The 12 Best Action Movies On Amazon Prime Right Now

Ever since "Iron Man," studios have been trying, almost like clockwork, to make action movies using the Marvel formula. "The Suicide Squad" was just "Guardians of the Galaxy" with bad dudes. "Justice League" was "The Avengers," but worse. And every A-list actor under the sun has suddenly tried to become a money-making superhero. Aside from the flying cars of the "Fast & Furious" franchise and the occasional chapter of "John Wick" or "Mission: Impossible," superhero films rule the day, action-wis...
Tags: Amazon, Bob Odenkirk, New York, Movies, Washington, Boston, America, Reagan, Ford, New Jersey, Clint Eastwood, Broadway, Suicide Squad, Justice League, Liam Neeson, Harry

RM Rhodes on Paul Kirchner’s “The Bus”

The Everyman Commuter: On Paul Kirchner's "The Bus" RM Rhodes NeoText September 2021https://neotextcorp.com/culture/the-everyman-commuter-on-paul-kirchners-the-bus/ Paul Kirchner&...
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More Warren Bernard videos on Cartoonist Kayfabe

Art Spiegelman's MAUS - Pulitzer Prize Winning graphic novel about the Holocaust Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, Warren Bernard and Tom Scioli Aug 29, 2021 Cartoonist Kayfabe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=At32JFtbavE How to Draw Comics the U.S. Army Way? Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, Warren Bernard and Tom Scioli Sep 2, 2021 Cartoonist ...
Tags: Comics, Bernard, Spiegelman, Mike Rhode, Tom Scioli, Kayfabe, Ed Piskor Jim Rugg Warren Bernard, Draw Comics the U S Army Way, Rarest Star Wars Trilogy of Comics

Oct 19: Harmony Becker, Himawari House, with Sloane Leong

Virtual Event: Harmony Becker, Himawari House, with Sloane Leong Tuesday Oct 19 2021  7:00 PM EDT East City Bookshop welcomes Harmony Becker with her new book Himawari House in conversation with Sloane Leong.Tickets are available via Eventbrite here. Registration is required.  About  Himawari House  A young adult graphic novel about three foreign exchange students and the pleasures, and difficulties, of adjusting to living in Japan.Living in a new country is no walk in the park—Nao...
Tags: Comics, Japan, Mexico, Tokyo, Portland Oregon, Eventbrite, Nao, Cincinnati Ohio, Tina, George Takei, Mike Rhode, East City Bookshop, Sloane Leong, Harmony Becker, Harmony Becker Himawari House, Himawari House

The history of US Government propaganda comics

When Comic Books Were America's Secret Superpower The cheaply produced, easily digestible stories were once the perfect cover for state-produced propaganda. By Rebecca Onion Aug 27, 2021 https://slate.com/culture/2021/08/american-comic-book-propaganda.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
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New Notfrombrazil graphic novel out from Vanessa Bettencourt

Vanessa sent me a copy of her slim NYC travelogue, about a pre-covid visit by her Portuguese mom and brother to America - their first time in NYC. I enjoyed it quite a bit - Vanessa used to live in Alexandria, so I know her personally and her webcomic. I also really enjoy slice-of-life and travel books, and she's in the great tradition of Mark Twain even if going in the opposite direction. The post-trip covid-19 notes gave the book an unfortunate current relevance. I'm continually amaz...
Tags: Comics, America, Mark Twain, Alexandria, Vanessa, Mike Rhode, Vanessa Bettencourt

NPR on Shang-Chi, What If...? and Q-Force

'Q-Force' Trafficks In Queer Stereotypes — Then Drives Through Them Glen Weldon Pop Culture Happy Hour September 2, 2021 https://www.npr.org/2021/09/02/1032850162/q-force-trafficks-in-queer-stereotypes-then-drives-through-them The Mighty Marvel Mashups Of 'What If...?' Glen Weldon, Christina Tucker ...
Tags: Comics, Npr, Glen Weldon, Mike Rhode, Shang Chi, Glen Weldon Christina Tucker, Stephen Thompson Daisy Rosario Mallory Yu, Laura Sirikul

