The Post reviews The Addams Family and Venom sequels

The Addams Family are a bunch of weirdos. So why isn't 'The Addams Family 2' a whole lot weirder? [in print as No snaps for a blase (and maddeningly not-weird-enough) sequel] Hau Chu Reporter and editorial aide Washington Post October 1, 2021, p. Weekend 27 https://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide/movies/addams-family-2-movie-review/2021/09/28/43593aee-1e0b-11ec-a99a-5fea2b2da34b_story.html 'Venom: Let There Be Carnage' is just what you'd expect — and...
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A conversation with Andrew Aydin!

A conversation with Andrew Aydin! Robin McConnell VanCAF Comics Festival Podcast! • Sep 21 2021 https://anchor.fm/vancaf/episodes/A-conversation-with-Andrew-Aydin-e17m9ej What an exciting episode! Former Inkstuds host and VanCAF Executive Director Robin McConnell is back in the game for a sprawling conversation with ANDREW AYDIN! Andrew is creator and co-author of the graphic memoir series, MARCH, which chronicles the life of Congressman and civil rights icon John L...
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Black Widow accepts payout

Scarlett Johansson and Disney settle lawsuit over 'Black Widow' pay An uncommonly public feud ends with diplomacy Steven Zeitchik Washington Post September 30 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/09/30/scarlett-johansson-disney-settle-black-widow-lawsuit/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Daredevil #162 - Steve Ditko art & cover

Steve Ditko Daredevil v1 #162, 1980 - Robbed of his memory due to radiation exposure, DD embarks on a boxing career that echoes that of his father. The most distinctive scenes occur at the beginning, where the hero enters a reaction chamber (see interior page below). Steve Ditko's stiff figure drawings pervade much the story, diminishing the action. Most of the pacing and layouts border on [Author: Unknown]
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Toilet no Hanako-san vs Kukkyou Taimashi Has Sex Everywhere Outside

Toilet no Hanako-san vs Kukkyou Taimashi’s next release has gone a bit differently as the target monster girl is willing to cooperate this time, the kuchisake-onna desiring the penis of the male protagonist and even demanding they make love everywhere outside (whilst eventually attracting attention from bystanders). Omake:
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Report: Kojima Productions Is Behind Alleged Sony-Funded Silent Hill Game

Konami is slowly getting back to putting out games again as evidenced by an earlier official partnership with Bloober Team and an unofficial report stating that it was reviving three of its biggest franchises: Silent Hill, Castlevania, and Metal Gear Solid. That report said that two Silent Hill games were in development: one from Bloober and one from an unnamed Japanese studio. And now yet another report has claimed that that mystery studio is Kojima Productions. This comes from Gematsu who clai...
Tags: Games, Japan, Movies, Instagram, Norman Reedus, Sony, Hill, Kojima, Konami, Kojima Productions, Silent Hills, Video Game News, Bloober Team, Silent Hill, Gematsu, Bloober

The 18 Best Horror Movies On Shudder Right Now

Remember when there were only a handful of streaming services, and subscribing to one or two was a clever way to cut costs instead of paying for cable? We've since been so inundated with different streaming platforms that to subscribe to them all is essentially just giving yourself a curated (but not much cheaper) cable package. That said, if there are specific things you're interested in, genre-specific streaming services like Shudder can be a great opportunity to make sure you're surrounded by...
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The 12 Scariest Found Footage Horror Movies

Often maligned as a lesser horror subgenre, found footage movies can, at their best, reflect the technical omniscience of handheld surveillance while preserving the intimate, raw-nerve terror of whichever (usually ill-fated) character is holding the camera. Permitting audiences a front-row seat to whatever horrors befall their protagonists, found-footage offers no guarantee of anyone's survival save the camera's.It's no wonder that the subgenre exploded after 9/11 became the first viral terror a...
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New Konami Rumor Suggests “Reimagined” Reboot of Castlevania Coming

There has been a nonstop cavalcade of rumors floating about the Internet regarding Konami for quite a while and yet another has now surfaced, as it is rumored the once mighty company is now “rebooting” the Castlevania franchise, which will serve as a “reimagining”. It is suggested that this reboot is happening within Konami’s internal […]
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The Best Fantasy Movies You Can Watch On Netflix Right Now

Fantasy is a wide-encompassing genre. It often contains tropes pulled from mythology or folklore. It sometimes overlaps with other genres, such as horror and science fiction -- whereas science-fiction is speculative fiction based on possible (or maybe possible) science, fantasy has no basis in reality. It's a popular genre for movies aimed at children and young adults, especially when it comes to films based on book franchises. Whether you're interested vampires, fairies, and werewolves, paralle...
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Every Terry Gilliam Movie Ranked Worst To Best

Terry Gilliam was always the odd man out in Monty Python -- he was the only American, he wasn't Oxbridge educated, and he was an animator, not a comedy writer. He did, however, find his directing feet with the troupe, co-directing "Monty Python and the Holy Grail." He would also go on to cast Michael Palin and Eric Idle in many of his projects. In Gilliam's first "solo" film, "Jabberwocky," the Python influence was clear, but it would become less so as he branched further into flights of fancy a...
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What's This! The Nightmare Before Christmas Concerts Will Feature Billie Eilish, Weird Al, And Danny Elfman

