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Murjani Rawls is the pop culture editor at DK Network, focused on music, film, television, pop culture, and sports. Murjani is an eight-year journalist, editor, five time, self-published author, podcast producer, and photographer. Before joining DK Network, Murjani was senior editor & writer at Substream Magazine, staff writer at The Root, and senior editor & writer at The Pop Break. He is also a Rotten Tomatoes-approved film and television critic.

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American Horror Story: Delicate’s second episode says it’s hard out here for an indie star

Things get even weirder in the world of Anna Alcott, and Kim Kardashian sings Madonna. Yup, that’s right.

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‘The Creator’ is a visual marvel singing worn songs of humankind’s adversarial relationship with tech

Gareth Edwards fourth feature is a gorgeous reminder of how futuristic films should look, but crosses a lot of familiar ground as it speaks to warnings and hope.

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Pedro Pascal and Ethan Hawke at least try to commit to the premise of ‘Strange Way of Life’

Pedro Almodovar’s queer spaghetti western short could be a full-length feature if developed, but is really 30 minute Saint Laurent ad.

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Jonathan Glazer’s ‘The Zone of Interest’ shows the horrors of The Holocaust existed in the quiet places

Loosely based on Martin Amis’s 2014 novel of the same name, the film shows one of the greatest evils in history wasn’t just due to the fault of the people on the front line.

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‘Ahsoka’s penultimate episode is both a chess game and a reunion

In the seventh episode, ‘Dreams and Madness,’ Grand Admiral Thrawn shows why he’s a different type of Star Wars villain, while Ahsoka starts to resemble her animated counterpart.

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‘Fair Play’s cat and mouse’s principles says all is fair in love and promotions

Phoebe Dynevor and Alden Ehrenreich play a passionate couple who get ripped apart by corporate politics.

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‘All of Us Strangers’ brilliance lies in youthful retrospection and queer reclamation

Andrew Haigh’s rift off Yamada Taichi’s 1987 novel Strangers hinges on great performances from the ensemble of Andrew Scott, Paul Mescal, Clare Foy, and Jamie Bell.

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‘No One Will Save You’s non-talkative, but anxiously exciting sci-fi ways are entertaining and swift

Brian Duffield’s latest feature has Kaitlyn Dever fighting a past tragedy and a bunch of bloody thirsty, technologically advanced aliens.

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‘Pet Sematary: Bloodlines’ proves just having the original story is better

Writer/director Lindsay Anderson Beer’s prequel of the classic Stephen King story shows the small town horrors of Ludlow, but doesn’t expand the lore farther than what fans know.

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‘American Horror Story: Delicate’ premiere deliberately paces out it’s pregnancy mystery

Emma Roberts is an actress on the rise trying for a baby, but there are more sinister things in play that the first episode teases out.