ARRL CEO Howard/WB2ITX Speaks

The new CEO of the ARRL, Howard Michel /WB2ITX spoke at the Ham Radio University event on January 5, 2019. The video below is worth watching to hear Howard’s thoughts on the role of the ARRL. The first 26 minutes are good, but the Q&A session that follows suffers from no audio coverage of the audience. HRU keynote speaker 1-5-2019 from autocrime1 on Vimeo. I think Howard has a tough job ahead of him, leading the ARRL through the start of its Second Century, including some long overdue...
Tags: Radio, Howard, Ham Radio, ARRL, Bob K0NR, HRU, Howard Michel WB2ITX, Ham Radio University, Howard WB2ITX

Netflix Producing Resident Evil TV Series

Woke streaming service Netflix is set to produce a TV series based on the Resident Evil franchise, bound to have its fans shuddering at the thought of the changes that will possibly blaspheme their favorite horror series. Deadline Hollywood is reporting that Netflix will produce a TV series based on Resident Evil. Constantin Film, which […]
Tags: Games, TV, Horror, Zombies, International, Netflix, Anime, Capcom, Deadline Hollywood, Adaptations, Resident Evil

Howard/WB2ITX Speaks

The new CEO of the ARRL, Howard Michel /WB2ITX spoke at the Ham Radio University event on January 5, 2019. The video below is worth watching to hear Howard’s thoughts on the role of the ARRL. The first 26 minutes are good, but the Q&A session that follows suffers from no audio coverage of the audience. HRU keynote speaker 1-5-2019 from autocrime1 on Vimeo. I think Howard has a tough job ahead of him, leading the ARRL through the start of its Second Century, including some long overdue...
Tags: Radio, Howard, Ham Radio, ARRL, Bob K0NR, HRU, Howard Michel WB2ITX, Ham Radio University, Howard WB2ITX

Salma Hayek & Alec Baldwin in First Trailer for 'Drunk Parents' Comedy

"You're supposed to be looking after his property!" Vertical Ent. has debuted the first trailer for the comedy Drunk Parents, directed by the writer of Grown Ups and Grown Ups 2 - which should give you a good idea of what to expect, and it explains why this title is so blunt. The plot follows two alcoholic parents who attempt to hide their ever increasing financial troubles from their daughter and their social circle through elaborate neighborhood schemes. Salma Hayek and Alec Baldwin star a...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Salma Hayek, Trailer, Alec Baldwin, Ben Platt, To Watch, Michelle Veintimilla, Grown Ups, Salma Hayek Alec Baldwin

Girly Air Force Episode 3 Impression

On this episode, Kei helps Gripen train for her next test flight. Later, Kei learns more about Gripen.The training is kinda cool and especially how our male lead develops his bond with Gripen. Also, they nicely revealed some more backstory about Gripen and her kind. Other than that, I can't wait to see more fighter jet girls to start showing up. Now what's going to be the next plot? I'll be looking forward to it. Overall, cool training development and some more backstory details. Conclusion: Co...
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Sundance is homecoming for Julianne Moore and husband

PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — For director Bart Freundlich and Julianne Moore, having their film “After the Wedding” premiere opening at the Sundance Film Festival holds a special significance. Moore and Freundlich came to the festival 22 years ago with another film, “The Myth of Fingerprints,” before marriage, children and everything else. “In between there […]
Tags: Movies, News, Entertainment, Julianne Moore, Ap, Nation, Park City Utah, Moore, Freundlich, Bart Freundlich

Daily Podcast: ‘Serenity’ Might Have The Most INSANE Movie Ending of the Year

On the January 24, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and tv news and in the spoiler room, we’ll be telling you about Serenity , the most insane movie of 2019. 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: Chris has one ...
Tags: Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Disney, Netflix, Moviepass, Chris, Weezer, Lin Manuel Miranda, Steven Knight, Peter Sciretta, Jack Giroux, Hoai Tran Bui, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Sam Hume, Marshall Shaffer

HQ Trivia Reminds Us It Still Exists by Announcing Plans to Get Shittier

It’s about to get way, way harder to win any money playing HQ Trivia.Read more...
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Kingdom Hearts III “Gameplay Overview” Trailer Released

