Troy-Jeffrey Allen's 'Dirtbag Rapture' interview

Interview: The Spirit World Goes Up In Smoke in 'Dirtbag Rapture' Interview by Troy-Jeffrey Allen PREVIEWSworld Sep 21, 2021 https://www.previewsworld.com/Article/254797-Interview-The-Spirit-World-Goes-Up-In-Smoke-in-Dirtbag-Rapture   [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Star Spangled War Stories #159 - Joe Kubert art, cover & reprint

Joe Kubert Star Spangled War Stories v1 #159, 1970 - Arriving in North Africa, the Unknown Soldier joins a tank battalion that pushed to the limits by their demanding colonel.  The black and white footage photos on the opening splash aren't reproduced well enough to be appreciated, but the two-page spread that follows makes up for it. Joe Kubert's art is more loosely rendered than his cover, [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Final Fantasy VII’s Tifa Lockhart Can’t Resist Her Urges

Final Fantasy VII‘s instantly recognizable Tifa Lockhart is locked in the throes of passion yet again by way of a fan-produced animation, the buxom fighter being laid on a bed and bred aggressively by none other than Cloud, and sure to be the peak fantasy for those who adore the specific pair. The sex animation […]
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HBO’s The Last of Us Photo Shows Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey as Joel & Ellie

During The Last of Us day, developer Naughty Dog surprised fans with the first image from the upcoming HBO adaptation of the popular video game. The photo shows the lead actors, or at least the backs of them, in the post-apocalyptic setting. The series will be led by Game of Thrones alums Pedro Pascal as Joel and Bella Ramsey as Ellie. The HBO show will be executive produced and co-written by Chernobyl creator Craig Mazin and original game writer Neil Druckmann. Check out the first HBO’s The Las...
Tags: Games, Hbo, TV, Movies, America, TV News, Streaming, Chernobyl, Sony Pictures Television, Pascal, Joel, Ramsey, Tess, Ellie, Marlene, Pedro Pascal

Sword of Girlish Knight Overwhelmed by Hordes of Amorous Monsters

A squire girl fights for good in Sword of Girlish Knight as the eroge has players controlling the sword-wielding beauty to slay gruesome monsters. The woman, of course, being fated to monster rape should she not succeed, with there being an assortment of different beasts to assert their dominance. Female protagonist Isheka Stenrose makes her […]
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Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles Preview: A Working Formula

When it comes to licensed properties, sometimes a developer is just a perfect fit and its strengths align with the property. While CyberConnect2 has never been known for its intricate combat systems, the studio is a master of spectacle (just take a look at any of the cutscenes in Asura’s Wrath). This is why the Japanese studio has been able to recreate iconic anime moments so superbly in past titles such as Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. RELATED: Demon Slayer Returns in October for Mugen Train Arc Adap...
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You Are Not Alone

I had bad hair when I was a teen. It was the 90s
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Boss Baby 2 Tops DEG’s Watched at Home Top 20 List

We’ve had another shakeup on DEG’s Watched at Home Top 20 List with The Boss Baby: Family Business scampering to the top spot like … well, like a boss. The animated sequel bumped last week’s champ, Zack Snyder’s Justice League, down to No. 4 below Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard (No. 2) and Karen (No. 3). RELATED: Stranger Things Season 4 Clip Shows the Mysterious Creel House New releases this week include The Suicide Squad (No. 18), F9: The Fast Saga (No. 5), and the 2018 comic book flick Venom (No. ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Sony, Warner Bros, MGM, Yellowstone, Morty, Rick, Peter Rabbit, Zack Snyder, DEG, Suicide Squad Warner Bros, ComingSoon, Movie News, Bodyguard Lionsgate, Home Top

