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REVIEW: Constantine the Complete Series

I may have been one of the few to like the 2005 film version of DC Comics’ John Constantine. Yes, it had Keanu and yes it was in Los Angeles, not London, but it was an old fashioned horror film and worked better than it should have. As a result, I was primed to enjoy […]
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