t adding up to the movie you thought it was.

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11.22.63: Season 1, Episode 4 – “The Eyes of Texas”

There’s no escape from being watched, even in 1963.

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‘Ava’s Possessions’ Is a New Spin on Possession Horror

While underdeveloped in character and story, the originality of Ava's Possessions, as well as its decadent visual aesthetic, go a long way towards making it a unique and interesting take on a stale genre.

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Agent Carter: Season 2, Episodes 5 to 9

Peggy Carter is the center of gravity that draws those around her into her orbit.

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The Expanse: Season 1, Episodes 9 and 10 - “Critical Mass” and “Leviathan Wakes”

With an energetic and captivating finale, The Expanse solidifies its standing as one of the best sci-fi shows out there.

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11.22.63: Season 1, Episode 3 - “Other Voices, Other Rooms”

The latest episode of 11.22.63 is sadly resonant with the contemporary political and social climate.

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Supergirl: Season 1, Episode 14 - “Truth, Justice and the American Way”

This week's episode of Supergirl addresses one of today's most pressing issues and allows aliens and superheroes to take on metaphorical, and moral, significance.

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The X-Files: Season 10, Episode 6 - “My Struggle II”

Season 10 of The X-Files was a true revival; it brought back much of what made the series so beloved as well as some of its weaknesses.

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The Expanse: Season 1, Episode 8 - “Salvage”

"Salvage" finally joins two storylines together in a superbly written episode.

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11.22.63: Season 1, Episode 2 - “The Kill Floor”

Focusing on essence rather than particulars of the novel, "The Kill Floor" stakes the series' claim as its own story.

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‘Shadowrun: Hong Kong - Extended Edition’ Is Better Left in the Shadows

Shadows of Hong Kong seems more like a perfunctory Kickstarter obligation than a legitimate epilogue to the exceptional Shadowrun: Hong Kong.

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Agent Carter: Season 2, Episode 4 - “Smoke and Mirrors”

Delving into the pasts of both Peggy Carter and Whitney Frost deepens their already strong characterizations.

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Exposition Dumps Don't Need Dialogue in 'Virginia'

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"Virginia manages to have an exposition dump without wordy exposition.

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