Marvel Comics – The Variant Covers Art Book Review

Comprising some of the most sought-after and valuable comic art in the world, variant covers are a time-honored tradition in comics publishing. The variant cover phenomenon began in 1986 and was immediately embraced by fans everywhere; it was then bolstered in 1991 by Marvel Comics’ X-Men #1 setting the world record for the best-selling comic of all time, which is attributed to the astonishing collection of five variant covers released for the issue. The notion of variant covers caught on and...
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Monday, September 27 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for September 27, 2021: Filming in New York TV Series: And Just Like That Location: West Broadway, between W. Houston & Prince St.; Thompson St., between Broome & Spring St., New York  Credit: @takelyn, @MuttonMayhem TV Series: Power Book III: Raising Kanan Location: 116th St. and 5th Ave., New […] The post Monday, September 27 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation Has a New Pretty Blue Swimsuit

Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation has gone a rather ordinary route for its latest event as various girls can be dressed in the “Sparkling Blue”, a new and basic blue swimsuit that will surely be praised by those who prefer normal and cute as opposed to extravagant. With the commencement of the “Night Pool […]
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Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai’s Perfect Tan Goddess Finally Gets Naked

Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai‘s poor heroine visits her well-off friend again as she gets the chance to indulge in some luxuries and even has a real bath for once, handing watchers a treat of their own as the tan beauty’s near nude body is on display (in both her adult and child forms). Watchers will be […]
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Did Ben & Jerry's Ditch A Flavor Cause Of Dave Matthews' Poop Fiasco

By Cezary Jan Strusiewicz Published: September 26th, 2021
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Interview: Gigi Saul Guerrero & Shane McKenzie Talk Horror-Comedy Bingo Hell

Amazon Prime Video’s Welcome to the Blumhouse is back with four new horror thrillers from Amazon Studios and Blumhouse Television launching on the streamer next month. One of the movies from the anthological film series titled Bingo Hell, a highly entertaining horror-comedy centering around the community of Oak Springs and its senior citizens facing off against the charismatic and sinister Mr. Big, will release on Prime Video on October 1. “After 60-something neighborhood activist Lupita (Adrian...
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New Release Review [VOD/DVD] - THE GATEWAY

A  social worker becomes personally invested in the plight of a young girl in his care when her dangerous father is released from prison. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Everything We Know About Atomic Blonde 2 So Far

What do you get when you take the brutal fight choreography from "John Wick," the seductively roguish charms of James Bond, and wrap it all in a Cold War-era period piece? We have to imagine that was pretty much the gist of the (awesome-sounding) pitch for "Atomic Blonde," the 2017 action/thriller from David Leitch. Based on the 2012 graphic novel "The Coldest City," "Atomic Blonde" immediately made waves for featuring a bisexual female lead in a role that could've easily gone to exactly the sam...
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Last Night In Soho Reveals The Thrilling Next Era Of Edgar Wright [Fantastic Fest]

The most exciting thing about "Last Night in Soho" is that it feels unlike any other Edgar Wright film, while being, unmistakably, an Edgar Wright film. This is undeniably the filmmaker who made "Shaun of the Dead" and "Scott Pilgrim vs the World," but his work on this new London-set, time-jumping horror movie is far removed from his earlier filmography. Before our very eyes, an already-skilled filmmaker has refused to keep doing the same thing. It may feel insulting to say he's grown up, so let...
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Watch All the Movie Trailers and Clips Revealed at Netflix’s Tudum Fan Event

Netflix unveiled a host of new trailers and clips during their first ever fan event. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Videos for newcomers: Repeater 101, CTCSS for the Baofeng UV-5R, Understanding CTCSS and DCS

I’ve gotten a couple of inquiries from new hams lately about using repeaters and programming their radios. So, I did a little searching for YouTube videos, and came up with the following: Repeater 101 for new Amateur Radio Operators In this presentation Bob Schmid, WA9FBO, of the Northern Colorado Amateur Radio Club discusses all you need to know to get started with using repeaters. He talks about transmitters, receivers, controllers, duplexers, combiners, repeater sites and of course, an...
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Man Murders Female Friend for Talking to Men in Game, Sets Self on Fire & Dies

A man who strangled a woman to death out of jealousy of her speaking with other men in an online game had charges filed against him by police, though, it was later discovered the man had already killed himself after the incident by setting himself on fire. The 33-year-old suspect lived in Osaka prefecture and […]
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Western Fighters - comic series checklist

