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The Haunting of Hill House, Netflix’s very loose adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s classic novel.
Netflix’s Maniac: A ten episode series about experimental psychiatric drugs and the power of friendship.
Heaven’s Gate: A podcast about the Heaven’s Gate cult.
Doctor Who, “Blink”: A Hell Of A Good Episode Of Television
CW’s Riverdale: Gossip Girl by way of Twin Peaks. Half as good as you think it might be and twice as watchable.
The Expanse Season 2: Entertaining if uneven, reaching ever closer to greatness.
World War Z (the book): A meticulous, global history of the zombie apocalypse.
Starz’s American Gods: a beautiful adaptation of a book I honestly didn’t like that much.
FX’s Legion: An exuberant reminder of how fun superhero shows can be.
The Magicians Book One: A cynical fantasy that gets better toward the end.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: A surprisingly sweet movie with a muggle who steals the show.
Isaac Asimov’s Foundation: Essential reading that set the stage for modern science fiction.
Netflix’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events: The funniest show about newly orphaned children you’ll ever watch
More Perfect: An excellent podcast about the Supreme Court
Kubo and the Two Strings: An absurdly beautiful, hand-made hero’s tale.
AMC’s Preacher: An uneven first season, but hopefully things will improve.
Carl Sagan’s Contact: The movie was fine, but the book is amazing.
Netflix’s Stranger Things: style over substance, but still a lot of fun.