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Aniplex “Culturally Appropriates” Line in SK8 the Infinity English Dub to Be “Inclusive”

Aniplex has continued to unfaithfully “translate” anime to cater to degenerates on social media as fujoshi bait skater boy series SK8 the Infinity had one of its lines changed to also include “non-binary hoes”, a cringe-worthy line that the aforementioned denizens of Twitter naturally labeled as “strong and inclusive”. The moment from the 8th episode […]
Tags: Translation, Politics, Lgbt, Censorship, Anime, Comparison, Infinity, Aniplex, SK8 the Infinity


Ripping Off The Band-Aid

I am very excited to announce the completion of a project I've been working on for the past couple months: THE BEST OF DEATHMOLE. I picked 12 of my favorite songs I wrote from years past, re-recorded them, and have now put them out on my Bandcamp page. If you like what you hear, I'd greatly appreciate you buying a copy. Thank you for listening. (it's also on Spotify but I basically will make zero dollars if you only listen on Spotify, just saying)
Tags: Spotify, Comics


Isekai Harem Fantasia Determined to Earn Fame & Sex

Isekai Harem Fantasia has utilized the isekai concept as the title has an unpopular male being transported to a fantasy world full of monsters alongside his three female classmates, the male slowly starting to earn his keep as he eventually has sex with all three women. Shortly after being whisked away to this alternate world, […]
Tags: Games, Fantasy, Anime, Tentacles, Fetish, RPG, Slime, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Visual Novels, Isekai


Review: Voyagers

— by RON WILKINSON — Thirty brainwashed kids and one semi-coherent adult launch in a spaceship on an 86-year mission that few of them will survive. What could go wrong? Well, anyone who watched “2001: A Space Odyssey” knows plenty can go wrong. If they also read “Lord of the Flies” nothing remains but to […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Colin Farrell, Tye Sheridan, Ron Wilkinson, Neil Burger, Fionn Whitehead, Lily-Rose Depp


The Mysterious Shadows House Dark & Strange

The dark and strange Shadows House has turned out to be engulfed in mystery as the show is set in a mansion populated by “shadow” nobles who are tended to by living doll maids, the plot surrounding the odd characters and setting sure to be just as intriguing as the anime’s cute females. Omake:
Tags: Drama, Horror, Mystery, Anime, Moe, Image Gallery, Maids, CloverWorks, Shadows House


Cute College Goddess Will Induce Lust & Desire

University girls seem to have no interest in a sense of decency as yet another has shared nude images of herself online, the impeccable woman being clean shaven and possibly the perfect balance between petite and buxom in terms of the breast region. More goddesses.
Tags: Japan, Anime, Bathing, Goddesses, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, Paipan


New US Trailer for Haifaa Al Mansour's 'The Perfect Candidate' Film

"I need to show them that they can't beat me." Music Box Films has released an official trailer for the indie film The Perfect Candidate, the latest film co-written & directed by acclaimed Saudi Arabian filmmaker Haifaa Al-Mansour. She first broke out with the beloved indie Wadjda, made a few films in Hollywood, then went back to tell this distinctly Saudi Arabian story. It's about a female doctor who, despite intense pressure and criticism, decides to run for council in order to improve the...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Trailer, US, Venice, Haifaa Al Mansour, Indies, Wadjda, To Watch, Foreign Film, Maryam, Mila Alzahrani Dhay Nourah Al Awad, Khalid Abdulrhim


Mute Boy Trapped with a Sinister Monster 'The Djinn' Horror Trailer

"We start thinking about the things we're missing… and forget about the things we have." Holy hell this looks freaky! IFC Films has released an official trailer for the indie horror The Djinn, finally being released in May this year in both theaters + on VOD at the same time. A mute boy is trapped in his apartment with a sinister monster when he makes a wish to fulfill his heart's greatest desire. That is a simple setup, but this looks insanely creepy overall. This stars Ezra Dewey as Dylan,...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Ifc, Dylan, John Erickson, To Watch, Julian Estrada, Ezra Dewey, Rob Brownstein Tevy Poe Donald Pitts


