January 2021 Anime Releases from Sentai - Now Up for Pre-Order!

We've just posted Sentai's January 2021 Anime release slate for pre-order! Here's what's coming:  Black Bullet Complete Collection BLURAY - Jan 5Flying Witch Complete Collection BLURAY - Jan 5Bang Dream! Film Live BLURAY - Jan 12Girls und Panzer This Is The Real Anzio Battle BLURAY - Jan 12Blade of the Immortal Complete Collection BLURAY - Jan 19Ascendance of a Bookworm BLURAY - Jan 26Killing Bites BLURAY - Jan 26 [Author: Robert]
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John Gallagher live in 10 minutes!

October 28, 2020 2:00 PM (EDT) P&P Live! John Gallagher | CAT CRUSADER View Event Details Zoom Webinar P&P Live! John Gallagher | CAT CRUSADERWednesday, October 28, 2020 2:00 PM (EDT)Join us for a discussion with John Gallagher about the first book in his new series MAX MEOW: CAT CRUSADER. [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Downplaying COVID-19 & Drinking Bleach

On this episode of BEST PRESIDENCY EVER, we look back at when Trump suggested injecting bleach and other non-scientific ways to stop COVID, scheduled a rally in Tulsa on Juneteenth, and much much more! Is Trump “technically” committing a crime against humanity when he knowingly spreads misinformation about a disease that’s killed over one million people? Eh, probably. But will he ever get charged for that crime? LOL - nah. On this episode of BEST PRESIDENCY EVER, we review some the most ...
Tags: Humor, Funny Or Die, Trump, Tulsa, Joel Stein, Jonathan Burns, Karen Hamilton, COVID, Henry R Muñoz, Isaac Feder Co, Charlie Forsgren, Marci Rosenberg, Henry R Muñoz III Head, Dave Thomason, Jocelyn Richard, Miles Grose

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 As sort of a follow-up to yesterday, for the most part I try not to make this blog political.  Lately, of course, that hasn’t been the case.  The stakes are just too high, and quite... [Author: By Ken Levine]
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News Post: The Hour Is Nigh

Tycho: The seal has been broken, and now, the revelations:  Every two weeks - beginning Friday, October 30th and ending December 13th - there will be new product releases.  From Acquisitions Incorporated to Gabir Motors to WASD, you will discover things to 1. Shroud your mortal form, 2. Improve the ambiance and maybe even the aroma of your space, and 3. Reward players in your next campaign. (*cough* Campaign Coins *cough*) And know this!  You can expect free shipping on Orders Over $100! Wh...
Tags: Comics, Tycho, Gabir Motors, From Acquisitions Incorporated

Dokyuu Hentai HxEros BD’s Nipples Better Represent the Provocative Manga

The anime adaptation of Dokyuu Hentai HxEros has more faithfully represented the sexier manga once again as the second volume of the BD has implemented more visible nipples, exponentially elevating each episode’s raunchy activities and possibly making it watchable for connoisseurs of erotica. Those curious to see what the superb nipples of the BD look […]
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Comparison, Bathing, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, DVD Extras, Project No.9, Dokyuu Hentai HxEros, Dokyuu Hentai HxEros BD, Nipples Better Represent the Provocative Manga

‘The White Tiger’ Trailer: Ramin Bahrani, Priyanka Chopra Tackle India’s Class Struggles in Netflix’s Darkly Comic Adaptation

In 2008, Indian author Aravind Adiga published The White Tiger, a searing, darkly comic account of the underbelly of Indian society and the horrifying lengths that one man would take to break out of its rigid class structure. It was an astounding debut novel, especially coming in the same year that the notoriously sentimental Slumdog Millionaire became an awards darling by painting a fairy tale picture of that same impoverished class of people. But “don’t believe for a second there’s a million-...
Tags: Movies, Drama, India, America, Netflix, Thriller, New York Times, Oscar, Adaptation, Danny Boyle, Movie Trailers, Priyanka Chopra, Bong Joon, Ramin Bahrani, Aravind Adiga, Balram Halwai

‘In Treatment’ Revival: ‘Orange is the New Black’ Breakout Uzo Aduba Will Star as a New Therapist

