CS Interview: Richard Stanley on His Passion Project Color Out of Space

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Interview: Richard Stanley on his passion project Color Out of Space It’s been over 20 years since Richard Stanley last stood behind the camera for a feature-length project and now the time has finally come for his return in this year’s adaptation of the H.P. Lovecraft short story Color Out of Space starring Nicolas Cage (Mandy). Ahead of the film’s theatrical release, ComingSoon.net got the chance to talk with the South African director to discuss the long-gestating ...
Tags: Movies, Stephen King, Marlon Brando, New England, Ward, Moreau, Gardner, Wells, Stanley, Lovecraft, Tommy Chong, Brando, Antartica, Hill House, Gardners, Harlan County

Russell Simmons Documentary Premieres Amid Controversy

The filmmakers behind “On the Record” thanked Sundance for “standing strong and never blinking” after Oprah Winfrey backed out as an executive producer.
Tags: Utah, Movies, News, Sex Crimes, Oprah Winfrey, Sexual Harassment, Dick, Amy, Simmons, Russell, Russell Simmons, Kirby, Rap and Hip-Hop, Ziering, Sundance Film Festival (Park City, MeToo Movement

Cowboy Action #11 - Matt Baker, Al Williamson art

Cowboy Action v1 #11, 1956 - Going after his brother's killer, a gunman tracks down the man responsible to a peaceful family-owned ranch. Artfully drawn, Al Williamson employs shadows and heavy blacks to convey an ominous mood. His opening page is particularly good, rendering fine details on the determined rider and his horse. Matt Baker's effort tells of a farm boy who idolizes Billy the Kid. [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Billy, Matt Baker, Ted Ignacio, Al Williamson, Matt Baker Al Williamson

New Mutants #48 - Barry Windsor Smith cover

Barry Windsor Smith New Mutants v1 #48, 1986 - Mirage and Cannonball face off against a mutant-hunting Sentinel on this last Barry Smith cover of the series. The nicely positioned layout draws the focal point toward the antagonist rather than the heroes. The Sentinel's size is amplified by not only the relative scale, but the enormous foreshortened hands on either side. The pink and purple [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Marvel, Smith, Superhero, Unknown, 1980s, Barry Smith, Barry Windsor Smith, Cannonball, New Mutants

Battlestar Galactica #18 - Walt Simonson art

Battlestar Galactica v1 #18, 1980 - When the ship's biologist turns into a red-hued man-ape, Apollo and company must cure him of his condition while avoiding his bloodlust. Between Sal Buscema's layouts and Klaus Janson's inks, Walt Simonson's contribution is simply unrecognizable. The drawings are largely& mediocre and the panel sequences monotonous. The sole exception is the bold splash on [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Science Fiction, Comics, Marvel, Unknown, 1980s, Simonson, Klaus Janson, Walt Simonson, Sal Buscema

Review: Beanpole

— by RON WILKINSON — Kicking off the year with a powerhouse of an essay on the horrors of war, director Kantemir Balagov weaves together stories of the Siege of Leningrad. As one might expect, all three are bad, ending in the briefest ray of light. Some survive and some do not. As in all […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Leningrad, Ron Wilkinson, Kantemir Balagov, Viktoria Miroshnichenko, Andrey Bykov

Porn Block Companies Sue British Government

Companies that had been developing porn-blocking software for the British government are now suing them for abandoning the idea, claiming damages of £3 million. Four companies – AgeChecked Ltd, VeriMe, AVYourself and AVSecure – explained that culture secretary Nicky Morgan (who is now a baroness) had no right to scrap the controversial porn-blocking scheme, which […]
Tags: Politics, UK, Money, Law, Censorship, International, Nicky Morgan, Courts, Pornography, Anime, AgeChecked Ltd

