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League of Legends Studio Riot Games Developing an MMO

An employee of Riot Games (who are well-known for creating the revered League of Legends) has divulged that the studio is now developing an MMO based in the League of Legends universe, sure to have MMORPG fanatics addicted to skinner boxers, repetitive gameplay, and mindless grinding drooling at the mouth. The tweet issued by former […]
Tags: MOBA, Games, Anime, Announcements, League Of Legends, MMORPG, Riot Games, Adaptations


Vulgarization

no one is allowed in the horny vault unsupervised
Tags: Comics


HamPi and GNURadio

Ham Pi is a distribution for the Raspberry Pi produced by Dave Slotter, W3DJS.  It’s notable because it includes more than 100 ham radio apps, including  apps for running digital modes, antenna modeling apps, logging app, Morse Code apps, and software-defined radio apps. It’s the SDR apps that I’m most interested in. Shortly after I installed HamPi, I purchased an RTL-SDR dongle from Amazon.  I plugged it into the RPi and shortly after I was receiving FM broadcast stations with gqrx, an open-s...
Tags: Amazon, Computers, Software, Radio, Hampi, DMR, GNU Radio, Software-Defined Radio (SDR, Ham Pi, Dave Slotter


Mika Kuramoto Life-Sized Oppai Mouse Pad Inspiring Lust

College goddess Mika Kuramoto of erotic doujinshi Faithful and Unfaithful (penned by Urasuji Samurai) has started taking up some rather naughty work to pay off her education as the woman’s breasts have been put front and center on this oppai mouse pad, the seductive item will be available in February next year, where buyers can […]
Tags: Illustration, Artists, Anime, Otaku, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, Anime Goods, Mouse Pads, Mika Kuramoto, Urasuji Samurai


Megaton Musashi PVs Bust Out the Heavy Artillery

Just in time for the Jump Festa 2021 Online event, developer Level-5 has released several gameplay videos showcasing many of Megaton Musashi’s features, including a cooperative online mode, battle gameplay, as well as mecha customization. The respective video previews for the game’s Online Mode, battle, and customization gameplay: Megaton Musashi is slated to be released […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Ps4, RPG, Mecha, PV, Video Gallery, Level-5, PS5, Megaton Musashi


Christopher Biggins and Rick Astley in panto at Magic

Magic will be broadcasting its very own festive pantomime starring Christopher Biggins as well as a host of presenters on Christmas Day. The decision to air the panto follows the cancellation of many pantomimes across the country due to Covid-19. Christopher Biggins will be leading the festive show as the ‘Good Fairy’, and the hour long show will also have a cameo from singer Rick Astley. Christopher told Magic Radio’s Tom Price about his excitement for the show, which is sponsored by Gold TV...
Tags: Top, Radio, Magic, Bauer, Christopher, Rick Astley, Tom Price, Magic Radio, Station News, Christopher Biggins, Pantos, Rick Astley Christopher, Gold TV Channel When


Kristen Wiig Brings Back Some Favorites and Gets a Robe in a Satisfying ‘Saturday Night Live’ Christmas

Kristen Wiig closed out last season of Saturday Night Live with the final episode of season 45 that was remotely produced with the cast contributing sketches from their homes during the coronavirus pandemic. But she came back to close out 2020 the right way with the final episode of the year. Not only was it full of festive funniness, but it had some great original sketches on top of the return of a couple of Wiig’s favorite characters. Even musical guest Dua Lipa got in on one of the best sket...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Joe Biden, Snl, Hulu, Mom, Kristen Wiig, Yang, Wiig, Dua Lipa, Saturday-Night-Live, TV Reviews, Featured Stories Sidebar, Alex Moffat


Long-Awaited Horse Racing Idol Game Uma Musume Has a Release Date

The perpetually delayed horsegirl racing and idol game Uma Musume: Pretty Derby by CyGames has finally had its release date set for early next year with an impressive and intense-looking trailer. The translated premise of the game and the new trailer finally announcing its release date: Uma Musume: Pretty Derby is a training simulation game where […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Sports, Smartphones, Anime, Simulation, Kemonomimi, Release Dates, Uma Musume, Cygames, Casuals


