First Trailer for Comic Irish Thriller DEADLY CUTS

The Dublin-set comedy comes to UK/ROI cinemas in October. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New Trailer and Poster for RIDE THE EAGLE, Starring Jake Johnson

The indie comedy comes to UK/ROI VOD in October. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "Happy Trails"

From Mike Flugennock, DC's anarchist cartoonist on Sun, Sep 5, 2021 "Happy Trails" http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=3306 Is it just me, or has The Atlantic become our one-stop shop for  tone-deaf shit takes? My current favorite clunker concerns the fascist  abortion law in Texas, and its potential to turn out the vote for the  Democrats. Yeah, that's right — Texas has gone full-on fascist with  this shit, a fistful of other states are reportedly considering going  that way, ...
Tags: Comics, Texas, Atlantic, Party, Happy Trails, Mike Rhode, Mike Flugennock, Elaine Godfrey, Roy Rogers Show

The Post's Shang-Chi review, a few days late

Marvel's 'Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings' breaks new ground, and has fun doing so [in print as Marvel's latest is actually a kick to watch] Michael O'Sullivan Washington Post September 3 2021, p. Weekend 18, 20 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide/movies/shang-chi-and-the-legend-of-the-ten-rings-movie-review/2021/08/20/6083ca02-00f7-11ec-a664-4f6de3e17ff0_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Post, Comics, Mike Rhode, Michael O Sullivan Washington Post, Shang Chi

That darn Prickly City & Candorville

Opinion: A poignant question in the funny pages [ Scott Stantis  "Prickly City" letter] David Garner, Woodbridge Washington Post September 6 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editor/a-poignant-question-in-the-funny-pages/2021/09/06/dce8c8d6-0c0f-11ec-a7c8-61bb7b3bf628_story.html Drawing a reasonable conclusion ["Candorville" letter] Vince Krevinas, Fairfax Washington Post September 6 2021 p. A17 online at https://www.washi...
Tags: Comics, David Garner, Mike Rhode, Candorville, Prickly City, Woodbridge Washington Post, Vince Krevinas, Fairfax Washington Post

Mysteries of Unexplored Worlds #8 - Steve Ditko art

Mysteries of Unexplored Worlds #8Mysteries of Unexplored Worlds v1 #8, 1958 - A mutiny aboard a spaceship results in the captain being sent out into the void. Steve Ditko's initial panels simulate the vast openness of space, while subsequent pages are far more detailed. Both his drawings and varying layouts display the artist's high level of enthusiasm. Other artists in this issue include Bill [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Tame Anubis Girl Thoroughly Bred in Erotic Animation

Those who can tolerate furry girls might be interested in this perverse animation where an Anubis girl is held and penetrated, the quality bound to make the work highly stimulating for even those that don’t prefer the furry fetish. The stellar animation also comes with naughty voice acting, a trait that may enhance the experience […]
Tags: Parody, Artists, Anime, Furries, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Voluptuous

5 Ways To Promote Your New Film

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Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained

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Underground Back in Print at End of Month

Underground was a miniseries, later collection, written by Jeff Parker, illustrated by Steve Lieber, colored by Ron Chan, and published by Image Comics back in 2010. I enjoyed the adventure story, about two rangers playing cat-and-mouse in a disputed cave system with those who are trying to kill them. The local businessman wants to turn it into a tourist attraction, regardless of what that would do to the ecosystem. He sends some hired hands to start the destruction, and when [...]
Tags: Comics, Jeff Parker, Comic News, Steve Lieber, Ron Chan

Former PlayStation CEO Believes Video Game Industry Untenable

It’s no secret that the cost of game development is increasing, as the cost to create giant open worlds full of things to occupy players is not cheap, and a number of people fixate on the graphical fidelity of such grandiose worlds. PlayStation’s former CEO Shawn Layden discussed the big budgets that AAA PlayStation 4 […]
Tags: Business, Games, Money, Playstation, Anime, Shawn Layden

Yixiaoyangze’s Striking Tifa Lockhart Cosplay a Total Knockout

Yixiaoyangze put in commendable effort once again to show that Tifa Lockhart, the legendary martial arts maiden of Final Fantasy VII, is as sensual as she is dangerous, her cosplay set also involving other clothing that males might find stimulating. Tifa strikes numerous sexy poses as she removes more and more of her already revealing […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Cosplay, Remakes, Final Fantasy Vii, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, TIFA, Tifa Lockhart, Tifa Lockhart Cosplay, Yixiaoyangze

