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The fact that Joss Whedon’s 1992 supernatural comedy garnered the positive reviews it did was already something of a minor miracle given its off-beat premise (a popular valley girl is the next in line as prophesied demon killer). But the fact that it also spawned seven seasons, 144 episodes and dedicated fan conventions to this day is nothing short of a conceptual coup. The show, one of the WB network’s first major hits, is perhaps actress Sarah Michelle Gellar’s best-known role and was the launching point for “The Avengers” director Whedon’s big-budget career.


When Marvel announced their live-action TV series, “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D,” the Internet erupted with unmitigated nerd-joy. Marvel fans dreame…

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There’s nothing more American than the Western. Well, other than apple pie. And baseball. And eagles. And democracy. And the Statue of Liberty…

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"The Avengers," which reunites these superheroes and more, is utterly stupendous, the best superhero movie since the original "Iron Man." Writer-director Joss Whedon understands these characters, and understands what the fans want from these characters.

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Stop reading this review right now.

Go see “The Cabin in the Woods,” then come back and we can have a conversation about it. Just trust me on this. The less you know going into it, the better.

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