New Netflix Trailer for 'The Woman in the Window' with Amy Adams

"I'm not hallucinating…" Netflix has revealed a brand new trailer for Joe Wright's mysterious crime thriller The Woman in the Window. Not to be confused with The Girl on the Train or the horror film The Witch in the Window. After years of delays, this was supposed to open last summer, but then the pandemic wiped that out, too. Fox sold it to Netflix, and now it's launching streaming this May after years of waiting. Anna Fox feels safest when she's watching the world from behind her window. U...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Fox, Netflix, Anna, Amy Adams, Russell, Joe Wright, Anna Fox, To Watch, Fred Hechinger


Monday, April 12 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for April 12, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Black Monday Location: 516 Anderson St., Los Angeles (until April 16th) TV Series: 9-1-1: Lone Star Location: 1900 E 7th Pl.; 1927 E 7th Pl., Los Angeles  Movie: Mack and Rita Location: 834 S Olive St., Los Angeles  Project: Maggie […] The post Monday, April 12 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, California, Los Angeles, Maggie, Mack, Daily Filming Locations, Anderson St, Pl Los Angeles Movie


Iroha ni Hoero Manga Fiddles With a Tiny Girl

Ejaculating girl horn manga Iroha ni Hoero has done its best to appeal to readers through sexy scenarios as the latest chapter has introduced some small girl antics, depicting a girl the size of a hand being poked and prodded with an equally sized instrument and possibly inducing jealousy in fetishists. Iroha ni Hoero’s 19th […]
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Anime, Fetish, Manga, Oppai, Image Gallery, Ero-manga, Iroha, Iroha ni Hoero, Hoero


Get a First Look at ‘The Wonder Years’ Reboot from Producer Lee Daniels

The Wonder Years is the latest series from the past to get a shiny new reboot. But rather than modernizing the drama about a suburban family living in the 1960s, The Wonder Years reboot is taking a different approach with the same formula. Produced by Lee Daniels, The Wonder Years reboot will follow a Black family living in Montgomery, Alabama in the 1960s, providing a much different perspective than the original series that starred Fred Savage, Danica McKellar, Dan Lauria, Alley Mills, Jason H...
Tags: Images, Television, Movies, Drama, Abc, Philadelphia, Lee Daniels, Black, South, Remakes, Savage, Montgomery Alabama, Dean, Olivia D Abo, Daniel Stern, Dule Hill


Carey Mulligan Stars in a Lesbian Period Drama and Gets IBS on a Familiar But Funny ‘Saturday Night Live’

Carey Mulligan is primarily known for starring in prestige dramas and hasn’t shown much evidence of harnessing any secret comedic chops. Though her hosting debut on Saturday Night Live undoubtedly let Carey Mulligan get a little bit more loose, she was still mostly relegated to the same position that many prestige British actresses end up: the straight-person. The good news is that the sketches still mostly delivered some solid laughs, even if they tapped into a lot of familiar and recurring bi...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Snl, Aidy Bryant, Carey Mulligan, Kenan Thompson, IBS, Mulligan, Kate McKinnon, Saturday-Night-Live, TV Reviews, Carey Mulligan Stars


Official Trailer for 'Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide' Documentary

"The noise of life lives in his paintings." Greenwich Ent. has released the official trailer for an indie art documentary called Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide, about the famed artist Kenny Scharf. The feature directorial debut of Malia Scharf and Max Basch and 11 years in the making, When Worlds Collide is about the "art of fun, about living life out loud, despite setbacks, and about Kenny Scharf’s particular do-it- yourself, high-tone, technicolor artistic vision." It was supposed to pr...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, NYC, Documentaries, Sxsw, Keith Haring, East Village, Kenny, Jean Michel Basquiat, To Watch, Kenny Scharf, Greenwich Ent, Malia Scharf, Max Basch, Haring Basquiat


A Grating Upgrade (Limerick)

Had a four-day-long mess at my site; Server upgrade (gone bad) caused the blight. The encoding set wrong Made me long for a bong. But it’s fin’ly been fixed, bit by byte.
Tags: Internet, Humor, Limerick, Limericks, Internet Humor, Computer Humor, Technology Humor, Computer Limerick, Technology Limerick, Encoding Humor, Server Humor, Server Upgrade Humor


‘My Best Friend’s Exorcism’ Will Pit Friendship Against the Devil with ‘Eighth Grade’ Star Elsie Fisher