Charmed Season 2 Episode 10 Recap

Charmed Season 2 Episode 10 Recap In the previous episode of the CW’s Charmed, Mel and Maggie found Ray alive, and Jordan found out that people thought Maggie and her sisters were dead. In Charmed Season 2 Episode 10, SafeSpace celebrated Jordan’s 26th birthday, while Mel worked with Ray to find out who his magical artifact buyers were. Ghost in the Mirror Maggie was anxious as SafeSpace celebrated Jordan’s 26th birthday. As the hours ticked by to midnight, Maggie got a premonition that a ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Charmed, TV News, The Cw, Harry, Jordan, Maggie, Recap, Cw, Mel, Aspen, Ray, TV Recap, Macy, ComingSoon

weaponized boredom links

---"Nondigital surveillance is weaponized boredom" --from William Gibson's excellent new novel Agency---"How AI Will Turn Us All Into Filmmakers" by Clive Thompson---"No Treatment Protocol": Steven Soderbergh's Contagion and The Die-off Scenario"---"Along with trust, a sense of individual agency – heroic centrality in your own story, the ability to make and carry out choices of your own, the “capacity to act” – is the central offer of most Hollywood dreams, and the product sold to us by the maj...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Steven Soderbergh, William Gibson, Clive Thompson, Gibson, Pauline Kael, John Harrison, Anne Helen Petersen, Farran Smith Nehme, The Film Doctor, James Pogue, Katherine Trendacosta

LewdCrest Hero Lusted After By All Monsters & Humans

A supple maiden has sought to save the world but has been forced into a skimpy bikini in the eroge known as “LewdCrest Hero: The Townspeople and Monsters are Always Trying To FUCK Me!“, which unfortunately has her being violated on frequent occasion. The main heroine of LewdCrest Hero has been stricken with a lewd […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Fetish, RPG, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Mizugi

Kandagawa Jet Girls BD Doles Out a Few Sexy Adjustments

The first volume of the Kandagawa Jet Girls BD will appease fan urges on a number of levels as it not only fixes some sketchy-looking art but also defogs many of the bathing scenes to better accentuate the exposed nipples, erotic upgrades such as those naturally always being a welcomed addition. The greatly enhanced BD […]
Tags: Sports, Anime, Comparison, TNK, Bathing, Yuri, H, Image Gallery, BD, Kandagawa Jet Girls

VOTD: ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ Music Video with Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Yachty and Sueco the Child

Sonic the Hedgehog arrives in theaters next month, and with it comes a rap theme song from Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Yachty and Sueco the Child. If you’re getting old, most of those names don’t make any sense, but that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying the 16-bit-styled music video that takes all of those rappers and puts them into Sonic’s video game world. They don’t make music videos for movies like this very often, and even if you don’t like the song, the visuals are still fun. So check...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Wiz Khalifa, Rolling Stone, Ben Schwartz, Sonic the Hedgehog, Paramount Pictures, Sega, Video Game, Ty Dolla $ign, Video Clips, Tika Sumpter, Action/Adventure, Video Of The Day, Soundtracks, Family Films

‘Ironbark’ Review: Benedict Cumberbatch Shines in This True Life Spy Drama [Sundance 2020]

Dominic Cooke’s Ironbark is a sturdy, Dad-core period thriller destined to impress fathers everywhere. As the Cold War rages in the early 1960s, Soviet and American relations are so tense that the U.S. can’t risk sending an agent to make contact with a spy inside the Russian government. So the American and British governments team up to recruit a typical English businessman named Greville Wynne (Benedict Cumberbatch) to make contact for them, all in the hopes of preventing all-out nuclear war. ...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Drama, Features, Movie Reviews, Thriller, Moscow, Alan Turing, Christian Bale, Turing, Cia, Cumberbatch, TNT, Steven Spielberg, True Story, Bridge Of Spies

CS Scene of the Week: Holly & Ralph Meet in The Outsider

CS Scene of the Week: Holly & Ralph meet in The Outsider Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s CS Scene of the Week column where we dive into the best scenes and performances television has to offer. For our latest installment, HBO’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Outsider is in full swing, unspooling a frightening and intriguing mystery that only gets more interesting with each episode. Episode three finally introduced private investigator Holly Gibney (Cynthia Erivo) who met our favorite detective ...
Tags: TV, Cs Scene Of The Week, Hbo, Stephen King, The Outsider, TV News

Here’s how many plays a Grammy Award song would need to earn minimum wage

Noting change The way we buy music has changed a lot over the years, and never more than in the recent days of downloading and streaming. With the Grammy Awards being handed out Jan. 26, we look at how buying trends have changed in recent years. Today, millions of listeners use streaming services to get music that is advertisement-supported or subscription-based. According to Nielsen research, U.S. listeners spent an average of 32.1 hours per week listening to music from a streaming service in 2...
Tags: Spotify, Business, Music, News, Taylor Swift, Uncategorized, Infographic, Sport, Pandora, Radio, Things To Do, Soccer, Streaming, Nielsen, Riaa, Eddie

