Official Trailer for Hulu's Own 'Fyre Fraud' Doc About the Fyre Festival

"It's a great time to be a con man in America." Well, this just got interesting. Hulu has debuted an official trailer for and already released their documentary Fyre Fraud, a feature-length film about the infamous Fyre Festival disaster. Netflix also released a trailer for their documentary, Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, just last week pitting these two films head-to-head. Which is even more peculiar because apparently this documentary calls out the other one for being biased...
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Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken Episode 15 Impression

On this episode, Rimuru establishes an alliance for monster races. Later, King Gazeru visits Rimuru to determine if he's a friend or foe. So seeing Rimuru's monster nation development is just getting awesome. Also, it was plain funny to see how our male lead not expect his own ideas/proposals get glorified. Other than that, I liked how King Gazeru got involved and develop his kingdom's connection for the new monster nation. Now what's going happen next and will the mysterious dark leader get inv...
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Northwest Trek – FREE Admission For Kids – Kids ‘n Critters February 16 – 18th

Northwest Trek  Free Admission for Kids – March 10 & 11 The always popular Kids ‘n Critters event is coming back to Northwest Trek this winter! It will take place on February 16th – 18th, from 9:30 am – 3:00pm.  They will be offering FREE admission for up to 4 children (up to the age of 12) with every full-paying adult or senior. Winter is seriously one of the best times to visit Northwest Trek and ride the tram tour. We’ve gone multiple times in the winter and always see so many more an...
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News Post: My new D&D Campaign

Gabe: It’s been about eight years since I ran a home campaign but I’ve decided to start another one. My players are going to be my wife Kara along with my friends Amy the Falcone and Levin Sadsad. I asked them if they wanted to play straight up D&D or if I could futz with it a little bit. They all agreed that they were up for some futzing and so I went to work building out a little custom campaign setting. So we will be playing D&D 5e but it will be set in the world of Brightgrave. Here’s what t...
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Hulu unexpectedly releases “Fyre Fraud” days before Netflix’s competing documentary

Not since the literary biopic showdown between “Capote” and “Infamous” has there been such an intense battle for the attention of viewers. This time, the fight is between Hulu and Netflix’s competing documentaries about the disastrous Fyre Festival, a 2017 music festival whose failure led to eight lawsuits and a six-year prison sentence for co-founder Billy McFarland. Hulu unexpectedly released its film, “Fyre Fraud” today, just four days before Netflix’s “Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never ...
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Harmonix Harmony

I find it a bit funny and strange that last week I found myself playing not one, but two games from Harmonix, having terrific play experiences with each. Sure, I’ve enjoyed Rock Band games in the past (especially the Beatles one), but I hadn’t played anything from them in a while, and although it’s a coincidence I found myself playing both DropMix and Amplitude at the same, it’s a happy one. DropMix is an electronic board/card game the company released a year or two ago. I remember hearing it w...
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90-Year-Old Japanese Photographer’s Self Portraits Are Guaranteed To Make Your Day

I want to hang every single one of these in my home In 2017 the internet was captivated by Kimiko Nishimoto, a 90-year-old woman from Japan who took the most wonderfully wholesome and hilarious self portraits imaginable. After attending a beginner’s photography class taught by her grandson, Nishimoto began snapping and editing her own photos at age 72, and hasn’t stopped since. And thank fuck for that, because they’re a goddamn treasure. If this is your first time hearing about her, h...
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Cartoonist RJ Casey would like to teach Richard Thompson's humor

Dreaming in Comics: Alumni Interview with RJ Casey '09 by Christiana Salah Hope College's English Department blog January 11, 2019 https://blogs.hope.edu/english/alumni/dreaming-in-comics-alumni-interview-with-rj-casey-09/ The editor of the relaunched Comics Journal magazine was asked about teaching: If you could teach any English class, what would be the title? It would sure have a niche audience, but "Reconsidering the Comics Canon."and continued: The uncanny humorous wo...
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Japanese Government To Investigate “Gaming Disorder”