Three-time Emmy winner Uzo Aduba is heading to HBO. Aduba, who played Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren on Netflix’s Orange is the New Black, will be the star of In Treatment, HBO’s therapy drama that is being resurrected after it seemingly ran its course back in 2010. Learn about her new character below. According to an HBO press release, Aduba has been hired to play Dr. Brooke Lawrence, the lead role of the therapist at the center of this new season. The show is being described as a “reimagining”...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Television, Movies, Drama, Casting, America, Los Angeles, Netflix, Sequels, Uzo Aduba, Gabriel Byrne, Byrne, New Black, Dianne Wiest, Melissa Bernstein

Superhero Bits: Bruce Campbell Auditioned for ‘The Phantom’, An Improvised Moment from Doctor Strange & More

Which pivotal moment featuring Doctor Strange in Avengers: Endgame was improvised? Want to catch up on the must-read stories of Hellboy? Think you have the extra cash to win a Black Panther comic signed by Chadwick Boseman, Stan Lee and Ryan Coogler? What kind of person does Black Adam want to play Doctor Fate? When do Titans and Young Justice it HBO Max? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Normally this would go on the third page, but this glow-in-the-dark Anti Venom figure...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Justice-League, Batman, Warner, Thor, Stan Lee, Avengers, X-men, Ryan Coogler, Doctor Strange, Hellboy, Bruce Campbell, Adam, Titans, Zack Snyder

Clinton Blows It

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Sure, Buying a PS5 to Play Bugsnax for Free Isn't Wise, but It Is Right

Finally, a rare bit of good news.
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The Black Torment! (1964)

32 Days of Halloween XIIIMovie Night #29 Period horror is the name of the game here. Sir Richard returns to his family home to introduce his new bride to his father, only to find that the countryside appears to be haunted by the ghost of his first wife (awkward) and…himself? Are these shenanigans or has Sir Richard somehow been committing crimes without his knowledge? Robert Hartford-Davis directed it, who also directed a film called Incense for the Damned. I have been in more tha...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Horror, 32 Days of Halloween, Richard, Elizabeth, Christine, Blu Ray, John Turner, Herbert Lom, Heather Sears, Robert Hartford Davis

‘His Dark Materials’ Season 2 Featurette Introduces the All-Powerful Subtle Knife

There’s never been a better time to escape to a different world, and His Dark Materials has loads of them. But things look pretty dire even in the parallel worlds that populate BBC and HBO’s epic fantasy series, which adapts Philip Pullman’s beloved trilogy of the same name. There’s a war a’brewing that spans multiple worlds, with both sides eying one all-powerful weapon with a not-so-obvious name. Learn all about the subtle knife and the expanding lore of His Dark Materials in the newly releas...
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‘Two Weeks to Live’ Trailer: Doomsday-Prepper Maisie Williams Wants Revenge (and Romance)

In Two Weeks to Live, Maisie Williams plays a young woman who has lived in seclusion for years with her doomsday-prepping mother. Now, Williams’ character has escaped and embarks on an adventure that involves revenge, romance, and lots of gunfire. The dark comedy series already aired in the UK and now it’s found a home in the US on HBO Max. Watch the trailer below. Two Weeks to Live Trailer  I haven’t seen Two Weeks to Live, so I can’t confirm this or not, but if you’re a spoiler-phobe,...
Tags: Hbo, UK, Television, Movies, US, Williams, Kim, Jay, Maisie Williams, Nicky, TV Trailer, Sian Clifford, HBO Max, Gaby Hull, Two Weeks To Live, Kim Noakes

‘The Dig’ First Look: Ralph Fiennes Looks For Treasure in Upcoming Netflix Movie

Looks like Netflix has a new prestige drama headed our way – can you dig it? I sure hope so, because it’s called The Dig, and it looks like the type of movie where everyone is dressed very well and behaves very properly. That’s not a knock, either – sometimes that sort of movie can be just what the doctor ordered. In The Dig, a widow hires an archeologist to excavate some burial mounds on her estate – and they may or may not contain treasure. I know the “burial mounds” thing makes this sound li...
Tags: Images, Movies, Netflix, Britain, David Bowie, Adaptation, Johnny Flynn, Ralph-Fiennes, Carey Mulligan, Suffolk, James, Lily James, Anglo Saxon, Ben Chaplin, Sutton Hoo, Mulligan

