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Greg Archer

About Greg Archer

GREG ARCHER's reviews and interviews with TV and film personalities have appeared in USA Today Network, Huffington Post, The Advocate, and other media outlets. ​

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Exclusive: Landscape with Invisible Hand Director Cory Finley on Diversity and Tiffany Haddish

Cory Finley on his trippy new film, Black representation in sci-fi movies, and working with Asante Blackk and Tiffany Haddish.

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Exclusive: Solar Opposites Season 4 Unpacked By Supervising Producer Sydney Ryan

Sydney Ryan teases hilarity ahead in the show's fourth season, including changes in The Wall and the connection between Korvo and Terry.

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Exclusive: Painkiller Editor Geofrey Hildrew Was Told to Be Fearless in the Editing Room

Painkiller hits close to home for Geofrey Hildrew, but he was intent on creating a believable tale about the harrowing OxyContin crisis.

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Painkiller Review: Stellar Cast Ignites a Wicked Fever Dream About the Opioid Nightmare

Swift, sharp, and fierce, the Netflix miniseries packs a punch, and overcomes its occasional forced messaging.

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Exclusive: Writer-Director Clement Virgo Says He Was Moved to Make Brother

Clement Virgo opens up about creating Brother and capturing the deep emotions found in the original novel.

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Mickey Hardaway Review: You Will Want to Experience This Bold Indie Film

Writer-director Marcellus Cox’s impressive debut film effectively captures the ripple effects of abuse and trauma.

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Only Murders in the Building Season 3 Review: The Show’s Best Whodunit Yet

Meryl Streep, Paul Rudd, Jesse Williams, and Matthew Broderick feed a theatrical frenzy as the series hits a creative high note.

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A Compassionate Spy Review: A Different Take On Oppenheimer’s Manhattan Project

Director Steve James offers a fascinating look at Ted Hall, the physicist who decided to share U.S. nuclear secrets with the Soviets.

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The Passenger Review: A Gritty Blumhouse Ride Worth Taking

Kyle Gallner and Johnny Berchtold are captivating in this new hostage thriller from director Carter Smith.

Exclusive: The Passenger Director Carter Smith Says Kyle Gallner Was Fearless

Carter Smith on his new hostage thriller, working with Kyle Gallner, and The Passenger's deeper message.

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Exclusive: Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' Wild Musical Episode Unpacked By Director Dermott Downs

Dermott Downs says he wanted the first ever Star Trek musical episode to be more than just an hour of jazz hands and singing.

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Heartstopper Season 2 Review: A Triumph in Storytelling

The queer coming-of-age series from Netflix delivers even more depth and charm in its second season.

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Physical Season 3 Review: Rose Byrne's Ambitious Dark Comedy Finds Its Happy Ending (Sort Of)

In its final season, Physical rushes to wrap things up, but this could be the Apple TV+ show's best outing yet.

Exclusive: Writer/Director Nicholas Maggio on His Action-Packed Film Mob Land with John Travolta

Nicholas Maggio dives into the inspiration behind his gritty thriller, working with John Travolta, and why setting the film in the South was vital.

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Exclusive: Director Steve James On His Riveting Real-Life Espionage Documentary, A Compassionate Spy

Director Steve James dives deep into his espionage thriller about Manhattan Project physicist Ted Hall, who provided nuclear secrets to the Soviets.

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Dark Winds Season 2 Review: A Thrilling Navajo Noir Worth Watching

In its second season, Dark Winds raises the stakes and becomes the cop show you should be watching.

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Reinventing Elvis: The '68 Comeback Review: An Eye-Opening Look at the Legend’s Major Comeback Attempt

In director John Scheinfeld documentary about Elvis Presley, the filmmaker offers a passionate look at the comeback that almost didn't happen.

Exclusive: Creamerie's Perlina Lau on Season 2 of the Bonkers Show and the Importance of Diversity in Casting

Perlina Lau talks about creating Creamerie, expanding the kinds of characters seen on TV, and why the dark comedy was meant to run for three seasons.

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Exclusive: Director Stephanie Laing Says the Final Season of Physical Is Bigger and Bolder

Stephanie Laing unpacks the hit series, the addition of Zooey Deschanel in its final season, and finding a truthful ending for Rose Byrne's Sheila.

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Exclusive: Director Yuval Adler Says Nicolas Cage Brought Serious Punk to Sympathy for the Devil

Director Yuval Adler on working with Nicolas Cage and Joel Kinnaman in his wild new dark comedy thriller.

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