Some Pheasants

Copyright 2020 Erik Helm John Phillipson motioned to the waiter at the Fox and Hounds to pour the wine first for his guest. He had chosen the vintage carefully to accompany the lunch he was giving for his young employee Ed, who had been a key team member in the successful conclusion of a major project for his firm. Ed was a software engineer of rare talent. Slim and dark haired with thick glasses, Ed was someone one would pass on the street and not remember seeing, even if the street we...
Tags: Sport, Fox, Connecticut, Humor, Fishing, Hunting, John, Ed, Jon, Abby, Phillipson, Ed He, Short Story, Erik Helm, John The, Erik Helm John Phillipson

‘The Night House’ Review: Rebecca Hall Gets Haunted in a Scary, Cluttered Horror Pic [Sundance 2020]

Jump scares get a bad rap, primarily because filmmakers use them in cheap ways. The worst kind of jump scare – the kind that deserves scorn – are of the fake-out variety. As in: someone opens a closet door and a cat jumps out, or a completely harmless person suddenly pops into frame and the soundtrack blares for a second. These types of jump scares can hit the bricks. But there are good jump scares. These are the ones designed to startle and shake you with genuinely scary moments, not faux dist...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Features, Movie Reviews, Hall, Sundance, Rebecca-Hall, Ben Collins, Owen, Beth, Ben Lovett, Bruckner, Ce, Featured Stories Sidebar, David Bruckner, Luke Piotrowski

Ahegao Clothes Keeps Getting Banned From Anime Conventions

In a span of just a few days, several anime conventions have decried the popular ahegao clothing line, effectively banning people from wearing it at their events. Colorado Anime Fest, Anime Detour, and Anime Milwaukee have all established new rules regarding ahegao hoodies and other clothing items featuring the faces of characters from erotic manga […]
Tags: Politics, Usa, Clothing, Censorship, Events, Anime, Announcements, Manga, Bans, Ahegao, Colorado Anime Fest Anime Detour, Anime Milwaukee

Theme Park Bits: ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ Land at Universal’s Epic Universe, “Magic Happens” Sneak Peek, New Disneyland Paris Parades, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Take a look at Disneyland’s new parade. See the site plan for a How to Train Your Dragon-themed area at Universal Studios. And more! 2020 will bring with it lots of new attractions and entertainment at the Disney theme parks. Of course, Disneyland has already welcomed a brand-new E-ticket attraction in the form of Rise of the Resistance. But next month, they’re also welcoming into Anaheim a new parade, titled “Magic Happens”. Recently, the Disney Parks ...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Canada, Theme Parks, Cinderella, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Epcot, Orlando, Universal Studios, Disneyland Paris, Anaheim, Disney Parks Blog, New Disneyland Paris Parades, Speaking of Epcot, Bruno Chastain

PlayStation VR 2 Coming in 2020

A “sequel” to PlayStation’s virtual reality device has been confirmed to be coming sometime this year, with consumers of the expensive device likely expecting to dish out exorbitant amounts of cash every few years whenever the technology makes slight advances. Publisher Immersive VR Education (who has made Apollo 11 VR and Titanic VR) made note […]
Tags: Games, Technology, Playstation, Sony, Virtual Reality, Anime, Announcements, Publisher Immersive VR Education

The 22 best movies on Amazon Prime Video right now

Sorting through the Amazon Prime Video catalog can be tough, so here are the best movies available right now.
Tags: Amazon, Entertainment, Trends, Amazon Prime, Movies & TV, Best Of Everything, T2E

Monster Hunter: World Nude Mod Jiggles in the Freezing Cold

Dedicated fanciers of Monster Hunter: World have a new stimulating way to play as modders have released an erotic mod that is compatible with the Iceborne expansion, allowing players to bring their lusty females into freezing cold weather and make them frolic in the nude. Aside from stripping female characters of their clothing, the mod […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Pc Gaming, Mods, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, Monster Hunter

