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Worcester, MA, United States

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Past articles by Kayti:

The 6 Best Gateway K-Dramas for Newbies

If you’re looking to dive into the rich world of Korean drama for the first time, here are six recommendations to kickstart your journey. → Read More

You Need to Watch the Angriest Revenge Thriller on Netflix ASAP

'The Glory' is the best revenge K-drama you're not watching, and its highly anticipated Part Two is out now. → Read More

'Alice in Borderland' Season 2 ends with a surprisingly kind message — and one character is proof

'Alice in Borderland's Kyuma not only steals the show, he embodies the best part about the Netflix survival series. → Read More

'Alice in Borderland's Season 2 ending was spoiled in the show's first 10 minutes

The very first episode contains a hint to the Season 2 finale's wild twist ending. → Read More

You need to watch the most satisfying sci-fi thriller of the year on Netflix ASAP

'Alice in Borderland' Season 2 delivers more viscerally engaging game sequences alongside decisive answers to the series biggest questions. → Read More

'Alice in Borderland' Season 2 ending explained: What that wild finale really means

What was the Borderland? Who lives and who dies? Let’s break down everything that happened at the end of 'Alice in Borderland' Season 2. → Read More

5 years ago, one Marvel TV show ruined everything

'Marvel's Inhumans' may have been a failure, but let's not throw out the TV-as-cinema model it pioneered. → Read More

BTS ARMY reveals why they can't get enough of the supergroup's game 'In the Seom'

BTS may be taking a break from touring in real life, but the seven members are still together in mobile game 'In the Seom.' → Read More

The Sound of Magic Review: Netfilx's Fantastical K-Drama Lacks Narrative Harmony

Director Kim Seong-yoon’s dazzling visuals and the cast’s earnest performances (and solid vocals) make for an enjoyable, brief trip around this merry-go-round ride of a story. → Read More

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds First Look Expands Uhura's Backstory

Press was treated to a clip from Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. Here's what we learned about the eagerly anticipated series... → Read More

Star Trek: Michelle Yeoh’s Section 31 Spin-Off is Still Alive

Paramount hasn't given up on Star Trek: Section 31, the Michelle Yeoh-fronted spin-off, and neither have we. → Read More

All of Us Are Dead Zombies Explained

Not all zombies are created equally. Let's talk about the undead in All of Us Are Dead. → Read More

Money Heist: Why is Netflix Remaking the Heist Series in Korea?

Netflix just released the teaser for the Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area. → Read More

The Lost Daughter Ending Eschews Easy Answers

The Lost Daughter's complex depiction of motherhood continues to the very end, refusing to wrap its story up with a nice, tidy bow. → Read More

Spider-Man: No Way Home Ending Explained

Spider-Man: No Way Home has a twist ending that you probably didn't see coming. We break down what happened, and what it means for the MCU moving forward. → Read More

The Matrix Resurrections: Tom Hardy’s Potential Surprise Cameo Revealed

Exclusive: The Matrix Resurrections and Venom 2 connections don't end with those helicopters. Tom Hardy may have entered the Matrix, too. → Read More

Hellbound Monsters Explained

Are Helbound's monsters divine? Does it even matter? Let's discuss the supernatural phenomenon at the heart of Netflix's new K-drama. → Read More

Hellbound Ending Explained

Hellbound keeps the twists coming until the very end. Here's what happens in the final episode of the Netflix series. → Read More

Is Hellbound Based on an Anime, Comic, or Manga?

Hellbound was an animated short film and a webtoon before becoming a live-action Netflix series. → Read More

Hellbound Is Even Scarier Than Train to Busan

Train to Busan director Yeon Sang-ho returns with Hellbound, Netflix's six-part supernatural horror series about what happens when hell comes calling. → Read More