Author: Carling McGuire

Grab your walkies and hop on your bikes, because “Stranger Things” is back with the second half of its fourth season. It’s filled with twists, turns, and higher stakes; though you wouldn’t know it by looking. This season is passable as a transition point to the fifth season, but leaves something to be desired. Seeking to go bigger, this season feels a bit lackluster.If you haven’t watched the backend of season 4 yet, you should probably do that before reading further. There will be spoilers ahead. https://youtu.be/yFtRnHLQGIU The addition of more CG spread the special effects thin. You can see…

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Ever wonder what the opposite of a chorus of angels sounds like? Auditions for “America’s Got Talent” saw its share of wowing performances in its 17th season; close-up magic and a dance troupe of light among them. Arguably the most unique of the roster was the Canadian death metal choir group called The Dremeka Choir. “America’s Got Talent” Death Metal Choir NBC The Dremeka Choir are 13 vocalists that all share an enthusiasm for turning popular songs into metal choral pieces. Led by director Pierre-Luc Seneca, the choir growled out the start of “O Fortuna” and Kvlt screamed their way,…

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Put on the party hats and blow out the candles,”Digimon” is officially 25 years old! Fans flocked to Twitter and Instagram to post fanart and celebrate the digital world’s creation. Up there with series like “One Piece” and “Pokémon,” “Digimon” has a special place in the hearts of fans the world over. Crunchyroll “Digimon” began 25 years ago as a virtual pet, created in 1997 by WiZ and Bandai as a rival to Tomagachi. What better way to attract boys than with your very own pet monster? There was obviously some magic in those little LCD beasties. Since then, the…

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