‘Queer for Fear’ at SDCC 2022: Shudder’s upcoming documentary shines a light on the history of queer horror

Queer for Fear had its own panel at SDCC 2022, and we were in attendance to learn what exactly to expect from this four-part series that focuses on viewing the horror genre through a queer lens. Continue reading “‘Queer for Fear’ at SDCC 2022: Shudder’s upcoming documentary shines a light on the history of queer horror”

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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’”

‘The Gray Man’ movie review: The Russos establish a new cinematic universe, but will anything top Chris Evans’ trash ‘stache?

Our Gray Man movie review takes an in-depth look at Netflix’s most expensive film to date, directed by the Russo Brothers and starring Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, and Ana de Armas. Does it live up to the hype? Spoilers ahead. Continue reading “‘The Gray Man’ movie review: The Russos establish a new cinematic universe, but will anything top Chris Evans’ trash ‘stache?”

Episode #44 – First and Foremost

Prophecy Radio episode #44 discusses Paola Santiago and the River of Tears by Tehlor Kay Mejia, and the hosts even get to interview the author about the third and final book in the series, Paola Santiago and the Sanctuary of Shadows. They also tackle all the latest news in the Rick Riordan universe, including the latest blog post from the author of Percy Jackson and the Olympians. New episodes of Prophecy Radio air weekly, and all ages are welcome to tune in. Continue reading “Episode #44 – First and Foremost”

‘Paola Santiago and the Sanctuary of Shadows’ by Tehlor Kay Mejia: Pao faces her fears, and the trilogy comes to a legendary conclusion

Our Paola Santiago and the Sanctuary of Shadows book review tackles the third and final book in Tehlor Kay Mejia’s Mexican folklore-inspired middle grade series from the Rick Riordan Presents imprint. Continue reading “‘Paola Santiago and the Sanctuary of Shadows’ by Tehlor Kay Mejia: Pao faces her fears, and the trilogy comes to a legendary conclusion”

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‘The Sandman’ at SDCC 2022: Vanesu Samunyai, on evolving Rose Walker’s autonomy, says ‘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’ at SDCC 2022: Vanesu Samunyai, on evolving Rose Walker’s autonomy, says ‘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’ at SDCC: 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’ at SDCC: Neil Gaiman and Allan Heinberg explain Matthew’s entrance and the show’s ‘very emotional’ new ways to get to know Morpheus

Episode #43 – Chekhov’s Sand Dollar

Prophecy Radio episode #43 asks what the characters of Percy Jackson and the Olympians would cosplay as if they went to San Diego Comic-Con. The hosts also catch up on all the news they missed while Karen was at SDCC, including the upcoming release of Paola Santiago and the Sanctuary of Shadows, as well as finish out their Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth reread with chapters 19 and 20. New episodes of Prophecy Radio air weekly, and all ages are welcome to tune in. Continue reading “Episode #43 – Chekhov’s Sand Dollar”

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‘The Sandman’ star Tom Sturridge at SDCC 2022: ‘What’s really important is for large groups of people to bear witness to the same stories’

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 “‘The Sandman’ star Tom Sturridge at SDCC 2022: ‘What’s really important is for large groups of people to bear witness to the same stories’”

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‘Severance’ at SDCC 2022: Innies, Outies, and Getting Severed at Lumon Industries Orientation, this year’s SDCC offsite to beat

Severance had a memorable first appearance at SDCC 2022, from the super-immersive activation that saw eager fans lining up every day, to their fascinating panel in Ballroom 20. While it was still too early for much in the way of news on season 2, Subjectify was there to find out everything we could about the making of Apple’s groundbreaking new drama. Continue reading “‘Severance’ at SDCC 2022: Innies, Outies, and Getting Severed at Lumon Industries Orientation, this year’s SDCC offsite to beat”

‘What We Do in the Shadows’ at SDCC 2022: Season 4 will feature a bottle episode, a boys’ weekend out, and a full vampire wedding

What We Do in the Shadows flew into SDCC 2022 to host a not-so-secret meeting in the fancy room. The FX show proved to be Sunday’s biggest draw, bringing a full group of panelists (and a preview screening of this week’s episode) to Hall H, where cast and EPs discussed season 4 so far and teased what’s to come. BAT! Continue reading “‘What We Do in the Shadows’ at SDCC 2022: Season 4 will feature a bottle episode, a boys’ weekend out, and a full vampire wedding”

‘Mythic Quest’ at SDCC 2022: Cast and creators tease Poppy and Ian origin story, casually announce season 5 (!!!)

Apple TV+ brought the whole Mythic Quest team together for SDCC 2022, as fans who made it into Ballroom 20 on Saturday were treated to an exclusive first look at the season 3 trailer. We also learned what we can expect from this year’s episodes, and were gifted with a surprising and casual announcement about their plans for additional season. Continue reading “‘Mythic Quest’ at SDCC 2022: Cast and creators tease Poppy and Ian origin story, casually announce season 5 (!!!)”