The Marathon Will Be Televised

While the Six Weeks of Halloween marathon is mostly about watching horror movies, it’s also nice to dip our toes into the realms of television from time to time. I suspect the whole “Golden Age of Television” thing has passed, but there is truly an astounding amount of great television to catch up with. Even for horror nerds, which is a little surprising. Every year, I watch some horror television shows just to switch things up, and this year I’m finally catching up with a few programs that have...
Tags: Television, Movies, Netflix, Bruce Campbell, Flanagan, Raimi, Hill House, Mike Flanagan, 6 Weeks of Halloween

24 Questions That Won’t Be Asked At Tonight’s Vice Presidential Debate

... but could you imagine how fun it’d be if these questions were asked!? There are a lot of questions that will be asked tonight’s vice presidential debate, but there’s also a lot of questions that won’t be asked. As a form of self-care and escapism, lets focus and fantasize on what we can’t ask, but would be really funny to ask. 1. Vice President Pence, do you think that pooping is kind of gay? Your browser does not support HTML5 video. 2. Senator Harris, if you got COVID, ...
Tags: Joe Biden, South Dakota, Humor, Jesus, Hamilton, Joe, HARRIS, Pence, Dakota, Niles, Ben Rosen, Tamara Yajia, Tamara YajiaGrace ThomasBen RosenFunny Or Die, Little Mikey, Harris Frasier, Tamara Yajia Grace Thomas

*SCRABBLE* Classic Word Game

Age: 10+ (Box says 10+)  Players: 2-4 Playing Time: 90 minutes Category: Words Gameschool Area: Language Arts Price: $17 Publisher: Winning Moves Games Well, it doesn’t get more classic fabulous than Scrabble, and even though it’s a game that’s been around forever, it’s one of THE BEST word games there is. It’s been around forever […]
Tags: Reviews, Crafts, Games, Uncategorized, Homeschool, Gameschooling

Happy Comics #21 - Frank Frazetta art

Happy Comics #21 Happy Comics v1 #21, 1947 - Three Frank Frazetta works benefit this issue, all illustrations for single page text stories. Both "High Flying Squirrel" and "Friendly Spider" are drawn straightforwardly with few additional details. A third story, "Sharpy the Salmon", displays a tad less enthusiasm and effort. Other artists in this golden age humor comic include Al Hubbard and [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Frank Frazetta, Ted Ignacio, Happy Comics, Al Hubbard, Happy Comics 21 Happy Comics, Sharpy the Salmon

Marry the Gorgeous Unchou Kanu in Ikkitousen: Extra Burst

Ikkitousen: Extra Burst has given more incentive for smartphone addicts to keep playing as the second half of the wedding-themed event has offered up more bridal versions of existing females, a wholesome addition that will instill lust in players regardless. The event, Hanayome Taiken! Bridal Festival, has commenced the second part of its Junpaku no […]
Tags: Games, Smartphones, Illustration, Wedding, Anime, RPG, Oppai, PV, Gacha, Ikkitousen, Casuals, Unchou Kanu

The Face at the Window! (1939)

32 Days of Halloween XIIIMovie Night #8 A face appears at a window–and there’s a murder! And not just one either, but an entire series of them! And an innocent man has been accused of being the Wolf Man thing whatever that’s doing the dirty deeds. He must find the true culprit and clear his name before they lock him away for good! Don’t you hate it when you have days like those. Tod Slaughter plays our protagonist (though with that name, you’re not surprised that he played Sweene...
Tags: Movies, Horror, 32 Days of Halloween, Don, Sweeney Todd, Tod Slaughter

‘Godzilla Singular Point’: A New Godzilla Anime is Coming to Netflix

Another day, another Godzilla anime on Netflix. But wait, before you get down on your haunches and give into your kaiju fatigue again, the latest Godzilla anime, titled Godzilla Singular Point, has a few intriguing things going for it. First, it will be directed by Atsushi Takahashi, a well-established anime director who helmed Doraemon the Movie 2017: Great Adventure in the Antarctic Kachi Kochi. But most exciting of all, it will unite beloved anime studios Bones (the company behind iconic ani...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Netflix, Anime, Godzilla, Takahashi, Action/Adventure, Hero Academia, Antarctic Kachi Kochi, Jump Square, Kazue Kato, Atsushi Takahashi, Toh Enjoe, Kan Sawada, Eiji Yamamori, Godzilla Singular Point

