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The New Trailer for Disney’s Live-Action Dumbo Will Pretty Much Rip Your Heart to Shreds

Thanks to the latest trailer for Tim Burton’s live-action remake of Dumbo, you’ll still believe a horribly depressed elephant can fly! He will also be ripped away from his mother and be forced to wear clown make-up, among other cruelties. Read More >>

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Deadpool’s Gina Carano Joins the New Star Wars TV Show The Mandalorian

Pedro Pascal has a new companion in the wings. MMA fighter-turned-actor Gina Carano has been cast in Jon Favreau’s live-action Star Wars television show, The Mandalorian. Read More >>

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Game of Thrones Narrows Down Its Final Season Premiere Date to a Month

The latest teaser for Game of Thrones, highlighting the biggest moments of the series while prepping us for the last season, has told us the month we can expect to see the final battle for the future of Westeros. The long march toward actually figuring out when we can watch the show again...marches on. Read More >>

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Toy Story 4 Might Have the Next Cars-Level Existential Crisis

Cars might be chock full of bizarre conspiracy theories, ranging from “Where do baby cars come from?” to “Does this take place in a dystopian future where humans became cars?” But the newest dark-as-hell mystery involving an innocent children’s franchise has appeared out of thin air, thanks to the first teaser for Disney’s summer 2019 release Toy Story 4. Read More >>

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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Is Getting a Haunting Christmas Special

Hail Santa! Looks like we’re not going to have to wait until season 2 to get more of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has announced that the series is getting a surprise holiday special next month. Read More >>

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Michael Chabon on Honouring Star Trek Canon and How Picard Is ‘The Hero We Need Right Now’

Executive producer Michael Chabon is helping bring back one of Star Trek’s greatest captains, with a new show centred around Captain Jean-Luc Picard (played once again by Patrick Stewart). Chabon and his other writers have a lot to live up to—not just with honouring Picard’s legacy, but also the decades of Star Trek canon that have shaped several shows and films. Based on a recent interview, his approach is pretty healthy: Follow the canon where you can, but find places to make it your own. Read More >>

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Netflix Is Making a Pacific Rim Anime Series

It’s a good day to be a fan of giant kaiju. Netflix has announced that it’s expanding further into animation with several new anime series, including ones based on Pacific Rim and Altered Carbon. Read More >>

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The Walking Dead Teaser Reveals the Long-Awaited Arrival of the Whisperers

Wheeeeeeere aaaaaaare theeeeeeey?” With those three words, the Whisperers have finally come to The Walking Dead. A new look at the next three episodes not only shows us life post-Rick, but also gives us our first glimpse of the villains fans have been waiting years to see. Read More >>

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The 12 Coolest Horror References We Spotted in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is a bewitching series based on a popular comic book, but it also pays homage to the horror genre as a whole. Here are a few of the best horror references we came across during the first season, as well as a few special Easter eggs from behind the scenes. Read More >>

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Here’s the Fashionable Source of Doctor Who’s Iconic Outfit

Jodie Whittaker’s new Doctor Who ensemble isn’t just functional, it’s fashionable – but in a way that’s quirky, slightly androgynous, and alternative. That’s no surprise, considering its origins. Read More >>

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How Horror Movies Get Around Mobile Phones

Mobile phones have changed the way people think, act, and communicate. They’ve also been hell on the horror genre. Smartphones have rendered many classic horror movie tropes ridiculous, or even implausible. However, they’ve also provided opportunities to scare us in new and inventive ways. Let’s look at where modern horror has succeeded, and failed, to enter the digital age. Read More >>

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Netflix Renews Disenchantment for Another 2-Part Season

The kingdom of Dreamland will remain open. Netflix has announced that Matt Groening’s fantasy series Disenchantment has been renewed for another 20-episode season, which means we’ll be getting new episodes through at least 2021. Read More >>

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How I Learned to Love the Doctor Who Companion

Back in 2015, a single image convinced me I would never watch Doctor Who. An older man running away from a giant explosion, pulling along a much-younger woman gazing at him in pure adulation. It exemplified everything that frustrated me about gender representation in film and TV. I’ve since learned the ways of the Whovian — and while I still have concerns, which I’m hoping the new season addresses, I’ve come to see the strength in the modern Doctor Who companion. Read More >>

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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Is a Yummy Cup of Witch’s Brew in Need of a Few More Ingredients 

As a 30-something woman who grew up with The Craft, Charmed, and (of course) Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina feels like being a teen witch again. Only this time, it’s not magical pancakes or superhero costumes, it’s a dark exploration of Satanic worship and the horrors of the patriarchy. The show isn’t perfect and has problems it may never outgrow, but it is a helluva ride. Hail Satan! Read More >>

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Sabrina’s Weird Sisters Share How They Developed Their Creepy Bond

Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina has many characters who are familiar to fans of the horror series from Archie Comics, as well as Melissa Joan Hart’s ‘90s TV show. There’s Sabrina (of course), the aunts, Harvey Kinkle, Ambrose, and beloved black cat Salem. However, there’s a new addition to Sabrina’s circle, and they’re weird as hell. Read More >>