Troy Allen talks to an Argentine cartoonist

  Interview: Salvador Sanz Bares His Soul in 'Angela Della Morte' [Argentina]. Interview by Troy-Jeffrey Allen Nov 27, 2020 https://previewsworld.com/Article/247679-Interview-Salvador-Sanz-Bares-His-Soul-in-Angela-Della-Morte [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Lewd Pinball Game GeikoBall Shooting Balls Into Holes

Individuals bored by the ball-slinging concept of pinball might perhaps see the classic in a new light courtesy of GeikoBall, a perverted take on the game that has players shooting balls at the body of a scantily clad girl. Rather simplistic in design and devoid of a plot or story, GeikoBall merely entertains players by […]
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It Took A While

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Musclebound Celebrity Terry Crews Streams Danganronpa

In a turn of events that some would label as natural for the roller coaster year of 2020, denizens on social media were astounded by musclebound celebrity Terry Crew streaming over-the-top mystery visual novel Danganronpa. Terry Crews, likely best known for his acting and football careers and for appearing in memorable Old Spice commercials, played […]
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Bunny Girl Chris Ero-Figure Waits for It on Her Knees

Artist DSmile has now gotten a chance to increase their notoriety as a figurine based on their original illustration is coming, specifically of the delectable bunny girl Chris, who can be seen crawling around on her knees – buyers can elevate her allure by stripping her nude when she arrives in July. Bunny Girl Chris […]
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Matt Reeves and ‘Paranormal Activity’ Producer Team for 1940s Horror Movie ‘Switchboard’

Director Matt Reeves (above) is currently hard at work on the latest iteration of The Dark Knight with the forthcoming movie The Batman. Unfortunately, we’ll be waiting until 2022 before we get to see it, but in the meantime, Reeves is dipping his toes back into horror by producing a new movie called Switchboard with Paranormal Activity producer Steven Schneider. What’s the movie about? Find out below. The Hollywood Reporter has news on the Switchboard horror movie in the works, though it doe...
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Monday, Dec. 7 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for Dec. 7, 2020: Filming in New York TV Series: Only Murders in the Building Location: West End Ave. and 100th St., New York TV Series: Community Service Location: Bleecker St and 7th Ave., New York Credit: @sacredhands TV Series: City on a Hill Location: Washington St. and […] The post Monday, Dec. 7 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Atelier Ryza 2’s Pretty Pantsu Wonderfully Invigorating

Atelier Ryza 2 embraces the concept of beautiful women as the sequel is rife with ravishing females for players to longingly stare at, though, more adventurous individuals have taken their passion a step further and tried to find ways to ogle their undercarriages. Through manipulation of the camera or by deftly investigating cutscenes (or even […]
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Lucasfilm 50th Anniversary Celebration Will Include Shiny New Stuff to Spend Your Galactic Credits On

Come 2021, Lucasfilm will have been around for 50 years! That’s a big deal, because Lucasfilm is a big deal. It’s changed the face of the cinematic landscape as we know it, and that’s definitely something worth honoring. But instead of talking about Lucasfilm’s major achievements, the announcement about the Lucasfilm 50th anniversary celebration is all about…toys. And other consumer products. So start saving up those galactic credits. Let’s talk about Lucasfilm. Founded in 1971 by George Luc...
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‘Lord of the Rings’ Cast Members Are Trying to Turn J.R.R. Tolkien’s House into a Literary Center

“ Even the smallest person can change the course of the future.” You can can be one of those people who makes a difference by helping some of The Lord of the Rings cast members in their efforts to keep the house of J.R.R. Tolkien from being put on the market. Lord of the Rings stars Ian McKellen and John Rhys-Davies are teaming up with The Hobbit trilogy star Martin Freeman, Annie Lennox, singer of “Into the West” from Return of the King, and author Julia Golding to support a crowdfunding c...
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"For over a century, film was at its core a theatrical art form: While it’s true that movies could be watched on TV, the primary cinematic experience was immersive viewing in a theater surrounded by strangers."