All the Superb Pantsu Shots Return in Strike Witches Road to Berlin

The World Witches franchise has continued its endless assault against the alien menace of the Neuroi as Strike Witches Road to Berlin has officially debuted, resuming the journey of the Strike Witches as the girls answer the call to war once more and shove their undercarriages in the faces of viewers in the process. Omake:
Tags: Drama, Berlin, Anime, Witches, Moe, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Kemonomimi, David Production, Continuations, Strike Witches, World Witches, Neuroi


what about alien ghosts though
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Allison Williams Will Build ‘M3GAN’ in Blumhouse’s New Thriller with an Artificially Intelligent Doll

Artificial intelligence is one of the latest crazes in horror, and Blumhouse is activating a new tech thriller at Universal that will turn state-of-the art technology into a deadly threat. M3GAN will star Allison Williams (Get Out, Girls) as a brilliant roboticist at a toy company who is developing the titular life-like doll with artificial intelligence that can be programmed to be “a kid’s greatest companion and a parent’s greatest ally.” But when she decides to activate M3GAN to help out when...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Amazon Prime, Thriller, Allison Williams, Jason Blum, Blumhouse, James Wan, Gerard Johnstone, Gerard Johnstone Housebound, Ryan Turek, Michael Clear, Akela Cooper, M3gan, Judson Scott

Superhero Bits: ‘The Flash’ Rumors, New York Comic-Con Guide’, ‘The Boys’ NSFW Material & More

Do you want to see even more adult-oriented footage from The Boys? Did you hear the sixth and final season of Lucifer is now in production? Need a guide on how to get the most out of the virtual New York Comic-Con? Want to see some incredible life-size busts of Harley Quinn and The Joker? Will Gal Gadot appear as Wonder Woman in The Flash? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Comic Book Resources breaks down some of the differences between the Lucifer TV show and the comic ...
Tags: Comic Book/Superhero, Superhero Bits, Batgirl, Batman, Batwoman, Captain Marvel, Captain-America, Gotham Knights, Green-Lantern, Harley Quinn, Hulk, Joker, Lucifer, M.O.D.O.K, Nightwing, Shazam

An explosive new documentary details how Jared Kushner's coronavirus task force consisted mainly of 20-something volunteers buying PPE with personal email accounts

White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and counselor Kellyanne Conway listen as President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting about the coronavirus response in the Oval Office on April 30, 2020. AP Photo/Evan Vucci For several weeks in March and April, Max Kennedy, Jr., then 26, served on Jared Kushner's White House COVID-19 Supply-Chain Task Force. Kennedy, who is Robert F. Kennedy's grandson, quit the task force in April. Soon after, he wrote an anonymous whistleblower complaint to Co...
Tags: Health, Politics, New York, Science, Movies, Entertainment, Congress, Documentary, Washington, White House, China, US, Trends, Fema, Silicon Valley, Fox News

‘She Will Rise’ Casts Elisabeth Moss as Controversial Congresswoman Katie Hill for Blumhouse TV

Plenty of political scandals have been turned into features films and TV shows, but the complicated rise and fall of former Congresswoman Katie Hill is one of the more unique stories to come out of Washington DC in recent memory, and soon it will become a streaming movie from Blumhouse TV. Katie Hill, the former representative of California’s 25th Congressional District, resigned from her position a year ago after allegations surfaced of inappropriate sexual relationships with staffers in her o...
Tags: Movies, Drama, California, Washington Dc, Jason, Elisabeth Moss, True Story, Michael, Political, Moss, Hill, Lindsey, Katie, Blumhouse, House Ethics Committee, Michael Seitzman

‘The 355’ Teaser Explains the Meaning Behind That Mysterious Title

When you’ve got Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong’o, Penélope Cruz, Diane Kruger, and Bingbing Fan leading a movie about lady spies, do you even need a title? Well, yes, and in the case of the vaguely titled The 355, it turns out you need an explanation for that title, too. Just a day after Universal released the buzzy first trailer for the action blockbuster which teams up a group of female international spies, the studio has dropped a new The 355 teaser which gives us a little history behind the...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Movies, Nbc, Washington, Morocco, Paris, Shanghai, Universal, Cia, Movie Trailers, Penélope Cruz, Cruz, Lupita Nyong'o, Mason, Chastain, Edgar Ramirez

‘The Social Network’ Sequel: Aaron Sorkin Still Wants to Write It, on One Condition

