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Welcome to an all-new edition of Parlay Points! For this entry, the Marvel Universe is in darkness. The sun is blacked out. Vampires are running loose. The Avengers are overwhelmed. The Bloodcoven have defeated Earth’s Mightiest Heroes....
Welcome to an all-new edition of Parlay Points! For this entry, the end of Krakoan Era is here. A final showdown has arrived. The Children of the Atom against the sinister Orchis! In their darkest hour, the...

SOMETHING IS KILLING THE CHILDREN #36 – ERICA IS BACK

Welcome to an all new edition of Parlay Points! For this edition, we are heading back into BOOM! Studios “Slaughterverse”. Last time fans saw Erica...

Shirley: The New Voice of African American Women In Politics

Shirley, directed by John Ridley, is a remarkable story about Shirley Chisholm (Regina King) on her way to running for president. In the first...

‘Spaceman’ Is A Time To Reflect On Life Itself

On March 1st, Netflix’s Spaceman was released, starring Adam Sandler, Carey Mulligan, Kunal Nayar, Isabella Rossellini,  and Paul Dano. It is directed by, Johan Renck....

‘3 Body Problem’ Review – A Mind-Bending Invasion

Check out our review of '3 Body Problem' the new Netflix Series from Benioff And Weiss premiering on March 21st.

‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Review – A Worthy Reimagining

Once the series finds its footing tonally, the series soars as high as a sky bison with stunning visuals, action and well rounded character arcs.

What to Expect for Netflix’s ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’

After seeing just the first episode of this Netflix adaptation of a childhood favourite in a theatre filled with other Avatar: The Last Airbender fans where we cheered, teared up and howled for joy, I can confidently say that at least episode one will not disappoint the majority of fans.

‘The Kitchen’ Brings Us A New and Refreshing Dystopian Story

Dystopian stories are nothing new but what matters is how one decides to go about telling the story in the first place. The audience...

‘Good Grief’ – Reminding Us To Live As We Grieve

As film and television continues to expand on unique and diverse stories, we’ve been hit with more and more LGBTQ-focused stories as well. But...

‘Kho Gaye Hum Kahan’ is the Modern Change Bollywood Needs

To say goodbye to another year, it only makes sense to release a film that is all about new beginnings. A new relationship, a...

‘The Archies’ Is Full of Nostalgia and the Spirit of the Youth

Archie. Veronica. Betty. Jughead. Reggie. Dilton. Ethel. Moose. If you’re familiar with Archie Comics or The CW’s seven season show, Riverdale, then you definitely...

HOUSE OF SLAUGHTER #20 – A HEARTBREAKING END

Welcome to an all new edition of Parlay points, the comic book review blog to the ODPH Podcast! For this entry, BOOM! Studios spin-off series...

‘May December’ Mirrors Real Life While Unfolding Tragedy

It is all too often that Hollywood takes real life events and transforms them into stories in the form of film and television. But...

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