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Chroma Deluxe: Sexy Hentai Girls Vibrantly Erotic

Eroge fanatics enthused by puzzle game elements can give Nutaku‘s “Chroma Deluxe: Sexy Hentai Girls” a try, as the sexy title requires players to make extensive use of their mind in order to acquire their nude rewards. The original version of the title had only 5 images of each desirable maiden, but the “Deluxe” version […]
Tags: Games, Puzzle, Anime, H, Image Gallery, Eroge, Nutaku


Payless Scams the Rich, Teaches Us the True Meaning of Christmas

Swindling the wealthy elite is always fashionable I love a good deal. I don’t really dig shopping as an activity, but spending less money on stuff is always awesome. You know what I love even more than scoring a good deal, though? Watching super rich people get punk’d And it doesn’t happen often. Things like the catastrophic failure that was Fyre Fest are rare and fleeting, like Haley’s Comet, so we have to take time to really appreciate them when they happen. Here’s what went down. ...
Tags: Humor, Gracie Hughes, Haley, Payless, Santa Monica CA, Payless ShoeSource, Payless Scams, Payless Point


Jon Stewart’s Reversed Interview with Stephen Colbert

The Late Show flipped the script, just to keep us on our toes This week, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert team decided to shake things up a bit with a little role reversal, and it. Was. Awesome. Colbert lived life on the other side of the desk and one by one his guests interviewed him. The entire episode was great, but... Jon Stewart’s interview totally stole the show. The comedic chemistry between these two is unreal, and it doesn’t matter which side of the desk they’re on, together ...
Tags: Stephen Colbert, New Jersey, Humor, Colbert, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Jon Stewart, Stephen, Gracie Hughes, Jon


Disney+ ‘Rogue One’ Series Hires ‘The Americans’ Executive Producer Stephen Schiff as Showrunner

Earlier this month, we learned that Disney and Lucasfilm had another live-action Star Wars series in the works. It’s a Rogue One prequel series that will focus on Diego Luna reprising his role as Cassian Andor, and it just got the best showrunner that a series focusing on a Rebel spy could ask for: The Americans executive producer Stephen Schiff. Deadline has word on the Rogue One prequel series landing Stephen Schiff as showrunner. He’s coming off five years working on the FX series The Amer...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, United States, Ronald Reagan, Sequels, Death Star, Lucasfilm, Rogue One, Stephen Schiff, Keri Russell, Rebel Alliance, Schiff, Diego Luna, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story


Disney+ ‘Rogue One’ Series Hires ‘The Americans’ Showrunner Stephen Schiff

Earlier this month, we learned that Disney and Lucasfilm had another live-action Star Wars series in the works. It’s a Rogue One prequel series that will focus on Diego Luna reprising his role as Cassian Andor, and it just got the best showrunner that a series focusing on a Rebel spy could ask for: The Americans executive producer Stephen Schiff. Deadline has word on the Rogue One prequel series landing Stephen Schiff as showrunner. He’s coming off five years working on the FX series The Amer...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, United States, Ronald Reagan, Sequels, Death Star, Lucasfilm, Rogue One, Stephen Schiff, Keri Russell, Rebel Alliance, Schiff, Diego Luna, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story


Daily Podcast: Star Wars, Chris Evans, Mary Poppins Returns, Daredevil, Disney+, Villains With Scars, MPAA

On the November 30, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest TV and film news, including Star Wars, Chris Evans, Mary Poppins Returns, Daredevil, Disney+, Scars on Film Villains, MPAA trouble. 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). O...
Tags: Movies, Avengers, Chris Evans, Ifc Films, Chris, Nick Nolte, Peter, Ben, Mary Poppins, Ben Pearson, Peter Sciretta, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Sam Hume, Netflix Ben, Unrated Screening Broke MPAA


Superhero Bits: Michael B. Jordan Got Therapy After ‘Black Panther,’ ‘Elseworlds’ May Have ‘Smallville’ Easter Egg & More

Why did Michael B. Jordan need therapy after Black Panther? Which comic book movie was honored by the New York Film Critics Circle awards? Is there any hope of a Daredevil movie to finish the canceled series? Want to get your hands on some props from the Batman 1966 series? What Smallville reference will there be in Elseworlds? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. The origin story of Hawk and Dove will be explored, as teased in the latest promo for the next Titans episode. ...
Tags: Movies, Superman, Glass, Netflix, Batman, Avengers, Daredevil, New York Film Critics Circle, Arrow, Aquaman, Michael B Jordan, Titans, Matt Murdock, Comic Book/Superhero, Justice-League, Superhero Bits