The Japanese government is set to investigate the effects of “gaming disorder”, perhaps as a result of its classification by the World Health Organization. The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare is planning to begin an investigation into the effects of gaming disorder, due to concerns that addiction to video games is causing difficulty […]
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‘The Villainess’ TV Series Being Produced by Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment

The hyper-violent South Korean action movie The Villainess is finding new life on TV. Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment, the company behind The Walking Dead, will produce The Villainess TV series, with the original feature director Jung Byung-gi lined-up to helm the pilot. The story focuses on a young woman who was trained since childhood to become a deadly assassin. The Villainess  If you’ve never seen Jung Byung-gil’s 2017 action-fest The Villainess, you should go check it out o...
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Water Cooler: Wicked, Glass, The Mummy, You, Bill and Ted, Police Story, A Dog’s Way Home, Warhammer 40K

On the January 14, 2019 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 talk about what we’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...
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Superhero Bits: Stan Lee’s Final Animated Appearance, Lady Sif Rumored for Disney+ Series & More

Want to see Stan Lee‘s final animated appearance in a Marvel series? Is Lady Sif getting her own series on Disney+? Want to see what happens when Thanos stops by The Simpsons opening couch gag? What’s the long range box office tracking for Captain Marvel? Are Gambit, Dr. Doom and X-Force movies dead in the water? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Michael B. Jordan and Cobie Smulders tried to text Thanos to help save Jimmy Fallon, but it didn’t work out. Jonathan Bennett,...
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Rockstar defends Pinkerton name in ‘Red Dead Redemption 2’

NEW YORK (AP) — Rockstar Games is firing back in a legal tussle over the use of a Pinkerton security company’s name in its video game “Red Dead Redemption 2.” Court documents say Pinkerton Consulting & Investigations sent a cease and desist letter to Rockstar and its parent company, Take-Two Interactive, in December, claiming the […]
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You Can Now Make Sick Beats by Having Siri Crunch Numbers

Start the year off right, and dance your way into 2019.
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Faith Erin Hicks’ New Book May Seem Familiar — An Interview

It’s been a great pleasure for me to follow the work and career of Faith Erin Hicks. I love her style, and she’s done some terrific reads over the years — The Nameless City trilogy, Friends With Boys, The Adventures of Superhero Girl, Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong. I’m eagerly anticipating her upcoming Pumpkinheads, written by Rainbow Rowell, coming this fall. After that, there’s another “new” book — but long-time fans will recognize it. First Second will release One Year [...]
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Artist Mappaninatta Enamored With Large Oppai

Artist “Mappaninatta” has always been obsessed with enormous oppai and with the emergence of ship-girl mobile game Azur Lane he got a new passion. Now he almost exclusively draws well-endowed naval anime babes for the perverse enjoyment of all. More of the artist’s oppai gallery:    
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Christopher McQuarrie Will Direct the Next Two Mission: Impossible Movies

Christopher McQuarrie Will Direct the Next Two Mission: Impossible Movies There was a time when the Mission: Impossible directors were one and done. Brian De Palma, John Woo, J. J. Abrams, and Brad Bird each directed an installment before moving on. But Christopher McQuarrie is proving to be the exception. He helmed Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation in 2018 and returned for Mission: Impossible – Fallout in 2018. Now, McQuarrie is coming back for at least two more sequels. ...
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Guillermo del Toro Shares Profound Observations on ‘Roma’ and Its Cyclical Storytelling

Guillermo del Toro and Alfonso Cuaron have been famously close-knit friends for decades, but that doesn’t mean that del Toro is going to offer only shallow praise to Cuaron’s magnum opus Roma. Del Toro took to Twitter on Sunday to offer some insightful film criticism that perfectly gets to the heart of why Roma is such a masterclass in storytelling — and makes all film writers jealous that they hadn’t written a full essay about this first. Spoilers for Roma below. If you aren’t following Gui...
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‘Men in Black International’ Features More Alien Agents Putting on the Suit

