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‘We Are Who We Are’ is an entrancing exploration of identity and much more

    ‘We Are Who We Are’ is an entrancing exploration of identity and much more

“It’s time we changed this world and ourselves. In order to do that, we have to know ourselves.” On an American military base in Italy during the fall of 2016,

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Season one of ‘Lovecraft Country’ is a mostly solid success

    Season one of ‘Lovecraft Country’ is a mostly solid success

Content warning: Minor spoilers ahead “We have to stop letting their fear shape us.” So, “Lovecraft Country” brought its first season to a thunderous finish Sunday night. Across ten episodes,

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Impressions: ‘We Are Who We Are’ could become a visually stunning exploration of youth and identity

    Impressions: ‘We Are Who We Are’ could become a visually stunning exploration of youth and identity

“So, what should I call you?” Moving to an American military base in Italy in 2016 with his two moms, eccentric 14-year-old Fraser Wilson (Jack Dylan Grazer) falls in with

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Katherine Langford tries to anchor uneven YA Netflix fantasy ‘Cursed’

    Katherine Langford tries to anchor uneven YA Netflix fantasy ‘Cursed’

¨Where to begin? With fire or water?” Another year, another twist on Arthurian myth. Dating back millennia, the original mythology has been re-adapted, re-worked and satirized with dozens of reinterpretations

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‘The God of High School’ shapes up to be more than initially seemed

    ‘The God of High School’ shapes up to be more than initially seemed

An adaptation of a South Korean web manhwa called “The God of High School” recently aired its first two episodes

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‘The Outsider’: A magnificently eerie take on grief and loss

    ‘The Outsider’: A magnificently eerie take on grief and loss

Warning: Light spoilers ahead Sunday saw the finale for HBO’s “The Outsider” and revealed the fate of the green hoodie-clad

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HBO’s ‘Watchmen’ is one of the best shows of the last decade

    HBO’s ‘Watchmen’ is one of the best shows of the last decade

“Nothing ever ends.” The original 1986 “Watchmen” comic from writer and sorcerer Alan Moore and illustrator Dave Gibbons is many

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Despite some strides, “Sex and the City” still symbolizes lack of diversity in TV history

    Despite some strides, “Sex and the City” still symbolizes lack of diversity in TV history

Like many others, I spent my winter break starting something new. By “something new” I mean, rewatching television shows. One

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