Rariemonn Animations Way Too Cute

Those in “cool down mode” or would simply rather prefer looking at cute artwork as opposed to erotica can appreciate the art and animations of Rariemonn, as they possess a superb level of quality and adorableness. Rariemonn’s moelicious works:
Tags: Illustration, Artists, Anime, Image Gallery, [email protected], Rariemonn


‘The Predator’ Almost Had Predator-Monkey Hybrids, But Some Things Aren’t Meant to Be

Remember The Predator? Shane Black‘s sequel/reboot hit theaters this year, but it seems like everyone already forgot about it already. Maybe we’d all still be talking about The Predator right now if it had kept one of the script’s early ideas intact: Predator-monkey hybrids. That’s right – at one point, The Predator was going to feature Predator DNA mixed with monkeys and other animals. But it never came to pass. Instead we got Thomas Jane telling terrible jokes! See The Predator concept art be...
Tags: Images, Movies, Sci-fi, Digital, Sequels, Concept Art, Don, Collider, Thomas Jane, Shane Black, The Predator, Shane Black Iron Man, Sterling K Brown, Sekeris


The best movies on Netflix right now (December 2018)

Save yourself from hours wasted scrolling through Netflix's massive library by checking out our picks for the streamer's best movies available right now, whether you're into explosive action, witty humor, or anything else. The post The best movies on Netflix right now (December 2018) appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Entertainment, Trends, Netflix, Home Theater, Streaming, Movies & TV, Best Of Everything


WarnerMedia Reveals First Details on the Streaming Subscription Replacing FilmStruck

Cinephiles were rather upset that WarnerMedia was shutting down the movie streaming subscription service FilmStruck, many of them prominent filmmakers like Steven Spielberg, Guillermo del Toro, Edgar Wright, Barry Jenkins, Kathleen Kennedy, Christopher Nolan and more. But the media giant reassured movie lovers that they would have a new iteration of FilmStruck coming sometime in 2019, though it might not go by that name. Now the first details have emerged on the FilmStruck replacement, which Wa...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Netflix, Starz, Hulu, Warner Brothers, Stephenson, HBO Showtime, Randall Stephenson, Netflix/Streaming Video, Business and Industry News, FilmStruck, WarnerMedia


‘First Reformed’ Director Paul Schrader Complains About Audiences, Then Says Dumb Stuff About Kevin Spacey

Perhaps desperate to slow down any Oscar momentum surrounding First Reformed, Paul Schrader has decided to complain about movie audiences, and then say some really dumb stuff about Kevin Spacey. The writer and filmmaker first sat down to an interview to bemoan the sad state of unserious movie-goers. Later, he hopped onto his Facebook page to reveal he really wants to make a movie with Kevin Spacey, despite the allegations of sexual misconduct against the actor. Needless to say, this has raised ...
Tags: London, Movies, Taylor Swift, Interviews, Kevin-Spacey, Kevin, Bruce, Wilde, Spacey, Paul-Schrader, Schrader, Put Celine


‘Kingsman’ Prequel Casts Charles Dance, Daniel Brühl, Rhys Ifans, and More

Four more actors are suiting up for the upcoming Kingsman prequel. According to a new report, The Amazing Spider-Man‘s Rhys Ifans is in talks to join the Ralph Fiennes and Harris Dickinson-led Kingsman prequel as the potential villain. Joining alongside him are several other genre vets: Game of Thrones‘ Charles Dance and Captain America: Civil War‘s Daniel Brühl, while Watchmen‘s Matthew Goode is reportedly being eyed for a role. Collider reports that Rhys Ifans, best known recently for play...
Tags: London, Movies, Casting, America, Sequels, Ralph Fiennes, 20th Century Fox, Colin Firth, Rhys-Ifans, Kingsman, Goode, Dickinson, Conrad, Charles Dance, Daniel Brühl, Vaughn


