Ben Murchison

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Ben Murchison is a regular contributor for TV and Movies. He’s that guy that spends an hour in an IMDb black hole of research about every film and show he watches. Strongly believes Buffy the Vampire Slayer to be the best show to ever exist, and that Peaky Blinders needs more than 6 episodes per series. East Carolina grad, follow on Twitter and IG @bdmurchison.

‘The Gray Man’ Review: Netflix’s Expensive Assassin Action-Comedy Hits Its Mark

With the Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans and Ana de Armas led film, The Gray Man, Netflix hopes to finally find their bankable action movie...

The Terminal List: After a Strong Start the Action Thriller Does Less With More

Based on the best-selling books from retired Navy Seal Jack Carr, The Terminal List follows James Reece (Chris Pratt, Guardians of the Galaxy) who...

Obi-Wan Kenobi Part VI Review: Epic Showdown & Glowing Performances Elevate the Finale

This is a series with no real stakes to speak of, full of characters that you know factor heavily into future Star Wars lore....

Obi-Wan Kenobi: Part V Review: Christensen Impresses as Anakin and Darth Vader

The worst kept secret in Star Wars officially comes to light, fans get the lightsaber battle they were clamoring for (sort of), and somehow...

Peaky Blinders Season 6 Review: The End of the Beginning

Peaky Blinders, the hit BBC period-drama from Steven Knight, which enjoyed a cult following before its meteoric rise on Netflix, has completed its run....

Bosch: Legacy Features a Familiar Cast and Feel, but Isn’t Settling

Following the events of the final season of the Amazon Prime series Bosch, Titus Welliver has picked up playing the title character on its...

Outer Range: There Is a “Hole” Lot to Digest and Appreciate Early On

Tremendously written, acted, and shot, it’s hard to make sense of the events of Outer Range through two episodes, but it's easy to see...

‘X’ is an X-quisite Merging of Old and New Horror

From the opening frame of X, which serves as writer-director Ti West’s return to movies and specifically the horror genre for which he’s known,...

Murderville Review: Will Arnett Absolutely Kills in This Improv Comedy

Improvisational comedy can be truly hysterical or a complete trainwreck, depending on the skill of those involved. That’s why you have to applaud what...

The Book of Boba Fett Chapter 7: Still No Books, But We See the Show’s True Potential

After the title character was suspiciously absent for a few chapters of his own book, Boba Fett himself makes a triumphant return to The...

The Book of Boba Fett: Chapter 5: Remember How Fun The Mandalorian Is?

The fact that the most entertaining episode of The Book of Boba Fett didn’t have Boba Fett (Temuera Morrison, Star Wars: Episode II -...

‘Scream’ Review: It’s a Scream, Baby, and a Fitting Tribute to Wes

A teenage girl home alone receives a call from a stranger. The seemingly innocent, albeit odd, conversation shifts to horror films, then takes a...

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