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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Episode 4 Review - Chapter Four: Witch Academy

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina introduces us to its dark version of Hogwarts in a compelling outing.

This Chilling Adventures of Sabrina review contains spoilers. We have a spoiler-free review of the entire first season here.

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Episode 4

"Don't show them you're scared or they'll kill you"

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina comic is set in the 1960s, and it's easy to forget that the series isn't as well. Apart from the occasional appearance of modern technology, it could very easily be set in an earlier time. Greendale is a community tethered to its own past, and this anarchronistic aesthetic has permeated the entire town. Yet despite all of the backward-glancing that seems to separate the town's residents from truly living in the present, thematically this is a program very interested in being invested in the right now.

We've already touched upon the parallels between the Devil and
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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Episode 2 Review - Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism

It's Sabrina's 16th birthday and she must make a choice that will carve out her future's path on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Episode 2.

This Chilling Adventures of Sabrina review contains spoilers. We have a spoiler-free review of the entire first season here.

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Episode 2

"My name is Sabrina Spellman, and I will not sign it away"

This lengthy episode has the unenviable task of covering not only Sabrina's Dark Baptism, but her attempts to sever her ties with the mortal world as she preprares to embrace her magical future.

Naturally, things don't quite go to plan.

Picking up immediately where the pilot left off, Sabrina addresses her concerns with Father Blackwood. Richard Coyne is exceptionally great in these scenes, delivering lines like "free choice child, that's the bedrock on which our church is built" with such believable charm that you can't help but believe him -- even
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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Ending Explained

Chris Cummins Oct 26, 2018

We examine the last episode of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and what it means for the show's next season.

This article contains major Chilling Adventures of Sabrina spoilers.

When we last see Sabrina Spellman, she is walking through the Academy of Unseen Arts with new BFFs the Wyrd Sisters by her side. Her face, completely devoid of the light and humanity that has defined it this entire season, gives Nick and uncharacteristic wink in a moment that feels like it was purloined from Mean Girls.

Is the Sabrina we love gone forever? Well, obviously no. But man, it sure feels that way right now.

After Ms. Wardwell (aka Madame Satan) manipulated Sabrina into signing her name in Satan's book, our young heroine was forced to finally choose between her witch and mortal sides in order to save the entire Greendale. But, as Zelda warned her earlier this season,
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Terry Pratchett’s Discworld: a roadmap

Juliette Harrisson Aug 1, 2017

Looking to revisit the Discworld novels or try them for the first time? Here are some suggested routes through...

There’s a well-known question among fans of the late, great Sir Terry Pratchett’s forty-one Discworld novels – which one do you recommend to friends you’re encouraging to try the series? You’ll hear a number of different answers – and if your friend enjoys that first book, there’ll be a few different options for how to proceed with the rest of the series as well. Today, we’d like to be that Discworld-reading friend, and offer a few different recommendations for ways to get into this huge but incredibly rewarding series, or routes for a re-read for longtime fans.

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'Harry Potter': 10 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About 'Goblet of Fire'

Based on the middle book in J.K. Rowling's series, "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" was a pivotal film in many ways. Released 10 years ago this week (on November 18, 2005), "Goblet" marked the first time Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) saw one of his friends die, the first time Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes) appeared in the flesh, and the first time we saw the young heroes of Hogwarts as hormonal teenagers.

As often as you've watched "Goblet of Fire," there's a lot you still may not know about it -- from the surprising controversy over the all-star band at the Yule Ball, to the Easter eggs that less-than-sharp-eyed Muggle viewers may have missed. So dip into the Pensieve and learn the secrets of "Goblet of Fire."1. Screenwriter Steve Kloves and the producers initially considered making Rowling's 734-page book into two films. Since they decided instead to condense it into a single 2.5 hour movie,
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Fantasy Author Terry Pratchett Passes Away

Sir Terry Pratchett, the British fantasy author, has died after eight years battling Alzheimer’s Disease. He was 66.

The news of his passing was announced by Transworld Publishers, whose managing director Larry Finlay described the prolific author as “one of [the world’s] brightest, sharpest minds.” He went on to say:

“In over 70 books, Terry enriched the planet like few before him. As all who read him know, Discworld was his vehicle to satirize this world: He did so brilliantly, with great skill, enormous humour and constant invention. Terry faced his Alzheimer’s disease (an ‘embuggerance’, as he called it) publicly and bravely. Over the last few years, it was his writing that sustained him. His legacy will endure for decades to come. My sympathies go out to Terry’s wife Lyn, their daughter Rhianna, to his close friend Rob Wilkins, and to all closest to him.”

Pratchett penned some 70 novels during his career,
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Emily S. Whitten: Promote Your Awesome Friends Week!

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Or at least, that’s what I’ve decided this week will be, here in my column. And it’s my column, so as Loki would say (and I am fond of quoting), “I do what I want!” Mwahaha! Seriously, though – I have a lot of fantastically talented friends, and it just so happens that two of them are currently involved in fun Kickstarters that I think are deserving of attention. So without further ado, here they are: 1) Stage Production of Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters: Anybody who knows me probably knows that I’m a huge fan of Terry Pratchett and his Discworld series. What you might not know (even if you’re a Discworld fan) is that over nineteen of Terry’s books have been adapted to the stage since 1991 by the Audie Award-winning voice actor and Discworld collaborator Stephen Briggs, who has also voiced a large number of the Discworld audiobooks.
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