Night of the Living Dead! (1968)

32 Days of Halloween XIIIMovie Night #32 It’s a tradition. We’ve done it every time on Day 32–the ultimate film to watch on such a day: our thirteenth time to post Night of the Living Dead. The original. Accept no substitutes. Thanks for coming out, everyone. No doubt we’ll see you again next year for 32 Days XIV, as long as the world doesn’t completely end between now and then. You’re going to want the Criterion Blu-Ray of this one. Trust me.
Tags: Movies, Horror, Zombies, 32 Days of Halloween, George Romero, Night of the Living Dead, Criterion Blu Ray

Murder Is a Must

Murder Is a Must by Marty Wingate is the sequel to The Bodies in the Library. As with the first, the mystery is set in a library dedicated to female mystery authors, and the murder is loosely connected to a classic mystery. In this case, it’s Dorothy L. Sayers’ Murder Must Advertise. I loved the Lord Peter Wimsey mysteries, and Murder Must Advertise is one of the best, as he’s at his most whimsical in it. The dilettante peer has [...]
Tags: Comics, Mysteries, Marty Wingate, Dorothy L Sayers, Peter Wimsey

Invasion of VTuber Community Begins as Western “VTubers” Condemn the Word “Trap”

Various self-proclaimed “virtual YouTubers” from the West have been condemning the word “trap” on Twitter once again despite the fact the word has no negative connotations, with such whining about political correctness having been predicted by many ever since the debut of Hololive EN and the medium’s evolution to mainstream. It is surmised that the […]
Tags: Politics, Usa, Internet, Lgbt, Censorship, International, Anime, Fetish, Traps, Virtual YouTubers

Hanyou no Yashahime’s Moroha Achieves a Greater Level of Strength

Hanyou no Yashahime‘s main girls are still slightly hostile toward each other as they hunt down yet another problematic fiend, the episode also finally showing off Moroha powering up, which requires the use of a certain rouge. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Sunrise, Anime, Moe, Image Gallery, Inuyasha, Isekai, Yashahime

Free Comic Book Day Summer

No one cares about this any more, with everything else going on, but just for historical purposes: Back in March, I asked “what will happen to Free Comic Book Day?” At that time, they were expecting that they’d have to reschedule from May to later in the year once the pandemic was under control. As we know now, due to idiots who think “freedom!” can contradict scientific fact and a ridiculous lack of political leadership, we’re still in it. So [...]
Tags: Comics, Comic News

Enen no Shouboutai’s Nude Tamaki Always Growing in Erotic Intensity

Enen no Shouboutai fights fire with fire as its second season is persistent with its captivating fire fights, another consistent element being the rampant nudity of the accident prone Tamaki, whose exhibitionism seems to grow more alluring with every occurrence. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Fires, Anime, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, Tamaki, David Production, Enen no Shouboutai

Kimetsu no Yaiba Continues to Dominate Manga Sales Rankings

Kimetsu no Yaiba‘s manga dominance will astound lifelong One Piece admirers as the demon-slaying manga has once again dominated sales rankings, securing not only the top spot but 21 more spots below it as well. A ranking listing the top sold manga for the week of October 19th: Many doubt this significant lead over One […]
Tags: Sales, Rankings, Anime, Manga, Kimetsu no Yaiba, Kimetsu, Yaiba, Yaiba Continues to Dominate Manga Sales Rankings

Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition Allegedly Deleting Personal Files

As if the historical revisionism and censorship weren’t enough of an issue, Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition is alleged to now be deleting the personal files of users, a catastrophe that will only further destroy the reputation of the deplorable Microsoft. Age of Empires fansite ESO Community issued a message warning players of Age […]
Tags: Games, Technology, Microsoft, Strategy, History, Errors, Anime, Pc Gaming, Remastered, Age of Empires

