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episode 10: 'roseanne's gone nuts'

We talk Roseanne’s awful politics, the politics of post-thomous outing in the case of Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston and we are taking a deep look at the trailer of Winona Ryder’s new Netflix series. 130 more words

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Five Reasons 'Stranger Things' Worked, and One Big Question

“Stranger Things” has pulled off an increasingly rare feat. In an age in which TV is saturated with what often feels like too much TV, it’s become a true word-of-mouth hit. 1,756 more words

Opinion

The Featurette For Netflix's 'STRANGER THINGS' Starring Winona Ryder

While Netflix has already released their new original sci-fi horror series STRANGER THINGS, which is now streaming, they’ve released a new featurette where Winona Ryder, who plays Joyce Byers talks about the emotional and harrowing performance in her first major TV role. 153 more words

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'Stranger Things': Winona Ryder Discusses First Major TV Role in Netflix Featurette

Winona Ryder gets candid in a new featurette for her Netflix series “Stranger Things.”

The actress discusses jumping into her first major TV role in the video, released on Tuesday by the streaming giant.  219 more words

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Stranger Things Review

As many others have done, I was quickly roped into Stranger Things, and have written a review, along with some analytical thoughts (mostly regarding Stephen King references). 746 more words

Book Blog

Stranger Things: A Spoiler-Free Review

Netflix have outdone themselves with ‘Stranger Things’. I’m writing this review about 5 minutes after finishing the final episode and I have so many emotions and opinions that I need to express, so this is a review in the raw… prepare yourself. 511 more words

Review

5 Reasons to Watch 'Stranger Things' on Netflix This Summer

This was originally posted on my new Creators.co/Moviepilot account, which you can find here.

Netflix’s Stranger Things has been out for just over a week and it seems as though many fans have already made it through the whole season with ease. 697 more words

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