New Release Review [Cinema] - SWEETHEART

A teen finds love while on a family holiday. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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SPX 2021 Panels lists and links (** means local tie for ComicsDC)

SPX 2021: Enemies of the State Alex Hoffman and fellow critics Rob Clough, Daniel Elkin, and Jules Bakes,  E.A. Bethea Sep 18, 2021 SmallPressExpo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wZPoLB8sm4 Join moderator Alex Hoffman and fellow critics Rob Clough, Daniel Elkin, and Jules Bakes for a special SPX edition of the podcast Enemy Of The State. The panel's special guest is artist E.A....
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Bianca Xunise's latest comic for the Lily

Teaching made me realize adulthood is a myth. I want to show my students it's okay to be human. We're all just humans, figuring it out one day at a time https://www.thelily.com/teaching-made-me-realize-adulthood-is-a-myth-i-want-to-show-my-students-its-okay-to-be-human/ (Bianca Xunise for The Washington Post) Bianca Xunise September 19, 2021 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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First Trailer for Sci-Fi Drama FINCH, Starring Tom Hanks

Hanks' latest debuts on AppleTV+ this November. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Psycho #9 - Jeff Jones art

Psycho #9 Psycho v1 #9, 1972 - Set in the future, a detective of the ponders the suicide of a billionaire and of the infinite number of alternate universes. Jeff Jones does a stunning adaptation of a Larry Niven story. Drawn with heavy areas of black and white, there is a somber, serious tone throughout the pages. Key to this exceptional effort is Jones' splash page, a skillful distribution of [Author: Unknown]
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300 #2 - Frank Miller art & cover

Frank Miller 300 v1 #2, 1998 - Ignoring the advice of old corrupt priests, King Leonidas leads his army to an inevitable battle against the powerful Persian empire. Like the previous issue, Frank Miller uses his powerful visuals to propel the story. Every spread has a large prominent panel that sets the tone and direction of the tale. Miller's minimalist spread of the Hot Gates (pages 21-22) [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Final Trailer Released for Slasher Sequel HALLOWEEN KILLS

One last trailer for David Gordon Green's slasher. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New Release Review [Cinema/Curzon] - GAGARINE

A space-obsessed teenager refuses to leave his soon to be demolished tower block. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Men In Black VR Experience Will Let You Protect The Earth From The Scum Of The Universe

Do you look really good in a slick suit? Are you begging for any excuse you can find to wear sunglasses indoors? Do you wish you could live Will Smith's life, but only the alien stuff? Do you want to work through some of your anger by straight-up killing aliens? Well, you better make your way over to Westfield Century City in LA, ASAP. Virtual reality firm Dreamscape is making all of your dreams come true, one virtual alien kill at a time, with their brand new "Men in Black: First Assignment" VR...
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Tuesday, September 21 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for September 21, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Untitled Bosch Spin-Off Location: 727 N Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles  TV Series: This Is Us Location: 310 S Van Ness Ave, Los Angeles (until Sept. 22nd) TV Series: Super Pumped Location: 1350 Palmetto St.; 515 W 7th St.; 530 Molino […] The post Tuesday, September 21 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Blades Clash in Hakuoki OVA Trailer

Fans eager to see more adventures featuring the heroes and villains of the acclaimed Hakuoki franchise can perhaps look forward to the upcoming OVA, with Studio Deen unleashing a teaser trailer, key art, and other information for fans to digest as they wait for the release. The information included in the announcement on their promo […]
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Josh Duhamel Reveals He Is Appearing in Another Activision Game

Actor Josh Duhamel is known for his television and film work, but was also one of the main characters in 2017’s Call of Duty: WWII. It’s one of his two video game credits and, according to a recent interview he did with ComingSoon for Night of the Animated Dead, he’s also starring in an another upcoming video game. And this mystery project is also a game from Activision, a publisher still wading through multiple allegations and lawsuits. While his role as High Volt in 2015’s Skylanders: SuperCha...
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Practical Advice

we've all been there, right?
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These Two Frankenstein Movies Are Likely Lost Forever — Here's Why

As the inventor of the science-fiction novel and a certifiable bisexual icon, Mary Shelley's unmeasurable influence on the horror genre as we know it continues even today. Published in 1818, the story of "Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus" has been told and re-told countless times ensuring Frankenstein's bolt-necked walking patchwork corpse creation would be one of the most iconic and recognizable faces in horror history.But that bolt neck appearance we all know and love? That's a style ch...
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Tom Hanks And Laura Dern Will Invite You Into The New Academy Museum In TV Special

After many years of hype, the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is just about to open in Los Angeles. To celebrate, ABC will be running a special that takes us inside the museum and give us an up-close look at props, costumes, and other historical cinematic artifacts, and our tour guides will be pretty spectacular, too. Tom Hanks and Laura Dern (who also happen to be on the Academy's board of directors) will host the special and they won't be alone. A Star-Studded Supporting Cast Basking in the ...
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A Girl Removes Her Pantsu to Change History in Haite Kudasai, Takamine-san

A supernatural manga with a unique and lewd premise, Haite Kudasai, Takamine-san features a female class president who can rewrite time to change events as she so desires, with this magical power merely only requiring her to remove her pantsu. Takamine is considered the goddess of her school, beloved by all, including the fortunate male […]
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Last Of Us Video Game Director Will Helm An Episode Of The HBO Series

