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Q: Into the Storm - Season 1

It explores the journey to discover the forces behind QAnon, a movement fueled by conspiracy theories that has grown in scope and political significance.
Duration: 60 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2021
IMDb: 5.8
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Critics Of "Q: Into the Storm - Season 1"
The Verge
March 16, 2021 Unfortunately, Into the Storm isn't a deconstruction of QAnon so much as a grimy mirror of it.
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Decider
March 22, 2021 It'll give you a better understanding of the QAnon phenomenon and just how so many people could buy into theories that seem to not make a lot of sense.
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Den of Geek
March 17, 2021 Whether it's through a morbid fascination with its subjects, or investment in storytelling at the expense of enlightenment, Q: Into the Storm doesn't live up to its full potential.
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Boston Globe
March 18, 2021 Hoback's investigative journey is worthy, but it's missing some important philosophical and psychological underpinnings.
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Globe and Mail
March 19, 2021 This series is one of the most strange, saddening and ominous stories of our time.
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CNN.com
March 19, 2021 Like many multi-episode docuseries, Into the Storm could have completed its journey in less than six hours, but Hoback appears determined not to leave any stones unturned, and given the stakes, it was worth the effort.
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Reason Online
March 19, 2021 The digital netherworld from which it sprang is fascinating, and Q: Into the Storm is a lively travelogue of that terrain.
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Detroit News
March 18, 2021 All of this culminates in the attack on the Capitol, and then Hoback reveals who he thinks Q is, which leads to... nothing. The real question is what have we become when so many embrace such paranoid delusions?
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The Atlantic
March 22, 2021 The project could have worked to counter or explore the damage QAnon has done to the wobbling facade of American democracy, but instead it's a rollicking game that could arguably make things worse.
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Salon.com
March 22, 2021 Q: Into the Storm doesn't neglect to connect a movement they insist is heroic at best and harmless at worst with a surge in racist, anti-Semitic and Islamophobic violence and a rekindled rise in neo-Nazism.
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Deadline Hollywood Daily
March 18, 2021 However unconventionally amateur it is -- and it is at times -- the docuseries is a must-see for a clearer perspective on the damaged America of 2020 heading into the elections of 2024.
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rogercatlin.com
March 22, 2021 Filmmaker Cullen Hoback seems to have as much fun playing cat and mouse with the insufferable creators of 8chan, who soon tire with their riddles, lies and misogyny.
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