Marvel Cancels ‘Howard the Duck’ and ‘Tigra and Dazzler’ Animated Shows at Hulu

At the beginning of December last year, Marvel’s Tigra and Dazzler Show intended for Hulu had a shake-up behind the scenes that resulted in the firing of the showrunner and the entire writing staff of the animated series due to creative differences with Marvel. Now the show has been axed completely, and the Howard the Duck animated series that was also in the works is being thrown out the window too. The Hollywood Reporter has news on the Tigra and Dazzler Show and Howard the Duck canceled at...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Marvel, Netflix, Animation, Hulu, Patton Oswalt, Marvel Studios, Howard, Kevin Feige, Jeph Loeb, Comic Book/Superhero, Howard the Duck, Luke Cage Jessica Jones, Hit-Monkey

‘Come Away’ Review: A Delightful Origin Story of Peter Before Pan and Alice Before Wonderland [Sundance 2020]

When animation directors make the jump to directing live-action, the transition can be fraught. Just ask Andrew Stanton, whose live-action debut, John Carter, was a huge bomb for Disney several years ago. Thankfully though, Brenda Chapman, the director of Prince of Egypt and Pixar’s Oscar-winning Brave, successfully makes the leap with Come Away, a delightful fairytale that imagines what might have happened if Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland were siblings before they became the characters we ...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Disney, Features, David, Movie Reviews, Egypt, Santa Claus, Michael Caine, Peter Pan, Pixar, Jack, David Oyelowo, Wonderland, Alice, Peter

‘Zola’ Review: The Viral Twitter Thread Becomes a Gonzo Road-Trip Movie For the Internet Age [Sundance 2020]

In 2015,  A’Ziah “Zola” King launched a Twitter thread that began with a question: “Y’all wanna hear a story about why me & this bitch here fell out? It’s kind of long but full of suspense.” Thus began a 100+ Tweet thread journey that went viral and chronicled a wild and crazy 48 hours involving stripping, sex trafficking, kidnapping, violence, and attempted suicide. It was too good to be true – but it was true. Well…some of it. Zola embellished several details, but Rolling Stone reporter David...
Tags: Florida, Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Features, Movie Reviews, Las Vegas, Rolling Stone, True Story, Sundance, Paige, Riley Keough, Zola, Ce, Stefani

Sundance 2020: Espionage True Story 'Ironbark' is a Moving Thriller

Sometimes a friendship can change the world. Ironbark is a film that doesn't really fit into the Sundance Film Festival, but that doesn't really matter. It's not the typical independent, quirky, contemporary work of cinema that you'd expect to see in Park City in January. But it's still a damn good film. Perhaps even better than many of the other films playing at Sundance that aren't as taut and intriguing and moving as this one. Ironbark is based on a true story, a 60s espionage thriller the ...
Tags: Movies, Review, Park City, Ironbark, Sundance 20

This Week In Trailers: Jasper Mall, Wake Up, DAVE, Run This Town, The Pharmacist

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we go dead mall hunting, realize why some of us aren’t morning people, deconstruct a political mystery, get to know Lil Dicky a litt...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Gotham, Dave, This Week In Trailers, Movie Trailers, Olivia Wilde, Kamal, Wake Up, Lil Dicky, Run This Town, Bram, Movie Marketing, Sackler, Indie Spirit, Dave Burd

Vintage Science Fiction Month: To Marry Medusa

Vintage SF Month is hosted by the Little Red Reviewer. The objective: Read and discuss "older than I am" Science Fiction in the month of January. Theodore Sturgeon once famously opined that "ninety percent of everything is crap." It's a funny adage, but unfortunately for Sturgeon, his own bibliography proves it to be a lie. Of course, I haven't read it all, but he's batting 1.000 in my book. To Marry Medusa was originally published under the less palatable title The Cosmic Rape (there are some ...
Tags: Science Fiction, Movies, Sturgeon, Medusa, Henry, Guido, Theodore Sturgeon, Arts & Letters, Dan Gurlick, Gurlick, Mbala

Disney Developing Bambi Remake in Same CG Style as New Lion King

Disney has continued to capitalize on nostalgia as they have announced that a remake of the classic Bambi film is coming, specifically in the same photorealistic style as the recent “live action” Lion King film. Disney has recruited Robertson-Dworet (Captain Marvel) and Lindsey Beer (Chaos Walking) to handle the screenplay for the remake of the […]
Tags: Movies, Disney, International, Anime, Announcements, Retro, Remakes, Live Action, 3D CG, Lion King, Robertson Dworet

Blu-Ray Review - EDGE OF THE AXE (1988)

A mysterious axe murderer terrorises a small California town. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, California, The Movie Waffler, Blu Ray Review

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