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The Exorcist on Fox

‘The Exorcist!’ – UPDATED

Fox has brought a version of The Exorcist to the air and it’s fun, as much fun as a show can be that kills a cute tween in the first episode. (This is a two-part post. The first part was posted on October 5, 2016. The updated review is posted below.) One Episode in: The […]


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Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan - The Walking Dead _ Season 7, Episode 8 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Review

Warning: Spoilers ahead for The Waking Dead Season 7. I love The Walking Dead. My Media Medusa co-worker, Louis Martin, has said that the violence in The Walking Dead premiere didn’t bother him because he doesn’t think of The Walking Dead characters as anything but shallow caricatures. Bullshit, Martin! Those people are my friends! Glenn was there in […]


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Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes - The Walking Dead Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

‘The Walking Dead:’ How Far Can We Go?

A lot has already been written about how grim and disgusting the Season 7 opener of The Walking Dead was. There are plenty of things that I find disgusting and the older I get, the longer the list gets. But this episode did not really bother me in the same way that it has bothered […]


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The Walking Dead Wallpaper

5 Worst ‘The Walking Dead’ Scenes Ever

I’m looking forward to The Walking Dead returning this fall, but I’m also bracing myself for ridiculousness. The Walking Dead has a long history of plotlines building to climactic moments that are puzzling, bizarre, and just plain stupid. This got me to thinking about the five worst The Walking Dead scenes ever in zombie apocalypse […]


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Programme Name: Inside No. 9 - TX: 05/02/2014 - Episode: Generics (No. Generics) - Picture Shows: (L-R) Reece Shearsmith, Steve Pemberton - (C) BBC - Photographer: Richard Ansett

‘Inside No. 9’ Review

Our Inside No. 9 review notes that the British dark comedy series, took some unexpected turns. Written, produced, and starring Reese Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton—two names that most Americans would say, “huh?” about if asked—have previously done cult favorites The League of Gentlemen and Psychoville. I’ve seen with their other works, but I should have […]


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