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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Joss Whedon’s horror/fantasy/comedy/coming-of-age series was one of the defining shows of the ’90s, a teen drama with a healthy dose of humor and also monsters. The show begins with teenager Buffy Summers (Sarah Michelle Gellar) starting school in her new hometown: Sunnydale, California. It’s a quaint town, a perfect place to raise a family — if you can look past all the vampires, demons, and other creatures haunting the town. Luckily for the people of Sunnydale, Buffy is no ordinary teen; she’s a “Slayer,” a demon-fighting warrior blessed with superhuman powers. Along with her friends Xander (Nicholas Brendon) and Willow (Alyson Hannigan), as well as her mentor, Giles (Anthony Stewart Head), Buffy hunts monsters and tries to pass her classes. Although the early episodes are rough, Buffy the Vampire Slayer grew into one of the smartest shows on television in its day, a series that used its fantasy elements as metaphors … [Read more...] about The 58 best shows on Hulu right now
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Smart TV, LED, OLED, 4K and HDR there are numerous types of televisions available in the market. The world of TVs is upgrading every day and is getting a little confusing too. So in case you have been having a tough time choosing from wide array of high-definition (HD) and 4K Ultra HD sets in stores here are the key things that you should consider in order to make the best choice. We’re here with our TV buying guide to help you decide. LCD, LED, QLED, or OLED - The difference The most important thing in any TV is - The Screen. And among the screen, there is a lot to consider in terms of panel technology. Choose from an array of technologies, such as plasma or even standard LCD, there are still plenty of new screen technologies such as OLED and QLED that might confuse buyers. Here are the basics that go into each popular screen technology. OLED Widely considered to be the most easily available screen technology these days, OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) is also the … [Read more...] about What to consider while buying Smart LED TV: Buying Guide
After recovering from our self-congratulatory champagne showers, however, we were stunned to see Bong's earlier films poorly represented in our archives. I've come to rectify that, since the South Korean writer-director fits into the Ars mold of creepy, stylish, and cutting-edge filmmaking. My experience with Korean filmmaking in general... Because I'm basic AF, my first exposure to Korean cinema was when the jury at Cannes (headed by Quentin Tarantino) awarded Oldboy the 2004 Grand Prix. From there, I watched the rest of Park Chan-wook's Vengeance Trilogy and The Handmaiden as well as making my way through flicks like The Chaser, A Tale of Two Sisters, A Hard Day, Attack the Gas Station!, and Train to Busan. If you've heard one thing about Korean films in general, it's that they are violent. I am by no means an expert on every movie put out below the 38th parallel, but I am reasonably erudite about the Korean films that US distributors have seen fit to bring stateside in the last … [Read more...] about Fish monsters, barking dogs, and roach patties: The films of Bong Joon-ho
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