CBR Review: Buffy the Vampire Slayer 25th Anniversary Special #1

hanks to its enduring popularity, Buffy the Vampire Slayer is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year with much fanfare. The teen hunter and the cast of eclectic characters sank their fangs into the public imagination and never let go. So what better way to celebrate the beloved franchise than with an anthology collection of stories from the Buffy-verse, bringing some much-needed-feel-good nostalgia to readers and also promising more from BOOM! Studios excellent adaptations of the series.

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Clark Gregg Cast in Snowpiercer

Clark Gregg has been cast in Snowpiercer for its forthcoming fourth season. Based on the film of the same name and French graphic novel Le…

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Anthony Stewart Head Guest Starring in Bridgerton

Anthony Stewart Head appears in the fifth episode of of Bridgerton‘s second season. He plays Lord Sheffield alongside Shobu Kapoor’s Lady Sheffield. Bridgerton season two…

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Screen Rant Review: Cabin in the Woods

Despite releasing over a decade ago, the depth of The Cabin in the Woods’ horror satire and ending is still drawing discussion. Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon’s The Cabin in the Woods bends the horror genre n away that’s rarely done well, introducing subtle but persistent satirical subtext into what seems on the surface to be a relatively simplistic slasher. The film’s use of satire is ultimately what separates The Cabin in the Woods from its more self-serious contemporaries, securing the film a lasting legacy alongside the likes of Scream and The Evil Dead.

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Mind Matters Review: Firefly – Ariel

Simon, with access to medical equipment, diagnoses his erratic sister’s neurological issues – after she has unaccountable stabbed Jayne

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Anthony Stewart Head in Let The Wrong One In (video clip)

Anthony Stewart Head is facing vampires once again in this horror-comedy from Dark Sky Films. Watch the video clip below: Let The Wrong One In…

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BOOM! Studios Announce Buffy Spin Off Series

BOOM! Studios have announced a new series set in the Buffyverse, “The Vampire Slayer” to premiere in April 2022. The series will be written by…

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Billboard Interview: Dove Cameron on Finding the ‘Freedom’ to Write Her Queer Anthem ‘Boyfriend’

When Dove Cameron started writing “Boyfriend,” she had zero expectations it would take flight. “I never though it would end up on the EP if I’m being honest,” she tells Billboard. But after a TikTok tease of the chorus went viral, the singer/actress and her team wasted no time getting into the studio to complete the unfinished demo.

Now, the Disrupter Records single is her first non-Disney hit on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching No. 42 on the March 19, 2002 chart. “Usually you have three months to prepare for a song, but we all strapped in and have been making up for lost time. Which means I’m not ever sleeping,” she laughs.

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Video for Dove Cameron’s New Single, ‘Boyfriend’

Dove Cameron (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.)has released a video for her new Single, ‘Boyfriend’, which explores her queer identity which she made public last year. The…

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L’OFFICEL: How ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer Defined the Teen Vampire Romance Genre

This month Buffy the Vampire Slayer celebrates its 25th anniversary. Throughout its run from 1997 to 2003, the series saw incredible critical acclaim, with multiple accolades. Sarah Michelle Gellar, who plays vampire slayer Buffy Summers, is credited with changing the way female protagonists were viewed on television and was nominated for a Golden Globe for her work on the show.

The show’s case and crew constantly broke barriers in an otherwise formulaic space. Body swaps, musicals, and an episode solely revolving around the shock and grief experienced the day someone dies: no background music, no sharp one-liners, and no monsters. And it worked.

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