The Social Network is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, and a lot has changed in the world – and the world of Facebook – since the film’s release. Since then, the social media giant has only gotten worse, becoming a kind of petri dish for insane conspiracy theories and election meddling that has significantly weakened American democracy. And Mark Zuckerberg, portrayed by Jesse Eisenberg as kind of a harmless jerk in the movie, has only grown more reviled for his actions, and inactions...
Tags: Sequels, Aaron-Sorkin, David-Fincher, Scott-Rudin, The Social Network

Project Sekai: Colorful Stage! Devoid of Any & All Pantsu

A game containing Hatsune Miku and some of her other Vocaloid cohorts has been done dirty as Project Sekai: Colorful Stage! feat. Hatsune Miku has denied players the ability to ogle all the girls’ pantsu. The title is a result of a collaboration between Sega, Craft Egg, Colorful Palette, and Crypton Future Media and is […]
Tags: Games, Music, Censorship, Smartphones, Anime, Sega, Music Games, Hatsune Miku, Pantsu, Vocaloid, Casuals

Are incentives the key to navigating a softening seller’s market?

Agents in California and New York share how they're dealing with softening seller's markets and if buyer's incentives are worth the potential trouble.
Tags: New York, California, New York City, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Radio, Agent, Conflict Of Interest, Select, RESPA, Courtney Poulos, Coronavirus, Tim Collom, Buyers Incentives, Emily Beaven

‘Passenger List’ Podcast Being Turned Into a TV Series, but Podcast Star Kelly Marie Tran Won’t Be Involved

Passenger List, a podcast that features Kelly Marie Tran, is headed to TV. It doesn’t sound like Tran is going to appear on the show, however – but the podcast will be back for a second season as well, with the Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker actress returning as “Kaitlin Le, a college student whose twin brother vanished with Atlantic Flight 702 along with 256 passengers on board. Suspicious of the official version of events, Kaitlin pursues her own reality-bending...
Tags: New York, London, Television, Movies, Atlantic, Hulu, Skywalker, Tran, Kaitlin, Patti LuPone, Radiotopia, Mystery/Suspense, Warner Bros Television, Kelly Marie Tran, Marie Tran, Weimaraner Republic Pictures

Sandra Oh To Lead Sam Raimi-Produced Horror Umma

Sandra Oh to lead Sam Raimi-produced horror Umma While simultaneously busy prepping to get cameras rolling on the highly-anticipated Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Sam Raimi’s producing streak isn’t slowing down soon as the upcoming horror pic Umma has found its lead in Golden Globe winner Sandra Oh (Killing Eve), according to Deadline. RELATED: Sam Raimi Enlists Lee Cronin to Direct the Next Evil Dead Film PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = ...
Tags: Movies, Dermot Mulroney, Queens, Korea, Sony, Michelle Yeoh, Chadwick Boseman, Roland Emmerich, Amanda, Sandra, UMMA, Sam Raimi, Nora, Shim, Starlight, ComingSoon

Watch: Neo-Noir Sci-Fi Thriller Short Film 'Droid' by Daniel Mattei

"Does it think like you, or does it think it's you?" This is another fantastic example of no-budget, homemade filmmaking and how much anyone can pull off with almost nothing to work with (besides an idea / script). Droid is a new sci-fi thriller 5-minute short made by filmmaker Daniel Mattei - we previously featured his excellent horror short 404 a few years ago. Droid was made entirely in quarantine by Mattei during the pandemic summer. The tone is neo-noir, in the style of films like Blade...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Short Film, To Watch, Mattei, Daniel Schwab, Daniel Mattei, Daniel Mattei Grace Mattei

Bottleneck Gallery Reveals Jaws Lenticular Movie Poster & Art Print

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Bottleneck Gallery reveals Jaws lenticular movie poster & art print Iconic art distributor Bottleneck Gallery and Vice-Press have unveiled another exciting new print in the form of lenticular poster styles of the movie poster and art of Roger Kastel’s iconic work on Steven Spielberg’s Jaws. The posters can be viewed in the gallery below! RELATED: Bottleneck Gallery Unveils Phantom of the Opera & Frankenstein Art! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptS...
Tags: Movies, Steven Spielberg, Bruce, Roger, ComingSoon, Bottleneck Gallery, Roger Kastel, Bottleneck Gallery Vice Press

‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘The Hobbit’ 4K Box Sets Are on the Way

Finally, the journey is at an end: The Lord of the Rings trilogy is getting a 4K box set. Uh, oh yes…there’s also going to be a Hobbit 4K box set, but it’s okay, you’re among friends here – you can admit you don’t care about that. Peter Jackson‘s epic journey through Middle-earth remains a major cinematic achievement, and fans (like me) have been wondering when we’d be blessed with 4K releases. While an official announcement from Warner Bros. has yet to arrive, links to pre-order the upcoming r...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Warner Bros, Peter-Jackson, Sean Astin, Home Video, DVD/Blu-Ray, Astin, The-Lord-of-the-Rings, The-Hobbit, Samwise Gamgee

