Articles by: Christian Long

‘XXX’ And The Return Of Fighting Against The Man


I mean...sure.

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So, About That First Episode Of ‘The Young Pope’ (TV REVIEW)


A look at HBO's bizarre, brazen new drama 'The Young Pope'

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The Beauty Of The Mundane And The Unique Appeal Of ‘Paterson’ (FILM REVIEW)


The latest from Jim Jarmusch looks at the tedious profundity of everyday life

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When ‘A Monster Calls’, Just Let It Ring (FILM REVIEW)


A tepid, hollow movie that fails at conveying even the most basic emotions

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TV and Film Moments That Defined 2016

Negan Finale

All the big (and little) moments that made up 2016's entertainment landscape

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Make The Most Of Your Downtime With Our Holiday Streaming Guide


A helpful breakdown of what to stream while you get some much-needed downtime this holiday season

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A Garbage Winter Finale Ends A Garbage Half-Season Of ‘The Walking Dead’, America’s Most Popular Garbage Show (TV REVIEW)


Like a student cramming for an exam at the last minute, 'The Walking Dead' finds itself grossly unprepared for its winter finale

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‘Domain’ Muses On The Psychological Implications Of Isolation In The Apocalypse (FILM REVIEW)


Taut and surprising, Domain presents a dystopian view of our increasingly connected world.

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The Cast And Crew Of ‘Domain’ On Creating A Dystopian World On An Indie Budget (INTERVIEW)


The cast and crew of 'Domain' discuss how they created a sci-fi dystopia on an shoestring budget

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‘Office Christmas Party’ Is At Least A Dozen Times More Fun Than Your Actual Office Christmas Party (FILM REVIEW)


A trope filled paint-by-numbers romp? Sure. But that doesn't have to be a bad thing.

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