The Complex review – an interactive movie about a bio-weapon attack on London Bunker Down

This review of The Complex is based on the game’s PC version. It is also available on PS4, Xbox One,

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The Nest episode 2 recap – so that’s what she’s hiding Pregnancy Test

This recap of The Nest Episode 2 contains spoilers. You can check out our thoughts on the previous episode by

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Trauma Center review – trash cinema at its worst or finest, it doesn’t really matter Traumatic Viewing

I’m not sure what has happened to Bruce Willis’s film career, but if it wasn’t on life support before, it

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Swallow review – a film with an uncommon raw power The Things We Do To Women, Part II

I recently wrote a review of Netflix’s Lost Girls where I referenced a line used by Aaron Sorkin in The

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The Nest episode 1 recap – a compelling new surrogacy thriller A Simple Favor

This recap of The Nest Episode 1 contains spoilers. The Nest is the latest in a burgeoning trend of BBC

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The Decline review – a nasty, but unmemorable survivalist thriller Living Off the Land

Patrice Laliberté’s French-Canadian survivalist thriller The Decline, new on Netflix today, is about isolated people viciously turning on each other,

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The Mire review – will self-isolation lead people into the depths of this bleak Polish crime-thriller? Sink In

You have to imagine that a show like The Mire, a dour, handsomely-produced six-part Polish crime thiller, would do decently well

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The Occupant review – a dark psychological thriller from Spain Moving Out

David and Àlex Pastor’s throwback noir The Occupant, now available on Netflix, is a good example of a classic genre

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She season 1 review – a road to empowerment in Indian Netflix thriller Unleashing your dormant sexuality.

Indian Netflix Series She season 1 will be released on Netflix on March 20th, 2020 – Add it to your

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The Coldest Game review- a pawn in the side of the espionage genre Move Ahead

It’s a good thing they don’t play chess by candlelight otherwise Bill Pullman spontaneously combusts like a small batch of

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You Cannot Hide review – a twisty, binge-worthy thriller You Can Run, Though

New on Netflix today, the pacey 10-episode thriller series You Cannot Hide might be the purest binge-watch candidate of the weekend. All

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The Host review – a sneakily watchable knockoff that quickly loses the plot Enjoy Your Stay

I suspect I enjoyed Andy Newbery’s Hitchcockian thriller The Host a bit more than many will, in part because I’m partial to

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Cobra review – a nitpicker’s nightmare, but undeniably binge-able television Disaster Management

There are some shows that you shouldn’t think too much about, and Sky’s new crisis management thriller Cobra is probably one of

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A Fall From Grace review – a hysterically bad thriller from Tyler Perry Objection

Through sheer coincidence, I found myself watching Tyler Perry’s A Fall From Grace (Netflix) less than 24 hours after watching Destin Daniel

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