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This Evil review contains spoilers. Evil Season 2 Episode 6 Hands in the air. Dueling procedurals get arrested for resisting the officers on Evil season 2, episode 6, “C Is for Cop. This is one of the most harrowing episodes of the series on many fronts. The monster of the week is not a demon
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All week long, the official Doctor Who channels have been teasing a surprise guest for this weekend’s Comic-Con@Home panel. While many were expecting to see a returning favourite or revived character from series past, the answer turned out to a brand new addition for series 13: Game of Thrones and Broadchurch actor Jacob Anderson. Anderson will play new character Vinder in
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South Korea is one of the world’s biggest exporters of popular culture. From K-pop to K-dramas, Parasite to BTS, the East Asian country knows how to reach an international audience. Korean TV, especially K-dramas, have long been of interest to western markets, but it’s no longer just the Korean diaspora or romance drama fans underserved
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Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time fantasy series spans fourteen novels, and while that would seem to provide the upcoming Amazon Prime Video adaptation with a wealth of material to pull from, it also poses a daunting challenge for showrunner Rafe Judkins and his writers. How does one pay tribute to the sprawling geography, centuries of
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The worst NES games of all time are a truly special breed of bad video games. Say what you will about the downsides of the modern video game industry (and there is certainly a lot to say), but there is, in most cases, a baseline standard of quality ensured by better, cheaper technology, experience, and
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“He has a total vision and you have to commit to it 8,005 per cent or you’re missing out,” says actor Alex Wolff of starring in M. Night Shyamalan’s latest film. “You want to go with exactly what he’s doing and if you commit to that fully, you end up looking really good. That’s what
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Contains spoilers for Old. Old is the new chiller from director and screenwriter M. Night Shyamalan who is very well known for his twisty plots and rug pull endings. Fans who go to the cinema for that will not be disappointed.   Inspired by the graphic novel Sandcastle, by Pierre Oscar Lévy and Frederik Peeters, Old
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The recent controversy regarding the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing’s lawsuit against Activision Blizzard has prompted players and streamers to stage various forms of in-game and real-world protests. The very short version of this story is that the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing has filed a lawsuit against game publisher Activision
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IMAGE: Top: Like an S turning into an O, the spectrum of a biochemical system can undergo a topological transition. Bottom-left: In the topologically-protected state, the biochemical system undergoes edge cycles…. view more  Credit: Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization When can we say that a certain property of a system is robust? Intuitively, robustness
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The world of Pokémon is a hard and cruel place. It takes a tough Pokémon to stand tough and survive, which doesn’t make it a suprise that some of the most celebrated Pokémon could also be considered the strongest. For all the lessons of friendship, Pokémon Centers, and jelly donut flavored rice balls, it’s not
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This Loki article contains some spoilers. We talk a lot about how the line between what constitutes a TV show and what constitutes a movie has become increasingly blurred in this era of fractured entertainment and diverse distribution models. While the last decade has seen TV shows incorporating more cinematic elements into their production structure,
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Author: Neil Sharpson Publisher: Rebellion Released: Out Now When the first state-sponsored artificial intelligence comes online, the great economic powerhouses of the world are suddenly thrown into a brand new kind of space race. Quickly, empires with this new technology find themselves eclipsing those without it, with their sentient AIs leading them to develop their
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Nothing stops the Rolling Stones from fulfilling their obligations. The British government couldn’t break them on a wheel, French mobsters and police couldn’t stop them from recording a classic album, and neither heartbreak nor their dear doctor could silence them. The band promised “No Filter,” and the devil would have no sympathy for anything less.
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Released: 23 July (in cinemas) Certificate: 15 Director: M. Night Shyamalan Cast: Gael García Bernal, Vicky Krieps, Rufus Sewell, Alex Wolff, Thomasin McKenzie, Abbey Lee, Ken Leung, Nikki Amuka-Bird, Aaron Pierre, Eliza Scanlen, Kathleen Chalfant, Alexa Swinton, Nolan River, Gustaf Hammarsten, Kailen Jude Distributor: Universal Running Time: 108 mins Adapted from Pierre Oscar Lévy and
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While Masters of the Universe: Revelation reignites Mattel’s toy-spawning fantasy franchise, the Kevin Smith-conceived Netflix animated series arrives in the recent wake of an ill-fated film project. Indeed, Sony/Columbia settled on up-and-coming directors Aaron Nee and Adam Nee to conjure new live-action exploits of He-Man in the land of Eternia, which progressed to pre-production and
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IMAGE:  “Wrapping ” Anodes in 3D Carbon Nanosheets view more  Credit: Korea Maritime and Ocean University Lithium-ion batteries (LIBs), which are a renewable source of energy for electrical devices or electric vehicles, have attracted much attention as the next-generation energy solution. However, the anodes of LIBs in use today have multiple inadequacies, ranging from low
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Over a three-year period in the late Eighties, Octavia Butler wrote one of the most interesting and thoughtful sci-fi trilogies around. Lilith’s Brood, which consists of Dawn (1987), Adulthood Rites (1988) and Imago (1989) is a fascinating look at interspecies cooperation and co-habitation, as well as a study of humanity, our weaknesses and potential downfalls.