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REVIEW: Candyman (2021)

Nia DaCosta’s Candyman finally hits the silver screen far too long after it was initially promised. The hype and the fervour around the film when its first trailer dropped has only minimally waned in the anxious months since its announcement and its heavily delayed release….

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1: Episode 9

See How They Fly The Millennium Clock is counting down, Doctor Manhattan’s been kidnapped and a new villain gets unveiled. There’s so much for Watchmen to wrap up in the space of a single episode that the prospect of watching the end to this sprawling…

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1: Episode 8

A God Walks into Abar For fans desperate to see more hard ties to the Watchmen characters they know and love – episode eight is the one for you. After the truly shocking twist about Doctor Manhattan’s identity, audiences got to know what life’s been…

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1: Episode 7

An Almost Religious Awe After last week’s astonishing episode revealed more about Will Reeves and his transformation into Hooded Justice – the seventh episode proves once again that Watchmen can expertly flesh out the timeline and the ramifications of the original book with satisfying ease….

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1: Episode 5

Little Fear of Lightning For fans both familiar with the comics and those who aren’t, the mystery behind the bizarre squid-falls is finally shown to the audience in all its’ horrifically tentacled glory. What starts as a crowd-pleasing history lesson turns into a humiliating origin…

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1: Episode 4

If You Don’t Like My Story, Write Your Own For the fourth week running, Watchmen keeps adding new dimensions to our questions while dropping clues and providing minor answers that only transform into new mysteries like a never-ending paradox. Remembering that this comes from one…

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1: Episode 3

She Was Killed by Space Junk  While the initial two episodes of HBO’s Watchmen solely focused on introducing this new world alongside an eclectic group of characters, the third instalment really bridges the gap between the comics and the series in a truly satisfying way….

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1: Episode 2

Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship After last week’s thoroughly gripping premiere, Watchmen’s second episode only further builds up the world of the comics, while also undoubtedly laying the foundations for some fascinating plot developments later down the line. Warning, minor spoilers for the first episode!…

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1: Episode 1

It’s Summer and We’re Running Out of Ice If Alan Moore’s original graphic novel was the deconstruction of the superhero genre, then Damon Lindelof’s Watchmen series takes a hard look at white supremacists, police brutality and racism in 2019’s America. The underlying aim of the…

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HBO Release First Official Trailer For ‘Watchmen’ At SDCC

[kad_youtube url=”” width=720 height=405 ]   “From Damon Lindelof and set in an alternate history where masked vigilantes are treated as outlaws, this drama series embraces the nostalgia of the original groundbreaking graphic novel of the same name while attempting to break new ground of…