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I have mixed feelings about the 13 Reasons Why season two renewal

I LOVED 13 Reasons Why, I even wrote a gushing piece about it just last week, and it has now been confirmed that a season two is on the way. 369 more words

TV

13 Reasons Why is fantastic and doesn't deserve all this criticism

13 Reasons Why was released all in one go on Netflix at the end of March and has heavily criticised for “glamorising suicide” and for its unflinching portrayals of sexual assault, and the haters, mostly parents, schools and academics, are still talking about it weeks later. 848 more words

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Nerve (2016)

Director: Henry Joost, Ariel Schulman

Writer: Jessica Sharzer (Screenplay) Jeanne Ryan (Novel)

Starring: Emma Roberts, Dave Franco, Emily Meade, Miles Heizer, Kimiko Glenn, Marc John Jeffries… 267 more words

Thriller

13 reasons why NOT to watch 13 reasons why

  1. Its a waste of time
  2. Its predictable – you’ll guess it all in the first episode
  3. You could be watching Big Little Lies instead
  4. The acting is… meh, to say the least…
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Acting

Miles Heizer Joins ‘Simon Vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda'; DeRon Horton Cast In 'Shotgun'

Miles Heizer, who currently stars in the Netflix teen drama series 13 Reasons Why, is set to join co-star Katherine Langford in Fox 2000’s… 219 more words

Breaking News

Featurette: 13 Reasons Why

Today, Netflix released the 13 Reasons Why featurette, the featurette includes footage from 13 Reasons Why and interviews with the cast of the show.

Based on the best-selling books by Jay Asher, 13 Reasons Why follows teenager Clay Jensen as he returns home from school to find a mysterious box with his name on it lying on his porch. 155 more words

Film & TV

Nerve Movie Review

Henry Joost and Ariel Shulman’s techno thriller Nerve boasts a fairly cool concept that is mostly squandered under typical genre cliches. These are the directors responsible from 2010’s documentary (?) Catfish, where revelations about the dark side and fictitious nature of the Internet seemed somewhat new and novel. 344 more words

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