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Books, Comics and Graphic Novels, Popdose Interviews

The Popdose Interview: Graphic Novelist Greg Ruth

Artist/writer Greg Ruth looks at Geronimo, The Lost Boy, the mystery at The White Lodge and more....

Book Reviews

Book Review: “Becoming Darkness”

A teenage girl uncovers dark secrets about her world in this tale of vampires and an alternate reality where Germany won WWII....

Books, Dw. Dunphy On...

Dw. Dunphy On… Is “The Cuckoo’s Calling” More Marketing Than Liberating?

J.K. Rowling has managed to have both the fairness of anonymity and the mega-success of the brand name all at once....

Film, Popdose Lists

Popdose Prime: 10 Movies With a Replacement Actor in the Sequel (Like “Grown Ups 2”)

The big news surrounding Grown Ups 2, other than the fact that it’s yet another cynically-conceived way for Adam Sandler to hang out...

Film, Popdose Lists

Popdose Prime: 10 Movies That Are Fifth-quels (to Prepare You for “Scary Movie 5”)

Most movie series don’t make it to five films. Either the filmmakers run out of ideas, or the studio reboots the characters. The latest...

Dw. Dunphy On..., Film

Dw. Dunphy On… Why “John Carter” Failed

Disney has pronounced their million dollar sci-fi epic D.O.A....

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DVD Reviews, Film

DVD Review: Michael Sheen, “United” and Undead

I first saw Michael Sheen in his native England, in a 1999 National Theatre revival of John Osborne’s “angry young man” play Look...

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CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Various Artists, “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

The Twilight books and films seem to have been created for tween girls -- so it's only fitting that, for this review of the New Moon...

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CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Paramore, “brand new eyes”

It’s easy to hate Paramore. With her diminutive stature, big vocals, and perpetually scrunched-up face, singer Hayley Williams comes...

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Film, Film Reviews

Film Review: “Thirst”

Thirst, the new film by director Park Chan-wook (Oldboy, Moon is the Sun’s Dream), has two firsts going for it which set it apart in...