Westworld: Let’s Be Honest

**very mild spoilers to follow** After the end of Westworld’s first season I wasn’t sure exactly what the show was going to do. It’s a mystery based fiction, bouncing ideas around and seeing if the audience can discern which ones should be sticking. The end of season one essentially put…

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Eurovision 2018: Finals

I’m so unprepared this year! Due to a lot going on in life, I didn’t have time to watch either of the semi-finals or even pregame with the official music videos! So that means I’m going into the finals 100% cold. I feel both unprepared and excited. I haven’t gone into…

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Tuning in to Channel Zero

This past October I went through my annual horror binge. Horror is a strange genre as far as production goes, as it’s this sort of catch-all that covers all sorts of things. Since it’s an emotion (even romance is technically a verb), it’s incredibly subjective. The focus can be on…

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The Orville’s Third Episode

There had been rumors rolling around the internet that The Orville wouldn’t really have an example of what sort of show it would be until the third episode. Critics were given the first three and, while full reviews didn’t pop up immediately, word was that was the episode when The…

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Harlots: After and Before Handmaid’s

Hulu’s first season of The Handmaid’s Tale has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean your feminist TV has to come to an end. In fact, right on Hulu is another kick-ass show about women’s sexuality and autonomy. It’s also about men trying to exert power over them. Also…

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Eurovision 2017: Finals

Here we are. Everything that we’ve been preparing for, for the past two evening spread across this pas week, have come to a head. This Eurovision competition, part American Idol, part Olympics, Part UN, and part Hunger Games, is all for this. Tonight’s new competitors are the biggest sponsors (UK,…

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Eurovision 2017: Semi-Finals 2

And we’re back for night two. Like the populace that watched rapt for 75 consecutive Hunger Games, we’re back for our well deserved bread and circus.  So what does the night have in store for us? Let’s jump in! Russia – Julia Samoylova3 – “Flame Is Burning” Just kidding. Russia didn’t…

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