Josh Wigler

Josh Wigler

Josh Wigler is a freelance entertainment reporter who has been published by Comic Book Resources, Comics Alliance, Marvel.com, MTV News, New York Magazine's Vulture and more. He lives for film, television, Survivor, pizza, and cats on the internets. Punch and pie.

Kick-ass Keanu makes his reappearance atop a pile of dead goons in John Wick

Keanu Reeves kills it as a legendary assassin forced out of retirement, in what's easily one of the coolest and most original action movies of the year.

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The Walking Dead weekly recap: ‘Strangers’ in a strange land

The cannibals of Terminus return and gain a big, fat, barbecued leg up over Rick's group of survivors. Here's our recap of the second episode of The Walking Dead's fifth season.

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The Walking Dead weekly recap: There’s ‘No Sanctuary’ in the season premiere

Lines are drawn in the sand between the good guys and the bad guys as AMC's ratings monster returns for its fifth season premiere.

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The Strain weekly recap: ‘The Master’ lacks teeth in the season finale

FX's vampire drama ends with a whimper; can season two pick up the pieces, or is the damage done?

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The Strain weekly recap: Everybody wins with ‘Last Rites’

Ephraim Goodweather, Abraham Setrakian, and the rest of the cast of FX's The Strain taste victory in one of the show's most triumphant hours in weeks.

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Denzel Washington tilts The Equalizer past popcorn action to escapist masterpiece

Denzel Washington's hard R-rated action thriller is like Liam Neeson's Taken, with more personality and a deadlier villain.

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The Strain weekly recap: Bad parenting plagues ‘The Third Rail

Ephraim Goodweather decisively loses the Father of the Year award during the latest episode of FX's The Strain.

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Somehow, The Maze Runner is less Hunger Games and more dystopian Law & Order

Less Hunger Games or Twilight and more Law & Order meets Lost, The Maze Runner features strong performances in a strongly-rendered world, albeit with a messy final twist.

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Liam Neeson puts on his Keds for A Walk Among The Tombstones (at grandpa speed)

Liam Neeson leads the way through a sleepy thriller about serial killers in New York City circa 1999.

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The Strain weekly recap: Time runs out for Eph’s ‘Loved Ones’

Ephraim Goodweather resumes the search for his missing wife, and he doesn't like what he finds, as the mystery of The Strain continues.

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The Strain weekly recap: The will to live has not ‘Disappeared’

Abraham Setrakian faces clear and present (and past) dangers in an all-new episode of The Strain, titled "The Disappeared."

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The Strain weekly recap: Lighting up the ‘Creatures Of The Night’

Ephraim Goodweather and Abraham Setrakian lose an old friend, but gain a new ally, on the latest pulse-pounding hour of FX's vampire thriller.

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The Strain weekly recap: Old debts are paid on ‘For Services Rendered’

The latest hour of 'The Strain' sees the bitter blood feud between Abraham Setrakian and Thomas Eichorst at its earliest days, all the way back in a Poland concentration camp in 1944.

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Sin City: A Dame To Kill For review

Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez return to Sin City's familiar sights and sounds of violence — and while there's beauty in its brutality, there's undeniable ugliness, too.

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