NPR on Old, adapted from the French graphic novel Sandcastle

In 'Old,' M. Night Shyamalan Takes Us To The Beach Stephen Thompson Ayesha Rascoe Marc Rivers Pop Culture Happy Hour July 23, 2021 https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1015736529 https://play.podtrac.com/npr-510282/edge1.pod.npr.org/anon.npr-mp3/npr/pchh/2021/07/20210723_pchh_pchh_210723...
Tags: Comics, Npr, Mike Rhode, Mike Katzif, Jessica Reedy, Luca Faustino Rodriguez, Stephen Thompson Ayesha Rascoe Marc Rivers, Vicky Krieps Thomasin McKenzie Gael García Bernal

The Post on the Tokyo Olympics use of existing manga and anime creators

Anime and manga will take center stage at the Olympics. It could fuel a boom in interest. [in print as Spotlight on mascots gives anime and manga a chance to draw in more fans] Kyle Melnick Washington Post July 23 2021, p. D9 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/olympics/2021/07/22/japanese-anime-manga-olympics/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Tokyo, Mike Rhode, Kyle Melnick Washington Post

Tom King talks Supergirl

Exclusive: Tom King on the 'hidden strength' that drives Supergirl in new 'Woman of Tomorrow' comic Matthew Jackson Jul 16, 2021 https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/exclusive-tom-king-on-supergirl-woman-of-tomorrow-dc-comics [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Tom King, Mike Rhode, Matthew Jackson

Droids #5 - Al Williamson art

Droids #5Droids v1 #5, 1986 - Al Williamson continues his run on this Star Wars-related series, providing inks over Mary Wilshire's pencils. Unfortunately, there is no discernible improvement in the finished artwork. This is ironic given Williamson's stellar reputation for science fiction comics. This copper age science fiction comic was published by Marvel. This is number 2 of 4 Droids issues [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Malignant Release Date, Cast and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) After a break from horror movies, James Wan is back with Malignant. Wan’s latest is his first horror directorial effort since 2016’s The Conjuring 2, and it’s shaping up to be a much different type of horror than the Conjuring universe. With Malignant, Wan is drawing on giallo movies and leaning into the gore to tell the story of...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Warner Bros, Dolby Vision, James, Brian De Palma, Argento, Joseph Bishara, De Palma, James Wan, Wan, Kirk Morri, Ingrid Bisu, Don Burgess, Malignant, Michael Clear

Pervert Produced Spare Key for Woman’s Residence to Steal Her Pantsu

A 38-year-old delinquent was arrested after it was found he invaded the home of a woman two years ago for the purpose of thieving her pantsu, a task the deranged man accomplished by producing a spare key for her home. Male criminal Noriaki Horage broke into a Chiba residence belonging to a woman aged in […]
Tags: Japan, Crime, Theft, Bizarre, Tokyo, Anime, Fetish, Chiba, Pantsu, Noriaki Horage

Working 9 to 5 by Giacomo Gambineri in The Post

Working 9 to 5 Giacomo Gambineri Washington Post July 23 2021 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/interactive/2021/return-to-the-office/ From the artist: "I wanted to show a sort of balance between the two experiences of working from home versus the office. On paper, staying at home may still look like the most charming option (meaning: snooze fest) even if we all learned there are many sneaky downsides of smart working. I have a w...
Tags: Post, Comics, Mike Rhode, Giacomo Gambineri, Giacomo Gambineri Washington Post

Aug 6-8: Otakon in DC and August 7: Carroll County Comic Book & Nostalgia Show

August 6-8: Otakon https://scoop.previewsworld.com/Home/4/1/73/1015?ArticleID=253213  Otakon is back on August 6-8, 2021, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 801 Mt. Vernon Place NW in Washington, DC. Featured guests are Laura Post (Persona 5 Royal), Joe Zieja and Zach Aguilar (Fire Emblem Three Houses), Adam McArthur (Star vs. The Forces of Evil), Kaiji Tang (Gantz: O), Ricco Fajardo (Cruel ...
Tags: Comics, Washington Dc, Dc, Walter, Finksburg, Washington Convention Center, Mike Rhode, Mt Vernon Place NW, Laura Post Persona, Joe Zieja, Zach Aguilar, Adam McArthur Star, Kaiji Tang Gantz, Ricco Fajardo, Anne Yatco Jujutsu Kaisen Eric Roth, Abby Trott Carmen Sandiego

