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Series Review: Legion

Series Review: Legion

February 27th, 2017 | by Elodie Cure
It was only a matter of time before the X-Men mutants turn up on small screen. For this year 2017, the son of Professor Charles Xavier inherits a TV show to his effigy. For some weeks already, Legion has put himself out there Wednesdays on...
Film Review: Split
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Film Review: Split

February 11th, 2017 | by Elodie Cure
In the beginning of this year, M Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable) seems decided to regain his former status of knowledgeable director with the release of his new thriller, Split. ComiConverse contributor Elodie Cure has this review. Three years ago, his name was dragged through the...
Film Review: Assassin’s Creed
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Film Review: Assassin’s Creed

December 24th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
Assassin’s Creed was billed as the video game movie that was going to break the streak of cross-media disappointments. Here to explain why Assassin’s Creed disappoints is our own Elodie Cure. Film Review: Assassin’s Creed Assassin’s Creed is one of the most renowned franchises amongst...
Series Review: This Is Us
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Series Review: This Is Us

November 20th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
This is Us, the new NBC TV show will give you something to cry about. Our Elodie Cure is here to give you a break down on the hit show in her series review. Series Review: This Is Us Chosen as the best new show...
Paris Comic Con: A Colourful Event
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Paris Comic Con: A Colourful Event

October 31st, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
Recently, (21st to the 23rd of October), Paris Comic Con invited itself in le Grand Halle de la Villette for the pleasure of numerous fans in the City of Lights. Paris Comic Con: A Colourful Event This event that has just closed its doors, and...
Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
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Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

October 9th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
The end of the year is approaching quickly. It seems as if Tim Burton wishes to finish it properly by releasing his new long-awaited film : Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. Film Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children Tim Burton doesn’t need any...
Assassin’s Creed: Just Another Video Game Movie?

Assassin’s Creed: Just Another Video Game Movie?

September 13th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
Assassin’s Creed is edging closer to its release date in theatres, a day that fans of the Assassin’s Creed games are looking forward to with both excitement and anxiety. Will it be just another poor video game movie? Here, our own Elodie Cure charts the path...
Paris Comic Con: The Stars Come Out In Paris

Paris Comic Con: The Stars Come Out In Paris

August 15th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
Paris Comic Con is one of Reed Pop’s largest and fastest growing events. This October, the City of Lights will be home to some of the biggest stars in popular culture and our very own Elodie Cure has a preview of the event for ComiConverse....
Teen Wolf: The Sun Is Setting On Beacon Hills

Teen Wolf: The Sun Is Setting On Beacon Hills

August 3rd, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
Teen Wolf made a big announcement at San Diego Comic-Con 2016 (SDCC). Our Elodie Cure is here to break down the news and what to expect from the Teen Wolf series moving forward. It has been rumoured for a while now. In July the news...
Series Review: Meet the Peaky Blinders!

Series Review: Meet the Peaky Blinders!

July 8th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
Our Elodie Cure presents a comprehensive series review of Peaky Blinders, which airs on BBC 2. Heading into its fourth season, the show is winning over new fans left and right. Warning: SPOILERS AHEAD While several fantastic TV shows, like Game of Thrones, dominate the market,...
How Classic Literature Was Woven Into Penny Dreadful

How Classic Literature Was Woven Into Penny Dreadful

June 26th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
Penny Dreadful is a show that deserves much more attention than it already gets. Set during the Victorian era in a London, where terror reigns, the series follows a trio of protagonists fighting occult powers in an avenging quest. Highly original, Penny Dreadful seduces thanks to...
Film Review: The Nice Guys

Film Review: The Nice Guys

May 27th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
The Nice Guys is the buddy cop hit of the summer, and our Elodie Cure has the official ComiConverse review.  We dive into the retro and wacky universe of The Nice Guys starring Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Matt Bomer and Angourie Rice. Parading on the...
Supernatural: Should We Look Forward To Season 12?
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Supernatural: Should We Look Forward To Season 12?

May 19th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
The wonderful Elodie Cure is here with her insightful analysis of where things stand in the world of Supernatural. Supernatural is destined to outlive us all. Amidst the incessant number of fantastic TV shows existing, Supernatural has played its cards right enough to be renewed...
The Path Mid-Season Review

The Path Mid-Season Review

April 28th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
The Path is a hit series for Hulu and our own Elodie Cure is here with an outstanding Mid-Season review. “Unburden, and you shall be free of that weight” promises the leader Cal to one of the recruits in the new Hulu original series, The Path....
Review: ‘Marvel’s Daredevil’ Season 2

Review: ‘Marvel’s Daredevil’ Season 2

March 29th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
The incredible Daredevil is back on Netflix with its second season and ComiConverse’s own Elodie Cure is here to break down all of the action for us. Last year, Charlie Cox slipped on the crimson costume of Daredevil for the first time, in an original...
The Night Manager Mid-Season Review

The Night Manager Mid-Season Review

March 12th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
Hugh Laurie and Tom Hiddleston star in the new BBC series The Night Manager. ComiConverse Contributor Elodie Cure provides our mid-season review. Since February the 21st, the new miniseries The Night Manager directed by Susanne Bier has been broadcast on BBC One (it will begin on the 19th...
Film Review : Hail, Caesar!
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Film Review : Hail, Caesar!

February 20th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
The Coen brothers’ latest comedy Hail, Caesar! is out now, and ComiConverse’s Elodie Cure has our review. “We’re only interested in one thing, Bart. Can you tell a story? Can you make us laugh? Can you make us cry? Can you make us want to break...
Film Review: Point Break (2015)

Film Review: Point Break (2015)

February 6th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
Point Break has hit box offices and our very own film critic Elodie Cure is here to break down all the big points for you in our ComiConverse review. Twenty-four year after the first notorious opus Point Break was released, director Ericsson Core (The Fast...
Film Review: The Hateful Eight

Film Review: The Hateful Eight

January 10th, 2016 | by Elodie Cure
As The Hateful Eight was a victim of a scenario leak and hacking, this new creation from the brilliant screenwriter Quentin Tarantino may have never been released. However, Tarantino doesn’t give up so easily and The Hateful Eight has finally arrived in cinemas worldwide; to the...
Film Review: In The Heart Of The Sea
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Film Review: In The Heart Of The Sea

December 13th, 2015 | by Elodie Cure
Our Elodie Cure takes time to review Director Ron Howard’s new film In The Heart Of The Sea, starring Chris Hemsworth and Tom Holland. The heart-wrenching epic, In The Heart of the Sea, is the kind of adventure film we would love to see more often....
Film Review: Victor Frankenstein

Film Review: Victor Frankenstein

November 28th, 2015 | by Elodie Cure
Victor Frankenstein is out in theatres and our Elodie Cure has this review of a new take on an old classic. “You know the story. A lightning flash, a mad genius, an unholy creature” Daniel Radcliffe’s voiceover resonates in the theatre while the creature appears...
Film Review: Burnt
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Film Review: Burnt

November 8th, 2015 | by Elodie Cure
Our own Elodie Cure has harsh words for Burnt in this exclusive ComiConverse film review. The food looks savory and fresh in Burnt, but the rest of the film is tasteless. Director John Wells (The Company Men, Fraud Casebook) penetrates the competitive world of high-end...

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