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  • In the land of teen dramas, different shows can be roughly divided into a few separate types. You have your Pretty Little Liars/Gossip Girl-style portraits of glittery scandal, where everyone’s angst is indisputably glamorous and campy. You have shows that are a little more laidback and try to speak to real problems while still being fun, […]

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  • Mathew Murray is a Toronto-based writer and director best known for his award-winning web series Teenagers. A 2015 graduate of York University, Murray has worked on many creative projects across several genres, including documentaries and fiction. He has screened short films at several film festivals. This year, he received the Best Screenplay award at the […]

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  • My goodness, that was just delightful, wasn’t it? I’m glad the CW decided to release the season’s remaining episodes as a two-parter because those halves certainly deserved the back-to-back treatment. iZombie’s second series closer was a perfect storm of escalating absurdity, tension, humor, and stakes. I’m so excited about the future of this show. More reactions may […]

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  • It’s that time of year once again. After a season of brain-chomping, corporate plotting, shady mob plots, zombies turning into people turning into zombies, and fighting crime, we’ve hit finale week, and things look dire indeed. iZombie’s two-hour finale is sure to be packed with game-changing twists and turns, so I feel like now is […]

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  • Last week, I talked about how this season seemed to be in a weird place — caught somewhere between nuanced emotional conflict and poorly conceived artificial misunderstandings designed to worsen the animosity between Karma and Amy. I was worried about how this week’s episode would go, with previews foretelling a lot of cattiness that seemed […]

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  • Oh my goodness GRACIOUS, readers. Remember when the teaser for 10 Cloverfield Lane suddenly dropped two months ago? And J.J. Abrams revealed that a spinoff film of the original Cloverfield (that completely bananas found footage monster movie from 2008, you know the one) had been filmed ENTIRELY IN SECRET? And would, indeed, be coming out […]

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  • Young Adult authors Rachel Cohn and David Levithan are perhaps best known as a writing duo for their 2006 novel Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, a story about great music and new love for a couple of recently-heartbroken teens. The joy of collaboration clearly didn’t wear off, as they’ve written two similar books since — 2008’s Naomi and Ely’s […]

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  • Look out, Austin: fsociety’s revolution is taking over. From March 11-14, the South by Southwest festival will present several recreated sets from USA Network’s hit series Mr. Robot for fans to explore. Notable pieces include a 100-foot ferris wheel in downtown Austin available to ride (from 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM) and a retro arcade in the […]

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  • In my ongoing Netflix adventures, I end up watching a lot of obscure movies and TV shows that no one knows about. Sometimes they’re great, and sometimes they miss the mark. If I’m lucky, I might discover an interesting failure — where something isn’t good, but I get enormous enjoyment out of picking it apart […]

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