New to Netflix - BOY ERASED

A teenager's parents enrol him at a gay conversion therapy centre. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Defund The Thought Police

Defund the police and crime goes up. Defund the thought police and freedom goes up. Buy it here:... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Unknown]
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Troy-Jeffrey Allen's Machine Girl interview

Interview: Machine Girl Returns in 'Machine Girl & The Space Invaders' Interview by Troy-Jeffrey Allen PREVIEWSworld:  Jan 11, 2021https://www.previewsworld.com/Article/248655-Interview-Machine-Girl-Returns-in-Machine-Girl--The-Space-Invaders [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Kamisama ni Natta Hi & Yuru Camp Backgrounds Contain Google Watermark

Sharp-eyed individuals have happened upon the rather strange absurdity that some of the backgrounds in Kamisama ni Natta Hi and Yuru Camp contain Google’s watermark, implying that they perhaps lifted their backgrounds from Google Maps. Screen captures of some backgrounds from the shows and the closeup of the watermarks: Anime studios have been using real […]
Tags: Google, Copyright, Bizarre, Anime, 2D vs 3D, Yuru Camp, Kamisama, Kamisama ni Natta Hi, Kamisama ni Natta Hi amp, Yuru Camp Backgrounds Contain Google, Natta Hi

Otona no Bouguya-san II Loves Giving Men a Peek

Sexy battle armor selling anime Otona no Bouguya-san has proceeded with its second season as watchers are treated to more glimpses of pantsu, with the introduction of a certain witch proving quite entertaining as she seems to enjoy showing off her undergarments. Omake:
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Free Comic Book Day for 2021

Like so many things, Free Comic Book Day (FCBD), the national comic holiday, was skipped in 2020 (in favor of spreading the special releases out over the entire summer). The date for 2021, in hopes that by then people can once again gather freely in large groups, has been announced as Saturday, August 14. That’s a departure from the usual “first Saturday in May” timing (based around when Marvel usually has a blockbuster film opening), but FCBD has moved in [...]
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Well Said

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Week of Jan. 18 Filming Locations

Filming in California TV Series: The Goldbergs Location: 3071 Earlmar Dr., Los Angeles Date: 1/19 TV Series: Lucifer Location: S Grand Ave., between W 1st and W 2nd St., Los Angeles Date: 1/19 – 1/22 Location: S Hope St. and W 2nd St., Los Angeles Date: 1/22 TV Series: You Location: Dorris Pl., between Blake […] The post Week of Jan. 18 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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New Neptunia Goods Decorated With Saucy Bunny Girl Art

Devoted fans who can never have enough Neptunia goods might be interested in entering this raffle to win some various collectibles, all of which are decorated with sultry illustrations of the Neptunia girls wearing bunny girl outfits. The lottery, known as the Hyperdimension Neptunia Usamimi COLLECTION!, is going on right now and tickets will cost […]
Tags: Illustration, Artists, Anime, Oppai, Image Gallery, Anime Goods, Bunny Girl, Usamimi, Neptunia

Zack Snyder Reveals Justice League Will Be Movie, Not Miniseries

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Zack Snyder reveals Justice League will be movie, not miniseries Though announcing at last summer’s DC FanDome that the infamous project would hit the streaming platform in a miniseries format, Zack Snyder has responded to a fan’s question on his Vero account that Justice League will be hitting HBO Max solely as a four-hour movie. RELATED: Harry Lennix Reveals He is Martian Manhunter in Zack Snyder’s Justice League PB = PB || {}; ...
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Arts charity gets show on Chelmsford Community Radio

Disability arts charity The Music Man Project is to host a new monthly show on Chelmsford Community Radio. Hosted by charity founder David Stanley, who was recently named in the Queen’s New Year Honours List, the show features news, interviews and music to showcase the work they do for children and adults with learning disabilities, both in Essex and around the world. The show will be on-air every second Sunday of the month from 10am-12pm starting on February 14th. The Music Man Project is ...
Tags: Radio, Essex, Chelmsford, David Stanley, CCR, Community Station News, Chelmsford Community Radio, Chelmsford Community Radio Hosted, Hal MacLean

Official US Trailer for Naomi Kawase's Family Drama 'True Mothers'

