Norm Macdonald Has a Show: Season 1 (Netflix)

The alchemy of a true artist.

by Iñaki Oñate

If you wanna see a perfect rendition of a classic joke garnished with Dostoevsky and an odd beat to it that somehow hypnotizes your cynical 21st century mind check out “The Moth Joke” on YouTube as told by comedian legend Norm Macdonald. His masterful storytelling and particular style has made every human being who enjoys North American comedy a little less miserable and forget their troubles through laughter for the last 30 years.

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Review: Luis Miguel: La Serie (S01)

Don’t blame it on the moonlight, blame it on the good writing.

by Iñaki Oñate

Surprise, surprise. The most successful Latin American Netflix series
to date is not a rip off of Breaking Bad or some drug cartel action-drama
with moustachio’d druglords  and yellowish cinematography. Nope, the biggest hit in the history of Latin American Netflix is a biopic and has pop superstar Luis Miguel as its protagonist: Luis Miguel: La Serie.

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True Detective Season 3 Confirmed… Again

We get the world we deserve… in 2019.

by Benjamín Harguindey

True Detective‘s third season has been confirmed yet again by HBO with some new information, and while there isn’t much more information than it was reported a year ago we’re finally given a plot and a release date.

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‘The Sopranos’ Returns

Don’t stop believing: prequel movie in the works.

by Benjamín Harguindey

In a world where Twin Peaks comes back 25 years after getting cancelled everything is possible, including the return of another television series hallmark such as The Sopranos, which also toted its own infamous puzzler of an ending.

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Review: Mindhunter (S01, 2017)

I would kill for you.

by Iñaki Oñate

Jeffrey Dahmer used to chop up his victims and put them in his refrigerator, right next to a tupper filled with waldorf salad. Why did he commit such horrible acts of psychotic rage? His victims were also his lovers: he would kill them in order to posses them forever. Killing them and cutting them into pieces was a way to ensure that they wouldn’t leave him or break his heart. Continue reading “Review: Mindhunter (S01, 2017)”

Review: Stranger Things Season 2

So, when is Stranger Things 3 out?

by Katia Kutsenko

While Should I Stay or Should I go is still a must in our playlists, Stranger Things brings a whole new level of ‘80s into our life. Not only with a whole new range of music and pop references but with a new, compelling season that completely overshadow  he first episodes that made us fall in love with the series last year. Because if Stranger Things was “great”, Stranger Things 2 is closer to “magnificent” or “spectacular”. You can even choose “brilliant”, if you are up for it. And, let’s be honest: who’s not?

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Review: Twin Peaks 2017 E18

Analyzing the beautiful, sudden and disconcerting finale.

by Benjamín Harguindey

A recap of Part 17 and shot-by-shot analysis of Part 18 of Twin Peaks: The Return. Created, produced and written by Mark Frost and David Lynch. Directed by David Lynch. Spoilers.

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