Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken Episode 9 Impression

On this episode, Rimuru experiments with his human form and continues to develop the village. Later, he battles against a party of ogres. So it's pretty interesting to see how Rimuru's human form functions and its gender. Also, the ogres battle was awesome and along the counter tactics that our male lead uses. Other than that, Gobuta was just hilarious on a specific scene. Now what will be the next plot for our main slime and his village? I can't wait to find out as usual. Overall, interesting h...
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News Post: Severance

Tycho: The only game by Tetsuya Mizuguchi I haven’t played is Tetris Effect.  Miz, as he is sometimes called, possibly, I think I read that somewhere, was behind games like Space Channel 5, Rez, Luminez, and Child of Eden so he sits at a nexus of gaming that’s always been a fixture for me - where music and gameplay are muddled with ice, lime, and a few sprigs of fresh mint. Worship may be too strong a word for the way I feel about his work, but it’s not far off.  I’d be first in line to surrou...
Tags: Comics, Tycho, Miz, Tetsuya Mizuguchi, Space Channel 5 Rez Luminez

Melania Trump’s Terrifying Christmas Decorations

Look at my trees, they are soaked in sweet blood. This year at the White House, it’s gonna be a Red Christmas if Melania Trump has anything to say about it. [Author: Tamara Yajia]
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A24 Films Streaming on Kanopy: How to Get Access to the Best Free Streaming Service You’ve Never Heard Of

Good news: the full A24 collection is now streaming on Kanopy! And right about now, I can practically hear all of you asking: “What the heck is Kanopy?” Kanopy is one of the best streaming services you probably don’t know about. What makes it so great? It’s not just the selection – although that’s very good, too. No, what makes Kanopy worth paying attention to is its cost: nothing. That’s right, Kanopy is free through participating libraries. What’s Kanopy?  I was saddened to learn that F...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Netflix, A24, MCU, Netflix/Streaming Video, Kanopy, Cameron Post, Kanopy Kanopy

Showtime at the Apollo: The Epic Tale of Harlem’s Legendary Theater

Due out in January is a comic-format reworking of a significant entertainment history. Ted Fox’s 1983 book Showtime at the Apollo: The Story of Harlem’s World Famous Theater has been converted into a graphic novel illustrated by James Otis Smith. Showtime at the Apollo: The Epic Tale of Harlem’s Legendary Theater is clearly an adaptation of a prose work, with text boxes explaining key moments in the location’s history, but the illustrations add more hooks to show the reader just [...]
Tags: Comics, Showtime, Harlem, Ted Fox, Abrams / Amulet, James Otis Smith Showtime

Water Cooler: Thanksgiving, Creed II, Widows, Aquaman, The Grinch, Lord of the Rings, Fantastic Beasts, Final Table, Princess Switch, Hail Hydra

On the November 26, 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). Opening Banter : This ...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Jim Carrey, Hulu, Ny, Shaq, Amy, Peter, Ben, Brad, Jacob, Ben Pearson, Grindelwald, Peter Sciretta, Jacob Hall, Hoai Tran Bui

Superhero Bits: ‘Venom’ Passes ‘Wonder Woman’ Globally, Dinosaur Named After Thanos & More

What’s up with the new dinosaur named after Thanos? How much has Venom made at the global box office? Will characters from Eternals appear in Captain Marvel or Avengers 4? Did Zack Snyder throw shade at Justice League on Thanksgiving? Is T.J. Miller going to appear in Deadpool 3? What did Kevin Feige have to say about his final meeting with Stan Lee? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Check out what’s coming up on the second season of Black Lightning in a promo for the ne...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Justice-League, Batman, Deadpool, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Thanos, Stan-Lee, Avengers, Arrow, Aquaman, Supergirl, J Miller, Titans, Kevin Feige, Zack Snyder

