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TV Talk - Mindhunter - Season One

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So, I wanted to add an addition to all of this entertainment talk that I do and that’s TV Talk that will happen every Thursday. 590 more words


Review: Mindhunter Season 1 Episode 9 "Episode 9"

David Fincher’s dark, delicate grip is instantly prevalent from the excellently disturbing opening sequences. The grim, gritty reality that Fincher paints is well reflected by Ford’s continued downfall and disregard for women as mere objects and mechanisms of research and insight into the mind of their controllers. 76 more words


Series review: Mindhunter

Back in the 90’s there were four TV series you could argue were the flagship shows of that decade.

One was an animated cartoon that (at the time of writing) is still going (although not for much longer if rumours are to be believed). 1,118 more words

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Review: Mindhunter Season 1 Episode 8 "Episode 8"

Ford’s need for control and ownership of the study is clearly displayed here, as the character attempts to apply the research and his understanding of deviant behaviour into a real world context. 74 more words


Mindhunter Season 1 review

Although Mindhunter came along on a hype train, it certainly lived up to it and then some.

Netflix had already renewed the series for a second run without an episode being released which showed a confidence in the writing and the performances. 206 more words

Jonathan Groff, Chelsea Manning and More LGBTQ Public Figures Land Out Magazine's OUT100 Covers

A big congratulations are in order for this year’s OUT100 honorees!
Out magazine just released its 22nd annual list of celebrities and public figures being recognized for their… 11 more words

Mindhunter: it’s hard out here for the straight white male

Funny enough, we are starting this blog about diversified representation by focusing on the privileged race, gender and sexual orientation of our society, but bear with us. 1,174 more words

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