Betancourt talks Shang-Chi

In 'Shang-Chi,' Simu Liu finally gets the role he always wanted David Betancourt Washington Post September 2 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/09/02/simu-liu-shang-chi/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Betancourt, Mike Rhode, Shang Chi, David Betancourt Washington Post, Shang Chi Simu Liu

Yuru Camp Have a Nice Day OP Sequence Perfectly Moe

Yuru Camp Have a Nice Day, a visual novel starring the camp-loving girls of Yuru Camp, has released its opening sequence to prospective buyers, promising a comforting tale full of happiness, warmth, and the joy of camping, exactly what watchers of the anime were probably most wanting. The opening sequence that will surely have admirers […]
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First Trailer and Poster for Kenneth Branagh’s BELFAST

Branagh's drama is in UK/ROI cinemas this November. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Dune Director Denis Villeneuve On How You Design A Sandworm

Something that "Dune" fans may be most interested to see in director Denis Villeneuve's film adaptation of Frank Herbert's classic science fiction novel is the sandworms. These giant creatures burrow up from the ground on the desert planet Arrakis. We already got our first look at one last year in the trailer for "Dune."This week, "Dune" made its world premiere at the Venice International Film Festival. /Film's Marshall Staffer gave it a glowing review. Our own Vanessa Armstrong also attended a ...
Tags: Movies, News, House, Venice, Oscar Isaac, Dune, Frank Herbert, Villeneuve, Denis Villeneuve, Patrice, Vanessa Armstrong, SlashFilm, Patrice Vermette, HBO Max Read, Sardaukar, Harkonnen

The Medium Is More Evidence That Bloober Probably Can’t Handle Silent Hill

The Medium, in many ways, feels like an interactive pitch document Bloober Team made for Konami in order to get the greenlight for a Silent Hill game. The two entities are collaborating on something and all signs (including a VideoGamesChronicle report) are pointing to it actually being another entry in the dormant horror series. But The Medium (which was just ported to PlayStation 5) isn’t proof the Polish team should be given the keys to Konami’s franchise. Instead, it’s just another example o...
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The Girl From Plainville: 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.)The casting of Chloë Sevigny opposite Elle Fanning in "The Girl from Plainville" has put this future streaming series on our radar, and maybe on yours as well. It's based on the real-life case of a young woman who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for encouraging her boyfriend via text to commit suicide. The case has alre...
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'Salem's Lot Movie Has The Good Taste To Cast Alfre Woodard

The hits just keep on coming with Gary Dauberman's "'Salem's Lot." The more we hear about the cast, the better it sounds. That latest wonderful character actor to join up for this Stephen King vampire tale is none other than Alfre Woodard ("Luke Cage" and "Clemency"). She'll be playing the role of Dr. Cody, an ally of the young writer at the center of this story as he uncovers the dirty, blood-thirsty secret of the tiny town of 'Salem's Lot.Woodward joins Lewis Pullman, who is playing Ben Mears ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Stephen King, Maine, Salem, Alfre Woodard, Rebecca Ferguson, King, Jacob Tremblay, Clark, Woodward, Cody, Woodard, Petrie, Mike Flanagan

Kristen Stewart Felt "Taller" Playing Princess Diana In Spencer

You might've noticed that Kristen Stewart's face is making the rounds on social media this week, alongside a litany of praise for her acting abilities. Honestly, this should just be a weekly routine — let us always talk up the incredible talent of Kristen Stewart. But this particular wave of praise was not apropos of nothing.The reason behind all the chatter is simple: Stewart's highly anticipated portrayal of Princess Diana has finally been seen by people (who are unfortunately not me). "Spence...
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Jubunnoichi no Hanayome Ero-Manga Emotionally Makes Love Outside