54% Support Cameras on Trains

How to control Japan’s chikan problem seems obvious to most Japanese, if sadly not the sardine can barons responsible for the whole mess – 54% say cameras should be installed on trains to counter the gropers. Japanese trains are infamous for being hot-spots where chikan tend to flock and test their luck when it comes […]
Tags: Japan, Trains, Voyeurism, Statistics, Anime, Public Transport, Chikan

A Classic

Just like old times
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Guillermo del Toro Breaks Down His Long List of Unmade Projects, Including a ‘Hulk’ TV Series

Guillermo del Toro has considerable clout in Hollywood now after winning Best Director and Best Picture for The Shape of Water. That kind of success usually gives filmmakers free rein to get any project they dream of off the ground. But there was a time, not too long ago, where del Toro had trouble mounting a slew of films. The filmmaker recently took to twitter to offer a long list of his fabled unmade films, making many of us wonder: will these ever see the light of day? Without further ad...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Horror, Disney, Haunted Mansion, Netflix, Britain, Sequels, Guillermo-del-Toro, Adaptation, Charles Dickens, Watson, Justice League, Warner Bros, Robert Zemeckis

‘Modern Love’: Anne Hathaway, John Slattery, Tina Fey, and More Join ‘Sing Street’ Director’s Anthology Series

Once and Sing Street director John Carney hasn’t directed anything in two years, but he’ll soon be back behind the camera with Modern Love, a new anthology series based on the New York Times column and podcast. While most of his crowd-pleasing movies have focused on music thus far, Carney has assembled a new band this time: a “band” of high-profile actors like Anne Hathaway, Tina Fey, John Slattery, and many more to star in this new Amazon series. Check out the full cast list below. Modern L...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Television, Movies, Drama, Casting, New York Times, John Gallagher Jr, Adaptation, Tina-Fey, Carney, Dev Patel, Hall, Andy-Garcia, Andrew Scott, Cristin Milioti

Kantai Collection Zuikaku Cosplay Smiles Charmingly

Kantai Collection’s Zuikaku makes for a great cosplay for those that can pull off a bright smile – cosplayer Nyaruma has exactly that and more.
Tags: Games, Anime, Cosplay, Kantai Collection, Image Gallery, Twintails, Zuikaku, Nyaruma

Isle of Dogs Art Gallery, Plus a Chat With DP Tristan Oliver

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Isle of Dogs art gallery, plus a chat with DP Tristan Oliver In early November the New York gallery Parasol Projects hosted an official Fox Searchlight-sponsored Isle of Dogs art gallery exhibit featuring artistic tributes to the Wes Anderson film, as well as the “King Family Kitchen” and “Spot’s Home” sets from the movie. In conjunction with the exhibit ComingSoon.net got to chat with Isle of Dogs‘ director of photography Tristan Oliver, and received a whole gallery of im...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, Wes, Fox, Wes Anderson, Fox Searchlight, Grand Budapest Hotel, Anderson, Oliver, Sergio Leone, Fox Searchlight Pictures, Kobayashi, ComingSoon, Movie News, Isle of Dogs

Review: Dark Money

— by BEV QUESTAD — Political mail with lies? Campaign ad grossly misrepresenting the truth? Can just anyone with the bucks say anything in a campaign? Besides the questionable rhetoric of the two major parties, when an outside source funds a spurious campaign ad, the funding source is called “dark money,” meaning a third party […]
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Watch the First Five Minutes of George R.R. Martin’s ‘Nightflyers’ Series

Alien first popularized the tagline “In space, no one can hear you scream,” but the upcoming Syfy series Nightflyers takes that mantra to heart within the first 5 minutes of the first episode. The network has released the Nightflyers opening scene that made shockwaves when it was teased at this summer’s San Diego Comic-Con. The brutal opening scene sets the tone for the horror-sci-fi series based on the novella of the same name by writer George R.R. Martin. Nightflyers Opening Scene Whe...
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‘Lion King’ Cast Adds Amy Sedaris as New Character, Proving It’s Not a Shot-For-Shot Remake