Horror Directors Scott Derrickson and Timo Tjahjanto Are Teaming Up on a Mysterious New Project

Fan-favorite horror director Scott Derrickson has joined forces again with his Doctor Strange, Sinister, and The Black Phone co-writer C. Robert Cargill for a new horror project — this time with the king of Indonesian horror cinema, Timo Tjahjanto. Derrickson teased the new project on Twitter today with a screenshot from Tjahjanto’s Instagram. The teaser image featured a very intentionally placed skull emoji censoring out part of the film’s official title and a snake emoji blocking out the end...
Tags: Asia, Movies, News, Indonesia, Netflix, Philadelphia, Cargill, Busan, Scott Derrickson, James Wan, Robert Cargill, Derrickson, Timo Tjahjanto, Tjahjanto, Mo Brothers, Kimo Stamboel

New ‘Paranormal Activity’ Already Finished, Will Reboot the Franchise

If you thought the Paranormal Activity franchise ran its course then you weren’t alone. Even mega-producer Jason Blum said it was tired and done and he built his empire on the back of the crazy profits of those uber-cheap and successful films. So, if you’re surprised that we have another one en route after hearing Blum describe the series as “tired” you’re not crazy. But apparently, it won’t be the same old same old this time. Collider talked with Blum and asked for a Paranormal update and bo...
Tags: Movies, News, Jason Blum, Collider, Blum, Will Eubank, Christopher Landon

Watch the ‘Fear Street’ Cast Answer Spoilery Questions in New Video

It has been a week since the Fear Street Trilogy wrapped up and that might as well be a decade in spoiler terms, so naturally, it’s time for the show’s creator Leigh Janiak and a good chunk of the cast to answer some spoilery questions about the three films. Remember, There are Spoilers! Netflix has released a little Zoom compilation with the cast and creator of Fear Street to address some spoiler-heavy questions about the films, which is a move that makes me strangely nostalgic for the gl...
Tags: Movies, News, Goode, Freddy Krueger, Pixies, Leigh Janiak, Janiak

‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2’ Could Feature the Return of Jake Johnson’s Peter B. Parker

Who’s the best movie Spider-Man: Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield or Tom Holland? Let’s not limit ourselves to live-action. What about the animated Miles Morales, voiced by Shameik Moore ? Holland is my personal favorite, but if you answered Jake Johnson , then ring-a-ding-ding — you might be in for a treat. Because it looks like Johnson may (emphasis on “may”) be returning for the sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse . Via Comic Book , Johnson recently appeared on  The Mo...
Tags: Movies, News, Holland, Johnson, Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire, Miles, Tom Holland, Miles Morales, Jake Johnson, Mary Jane Watson, Shameik Moore, Peter B Parker

The Fear Street Trilogy Stars Reveal Easter Eggs and Bloopers at SDCC 2021

Those Fear Street Shadysiders are at it again. First they beat the curse of Sarah Fier and saved their whole town in a three-part story told across time. And just now, they reunited at San Diego Comic-Con @ Home to discuss how it all went down. Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Netflix, San Diego, Sam, Scream, Goode, Deena, RL Stine, Leigh Janiak, Benjamin Flores Jr, Fear Street, R L Stine, Kiana Madeira, Ashley Zukerman, Creative Works

Arcueid Brunestud Charging Headfirst Into Melty Blood: Type Lumina

Arcueid Brunestud of Tsukihime fame is entering into Melty Blood: Type Lumina, a fighting game that will surely have enthusiasts wondering whether or not the title will end up gaining a large esports scene (and subsequently if any sexy females will be censored as a result). Arcueid’s character description from the game’s website: “A royal […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Anime, Fighting Games, Image Gallery, Type Moon, Melty Blood, Arcueid Brunestud, Arcueid

Shudder's V/H/S/94 Hopes to Revitalize Found-Footage Horror

V/H/S is one of those horror franchises that’s kept going but may be off the radar for all but the most devoted fans—after the 2012 original, there’s also 2013's V/H/S2 and 2014's V/H/S: Viral, plus a spin-off and a miniseries that was released on Snapchat. But the found-footage anthology series, which taps a wide…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Snapchat, VHS, OJ, Frankenstein, Tonya Harding, Nancy Kerrigan, Simon Barrett, Shudder, Jennifer Reeder, Brad Miska, Ryan Prows, Timo Tjahjanto, Chloe Okuno, Josh Goldbloom