"Now there is a push to make the movie theater merely one platform among others, offering an experience deemed no more meaningful than watching the same feature-length visual narratives on a home entertainment system, a laptop, or even a cell phone."  Writes Jeet Heer in "Movie Theaters Aren’t Dying—They’re Being Murdered/The Covid-19 pandemic is providing a perfect cover for media giants bent on replacing theatrical moviegoing with streaming at home" (The Nation). As media giants like Netflix...
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ICQ Podcast Episode 339 – Tiny Spectrum Analyser – Any Good?

For episode #339, I joined  Martin M1MRB, Leslie G0CIB, and Edmund M0MNG to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. We discussed the following stories: Pella Amateur Radio Club APRS Balloon Spans the Globe Arecibo Dish to be Decommissioned National Amateur Radio Day resolution Introduced into Congress Radio Communications Regulations (General User Radio Licence for Short Range Devices) Notice 2020 in force 144Mhz TEP Openings Sunspot Cycle 25 to Set Records? ...
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Japanese Gaming Peripheral Company Offering Chiropractic Aid to Gamers

Japanese gaming peripheral company Bauhutte has teamed up with Naruo Pitto’s clinic in Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture to offer chiropractic services to “overworked” gamers. The clinic offers fans of intense gaming several aptly named courses, which include the Headshot Course focused on the neck and shoulders, the Aim Course for those with strained arms, hands, and […]
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New Sub-Category on RodolfoGrimaldi.com: Korean Cinema

The Korean cinema is a wanting chapter here on my blog. It seems that the highest-grossing domestic films in South Korea have little to do with the best Korean movies per se. Fortunately Parasite (2019) dragged international viewers to Korean cinema, but again, it seems that only pure money-making investments are sold on foreign markets. […] The post New Sub-Category on RodolfoGrimaldi.com: Korean Cinema appeared first on Rodolfo Grimaldi Blog.
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Jason Bateman, Chimp Attack Survivor, Hosts a Festive and Funny ‘Saturday Night Live’

Jason Bateman returned to host Saturday Night Live for the first time in 15 years, and even though the official Christmas episode doesn’t happen for a couple more weeks, if there were a couple more holiday-themed sketches, this could have been it. But even so, there are some very funny and festive sketches, and even a hilarious sketch featuring musical guest Morgan Wallen making fun of his irresponsibility ruining his initial scheduled appearance on SNL. So let’s get into the best and worst ske...
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Full Trailer for Kick Ass 'Girls Can't Surf' Documentary from Australia

"That's where we had to take a stand." Madman Films in Australia has debuted the first official trailer for Girls Can't Surf (also known as The Side Show), a fantastic surfing documentary from filmmaker / surfer Christopher Nelius (Storm Surfers 3D). It's the 1980s and the world of professional surfing is a circus of fluro colours, peroxide hair and radical male egos. Girls Can't Surf follows the journey of a band of renegade surfer girls who took on the male-dominated professional surfing w...
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Cover Story: The Future of Mortgage Visibility Is in Your Hands

Editor’s Note: This is the cover story in the December 2020 issue of RISMedia’s Real Estate magazine. Subscribe today. Rocket Pro Insight Is Changing the Game and Helping Real Estate Agents Enhance Their Business Empowering real estate agents like never before, Rocket Mortgage® introduced Rocket ProSM Insight this past October to great fanfare. Providing unprecedented visibility into the mortgage process, ensuring a world-class experience for both the homebuyer and their agent, the new product ...
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Register for Free: Brian Buffini’s 2021 Real Estate Market Outlook

Brian Buffini, founder and chairman of Buffini & Company, presents his Bold Predictions to unveil the 2021 market trends you can bet on. Joined by National Association of REALTORS® Chief Economist Dr. Lawrence Yun, Buffini cuts through the noise and shares what you need to know and do to build a profitable business that lasts. Get locked and loaded for 2021! Register for this free broadcast and tune in on Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2020 at 9 a.m. PST or 12 p.m. EST! The online broadcast, “2021 Real Estate...
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The 2021 Emmys Add an Award for Stunt Performers, Change Nomination Rules for TV Movies, Anthology Series & More

After the 2020 Emmys ceremony went virtual this year due to COVID-19, the impact of the coronavirus pandemic will still be felt when the 2021 Emmys come around next fall. The Television Academy has instituted some rule changes for next year’s awards, and along with some standard housekeeping and restructuring, they’ve changed the rules for consideration for TV movies since so many movies intended for theaters ended up being released on television instead. Plus, they’ve also added a category for...
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Second Trailer for 'La Leyenda Negra' Film from Patricia Vidal Delgado

