New Trailer and Poster for Japanese Action Comedy TOKYO DRAGON CHEF

The action-comedy-musical comes to UK DVD/Digital in January. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Interview - PAINTBALL MASSACRE Star Joe Hallett

Actor/producer Joe Hallett discusses his new thriller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New Release Review [Cinema/VOD] - SONGBIRD

Amid a COVID pandemic, a courier attempts to flee a locked down Los Angeles with his girlfriend. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Vod, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Eric Hillis

Mesmerizing Paipan Goddess Not Afraid to Get Naked

Another shapely goddess is possibly addicted to the act of taking off her clothes to an audience as her erotic escapades have been captured in photo form, depicting her wearing all sorts of bras and old fashion trends that will leave men entranced. More goddesses.
Tags: Fashion, Japan, Anime, Goddesses, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, Paipan

Majo no Tabitabi Inspiring Sudden & Aggressive Arousal

Majo no Tabitabi‘s main heroine has met with another strange occurrence as random people have started randomly developing aggressive arousal, the adorable Elaina falling prey to her own beauty by way of her reflection and causing all sorts of comedic situations. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Fantasy, Anime, Witches, Yuri, Elaina, Majo, Image Gallery, Licking, C2c, Majo no Tabitabi, Tabitabi

Roblox executives have delayed its IPO to 2021 to seek a higher price, after last week's Airbnb and DoorDash IPOs soared

Alice Wilkinson adds a face mask to her character on the gaming platform Roblox at her home in Manchester, UK. Phil Noble/Reuters Games startup Roblox delayed its IPO until 2021, with the CEO reportedly telling staff in a Friday memo that executives were working to boost its initial listing price.  Roblox executives reportedly saw first-day gains from Airbnb and DoorDash as signs that it could improve its eventual listing price by holding off until 2021.  "We've seen companies take innovat...
Tags: Gaming, Games, Technology, Ipo, Trends, Investing, SEC, Airbnb, Securities And Exchange Commission, Doordash, Reuters, Roblox, David Baszucki, Ross Gerber, Kevin Shalvey, Weekend BI UK

Netflix's hit show 'The Queen's Gambit' inspired a chess surge - but now Chess.com is seeing a surge in cheating, too.

Netflix Netflix released "The Queen's Gambit," a series about a chess prodigy's rise from basement chess matches to global acclaim, in late October.  Since the show debuted, chess sets have flown off the shelves and online chess sites have seen an influx of users.  But amidst the growth in popularity, online platform Chess.com has seen another surge: cheating. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Following the release of Netflix's "The Queen's Gambit" in late October, a leg...
Tags: Entertainment, Trends, Walmart, Netflix, New York Times, Tencent, Npr, Nielsen, Wall Street Journal, Chess, Barton, The Queen's Gambit, Netflix Netflix, Tech Insider, Nick Barton, Beth Harmon

Podcast Radio to create original content

Podcast Radio has announced it will be launching its own original podcasts by UK creators alongside its existing content. The announcement was made at the RAIN Digital Britain summit on Wednesday highlighting digital success across media, agency, podcasting, audio and on-demand. Podcast Radio Original Shows – PRO-Shows – will be released across the main podcasting platforms along with being broadcast on Podcast Radio’s DAB+ channels in London, Surrey, Manchester and Glasgow. The first three U...
Tags: UK, Podcasts, Radio, Canada, Britain, Glasgow, Evergreen, Paul Robinson, Station News, Gerry Edwards, Love Island, Podcast Radio, London Surrey Manchester, Jayne Middlemiss, Anton Danyluk, Radio New Zealand Curiouscast

Use of Tropes: In Fabric

The 2018 Peter Strickland film In Fabric is an outstanding film and one that is described as a (sort of) ghost story. However, I saw elements within it that tie into vampire genre tropes. Whether this has a touch of apophenia on my part, or an unconscious element on the director’s part is almost irrelevant. Looking into this I listened through Strickland’s commentary on the Blu-Ray and whilst he mentioned some influences – notably M R James and Carnival of Souls (1962) – there was notably no es...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Capitalism, REG, James, Strickland, Blu Ray, Lundy, Sheila, Amazon UK, Mare, Babs, Soper, Peter Strickland, Energy Vampire, Renfield

George Clooney: Why we owe our domestic bliss to ... Boris Johnson

Row over Parthenon marbles deflected attention from secret courtship with wife Amal, star revealsGeorge Clooney will not be sending Boris Johnson a Christmas card, but he may send a thank-you note to No 10 – along with a comb, he told the Observer this weekend.The Hollywood film star and director has recognised he owes part of his current domestic contentment and job satisfaction to a strange run-in he had with the prime minister early in 2014, while Clooney was secretly courting his future wife...
Tags: Hollywood, Celebrity, Film, UK News, World news, Culture, Heritage, Boris Johnson, George Clooney, Parthenon marbles, British Museum, Amal Clooney, Clooney, Amal