Superhero Bits: Did Steve Rogers Lose His Virginity, The Fate of Margot Robbie’s ‘Suicide Squad’ Rat & More

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.) In this edition of Superhero Bits: Watch a new clip from Batman: The Long Halloween Part II Check out upcoming Marvel collectibles from Hot Toys Find out what happened to Margot Robbie‘s pet rat from Suici...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Jimmy Kimmel, Superman, Dc Comics, America, Los Angeles, Walmart, Features, Gotham, Guillermo Del Toro, Suicide Squad, Justice League, Gotham City, Bruce Wayne

We Know What You’re Watching This Fall: Amazon’s ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ Series

The time for teen slasher throwbacks is upon us. Some of those throwbacks, like Netflix’s Fear Street trilogy, are carving out their own identity with semi-original new stories while openly homaging what’s come before them. Others, like Paramount’s upcoming Scream reboot, are going straight back to the well of tried-and-true properties with built-in name recognition at the ’90s multiplex. Amazon’s I Know What You Did Last Summer series is among the latter. It’s being co-produced by James Wan an...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, News, Minnesota, Netflix, Paramount, Robert Rodriguez, Williamson, Dusk Till Dawn, Collider, Amazon Studios, Kevin Williamson, Wes Craven, Freddie Prinze Jr, James Wan, Lois Duncan

Artist Dash Snow Profiled in 'Moments Like This Never Last' Trailer

"Being free, to Dash, was everything." Utopia Media has debuted an official trailer for a documentary called Moments Like This Never Last, a profile of the New York artist Dash Snow. Directed by photographer Cheryl Dunn, this first premiered last year at DOC NYC and is getting a small theatrical release (in NY & LA) next month. Snow rejected a life of privilege to make his own way as an artist on the streets of downtown New York City in the late 1990s. Developing from a notorious graffiti ta...
Tags: New York, Movies, Trailer, New York City, Documentaries, Doc Nyc, Neville Wakefield, To Watch, Jeffrey Deitch, Larry Clark, Cheryl Dunn, Ryan McGinley, Dan Colen

The 91 best movies on Hulu right now

From award-winning dramas to the latest hits, Hulu has an awesome collection of movies. We've put together the best films currently available on the streamer.
Tags: Entertainment, Trends, Home Theater, What To Watch, Streaming, Hulu, Movies and TV, Movies & TV

Where You Can Stream Every Indiana Jones Movie

(Welcome to Where to Watch, which provides a clear and simple answer to the question, “Hey, where can I watch this thing?” In this edition: the Indiana Jones franchise.) Do you have a hankering to go on an archaeological adventure, but don’t have the cash to fly to an international locale and start excavating dig sites? Are you looking to live vicariously through someone who punches Nazis in the face? Or are you just thirsty for Harrison Ford? There’s one film franchise that checks all of those...
Tags: Movies, Raiders, Showtime, James Bond, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, George Lucas, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Sean Connery, Showtime Anytime, Kate Capshaw, Mutt Williams, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Crystal Skull Where

Dead Space Remake Will Not Have Camera Cuts or Microtransactions

Dead Space 3 disappointed fans for many reasons and one of those reasons was its inclusion use of microtransactions. Electronic Arts was heavily criticized for its reliance of in-game purchases after that as well, but the upcoming Dead Space remake won’t contain any microtransactions as well as any camera cuts. EA revealed this through an interview with IGN. In it, EA Chief Studios Officer Laura Miele explained that this type of business model is not fit for every game and it’s all about matchin...
Tags: Games, Movies, Horror, EA, Fifa, Electronic Arts, Respawn Entertainment, ComingSoon, Video Game News, Laura Miele, Motive Studios, Dead-space, Dead Space Remake

Peach Boy Riverside Has a Taste for Gore & Violence

Peach Boy Riverside has detailed the innocent interactions between pretty blonde Sally and the purple-haired Mikoto, the two looking to be bonding quite well before the final happening of the episode where a great deal of violence and killing takes place. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Anime, Tentacles, Blood, Furries, Gore, Sally, Moe, Guro, Oppai, Image Gallery, Twintails, Asahi Production, Peach Boy Riverside