Whenever a horror movie with an exorcism comes along, it usually threatens to tear apart a family who has just moved into a new home. But soon the evil of the devil will square off with the power of friendship in Amazon’s upcoming film adaptation of Grady Hendrix’s best-selling book My Best Friend’s Exorcism. The Hollywood Reporter has news on My Best Friend’s Exorcism movie, which just started production this week and has been picked up by Amazon Studios. If you haven’t heard of the book on...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Casting, Horror, Adaptation, David Oyelowo, Amazon Studios, Gretchen, Abby, Grady Hendrix, Gotham Group, Chris Evangelista, Amiah Miller, Christopher Landon, Elsie Fisher


Master of the Revels

In the English royal household, the Master of the Revels was responsible for overseeing royal festivities (aka revels) and stage censorship. An important role in the time of William Shakespeare, which turns out to be a key DTAP (Destination Time And Place) in Nicole Galland’s follow-up to The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O., aptly titled Master of the Revels. Galland had collaborated with Neal Stephenson on the first book, but took this sequel on by herself. I’m always curious about how authors collab...
Tags: Science Fiction, Japan, England, Movies, Italy, William Shakespeare, Bill, Shakespeare, Neal Stephenson, Stephenson, Ned, Leonardo da Vinci, Galland, Grainne, Arts & Letters, Nicole Galland


Ijiranaide Nagatoro-san’s Bullying as Bewitching as Expected

The next series destined to be hated by the despicable denizens of social media, Ijiranaide Nagatoro-san, has finally made its debut and has not disappointed as male protagonist Naoto finds himself teased and picked on by a group of cute girls, particularly the luscious tan Nagatoro and certain to immediately make watchers jealous considering her […]
Tags: Comedy, Bullying, Anime, Tan, Moe, Oppai, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Naoto, Ijiranaide Nagatoro-san, Telecom Animation Film


Cool Stuff: Grab Marvel’s Eye of Agamotto Prop Replica Without Tangling with Doctor Strange

Over the years, Hasbro’s Marvel Legend brand has been releasing prop replicas of some of the biggest artifacts from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Captain America’s shield, Iron Man’s helmet, Thor’s hammer, and the Infinity Gauntlet have all been given the prop replica treatment. And now it’s time to bring a piece of Doctor Strange home with the new Eye of Agamotto prop replica, complete with removable Infinity Stone. Marvel Legends Eye of Agamotto Prop Replica The Eye of Agamotto prop re...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, America, Hasbro, Doctor Strange, Marvel Studios, Collectibles, Cool Stuff, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar, Marvel Legends, Time Stone


Sunday's Best Deals: Pulsar Heavy-Duty Generator, Insignia Massage Chair, Star Wars Action Figures, Holy Stone Drone, Greenworks Outdoor Power Tools, and More

A Pulsar heavy-duty portable dual fuel generator and a sale on Greenworks outdoor power tools lead Sunday’s best deals.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Ipad, Microsoft, Newegg, Films, Macys, Kindle, Memory, Samsung, Walmart, Netflix, Cuisinart, Nvidia, Nintendo


Podcasting: Know your legal limits with Pods Up North

The Pods Up North event team is offering a legal online masterclass for podcasters. Pods Up: Legal Up is on 22nd April 2021 at 1800 GMT and invites digital and media lawyer Cliff Fluet to talk about the legal implications and considerations when making a podcast. The beauty of podcasting is that there are very little rules when it comes to making podcasts. However, it does not mean podcasters are above the law. Cliff will delve into the most common queries when it comes to the law and making ...
Tags: Podcasts, Events, Radio, Cliff Fluet, Pods Up North


Earn $2400 Watching 24 Hours of True Crime Documentaries

We’re now several years into true crime being a pop culture phenomenon, and although we’ve past the point of counting the days until the next season of the Serial podcast or Making a Murderer docuseries airs, it’s still a popular genre.Read more...
Tags: Films, 48 Hours, Lifehacks, True Crime, David Wilson, Jack the Ripper, V, States And Union Territories Of India, Cinema Of India


Diablo II: Resurrected’s technical alpha showcases a faithful remaster of an aging classic

In an improvement over Blizzard's last remaster, the Diablo II: Resurrected technical alpha works a treat for franchise fans.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Pc, Playstation, Xbox, Activision Blizzard, Diablo II, Nintendo Switch, Diablo II: Resurrected


