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11 July 2018

ATX Exclusive: Phil Rosenthal talks Somebody Feed Phil

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Phil Rosenthal is a happy-go-lucky ball of quirky energy. The Emmy-winning creator of Everybody Loves Raymond was at the ATX Television Festival to talk about his new Netflix show Somebody …

27 April 2018

Nominee Interview Series: Alfonso Herrera

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Before we announce the winners of the 2017 MyEntWorld Critics’ Pick Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Sense8 is a really fascinating show. It simultaneously pushes boundaries while …

31 March 2018

Nominee Interview Series: Mindhunter‘s Jennifer Haley

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Before we announce the winners of the 2017 MyEntWorld Critics’ Pick Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. The divide between people who like Mindhunter and people who love …

24 March 2018

Nominee Interview Series: Amber Rose Revah

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Before we announce the winners of the 2017 MyEntWorld Critics’ Pick Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Netflix’s The Punisher has an amazing ensemble, but possibly the most intriguing castmember …

20 November 2017

The Punisher

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*moderate spoilers ahead* Some of my earliest memories of the Marvel comics character ‘The Punisher’ come from the old PlayStation 2 game. A gritty third-person shooter where you could have …

19 November 2017

Netflix, 30 Minutes at a Time: Part III

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I love half hour television. Most of my favourite shows are half hours- not necessarily comedies, but half hours. Peak TV has led to a boom in genre rebellion, shows …

12 November 2017

Netflix, 30 Minutes at a Time: Part II

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I love half hour television. Most of my favourite shows are half hours- not necessarily comedies, but half hours. Peak TV has led to a boom in genre rebellion, shows …

05 November 2017

Netflix, 30 Minutes at a Time: Part I

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I love half hour television. Most of my favourite shows are half hours- not necessarily comedies, but half hours. Peak TV has led to a boom in genre rebellion, shows …

21 August 2017

What’s Left to Defend in The Defenders

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*several spoilers below* I spend this weekend watching Netflix’s The Defenders from the comfort of my squashy red armchair, alternating between chuckling at Krysten Ritter’s facial expressions and groaning whenever …

08 March 2017

A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Wide Window

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The third story in A Series of Unfortunate Events is “The Wide Window” and it’s…fine. It is good at points, but never achieves any greatness. The pacing problems from “The …

26 February 2017

A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Reptile Room

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A Series of Unfortunate Events continues to delight with “The Reptile Room”. While this adaptation of the second book of the series was fun, some pacing issues and gaps in …

18 February 2017

Pilot Watch: The Santa Clarita Diet

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Netflix needs to slow down. They appear to be operating under a “the more the merrier” business plan and at a certain point that level of saturation cannot possibly support …

02 February 2017

A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Bad Beginning

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Other than Harry Potter, if there was a book series that dominated my childhood, it would have to be A Series of Unfortunate Events. The stories follow the Baudelaire orphans …

25 October 2016

Luke Cage: And the Band Played On

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There’s a lot to love about this series. The way it deals with society’s criminalization of clothing, of black culture and black people. The heavy stylizing of Harlem and the …

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