Haunted Houses, Dealing with Devils and Mocking the Gods

Season Six finally saw the return of Arya Stark to Westeros, after her time studying abroad with the mysterious and murderous Faceless Men. Once back in the Seven Kingdoms, Arya got right into applying her murder and mystery skills, stopping by Walder Frey’s strategically important Riverlands castle to exact some Titus Andronicus-style vengeance on the […]

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The Curious Nature of Love on Game of Thrones – A Video Essay

Interpersonal bonds tend to be, uh, fraught on Game of Thrones, to say the least. In a show famous for its complexity and brutality, we’ve watched plenty of (fairly) conventional relationships break down over the course of seven seasons. In this video essay, however, I take a look at the bonds that have survived thus far and, more specifically, examine how hitting […]

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Maisie Williams Won’t Spoil Season 8 and Dismisses Multiple Filmed Endings Claim; Season 7 Wins Costume Designers Award

In news you already knew, but just love to be teased with anyway, Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) appeared on Jimmy Kimmel the other night, and giggled her way through her interview, because she can’t tell us anything she knows about Game of Thrones season 8. However! The details were there, if only one chooses to […]

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Details released for ‘Game of Thrones: The Touring Exhibition’ in Barcelona, and Ian Beattie reveals a surprising fact about Meryn Trant’s demise

There’s little else that fans of Game of Thrones love more than getting to peek behind the curtain at the ins and outs of the world’s most popular show – and those lucky enough to visit “Game of Thrones: The Touring Exhibition” can experience the most up-close-and-personal view of Thrones that you can get without actually being a […]

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