James Bond Star Sean Connery Dead at Age 90

James Bond Star Sean Connery Dead at Age 90 It is with great sadness that ComingSoon.net must report that Sean Connery has passed away at the age of 90. According to the BBC.com, the actor, best remembered for his portrayal of James Bond, died peacefully in his sleep in the Bahamas after being, in the words of his son, Jason, “unwell for some time.” Jason said his father “had many of his family who could be in the Bahamas around him” when he died overnight in Nassau. “We are all working at u...
Tags: Movies, Russia, Bbc, James Bond, Obituary, Indiana Jones, Bahamas, Jason, Sean Connery, Nassau, Brian De Palma, Connery, Henry Jones, Jim Malone, Nancy Seltzer, James Bond Star Sean Connery Dead

Ellen Page Will Be a Serious Gamer in ‘1UP’ eSports Movie from ‘Fanboys’ Director Kyle Newman

Ellen Page has gotten pregnant in high school, pulled off a heist in someone’s dreams, walked through walls, and roughed some people up in roller derby. Now she’s heading into uncharted territory on the big screen: the world of professional video gaming. BuzzFeed is getting into the movie business with 1UP, an underdog eSports comedy that finds Ellen Page coaching a college a team of misfit women gamers who team up to take down a team of chauvinist asshole players on campus. It’s one of the mos...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Casting, Sports, Toronto, Ellen-Page, Hollywood Reporter, Kyle-Newman, Jason Moring, Vivian Lee, 1up, Paris Berelc, Hubie Halloween, Michael Philip, Julia Yorks, BuzzFeed Studios The company

The Quarantine Stream: ‘Halloween’ is Still Scary After All These Years

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: Halloween Where You Can Stream It: Shudder The Pitch: John Carpenter accidentally invents the American slasher movie by making a low-budget fright-flick where a guy in a William Shatner mask terrorizes teens. Why It’s Essential Quarantine Viewing: Look at today’s date. No one could’ve predicted that Halloween, which had a scr...
Tags: Halloween, Movies, Horror, Features, Roger Ebert, William Shatner, Michael, John Carpenter, Carpenter, Laurie, Michael Myers, Featured Stories Sidebar, Haddonfield Illinois, Laurie Strode Jamie Lee Curtis, Shudder, Debra Hill

"Our nation today mourns one of her best loved sons. Sean was born into a working class Edinburgh family..."

"... and through talent and sheer hard work, became an international film icon and one of the world's most accomplished actors. Sean will be remembered best as James Bond - the classic 007 - but his roles were many and varied. He was a global legend but, first and foremost, a patriotic and proud Scot - his towering presence at the opening of the Scottish Parliament in 1999 showed his love for the country of his birth. Sean was a lifelong advocate of an independent Scotland and those of us who sh...
Tags: Movies, Law, Scotland, Russia, Nicola Sturgeon, James Bond, Secret Service, Edinburgh, Goldfinger, Sean Connery, 1960s, Sean, Scot, Marnie, Ann Althouse, Young Althouse

Vampire Hunter D

This is another 80s anime film that I decided to revisit for this horror-filled marathon, and I’m glad I did. Sure, it drags on here and there, but it’s still a neat story (despite the traditional vampire setup, the setting is Mars) and the designs of the creatures are pretty gruesome and fun to take in (especially in that sequence where he enters the castle through an underground corridor filled with monstrosities). I think I missed that a sequel was released in 2000 (although note that t...
Tags: Travel, Film, Anime, Mars, Debaser, Movie Marathon, October 2020, Vampire Hunter D

Rena Ryuuguu Figure Innocent & Not At All Murderous

The two-faced Rena Ryuuguu has been given new life when it comes to the figurine world to celebrate the arrival of Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Gou, as the pure girl can be seen in her standard attire whilst innocently wielding her cleaver with no murderous intent whatsoever – Rena Ryuuguu can be taken home […]
Tags: Anime, Weapons, Anime Figures, Image Gallery, Higurashi, Miyuki, Naku Koro ni Gou, Rena Ryuuguu

