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Advance Review: Dark Matter - A Fun and Kick-Ass Ride

Dark MatterOn June 12th, Syfy premieres the new original space opera, Dark Matter, which is based on the Dark Horse Comics' graphic novel by the same name, by Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie, who serve as executive producers on the series. The show focuses on the crew of a derelict spacecraft who awaken from stasis with no memory of who they are, where they are, or why they are there. The six crew members, along with the ship's android, must work together to find answers.

The well-written script draws you in, but along with the drama and action, it also contains moments of humor to keep it light. I greatly enjoyed the mystery element in the pilot and the surprises along the way, and can tell from the first episode that the story is one that has staying power, and the characters can be taken a lot of interesting places.

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Advance Review: Stitchers - A Unique Sci-Fi Drama That the Whole Family Can Enjoy

StitchersTuesday night ABC Family premieres its new series Stitchers. The science fiction drama follows Kirsten Clark (Emma Ishta), a brilliant computer science graduate student, who because of a medical condition, is emotionally distant. However, perfect for the job, she is recruited to a secret government agency to the Stitchers program, where after being submersed in a tank of water and connected to computers, she is "stitched" into the minds of the recently deceased to help solve crimes and other mysteries.

She is joined by the neuroscientist Cameron (Kyle Harris) in the program, who becomes her partner of sorts, as he guides her through the memories of the deceased.

The team is led by Maggie (Salli Richardson-Whitfield), and also includes technician Linus (Ritesh Rajan).

Kirsten must also deal with her roommate, Camille (Allison Scagliotti), another computer science grad student, who might be able to assist her.

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Strange Magic - A Modern Fairytale Musical with Classic Themes - Available Now

Strange MagicStrange Magic tells the story of two side by side kingdoms, the Fairy Kingdom and the Dark Forest. Along the border grow magical flowers, which are used for love potions, but the Bog King (Alan Cumming) from the Dark Forest wants them destroyed.

The story follows fairy Marianne (Evan Rachel Wood), who is about to marry fellow fairy Roland (Sam Palladio), until she discovers he is unfaithful and swears off love. Things take a turn for the worse after a love potion is created and her sister (Meredith Anne Bull) is accidentally dosed and then kidnapped. Eventually she goes head to head with the Bog King, who may not be as evil as he seems.

The story is a romance with classic themes: a princess melts the heart of a monster; the beast can get the beauty. While the story is very cliche at times, it still should be enjoyable to a younger audience or someone looking for a happily ever-after fairytale.

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DVD Review: Broadchurch: The Complete Second Season - A Gripping Mystery That Keeps You Guessing

BroadchurchSeason two of BBC America's award-winning mystery drama series Broadchurch picks up right where the first season finale left off: Detective Ellie Miller (Olivia Colemans)'s husband Joe (Matthew Gravelle) has been arrested after confessing to the murder of local boy Danny Latimer (Oskar McNamara). Miller and the town struggle to accept that fact and move past it as they face the trial that will continue to tear everyone apart.

Rather than a new mystery, the second season delves into the original murder case of the two girls that Detective Alec Hardy (David Tennant) couldn't solve, that was only touched upon in season one, when a key witness returns to Broadchurch seeking Hardy's help.

The new whodunnit, created by Chris Chibnall, is just as thrilling and gripping as season one and really pulls you into the investigation. The script is beautifully written and performed brilliantly. Tennant and Coleman especially fit their roles perfectly. It's fun to watch the two detectives banter back and forth. Andre Buchan and Jodie Whittaker as Mark and Beth Latimer and Charlotte Beaumont as their daughter Chloe are very believable as the grieving family. Arthur Darvill also returns as Reverend Paul Coates and is excellent in the role.

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Advance Review: Wayward Pines - A Gripping Psychological Thriller That Keeps Getting Better

Wayward PinesMay 14th FOX will premiere its new 10 episode limited series Wayward Pines. The psychological thriller, starring Matt Dillon, is based on Blake Crouch's international best-selling book series and was adapted for television by Chad Hodge. The premiere episode was directed by M. Night Shyamalan, who also serves as executive producer.

The series follows Secret Service Agent Ethan Burke (Dillon) and his search for two missing agents, including his partner, Kate Hewson (Carla Gugino), which is turned upside-down when he enters the strange town of Wayward Pines. Outwardly the town looks idyllic: a great place to settle down and raise a family, but all is not what it seems. When his car is hit head on by a truck, Burke is thrust into the community.