Mizuhara Chizuru Puts on Santa Bikini for Christmas Cakes & Dakimakura

Lonely NEETs and hikikomori who intend to spend Christmas alone can at least allow a little sunshine through these special Kanojo Okarishimasu cakes, as they have the delectable Mizuhara Chizuru wearing a santa bikini on them – a special dakimakura of her will also be available for purchase. Those determined enough to brave the scary […]
Tags: Cake, Christmas, Illustration, Anime, Oppai, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Anime Goods, Mizugi, Dakimakura, Kanojo Okarishimasu, Mizuhara Chizuru, Santa Bikini

Ashanti & Keyshia Cole Verzuz Battle Postponed After Ashanti Tests Positive for COVID-19

Say it ain’t so! Tonight’s highly anticipated Verzuz battle featuring Ashanti and Keyshia Cole has been pushed back to January 2021. Hours before the scheduled event was set to take place, Ashanti took to social media to announce that she’d tested positive for COVID-19. The R&B singer and Keyshia Cole were to go hit-for-hit in the same venue, however, Ashanti’s diagnosis has obviously put a screeching halt to those plans. “Hey all, I can’t believe I’m saying this but I tested positive for COVID-...
Tags: Music, Celebs, Entertainment, Africa, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Ashanti, Keyshia Cole, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Verzuz, Keyshia Cole Verzuz, Ashanti Keyshia Cole Verzuz Battle

*UNDER THE MOONLIGHT* Photosynthesis Science Game Expansion

Science is another really easy subject to gameschool, and it doesn’t necessarily replace all scientific reading or experimenting, but games are a great way to introduce or bring some fun into a unit study about a particular subject. Photosynthesis is the perfect supplemental game for any science unit study about plants or trees or the […]
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Virtual 2020 Community Radio Awards crowns winners

The best of community support and broadcasting has been recognised at the 2020 Community Radio Awards. Like most events this year, the night was available online for community radio volunteers and staff to view in their own homes. Continuing the tradition, the event was hosted by last year’s Male gold recipient, Sam Day from Future Radio, with awards presented by a multitude of judges and sponsors. Martin Steers, awards chair, told RadioToday: “This year has not been what we expected, but com...
Tags: Top, Awards, Radio, Cambridge, Rob, Terry, Walsh, Steve Fox, Liz Mullen, Primrose, Community Radio Awards, Martin Steers, Somer Valley, Sam Day, Johnny Jenkins, Jake Hunter

‘Herself’ Trailer: A Single Mom Tries to (Literally) Build a Better Life for Her Kids

Amazon Prime Video has released a new trailer for Herself, an upcoming Irish drama about a single mother who has been dealt a bad hand in life but refuses to accept her situation lying down. After dealing with an abusive partner and being turned down for a loan by the bank, she decides to take matters into her own hands and build a house for herself and her kids (along with a little help from her friends). Clare Dunne co-wrote and stars in the film, and if you know which character she played in...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Drama, Beck, Margaret Thatcher, Meryl Streep, Victoria, Movie Trailers, Amazon Prime Video, Mamma Mia, Sandra, Richard Did, Dunne, Stark Industries, Phyllida Lloyd, Malcolm Campbell

Adam McKay’s Already Star-Studded ‘Don’t Look Up’ Adds Chris Evans, Just For Fun

Adam McKay‘s Don’t Look Up already has a huge cast of famous faces, but hey, one more can’t hurt. The latest: Chris Evans, former Captain America, and accidental dick-pic leaker, is joining Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, and more in the Netflix dark comedy about “two low-level astronomers who embark on a media tour to warn mankind of an approaching asteroid that will destroy Earth.” DiCaprio and Lawrence are apparently playing the astronomers and Streep is the President of ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Casting, America, Earth, Netflix, United States, Evans, Jonah Hill, Chris-Evans, Adam-McKay, Don, Lawrence, DiCaprio, Adam, McKay

Genshin Impact to Add New Snowy Dragonspine Area

Developer miHoYo has previewed a brand new content expansion for Genshin Impact, revealing the icy area of the Dragonspine mountains. The new 1.2 version will bring a new area in the form of the frozen mountain range known as the “Dragonspine”, new characters Chief Alchemist Albedo and the half-human, half-adeptus Cryo element female archer Ganyu. […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, China, Smartphones, Anime, Ps4, Announcements, Cryo, Gacha, Casuals, Genshin Impact

Tommy “Tiny” Lister Had COVID 4 Months Ago, Was Struggling to Breathe in Interview Days Before Death

While an official cause of death for Tommy “Tiny” Lister Jr. has yet to be revealed (as autopsy results are still pending), it’s being reported that the actor tested positive for the coronavirus four months ago and was still struggling with symptoms of the disease in the days leading up to his death. According to the Friday star’s rep, Cindy Cowan, when Tiny tested positive for COVID-19 four months ago, he had many of the common symptoms, including feeling lethargic and struggles with breathing....
Tags: Videos, Celebs, Pop Culture, Jazz, Cindy, Cowan, Tommy, Lister, Tommy "Tiny" Lister, Brandon Jay, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Cindy Cowan, Tommy Tiny Lister Jr, Tom Lister Jr, Felicia Forbes He

