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Feliz Navidad? No! Feces Navidad!

Get it here! (c) 2015 Johnny Ancich . Please take a moment to show your support for... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Johnny Ancich]
Tags: Humor, Feliz Navidad, Johnny Ancich


The New Beverly in Los Angeles Reopens in December, Check Out the Exciting New Schedule

Back at the end of 2017, the popular New Beverly movie theater in Los Angeles announced they would be closed for part of 2018 in order to install “variety of exciting upgrades and enhancements.” Known for playing a variety of classic and new movies, special double features, exclusive events, and much more, the theater owned by filmmaker Quentin Tarantino was a popular destination for cinephiles living in the area, and a must-stop destination for movie-loving tourists, but it’s been closed for a...
Tags: Movies, Tim Burton, Los Angeles, Events, Batman, Quentin Tarantino, Reservoir Dogs, Don, New Beverly, Russ Meyer, Fandom, Henry Hathaway, The New Beverly, Los Angeles Reopens


Water Cooler: Ralph Breaks VR, Spy Museum, Jim Henson, Fantastic Beasts, Mandy, Creed II, Dogs, Hotel Artemis, Channel Zero, Widows, Spider-Man, Greatest Showman

On the November 21, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , senior writer Ben Pearson , and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to about what they’ve been up to at the Water Cooler. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes , Google Play , Overcast , Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if you need it). At The Water Cooler: ...
Tags: Utah, Movies, Atlanta, Netflix, Washington Dc, Nintendo, Iceland, Zelda, Peter, Wolf Blitzer, Ben, Brad, Jacob, Mandy, George R R Martin, Venture Bros


The DC Universe Of Mike Mignola Comic Book Review

I’m a considerable fan of Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and have been for more than a few years systematically collecting his art books and comics. This particular volume collects DC comics that the artist drew before he created his iconic Hellboy, and is definitely interesting because you can see the evolution of his art work, many of it neigh unrecognizable from the Mignola style drawings we know today ( also in part due to the very different color palette used by his inkers ). By the time t...
Tags: Anime, Batman, Amazon UK, Amazon Japan, Mike Mignola, Mignola


Superhero Bits: Fox Pushing ‘Deadpool 2’ for Best Picture, Rocket and Groot Series Rumor & More

How many Academy Awards categories is Deadpool 2 by vying for this season? When will the Aquaman soundtrack be released? Want to see some alternate designs for the Batmobile in the universe in which Titans takes place? Will Rocket Raccoon and Groot get their own series on Disney+? How much of Aquaman will be presented in IMAX format? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Oliver (Stephen Amell) makes a choice that will affect his entire life in the next episode of Arrow seaso...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Disney, Fox, Paris, Batman, Deadpool, Stan-Lee, Batmobile, Barry, Arrow, Aquaman, Brie Larson, Bill Maher, Titans, Hank


The best texting games

Gaming consoles keep getting more advanced, but you can still have fun with the good old fashioned Latin alphabet. Here are our picks for the best texting games, so you can make the most fun out of that limited data plan or basic cell phone. The post The best texting games appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Games, Trends, Social Media, Smartphone, Texting, Android Army


Pachislot Game Rockman Ability Comes with Wild Designs

Mega Man focused publication Rockman Corner has shared a tremendous amount of information about the recently released Japan-exclusive Pachislot Rockman Ability game. The September released “Pachislot Rockman Ability” features a standard Dr. Light versus Dr. Wily story, but with a few significant twists. Standing in for Dr. Light is his daughter who, since a young […]
Tags: Games, Japan, Gambling, Anime, Capcom, Rockman, Image Gallery, Pachinko, Dr Light, Rockman Corner


Strike Witches Sanya V. Litvyak Ero-Cosplay Strikes Cute Poses

This Strike Witches cosplay of Sanya V. Litvyak by Tachibana Remika strikes all the right poses, presenting the cosplayer’s petite body from just the right angles. More of the enthusiastic cosplayer:  
Tags: Anime, Cosplay, Sanya, H, Image Gallery, Kemonomimi, Strike Witches, Tachibana Remika