Review: With a Few Stumbles, 'The Craft: Legacy' is Still Quite Magical

For as long as I can remember, I have always been very interested in witches – especially on screen. I used to watch "Sabrina the Teenage Witch", "Charmed", and many other shows. Hence, it's no surprise that when I discovered The Craft, I immediately became obsessed. The film from 1996, directed by Andrew Fleming, is, without a doubt, a Halloween must-watch. Which is why I was incredibly happy to hear that Zoe Lister-Jones wrote and directed a follow-up to the events that transpired in the fir...
Tags: Movies, Review, Horror, Sabrina, Andrew Fleming, Zoe Lister Jones

Watch: Creepy Pandemic Horror Short 'Face Mask' by Huber & Allen

"Which one of these houses do you live in?" Don't forget your mask! Or else. This creepy new horror short is from filmmakers Zak White and Todd Spence, the same duo that makes lots of horror shorts all year long for Midnight Video. Face Mask is their latest creation, a social commentary horror about the pandemic and dangerous anti-mask idiots, as well as a very unsettling short with a wicked twist. When one man takes the trash out and is confronted by a neighbor one night, things get a bit t...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Short Film, Don, Allen, Huber, To Watch, Todd Spence, Zak White, Zachary Allen, Bill Parmentier, Spence White, Adam Huber Dan Allen

‘Unicorn: Warriors Eternal’, New Animated Series From Genndy Tartakovsky, Headed to HBO Max & Cartoon Network

Genndy Tartakovsky has yet another project headed our way: Unicorn: Warriors Eternal. The animated series follows “a team of ancient teen heroes as they work together to protect the world from an unforeseen omen,” and will feature “themes of the supernatural weaved with adventure,” and all of that sounds pretty great, honestly. More info on Unicorn: Warriors Eternal awaits you below, along with a poster. Print it out and hang it on your wall! Or don’t, I’m not your boss. Genndy Tartakovsky,...
Tags: Television, Movies, Animation, Cartoon Network, Unicorn, Dexter, Hotel Transylvania, Genndy Tartakovsky, Tartakovsky, Tom Ascheim, Genndy, HBO Max, HBO Max amp, Warner Bros Global, Unicorn: Warriors Eternal, HBO Max Cartoon Network

Flowery Coconut Swimsuit Figurine a Rather Pretty Kitty

Nekopara’s clumsy feline Coconut will soon populate the collections of hardcore eroge enthusiasts as the catgirl has been lovingly crafted into yet another figurine, the enchantress sure to be bought up rabidly considering she may be the most revered due to her sizable assets and fluffy personality – Coconut can join buyers at the beach […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Anime Figures, Oppai, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Kemonomimi, Mizugi, Freeing, Nekomimi, Nekopara

Competing statewide MLSs are making waves in Louisiana

Greater Southern MLS and LA State MLS are pitching themselves as better for brokers than their incumbent counterparts.
Tags: Radio, Louisiana, Select, STEVE HAYES, Nabor, MLS & Associations, Rosemary Scardina, greater southern MLS, Webb Jay, Gsrein, Gulf South Real Estate Information Network, Dawn Pfaff, La State Mls, My State MLS, Northshore Board Of Realtors, Ny State Mls

Redfin listing goes viral thanks to wild, winding 3D walkthrough

A Redfin listing in Louisville captured the imaginations of Twitter users as they tried to navigate a 3D walkthrough filled with twists, turns and surprises.
Tags: Listings, Social Media, Radio, Louisville, Redfin, Unique Homes, Select, Video Tours, 3d Tours, Going Viral On Social Media

CNN keeps 'anonymous' author as a contributor despite lying to host Anderson Cooper

CNN's Anderson Cooper and Miles Taylor. CNN Miles Taylor, the author of the bombshell opinion column published in the New York Times two years ago, will remain as a CNN contributor despite lying to one of the network's hosts about being the op-ed's creator. Taylor, the former Department of Homeland Security chief of staff, told CNN's Anderson Cooper: "I wear a mask for two things ... Halloweens and pandemics." Taylor was criticized for choosing to remain anonymous until six days before...
Tags: Politics, News, Entertainment, White House, Trends, Joe Biden, Cnn, Anonymous, Washington Dc, New York Times, Anderson Cooper, Donald Trump, Department Of Homeland Security, Taylor, Department Of Energy, Trump