Square-Enix has released a new trailer showing Kingdom Hearts III gameplay in action. A new trailer for Kingdom Hearts III has been published, showing Sora fighting in battle alongside his Disney allies. Observant viewers may notice dozens of cameos from characters as diverse as Jack Sparrow, Winnie the Pooh and Donkey Kong: Square-Enix have published […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Xbox One, Disney, Anime, Ps4, RPG, Square Enix, Kingdom Hearts, Donkey Kong, Sora, Jack Sparrow Winnie

Bryan Singer to Keep Directing Job Despite Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Singer, who was fired from “Bohemian Rhapsody,” will continue with “Red Sonja” despite an article detailing allegations that he had sex with underage boys.
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Superhero Bits: The First Black Panther Sketch Ever, Black Widow Production May Start Soon & More

Want to see the first sketch Jack Kirby ever did of Black Panther? Why might you not want the power of flight? When is the Black Widow movie rumored to start shooting? Want to get in shape like Thor with Chris Hemsworth‘s new fitness app? Will there be any references to the Green Lantern movie in Shazam? Want to know more about the new Guardians of the Galaxy? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. In this edition of Caravan of Garbage, find out about one of the weirdest Aven...
Tags: Movies, Black Widow, Chris Hemsworth, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Thor, Avengers, Daredevil, Aquaman, Jack Kirby, Hulk, Supergirl, Shazam, Lex Luthor, Nerdist, Jon Cryer, Charlie Cox

‘Knightfall’ Season 2 Teaser: Mark Hamill Plays a Different Kind of Knight

Have you heard of Knightfall? It’s a series on History that debuted late in 2017, and apparently it did well enough to earn a second season order. Not only that, but the series was able to pull in Mark Hamill for a major role in season 2, and the first teaser reveals the Star Wars saga star as another grizzled, old knight, this time without a lightsaber. Watch the Knightfall season 2 teaser below. Knightfall Season 2 Teaser As you can see, there’s no footage for us to see from the series...
Tags: Television, Movies, France, History, Mark Hamill, Isabella, Landry, Louis, Tom Cullen, TV Trailer, Gawain, Aaron Helbing, Ed Stoppard, Knightfall, William De Nogaret, Joan Olivia Ross

BBC Radio Sheffield wins Gillard Station of the Year

It was BBC Radio Sheffield’s night at this year’s Gillard Awards – the internal awards celebrating the best of BBC Local Radio. Radio Sheffield won the most Gold awards, taking home three in total. Kat Harbourne and Jenny Eells won Best Presenter for their Naked Podcast, Toby Foster won Best Breakfast, and the whole team won Station of the Year. New Head of Audio and Digital Chris Burns welcomed a room full of people at Pride Park in Derby from the local stations, and acknowledged the new rec...
Tags: Top, Awards, Bbc, Radio, Derby, Anna, Gillard, BBC Radio Leicester, BBC Radio Sheffield, BBC Somerset, BBC Surrey, Pride Park, Pudsey, BBC Radio Lancashire, Bbc Radio York, Chris Burns

‘Riverdale’ and ‘Jane the Virgin’ Spin-Offs Get Pilot Orders at The CW

The CW is bringing the drama with its new pilot orders for a Riverdale spin-off and a Jane the Virgin spin-off. The network handed out pilot pickups to four dramas — two of which are based on existing shows and two others based on existing intellectual properties — that all hope to earn a spot on the network’s 2019-2010 TV schedule. Riverdale continues to elevate to new dramatic heights each episode, while Jane the Virgin is about to wrap up its fourth and final season after the show’s bigge...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Romance, Drama, New York City, America, Teen, Broadway, The Cw, Jane The Virgin, Cw, Gina Rodriguez, Nancy-Drew, Napa Valley, Jane

