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THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE Trailer Looks Spooky and Confusing

In 1959, Shirley Jackson published The Haunting of Hill House, the definitive haunted house book. The novel is so iconic and impressive that it inspired the career of Stephen King, who called it “one of the finest books ever to come out of the [horror] genre.” The book was adapted for the screen as The Haunting […]

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A Live-Action AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER Series Is Coming to Netflix

The world of Avatar: The Last Airbender is rich and extensive. The animated series debuted in 2005 and gave us three damn near perfect seasons of television, a way less than perfect live-action film adaptation, and a spin-off in The Legend of Korra. And now, this universe is returning to the small screen in a […]

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Meet the Witches of CHILLING ADVENTURES OF SABRINA with These New Character Posters

As we get closer to October, we here at Nerdist are already putting together our list of movies and TV shows to watch for 31 days of creepy-kooky, mysterious-spooky viewing. Nerdoween is our favorite time of year, and one of the things we’re most excited to check out is Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina—otherwise known […]

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THE RAID Director’s New Horror APOSTLE Gets Gruesome in First Trailer

You know Gareth Evans as the director of hard-hitting Indonesian martial-arts movies like Merantau and the two installments of The Raid. But in his newest feature, the director returns to his Welsh roots with Apostle, a creepy tale of cults. Looking like a less campy version of The Wicker Man (either version), Apostle has now revealed […]

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AMERICAN VANDAL Season 2 Sacrifices Humor for Compelling Story (Review)

This review of American Vandal’s second season on Netflix is spoiler-free. American Vandal‘s first season was about as close to a perfect television debut as you’ll find. The true-crime satire was full of complex, interesting characters played by a superb cast, and it told an absurd-yet-captivating story full of twists and turns. And despite being […]

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THE DRAGON PRINCE Recaptures the Elemental Magic of AVATAR (Review)

I don’t want to be writing this review of The Dragon Prince. I want to be watching the next episode of The Dragon Prince. Netflix gave us three episodes to preview, and I can’t wait to watch the rest of the series when it drops this weekend because Aaron Ehasz, Giancarlo Volpe, and Justin Richmond have recaptured […]

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Chris Pine Becomes the OUTLAW KING in New Trailer

This fall, Chris Pine is trading the futuristic setting of Star Trek and the superhero action of Wonder Woman for Netflix’s upcoming historical epic, Outlaw King. Pine will portray Robert the Bruce, the legendary King of Scotland who fought against England in the First War for Scottish Independence. In the first trailer from the film, Robert is […]

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Children of the Whales [Review]

The Mud Whale is a gigantic ship at the mercy of the shifting sands of a seemingly endless ocean. The 513 souls aboard—a people who exist holistically with the sand, wind, and sunlight—are not so much sailors as they are residents. The marked among them, those able to wield the telekinetic power known as thymia, have lifespans of about 20 to 30 years, while those who cannot wield thymia (the unmarked) can live to a ripe old age. Recording the daily happenings of all these people as well as governing decisions made by the mayor and the Council of Elders is a marked boy named Chakuro—the Mud Whale's official archivist, whose efforts are held in high regard for communicating sentimentality without outright mentioning emotions. All those aboard the Mud Whale are brought up to contain their emotions even though emotion is what strengthens thymia. The rationale behind this is woven into myth, but the truth is far more terrifying. During a routine encounter with another ship, a scouting/salvage party from the Mud Whale discovers much more than their society bargained for.

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Steel Serpent Shows His Power in Final IRON FIST Season 2 Trailer

Sacha Dawan’s Davos may not be as hilarious an adversary for Danny Rand as David Wenham’s Harold Meacham–whose blank-slate resurrection in season 1 was on a par with Kyle MacLachlan’s “Dougie” in Twin Peaks–but he’s a whole lot deadlier. In the final trailer for Iron Fist season 2, which drops Sept. 7th, he appears to […]

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PRODIGY Is Mark Millar’s Newest Creation for Netflix

A little over a year ago, prolific comic book writer Mark Millar, the man who gave us Kick-Ass, Kingsman, and Wanted, sold his company Millarworld to Netflix, with the promise that the streaming giant would produce television series and movies based on his work. Since then, his comics Jupiter’s Legacy, American Jesus, Huck, and Empress […]

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