Chucky Season 1 Episode 1 Recap & Analysis: Death by ‘Misadventure’

Diving into a franchise that has produced eight feature films certainly isn’t child’s play, but the latest adventure centered around everyone’s favorite homicidal doll has one thing going for it that its predecessor did not. Whereas Don Mancini, the writer for every other film in the series, wasn’t involved in the 2019 Child’s Play reboot, he’s back at the helm for Chucky’s first venture into television. As a result, this adaptation automatically benefits from the feeling that it stays true to t...
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That darn Emma Allen and the New Yorker

Opinion: The far side of humor Jerry Bradley, Springfield Washington Post October 11 2021, p. A26 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editor/humorless-cartoons/2021/10/10/e26b16e6-2781-11ec-8739-5cb6aba30a30_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
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X-men #64 - 1st Sunfire

X-men #64 X-men v1 #64, 1970 - Seeking revenge for Hiroshima, young Shiro Yoshida uses his mutant powers to attack the US Capitol building. The X-men intervene and feel the full brunt of his solar powers. Only by tragic circumstances does Shiro change his stance. Sunfire makes his debut as Marvel's first Asian superhero. Later, he would be recruited as one of the new bronze age X-men. This Roy [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Battle #67 - Jack Kirby art & cover, Al Williamson art

Jack Kirby Battle v1 #67, 1959 - Explosive title balloons substitute for firepower on this call-to-arms cover by Jack Kirby. Equally intense is his story of a small band of Marines, holding their position against a Nazi counter-attack. Kirby's drawings are appropriately violent and gritty. Less impressive is Al Williamson's effort, chronicling a former fighter pilot's role in the Berlin [Author: Unknown]
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Political cartoonist Bob Taylor and The Yankee Doodle Dictionary No. 1

A new bit of political ephemera is being donated to the Library of Congress' serials division. The Yankee Doodle Dictionary No. 1 (1962) is a satirical political and governmental dictionary of terms, by Creighton Campbell and illustrated by Bob Taylor, the Dallas Times Herald political cartoonist. Illustrations include Harry Truman, Krushchev, the Democratic donkey, Franklin Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, and possibly Barry Goldwater. It appears to be fairl...
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New to Amazon Prime Video - COLUMBUS

A Korean man bonds with a local girl over the architecture of Columbus, Indiana. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New to Netflix - SHAZAM!

A teenage boy is gifted with the ability to transform into an adult superhero. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Ganbare Douki-chan Succeeds After Wallowing in Despair

Ganbare Douki-chan has picked up where the last episode left off as heroine Douki-chan laments her failures, only to wake up from her drunken stupor as her male colleague brings her back home, additionally working up the courage to give him her precious chocolates. Omake:
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Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles Post-Launch Characters Get Screenshots

Akaza and Rui will be the first two characters released into Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles, and now fans can get a much better look at the characters in the game. RELATED: Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles Preview: A Working Formula Publisher Aniplex and developer CyberConnect2 released a brand new batch of screenshots for both characters on Monday, showcasing the character designs as well as giving fans a brief look at some of their in-game looks during certain combat scenes. Akaza ...
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Production Has Wrapped On Steve Buscemi's The Listener Starring Tessa Thompson

Steve Buscemi is predominantly known for his work as an actor, but he's directed over 15 projects since the early 1990s with his latest sounding like his most ambitious yet. His upcoming feature film, "The Listener," has wrapped production in Los Angeles according to an exclusive reveal from Deadline. The film's script comes from Oscar nominee Alessandro Camon ("The Messenger") and stars Tessa Thompson ("Thor: Ragnarok," "Sorry to Bother You," "Men in Black: International") in the film's only on...
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Colin In Black And White Trailer: Ava DuVernay And Netflix Tell The Story Of Colin Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick took a stand by kneeling, and now he wants to tell you his story in "Colin in Black and White," a new limited series coming to Netflix later this month. In 2016, Kaepernick — then a quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers — famously took a knee during the national anthem as a show of protest against police brutality and racial injustice. The 45th U.S. president, whose reality-show catchphrase was, "You're fired," suggested that Kaepernick and other athletes like him should be fi...
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The 14 Greatest Action Movies Of The 21st Century

