Witney Seibold

contributor to IGN, and co-host of the podcast Critically Acclaimed

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Contributor to IGN and co-hosts the podcast Canceled Too Soon.

Witney Seibold on KCRW

Our critics review Disney-Pixar’s “Onward,” about two elf brothers who inherit a magical staff after their dad passed away; “Spenser Confidential,” about a former police detective who…

Reasons why ‘Spenser Confidential’ is ‘appallingly bad’

Our critics review Disney-Pixar’s “Onward,” about two elf brothers who inherit a magical staff after their dad passed away; “Spenser Confidential,” about a former police detective who…

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Our critics review “Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn),” which follows Harley Quinn as she’s on the run from thugs, and teams up with three deadly…

‘Birds of Prey’: Director, writer, and lead cast are all women

Our critics review “Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn),” which follows Harley Quinn as she’s on the run from thugs, and teams up with three deadly…

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Our critics review “Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” about forbidden love between a painter and her subject, who’s also a woman; “The Aeronauts,” about a real-life British scientist who…

Critic: ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ makes tropes of trashy romance novels unbearably real

Our critics review “Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” about forbidden love between a painter and her subject, who’s also a woman; “The Aeronauts,” about a real-life British scientist who…

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