The cast for Disney’s remake of The Lion King is already very impressive, but we’re apparently not done learning about additional members of the ensemble. The latest: Amy Sedaris, who has some experience voicing animals through BoJack Horseman, will play a new part in Jon Favreau live action-esque remake of they Disney classic. Sedaris’ character is described as “an animal brand new to the kingdom.” Variety broke the news about Sedaris joining the Lion King cast. Sedaris will voice “an eleph...
Tags: Movies, Beyonce, Casting, Africa, Disney, Animation, Broad City, John, Jon-Favreau, Eric Andre, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Jones, Remakes, Kimmy Schmidt, Donald Glover, Favreau

Starz Orders P-Valley and Hightown To Series

Starz orders P-Valley and Hightown to series Premium cabler Starz has announced that is has ordered two new unique and hard-hitting projects, P-Valley and Hightown, to series from playwright Katori Hall and Gotham‘s Rebecca Cutter. RELATED: Starz App December 2018 Movies and TV Titles Announced P-Valley, based on the similarly titled play “Pussy Valley” from showrunner/creator Hall, will take an unapologetic look at the lives of strip club dancers working in the Mississippi area known as th...
Tags: TV, Movies, Mississippi, Gotham, Chicago, United States, TV News, Starz, Jackson, Cutter, Hall, Cape Cod, Valley, Jerry Bruckheimer, Mississippi Delta, Chernin

Extremely Funny and Extremely Online: Viking

Meet the real people behind your favorite virtual content Last week I was lucky enough to chat with Sarah Schauer, and diving back into the world of digital laughs and those who make them happen, this next creator has grown his online presence exponentially over the last year through his incredible knack for joke writing on Twitter. And on a personal note, he was the first account in the Joke Twitter community that I got to know, and played a huge role in my early development in online co...
Tags: Arizona, Humor, Gracie Hughes, Viking, Zak, Sarah Schauer

The Kominsky Method Season 1 Episode 2 Recap

The Kominsky Method Season 1 Episode 2 Recap In the previous episode of The Kominsky Method, Sandy began to explore a romantic relationship with one of his students, Lisa and Norman’s wife, Ilene died. What does this next installment have in store? Let’s find out as we recap The Kominsky Method season 1 episode 2 ‘Chapter 2: An Agent Grieves!’ Bedtime Sandy and Norman returned to Norman’s home and they immediately began to look through all of the old pictures of Ilene. Mindy called a...
Tags: TV, Movies, Jay Leno, Netflix, Norman, Patti Labelle, Recap, Barbra Streisand, TV Recap, Lisa, Sandy, Phoebe, Woody, ComingSoon, Ilene, The Kominsky Method

Bernardo Bertolucci, Oscar-Winning Director of ‘The Last Emperor’ and ‘Last Tango in Paris,’ Dead at 77

Oscar-winning director Bernardo Bertolucci, best known for his nine-time Oscar-winning masterpiece The Last Emperor, has died at 77. The Italian auteur behind groundbreaking works like Last Tango in Paris and The Conformist passed away in Rome this weekend following a battle with cancer, according to his publicist (via Deadline). He is survived by his wife, British filmmaker Clare Peploe, whom he has been married to since 1978. Born in the Italian city of Parma in 1941 to a poet and a teache...
Tags: Death, Hollywood, Movies, Rome, Paris, Oscar, John Malkovich, Marlon Brando, Hollywood Walk Of Fame, Cannes, Parma, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Schneider, Liv Tyler, Pasolini, Maria Schneider

‘Aquaman’ Early Buzz: This Wild, Weird, Fun Movie Proves the DCEU Isn’t Going Anywhere