- - - - - - - - - - Western Fighters v1 Hillman 1948-53 v1 1-10 v1 11 - Williamson / Frazetta art v1 12 v2 1-12 v3 1-12 v4 1-7 - - - - - - - - - - Home / A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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That Time Playboy Made Their Own 'Twilight Zone'-Type Show

By JM McNab Published: September 26th, 2021
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New Trailer for 4K Restoration of Kiyoshi Kurosawa's Horror 'Cure'

"People like to think a crime has meaning. But most of them don't." Criterion Collection has launched a new trailer for a 4K restoration and re-release of the Japanese horror masterpiece called Cure, from filmmaker Kiyoshi Kurosawa. This originally premiered in 1997, and played at the Tokyo Film Festival, San Francisco & Toronto Film Festivals, though it never had a release in the west until 2001. Praised by Martin Scorsese, it's a "hypnotic & psychological" cinema experience that is "part a...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Martin Scorsese, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, To Watch, Foreign Film, Masato Hagiwara, Kōji Yakusho Tsuyoshi Ujiki Anna Nakagawa

Shang-Chi No. 1 for a Fourth Straight Weekend at the Domestic Box Office

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings continued its stellar box office run with another $13.3 million haul, good enough for its fourth straight No. 1 weekend. That number also helped the Marvel pic overcome Black Widow’s $186.7 million domestic total with a current $196.5 million. Deadline suggests the film could end up with around $250 million, which, given the circumstances, is a massive win for Disney. RELATED: Don’t Look Up Clip Showcases Star-Studded Netflix Comedy Elsewhere, the only o...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Sony, Box Office, Newark, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Soho, Tony, Benj Pasek Justin Paul, EVAN HANSEN, ComingSoon, Movie News, Domestic Box Office, Shang Chi, Ludwig Dieter, 9M Sun

Sword Art Online Arcade Deep Explorer Busts Out the Bunny Girl Attire

Arcade game Sword Art Online Arcade Deep Explorer is holding two compelling events that both feature bunny girl outfits for its many female characters, enticing attire such as those always being utilized as a strategy to draw attention, and no doubt working every time. The new events, Aki no Daikanshasai Part 1 and Yume no […]
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The Lazy, Tumbling, Decline Of Wrestling Video Games

By Erik Barnes Published: September 26th, 2021
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Go inside the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles

The long-awaited Academy Museum of Motion Pictures finally is finally ready to be Los Angeles’ main feature, opening to the public on Sept. 30. “Los Angeles, the film community, the Academy, we’ve wanted to build a museum devoted to movie making for a century. There have been a lot of twists and turns but I am thrilled that this is the moment when we’re opening the museum, it’s been worth it,” said Bill Kramer, director and president of the Academy Museum, as he stood in the museum’s Sidney Poit...
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You Owe It To Yourself To See Titane Knowing As Little As Possible [Fantastic Fest]

As someone who works as a writer and editor on a movie website, I tend to know at least a little bit about every movie we cover. Sometimes, news about upcoming movies slides across my desk. More often, I find myself editing reviews and spoiler posts about releases I have not yet had a chance to see. It's part of the job. It goes with the territory. I've long held the opinion that if a spoiler ruins the experience of seeing a film, that film has pretty major issues.So it's rare when I see a fairl...
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10 cool things you’ll see at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

Since 1927, the Academy of Motion Pictures and Arts has been collecting film related items that span film history. And now, about 1,200 of these items, as well as others recently acquired or on loan, have found a home at the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles. The seven-story, 300,000-square-foot museum, located on Miracle Mile, aims to explore the history, art, science, artists and social impact of movie making “We are telling multifaceted stories here, not just one kind of hi...
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The Death of Doctor Strange #1

I’m not crazy about the concept behind The Death of Doctor Strange #1, a five-issue miniseries written by Jed MacKay and illustrated by Lee Garbett. The more events promote a morbid ending that readers already know won’t stick, the less it means, and the cheaper the gimmick becomes. Admittedly, this is one of the characters, given all the magic, that is more reasonable to take the approach with. (With the slim possibility that Disney, Marvel’s owners, won’t pay off Steve [...]
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