Watch: Sci-Fi Short 'Now' Examines a Digital Database of Memories

"I need you to help me with something… Think of it like it's a game, like a memory game." What if we lived in a world where all of our memories were stored into a digital database? Now is a short film written and directed by Justin Zachary, and plays with that concept. The story is about a computer scientist who digs through his girlfriends memories only to discover a haunting truth that he's desperate to cover up. Zachary also stars in the film, along with Susanna Ericsson, Craig Braun, and...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Short Film, Zachary, To Watch, Justin Zachary, Digital Database of Memories, Susanna Ericsson Craig Braun, Francesca Fondevila


Kantai Collection Shimakaze Cosplay Really Gets Into It

Cosplayer Fleia has mustered up all of her cuteness to present her Shimakaze cosplay to the public. An adorable smile and a gorgeous body goes a long way with the Kantai Collection fandom and Fleia seems to be having a lot of fun with her high-quality getup. More of the extremely popular cosplay:
Tags: Games, Anime, Cosplay, Oshiri, Kantai Collection, Image Gallery, Seifuku, Cosplayer Fleia, Fleia


The best shows on Netflix right now (December 2018)

Looking for a new show to binge? Lucky for you, we've curated a list of the best shows on Netflix, whether you're a fan of outlandish anime, dramatic period pieces, or shows that leave you questioning what lies beyond. The post The best shows on Netflix right now (December 2018) appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Entertainment, Trends, Netflix, Home Theater, Streaming, Movies & TV, Best Of Everything


Sorry, ‘Star Wars’: Science Proves ‘The Wizard of Oz’ is the Most Influential Movie Ever Made

A bunch of nerds in Italy put their big brains together to determine the most influential movie of all time, and the answer might surprise you. According to their findings, the 1939 The Wizard of Oz is the most influential film ever made, while Star Wars is second. The study also ranked directors and actors, and came up with some unexpected results. More on the most influential movie ever made below. In a report appearing in the journal Applied Network Science, a team of researchers broke do...
Tags: Star-Wars, Movies, Fantasy, Sci-fi, Italy, Adaptation, Metropolis, The Wizard Of Oz, Alfred Hitchcock, Samuel-L-Jackson, Steven Spielberg, King Kong, Philadelphia Story, George Cukor, Mervyn LeRoy, Applied Network Science


The November 2018 Line-Up

The Line-Up is a monthly rundown of new anime, manga, novel, and artbook licenses for the U.S. It also lists new streaming/broadcasting announcements and posted crowdfunding projects available to U.S. residents. And finally, it includes anime/manga projects and live-action anime/manga adaptation announcements from Japan. New Licenses in the U.S. Alicia’s Diet Quest – Kodansha USA … Continue reading The November 2018 Line-Up
Tags: Japan, Editorials, Anime, Manga, ALICIA, Line-Up, Diet Quest Kodansha USA Continue


What Is The Future of ‘Daredevil’? Can Cancelled Netflix Marvel Shows Continue on Disney+?

Last night, Netflix cancelled Daredevil, leaving only Jessica Jones and The Punisher as the final Marvel shows on that streaming platform. But there have been some not-so-subtle hints that Daredevil will return in some capacity, so let’s look at the future of The Man Without Fear and address the speculation that the show might make the jump from Netflix over to Disney’s upcoming streaming service, Disney+. What Happened To The Netflix Marvel Shows? Earlier this year, Netflix chief content o...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Marvel, Disney, Netflix, Comcast, Adaptation, Sony, Sony Pictures, Andrew Garfield, Hulu, Avengers, Daredevil, Ted Sarandos, 21st Century Fox


‘The Powerpuff Girls’ Gets the Dark and Gritty Treatment in Adi Shankar’s Bootleg Universe Short Film

If you were itching for a dark and gritty reboot of The Powerpuff Girls, you’re in luck. No? You never wanted one in the first place? Well too bad, because Adi Shankar has made it part of his “Bootleg Universe” which includes the likes of his famously violent Power Rangers fan film, and the The Punisher: Dirty Laundry, which brought Thomas Jane back into the role. Now, the cheery children’s show The Powerpuff Girls gets the dark and modern treatment in a 20-minute short film titled Powerpuff Gi...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Power Rangers, Remakes, Around The Web, Shankar, Thomas Jane, Adi Shankar, Action/Adventure, The Powerpuff Girls, Fan Films, Castlevania, Bootleg Universe, Steven LaMorte, Flip Kobler, Cindy Marcus