What's this? What's this?! A concert's happening somewhere. What's this? "The Nightmare Before Christmas" songs are in the air.If you're a fan of the animated movie and heard the voice of Danny Elfman, in character as Jack Skellington, singing that in your head, you'll be pleased to know that Elfman will indeed be performing at a "live-to-film concert experience" of "The Nightmare Before Christmas" on October 29, 2021, and another one on Halloween at the Banc Of California Stadium in Los Angeles...
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Cruel Intentions Reboot Coming To Amazon And IMDb TV

Bust out the coke spoon rosaries, because "Cruel Intentions" is back, baby. Five years ago, NBC passed on a highly-anticipated sequel to the 1999 cult favorite, "Cruel Intentions." Now, Amazon's IMDb TV is back at it with a series reboot of everyone's problematic '90s fave. The original film was a loose adaptation of the novel "Dangerous Liaisons," but the new series is set to follow two, well, cruel step-siblings who will stop at nothing to uphold their power. Set in a collegiate environment, t...
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The 93 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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Touhou’s Pretty Girls Jiggle About for New MikuMikuDance Animation

Three well-known women from the Touhou bullet hell franchise have unleashed their perverted sides in this erotic MikuMikuDance animation, as Izayoi Sakuya, Patchouli Knowledge, and Hong Meiling strip off their swimsuits and swing their breasts around by way of a pre-made animation that was a bit of a trend a while ago. The raunchy animation […]
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'Google' Is The Top Search Term Among Bing Users, Google Says

By Carly Tennes Published: October 01st, 2021
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Superhero Bits: Beware Of Venom: Let There Be Carnage Spoilers, The Suicide Squad Sneakers & More

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.)In this edition of Superhero Bits:"Venom: Let There Be Carnage" is finally here.Puma is teaming up with DC for "The Suicide Squad" shoes.Marvel begins prepping audiences for "Eternals.""Black Panther" #1 gets...
Tags: Movies, Salma Hayek, News, Netflix, Harley Quinn, Puma, Warner Bros, Jupiter, Mark Millar, Cool Stuff, Jen Bartel, John Ridley, Ta Nehisi Coates, Challa, Millar, Millarworld

What Is The Future Of Sony's Spider-Verse? Venom: Let There Be Carnage Holds Clues

The release of "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" marks the next chapter in the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters. That's what the studio is officially calling its shared universe of "Spider-Man" characters that it controls the rights to. It's not as snappy as the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it gets the job done. The release of this movie, however, raises some serious questions about what comes next.Not just because Sony clearly wants to keep this franchise going, with movies like "Morbi...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Andy Serkis, Sony, Holland, Andrew Garfield, Eddie, Jared Leto, Tom Hardy, Tobey Maguire, Michael Keaton, Garfield, Loki, Foxx, Simmons, Maguire

IT Star Jaeden Martell Joins Another Stephen King Adaptation, Mr. Harrigan's Phone

Jaeden Martell is quickly carving out a place for himself as one of the new faces of modern horror. First, he won over horror fans everywhere with his portrayal of the childhood leader of The Loser's Club, ​​Bill Denbrough, in the 2017 version of "IT" and its sequel "IT: Chapter Two." Now, Martell is joining the legendary Donald Sutherland ("The Dirty Dozen," "Kelly's Heroes," "The Hunger Games") for yet another Stephen King adaptation, "Mr. Harrigan's Phone."The adaptation of King's short story...
Tags: Apple, Movies, News, Stephen King, Netflix, Donald Sutherland, Salem, Buffy, Ryan Murphy, Jason Blum, Craig, Aidan, Sutherland, Martell, John Lee Hancock, Harrigan

Kimetsu no Yaiba Shinobu Kochou Figure Leisurely Strolls

Kimetsu no Yaiba‘s female swordswoman Shinobu Kochou has gained a tribute in the form of a figure, sure to entertain those who don’t favor any of the more focused-on characters in the demon-slaying series, or those who merely prefer collecting female figures – Shinobu Kochou’s figurine will arrive in the hands of buyers in January. […]
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Venom 2 Director Andy Serkis Explains How That Credits Scene Came To Be

With "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" officially in theaters, director Andy Serkis is opening up a bit on the process of bringing the movie to life. Specifically, the filmmaker has delved a bit into the major post-credits scene included in the Marvel Comics adaptation. As those who have seen the movie are surely aware, there is much to discuss, and Serkis has some interesting insight to offer.Warning: this post contains major spoilers for "Venom: Let There Be Carnage." Read on with caution. Andy Se...
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Halloween Kills Featurette: It's A Haddonfield Reunion For Those Traumatized By Michael Myers

