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New to Shudder - VAMPYRES

A pair of undead lesbian lovers feed off the blood of the men they lure to their doom. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Examining Dr. Seuss - Arlington, VA public library's policy

Examining Dr. Seuss Arlington Public Library (March 8 2021) https://library.arlingtonva.us/2021/03/08/examining-dr-seuss/ Libraries across the country, Arlington Public Library among them, are having conversations about how to balance the core library value of intellectual freedom with the harmful stereotypes depicted in many of what are regarded as children's classics. Last week, Dr. Seuss Enterprises announced that it will cease ...
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Supermouse #2 - Frank Frazetta art

Supermouse #2 Supermouse v1 #2, 1948 - A trip of single page text stories feature a dog who can't bark, a rabbit full of conceit, and a mink despondent over his own appearance. In all three, Frank Frazetta supplies the spot illustrations. "The Quiet Pup" sorely lacks detail, but the other two roughly match the artist's standards. It especially helps that "Willie the Weasel" fills nearly half the [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Green Lantern v2 #141 - 1st Omega Men (key)

Green Lantern v2 #141 Green Lantern v2 #141, 1981 - Deep in the Canadian wilderness, GL and Carol Ferris stumble upon a band of disparate aliens hiding on Earth. Auron, Broot, Demonia, Harpis, Kalista, Nimbus, Primus and Tigorr make their key first appearance as the fugitive Omega Men. George Perez does a nice job of obscuring these new characters on the cover. The storyline continues into the [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Dc, Keys, Green Lantern, Superhero, 1980s, Ted Ignacio, George Perez, First appearances, Carol Ferris


You’re Strong, Smart and You Got This

Couldn’t we all use more support for our mental health these days? I’ve been getting a regular dose of encouragement from The Latest Kate, a mailing list by Kate Allan that provides a daily message with a cute animal drawing and an inspirational saying. It may seem silly, but I’ve found it a thoughtful pick-me-up. Allan’s newest book, You’re Strong, Smart and You Got This: Drawings, Affirmations and Comfort to Help With Anxiety and Depression, collects a number of these [...]
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SelfMadeHero Launches Graphic Anthology Programme to Build Diversity in Comics

UK publisher SelfMadeHero, thanks to public funding, is starting a mentoring programme (I said they were UK) “designed to find, develop, publish, and promote emerging comic-book artists from Black, Asian, Arab, mixed-race, Romani/Traveller, and non-white Latinx backgrounds.” Until March 26, they are accepting applications for the opportunity. Participants must be over 18, reside in the UK, not have a literary agent, and not have been published by a traditional print publisher. Eight artists will...
Tags: Comics, UK, Comic News, SelfMadeHero, SelfMadeHero Launches Graphic Anthology Programme, Build Diversity in Comics


Senran Kagura & Neptunia Join Forces in Senran Nin Nin Ninja Taisen Neptune

Senran Kagura and Neptunia are coming together in an explosive collaboration in the form of “Senran Nin Nin Ninja Taisen Neptune: Shoujotachi no Kyouen”, though, sex appeal will likely be toned down or non-existent considering its target release console is the PS4. The collaboration game will contain characters from both the Senran Kagura and Neptunia […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Marketing, Anime, Announcements, Compile Heart, Senran Kagura, Tamsoft, Neptunia, Neptunia Join Forces, Senran Nin Nin Ninja Taisen Neptune


This Woman’s Maternity Shoot With Her Thesis Is Pure Joy

What a beautiful baby Originally published June 4, 2019 The rise of social media has drastically changed the way that we share our lives with others. Unfortunately a lot of the time that means oversharing (like when your distant uncle asks everyone on Facebook to weigh in on a new weird skin thing he found on his neck) or constantly sharing things that nobody cares about. Remember when all anybody tweeted was stuff like “going to get coffee #starbucks”? Yeesh... Dark times. But socia...
Tags: Facebook, Humor, Bryce, Mattias Malmer, Sloane Hughes, Sarah Whelan Curtis


New to Shudder - EDGE OF THE AXE

A mysterious axe murderer terrorises a small California town. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, California, Horror, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Eric Hillis, Retro Reviews, Shudder


Zack Snyder’s Justice League Leaked on HBO Max Early

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Zack Snyder’s Justice League leaked on HBO Max early In a moment sure to please some fans while devastating those who weren’t quick enough to take advantage of it, HBO Max hit a bit of a speed bump Monday night when the highly-anticipated Zack Snyder’s Justice League debuted on the streaming service just over a week ahead of its scheduled debut. RELATED: Zack Snyder’s Justice League TV Spot Reveals New Footage of Joker & Darkseid if (type...
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‘This Beast’: ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Creator Heads to Netflix for His Feature Directorial Debut