Production on "The Last of Us" HBO series is well underway in Canada at this very moment, which means with every passing day/week/month we're gonna get more and more tidbits of information. Today we found out about a biggie: the video game's director, Neil Druckmann, will be directing an episode of the series.Now, we knew Druckmann was heavily involved with the show, which is being spearheaded by "Chernobyl" showrunner and cranky "Scriptnotes" co-host Craig Mazin. But thanks to a , we now know ...
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The New Halloween Kills Trailer Teases A Key Flashback To The 1978 Original

When we first revisited Michael Myers in "Halloween" (2018), he had been locked away in Smith's Grove Psychiatric Hospital for 40 years following his killing spree in Haddonfield. Retconning the storylines of the entire franchise meant that we never found out what happened when he vanished off of the lawn after being shot by Dr. Loomis, disappearing into the night.2018's "Halloween" loudly declared that it was a direct sequel to John Carpenter's 1978 masterpiece of the same name. That said, the ...
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The Best Animated Film Of Each Decade

Animation has been a tried-and-true staple at theaters since the birth of cinema itself, and while the format has had its creative ups and downs, there are great animated films to be found through each decade of film history. While Disney has something of a monopoly on the entire field of children's animation, especially before some legitimate competitors began to surface in the '80s, there's a wealth of animated films that go far beyond your traditional Disney fare. From the silent era, during ...
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New African Cinema: 'Neptune Frost' & 'Saloum' Rock the Festivals

"Stories about heroes travel faster than bullets." There are two new films from Africa playing film festivals this year that just so happen to be two of the most creative, unique, and entertaining discoveries in cinema all year. We're lucky we get to experience these films this year. The first is Neptune Frost, which initially premiered at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival in the Directors' Fortnight sidebar. I watched it in Cannes but didn't write about it on here yet, knowing I will be raving ab...
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Offerpad launches Kansas City, St. Louis markets in ongoing expansion

The iBuyer's two new metros were the first since since the company went public earlier this month. Columbus, Ohio, is next on the list.
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Y’shtola Dollfie Dream Doll Quite Expensive

Square Enix apparently expects much of its player base, especially when it comes to their bank accounts as a new collaboration with the doll making company Volks has led to the creation of a special Y’shtola doll that will deal a significant critical hit to the wallets of buyers with its base price of $980. […]
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We Are All Little Lads Who Love Berries and Cream

By Carly Tennes Published: September 20th, 2021
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The Jungle Book Game Will Reportedly Be in New Disney Classic Games Bundle

Disney is keen on rereleasing its material and it sounds like the company is about to do the same with the Jungle Book game. The Jungle Book game that came out on the SNES, Game Boy, and Sega Genesis in 1994 will reportedly be included in the upcoming and updated version of the Disney Classic Games collection from 2019. There is no price or exact release date, but it will allegedly come out sometime in November. MORE: The Wolverine PS5 Game Should Feature These Marvel Characters This report come...
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Star Wars: Visions Features The Return Of Temuera Morrison As Boba Fett

Temuera Morrison is known for playing Aquaman's father, and, oh yeah, some character named Boba Fett. Morrison will be back in Fett's Mandalorian armor in "The Book of Boba Fett" this December, but before that, you'll be able to hear his voice in "Star Wars: Visions.""Star Wars: Visions" is a nine-episode anime anthology that premieres on Disney+ on September 22, 2021. The series is produced by seven different Japanese animation studios, so each episode will have its own different look and feel....
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The 14 Best Harrison Ford Movies Ranked

Few actors have played as many iconic roles as Harrison Ford. His return to Han Solo in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and Rick Deckard in "Blade Runner 2049" proved he could seamlessly slip back into his best characters, and expectations are high as he picks up the bullwhip once more for "Indiana Jones 5."Outside of his flagship franchises, Ford has shown remarkable versatility throughout his career. Although he's known primarily as an action star, Ford is comfortable playing romantic leads and...
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Blue Period Season 1: 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 only thing better than a coming-of-age story is one that involves a deep dive into the art world. The upcoming Netflix anime series "Blue Period" sees a high school student delving into the wonderful world of painting, and finding himself along the way. If any of that happens to pique your interest, keep reading to learn more...
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Stanley Kubrick's Most Iconic Characters Ranked

Stanley Kubrick had an incredibly impactful career. Despite working in the film industry for over 50 years, he only directed 13 feature films. His work was known for the amount of preparation it demanded, with Kubrick taking an average of four years to prepare each movie. As his career progressed, he took longer and longer between each project -- there was a 12-year gap between "Full Metal Jacket" and "Eyes Wide Shut," his last movie. Kubrick's work is associated with a variety of things, but fo...
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Final Two Fast And Furious Films Will Be 'One Chapter In Two Movies,' Justin Lin Says

Justin Lin isn't taking anything for granted. With the long-running and much-beloved "Fast and Furious" franchise finally coming to a close, the director of multiple "Fast" films (including the best one, "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift," and yes I will fight you about this), is dropping hints about the final chapter of the franchise and getting a little nostalgic at the same time. Considering "Tokyo Drift" was released in 2006, (I was in middle school! Time is a sham!) we can't really bla...
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