Yandere Simulator Spontaneously Nearing Completion

Yandere Simulator, a stealth title where players control a murderous yandere heroine, is nearly about to finish development after seven years, certain to leave many in shock considering the accusations of the game possessing clunky code. A blog post was made by the developer explaining the “10 Rivals Update”, which serves as the game’s main […]
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Cavna on Ed Asner in Up

Ed Asner's most beloved roles were curmudgeons with soft hearts [in print as Curmudgeon with a soft heart; Up animation] Michael Cavna Washington Post August 31, 2021 P C1, 2 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/08/30/ed-asner-mary-tyler-moore-lou-grant-up/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Amazing Adventures v4 #9 - John Byrne cover, Jack Kirby reprint

John Byrne Amazing Adventures v4 #9, 1980 - Reprinting the earliest adventures of the X-men, this series showcases silver age artwork by Jack Kirby. This issue's main story, featuring the return of Magneto, first appeared in X-men #5 (part one of two). John Byrne does a terrific interpretation of the 1960s team. While less defined than other inkers, Al Milgrom maintains the original intent of [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Intro Class

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Well-Endowed Eviltia Ero-Figure Quite the Nude Tease

Artist Kuuki Sato‘s original artwork of the female known as Eviltia has been transformed into a collectible, the ravishing woman wearing a succubus costume that has her breasts exposed to draw in unsuspecting males and sure to prove desirable, even amongst those unfamiliar with her origins – Eviltia can make a great addition to any […]
Tags: Artists, Anime, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Ero-figures, Cast-off, Original Figures, Pink Cat, Kuuki Sato, Eviltia

A Meaty Limerick

It appears that my project’s dead meat. But no worries; it’s not a defeat. I’ll continue to thrive Because beef that’s alive Is something that folks rarely eat.
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Rumors Suggest Sony Is Opening New Japanese Studio

Sony lost a lot of ground in Japan as it continued to double-down on Western interests, to the point where Xbox is seeing unprecedented success in a country where they historically failed, and Nintendo Switch titles make up an entire best-selling games list, a feat not seen in 33 years. Now, it is rumored Sony […]
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Blade Director Bassam Tariq Says the New Film Won't Be Boxed in By Marvel's Comics Canon

Of all the Marvel announcements made at San Diego Comic-Con back in 2019, none were quite as surprising as the news of a new Blade movie starring Mahershala Ali which director Bassam Tariq signed onto a few months later.Read more...
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How Costume Designers Hack Our Brains

By Tara Marie Published: September 05th, 2021
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Hello Kitty Dresses Like Naruto in New Funko Pop Set

In a move that is sure to surprise no one who is familiar with Funko’s ever-growing catalogue of figures, featuring characters from old movies to modern anime series, two very different series have been brought together in five different Pop figures. Funko has announced a crossover between Naruto and Hello Kitty, featuring Pop figures of […]
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Slaxx Giveaway – 3 DVD Copies of Shudder’s Killer Jeans Horror Film

What’s a better concept for a horror film than killer jeans? I’ll wait. Exactly, nothing, which is why ComingSoon is excited to team up with RLJE Films for a DVD giveaway of the Shudder release Slaxx. The film is out on VOD, Digital HD, and DVD on September 7, 2021. You can pre-order it now for $13.99. “A possessed pair of jeans is brought to life to punish the unscrupulous practices of a trendy clothing company,” says the official synopsis for Slaxx. “Shipped to the company’s flagship store, th...
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Interesting stuff from my inbox: SDR workship, Indian lighthouse activation, NIST emcomm software

I get a lot of interesting  things in my inbox. Here are three of the latest……..Dan SDR Workshop using the ADRV9002 Integrated RF Transceiver and GNU Radio Attendees of this webinar will learn about: The ADRV9002 Wideband Transceiver An introduction to development tools for ADRV9002, including the DataStorm DAQ FPGA platform How to setup the software environment for ADRV9002 applications on a Windows PC A Demonstration of GNU Radio working with DataStorm DAQ and the ADRV9002 AT8KLH – Kapp...
Tags: India, Radio, FPGA, NIST, PTT, GNU Radio, National Institute for Science and Technology, Operating, Building/Homebrew, Software-Defined Radio, Emergency Communications / Public Service, Lighthouses, Kappu, NISTS, Public Safety Communications Research

Interview: Director Andrew Baird Discusses the Astonishing World of Zone 414

Andrew Baird’s Zone 414, starring Guy Pearce and Matilda Anna Ingrid Lutz, is now available to purchase on digital platforms. Sporting a strong script by Bryan Edward Hill and packed with wondrous visuals and intriguing themes regarding artificial intelligence and the very nature of humanity, the film offers a unique look at an alternate future where technology has become the bane of existence; and mankind has all but relinquished emotion. Lucky for us, director Andrew Baird was on hand to discu...
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Married Couple Who Murdered High School Girl Were Allegedly Virtual YouTubers

A husband and wife have been arrested by police after it was learned they murdered a Tokyo high school girl who had been in a relationship with the husband on social media, with those online learning the criminal couple were also apparently virtual YouTubers. The wife (28-year-old Izumi) had become extremely jealous of the relationship […]
Tags: Japan, Murder, Crime, Relationships, Tokyo, Anime, Schoolgirls, Izumi, Yamanashi, Virtual YouTubers