Kurt Sutter is heading to Netflix. The creator of Sons of Anarchy and The Bastard Executioner, who has spent a huge percentage of his career writing and producing shows for FX, will make the jump to Netflix to direct his first feature film: a mysterious film called This Beast. According to the NetflixFilm Twitter account, Sutter will write and direct This Beast, which “is set in an 18th century English village besieged by a mysterious and elusive beast.” The nature of the beast is being kept...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Horror, Netflix, Thriller, Charlie Hunnam, Hulu, FX, Kurt Sutter, Jason Blum, Universal Pictures, Sutter, Blumhouse, Mike Flanagan, Mystery/Suspense, Blumhouse Productions


Tuesday, March 9 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for March 9, 2021: Filming in California Movie: Untitled Kevin Hart Project Location: 1111 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles Filming in Illinois TV Series: The Chi Location: 820 N Orleans St, Chicago Filming in New York TV Series: The Bad Witch Location: 86th St. and 5th Ave., New […] The post Tuesday, March 9 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: New York, Movies, California, Kevin Hart, Illinois, Filming Locations, Daily Filming Locations, Los Angeles Filming, Orleans St Chicago Filming


Superhero Bits: ‘Eternals’ Promo Artwork Reveals Deviants, Wonder Woman 80th Anniversary Plans & More

What are the rumored episode titles for the third season of Titans? Is Paul Bettany still up for playing Vision in the future? Want to see some promo art for Marvel’s Eternals? Need a crash course on chaos magic and nexus beings after WandaVision? Who is The Stranger on Superman and Lois? What kind of celebrations will be happening for the 80th anniversary of Wonder Woman? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. The CW released a video wondering who “The Stranger” is in this f...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Canada, Batwoman, Batman, Thor, Avengers, Cw, Paul Bettany, Supergirl, Titans, Lois, David Harewood, Melissa Benoist, Comic Book/Superhero


Please Be Kind

always tip your delivery person
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China Zoo Replaces Deceased Wolf With Dog

A China zoo has been caught trying to fraudulently pass a domesticated dog off as a wolf after their previous wild beast succumbed to old age, something that is apparently quite common in the low-effort country. A visitor to the Xiangwushan Zoo in Xianning uploaded a video that had many realizing what seemed to be […]
Tags: China, Animals, International, Fraud, Bizarre, Zoo, Anime, Wolf, Made In China, Xianning


‘The Great Emu War’ Movie Coming From John Cleese and Rob Schneider

In the 1930s, Western Australia had a problem – an overabundance of emus (although if you ask me, there’s no such thing as too many emus). The solution: send in a bunch of soldiers with machine guns to cut down the emu population. That’s weird enough as it is, but the story gets even stranger/better, because while many birds were killed, the emu population continued to thrive. It was dubbed “The Emu War” by the media, and in the end, the emus won. Now, two people who you probably never expected...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, John-Cleese, Bbc, Meredith, Western Australia, True Story, Lewis, Schneider, Murchison, Rob-Schneider, Cleese, Monty Franklin, The Great Emu War, Major Meredith of the Royal Australian Artillery, Campion district


‘Coming 2 America’ Was the Most Watched Streaming Movie On Opening Weekend Since The Pandemic Began…But Does That Really Mean Anything?

Coming 2 America was a sequel that was a long time coming — it was finally released more than 30 years after the original 1988 hit comedy. So it stands to reason that the long-awaited Coming to America sequel, which brings back Eddie Murphy and other original cast members, would have legions of nostalgic fans who would tune in when the film debuted on Amazon Prime Video last week. But even so, today’s news that Coming 2 America had the biggest debut of any streaming movie in the past year? That...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, Nigeria, Disney, America, South Africa, Sequels, Box Office, Hamilton, Eddie Murphy, Amazon Prime Video, Queens New York, Amazon Studios, Teyana Taylor, Zamunda


‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ Box Office: Disney Adventure Scraps Its Way to an $8.6 Million Opening Weekend

Raya and the Last Dragon, the latest movie from Walt Disney Animation, pulled in $8.6 million at the domestic box office. Let’s put that in context and take a look at how the other theatrical offerings fared this past weekend. Industry estimates put Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon box office totals at $26.2 million globally, with $8.6 million earned domestically and $17.6 million pulled in internationally. Deadline says that exhibitors and studio executives are not thrilled about what the ...
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Zack Snyder's Justice League Was Available Today on HBO Max (Briefly)

Almost like the Flash had smashed time and space, for a moment, March 8 jumped ahead and became March 18: Zack Snyder’s Justice League was on HBO Max. Then, just as quickly, it was gone.Read more...
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Transactly secures $3M amid rapid transaction coordination growth

