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“I’m worried about this country” – The First Purge Review

By The Nerdling

The Purge franchise, created by James DeMonaco, has endeavored to join the ranks of other sociopolitical horror films of the past such as… 1,092 more words

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Preacher Recap – “Gonna Hurt”

By The Nerdling

Tulip looks for ways to free Jesse from Gran’ma while Jesse tries to protect Cassidy from Jody and TC.

Spoilers and possibly TC’s dangle… 1,059 more words

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Poor Casting Choice

(Source: Mean Girls, Paramount Pictures.)

Everyone is up in arms about Scarlett Johansson playing a trans man in her newest film. This, coming after the backlash of whitewashing the role of Motoko Kusanagi from ‘Ghost in the Shell.’ I don’t dislike her, though there are some things about her association with Woody Allen to be problematic. 239 more words

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The Unflattering Mirror "The Purge" Franchise Holds Up to America

By The Nerdling

Happy Independence Day to all of our American readers!

For many of us, it is difficult to commemorate the birth of our nation when the government is actively working to create hatred and discontent among its citizens.  1,144 more words

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Preacher Recap – “Sonsabitches”

By The Nerdling

Jesse plots to remove himself from the clutches of his Gran’ma.

Spoilers for TC’s Swamp Consommé Recipe

Missed Payment Fees are a Bitch… 1,024 more words

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Second Dinner - The Michael Crichton Episode

Welcome to Second Dinner, a 3 person podcast where we talk about TV, movies, recent events & honestly whatever’s in our head

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Thespian Thursday: D.E.B.S.

By The Nerdling

While this 2004 Indie movie might be silly with an extra helping of cheese, D.E.B.S. is an amusing spy movie spoof with a sweet coming-of-age/coming-out lesbian storyline at its heart and a great Indie soundtrack along with a perfectly placed Erasure song.  575 more words

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