The sweet and romantic Jubunnoichi no Hanayome has continued to be wholesome (as far as sex and romance goes) as the latest volume of the manga has the male breeding the many female characters yet again, the emotions definitely running high as the sex even happens outside. Manga readers looking for a series that has […]
Tags: Romance, Wedding, Anime, Bathing, Manga, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, Ero-manga, Jubunnoichi no Hanayome

The 15 Scariest Horror Movies On Hulu Right Now

Like most streaming services, Hulu is not the place to go if you're looking for older movies. Its 20th century horror selection is limited, at best. However, its selection of recent horror films (especially the smaller, independent films from the likes of Neon and IFC) is excellent. Hulu is also a great home for women-directed horror films, including "The Other Lamb," "Sea Fever," "Little Joe" and "Saint Maud" (to name some of the best ones). However, I have been tasked with choosing the scaries...
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Ani-Gamers Podcast #161 – Wow Cool Evangelion with Lynzee Loveridge

In this jam-packed episode, Evan and David enlist the help of Anime News Network's Lynzee Loveridge to say farewell to all of Evangelion . That's right, it's our review of Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0: Thrice Upon a Time ! Plus: the Eva Blu-ray news, The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles , Link's Awakening (the Game Boy Color version), and Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance . Topics include: wow cool robot, toxic wife guys, and RIP Blue Uru . Runtime:  1 hour, 55 minutes Direct Download RS...
Tags: Video Games, David, Anime, Zelda, Evan, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Evangelion, Evan Minto, Scott Gratton, Phoenix Wright, Anime News Network, Castlevania, Otaku USA Magazine David, Lynzee, Lynzee Loveridge, Twitch Evan

Shang-Chi Director Destin Daniel Cretton Directed One Key Scene From His iPhone

Directing a Marvel tentpole comes with a whole flurry of complications. The enormous blockbusters demand filmmakers juggle a giant crew and lots of extended universe madness. If that's not crazy enough, there's all the secrecy they have to worry about on top of that. Adding to the pile is the general chaos of this past year.The latest MCU film "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" dealt with some very special pandemic-related obstacles. Its 2020 production halted due to COVID-19, causing a...
Tags: Movies, News, MCU, Destin Daniel Cretton, SlashFilm, Tony Leung, Cretton, Shang Chi, Shang Chi Director Destin Daniel Cretton, CinemaBlend Shang Chi

New Lord of the Rings Stamps Will Get Your Mail to Mordor

There are many, many reasons to think about moving to New Zealand. The gorgeous scenery. The wonderful people. The impressive response to the covid-19 pandemic. And, now, add to that list you can send your mail with some of the most gorgeous Lord of the Rings stamps imaginable.Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Films, New Zealand, Paper, Peter Jackson, Jrr Tolkien, Postage Stamp, The Lord Of The Rings, Film Series, The Lord Of The Rings The Fellowship Of The Ring, Sacha Lees

Insecure Season 5: 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.)Anyone else feeling lowkey sad? The news that season 5 would be the last for HBO's "Insecure" really hits hard — it's always sad when a good show comes to an end. But before we say our tearful goodbyes to Issa and the rest of her crew, we have one more season to see where everyone's lives will shake out. Hold back your tears and ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Molly, Solange Knowles, Larry Wilmore, Lawrence, Tiffany, Rae, Issa, Courtney Taylor, Issa Rae, SlashFilm, Issa Issa Rae, Yvonne Orji, Jay Ellis

First Trailer for 'The Rescue' Doc About the 2018 Thai Cave Rescue

"Believe." NatGeo Docs has revealed an official trailer for a documentary film titled The Rescue, the latest film from Free Solo and Meru directors E. Chai Vasarhelyi & Jimmy Chin. This just premiered at the 2021 Telluride Film Festival to some rave reviews, calling this "heartstopping", "rousing" and "truly astonishing." You all know the story about the boys trapped inside a cave in Thailand in 2018, and the daring rescue to save them, as it was headline news for weeks straight. The doc fil...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Thailand, Documentaries, Royal Thai Navy, U S Special Forces, To Watch, Cave Rescue, Chai Vasarhelyi Jimmy Chin