Aaron Rodgers and Amazon Studios Teaming For College Football Drama

Aaron Rodgers and Amazon Studios teaming for college football drama Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is teaming up with American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson director Anthony Hemingway and Amazon Studios for the college football drama Work Horses. RELATED: Amazon Studios’ Modern Love Assembles A-List Cast & Directors The Emmy-winning director, who also directed the 2012 war drama Red Tails, will be working on the film penned by Matthew King that gives audiences a look...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, LSU, NFL, America, Netflix, Village Voice, Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers, Espn, Hemingway, J Simpson, Rodgers, Amazon Studios, Matt King, Desmond Howard


Short and Sweet Comedy Sketches from Phil Jamesson

Delivering big laughs in little time Phil Jamesson is a super funny, super talented comedy writer who specializes in sketch videos that are usually under a minute long - and he plays each character in all of them. His videos are as imaginative as they are hilarious, and at 20-50 seconds long, they’re easy to binge! We compiled a few of our favorites to get you started: Pitching Mythological Creatures Stevens works a corporate job creating mythical creatures. Small Talk Hater ...
Tags: Humor, Gracie Hughes, Stevens, Phil Jamesson, Phil Jamesson Check


Dec 4: Stand for Stan lee

Not clear what this is, but... https://scontent-iad3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.15752-0/p480x480/47109557_916518518557957_3366627466637475840_n.jpg [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Stan Lee, Mike Rhode


New Red Band Trailer & Artwork For Justin McConnell's Body Horror LIFECHANGER

One of the year's smartest horror movies is coming to VOD. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
Tags: Movies, TheMovieWaffler.com, Justin McConnell


Experience Deja Vu With The First HAPPY DEATH DAY 2U Trailer

First look at the upcoming slasher sequel. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
Tags: Video, Movies, Horror, New Releases, TheMovieWaffler.com


5 movies to watch in honor of World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day World AIDS Day (Dec. 1) approaches again, bringing with it a reminder of the men and women we lost to the disease, and a call to action to keep up the fight against HIV.
Tags: Entertainment, Lifestyle, Ad Friendly, Queerty, QueertyTV Link


Green Lantern v2 #69 - Wally Wood art

Green Lantern v2 #69, 1969 - Gil Kane and Wally Wood collaborated several times during the course of their careers. This particular effort is admirable, opening with a bold close-up on the title splash page. Kane's figure drawings are dynamic, with a clear emphasis on anatomy. Wood's inks sometimes omit finer details but without detriment to the artwork. On the whole, the characters and scenes [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, Kane, Wally Wood, Ted F, Gil Kane


Artist Ayamy Loves Rem Just the Right Amount

The popularity of Re:Zero’s Rem is unquestionable and artists like Ayamy have channeled their love for the character into their artwork, producing cute and sexy images of who many consider their waifu. Rem dressed in multiple costumes and outfits as envisioned by the artist:
Tags: Illustration, Artists, Anime, Oppai, Image Gallery, Maids, Re:Zero, Ayamy


4 Christmas Party Ideas For The Best Holiday Season Ever

As we approach Christmas and New Year festivities, party planning is getting into full swing.  Friends and families are all planning all kinds of festive holiday revelries from traditional Christmas dinners to gift swaps and cookie exchanges. There are many more Christmas party ideas that you can work with to make sure the event is not only successful but memorable too. Here are a few tips to help you plan one of the most splendid holiday parties. Select an appropriate date Holid...
Tags: Fashion, Entertainment, Christmas Party, Holiday Party, Holiday Parties, Don, Food & Snacks, Holiday Features, Holiday Decorating, Christmas Party Ideas


James Cameron and Tom Cruise Talked About Filming a Movie in Outer Space

As the Mission: Impossible franchise has taught us, Tom Cruise is up for anything – especially if it’s dangerous. And what could be more dangerous than going to space? While the Mission franchise might not ever journey to the stars, Tom Cruise did almost blast off once – with James Cameron. According to Cameron, he once wanted to make a movie with Cruise in space. And of course, Tom Cruise was up for it. Sooner or later, Tom Cruise will end up in space. I don’t know what the circumstances wi...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Cruise, International Space Station, Cameron, Tom-Cruise, James-Cameron, Tom, Outer Space



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