A Story of Goodness in Trailer for 'The Loss Adjuster' with Luke Goss

"Sometimes you have to lose it all… to find what out what really matters." Pink Flamingo Films released the official trailer for an indie dramedy titled The Loss Adjuster, from the UK directed by Vincent Woods. Luke Goss stars as a "Hapless Insurance Loss Adjuster" who feels his life is spiraling out of control but discovers that even when you reach rock bottom, that some clouds really do have a silver lining. When his wife leaves him, he befriends strangers around the city at Christmas time...
Tags: UK, Movies, Trailer, Indies, Kym Marsh, To Watch, Luke Goss, Pink Flamingo Films, Vincent Woods Luke Goss

Daily Podcast: Assassin’s Creed TV Shows, The Conjuring 3, Jon Stewart, Y: The Last Man, The Suicide Squad

On the October 28, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and TV news, including a new suite of Assassin’s Creed TV shows, Jon Stewart ’s return to the small screen, The Conjuring 3 , Y: The Last Man , The Suicide Squad , and more. Opening Banter : Follow up from Monday’s conversation: we were talking about the status of Tomb Raider 2, whi...
Tags: Movies, Features, Netflix, Jon Stewart, Suicide Squad, James Gunn, MGM, Chris, David Ayer, Ben, Jacob, Assassin, Ben Pearson, Ben Wheatley, Jacob Hall, Hoai Tran Bui

Spotify reportedly emails managers after podcaster Joe Rogan hosts conspiracy theorist Alex Jones: 'We are not going to ban specific individuals from being guests'

Syfy/Getty Images Spotify emailed managers following Alex Jones' appearance on Joe Rogan's podcast that's hosted on the streaming service, BuzzFeed News reported Wednesday. In the internal email, Spotify exec Horacio Gutierrez said "it's important to have diverse voices and points of view on our platform" and that it wouldn't prevent podcasts from having particular guests on. Jones himself, however, was previously banned from publishing on Spotify in 2018 after repeated violations of Spot...
Tags: Facebook, Spotify, News, Media, Entertainment, Trends, Sandy Hook, Jones, Alex Jones, BuzzFeed News, Gutierrez, Joe Rogan, Rogan, Barbara Smith, Apple YouTube, Tech Insider

‘Songbird’ First Look: The Michael Bay-Produced Quarantine Thriller is About Lovers Separated by a Virus

While we’ve already seen a couple of movies that were shot and released after COVID-19 hit, the Michael Bay-produced Songbird is being billed as the first film to shoot in Los Angeles during the pandemic. The thriller stars KJ Apa (Riverdale) and Sofia Carson (Descendants), and is set a few years into a future in which the virus has not gone away, but instead is killing people at an accelerated rate. Check out the first photos from the film below. Songbird Movie Photos Entertainment Week...
Tags: Images, Movies, Michael-Bay, Los Angeles, Thriller, Songbird, Romeo, Nico, Stx Entertainment, Sara, APA, Carson, Demi Moore, Peter Stormare, KJ Apa, Adam Mason

Ani-Gamers Podcast #147 – Happy Hells-oween

To celebrate the spooky season, Evan and our editor Patrick Sutton review the 2008 action-comedy anime film Hells , which has some incredible design and animation work but a whole lot of story issues! Plus news about Anime NYC's virtual event and opinions on the Fall 2020 anime season and video games from the distant past of 2001. Topics include: hypebeast anime cons, rapping idol boys, and Wife Guy Adam. Thank you to Patrick Sutton for editing this episode. Runtime:  1 hour, 21 minutes ...
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Sotheby’s Realty CEO Philip White talks about his bet on virtual reality

industry veteran Philip White explains how his brokerage's investment in virtual reality paid off during the pandemic.
Tags: Interviews, Radio, Luxury Real Estate, Philip White, Select, Sotheby's International Realty, Luxury Buyers, Luxury Sellers, Coronavirus, Luxury Month, Theme-month-202010, Shifting Markets, Sotheby 's Realty

Arc System Works Begs for Forgiveness Over “Offensive Yellow Square”

Puritans residing on Twitter have potentially revealed that the platform is truly the most irrational and childish in existence as Arc System Works was forced to delete an “offensive tweet” that referenced Cyberpunk2077’s recent delay, which only contained a yellow square and a short sentence. Arc System Works’ Twitter account groveled on its hands and […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Internet, Censorship, Cyberpunk, Anime, Delays, Arc System Works

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