‘Watchmen’ Casts ‘Sun Records’ Alum Dustin Ingram in Recurring Role

The mystery surrounding Damon Lindelof‘s upcoming Watchmen series is not getting any clearer, even with the casting of a “key” supporting character. Dustin Ingram, star of the CMT series Sun Records, is joining the Watchmen cast in a recurring role that remains undisclosed. The HBO series inspired by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons iconic graphic novel has released some footage and shared a vague synopsis, but we still have little clue what Watchmen is about. But the latest casting news adds to ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Casting, Alan Moore, Sci-fi, Damon Lindelof, Gibbons, Moore, Sun Records, White Rabbit, Stephen Williams, Lindelof, Dave Gibbons, Warner Bros Television, Watchmen, Nicole Kassell

Why Joe Cornish Turned Down ‘Star Trek Beyond’

In 2013, Joe Cornish was primed to be the next successful indie director who would make the leap to the big-budget blockbuster. J.J. Abrams had just taken himself out of the running to direct the third Star Trek to helm Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Cornish was coming off the cult success of 2011’s Attack the Block. We just needed that one report with that all-important word: “Confirmed.” But Cornish turned down Star Trek. Justin Lin would take on directing duties of Star Trek Beyond, while ...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Star-Trek, Sequels, Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Justin Lin, Paramount Pictures, Edgar Wright, Independent, Joe Cornish, Star Trek Beyond, Wright, J J Abrams, Cornish, The Kid Who Would Be King

‘3×3’ carries on Whim W’Him’s streak of innovative, politically-inflected dance

In contemporary dance done well, everything seems to carry meaning and verve, down to the smallest onstage gesture. This quality is on full display in the latest from Seattle's Whim W'Him. "3x3" features fresh new dance concepts from Zoe Scofield, Yin Yue, and Whim W'Him's own Olivier Wevers.
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Mega Miracle Force Gets A Short Cute Trailer

Compile Heart revealed yet another short trailer for their smartphone strategy RPG “Mega Miracle Force”, which features some of Compile Heart and Idea Factory’s most popular IPs. The trailer goes through some of the visual novel-like story segments coupled with brief footage of its grid-based strategy gameplay utilizing the title’s large cast of characters. The cute […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Strategy, Smartphones, Anime, RPG, Compile Heart, Idea Factory, Neptunia, Casuals

‘The Office’ is Still One of the Five Most Popular Shows on Netflix

Netflix seems to announce a new original series every day or so, filling the service with more shows to binge than humanly possible. And yet, that increasingly massive library isn’t always the main draw for subscribers. Case in point: it seems that NBC’s The Office, which ended its nine season run in 2013, remains one of the most popular shows on Netflix, even in the face of so many Hot New Serialized Streaming Experiences. This raises a very important question: what happens when NBCUniversal’s...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Office, Netflix, Nbcuniversal, The Office, Warner Bros, Hulu, Hollywood Reporter, George Cheeks, NBC Entertainment co

What to watch, Sundance film fest edition: ‘Sex,’ ‘Fyre,’ ‘Vice’ and ‘Hedwig’

To celebrate the kickoff of the famed Park City film festival, we look at some current films and classics for your screening pleasure.
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Vice, Ad Friendly, Little Miss Sunshine, Hedwig, Precious, Fyre, Sex lies and videotape, Fyre Fraud, Coming Out Under Fire, Down And Dirty Pictures

This Spring Collection Confirms Once Again That Fashion Is Wack

It’s called fashion, look it up Okay, let me start off by saying I don’t get fashion. Like, on a scale of one to Vogue, my grasp of haute couture is on par with Anne Hathaway at the beginning of The Devil Wears Prada. In other words, it’s not great. So whenever I scroll by a fashion show recap I usually think, “that’s weird” and carry on with my life. Today, however, I stumbled upon the lookbook for Viktor & Rolf’s spring collection. People in the industry say that fa...
Tags: Europe, Humor, Anne Hathaway, Gracie Hughes, Viktor Rolf, Alessandro Viero Gorunway