Netflix True Crime Trailers: ‘Night Stalker: The Hunt For a Serial Killer’ and ‘Crack: Cocaine, Corruption & Conspiracy’

Netflix has really cornered the market on true crime docuseries and documentaries. And the streaming giant is adding one more of each to its collection, with Netflix true crime trailers for the docuseries Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer and the documentary Crack: Cocaine, Corruption & Conspiracy. Watch the trailers for both new Netflix original titles below. Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer In the summer of 1985, Los Angeles was terrorized by a string of murders a...
Tags: Television, Movies, Documentary, California, America, Los Angeles, Netflix, Movie Trailers, Vanguard, TV Trailer, Richard Ramirez, Los Angeles County Sheriff 's Department, Marcia Smith, Nicole London, Night Stalker: The Hunt For a Serial Killer, Gil Carrillo


How You Can Change the World

We look to a timeless movie to unlock the simple truth about how to change the world (or at least your corner of it). On The BIGG Success Show, we discuss two necessary ingredients for changing the world. Here’s a summary of that discussion Near the end of the movie Oh God, God (played by […] The post How You Can Change the World appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Podcast, Movies, Love, Careers, Faith, God, Personal Development, John Denver, George Burns, Audioblog, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster, The Bigg Success Show, The Professor And Mary-lynn


2020 in review: How COVID changed Southern California entertainment

In the first week of March, Rage Against the Machine, Travis Scott and Frank Ocean still were on track to headline two weekends at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival a month later. Away from the festival circuit, Pearl Jam was headed to the Forum in April; Bob Dylan announced a Hollywood Bowl show in June; and the Killers were coming to town in August. Elsewhere, the 2020 calendar featured countless other shiny treats: WonderCon with all its comic book cosplay in April (with the even-b...
Tags: Amazon, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Taylor Swift, California, Amc, Disney, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Bob Dylan, San Diego, James Bond, Starbucks, Scarlett Johansson


Noomi Rapace Will Play ‘Hamlet’ in New Gender-Swapped Adaptation

Hamlet has been adapted to the screen many times before, but there’s a new adaptation on the way that’s trying something different: the lead will be gender-swapped. Noomi Rapace is set to play the melancholy Dane in a new film from director Ali Abbasi (Border). This won’t be the first time a female lead has played Hamlet – Ruth Negga recently played the character in Gate Theatre Dublin’s production. But this will be the first feature film to take this approach. Deadline is reporting that Noo...
Tags: Dane, Movies, Drama, Casting, Ethan Hawke, Adaptation, Dublin, Kenneth Branagh, Mel Gibson, Shakespeare, Hamlet, Laurence Olivier, Michael Almereyda, Robert Eggers, Sjon, Ruth Negga


Stop everything and watch Debbie Allen in Dance Dreams: The Hot Chocolate Nutcracker on Netflix.

The day it was released on Netflix, I watched Shondaland’s Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker, the new documentary about Debbie Allen Dance Academy and their annual production. Before I knew it, I was crying. While I danced as a child, I was never a ballet dancer. I’m not flexible, I’m not graceful, and my feet will never […]
Tags: Holidays, Shopping, Entertainment, Christmas, Netflix, Home Entertainment, Debbie Allen, Black History, Family Entertainment, Dance Academy, Entertainment + Media, Holiday Activities, Educational Kids' Activities, Holiday Picks


‘The Lord of the Rings’: Peter Jackson Reveals His Favorite Movie Scene, Makes a “Gratuitous Cameo” in Stephen Colbert’s Parody

Peter Jackson has frequently been asked what his favorite The Lord of the Rings movie is. But rarely has he been asked what his favorite scene from the fantasy epics he shot is. So of course only extreme Lord of the Rings nerd Stephen Colbert could think to ask that question, and to score the director in a parody of the fantasy series made on the very sets and locations where Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films were shot. Stephen Colbert is living his Lord of the Rings fanboy dreams, maki...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Stephen-Colbert, Hobbit, New Zealand, Colbert, Cbs, Jackson, Sam, Peter-Jackson, Viral Marketing, Around The Web, Gollum, Sean, Elijah


