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Blu-ray Review: Atomic Blonde - Out Now

Atomic BlondeBased on the graphic novel The Coldest City by Kurt Johnstad and set during the Cold War, Atomic Blonde follows undercover MI6 agent Lorraine Broughton (Charlize Theron) as she is sent to Berlin to investigate another agent (Sam Hargrave)’s murder, as well as recover a list of double agents before it gets into the wrong hands. Upon reaching her destination, she is required to join forces with fellow agent David Percival (James McAvoy).

The movie boasts an excellent cast. Theron was made for this role, and I really liked the interplay and tension between her and McAvoy. John Goodman as Emmett Kurzfeld as well as Eddie Marsan as Spyglass were also a fine additions.

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Advance Preview: Ghost Wars - A Welcome Addition to the Syfy Lineup

Ghost WarsTonight Syfy premieres its new series, Ghost Wars. The series follows Roman Mercer (Avan Jogia), a psychic, who after being sick of the way he's treated in the small town of Port Moore, decides to leave. On his way out, an earthquake strikes, awakening a deadly supernatural force. The only one who can see the ghosts, Roman must convince the town that the dead are trapped on earth, and they're angry.



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Advance Review: Channel Zero: No-End House Delivers Big Scares for Season Two

Channel Zero: No-End HouseTonight Syfy premieres season two of the horror anthology series Channel Zero: No-End House. The six-episode installment, which is inspired by the "creepypasta" by Brian Russell, centers around an eerie haunted house where each of six rooms is filled with horrors more disturbing than the last.

The story follows college student Margot Sleator (Amy Forsyth) into the house, who's life is irrevocably changed when she returns home.

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Wynonna Earp - I Hope You Dance Review

Wynonna Earp - "I Hope You Dance" - Welcome Baby Earp

Wynonna EarpThe story so far:

The third seal, aka Doc (Tim Rozon)'s ring of immortality, has been broken, which means the Widows are about to be successful in bringing their husband Clootie, the originator of the Earp curse, back from the dead. Bobo (Michael Eklund) has decided to join their cause if it means he won't return to Hell again.

At the end of the last episode, Waverly (Dominique Provost-Chalkley), Nicole (Katherine Barrell), and Jeremy (Varun Saranga) blew up the trophy and themselves to end the spell that Gretta (Rachael Ancheril) performed that made Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) no longer exist. It worked: Wynonna awoke in a field to not only see Bobo walking with the Widows, but to possibly a contraction.

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Wynonna Earp - Two Seasons Later

Thoughts on Two Seasons of Wynonna Earp

As a geek of TV shows and movies of any kind, Wynonna Earp was different. At first I had no idea what the show was about and did not really understand the story, so I started reading up on the show. It looked badass and so interesting, so I started to watch it without further ado.

The first episode I was scared, but the curiosity of understanding the story drew me to keep watching it.

So, then I started searching for a little bit of background on the cast and crew of the show. When I realized that Emily Andras was the producer, I immediately remembered Lost Girl and that Tim Rozon was in that cast too. I thought the show must be awesome. I also loved it, because I felt like it was going to be show with strong female leads, which became clear when I watched it.

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Wynonna Earp - Gone as a Girl Can Get Review

Wynonna Earp - "Gone as a Girl Can Get" - In a World Without Wynonna Earp

Wynonna EarpPreviously on Wynonna Earp, Gretta (Rachael Ancheril) made a wish that made both Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) and Doc (Tim Rozon) disappear form the world, which also made Waverly (Dominique Provost-Chalkley) not remember any of it, or for that matter that she even had a sister.

The new episode sets up a high level of an excitement that is pure action and full of adrenaline right from the start.

Episode 2.11of Wynonna Earp begins with a big battle scene when Nicole Haught (Katherine Barrell) shoots at revenants and leads the way for her and Waverly as they both try to get into the barn.

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Wynonna Earp - I See a Darkness Review

Wynonna Earp - "I see a Darkness" - At All Costs

Wynonna EarpThis week's episode continues from last week, with everyone still running after the third seal, Doc's ring.

This episode of Wynonna Earp begins with a good action scene as we see the Widow, Mercedes (Dani Kind), standing in front of Nicole (Katherine Barrell). Mercedes is sure that Nicole has the third seal, and she attacks her. During the struggle, Nicole tries to convince Mercedes that she doesn't know where is the last seal is.


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Wynonna Earp - Forever Mine Nevermind Review

Wynonna Earp - Forever Mine Nevermind

Wynonna EarpThis week's episode storyline is a direct extension of the last episode. Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) realized in her vision quest that Doc (Tim Rozon) had the third seal all along, his ring; however, the ring is what keeps him immortal.

This episode is my favorite so far this season! So much is going on, and so much is revealed. I didn't take my eyes off the screen.

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Advance Review: Sharknado 5: Global Swarming

Sharknado 5: Global SwarmingTonight Syfy airs the fifth installment of its movie franchise, Sharknado: Global Swarming. This time the storms go global as the sharknados move from country to country.

Fin Shepard (Ian Ziering), his mostly bionic wife April (Tara Reid), and their youngest son, Gil (Billy Barrett), travel to London to help stop some sharknados from wreaking havoc. While there, Gil is pulled up into the center of the traveling 'nado, and his family, along with Nova (Cassie Scerbo), race across the world, from Stonehenge, to Rio, to Rome, and beyond, to get him back.

As always, the film boasts a bunch of cameos from the likes of Clay Aiken, Chris Kattan, Fabio, Tony Hawk, and many more, as well as references to a lot of films.

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Wynonna Earp - No Future in the Past - 2.08 - Post Mortem

Wynonna EarpFollowing the review is a full recap of the episode.

"No Future in the Past" was my favorite episode of Wynonna Earp so far of the season. So much was going on, and so much was revealed.

At the beginning of the episode, I love that we get more insight into Waverly (Dominique Provost-Chalkley)'s past with the flashbacks in the episode, especially because she's been trying to find out if she's really an Earp.

Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) seemed oblivious to what Waverly went through as a child, though I think that is only because she was a child herself, and also, she was in a very bad place back then and not really looking out for her sister. Thankfully that has changed.

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