Sean Connery, Famed James Bond Actor and Oscar Winner, Has Died at 90

For many, the quintessential image of James Bond comes from Sean Connery, the iconic actor who played the British spy across seven total films in the franchise but did so with his trademark Scottish accent. Sadly, the star of Dr. No and From Russian with Love has passed away at age 90, leaving behind a long legacy of memorable roles. In a statement from Sean Connery’s publicist Nancy Seltzer, it was confirmed that the actor died peacefully in his sleep overnight surrounding by family. James ...
Tags: Death, Movies, Scotland, Russia, Michael Bay, Robin Hood, Nicola Sturgeon, James-Bond, Edinburgh, Terry Gilliam, Barbara Broccoli, Catherine Zeta Jones, Alfred Hitchcock, Indiana Jones, Michael Crichton, Sean-Connery

This Week In Trailers: Crock of Gold, City So Real, Zappa, Couples Therapy: The COVID Special, Murder on Middle Beach

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’re off to see a different side of Chicago, wonder if Shane MacGowan’s insurance ever offered dental care, try to solve a murder ...
Tags: New York, Movies, Chicago, This Week In Trailers, Movie Trailers, Hulu, Frank Zappa, Hamburg, Steve James, Midwest, Julien Temple, Zappa, Lake Michigan, Shane MacGowan, Alex-Winter, Movie Marketing

Rance Allen, Legendary “Something About the Name Jesus” Gospel Singer, Dead at 71

Bishop Rance Allen, one of gospel music’s biggest icons, has died. He was 71 years old. While details surrounding his passing aren’t immediately available, there is speculation that his cause of death was COVID-related. Born in Monroe, Michigan before moving to Toledo, Ohio in the late 1980’s, Bishop Allen was widely revered for his unique vocal ability and was called “The Father of Contemporary Gospel Music.” He was also best known for the song “Something About the Name of Jesus,” which was wri...
Tags: Music, Celebs, Barack Obama, Pennsylvania, United States, Pop Culture, Jazz, Jesus, Michigan, Detroit, Steve, Gospel, Tom, Allen, St Louis Missouri, Monroe

Legendary Scottish Actor Sean Connery Has Passed Away at Age 90

Noooooooo not another!! The one-and-only Sean Connery has died at age 90. His family reports that he has been "unwell for some time" (via BBC), and passed away in the Bahamas with much of his family with him. The original James Bond! Indiana Jones' dad! And so many other iconic roles in so many outstanding movies - including The Man Who Would Be King, The Great Train Robbery, Murder on the Orient Express, Zardoz, Time Bandits, The Hunt for Red October, Medicine Man, The Rock, Dragonheart, Entr...
Tags: Movies, Bbc, Obituaries, Bahamas, Sean Connery, Neil, Movie News, Jason Connery, James Bond Indiana Jones, Orient Express Zardoz Time, Forrester Connery

New Release Review [Cinema/VOD] - ABOUT ENDLESSNESS

A series of vignettes observes the mundane and dramatic of life. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, World cinema, Vod, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Eric Hillis, Curzon Home Cinema

Infographic Charts the Evolution of Horror Movies

Infographic details how horror movies have evolved over the last century. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, The Movie Waffler

Weekend Post

This is a weird Halloween because of the pandemic.  Usually I go up north to take my granddaughter trick-or-treating, but I can't this year.  And she's not going out.   I'm... [Author: By Ken Levine]
Tags: Humor, Ken Levine, By Ken Levine

Artists Welcome the Horrifying Holiday of Halloween

Artists have never failed to take advantage of cherished holidays as the advent of Halloween has inspired them to sketch relevant illustrations, with familiar anime and game girls all donning Halloween costumes as imagined by said artists. The creations range from cute and normal to shamelessly erotic:
Tags: Halloween, Japan, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery

Bishop Rance Allen, Legendary “Something About the Name Jesus” Gospel Singer, Dead at 71