Secrets Abound in Horror 'The Village in the Woods' Official Trailer

"I think they know what we're up to… It's like they were playing games with us." Someone is out-tricking the tricksters. 4Digital Media has released an official trailer for an indie horror film titled The Village in the Woods, made by UK filmmaker Raine McCormack. This already opened in cinemas in the UK last year, and is arriving on VOD in the US in January. Every village, every person, has a secret… none more so than the inhabitants of this isolated, murky village whose fate relies on the ...
Tags: UK, Movies, Trailer, Horror, US, To Watch, Raine McCormack, Phill Martin


Link Dump

Ringing in the holiday season with a few interesting links from the depths of ye olde internets: Death of the Author (& Beyond) – The notion that an author’s intent is unimportant to your interpretation of their work can make for an interesting discussion, but people generally take the concept much further. This guy just put a name on half of the poor takes we see on social media (I particularly like “Weekend at Bernie’s of the Author”)Alien Hunters Discover Mysterious Signal from Proxima Cen...
Tags: Movies, Nickelback, Jason Alexander, Bernie, Fermi Paradox, Proxima Centauri, Link Dump


Final Fantasy VII’s Tifa Lockhart Gets It as Deep as It Will Go

Final Fantasy VII‘s athletic and wildly adored Tifa Lockhart has eagerly offered service of the naughty kind as she can be seen pleasuring a random faceless male, the woman’s throat skills being put to the ultimate test as well. Tifa Lockhart has been enjoying revitalized popularity ever since the Final Fantasy VII Remake debuted, naturally […]
Tags: Games, Parody, Anime, Fetish, Final Fantasy Vii, Oral, Oppai, H, 3D CG, Image Gallery, Tifa Lockhart


Jane Fonda, Oliver Stone, Katie Hill, and others share how they bounced back after disappointment and failure in their careers

Jane Fonda. Jane Fonda Carole Zimmer has been a journalist for 30 years and is the host of an award-winning podcast called Now What? which features curated conversations with well-known people, from Jane Fonda and Katie Hill. During the pandemic, those conversations have moved online, leading to intimate chats from famous living rooms all around the country and lessons about how to handle adversity during challenging times. Here, she shares parts of her discussions with Jane Fonda, Julie T...
Tags: Hollywood, Entertainment, Congress, California, Washington, Advice, India, Norman Lear, Success, Trends, Strategy, New Hampshire, Oliver Stone, Broadway, Beverly Hills, Nashville


Outfits Inspired by Our Favorite Christmas Movies

Seasonal outfits inspired by your favorite holiday films!
Tags: Movies, College, Inspiration, Christmas, Movie fashion, Ugly Christmas Sweater, Holiday Outfits


New to Netflix - OCEAN’S 8

Danny Ocean's sister assembles a team of expert criminals to pull of a heist at the Met Gala. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Netflix, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, Danny Ocean, By Sue Finn


New Release Review [Digital] - A NIGHT OF HORROR: NIGHTMARE RADIO

Anthology of horror shorts presented by a late night radio DJ. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Horror, Digital, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Eric Hillis


Trailer for India's Great Monkey Battle Comedy Film 'Eeb Allay Ooo!'