‘Aquaman’ Set To Make Waves At the Box Office As Early Ticket Sales Top ‘Venom’

Aquaman is already making a big splash with audiences, as early ticket sales are breaking records. Fandango has revealed that early Aquaman ticket sales have already surpassed Venom‘s previous record. Atom Ticket’s first day sales have also been very impressive. It looks like Aquaman is going to ride a wave of hype right to the deep end of the box office.  It’s official: people really want to see Aquaman. According to Fandango, Aquaman‘s first day of ticket pre-sales has surpassed both Venom ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Justice League, Harley Quinn, Box Office, Dc, Aquaman, Jason Momoa, Erik Davis, Comic Book/Superhero, Joaquin Phoenix Joker, Atlantean Arthur Curry, Temuera Morrison Aquaman, Fandango Aquaman, AMPT


Review: Steven Caple Jr's 'Creed II' Packs an Emotional One-Two Punch

When Creed was released in 2015, co-writer and director Ryan Coogler (of Fruitvale Station and Black Panther) pulled off a seemingly impossible task: staying true to the spirit of the film’s iconic predecessors while forging its own path — not unlike the odyssey of its protagonist, Adonis "Donnie" Creed (Michael B. Jordan), searching for an identity and fighting for an opportunity to prove his own self-worth. The film reinvigorated and expanded the Rocky series by returning to its underdog roo...
Tags: Movies, Review, Sylvester Stallone, Creed, Ryan Coogler, Tessa Thompson, Michael B. Jordan, Rocky, Fruitvale Station, Dolph Lundgren, Phylicia Rashad, Steven Caple Jr, Creed II, Donnie Creed Michael B Jordan, American Dream Now


‘Wreck-It Ralph 3’ Might Not Happen, But John C. Reilly Has an Idea For It

Ralph Breaks the Internet is on track to have one of the biggest Thanksgiving opening weekends of all time, so you might think that a Wreck-It Ralph 3 will be a given at Walt Disney Animation, right? Not necessarily. In a new interview, directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston explain that the story of video game characters Ralph and Vanellope may have come to a natural conclusion in the second film, which hits theaters this week. But star John C. Reilly has a goofy idea to keep things going in a...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Disney, Animation, Sequels, James Bond, Pixar, Sarah Silverman, John-C-Reilly, Moore, Ralph, Johnston, Rich Moore, Toronto Sun, Walt Disney Animation, Disney/Pixar


First Trailer for Indie Comedy 'Dead In A Week (Or Your Money Back)'

"Killing yourself is a lot harder than peolpe think." LevelFilm has debuted an official trailer for a nihilistic indie comedy titled Dead In A Week (Or Your Money Back), opening limited next week. Made in the UK, the film premiered at the Edinburgh and Galway Film Festivals and has been flying under the radar for a while now. The story follows a young man who ends up hiring a genial 65-year-old hitman after his ninth unsuccessful suicide attempt. As in: "If you're serious about ending it, yo...
Tags: UK, Movies, Trailer, Edinburgh, Indies, Gethin Anthony, Tom Wilkinson, To Watch, LevelFILM, Galway Film Festivals, Aneuin Barnard, Freya Mavor Marion Bailey Christopher Eccleston


‘Stan and Ollie’ Trailer: Laurel and Hardy Have One Last Hurrah

Stan and Ollie isn’t your normal biopic. Instead, the film covers a specific period of time – namely, the 1953 UK tour of famed comedians Laurel and Hardy. Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly play Laurel and Hardy, and both appear to have disappeared into their respective roles. Watch the latest Stan and Ollie trailer below. Stan and Ollie Trailer I tend to find cradle-to-the-grave biopics to be a bit dull and uninspired. I much prefer films that zero in on specific events in the lives of h...
Tags: UK, Hollywood, Movies, Britain, Lincoln, Movie Trailers, Steven Spielberg, True Story, Oliver, Steve-Coogan, Jeff Pope, John-C-Reilly, Laurel, Hardy, Stan Ollie, Stan Laurel


‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Zeroes In on $70 Million Opening During Long Thanksgiving Weekend