Live Action Resident Evil Movie Franchise Receiving Reboot

Constantin Film has revealed via Deadline that a new Resident Evil live action movie is in production, taking the series back to its origins with the Spencer Mansion and Raccoon City in 1998, though skeptics are no doubt already wondering how exactly they’ll manage to mess everything up. The film’s writer-director Johannes Roberts said he […]
Tags: Games, Movies, Horror, Zombies, Anime, Announcements, Live Action, Adaptations, Johannes Roberts, Constantin Film, Resident Evil, Raccoon City, Spencer Mansion

Digital marketer Ylopo and CRM Chime spark strategic partnership

Ylopo partners with CRM providers to help users nurture and convert campaign leads. The company's co-founder called Chime one of its many "best-in-class" partners.
Tags: Technology, Marketing, Radio, Facebook Ads, Partnerships, CRM, Lead Generation, Video Marketing, Industry News, Digital Marketing, Mike McGowan, Chime, Select, News Brief, Lead Nurture, Ylopo

‘Sex and the City’ star Kim Cattrall lists Hamptons home for $3.25M

Kim Cattrall, who played Samantha Jones in the HBO hit series "Sex and the City" bought the waterfront property in 1998 for $420,000.
Tags: Hbo, Listings, Lifestyle, Radio, Luxury, Hamptons, Sex And The City, Kim Cattrall, EAST HAMPTON, Samantha Jones, Luxury Listings, Sotheby's International Realty, Luxury Lens, Rebekah Baker

NYFF 2020 Review: Religious Brutality and Stagnation in 'Beginning'

The first shot of Georgian filmmaker Dea Kulumbegashvili's debut feature Beginning settles into the back of a small chapel. Patrons waft in and sit on either side of the aisle, with men taking up the majority of the right side, and women and children on the left of the frame. The pastor, or church leader, begins talking about Abraham's sacrifice of Isaac, and the sacrifices we all must make in reverence to God. The back door opens and an unseen person throws in a Molotov cocktail of sorts, lig...
Tags: Movies, Review, Abraham, Isaac, NYFF, Dea Kulumbegashvili

10 Jedi Facilities That Survived Star Wars' Order 66

Order 66 may have massacred most of the Jedi, but it wasn’t just people that survived Palpatine’s purge. The Jedi existed for eons before the twilight of the Republic, building grand temples of their Order teeming with knowledge and insight that outlived much of the Sith’s wrath, providing hope to new generations of…Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Books, Comics, Science, Superlist, Video Games, Disney, Animation, Explainer, Lucasfilm, Star Wars Rebels, The Force, Palpatine, Jedi, Star Wars The Clone Wars, Star Wars The Last Jedi

Apple Arcade violates the same App Store policies that are keeping Xbox Game Pass and Google Stadia off of iOS, says former App Store leader

Apple CEO Tim Cook. AP Apple's iPhone and iPad App Store doesn't allow subscription-based gaming services like Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass and Google's Stadia.  The reason, according to former Apple App Store director Phil Shoemaker, is because "apps that compete against Apple’s services have a track record of problems getting through the App Store’s review process," a new House antitrust report said.  Shoemaker pointed to Apple Arcade, Apple's subscription-based gaming service, as a primar...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Google, Ipad, Gaming, Spotify, Microsoft, Video Games, Entertainment, Trends, Netflix, United States, House, Tim Cook, App Store

‘The Haunting of Bly Manor’ House is Now on Zillow

In the market for something spooky? Netflix has you covered – because they went ahead and put Bly Manor, from the impending The Haunting of Bly Manor, up on real estate database company Zillow. To be fair, you can’t actually buy the house, but this is a neat little bit of marketing that gives you a glimpse of the sprawling manor that takes center stage in the highly-anticipated horror series. The Haunting of Bly Manor hits Netflix this week, and while it’s not as good as The Haunting of Hill...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Netflix, House, Zillow, Hill House, Victoria Pedretti, The Haunting of Bly Manor, Bly Manor, Henry Wingrave Henry Thomas, Amelie Bea Smith Benjamin Evan Ainsworth, Owen Rahul Kohli, Jamie Amelia Eve, Mrs Grose T'Nia Miller, Wingrave

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