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Three Delightfully Dystopic Podcasts To Help You Disengage

Tired of the chaos, dejection and the generally dystopic outlook of your own existence? Looking for fun and distraction in the chaos, dejection and generally dystopic outlook of other people’s existence (fictionally, of course)? Look no further!

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Immortality is definitely overrated, but ‘Guardian: The Great and Lonely God’ is not

Occasionally shortened to ‘Goblin’, this K-Drama was sensational when it was released and remains sensational to this day. Just go ahead and watch it. You know you want to.

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Starring Alicia Vikander, Earthquake Bird doesn’t make sense, and doesn’t try to

Alicia Vikander wields her particular brand of quiet intensity tinged with instability in this psychological thriller that just makes it onto the right side of “WTF did I just watch?”.

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Tragic and beautifully shot, Haider’s take on Hamlet proves that great storytelling is forever

I never thought I’d recommend for anyone to watch yet another Shakespeare adaptation but here I am, enthusiastically doing so. Haider’s take on Hamlet brings the classic tragedy into the real, blending European melodrama with Bollywood flair with an ease that really shouldn’t be possible.

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Malang unleashes the madness of love-struck festival-chasers

Malang, which translates to vagrant, follows the story of two emotionally wounded people who find love, friendship and a kind of healing in Goa’s festival scene. Then everything goes horribly wrong.

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