"Thank you for giving birth to him." Film Movement has unveiled an official US trailer for the latest feature film from acclaimed Japanese filmmaker Naomi Kawase. We first wrote about a teaser for this film last year, and it was initially scheduled to debut at the Cannes Film Festival (before the fest was cancelled). It will instead launch in "virtual cinemas" around the US at the end of this month after first opening in Japan last year. True Mothers, originally known as Asa ga Kuru in Japan...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Trailer, US, Naomi Kawase, To Watch, Foreign Film, Asa ga Kuru, Ren Komai True Mothers

Shudder Announces 11 Movie Premieres in 11 Weeks for 2021

Shudder, the excellent horror streaming service that everyone should join, is ready to unleash eleven movie premieres in eleven weeks here in 2021. The films “span five countries on three continents and range from dark comedy to survival horror to period psychological thrillers,” and “represent vibrant, creative passion driving independent and international genre cinema today, with titles that have been official selections at top film festivals including Sundance, Toronto, SXSW and Tribeca. In ...
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Shueisha Copyright Takedown Hoax Allegedly Caused by Obsessed Stalker

Earlier in the week, a series of copyright takedowns had disturbed Twitter users posting One Piece and Dragon Ball images, fanart, cosplay, and other derivative works, causing them to all point fingers at Shueisha for starting to very strictly enforce copyright. Only after a few days of radio silence from Shueisha did the publisher respond […]
Tags: Law, Copyright, Anime, Announcements, Manga, One Piece, Dragon Ball, Shueisha

LyricPop Picture Books Turn Songs Into Kids’ Stories

We’ve had kids’ books based on movie and TV shows. Now, in the next step for parents wanting to keep their pop culture front and center in their kids’ lives, Akashic Books has launched the LyricPop line of children’s picture books. The lyrics of classic pop songs — including Fleetwood Mac’s “Don’t Stop“, the Beach Boys’ “Good Vibrations“, Otis Redding’s “Respect“, The Go-gos’ “We Got the Beat“, and (most amusingly to me) Dee Snider’s “We’re Not Gonna Take It” — [...]
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Defending Moscow in Gritty WWII Thriller 'The Final Stand' Trailer

"Today is our turn! We must persevere!" Signature Ent. in the UK has debuted an official UK trailer with English subtitles for yet another Russian war action movie (they really love making these) titled The Final Stand, formerly known as The Last Frontier. Described as "1917 meets Hacksaw Ridge," it's a "gripping and hard hitting WWII thriller based on the unbelievable true story of the heroic military stand outside Moscow in 1941." The film tells the story of the Podolsk cadets' heroic stan...
Tags: UK, Movies, Trailer, Moscow, Hacksaw Ridge, To Watch, Foreign Film, Podolsk, Signature Ent, Ilyinsky, Igor Yudin

Liam Neeson’s The Marksman Targets Top of the Weekend Box Office

Liam Neeson’s The Marksman targets top of the weekend box office As we near the end of the three-day weekend, Open Road Films is celebrating another box office victory with Liam Neeson as his latest action thriller The Marksman has taken the top spot in its opening weekend, dethroning Warner Bros.’ Wonder Woman 1984. RELATED: Watched at Home: Top Streaming Films for the Week of January 9 PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; ...
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Star Wars Bits: The High Republic, Lucasfilm Games, Ahsoka Tano’s Future, a Tribute to Boba Fett, and More!

In this edition of Star Wars Bits: Star Wars: The High Republic is Here A New Era of Star Wars Gaming with Lucasfilm Games Rosario Dawson on Bringing Ahsoka Tano to Live-Action Tribute to Jeremy Bulloch, the Original Boba Fett Star Wars Podcast & YouTube Round-Up Exclusive Star Wars Collectible Replica Box Sets from Zavvi And more! Star Wars: The High Republic is Here Star Wars: The High Republic, the multimedia initiative set about 200 years before Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, has offic...
Tags: Star-Wars, UK, Movies, Abc, Disney, Clint Eastwood, Ubisoft, Pixar, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, George Lucas, Jason, Starwars, Boba-Fett, Zavvi, Duncan

The Black Mage

St. Ivory Academy, a magical boarding school run by Mr. Lynch, has accepted its first Black student as a recipient of a minority scholarship. His name is Tom Token, his familiar is a crow named Jim, and you may have already gathered from the names that this is not a subtle story. But who says it should be? As written by Daniel Barnes and illustrated by D.J. Kirkland, the book opens with Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, and John Henry in [...]
Tags: Comics, Jim, Lynch, John Henry, Harriet Tubman Frederick Douglass, Daniel Barnes, Oni Press / Lion Forge, St Ivory Academy, Tom Token, D J Kirkland