An argument could be made that James Wan has already directed a superhero movie because he helmed 2015’s Furious 7, but Aquaman, his first official comic book blockbuster, is set to arrive next month. The social media embargo has officially lifted, so check out what critics – including /Film’s Peter Sciretta – are saying about the latest Warner Bros./DC offering below. Aquaman Reviews After some iffy trailers and a mixed response out of San Diego Comic-Con, the jury was out about Aquaman. ...
Tags: Movies, Nicole Kidman, Sequels, San Diego, Indiana Jones, Aquaman, Jason Momoa, Warner Brothers, Peter, Snyder, Julie Andrews, Schwarzenegger, Hideo Kojima, Paul Shirey, Warner Bros Pictures, WB

Bertolucci’s Best Movies Streaming Now: ‘Last Tango in Paris,’ ’1900’ and More

The Italian director explored lives big and small, his touch both sweeping and intimate. He was also controversial. Here’s a closer look at his work.
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Watch: Apple's Charming 'Share Your Gifts' Animated Holiday Short

The holidays are just around the corner, which means new holiday ads to get you in the mood to spend more money. Apple released their holiday ad last week titled Share Your Gifts, which is a 3-minute animated short film about a girl who makes wonderful things but is afraid to share them with the world. Until one day her greatest creation gets blown out the window and ends up in the hands of locals, who love it. The short features practical hand-made sets, with CG animation for all the characters...
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The Greatest Album Covers of Jazz by Vox

via the ever-vigilant David Hudson. [Author: The Film Doctor ]
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The Post reviews Gorey biography

A peek inside Edward Gorey's modern Gothic world [in print as A gift for making sinister not quite safe]. By Ernest Hilbert Washington Post November 25 2018, p. E13 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/books/a-peek-inside-edward-goreys-modern-gothic-world/2018/11/20/29028b50-e83f-11e8-bbdb-72fdbf9d4fed_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Post, Comics, Washington Post, Edward Gorey, Gorey, Mike Rhode, Ernest Hilbert

That darn Mike du Jour

Letters to the Editor It's probably not the soap in Readers critique The Post: Michelle Obama's book reviewer, a tasteless cartoon and other memorable movie dances Lisa Szymanski, Vienna Washington Post November 22 2018 https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/readers-critique-the-post-michelle-obamas-book-reviewer-a-tasteless-cartoon-and-other-memorable-movie-dances/2018/11/23/b7e20e6c-ef4d-11e8-96d4-0d23f2aaad09...
Tags: Comics, Michelle Obama, Mike Rhode, Mike du Jour, Lisa Szymanski Vienna Washington Post

Western Gunfighters v2 #4 - Barry Windsor Smith art

Western Gunfighters v2 #4, 1971 - Combining new material with old, this western title features the original Ghost Rider, Gunhawk and the Apache Kid. An early Barry Smith tale stands out, probably one of the least known efforts. His graphic, almost abstract style is consistent with other early works for Marvel. Interestingly, the story's Native American hero bears a strong likeness to Conan the [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, Conan, Barry Smith, Ted F, Barry Windsor Smith, Gunhawk

Top 10 Sexiest Villains

Japanese anime fans have voted for the sexiest villains in the medium’s history, with the results reflecting a strong preference for “retro” shows and large oppai… 1. Doronjo (Yatterman) 2. Dakki (Houshin Engi) 3. Vermouth (Detective Conan) 4. Katejina Loos (Mobile Suit Victory Gundam) 5. Lust (Fullmetal Alchemist) 6. Komagata Yumi (Rurouni Kenshin) 7. Haman […]
Tags: Rankings, Conan, Anime, Bleach, Gundam, Full Metal Alchemist, One Piece, Yatterman, Vermouth Detective Conan, Doronjo Yatterman, Dakki Houshin Engi, Katejina Loos Mobile Suit Victory Gundam, Komagata Yumi Rurouni Kenshin

Critic’s Notebook: Why Michael B. Jordan Is More Than a Movie Star

The star of “Creed II” has taken some heat from critics over his performance in “Black Panther.” But his talent is clear.
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