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Netflix’s ‘Hellbound’ Strikes a Little Too Close to Mirroring Today’s Social Climate

And that’s hella scary even after ‘Squid Game’ did something similar.

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I’m halfway through Netflix’s latest Korean thriller series Hellbound, and I’ve already got things to say. (I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised since September’s Squid Game inspired articles and commentary…




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just another writer with too many cats

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