The 15 Best Jackie Chan Movies Ranked

Any conversation about action cinema has to include the name Jackie Chan. It's a legal requirement. He's far from the only action star, but his accomplishments and influence on the genre are undeniable. While Chan's earliest films saw producers trying to make him into the next Bruce Lee, Chan found his own footing in the late '70s by blending creative choreography with humor. He's never looked back. From one of the best fight scenes of all time in "Wheels on Meals" (1984) to the epic stunts in "...
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Essential Movies About High School You Need To See

The high school experience is a fixture of coming-of-age films, as heightened emotional states and specific pressures give the transition from childhood to adulthood unlimited storytelling potential. Great high school movies cross many different genres, but always come down to the specific, yet somehow universal, challenges that teenagers face.John Hughes is the filmmaker most closely associated with high school movies thanks to his groundbreaking work in the '80s to accurately depict these pivo...
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Pollyanna McIntosh’s Jadis Returns in TWD: World Beyond Extended Trailer

The worlds of The Walking Dead universe are colliding once more as Pollyanna McIntosh’s Jadis, last seen rescuing Rick Grimes on a CRM helicopter in the TWD Season 9 episode “What Comes After,” was revealed in the extended trailer for the final season of The Walking Dead: World Beyond. RELATED: The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2 First Look Revealed McIntosh will reprise her role in the two-season spinoff series with a new look, sporting a haircut and a black Civic Republic Military uniform....
Tags: TV, Movies, Drama, The Walking Dead, Horror, Amc, TV News, Streaming, Mcintosh, Barca, FELIX, Silas, Leo Bennett, Grandin, Julia Ormond, Rick Grimes

Hacker-Themed Board Game

Black Hat is a hacker-themed board game. [Author: Bruce Schneier]
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The 92 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.
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Here's The Dune Moment Director Denis Villeneuve Wishes He Could've Included In The Movie

Director Denis Villeneuve's upcoming film adaptation of "Dune" includes all sorts of wild imagery from author Frank Herbert's seminal 1965 science fiction novel: massive sandworms, intricate costumes and weapons, and alien spacecraft that feel unique to the world Herbert created. But there was one element that Villeneuve could not figure out how to incorporate into the final cut of his movie: the baliset. What Is The Baliset? The baliset is a musical instrument similar to a lute or a zither, des...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, House, Josh Brolin, Venice, Warner Bros, Denis, Patrick Stewart, Oscar Isaac, David Lynch, Dune, Frank Herbert, Josh, PAUL, Llewyn Davis, Villeneuve

Dickinson Season 3 Will End The Show, Because It Could Not Stop For Death And Apple Kindly Stopped For It

"Dickinson" is coming to an end. The Apple TV+ series starring Hailee Steinfeld as a cool, hip, sexy Emily Dickinson will launch its third and final season this November. The third and final season will showcase Dickinson's most productive time as an artist, which just happens to be during the backdrop of the Civil War. Since its launch in 2019, the series has found a strong audience, earned good reviews, and taken home several awards and nominations, including a Peabody Award and a GLAAD Media ...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, News, America, Wiz Khalifa, Billy Eichner, Emily Dickinson, Hailee Steinfeld, Zosia Mamet, Sylvia Plath, Dickinson, Emily, Louisa May Alcott, HCA, Walt Whitman

Hurricane Ida Drowns New York City

The passage of Hurricane Ida in the West has wrought devastation, particularly New York as several videos surfaced online of the already destitute city becoming inundated, which some might at least agree will be effective at cleaning up the streets (in the most literal sense). A few videos depicting the watery effects of Hurricane Ida, […]
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