Since Men in Black is concerned with protecting the Earth from the scum of the universe, it doesn’t seem like the kind of organization that would trust extra-terrestrials enough to employ them as agents (although we did see them doing office work and such). When you look back at the Men in Black franchise, there don’t appear to be any aliens suited up as full-fledged agents. But that will change with Men in Black International. Entertainment Weekly has debuted some new photos showing off some...
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‘Saturday Night Live’ Taps ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ and ‘Glass’ Stars as January Hosts

It’s a new year, but the 44th season of Saturday Night Live is only halfway done. The late night sketch series returns this weekend with first-time host Rachel Brosnahan, who has been getting acclaim and awards left and right for her leading role on the Amazon series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Then later this month, SNL will bring even more characters out of James McAvoy beyond those he plays as the split personality monster from M. Night Shyamalan’s Split and the upcoming Glass. Not too long...
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Chris McQuarrie Returning for ‘Mission: Impossible 7’ & ‘8’, Will Film Back-to-Back

Chris McQuarrie, the writer/director of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation and last year’s blockbuster hit Mission: Impossible – Fallout, has signed an unprecedented deal for the Mission franchise: he’s coming back to write and direct the next two movies in the long-running series, and he’s shooting them back-to-back. Will star Tom Cruise survive such a production? Missions: Accepted#MissionImpossible — Christopher McQuarrie (@chrismcquarrie) January 14, 2019 The Mission: Impossible movi...
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Trailer for Comedy 'The Great Unwashed' About a Gang of Hairdressers

"It's not about a job, is it?" Freestyle Digital Media has debuted the first official trailer for an indie comedy called The Great Unwashed, which is supposed to be an amusing and clever title because this is about a gang of criminal hairdressers who run a guy out of town. Yeah, sounds wild doesn't it? Jonathan Pointing stars as Charlie Brumble, a hapless 20-something who is forced to flee the city and hide out with a tribe of weirdo hippies after witnessing a brutal murder by a gang of crim...
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Another World: Survival turns an old game into a new challenge

Another World: Survival is a low-res adaptation of Eric Chahi's classic 16-bit game. Though it's broken down to the essentials to "fit" on the Pico-8 fantasy console, it so perfectly implements the original's combat mechanics and aesthetic that I can't stop playing.
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Ace Combat 7 Finally Gets Launch Trailer

Bandai Namco’s jet fighter simulator and action game Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown has finally received a launch trailer going over the most important parts of the game. The official launch trailer presents plenty of gameplay from the story mode together with the title’s main characters and antagonists: Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown will be out […]
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‘Perry Mason’ TV Series Casts ‘The Americans’ Star Matthew Rhys, Who Replaces Robert Downey Jr.

Step aside, Robert Downey Jr. – there’s a new Perry Mason in town, and it’s The Americans star Matthew Rhys. Downey was all set to play the fictional defense attorney in a movie several years ago, but that project morphed into a limited series at HBO. Now the show is finally going to happen, but since Downey’s film commitments have gotten in the way, Rhys is taking over in the lead role. Deadline reports that Rhys is stepping into the shoes of Perry Mason, the lawyer who was described like th...
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Watch: 'Star Wars' Meets 'Shakespeare' in 'TD-73028 Soliloquy' Short

"Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer…" Nothing like a mashup of Star Wars and Shakespeare. Most stories are already inspired by Shakespeare, but this is an attempt to bring Shakespeare's dialogue right into the iconic Star Wars universe. Squad Leader TD-73028 Soliloquy is a short film directed by Maxime-Claude L'Écuyer from Montreal. The short features Hamlet's famous soliloquy presented as the inner voice of a Stormtrooper, emphasizing how relevant this dialogue still is (and will alw...
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Mark Duplass & Ray Romano Form An Unlikely Bond In Netflix's PADDLETON [First Trailer]

Director Alex Lehmann's drama comes to Netflix in February. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
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Lily James & Tessa Thompson Are Desperate Sisters In LITTLE WOODS - Watch The First Trailer

First look at Nia DaCosta's gritty drama. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
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Fortnite Fans - Fortnite Monopoly $12.64

This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my full disclosure policy here. Fortnite is a HUGE deal and this Fortnite Monopoly game is guaranteed to be a hit with any Fortnite obsessed tween, teen or adult you know. Pick... [Author: Lana]
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