Ralph and Vanellope are back in Walt Disney Animation’s Ralph Breaks the Internet, which opens tonight with preview screenings in the United States. A new round of tracking numbers suggest that the sequel, which takes the arcade game characters into the wild world of the Internet, could earn as much as $70 million over the Thanksgiving holiday. That would make it one of the top Thanksgiving openers of all time. If Ralph Breaks the Internet opens at #1 at the box office, it’ll be Disney’s thi...
Tags: Facebook, Comedy, Movies, Disney, United States, Animation, Sequels, Box Office, Moana, Ralph, Walt Disney Animation, Disney/Pixar, Family Films, Josh Spiegel, Vanellope, Ralph Breaks the Internet


CS Interview: Florian Munteanu Carries on the Drago Legacy in Creed II

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Interview: Florian Munteanu Carries on the Drago Legacy in Creed II MGM and Warner Bros. Pictures‘ boxing sequel Creed II starring Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone is out now in theaters. ComingSoon.net had the chance to speak 1:1 with German-Romanian boxer Florian Munteanu, who makes his feature debut as Viktor Drago, the son of Dolph Lundgren’s Ivan Drago from 1985’s Rocky IV. Check out the interview below! RELATED: Creed II Review from ComingSoon.net’s Alan...
Tags: Movies, La, Germany, Russia, America, Sylvester Stallone, Creed, Skype, Tessa Thompson, MGM, Michael B Jordan, Stallone, Burton, Ivan, Mike, Andre Ward


Two Sony Spider-Man Universe Movies, Likely ‘Venom 2’ and ‘Morbius’, Set For 2020

Sony has tried to launch a Spider-Man-themed universe for years, and now, things are finally going their way. Venom was a huge box office hit, inspiring the studio to forge ahead with two more Spider-Man Universe films set for 2020. While the official titles of these films have yet to be announced, it’s probably safe to assume we’re talking about Venom 2 and Morbius. More on the potential Morbius and Venom 2 release dates below. Morbius Variety is reporting an untitled Sony-Marvel project...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Sony, Jared-Leto, Tom Hardy, Marvel Studios, Matt Tolmach, Comic Book/Superhero, Morbius, Venom, Avi Arad, Daniel Espinosa, Sony Marvel, Matt Sazama, Burk Sharpless, Michael Morbius


A More Realistic 2018 Thanksgiving Day Parade

Another year means another Thanksgiving and what says Thanksgiving more than a parade? Some might say turkey, football, or the constant reminder that you don’t like your family, but no those people would all be wrong. The Thanksgiving Day parade is an institution in American culture and the most popular one hosted by Macy’s in New York is well known world wide for its array of balloons and floats. But isn’t it time we move away from the cutesy cartoon characters and sponsored nonsense? Isn...
Tags: New York, America, Humor, Best Of The Web, Macy, Hippo


‘Back to the Future’ Tops Franchises That Audiences Would Like to See Remade

Doc Brown may have hit it on the nose when he wildly guessed that there was a problem with Earth’s gravitational pull in the future, because there’s something off in Hollywood in 2018. We’ve had an influx of remakes and reboots of well-known and little-known franchises, all for the sake of nostalgia. But for some reason, we’re clamoring for more. A new poll reveals that the next movie franchise remake that audiences want is Back to the Future. That, and a slew of other titles like The Matrix an...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, The Hunger Games, Earth, Guillermo Del Toro, Pacific Rim, Pixar, Lucasfilm, Avengers, James Cameron, Indiana Jones, Remakes, Marty Mcfly, Around The Web, Hollywood Reporter, Wachowskis


Win DOCTOR WHO Special THE DOCTORS: VILLAINS On DVD

Featuring interviews with the actors who played the Doctor's adversaries, we've got a DVD of The Doctors: Villains to give away. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
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Just Dance 2019 - All Platforms $25.99

This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my full disclosure policy here. Just Dance 2019 is available today at Amazon for just $25.99. This includes all platforms - XBox, Playstation, Nintendo Switch, Wii and Wii U. This is always... [Author: Lana]
Tags: Amazon, Games, Shopping, Lana