Bishop Rance Allen, one of gospel music’s biggest icons, has died. He was 71 years old. While details surrounding his passing aren’t immediately available, there is speculation that his cause of death was COVID-related. Born in Monroe, Michigan before moving to Toledo, Ohio in the late 1980’s, Bishop Allen was widely revered for his unique vocal ability and was called “The Father of Contemporary Gospel Music.” He was also best known for the song “Something About the Name of Jesus,” which was wri...
Tags: Music, Celebs, Barack Obama, Pennsylvania, United States, Pop Culture, Jazz, Jesus, Michigan, Detroit, Steve, Gospel, Tom, Allen, St Louis Missouri, Monroe

10/31 – review

Directors: Justin M. Seaman & Zane Hershberger Release date: 2017 Contains spoilersSo, I stumbled over this one on YouTube (the Kings of Horror channel) and as far as I knew it was just a Halloween themed horror anthology (there is a horror host but she appears at the beginning and end only). It just so happened that segment 1 contained a ‘world’ vampire type and segment 2 had a vampire (and an unusually situated one at that). They also happened to be two of the better segments. So, what are we...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Martin, Jeff, Kevin, Stephanie, Kathy, Tyler, Amazon UK, Energy Vampire, Old Hag, Hagridden, Circum Caribbean, Zane Hershberger, Hag, Justin M Seaman Zane Hershberger

RIP Sean Connery

The post RIP Sean Connery appeared first on GolfBlogger Golf Blog. Sean Connery has passed away. He was 90. For my money, Connery IS James Bond. ... Read more. The post RIP Sean Connery appeared first on GolfBlogger Golf Blog - A daily golf blog featuring golf news, golf course, equipment and book reviews, essays, golf lifestyle and musings. Proudly Made In Michigan, America's Summer Golf Capital
Tags: Movies, Sport, Golf, Sean Connery, Connery, Michigan America, James Bond Read

Sony Shows Off The PlayStation 5 Up Close in High Definition

The official Sony PlayStation Twitter account has decided to show the PlayStation 5 hardware and its accessories in high definition around 2 weeks before the console officially launches. The official Twitter message: The gallery by Sony showing the PlayStation 5, the DualSense controller, Pulse 3D headset, PlayStation 5 remote, PlayStation 5 HD camera, and the […]
Tags: Games, Technology, Playstation, Sony, Anime, Announcements, Image Gallery, PS5, Sony PlayStation Twitter

Digital radio Retail E-Learning site launched

A new digital radio Retail E-Learning site for radio and audio retailers and their staff has been created by Digital Radio UK. The site is part of its Radio’s Digital Revolution campaign to help retailers and manufacturers communicate the content offering from the UK’s radio and audio broadcasters and the range of devices for radio listening now available. Last year, Digital Radio UK conducted an audit of retail staff working in radio and audio which demonstrated that many were unaware of the...
Tags: UK, Top, Radio, Radio industry, Digital Radio, Digital Radio UK, Ford Ennals CEO Digital Radio UK, Radio 's Digital Revolution E

Sony’s Buyout of Anime Streaming Platform Crunchyroll Almost Complete

According to Nikkei Asia, Sony is in the last steps of finalizing its acquisition of popular Western anime streaming platform Crunchyroll, a move that has easily earned negative reception considering both Sony’s censorship and Crunchyroll’s objectionable decisions combined will likely devastate the Western anime community. Sony’s purchase of the streaming platform has been estimated to […]
Tags: Business, Usa, Censorship, Sony, Anime, Announcements, Crunchyroll, Nikkei Asia Sony

Comic for October 30, 2020

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Tags: Humor, Dilbert

China Parents Allegedly Lock up Children at Market So They “Won’t Get Lost”

Another potential violation of human decency has occurred in China as two children were found locked in a cage at a Chinese market, presumably so the children “would not get lost”. Believed to be two boys, the children were seen on video standing around in a cage connected to the back of an adult tricycle. […]
Tags: Crime, Children, China, International, Bizarre, Anime, Monster Parents

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