As nebulous and vague as the term "action movie" is, we're here to celebrate some of the more recent entries in the genre. With a series of 14 movies that, between them, possess enough vehicles, weapons, ammunition, and henchmen to populate a small army, they're a relatively diverse bunch. After all, the 21st century has been a watershed period for action flicks. The influence of eastern cinema over the past 20 years has led to a deluge of highly choreographed and spectacularly brutal fight scen...
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Everything You Need to Know About Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Are you looking for a fun way to work out? Paddleboarding is a popular water sport that burns lots of calories and engages your core and multiple muscles in the body. Paddleboarding is a great way to unwind and be one with nature, allowing you to appreciate nature and gain a new perspective. Let us take a sneak peek at everything you need to know about stand-up paddleboarding. Types of SUPs Your choice of paddleboard will depend on your lifestyle and needs. Each board is different from the n...
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32 Days of Halloween XIV: Day #13

A Disney HalloweenThe Lucy Show, & Dominique! Here’s a completely out of print Disney Halloween special from 1983. It’s primarily existing Disney bits spliced together to form a holiday medley, if you will. But for nostalgia’s sake, I’m glad it’s online. Now here’s something interesting: I went to see if there was an I Love Lucy Halloween episode. There was not. However, her later show, The Lucy Show, had a third season episode called “Lucy and the Monsters.” In it, she meet...
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Ant Man Series Star Evangeline Lilly Says She Finally Understands Her Character

"Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania" began filming in July, and though it's certainly not Evangeline Lilly's first time playing the titular Wasp, Marvelites may be surprised to learn that she's just now getting to know her character.Lilly first appeared as Hope Van Dyne in "Ant-Man," before getting her own superhero costume in a mid-credits scene, and then receiving top billing alongside in the sequel, "Ant-Man and the Wasp." She also showed up in "Avengers: Endgame," and lent her voice to Marvel...
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Mamoru Hosoda's Festival Darling Belle Gets A January 2022 Release Date

After taking a peek at the lush and beautifully animated "Belle" trailer in June, we were more than ready to immerse ourselves in Mamoru Hosoda's reimagining of "Beauty and the Beast." The film debuted in Japan on July 16, 2021, and has been hitting the film festival circuit with screenings at the Cannes Film Festival, the New York Film Festival, the London Film Festival, and Fantastic Fest. Despite it popping up on screens around the world, the distributor GKIDS has confirmed it won't be hittin...
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Genshin Impact Generated $2 Billion on Mobile Since Launching One Year Ago

Genshin Impact, which initially began as a clone of Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, has managed to achieve some astonishing growth in terms of revenue just one year after launch, achieving over $2 billion from those making purchases in the free to play title on mobile, a number which will likely only continue […]
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Creepy Trailer for Supernatural Horror 'Lair' from Adam Ethan Crow

"You brought that thing into my house!" 1091 Pictures has released the official trailer for an indie horror titled Lair, from filmmaker Adam Ethan Crow. This already premiered at FrightFest just a few months ago, and is arriving on VOD this November. A fractured family are forced to face their demons, metaphorically and literally, as they become embroiled in a man's attempt to prove the existence of a supernatural entity in order to overturn a friend's murder charge. It's described as "a new...
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Dwayne Johnson Regrets His Public Beef With Vin Diesel: 'That Wasn't My Best Day'

The Dwayne Johnson vs. Vin Diesel saga continues. If you're a fan of the "Fast & Furious" movies, you've probably heard by now that Johnson and Diesel didn't get along on the set. They've had a feud going, but now it sounds like Johnson regrets his part in making that feud public.A new profile on Johnson in Vanity Fair recaps some of the basics of what went down between him and his costar. Johnson was absent altogether from "F9" this year, and he only agreed to appear in the previous franchise e...
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10 Brendan Fraser Performances You Need To Revisit