China Menaced by Exploding Down Jackets

China has yet to rid itself of normal household objects that spontaneously explode as a girl riding the subway was shocked to find her down jacket exploding, which resulted in no harm done to anybody but will surely raise several questions. Right when the girl tried to sit down whilst riding on the Shanghai subway, […]
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‘The World to Come’ Trailer: Katherine Waterston and Vanessa Kirby Have a Fiery Frontier Romance

Another year, another doomed lesbian period romance. At least, that’s what we’re going to assume considering the track record of LGBTQ feature romances following 2019’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire, which appears to have kicked off a trend of lesbian romances set exclusively in the past, primarily featuring slim white women. But it is admittedly hard to resist a movie starring both acting heavyhitters Katherine Waterston and Vanessa Kirby. Watch The World to Come trailer below. The World to C...
Tags: Movies, Romance, Drama, Movie Trailers, Abigail, Kirby, Casey Affleck, Katherine-Waterston, Christopher Abbott, Bleecker Street, Jim Shepard, Vanessa Kirby, Ron Hansen, Mona Fastvold, The World to Come, Abigail Waterston

FCC reminds us not to do anything illegal

I got this odd email from the FCC this morning: From: FCC Office of Media Relations Subject: Enforcement Advisory to Amateur & Personal Radio Service Licenses & Operators Date: January 17, 2021 at 9:45 AM The FCC’s Enforcement Bureau today issued an Enforcement Advisory warning amateur and personal radio services licensees and operators that they may not use radio equipment to commit or facilitate criminal acts.  The Enforcement Advisory says: “The Bureau has become aware of discussions on soc...
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First Look Review - 1982

As war rages outside his classroom, a young Lebanese boys attempts to pluck up the courage to profess his love for a classmate. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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2020 Kaedrin Movie Awards

Welcome to the fifteenth annual Kaedrin Movie Awards! The idea is to recognize films for various achievements that don’t always reflect well on top 10 lists or traditional awards. There are lots of formal award categories and nominees listed below, but once those are announced, we’ll also leave some room for Arbitrary Awards that are more goofy and freeform. Finally, we’ll post a traditional top 10 list (usually sometime in early/mid-February). But first up is the awards! [Previous Installments ...
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Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror - A Film by F. W. Murnau: A Shot-by-Shot Presentation – review

Author: Roy A Sites First published: 2014 The blurb : Nosferatu -- Does this word not sound like the Deathbird calling for you at midnight? Beware of it, otherwise you will fade away and images of your life will be shattered, nightmares will quickly rise in your heart and feed upon your blood. From the mist shrouded ruins of Transylvania to the deserted manse in Wisborg…… He is coming! -- Vermin, plague, misery, insanity, death – ...hide in the shadow of the Vampire... The great 1922 si...
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Yashahime Anime Accused of Promoting Child Grooming

The Inuyasha sequel anime Hanyou no Yashahime has been falsely accused of promoting child grooming and pedophilia by Twitter’s battalion of keyboard warriors for showing a scene of an allegedly underaged female character giving birth. The accusations originate from a scene in the recently aired episode 15 where Rin is shown just after having given […]
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Original Content podcast: Martin Scorsese and Fran Lebowitz have a good time in ‘Pretend It’s A City’

The concept behind the new Netflix documentary series “Pretend It’s A City” is pretty straightforward: Author Fran Lebowitz talks, while Martin Scorsese (who’s both director and an on-camera presence) listens and laughs. Lebowitz’s musings across seven episodes are organized by loose themes, such as “Metropolitan Transit” and “Library Services,” with the more recent footage interspersed with clips from older interviews. That’s pretty much it as far as structure goes; while Lebowitz shares a numb...
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New Release Review [VOD] - IMPERIAL BLUE

A drug dealer travels to Uganda in search of a psychedelic drug that grants its users insightful powers. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Hataraku Saibou Black Growing Sexier

Hataraku Saibou Black‘s main red blood cell has been spared death once again as the sexy white blood cells come to his rescue, the rest of the episode then featuring some sexier content as all the characters relax after a hard day’s work in the liver (which is presented as a sort of red-light district). […]
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The top 9 shows on Netflix this week, from 'Lupin' to 'Bridgerton'

"Lupin." Emmanuel Guimier/Netflix "Lupin" debuted on Netflix's popularity rankings this week but couldn't top "Bridgerton." 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. Netflix's new French series "Lupin" debuted last week to critical a...
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