Save the Whales! Official Trailer for 'Last of the Right Whales' Doc

"How important are these animals to us?" Very important! Don't let them disappear forever! IndieCan Ent. and HitPlay Productions have revealed an early promo trailer for a documentary film called Last of the Right Whales, made by award-winning filmmaker Nadine Pequeneza. I keep confusing the title as "The Last Rights" but it's actually about the endangered species of whale known as the North Atlantic right whales - which are dying faster than they can reproduce. With less than 400 remaining,...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Canada, Documentaries, North Atlantic, Cbc, Don, To Watch, Nadine Pequeneza

First Trailer for Lockdown-Busting Road Trip Comedy 'Stop and Go'

"We just gotta focus!" Decal Releasing has debuted an official trailer for an indie road trip comedy titled Stop and Go - which is the update release title for the film that initially premiered at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival under the name Recovery. This coronavirus pandemic road trip comedy is about two directionless sisters who break out of lockdown and decide to brave a cross-country road trip to rescue their grandmother from a COVID outbreak at her nursing home. Described as a "raucous r...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Jamie, Blake, Indies, To Watch, Mallory Everton, Dora McDonald

Tuesday, September 7 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for September 7, 2021: Filming in California Project: Speedwell Location: 506 S Grand Ave.; 220 S Spring St., Los Angeles  TV Series: Super Pumped Location: 707 S Grand Ave., Los Angeles  Filming in Illinois TV Series: 61st St Location: 333 S. Ashland, Chicago (until Sept. 8th) TV Series: Chicago […] The post Tuesday, September 7 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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17 Bloody Great Horror Movie Part 2s

is a low-budget horror classic. Its sequel, conveniently titled Evil Dead II, came out six years after the original and is also a classic—an amped-up version of the first film that adds more humor and gore with the help of a larger budget. However, not every “part 2” in the scary-movie realm manages to…Read more...
Tags: Halloween, Science, Films, Thrillers, Dennis Hopper, Chucky, Ed, Sandman, Bruce Campbell, Pinhead, Hellraiser, Kane, Scream, Mike, Stephen Spielberg, Frankenstein

Fun Trailer for Lockdown-Busting Road Trip Comedy 'Stop and Go'

"We just gotta focus!" Decal Releasing has debuted an official trailer for an indie road trip comedy titled Stop and Go - which is the update release title for the film that initially premiered at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival under the name Recovery. This coronavirus pandemic road trip comedy is about two directionless sisters who break out of lockdown and decide to brave a cross-country road trip to rescue their grandmother from a COVID outbreak at her nursing home. Described as a "raucous r...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Jamie, Blake, Indies, To Watch, Mallory Everton, Dora McDonald

House of Leaves Just Blew Us Away, Again

Did you hear that one about the book that’s about a man reading a manuscript about a movie that doesn’t exist? Read more...
Tags: Science, Note, Films, It, Literature, Johnny, La Strada, Mark Z Danielewski, House Of Leaves, Will Navidson, Creative Works, Entertainment Culture

Crowdfunding: Dracula: City of Bats

It’s always an honour when filmmakers, be they established or aspiring, contact me and tell me that they are a fan of this blog. Today I received a mail from Giovanni from Giovanni Produzione telling me about the vampire project he is working on, along with the teaser trailer. Turns out the film is being crowdsourced, and the final film will be in Spanish with subtitles (English at the very least) in an attempt to reach as wide an audience as possible. The synopsis is: Five young friends living...
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Live Action Netflix One Piece Showrunner Compares Luffy to Kamala Harris

The fate of the live action One Piece Netflix series looks to already be sealed as the showrunner, Steven Maeda, is already making suspect social media posts comparing One Piece characters to political figures, certain to have some wondering if he is merely making jokes or if similar irrelevant nonsense will end up in the […]
Tags: Politics, Usa, Movies, Netflix, Anime, Comparison, Kamala Harris, Live Action, Luffy, One Piece, Steven Maeda

Chicago Security Guard Shot Man Three Times for Not Wearing Mask

A security guard for a liquor store was arrested after he quite rashly shot a customer three times because they were not wearing a mask to protect from the Chinese Coronavirus, the shooter being a four-time convicted felon who was not allowed to wield a weapon. 42-year-old security guard Chester Holmes, a four-time convicted felon […]
Tags: Health, Usa, Crime, Guns, International, Chicago, Anime, Coronavirus, Chicago Security Guard Shot Man Three Times, Chester Holmes

Blind To The Truth (Limerick)

This is a true, personal story. And it remains a vivid memory: My teacher in pre-school would whine: “Is your coloring off by design? You must crayon within The lines, or your kin Will be called. I am drawing the line!” Seems it never occurred to my teacher That I’m naught but a near-sighted creature, Who could NOT see those lines. She missed all the signs. To this day, I would love to impeach her.
Tags: Art, Personal, Teachers, Back To School, Humor, Coloring Books, Childhood Memories, Limericks, Bad Teachers, Pre-school, Education & School Humor, Badly Behaved Children, Education Limerick, Art Humor / Verse, Coloring Limerick, Crayon Limerick

