Advance Preview: The Walking Dead Season Ten Looks Promising

The Walking DeadThis Sunday, the popular series, The Walking Dead, returns to AMC. The episode, “Lines We Cross,” written by Angela Kang, picks up months after the season finale. Lines are still drawn, and dealing with the fallout of The Whisperers, our group does their best to stay away from Alpha (Samantha Morton)’s territory, after so many of their own have been killed.

Winter is over, and now on the beach, the group does what they can to get everyone in top shape for fighting what’s to come, practicing and learning formations. Will it be enough?

Things become tense when the children find something unexpected that could mean more trouble is coming.

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Orphan Black: The Next Chapter - Episode 3 Review & Recap

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Orphan Black: The Next ChapterToday Serial Box releases episode three of Orphan Black: The Next Chapter, “Bread and Pottages,” by E.C. Meyers.

The episode is another strong one, and readers finally get a bunch of clones talking together at the same time (although via video chat). Unfortunately, I did not receive audio this time with the episode, so I haven’t heard the scene yet, but I am really eager to hear Tatiana Maslany’s recording of it. It adds so much.

In the third episode, the stakes are getting higher as more is discovered about the explosion at GRIT, and the clones could all be in a lot of danger. I really enjoyed Art’s conversation with Jay in the episode, trying to steer her away from any useful information. It just really brings me back to the television series.

I’m also so glad that Vivi is getting more information about her sisters and realizing she isn’t crazy. At some point, the next step will be for her to confront the other clones, and I’m really excited for that. I do wish, however, that the episode had showed Vivi’s reaction to the what she found out.

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Orphan Black: The Next Chapter - Episode 2 Review & Recap

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Orphan Black: The Next ChapterToday Serial Box releases episode two of Orphan Black: The Next Chapter, a continuation of the popular BBC America television series. The second episode is written by Mishell Baker, a different author than the first (written by Malka Older). I liked the idea from the beginning that they were bringing in other writers, as they often do with episodes of television series, but I was afraid it would not blend well together. Thankfully it does, and it feels like one complete story.

I was really happy to have more characters from the original series return, especially Alison. The author has her down to a T. I always loved the show, and as likely most people reading the series, I am doing so to read about the original characters’ adventures rather than just about the universe of the show.

I love how the story continues to feel like it’s just another episode of the series. The idea of weaving in evidence from the case that started a lot of the problems for the clones is a cool idea, and the border patrol really raises the stakes.

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Orphan Black: The Next Chapter - Episode 1, Part 2 Review & Recap

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Orphan Black: The Next ChapterToday Serial Box releases part two of the first episode of Orphan Black: The Next Chapter. I was really impressed by the first part of the episode, though it was mostly introduction and fairly short. The second part is a bit longer and is when the real meat of the story begins.

I love how with Tatiana Maslany reading the story, even though it isn’t on television, you can still feel each clone’s personality. It's great to hear about the original clones, and I am especially eager to hear about Sarah and Allison as the season continues. Plus, I think it will be even more fun when multiple clones are together in the same scene interacting. Still, it's really appealing that there is a new clone as a main character, and Vivi is very likable and a lot different from the others we know.

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Orphan Black: The Next Chapter - Episode 1, Part 1 Recap

Orphan Black: The Next ChapterLast Thursday, Serial Box released the first part of the first episode of their new audio book series Orphan Black: The Next Chapter, narrated by Tatiana Maslany, which you can read my review of here if you haven’t.

Tomorrow, when part two is released, I will be posting about that part of episode one, but I decided to write both a review and a recap together. So, I decided that it only made sense to post a recap from part one. Read on below, but please be aware, it’s full of spoilers for part one. Stay tuned for my post-mortem of part two.

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Orphan Black: The Next Chapter - What Clone Club Has Been Waiting For

Orphan Black: The Next ChapterToday Serial Box released part one of episode one of the highly anticipated continuation of the popular BBC America series, Orphan Black. The Next Chapter takes place eight years after the end of the television series, which followed the intertwined lives of clones as they struggled to not only find their identities, but also stop those behind the cloning program and other atrocities of science.

The new series will see the return of the sisters. Although Project Leda has come to an end, it’s not over. Everything changes when they discover the existence of more clones and are forced out of their anonymous lives in order to stop a disaster.

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Blu-ray Review: The Dead Don't Die is Dead on Arrival

The Dead Don't DieThe Dead Don’t Die takes place in the small town of Centerville when strange things start to happen. Polar fracking causes the earth’s rotation to change and the hours of daylight to shift.

Chief Cliff Robertson (Bill Murray) and Officer Ronnie Peterson (Adam Driver) are called in to investigate a dispute when farmer Frank Miller (Steve Buscemi) accuses Hermit Bob (Tom Waits) of stealing his chickens. Animals behaving abnormally is only part of the changes coming to the town.

Back at the station, they meet up with Officer Mindy Morrison (Chloë Sevigny). A local alcoholic’s body (Carol Kane) sits in a cell, waiting for the peculiar new undertaker Zelda Winston (Tilda Swinton).

When bodies start rising from their graves and two of the women who work at the local diner are killed, Robertson and his officers must investigate the bizarre murders and try to navigate their way through the rising zombie apocalypse.

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Blu-ray Review: Men in Black: International is Another Out of This World Installment

Men in Black: InternationalMen in Black: International is the fourth film in the Men in Black franchise, which focuses on the secret government agency who protects the Earth from the scum of the universe. The story follows Molly, (Tessa Thompson), who after seeing something she can’t explain as a child, works to prove aliens do exist. Eventually she gets her dream job for the MIB as Agent M.

As M is getting used to a life where there are aliens around every corner, she ends up partnered with the cocky Agent H (Chris Hemsworth), who is a hero at the agency for previously saving the universe along with his boss, Agent High T (Liam Neeson).

When the two are sent on a routine mission to protect an asset, things quickly go from bad to worse. The two must work together as they meet a myriad of unique and amusing characters along the way, including their new friend Pawny (Kumail Nanjiani), to stop the biggest global threat yet, a mole inside the organization.

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Captain Marvel is an Entertaining Addition to Your Marvel Library - Out Now on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, & DVD

Captain MarvelCaptain Marvel, based on the comic-book series first published in 1967, which introduces Marvel’s first female-franchise stand-alone title character, is available on Blu-ray and Blu-ray 4K Ultra HD starting today. The film, directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, takes place in the 1990s and follows Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) as she eventually becomes Captain Marvel.

At the beginning, Danvers, who goes by the name Vers, has been learning to control her powers and training as a member of the Kree military team known as Starforce, under the command of Yon-Rogg (Jude Law). When a rescue mission goes awry, she finds herself back on earth, and realizes she might have been there before.

While trying to find answers to her past, as well as stop the Skrulls, the shape-shifting alien race who followed her to earth, she runs into Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson). The two of them must work together to stop the alien threat and protect planet Earth.

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Advance Preview: NOS4A2 is a Unique Take on the Vampire Genre

NOS4A2Tomorrow, AMC premieres its new series, NOS4A2. The series is based on a novel of the same name by Joe Hill.

The story starts out when an old immortal man named Charles Manx (Zachary Quinto) lures a young boy named Daniel (Asher Miles Fallica) into his Rolls Royce Wraith with candy and Christmas gifts, while his henchman kills the boy’s mother and her boyfriend. He promises the boy that he will bring him to Christmasland where he will never be lonely, and unhappiness is against the law. It’s easy to see right away that something sinister is going on.

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