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'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life' Is Stuck in Years' Prior

In the world of Gilmore Girls, there's no transcending one's upbringing. For a bright, witty, and colorful series, it's a dark and depressing message.

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Comedy Central/SyFy

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A Downbeat Tone Doesn't Make 'Endeavour: S3' Any Less Enjoyable

ITV's mystery genre and Colin Dexter's legacy, Endeavour, is in safe hands.

Erin Giannini
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'The Accidental Life' Is Both a Time Capsule and a Guide

Like a good editor, Terry McDonell may be invisible, but the insights into writing and editing make up for the author's elusiveness, here.

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Rats, Writing, and the Nature of Evil: A Night With Stephen King

Stephen King and George RR Martin prove to be a dynamic duo on King's End of Watch tour.

Erin Giannini
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Harper-Collins

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11.22.63: Season 1, Episode 8 - "The Day in Question"

In the end, the most important question ends up being the choice between grand gestures and quiet heroism.

Erin Giannini
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11.22.63: Season 1, Episode 7 – "Soldier Boy"

Time and identity are the main antagonists as the series counts down to the day in question.

Erin Giannini
Film

'Mystery Science Theater 3000, Volume XXXV' Pays Tribute to Roger Corman's Legacy

The latest release, full of aliens and alternate realities, highlights Corman's many roles in and influence on the film industry.

Erin Giannini
Television

11.22.63: Season 1, Episode 5 – "The Truth"

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

Erin Giannini
Television

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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11.22.63: Season 1, Episode 1 - "The Rabbit Hole"

Despite some shaky motivations and necessary exposition, 11.22.63's first episode is intriguing enough to stay on the journey.

Erin Giannini
Film

'Mystery Science Theater, Volume XXXIV' and AIP Make a Perfect Match

The latest Mystery Science Theater 3000 release offers an excellent, if snarky, tribute to the late, not-so-great American International Pictures studio.

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Comedy Central/Sci-Fi


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