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‘The Sandman’ season 1, episode 4 in conversation: ‘A Hope in Hell’

In The Sandman episode 4, the viewer finds themselves hovering over Morpheus and Matthew on their journey to Lucifer’s throne room in Hell, and huddling in the back seat of an old station wagon during a very tense road trip. Read on for our in-depth discussion of The Sandman episode 4, “A Hope in Hell.” Continue reading “‘The Sandman’ season 1, episode 4 in conversation: ‘A Hope in Hell’”

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‘The Sandman’ season 1, episode 3 in conversation: ‘Dream a Little Dream of Me’

The Sandman episode 3 sees Morpheus return to the waking world to search for the first of his missing tools, a task which requires assistance from both Johanna Constantine and Dream’s unwanted new raven Matthew. Read on for our in-depth discussion of The Sandman episode 3, “Dream a Little Dream of Me.” Continue reading “‘The Sandman’ season 1, episode 3 in conversation: ‘Dream a Little Dream of Me’”

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‘The Sandman’ season 1, episode 2 in conversation: ‘Imperfect Hosts’

Continuing our Sandman conversation reviews, we follow Morpheus back to the Dreaming as he reunites with his remaining subjects, while rogue nightmare The Corinthian pays Ethel Cripps a visit. Read on for our in-depth discussion of The Sandman episode 2, “Imperfect Hosts. Continue reading “‘The Sandman’ season 1, episode 2 in conversation: ‘Imperfect Hosts’”

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‘The Sandman’ star Vanesu Samunyai on evolving Rose Walker’s autonomy: ‘Maybe Rose is allowed to be angry’

Continuing our coverage of The Sandman at SDCC 2022, Subjectify spoke with Vanesu Samunyai, who plays Rose Walker, at the show’s roundtable interviews following their Hall H panel, about Rose finding the right to grasp a little human autonomy in her new world of gods and monsters. Continue reading “‘The Sandman’ star Vanesu Samunyai on evolving Rose Walker’s autonomy: ‘Maybe Rose is allowed to be angry’”

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‘The Sandman’ season 1, episode 1 in conversation: ‘Sleep of the Just’

The Sandman has arrived on Netflix at long last. All episodes of Neil Gaiman’s epic tale of dreams became available today, but, much like the corresponding comic issues, every instalment is an individual masterpiece. So what else is there to do but give each one the attention it deserves? Read on for our discussion of The Sandman episode 1, “Sleep of the Just” Continue reading “‘The Sandman’ season 1, episode 1 in conversation: ‘Sleep of the Just’”

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‘The Sandman’ showrunners Neil Gaiman and Allan Heinberg explain Matthew’s entrance and the show’s ‘very emotional’ new ways to get to know Morpheus

The Sandman creator Neil Gaiman and showrunner Allan Heinberg spoke with Subjectify at the show’s SDCC roundtable interviews about how they used Dream’s relationships with his loyal ravens (as well as a heartbreaking sacrifice in episode 2) as a way to invite the audience to fall in love with their famously reserved hero. ‘The Sandman’ at SDCC 2022 After SDCC attendees got an incredible first … Continue reading ‘The Sandman’ showrunners Neil Gaiman and Allan Heinberg explain Matthew’s entrance and the show’s ‘very emotional’ new ways to get to know Morpheus

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Tom Sturridge on Dream’s trajectory in ‘The Sandman’ season 1: ‘The most important thing within the story we’re telling is the birth of empathy inside of him’

The Sandman television series was a huge focal point of SDCC 2022, and Subjectify was able to speak with some of the stars and EPs of the new Netflix’s adaptation on site in San Diego. Tom Sturridge, who leads the cast as Dream, shared plenty of insights about picking up the helm of Neil Gaiman’s Prince of Stories. Continue reading “Tom Sturridge on Dream’s trajectory in ‘The Sandman’ season 1: ‘The most important thing within the story we’re telling is the birth of empathy inside of him’”

‘My Fake Boyfriend’ star Marcus Rosner reflects on Amazon’s new gay romcom and breaks down his ‘completely off-the-wall’ character Nico

My Fake Boyfriend’s Marcus Rosner spoke with Subjectify Media about his turn as Keiynan Lonsdale’s comically bad boyfriend in the new semi-screwball queer romcom from Amazon Prime Video. Continue reading “‘My Fake Boyfriend’ star Marcus Rosner reflects on Amazon’s new gay romcom and breaks down his ‘completely off-the-wall’ character Nico”

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Phil Dunster of ‘Ted Lasso’ delivered one of 2021’s greatest TV performances, and Emmy voters need to remember that

Phil Dunster as Jamie Tartt in Ted Lasso season 2 should be a name on every voter’s lips as the window for the 2022 Emmy Award nominations begins to close. Allow me to remind you why. Continue reading “Phil Dunster of ‘Ted Lasso’ delivered one of 2021’s greatest TV performances, and Emmy voters need to remember that”

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‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 13 in conversation: The monk (derogatory) to monk (affectionate) pipeline

This week, Kung Fu wrapped up season 2 with episode 13, “The Source.” With Russell Tan’s plan in motion and San Francisco reeling from his bell-manufactured earthquake, Nicky, Zhilan and Mia must square off against him in the magical realm to attempt to keep him from draining the Warrior/Guardian power source and becoming a god. Read on for our review of “The Source.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 13 in conversation: The monk (derogatory) to monk (affectionate) pipeline”

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Short film ‘Pragma’ has plenty to value as it explores a scientific approach to a more secure form of love

Pragma, written by and starring Lucy Heath, directed by Ellie Heydon, and produced by Phil Dunster, who also stars, is an unusual lesson about modern love. The film’s surprising premise is a vehicle for some very sound psychology. Read our review now. Continue reading “Short film ‘Pragma’ has plenty to value as it explores a scientific approach to a more secure form of love”

‘Ted Lasso’ composer Tom Howe on creating the white noise of Ted’s anxiety, the rawness of Jamie’s heart, and the warning of Nate’s descent

Subjectify interviewed Ted Lasso composer Tom Howe about his score for season 2 of the hit Apple TV+ show. This season saw the inclusion of new musical motifs for many of our favorite characters as their stories progressed, and Howe not only talked us through the development of some of those, he gave us clues to help spot them. Continue reading “‘Ted Lasso’ composer Tom Howe on creating the white noise of Ted’s anxiety, the rawness of Jamie’s heart, and the warning of Nate’s descent”

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‘Ted Lasso’ costume designer Jacky Levy on the challenge of maintaining individuality at a funeral and the origin of Roy Kent’s socks

Ted Lasso costume designer Jacky Levy discusses her work dressing the characters for season 2, including styling the show’s stunning funeral episode and putting occasional glimpses of colour on Roy Kent. Continue reading “‘Ted Lasso’ costume designer Jacky Levy on the challenge of maintaining individuality at a funeral and the origin of Roy Kent’s socks”

‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 11 in conversation: Everything’s coming up zombies

Kung Fu season 2, episode 11 offered us some shocking twists, one of which morphed into a different shocking twist. If this is any indication of how the last two episodes will play out, we have more unexpected turns and maybe even a few more startling deaths ahead! Read on for our review of “Bloodline.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 11 in conversation: Everything’s coming up zombies”