Tommy “Tiny” Lister, ‘Friday’ and ‘The Fifth Element’ Co-Star, Has Died at 62

Tommy “Tiny” Lister is a longtime character actor who you may not know by name, but you would undoubtedly recognize his face, commanding stature, and deep voice from his appearances in various movies and TV shows over the years. Lister is best known for his appearances in the Friday comedy franchise, the sci-fi action movie The Fifth Element, and Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight, and he was still working regularly to this day. Unfortunately, the actor has passed away at age 62 due to complic...
Tags: Death, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Cnn, Noah, Jamie Foxx, Friday, Darren Aronofsky, Hulk Hogan, Tommy, Peele, Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department, Lister, World Wrestling Federation, The-Dark-Knight, Deebo

NieR Re[in]carnation Smartphone RPG Delayed to 2021 in Japan

The NieR franchise’s upcoming smartphone endeavor, NieR Re[in]carnation, has officially been delayed from late December of this year. The Twitter message that will leave NieR fans disappointed as it announces the developer team’s 2020 intent being pushed back: The official press release from Square Enix explains that most of the content aimed to be in […]
Tags: Games, Japan, Smartphones, Anime, Announcements, Delays, RPG, Square Enix, NieR, Casuals, NieR Re[in]carnation

This Week In Trailers: The Reason I Jump, Climate of the Hunter, The Minimalists: Less is Now, Apples, My Dinner With Alan: A Sopranos Session

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 look at autism differently, revisit a television classic, literally lose our minds during a pandemic, clean house, and court a v...
Tags: Movies, Greece, This Week In Trailers, Wes Anderson, Newark, Apples, Movie Trailers, Alan, Kafka, Polaroid, Tyler Durden, Marie Kondo, Tony Soprano, Matt Zoller Seitz, Yorgos Lanthimos, Holsten

New Trailer and Artwork for Danish Thriller BREEDER

The survival horror comes to UK blu-ray and digital in February. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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How to run a multi-station special event

Here’s a guest post from Dr. Michael K. Gauthier, K6ICS. I like operating special event stations, both as an “activator” and as a chaser. I hope you find these tips useful….Dan It’s always fun to work a special event where there is more than one call sign or, the same call sign on several bands, required to receive an award. For the award seeker, this brings out the excitement of the chase.  But many times, this excitement turns to frustration and disgust when it is found that all the required...
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Weekend Post

What’s the dumbest holiday gift you’ve ever received? Mine was a Fizz-nik. And understand, I really WANTED this thing. In my dumb kid-ness I thought this was the coolest invention EVER. It... [Author: By Ken Levine]
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Kaddo Loves Tying Anime Girls up & Making Them Helpless

An artist known as Kaddo is faithful when it comes to producing highly stimulating artwork as they commonly sketch anime and video game girls tied up and in a disheartening predicament, something that surely instills a rush in more depraved individuals. The girls are often tied up, have tape over their mouths, and look as […]
Tags: Parody, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Bdsm, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Kaddo

Saimin Seishidou Breeds Both Mother & Daughter

Uncouth public breeding has become an everyday occurrence in Saimin Seishidou as the ero-anime’s fourth episode is predictably rife with it, the kendo girl of the previous release only falling further down the pit of debauchery as her equally delectable mother joins her by falling prey to the gross male protagonist’s hypnotism. Omake:
Tags: Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Hypnotism, Saimin Seishidou

Pervert Arrested for Taking Upskirts of Kantai Collection Cosplayer at Event

A devious photographer who took lewd tousatsu (non-consensual photography) of a cosplayer at a Kantai Collection event has been arrested by police after her boyfriend noticed the criminal’s deed, surely adding insult to injury. A Kantai Collection event that was taking place at Kyoto’s Maizuru Red Brick Park was selling doujinshi and cosplayers were being […]
Tags: Photography, Japan, Crime, Events, Anime, Cosplay, Kyoto, Kantai Collection, Upskirt, Panchira, Maizuru Red Brick Park

Comic for December 11, 2020

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Kotonoha of Deathly Eroge School Days Set to Become Virtual YouTuber

Overflow, developer of the legendary School Days eroge franchise, announced online that they intend to celebrate Christmas Eve by unveiling the virtual YouTuber form of abused female heroine Kotonoha, bound to have many excited to see her rather sadistic form whilst leaving others curious if a new game is coming. Overflow announced that Kotonoha’s VTuber […]
Tags: Games, Technology, Anime, Announcements, Eroge, Overflow, School Days, Virtual YouTubers, Kotonoha

7 lessons from 2020 that changed how we do business

What lessons do we as an industry take away from the events of 2020 — lessons that can help us make our businesses more resilient in the future?
Tags: Technology, Opinion, Marketing, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Columns, Lessons Learned, Resiliency, Select, Christy Murdock Edgar, Coronavirus, Stacey Ross Cohen, COVID-19

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