"Have you ever dealt with a monkey?" NaMa Productions has revealed an official trailer for a very strange, clever, entirely original new film from India titled Eeb Allay Ooo! If that title doesn't get your attention, then maybe the funky plot will? A young migrant battles hordes of monkeys in the heart of New Delhi as a contractual monkey repeller. It's a film commenting on India's migrant problems, but also a comedy about monkeys. This premiered at the Mumbai Film Festival last year, and it...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, India, New Delhi, To Watch, Foreign Film, Mumbai Film Festival, NaMa Productions, Shardul Bharadwaj


First Look Review - BEASTS CLAWING AT STRAWS

A group of underworld figures are drawn together by a bag filled with cash. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, The Movie Waffler


New Publisher for Doctor Who-Related Comics

Cutaway Comics launched this year as a British comic publisher putting out Doctor Who-related titles. They’re focusing on creator-owned characters, which is apparently allowed under British law. (I am always curious about this, but I’m digressing. And it’s great that it allows for various spin-offs.) Cutaway Comics is inspired by the so-called ‘backup’ strips of Doctor Who Weekly, which delved deeper into the characters and cultures of the Doctor Who universe away from the Doctor. The publisher ...
Tags: Comics, Comic News, Cutaway Comics, Gareth Kavanagh


Holodexxx Promising a Supremely Erotic Virtual Reality Experience

The first release of Holodexxx will enrapture and astound as the eroge makes use of virtual reality to grant watchers the ultimate erotic experience, with a multitude of females providing the watcher with a lap dance of epic proportions. Available through Erogames, Holodexxx’s virtual reality functionality is optional, though the Oculus Device, Quest (with link […]
Tags: Games, Dancing, Virtual Reality, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, 3D CG, Image Gallery, Pettanko, Erogames, Erogames Holodexxx


Honourable Mention: Onus

Onus is a 2020 film by Alex Secker is nearly a folk horror film, and I say nearly because the folk horror element deserved more attention. It also has what might be described as a vampiric side that manifests in a couple of ways, as we will see. However, as this is almost trope use (bar one piece of imagery) along with mentioning vampires in passing, in a way that is allegorical, I decided that putting this under an Honourable Mention would be the proper way to deal with the film. The film see...
Tags: Movies, David, Anna, Lucy, Dracula, Amazon US, Izzy, Mentioned In Passing, Use Of Tropes, Vampiric Ritual, Alex Secker, Anna Daniella Faircloth, Izzy Erin Leighton, Daniella Faircloth, Lucy Shaniece Williams, Elizabeth Karen Payne


Original Content podcast: The pandemic thriller ‘Songbird’ could have been a lot worse

Let’s be clear: “Songbird” is not a good movie. It’s hard to see how it could have been any good, since “Songbird” was written shortly after the pandemic began and filmed a few months later — so the filmmakers had to write a screenplay, shoot it in the midst of a pandemic and edit it, all in under a year. So it feels remarkable that they managed to succeed in at least making an entertaining — if very silly — B-movie. The story is set in the near future, when the lockdown has extended for year...
Tags: Apple, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, Tech, Songbird, Jordan, Anthony, Darrell, Original Content Podcast, COVID


Kamisama ni Natta Hi the Epitome of Heart-Wrenching

Kamisama ni Natta Hi‘s now decrepit Hina has slowly tried to recover from her incident, subjecting watchers to the cruelty of the once energetic girl being in a helpless state – the protagonist desperately and perhaps futilely trying to revert things to how they were before. Omake:
Tags: Drama, Medical, Anime, Nuns, Hina, KEY, Image Gallery, Aniplex, P.A. Works, Kamisama ni Natta Hi, Kamisama ni Natta


The top 9 shows on Netflix this week, from 'Manhunt: Deadly Games' to 'The Ripper'

"Manhunt: Deadly Games" Spectrum "Manhunt: Deadly Games" topped Netflix's popularity rankings 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 Spectrum original series "Manhunt: Deadly Games," about the security officer Rich...
Tags: TV, Media, Entertainment, California, Youtube, La, US, Trends, Features, Fbi, Netflix, United States, Streaming, Nick Kroll, Rotten Tomatoes, Elizabeth Ii


Naked in the Den of Debauchery Gangs up on a Poor Male

A budding magician stumbles into either paradise or perhaps hell in Naked in the Den of Debauchery as the title has the male being frequently used by the many women who live in a forest, which will surely have many feeling envious of his situation. Sent into a mysterious forest to fetch some treasured materials, […]
Tags: Games, Puzzle, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge



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