Comic Riffs on self-mocking Disney princesses

How 'Ralph Breaks the Internet' spoofs the Disney Princess industrial complex By Michael Cavna Washington Post Comic Riffs blog November 20 2018 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2018/11/20/how-ralph-breaks-internet-spoofs-disney-princess-industrial-complex/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Washington Post, Disney, Disney Princess, Ralph, Mike Rhode, Michael Cavna


Secrets of Haunted House #19 - Alex Nino art

Secrets of Haunted House v1 #19, 1979 - Set during the French Revolution, Alex Nino draws a tale of the town executioner and his longtime rival the Magistrate. Sharp, angular strokes fill the pages, resulting in harsh, even disturbing imagery. Even the climax seems more silly than shocking. On the positive side, the variety of panel shapes and layouts are masterful. The long verticals that [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, House, Ted F, Alex Nino, Magistrate Sharp


News Post: Artifucked

Tycho: (Here’s the comic.  I’ll talk about it later.) In the second half of 2016, our Lead Designer Gavin Greco presented us with… Hm.  Let me think about this for a second.  He presented us with a series of discrete designs in a coherent Line, a reinterpretation of one of Kiko’s ancient Gameskins shirts that had been around since 2001 or so.  But it was also an idea, generally, about reinterpreting our older work and bringing it with us.  It was brilliant generally but it was also brilliant i...
Tags: Comics, Tycho, Kiko, Gavin Greco


Moving Gundam Statue Will Appear in Yokohama

During the Gundam 40th anniversary live stream, it was announced that the city of Yokohama will be getting its own moving life-sized Gundam statue by the year 2020. The “Gundam Global Challenge” project brings the city of Yokohama to supply new technical supervisors and designers. The Gundam will be officially revealed at the Yamashita Pier in […]
Tags: Japan, Events, Statues, Anime, Announcements, Mecha, Yokohama, Gundam, Yamashita Pier


Famitsu Grants Persona Q2 35/40

Esteemed Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu has reviewed chibi dungeon-crawler Persona Q2, giving it a score of 35 out of 40. Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth has received positive reviews in influential gaming magazine Famitsu, with its four reviewers giving scores of 9, 9, 8 and 9 respectively. The upcoming 3DS game, which combines elements of […]
Tags: Games, Review, Anime, Atlus, Persona, 3DS, Famitsu


A Neighbor’s Shh! Could Silence a Village Theater for Good

Quad Cinema is going to court to fend off eviction proceedings after an upstairs tenant complained that noise from its screens keeps seeping into his home.
Tags: Movies, News, Noise, Ny, Suits and Litigation (Civil, Greenwich Village (Manhattan, Quad Cinema, Theaters (Buildings


‘Cam’ and 5 Other Great Female Doppelgänger Movies

Netflix recently premiered its newest hit horror film, Cam . A festival favorite that earned a seal of approval from Stephen King, the film follows a cam girl named Lola, whose identity and account has been hijacked by a doppelgänge r. Fighting to recover her online persona, she must navigate exposure to her family, obsessive male viewers, and judgmental authorities to reclaim her chosen profession. The use of doppelgängers shines either a dreamy or dismal kaleidoscopic depiction of ...
Tags: Movies, Stephen King, Earth, Features, Netflix, Lola, Cam, Sophie, Carl Jung, Ethan, Bergman, Alma, Ingmar Bergman, Elisabet, Featured Stories Sidebar, Alma Bibi Andersson


Google Play Store Will Make All Movie Rentals 99 Cents on Thanksgiving, Giving You the Perfect Excuse to Ignore Your Family

There are two ways to enjoy Thanksgiving. You either embrace the holiday and use this time to reconnect with your family and play catch-up and remember that blood is thicker than grudges as you devour turkey with the people who matter to you. Or you desperately scramble to put on a movie before your crazy uncle tries to engage you in conversation about border walls. And this year, Google is making it very easy to make the latter happen. This Thanksgiving, all movie rentals will be 99 cents on t...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Google Play, Movies, Starz, Around The Web



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