Category: TV series

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Stranger conversations

Mere hours before “Strangers Things” season 3 gets released, Chris and Dan sat down to talk about the first two seasons of the series. Chris: One of the first things that comes to mind, when talking about “Stranger Things” is the 80s nostalgia and how it was used to create the whole storyline. You can see… Continue reading

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New Dragon Ball Film and FLCL!

Dragon Ball Film and News There is a new Dragon Ball Super film in the works. Everyone. The hype is REAL! The animation looks smooth – much like the most recent Dragon Ball films: Battle of The Gods and Resurrection of Frieza. With the Tournament of Power ending, it’s still unclear as to where Dragon… Continue reading

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Big Geekified 2017 Summary. Part 4/5: TV Series

Welcome to the penultimate part of our 2017 summary. This time we write about our favourite TV series: from Japanese animations to live-action dramas. Doctor Who: Christmas Special Doctor Who and Christmas Specials are almost synonimous. Airing on Christmas on BBC America, it was exciting to see The Doctor regenerate into a female. Jodie Whittaker…. Continue reading

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Miyazaki’s singular ‘Lupin the 3rd: The Castle of Cagliostro’ screens twice in September

For American anime fans who need end-of-summer salvation, know that a guardian angel has your back. The Hayao Miyazaki opus “Lupin the 3rd: The Castle of Cagliostro” enjoys a second coming! Maybe the blessed event is destined for a hallowed location near you! Thanks to acclaimed Sega-Sammy subsidiary TMS Entertainment, plus distributors ELEVEN ARTS Anime… Continue reading

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Big ‘Boom’ in Bentonville

Bentonville Film Festival (BFF) are fast friends. As proof, this duo fuses forces for explosive fun on Friday, May 5 in Bentonville, Arkansas. The public is hereby invited. Now 3 years old, BFF is the brainchild of American retail juggernaut Walmart and Oscar-winning actor Geena Davis (“Thelma & Louise,” “Beetlejuice,” “Stuart Little”). For its 2017… Continue reading

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Twin Peaks Revival: First Photos

In the era of TV series revivals (we’ve had X-Files, Gilmore Girls, 24, Heroes and Dallas recently, just to name a few), there is one that I’m especially excited to see: Twin Peaks. It’s been 26 years since the series ended on that mesmerising cliffhanger (“Where’s Annie?” – I still shiver on a mere thought… Continue reading