Squid Game hits you and doesn’t stop. Episode two is so brutally hard to watch, so upsetting, that I couldn’t help but compare it to The Handmaid’s Tale in terms of emotionally affecting scenes.
Doctor Who is a fun, campy show most of the time, but it occasionally decides to terrify. The Daleks are the most famous example, but there’s more to see than just one evil alien race. More twisted, disturbing, and dark things out in that universe.
For better and not for the worst, The Ghost and Molly McGee is basically what you’d expect it to be. The first episode—which is all I’ve seen of it—is in the standard style of episodic comedy. But that’s not a complaint.
People who read my Magic articles might notice a trend where I claim a new set’s not going to make much of an impact until a rotation happens or until a certain strategy dies.
We return to “Forbidden Invention” to see just what Dr. Thorn’s creation is really capable of doing.
It seems like Innistrad came so fast, right? Just when I was getting used to some of the more interesting and playable DND cards, we have another set drop. But, regardless of the pace, this set is proving to be awesome.
Fazbear Frights reviews are back! After a hiatus for the sake of letting the publisher put out more books, we have the tenth issue in this gory, odd series. Was the wait worth it? Is this book even remotely child-friendly? Let’s get into things!
Someone must make the fancy gizmos. Someone needs to toil in the background so everyone can have teleporters and laser pistols. In this three-part Friday Fiction, we explore such a person, such an inventor, and what happens when he invents something too good to give away.
Introducing the Mystical Archive cards to Historic has led to a lot of new decks, new strategies, and even some revivals of old options like Arclight Phoenix. I think no one would argue against them being a cool idea.
If you’re reading this review of Fear Street: Part 3 – 1666 because you wanted to know if you should watch the whole trilogy, I’ll give you your answer: Yes.
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