"You seriously haven't noticed the way she looks at you?" HBO Latino has revealed a new official trailer for an indie drama titled La Leyenda Negra, which first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. It's now available to watch streaming on HBO. Made by Portuguese filmmaker Patricia Vidal Delgado, her feature debut, the film received a Special Mention at the Festival Mix Milano this year as well. Set in Compton, a soon-to-be undocumented teenager named Aleteia fights for ...
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New to Amazon Prime Video - INFERNO

Tom Hanks returns to the role of Dan Brown's hero Robert Langdon. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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It's Buffalo Bill Cody on horseback....

  I'm reading about him this morning.  Here's something he said about his wife: "I often feel sorry for her. She is a strange woman but I don't mind her—remember she is my wife—and let it go at that. If she gets cranky, just laugh at it, she can't help it." He tried to divorce her after almost 40 years of marriage. He said that when he was away and she was at their ranch [in North Platte, Nebraska], she would "feed the men too much and talk violently about Cody and his alleged sweethearts ....
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New Release Review [Apple TV+] - WOLFWALKERS

A young apprentice hunter and her father journey to Ireland to help wipe out the last wolf pack. But everything changes when she meets a free-spirited girl from a tribe rumoured to transform into wolves by night. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New Release Review [DVD/Digital] - CHRONICAL: 2067

A young man travels forward in time in an attempt to find a solution to Earth's rapidly depleting supply of oxygen. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New to Netflix - THE FRONT RUNNER

The story of Democratic candidate Gary Hart's doomed 1988 Presidential campaign. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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SF Book Review – Part 35: Network Effect and Moar

Between Halloween Season’s Readings and a bunch of non-fiction, I’ve been slacking a little on my SF reading. I’ve definitely not kept up writing about it, but that’s what we’re here for now. Let’s get to it… Network Effect by Martha Wells – The Muderbot Diaries series of novellas are great, and author Martha Wells has now made the leap to novel-sized tales. Murderbot is just minding her own business, catching up on her favorite television shows, when her human associates are attacked and...
Tags: Science Fiction, Movies, Christian, Sawyer, Wells, Timothy Zahn, Zahn, Brust, Egan, MOAR, Robert J Sawyer, Thrawn, Greg Egan, Hugos, Martha Wells, Steven Brust

Twitch Removes “Blind Playthrough” Tag for Perceived Ableist Connotations

Streaming platform Twitch has now removed the “Blind Playthrough” tag for its streamers after it was spontaneously labeled “ableist” by a handful of outrage cultists, a move that will hardly seem surprising for a platform that selected a “deer woman” for their so-called safety council. Previously, the “Blind Playthrough” tag was used for first-time playthroughs […]
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Pamela Tiffin helps Paul Newman eat a sandwich.

  They don't make them like that anymore. Goodbye to the 60s starlet Pamela Tiffin — "Pamela Tiffin, model, actress and 1960s movie ingénue, dies at 78" (WaPo). Here's my old post where I wrote about her in the 60s beach pic "For Those Who Think Young." [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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The 10 best video games of 2020, according to critics

"Animal Crossing: New Horizons" Nintendo In 2020, with millions of people observing stay-at-home orders amidst an ongoing pandemic, video games were bigger than ever. The year started big in March with the wildly popular "Animal Crossing" game for Nintendo's Switch, and ended equally big with the launch of the next-gen Xbox and PlayStation consoles. These are the 10 best games of 2020, according to review scores averaged by Metacritic. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Wh...
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The top 9 shows on Netflix this week, from 'Alien Worlds' to 'Virgin River'

"Virgin River" Netflix After finally topping "The Queen's Gambit" last week as the most popular series on Netflix, "The Crown" was dethroned by "Virgin River" this week.  Netflix introduced daily top lists of the most popular titles on the streaming service in February. Streaming search engine Reelgood keeps track of the lists and provides Business Insider with a rundown of the week's most popular TV shows on Netflix. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. "The Crown" finally ...
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