Put On Your Nostalgia Pants for This 2001-Era Middle School Series

There’s nothing quite as timeless as the suckery one encounters in middle school, and this show nails it. Set in 2001, Life Sucks is the story of Ally (13), Jake (13) and Max (13), three teens struggling through the most awkward phase of their lives: middle school. After being kicked out of their own friend groups and having nowhere else to turn, the three reluctantly come together to face puberty, popular kids, rumors, gossipy teachers and their feelings for one another in the millennial,...
Tags: Humor, Max, Jake, Life Sucks, Dinner For One Comedy, Manstration Life Sucks Episode, Allyson Condrath Max Fox Jake Mann Kyle Miller, Ian Wexler

Morbius Adaptation Adds Matt Smith in Spider-Man Spin-off

Morbius adaptation adds Matt Smith in Spider-Man spin-off Matt Smith (The Crown) is in final talks to star in Morbius alongside Jared Leto and the previously announced Adria Arjona, Variety has confirmed. Details have not yet been released on the character Smith will be playing, but the outlet notes it will be a major role in the movie. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[],...
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Best-Selling Books Week Ended January 19. FICTION 1. “Dog Man: Brawl of the Wild” by Dav Pilkey (Graphix) 2. “Liar Liar” by James Patterson and Candace Fox (Little, Brown) Most Read StoriesNo surprise for commuters: Washington ranks dead last among lower 48 states for drivingSeahawks Mailbag: Free agent rumors and rumblings -- Could a few […]
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Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #307 - Carl Barks cover & reprint

Carl Barks Walt Disney's Comics and Stories v1 #307, 1966 - Featured in this Gold Key issue is a Carl Barks reprint from Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #91. Carl Barks supplies the cover but falls short of his usual standards. Other artists in this issue include Tony Strobl. - - - - - - - - - - Barks cover pencils and inks = ** - - - - - - - - - - Home / Barks / Walt Disney's Comics and [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Sylvester Stallone Still Wants to Make an Edgar Allan Poe Movie

Sylvester Stallone may be primarily known for action movies, but his long-running dream project has been to make a movie about writer Edgar Allan Poe. Yes, really. Stallone even wrote a script for the potential movie back in the ’70s, and wanted to play Poe himself. It never came to pass. But Stallone has never said “nevermore” to this idea, and the actor, writer and filmmaker recently revealed he still hopes to get the movie made. Stallone probably won’t be playing Poe now that he’s older (alt...
Tags: Movies, Instagram, Edgar Allan Poe, Sylvester-Stallone, True Story, Poe, John Cusack, Stallone, Francis Ford Coppola, Ben Chaplin, Screenwriting, Jeffrey Combs, Edgar Allan Poe Movie, Sylvester Stallone Edgar Allan Poe, Poe Check

Spider-Man Spin-Off ‘Morbius’ Adds Former ‘Doctor Who’ Star Matt Smith

Matt Smith, best known for starring in Doctor Who from 2010 through 2014, is joining the Spider-Verse. The Emmy-nominated actor has been cast in Morbius, the upcoming villain spin-off starring Jared Leto as the “living vampire” who sometimes fights Spider-Man and sometimes fights crime. Will he fight Matt Smith? We have no idea! Variety has the news of Smith’s casting, but the details are under wraps at the moment. However, Smith’s post-Who career has seen him taking on a number of villainou...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Sony, Smith, Jared Leto, Matt Smith, Safe House, Spidey, Roy Thomas, Comic Book/Superhero, Morbius, Daniel Espinosa, Eddie Brock, Gil Kane, Matt Sazama, Michael Morbius

Ron Howard to make doc about town devastated by wildfires

PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — Director Ron Howard is planning to make a documentary about a Northern California town’s attempt to rebuild after a devastating wildfire last year National Geographic Documentary Films announced the project Thursday which will focus on the Sierra Nevada foothills town of Paradise, California. In November of 2018, flames destroyed nearly […]
Tags: Movies, News, Entertainment, Ap, Nation, Sierra Nevada, Ron Howard, Northern California, Park City Utah, Paradise California, National Geographic Documentary Films

Bryan Singer will still direct ‘Red Sonja’ amid accusations

An article published Wednesday in The Atlantic alleged a pattern of predatory behavior by Singer, who denies the claims.
Tags: Movies, News, Entertainment, Atlantic, Nation, Bryan Singer, Sonja

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