1999’s She’s All That Featured a Surprising Amount of Talent

I missed out on She’s All That when it was released way back in 1999 — 22 years ago! — but was very much aware of the film and the impact it had on my close group of high school friends. And while its Cinderella-inspired plot device — a “jock” falls for a “nerdy-because-she-wears-glasses” girl from another click — remains just as cheesy today as it did in the late ’90s, after watching the flick earlier this week, I get the appeal and understand how this rather routine comedy grossed over $100 mi...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Hollywood, Cook, Gabrielle Union, Movies, Usher, Netflix, Jeff Daniels, Preston, Cinderella, Jack, M. Night Shyamalan, Paul Walker, Cameron Crowe, Steven Spielberg

LustGrimm Again’s Multitude of Monstrous Maidens Lust for the Hero

LustGrimm Again, a remake of the highly naughty eroge RPG LustGrimm, has stayed faithful to the original by providing players with an assortment of raunchy scenes with succubi and monster girls, the turn-based battles solely revolving around sexual acts, sex, and orgasms. The protagonist wakes up to find himself in a new world overflowing with […]
Tags: Games, Fantasy, Anime, Fetish, RPG, Remakes, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Monster Girls, Isekai

The best games to benchmark your PC

Benchmarking your PC isn't as simple as booting up a game and measuring the frame rate. You need one of the best games to benchmark for PC for reliable results.
Tags: Gaming, Games, Trends, Pc, Computing, Test, Pc Gaming, Benchmark

Sony Moves Venom: Let There Be Carnage Release Up Two Weeks

Sony’s highly-anticipated sequel Venom: Let There Be Carnage is releasing two weeks earlier than its previous date, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film will now debut on October 1 instead of October 15, opening against Warner Bros.’ Sopranos prequel The Many Saints of Newark and United Artists’ The Addams Family 2. RELATED: Venom: Let There Be Carnage Receives PG-13 Rating, Gets New Poster Venom: Let There Be Carnage sees the return of Tom Hardy “as the lethal protector Venom, one of M...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Action, Andy Serkis, Sony, BAFTA, Woody Harrelson, Newark, Sony Pictures, Tom Hardy, Comic Book, Hardy, Columbia Pictures, Marcel, Kelly Marcel, Riz Ahmed

The Greatest Video Game Moment of All Time: Daigo Parries Chun-Li

By Stephen Buckley Published: September 06th, 2021
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Annika Marks & Jenny O'Hara in Dark Comedy 'Killing Eleanor' Trailer

"I wanna be still, the way I want to get still." 1091 Pictures has released an official trailer for an indie, very dark comedy titled Killing Eleanor, which premiered at the SCAD Savannah Film Festival and St. Louis Film Festival last year. A new film from director Rich Newey, this off-beat dramedy involves two women who strike up a friendship and a deal to help each other get through, or get out of, life. A terminally-ill old lady convinces a self-destructive pain killer addict to help kill...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Eleanor, Jenny O Hara, Indies, Natalie, To Watch, Chris Mulkey, SCAD Savannah Film Festival, Annika Marks, Rich Newey, Annika Marks Jenny O Hara, St Louis Film Festival

Michael Keaton Confirms He Created the Iconic Beetlejuice Look

During a recently resurfaced 2014 interview with Charlie Rose, Golden Globe winner Michael Keaton has opened up about Tim Burton’s classic horror comedy Beetlejuice, confirming that he was the one who came up with the classic character’s iconic and memorable look. In the interview shared by The Hollywood Reporter, Keaton revealed that before signing on to the project, he had previously turned down Burton’s leading role offer twice because he wasn’t able to understand the filmmaker’s vision for t...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Geena Davis, Horror, Tim Burton, Netflix, Michael Keaton, Burton, Tim, Keaton, ComingSoon, Movie News, Ve Neill, Beetlejuice, Netherworld

Venice 2021: Edgar Wright's London Horror Film 'Last Night in Soho'

Nearly a year after it originally was due to be released, Edgar Wright's Last Night in Soho finally makes its bow playing in the Out of Competition section at the 2021 Venice Film Festival. Thomasin Mackenzie stars as Eloise, a budding modern-day fashion student who moves from Cornwall to London; there, she is quickly ostracized by her chic "gap yaaah" London College of Fashion peers who cruelly label her "code beige". Fleeing student housing and finding a bedsit rented to her by the kind-but-...
Tags: London, Movies, Review, Horror, Cornwall, Venice, Collins, Edgar Wright, Diana Rigg, Soho, Eloise, London College of Fashion, Venice 21, Thomasin Mackenzie, Sandie Anya Taylor Joy, Jack Matt Smith

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