The Human Conditions: Oscar Sharp, Damon Lindelof & Matt Reeves Developing HBO Max Medical Drama

BAFTA-nominated filmmaker Oscar Sharp (The Karman Line) is teaming up with Emmy winner Damon Lindelof (Watchmen, Lost) and The Batman’s Matt Reeves on an HBO Max medical drama series titled The Human Conditions (via Deadline). RELATED: HBO Max Orders Batman: Caped Crusader Animated Series The Human Conditions is an original series that follows a young British doctor who must learn to treat impossible, fantastical illnesses by healing the emotional issues that underlie them — and confronting her ...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Drama, Idaho, TV News, BAFTA, Sharp, Streaming, Batman, Damon Lindelof, Warner Bros Television, Mrs Davis, John Woodward, Lindelof, Matt Reeves

Interview: Thomasin McKenzie Talks Old, Its Challenging Filming

M. Night Shyamalan’s latest thriller Old releases in theaters this Friday, July 23. The film stars Gael García Bernal, Vicky Krieps, Alex Wolff, and Thomasin McKenzie as a family whose vacation goes deadly wrong after they wind up on an inescapable beach that causes rapid aging. RELATED: Alex Wolff Interview – Playing a Kid in Old, Getting to Work with M. Night Shyamalan “Visionary filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan unveils a chilling, mysterious new thriller about a family on a tropical holiday who d...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Interview, Horror, M. Night Shyamalan, Dominican Republic, Maddox, ComingSoon, Alex Wolff, Thomasin McKenzie, Movie Features, Tyler Treese, Gael García Bernal Vicky Krieps Alex Wolff

‘Captain America: The First Avenger’ Originally Ended With Cap Fighting a Giant Nazi Robot

Ten years ago, Captain America made his MCU debut with his pinstripe torso and a star on his chest. The world’s first superhero, Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) had heart long before he got the physical ability to fight for justice, which made him the perfect person to lead the Avengers. But way before universe-shattering calamities like Thanos’ infinity gauntlet or even aliens attacking Earth, Cap was dealing with manageable, small-time evil — ya know, like Nazis. Captain America: The First Aven...
Tags: Movies, News, Nazis, America, Evans, Chris Evans, Captain America, Steve, Hydra, Loki, Cap, Markus, Steve Rogers, MCU, Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely

Interview: Emile Hirsch Talks Midnight in the Switchgrass, Working With Megan Fox

Based on a true story, the film Midnight in the Switchgrass chronicles the serial abductions and murders of young women and the FBI agents that are trying to stop them. The directorial debut of Randall Emmett, the film stars Bruce Willis, Megan Fox, Emile Hirsch, Lukas Haas, and Caitlin Carmichael. It’s out in theaters and on demand on Friday, July 23, and releases on Blu-ray and DVD on July 27. RELATED: Interview: Caitlin Carmichael Discusses Midnight in the Switchgrass’ True Story “While in Fl...
Tags: Florida, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Interview, Fbi, Guillermo Del Toro, Alan, Emile Hirsch, Bruce Willis, Bruce, Megan, Crawford, Guillermo, Lombardo, Hirsch

Pam Grier Joins Paramount+’s Pet Sematary Horror Prequel

Icon Pam Grier (Jackie Brown) has joined Paramount’s Pet Sematary prequel horror movie, joining Jackson White as a young Jud Crandall, Forrest Goodluck, Jack Mulhern, Natalie Alyn Lind, and Isabella Star LeBlanc (via Variety). RELATED: Blumhouse’s Firestarter Remake Wraps Production Screenwriter Lindsey Beer (Sierra Burgess Is a Loser, The Magic Order, Bambi) is set to helm the next installment, which will serve as her directorial debut. The movie is a follow-up adaptation of the 2019 horror mov...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Stephen King, Streaming, Paramount Pictures, Adrien Brody, Louis, Epix, Blumhouse, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Pam Grier, ComingSoon, Movie News, Jackson White, Dennis Widmyer, Kevin Kolsch

Low-income tenants sue developer, allege ‘poor door’ discrimination

Tenants who won a lottery to live at Fifteen Hudson Yards are suing the developer for violating New York City's "poor door" ban, which bans separate entrances for low-income residents.
Tags: Regulations, Select, 15 Hudson Yards, Fair Housing Act, Fair housing regulations, New York Post, NYC luxury real estate, NYC Real Estate

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