Within ten minutes of starting Wayward Pines, I already could tell I would be hooked on this series. As usual with Shyamalan's projects, the show has a creepy atmosphere that leaves you questioning everything and wanting more, and is of course filmed beautifully.

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Advance Review: Broadchurch Season 2 Finale, Airing Tonight on BBC America

BroadchurchWill Joe be convicted of murder, or will he walk free? Who killed Lisa Newberry and Pippa Gillespie? Will the Latimer family be able to survive the trial? And, perhaps most importantly, will Miller and Hardy become a couple? These are just a few of the questions that were proposed at the beginning of Broadchurch’s second season, and viewers can rest assured, they will be answered in the season finale.

Throughout Broadchurch’s sophomore season, viewers have been biting their nails throughout the swirling intrigue of the converging plotlines (as well as the annoying court case, but more on that later). Coming off of the fast-paced first season, this season has had its stagnant moments. However, just when the viewer starts to worry, the story takes an unexpected twist, which is expertly handled by writer/creator, Chris Chibnall. Courtroom drama expert Chibnall is not, as evidenced by the numerous goofs in his courtroom scenes. That said, Chibnall’s strong skills in mystery, relationship drama, and suspense are immaculate, allowing the audience to forgive him for any transgression on the courtroom front. Finales can always be difficult, and dealing with tough subject matter means that endings are never happy. Yet Chibnall manages to draw all storylines to a satisfying close, leaving just enough room for a third season.

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Advance Review: The Messengers - A Fresh Addition to the Supernatural Genre

The MessengersTonight the new series The Messengers premieres on The CW. In the first episode, a mysterious object crashes on earth, exploding in blinding light. From it comes a shockwave, that upon hitting five strangers across the country, causes them to fall and die in an instant, and then suddenly wake back up. After the event, the few are not the same as before and have special gifts, from extra strength to the ability to heal. An even bigger change? They all have beautiful white wings in their reflections.

Also from the fire of the crash comes a mysterious and ominous man (Diogo Morgado), who seems to be less than angelic.

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Advance Review: The Final Season of Lost Girl is Still As Kick-Ass as Ever

Lost GirlFriday season five of the hit series Lost Girl returns to Syfy with all-new episodes for its finale season.

The premiere picks up where the show last left off. Kenzi (Ksenia Solo) is in Valhalla, and Bo (Anna Silk) will do whatever she has to, to get her out. As always, her friends are there to help her and protect her if need be.

There was also the introduction of a few new Fae and Valkyries.

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Advance Review: Bitten Returns with Darker Tones & More Bite

BittenBitten returns Friday night to Syfy with an all-new special two-hour premiere of season two.

The series picks up a few days after it left off. Jeremy (Greg Bryk) found out that James William (James McGowan) was actually his father, Malcolm, Logan (Michael Xavier)'s girlfriend, Rachel (Genelle Williams), who is pregnant with his child, was kidnapped by Malcolm, and Elena (Laura Vandervoort) found Philip (Paul Greene)'s severed head in her bed. Season two doesn't slow down from there. The pack must hunt down and kill Malcolm or Jeremy must step down as Alpha.

Season two brings a new supernatural element to the show as witches are introduced. The Pack meet two witches are willing to do what they need to get what they want, even if it involves hurting werewolves, who they say they want to help. The worst part is, there is someone or something much much worse out there, something even Malcolm's afraid of.

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DVD Review: Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death - Creepy Visuals Without the Scares - Out Now

Woman in Black 2: Angel of DeathFollowing the success of the original movie from 2012, The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death had the makings of another great horror film: the creepy sets and atmosphere, a well-chosen cast, and trailers that made you want to see what the angry spirit was up to now. I was quite excited to receive the Blu-ray. The original film starring Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter franchise) was haunting and full of great scares that were reminiscent of more classic horror films. Upon the start of the sequel; however, I was sadly disappointed.

Although the visuals were there and the actors did a fine job with what they were given, the scares were not, which let's face it, is the most important part of a horror film. It felt disjointed at points and dragged on at others. The first third of the film to me felt wasted and nothing really occurred until forty-five minutes in.

The script and story itself wasn't bad; it was actually decently interesting, but something about the delivery was off.

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