"Halloween Kills" is two weeks away from bringing Michael Myers back to put us on the edge of our seats in theaters (or on Peacock, if ya nasty). While we wait for the next round of slicing and dicing from Haddonfield's most notorious slasher, Universal Pictures has released a new featurette that shines a light on all the returning cast members from the original "Halloween" in 1978. A few of the movie's stars are reprising their roles over 40 years later, though there's at least one character wh...
Tags: Halloween, Movies, News, Universal Pictures, Michael, Lindsey, Loomis, Tommy, Laurie, Haddonfield, Paul Rudd, David Gordon Green, Michael Myers, Anthony Michael Hall, Kyle Richards, Laurie Strode

Tyler Perry And Jason Blum Are Teaming Up To Make A Horror Movie

Madea said it best: "Keep playing with the devil, he gonna show up." The devil has indeed shown up in the form of Blumhouse Productions founder and CEO Jason Blum ("The Purge" franchise). At BlumFest 2021 -- an annual Halloween-centric festival for Blumhouse fans -- Blum announced an upcoming collaboration with Madea's creator, writer-producer Tyler Perry.Blum and Perry's upcoming thriller, "Help," is set to begin production in Atlanta next year at Perry's own Tyler Perry Studios. This will be t...
Tags: Halloween, Movies, News, Atlanta, Mpaa, Cbs, Red Cross, Jason Blum, Eli Roth, Tyler Perry, Perry, Myers, McElroy, Blumhouse, Blum, Peachtree

Another Trailer for Hong Kong Action 'Raging Fire' with Donnie Yen

"True action greatness!" Hi-Yah! has released one more official trailer for the "brutally entertaining" Hong Kong action film Raging Fire, which was already released in cinemas in the US a few months back. We've already posted a few trailers for this previously, but with a streaming release on the martial arts channel Hi-Yah! in October, they've dropped off another explosive trailer to enjoy. Donnie Yen stars as Shan, a highly respected hardline cop with a long history of success on dangerou...
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Hulu's live TV streaming service is discounted $10 a month for your first 3 months - here's how to sign up

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Hulu + Live TV lets you stream over 75 live channels. Antonio Villas-Boas/Business Insider Now through October 28, Hulu is offering a rare chance to save on its Live TV plan. New and returning subscribers can save $10 a month for their first three months. That brings the monthly cost down to $55. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky + Live TV (small) Hulu + Live TV is a comprehensive streaming service o...
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Daily Podcast: Venom, Sam Raimi, Cruel Intentions, IMDbTV And Scarlett Johansson Vs. Disney

On the October 1, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson to talk about the latest film and TV news, including: Venom, Sam Raimi, Cruel Intentions, IMDbTV and Scarlett Johansson vs. Disney. Opening Banter:In The News:Peter (og Ryan): Venom: Let There Be Carnage Just Had The Second-Best Preview Night Of The PandemicBen: Sam Raimi Was Reluctant To Direct Doctor Strange 2 After The Reaction To Spider-Man 3Jeremy: Doctor Stran...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, News, Disney, Scarlett Johansson, Peter, Ben Pearson, Sam Raimi, Peter Sciretta, Sam Hume, Scarlett Johansson Settle LawsuitAlso

Why Jupiter's Legacy Was Canceled — Here's What We Know

People were shocked when Netflix pulled the plug on "Jupiter's Legacy," a series that was supposed to be the streaming platform's flagship superhero show and the foundation of the new "Millarworld" universe they were creating with comic book creator Mark Millar.While the show received mixed reviews at best, a decent amount of people watched it when it premiered. That didn't stop Netflix, however, from canceling the show, something that surprised many, as the first season ended on a major cliffha...
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The Best Movies Streaming Right Now: The Many Saints Of Newark, Titanic, Capricorn One, Only Lovers Left Alive, The Mask Of Zorro

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a weekly column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.)Welcome back to Now Stream This, the weekly streaming column that wants to solve the eternal question: "What the hell should I watch tonight?" Every weekend, I'm here to give you some suggestions, because I want you to enjoy the wonderful world of streaming movies. In this edition, we have a prequel to a classic TV show, a big sweeping romance...
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The 16 Best Family Movies To Watch This Spooky Season

There's something about shared fear that cultivates strength and resiliency while bonding audiences. It can be a communal experience, especially for families. So, the Halloween season is the perfect time to dim the lights, pop some corn, and cuddle up for some seasonal frights that are almost guaranteed to bring everyone closer together.As far as horror films are concerned, this forthcoming Halloween season arrives with the promise of several heavy hitters, among them "Halloween Kills" and "Last...
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Chucky Trailer: The Child's Play TV Series Wants To Play

It's here! It's here! The moment that we (or at the very least, I) have been waiting for has finally arrived! SyFy and USA Network are kicking off October in a huge way by finally releasing the trailer for the new "Chucky" series, a continuation of Don Mancini's beloved franchise about horror's favorite possessed killer doll. Following the release of first-look footage earlier this week of Chucky's first kill in the series, the new trailer highlights familiar faces, brutal deaths, and offers add...
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