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You Gonna Burn It To The Wick: ‘Jessica Jones’ Season 2 Teaser Trailer


It’s completely understandable if you find yourself experiencing Marvel universe fatigue. But… one doesn’t have to watch every single Marvel iteration—whether that be movies or TV series—to appreciate a fantastic, feminist show like Jessica Jones.

Fans have been eagerly awaiting word of the popular Netflix series’ Season 2 premiere date. As this new teaser trailer reveals, that date is March 18, 2018.
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Peek into the Cyberpunk Noir World of ‘Altered Carbon’


2017 has been a good year for Netflix original series, perhaps almost TOO good. Just in the last few months, we’ve been treated to Stranger Things 2, Mindhunter, The Punisher, Godless, Dark, and more. In fact, it’s been almost impossible to keep up, which is a great problem to have.

2018 looks to be just as dazzling. Altered Carbon, based on the cyberpunk noir novel by Richard K. Morgan, is an “intriguing story of murder, love, sex, and betrayal, set more than 300 years in the future.”
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‘Godless’ Is the Western Series We’ve Been Waiting For

It may seem strange—to those of us who’ve become accustomed to TV shows which obfuscate the narrative to generate suspense—that the first episode of Netflix’s Godless lays everything bare. Yet, that is exactly what this show does.
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What Happens When Revenge Isn’t Enough: ‘The Punisher’

Netflix’s first season of The Punisher picks up where Season 2 of Daredevil left off, in a world where everyone thinks Frank Castle is dead and that’s just fine with him.

Jon Bernthal as Frank Castle/The Punisher

For those entering Netflix’s Marvel universe for the first time, here’s what you need to know: Frank Castle, an ex-Marine who fought in Afghanistan, transformed into The Punisher after his family was gunned down as part of a drug deal sting operation gone bad. Frank then goes after those responsible, becoming a vicious vigilante who lives by by the code of “an eye for an eye.”
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‘Mudbound’ is a fascinating, moving film

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Mudbound is a fascinating, moving film from director Dee Rees. Set in the deep south during the forties, this adaptation of Hillary Jordan’s 2008 bestseller is deeply affecting but not without its own contradictions, a sprawling literary epic that feels somehow too contained.

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“Where Are All The Men At?”: New Trailer for Netflix’s ‘Godless’ (NSFW)


The new trailer for Netflix’s new seven-part Western series Godless is here and it’s a corker.
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“Nothing’s Gonna Go Back To The Way It Was”: Stranger Things, Season 2


Netflix’s original series Stranger Things was one of the biggest surprise hits of 2016 so it’s not an exaggeration to say the show’s second season has been one of the most anticipated TV events of 2017.

The second season of a hit TV show is always a gamble: will it be as good as the previous one or will it suffer the dreaded sophomore slump? If you were concerned that Stranger Things 2 would not live up to its reputation, have no fear; at four episodes in, it’s outstanding. After all, there are bigger evils in the world of Hawkins, Indiana to worry about.
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Orcs and Humans Working Together: The World of ‘Bright’ Is Coming to Netflix


If you hoped for a Suicide Squad spinoff that focused on Deadshot and Killer Croc, then you might be interested in Bright, an upcoming Netflix original film that premieres on December 22.
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To Love What Death Has Touched: Teaser Trailer for ‘Godless’

The newest Netflix Original Series to pique my interest is Godless, a seven-part Western helmed by some serious Hollywood heavyweights.
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The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

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Noah Baumbach knows families. Not feel-good crap or five-hankie manipulated drama. Baumbach families are a lot like the ones we share, with real awkwardness, back-handed affection and incidental trauma wound up together in the loving bonds of our flesh and blood. Despite its precious title, The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) captures its titular extended clan with a disarmingly frank gaze. Debuting on Netflix today, it’s among Baumbach’s best films.

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