Michael B. Jordan's 'Superman' Project Has The Potential To Be Pop Culture Defining

By Cezary Jan Strusiewicz Published: September 05th, 2021
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New Aquaman Suit Revealed By Director James Wan Takes A Cue From 1980s Comics

Director James Wan is currently in production on "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom," the sequel to the hit DC Comics blockbuster from 2018 starring Jason Momoa as the aquatic superhero. Though we've yet to get a proper first look from the film's set, it looks like the filmmaker could be trying to get ahead of any spy photos that may emerge from the set by revealing the new Aquaman suit that Jason Momoa will be wearing in the sequel. It's quite a drastic change from the classic suit with the latest d...
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‘1 Year Down, Many To Go!’ Jordyn Woods And Karl-Anthony Towns Discuss About How They Went From Friends To Booed Up

Karl-Anthony Towns was a special guest on Jordyn Woods' Instagram series "Regular-ish" to discuss how their relationship started and their secret to keeping it going strong.
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Gene Hackman And Dan Aykroyd's Forgotten (And Awful) Buddy Cop Movie

By JM McNab Published: September 05th, 2021
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Hellbound Trailer: Train To Busan Director Sends Us Straight To Hell In Netflix Horror Series

It's film festival season, and while all eyes are on Venice right now, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is also gearing up for its start date on September 10. One of the things screening in Toronto this year is "Hellbound," a new Netflix series from "Train to Busan" director Yeon Sang-ho. It's based on "The Hell," a webtoon, or digital comic, that he co-wrote with Choi Kyu-seok, who also served as illustrator.The TIFF page for "Hellbound" likens the webtoon to a storyboard for the ...
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Parks And Recreation Is *Literally* Getting A New Podcast Hosted By Rob Lowe

"Parks and Recreation" came to an end over six years ago, but fans will soon be able to take a fond look back at the time they spent in Pawnee, Indiana.Rob Lowe, who played the endlessly enthusiastic and freakishly fit Chris Traeger on the NBC comedy series, is teaming up with Emmy-winning producer and writer Alan Yang (who was also the bassist for Mouserat) for a new podcast that will provide an informative and nostalgic look back at "Parks and Recreation." Cleverly titled "Parks and Recollecti...
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The turbulent love lives of two musicians in Texas. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Re-Release Review - THE SERVANT

A wealthy young man hires a servant, unaware he has ulterior motives. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Nekopara Chocola Ero-Cosplay by Shirokitsune Eager for Mating Season

The sweet and innocent Chocola of supremely well-received cat girl eroge Nekopara has come to life through the magic of cosplayer Shirokitsune, the woman donning a rather skimpy outfit and eventually exposing her bosom to encourage males into becoming mates and sure to have them looking forward to breeding her. The nude cosplay might have […]
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The most watched shows on Netflix last month, including 'The Chair' and 'Manifest'

"The Chair." Netflix The streaming search engine Reelgood compiled for Insider a list of the TV shows that were most prominent on Netflix's daily top-10 lists in August. Netflix counts a view if an account watches a movie or TV show for at least two minutes. "Manifest," which NBC canceled in June, was among the most watched shows on the streamer last month. Netflix recently revived the series for a fourth and final season. See more stories on Insider's business page. 9. "The C...
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Weird Movie of the Week: Black Devil Doll from Hell

Last time on Weird Movie of the Week, we found a tale of forbidden love between people named Obama and Osama. Alas, that turned out to be a bit of a dud. This time, we’ve got a Black Devil Doll from Hell: A woman buys a doll at a magic shop. Unbeknownst to her, the doll is possessed by an evil spirit, and it proceeds to take her over. I know, that doesn’t sound all that weird. Par for the killer dummy/doll genre course. It turns out that the basic description leaves out some things. A revi...
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Hanyou no Yashahime Collaboration Cafe Definitely Sweet & Delectable

Hanyou no Yashahime is holding a cafe collaboration in honor of its upcoming second anime season, with various dishes and drinks based on the show being available alongside appropriate purchasable goods as per usual that dedicated otaku will find to be mandatory collectibles. Three PARCO stores in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya will be participating in […]
Tags: Food, Marketing, Illustration, Anime, Announcements, Cafe, Nagoya, Parco, Tokyo Osaka, Image Gallery, Anime Goods, Inuyasha, Yashahime

How to Make a Cheap Mirror Look Like a Pricey Antique

Mirrors are a timeless piece of home decor, and for good reason. Not only can they make smaller spaces appear larger, and amplify a room’s natural light, they can also blend in seamlessly with almost any design style. Read more...
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Honourable Mention: The Watch

There is some controversy surrounding the 2020 (just) BBC adaptation of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld (the show doesn’t adapt a single novel but elements of a couple of the novels based on the Ankh-Morpork city watch) but realigns it out of the author's sword & sorcery fantasy setting and into something that veers between urban fantasy and cyber-punk (I’d have said steampunk, almost, but it isn’t really that and it has an inconsistent mix of magic and technology). The opening title suggestion tha...
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4 Classic Childhood Movies That Got Suprising Stealth Sequels

By Tara Marie Published: September 05th, 2021
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Old-Timey Robbers Blinded Their Victim With Molasses

By Ryan Menezes Published: September 05th, 2021
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