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‘Dexter: New Blood’: Michael C. Hall Shares Which Episodes to Watch for a ‘Quick Binge’ Before the Revival

‘Dexter: New Blood’: Michael C. Hall Shares Which Episodes to Watch for a ‘Quick Binge’ Before the Revival

  The wait is almost over for the long-anticipated revival of Showtime’s Dexter. Dexter: New Blood will premiere on Nov. 7 and will pick back up 10 years after the events of the finale in Dexter. It’s also been almost eight years since the series finale aired. With that said, some fans might need a little brush-up on Dexter before the revival. Michael C. Hall recently shared the four best episodes of Dexter that fans should watch for a quick ...

How Candyman 2021 Fits Into Today’s World

How Candyman 2021 Fits Into Today’s World

Historically, the horror genre has included films that offer pointed socio-political commentary under the guise of outlandish monsters and supernatural curses. Look no further than the 1956 “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” for veiled commentary on McCarthyism, or the 1982 David Cronenberg film “Videodrome” for an ahead-of-its-time examination about how technology can take over society; or George A. Romero’s zombie classic “Night of the Living Dead” for a metaphorical representation of the tumultuous year of 1968. In recent years, leading ...

Netflix’s ‘Brand New Cherry Flavor’ Is a ‘Wild Ride’ of a Horror Show, Star Says

Netflix’s ‘Brand New Cherry Flavor’ Is a ‘Wild Ride’ of a Horror Show, Star Says

Brand New Cherry Flavor is a “wild ride” that alters what we perceive horror to be, according to one of its stars. Speaking exclusively to TechRadar about Netflix’s upcoming horror show, Manny Jacinto (The Good Place, Bad Times at the El Royale) teased what fans can expect when the series — based on the Todd Grimson novel of the same name — arrives on Aug. 13. Set in the 1990s, Brand New Cherry Flavor stars Rosa Salazar (Undone, Parenthood) as ...

How Dystopian Horror Helps Us Find Our Humanity Again

How Dystopian Horror Helps Us Find Our Humanity Again

While we’ve always consumed massive amounts of media from the comfort of our living rooms, in the spring of 2020, watching from home became the only option. A life-threatening pandemic was raging just outside, and tastes leaned towards lush, comforting television shows that tranquilized people into believing everything was going to be all right: “Bridgerton,” “The Queen’s Gambit” and “The Great British Baking Show” broke records for Netflix and won unexpected fans. But, we live in a noisy, distracting world, ...