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Gen V Review


Episodes reviewed: 1-6 Gen V is a new 8-part series, coming to Prime Video this Friday and set in the same supe-inhabited world as The Boys, a show that has already racked up three brilliant seasons and is still going strong. Gen V is set in Godolkin University, a prestigious superhero-only college, where students train …

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Black Knight Review

REVIEW: Black Knight

After toxic air pollution turns Korea into a desert wasteland, only 1 percent of the population survives. Using social status, the remaining citizens are segregated into separate living districts. Thirty years after the disaster, in 2071, people wear respirators to go outdoors and rely on deliverymen, or “knights,” to protect and deliver daily necessities like …

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Welcome to Chippendales Review

REVIEW: Welcome to Chippendales

Hulu/Disney+ miniseries, Welcome to Chippendales is a semi-biographical drama about the origin of Chippendales, and its founder, Somen “Steve” Banerjee (Kumail Nanjiani). The series starts in the 1970s where Indian immigrant Banerjee aspires to become a successful businessman and idolises people like Hugh Hefner. He tries various club ideas and meets Club Promoter Paul Snider …

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Wednesday Review

REVIEW: Wednesday

Wednesday is an eight-part series which focuses on The Addams Family daughter as she moves away to attend a boarding school for the gifted. Created and written by Alfred Gough & Miles Millar, the series is also directed and executive produced by Tim Burton, so you’ll have a pretty good idea upfront of what to expect from the style and tone of the show.

Cabinet of Curiosities Review

REVIEW: Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities

Cabinet of Curiosities is a new horror anthology series from Guillermo Del Toro, now airing on Netflix. Featuring 8 stories from some well-known directors and personally curated by Del Toro himself, you’d be forgiven for expecting big things from this series. However, despite some promising aspects, the end results aren’t nearly as terrifying as it …

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