The top 9 shows on Netflix this week, from 'Who Killed Sara?' to 'Big Time Rush'

"Who Killed Sara?" Netflix Every week, the streaming search engine Reelgood compiles for Insider a list of the TV shows that have been most prominent on Netflix's daily top-10 lists. Netflix's new thriller "Who Killed Sara?" topped this week's list for the second straight week. Netflix counts a view if an account watches a movie or TV show for at least two minutes. Visit the business section of Insider for more stories. 9. "This is a Robbery: The Wo...
Tags: TV, London, Media, Entertainment, Youtube, Boston, Trends, Georgia, Features, Austin, Netflix, United States, Streaming, Watson, Seattle, Indiewire


Andy Bailey joins Churnet Sound for weekends

Former Silk FM Programme Controller Andy Bailey is joining a new online radio station for the Staffordshire Moorlands. He’ll be presenting a Saturday morning show on Churnet Sound, after spending 20 years on-air in the area. “As soon as I met the team from Churnet Sound, it was clear they had a real passion for the local area and were keen to shine a spotlight on local people and the great things that the Moorlands and the surrounding towns and villages have to offer. “I jumped at the chance...
Tags: People, Radio, Andy, Staffordshire Moorlands, Andy Bailey, Community Radio, Moorlands, Churnet Sound


Blue Reflection Ray Brimming With Yuri Charm

Lovers of the girl-on-girl genre will want to make Blue Reflection Ray a top priority when it comes to this anime season as the series contains a vast amount of cute females, magical girl battles and sexy yuri service also being in plentiful supply. Omake:
Tags: Romance, Drama, Anime, Yuri, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Mahou Shoujo, JC Staff, Blue Reflection, Yuri Charm, Blue Reflection Ray


Short Film: Reflections on Dying

I love it when a short film plays around with expectations, Reflections on Dying does that within its short 9 ½ minute run time, which is a credit to writer/director (and star) Patrick Seda. It starts with a car driving along, the driver (Patrick Seda) grabs a slice of pizza from a box on the passenger seat. His name, according to the box, is Dr Abe and the pizza has extra garlic. But as we watch him pull up and get out of the car, we also have a narration. The narration talks about not expect...
Tags: Movies, Abe, Vampire, Vampire Hunter, Patrick Seda, Abraham Venandi


Oldtaku no Radio #055 – Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun

What better to follow our episode about a formative sitcom than a genre satire? This month, Jared and Ink focus on Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun , which adapts some of the 4-koma by Izumi Tsubaki. Comedy runs high, and romance can't seem to find a foothold in these tales about a high school mangaka, the girl who adores him, and the loons that surround them. Stream Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun on Crunchyroll (JP), HIDIVE (JP + EN), and Netflix (JP + EN). Purchase Monthly Girls' Noz...
Tags: Ink, Anime, Jared, Nozaki, Dogakobo, Radio Ink Jared Ink, Nozaki Kun, Fandom Post, USA Magazine, Izumi Tsubaki, Mitsue Yamazaki, Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun, Izumi Tsubaki Comedy, Netflix JP EN Purchase Monthly Girls Nozaki, Sentai Filmworks Rightstuf


Does humor have a temperature? Movie comedy in Norway and Brazil

Can humor have a temperature? Do some like their comedy hot or cold? A quick survey of movies from Norway and Brazil invites us to consider how climate and geography can affect a people’s sense of humor. Let’s start with a joke from the Nordic countries:A Swede and a Norwegian decide to drink. They sit across the table with more than a few bottles of aquavit between them, knocking off shot after shot without a word. After three hours, the Norwegian lifts a glass and says, “Skol!” to which the Sw...
Tags: Books, Comedy, Hollywood, Featured, Movies, Film, Chico, Brazil, Norway, Andre, João, Hamer, Arts & Humanities, TV & Film, Folke, Carmen Miranda


Rias Gremory Bunny Girl Figure Presents Her Bottom

High School DxD‘s main scorching heroine Rias Gremory has taken the spotlight by way of this figurine as the beautiful woman shows off her perfect hindquarters, the bunny girl suit definitely helping to boost her allure when she becomes available in October. Rias Gremory can be pre-ordered now.
Tags: Anime, Anime Figures, Oppai, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Freeing, Bunny Girl, Usamimi, Highschool DxD, Rias Gremory



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