Transactly, a proptech that offers remote transaction coordination services across the country, announced that it has raised nearly $3 million in bridge funding.
Tags: Technology, Radio, Venture Capital, NAR, Select, News Brief, Tom Ferry, Transaction Management, Pandemic, Series A Funding, PROPtech, Bridge Loans, Bryan Bowles, Transactly, Transaction coordinators, Electronic Mortgages


How to Run a Live Show with vMix

Behind the scenes look at how to create a dynamic live show with vMix.
Tags: Movies, Youtube, Live Streaming, Virtual Events, Youtube live, vMix


CDC guidelines may pave the way for open houses, more normalcy

The COVID-19 crisis isn't over, but new guidance gives people significantly more freedom to gather without the encumbrances of the pandemic. That could prove liberating for real estate agents.
Tags: Real Estate, Cdc, Chicago, Radio, Agent, Philadelphia, Compass, Industry News, Open House, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Coldwell Banker, Realogy, Markets & Economy, Select, Pandemic, Century 21


Familiar Faces Are Everywhere in Hanyou no Yashahime

Several characters from the original Inuyasha make an appearance in Hanyou no Yashahime‘s latest airing, with such moments likely being anticipated by fans for quite some time and possibly actually making the series interesting for a handful of individuals who weren’t particularly enthused before. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Sunrise, Anime, Image Gallery, Inuyasha, Isekai, Yashahime, Hanyou


2021 PGA Nominations Push ‘Nomadland’, ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ to the Front of the Oscar Season Pack

We’ve reached an important foothold in the awards season race. The Producers Guild of America Awards has often been a great litmus test for the Oscar front-runners, with the PGA award winner often going on to win that coveted Best Picture Academy Award (see: Green Book, The Shape of Water, Argo, and more in recent years). It’s not always the case (Sam Mendes’ PGA winner 1917 was bested by Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite last year), but it gives us a good idea for how the race will shape up. And the 202...
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‘Concrete Cowboy’ With Idris Elba Coming to Netflix in April

Concrete Cowboy, the Idris Elba movie about urban cowboys in North Philadelphia, sold to Netflix after its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Now it finally has a release date: April 2. Inspired by a true story, the film follows a teenager (Stranger Things actor Caleb McLaughlin) who moves from Detroit to Philadelphia to live with his estranged father (Elba). There he discovers that his dad is part of a neighborhood community that cares for horses. In Concrete Cowboy, “when...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Netflix, Paris, Philadelphia, Idris-Elba, Detroit, Harp, North Philadelphia, Strawberry Mansion, Elba, Fairmount Park, McLaughlin, Staub, Release Dates, Caleb McLaughlin


Daily Podcast: Why Does Almost Everything About ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Sound Horrible?

On the March 8, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman  and writer Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and TV news, including Space Jam: A New Legacy, The Talisman, Queen’s Gambit and Impeachment: American Crime Story . In The News: Chris: ‘The Talisman’ TV Series Headed to Netflix With Producers Steven Spielberg and the Duffer Brothers Brad: ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ is Getting Turned Into a St...
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‘K-Pop: Demon Hunters’ is an Animated Musical About a K-Pop Girl Group That Hunts Demons (Obviously)

Hey, are you interested in a movie about a K-Pop girl group? What if I told you the movie was animated? And then what if I told you the movie was also a musical? And then, just for fun, what if I added that the K-Pop girl group also hunts demons? Because that’s exactly what’s going on in the appropriately named K-Pop: Demon Hunters, a new movie from Sony Pictures Animation. Maggie Kang and Chris Appelhans are directing the project, which is currently in production. Variety has the scoop on K...
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2021 Critics Choice Awards Winners: ‘Nomadland’ and ‘The Crown’ Are Big Winners Again

Continuing the march through an odd awards season, the 26th annual Critics Choice Awards were held over the weekend, honoring the best in film and television. In a hybrid virtual ceremony hosted by Taye Diggs, the nominees appeared remotely from across the world, just like the recent Golden Globes. Also echoing the recent awards show, Nomadland and The Crown took some of the biggest prizes of the night, including respective wins for Best Picture and Best Drama Series. Get the full list of 2021 ...
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HBO Max is available as a Hulu add-on for $15 a month - here's how it works

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Alyssa Powell/Business Insider You can watch HBO on Hulu with the HBO Max add-on for an additional $15 a month.The add-on gives you access to HBO's entire catalog of shows and movies directly through Hulu.You also get access to HBO Max content through the HBO Max app. Monthly Subscription (small) Streaming Service (small) For years, HBO has been one of the most popular premium channels to add to you...
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