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Yes, Virginia, There Is A Star Wars Holiday Special

Star Wars is going strong at Disney. Apart from a few bumps in the road (Solo comes to mind), the franchise is getting ready...

INTERVIEW: ‘The Romanoffs’ Composers May Or May Not Be Romanoffs Themselves

The Romanoffs is an anthology television series that airs on Amazon Video about the possible, but most likely not, descendants of a royal Russian...

‘DAREDEVIL’ Season 3 Review: Marvel’s Best Show Is Better Than Ever!

In the latest episode of Kieran's Movie Space, Kieran reviews the latest Marvel show to land on Netflix, Daredevil season three! Is this the best season so...

‘The Haunting Of Hill House’ Review: A Terrifying & Beautiful Horror Series

In the latest episode of Kieran's Movie Space, Kieran reviews the terrifying new horror series from Netflix, The Haunting Of Hill House.

Review: CASTLE ROCK Season Finale

The season finale of Castle Rock hits Hulu Wednesday and boy did it pack a punch, as you will question your humanity by the...

Henry Cavill Cast As Geralt of Rivia In Netflix’ ‘THE WITCHER’ Series

Netflix' upcoming adaptation of The Witcher has found its Geralt of Rivia. Justice League and Mission: Impossible star Henry Cavill has been chosen to play the iconic monster hunter in...

Review: JACK RYAN Delivers An Action Packed Explosively Entertaining First Season

Amazon Prime's Jack Ryan delivers white-knuckle levels of excitement and heart-pounding action sequences easily making it the best new TV series to debut this fall.

Review: SUCCESSION Episode Eight And Nine Is When The Stewie Hits The Fan

A couple of things became crystal clear after last night's episode of Succession. For starters, don't miss an episode because it puts you way behind (I was at the beach last week with my family). More importantly, a war is brewing inside the Roy family, and stakes are only everything Logan (Brian Cox) worked so hard to build.

Review: CASTLE ROCK A Slow Burning Deliciously Twisted Series Fans Will Love

Sam Shaw and Dustin Thomason’s Castle Rock (which makes it debut July 25th on Hulu) takes a slow yet deliberate approach to universe building without sacrificing storytelling or character development.