Remembered for his classic good looks and nostalgic charm, it is impossible not to love Brendan Fraser. Not only has he been a part of the most memorable movies of the last few decades, but Fraser continues to make an impact on generations of movie-goers. From his action-centric roles to his more kid-friendly performances, Fraser's body of work is truly something to admire. And as the Brendan Fraser renaissance continues to take shape thanks to the likes of "Doom Patrol," "No Sudden Move," and M...
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Wednesday, October 13 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for October 13, 2021: Filming in California Movie: Your Place or Mine Location: 1815 Avalon St., Los Angeles (until Oct. 14th) TV Series: Good Trouble Location: 920 S Olive St.; 939 S Broadway, Los Angeles  TV Series: The Offer Location: 4401 W 8th St., Los Angeles  TV Series: Stashed […] The post Wednesday, October 13 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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What We Learned From Dave Chappelle's TERF Debacle

By Carly Tennes Published: October 12th, 2021
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A Few Reasons to Stay Active and to Keep Trying New Things

Life has the potential to be a great adventure, filled with all sorts of new and exciting experiences on a regular basis, and there are so many different activities and pastimes to try out, that it seems like it would be almost impossible to become bored. Nonetheless, many of us – maybe all of us – end up falling into periods of passivity and inaction, at least from time to time – instead of remaining active and curious about the world around us. Whether in the sense of trying out an exciting ...
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Sing a Bit of Harmony Music Video Highlights Footage From Upcoming Film

Ahead of its launch in Japan later this year, Sing a Bit of Harmony got a new teaser in the form of a music video from production company Shochiku. RELATED: Sing a Bit of Harmony Trailer Teases 2022 Release for Anime Pic On Tuesday, the company began streaming a brand new music video for the film. Titled “You Need a Friend,” the video showcases some footage and stills from the upcoming film over the vocals from Tao Tsuchiya. “Shion’s goal is to bring chronic loner Satomi (Haruka Fukuhara) ‘ha...
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5 Small Backyard Events You Can Throw During the Weekend

Are you looking for a way to entertain your friends and family this weekend, but don’t want something too big or expensive? There are so many ideas you can implement to host a memorable event. Whether you want to spend time with family, friends, churchmates or work colleagues, there is something out there for everyone. If unsure of where to start, these small backyard events are perfect for you. You can have them during the day or at night- they’re appropriate for any time of year! Painting P...
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Getsuyoubi no Tawawa Anime Bouncing Around in Swimsuits

Getsuyoubi no Tawawa has given fans of the original web comic exactly what they want as the second season has thrown a sexy swimsuit onto one of the main erotic females, nekomimi seifuku also appearing for good measure as watchers are surely feeling quite jealous of the seemingly cowardly males in the show. Omake:
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Den Of Thieves 2: Everything We Know So Far

"Den of Thieves" hit theaters in early 2018, and somewhat quietly delivered a pretty satisfying heist flick. It may not have been "Heat," but it was compelling, and most importantly, did well enough financially to warrant a sequel. While development has seemingly been a bit slow, "Den of Thieves 2" is indeed on the way, and we're here to get you caught up on everything we know so far about the continuing adventures of Big Nick and Donnie Wilson.Here is what we currently know about "Den of Thieve...
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New Blu-Ray Releases Worth Checking Out: The Green Knight, The Night House, Free Guy, Universal Classic Monsters Icons Of Horror Collection, And Columbia Classics Volume 2

It's time again for another round-up of the latest Blu-ray releases. And yes, sure, these movies are on VOD, too! But I will continue to bang the drum of physical media until that drum caves in, which will probably be sooner rather than later. Until that time, though, let's all gather around the warming glow of our screens and read about the wonderful world of new Blu-rays. This latest round-up is pretty big, featuring two different box sets along with several other titles. Some you can skip, so...
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Adult Swim Festival 2021 Reveals Full Line-Up: Rick And Morty, Aqua Teen, And More

Get excited, y'all! It's the return of music, comedy, and mayhem from your couch thanks to the 2021 Adult Swim Festival. The two-day festival will run through Adult Swim's YouTube channel and will feature exclusive extras on HBO Max. The full programming lineup has finally been released, and it looks like it's going to be a banger. This year's festival will take place on November 12–13, 2021, and will feature panels on some of Adult Swim's most popular shows like "Rick and Morty," "Squidbillies,...
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