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Vote for THE UPSHAWS

THE UPSHAWS, a very funny show on Netflix starring Wanda Sykes and Mike Epps is nominated for a People's Choice Award.  Oh, my daughter Annie & her partner Jon are two of the producers. But... [Author: By Ken Levine]
Tags: Netflix, Humor, Annie, Jon, Mike Epps, Ken Levine, Wanda Sykes, By Ken Levine


NPR reviews 'Lore Olympus'

The Greek gods — they're just like us in 'Lore Olympus' Etelka Lehoczky October 27, 2021   https://www.npr.org/2021/10/27/1049434574/lore-olympus-rachel-smythe-review [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Npr, Mike Rhode


Fanboy #1 - Bernie Wrightson art + 1st appearance

Fanboy #1 Fanboy v1 #1, 1999 - Sergio Aragones introduces Fanboy, the ultimate comic book fan. This six-issue series pokes fun at the stereotypical male collector through various situations. Guest inkers abound, including pages 7 and 8 by Bernie Wrightson. His inking style is so different from Aragones' pencils, it's pretty much unrecognizable. Although he should be lauded for the attempt, [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, fanBoy, Ted Ignacio, Bernie Wrightson, Sergio Aragones, Aragones


House of Secrets #102 - Nestor Redondo art

House of Secrets #102 House of Secrets v1 #102, 1972 - When a lonely building superintendent reveals his hidden cash, a thieving couple conspire to take it from him. Nestor Redondo turns in an admirable effort on this tale of attraction and deception. The artist deliberately combines the girl with the hunchbacked super in many panels, contrasting beauty against grotesqueness. His terrific [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Horror, Dc, 1970s, Ted Ignacio, Redondo, Nestor Redondo, House of Secrets


Komi-san wa Komyushou desu Becomes Highly Disturbing

Komi-san wa Komyushou desu has treated watchers to more of Komi’s adorableness as she undergoes a health checkup, the mood immediately turning sour as a certain female character reveals her rather unhealthy and unsettling obsession for Komi. Omake:
Tags: Health, Comedy, Romance, Fitness, Stalkers, Anime, Fetish, Komi, Yuri, Oppai, Image Gallery, OLM, Komi-san wa Komyushou desu, Komi Omake


32 Days of Halloween XIV Day #30

Black Mass, Doug Bradley, &Young Hannah, Queen of the Vampires! Today just felt like a Lovecraft day, so I sought out two bits to entertain you. The first is from a 1964 radio show, Black Mass, with an adaptation of HPL’s story, “The Rats in the Walls.” Following that, Doug Bradley (yea, he of Pinhead fame), is giving a reading of HPL’s “The Outsider.” There’s nothing worse than just wanting do get some archaeology done when instead you run across a 700 year old va...
Tags: Halloween, London, Movies, Horror, Audio, 32 Days of Halloween, Vampires, HPL, Doug Bradley, H.P. Lovecraft, Old-time Radio


Sonia & the Lusting Village 2 Will Do Anything to Find the Ultimate Metal

Those who prefer playing an eroge without having to exert effort in RPG battles will probably be interested in checking out Sonia and the Lusting Village 2 as the title has players leading a girl on a quest to secure some orichalcum, even resorting to offering her body to do so. Main heroine Sonia requires […]
Tags: Games, Fantasy, Anime, Tentacles, Fetish, Sonia, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Visual Novels, Onanism


The Venture Bros. Creators Tease The Show's Resurrection With A 'Long-Form Special'

As one of the longest running programs in Adult Swim history, it was devastating when "The Venture Bros." was canceled in September of 2020 after 17 years and seven seasons on the late-night line-up. What started off as a modern send-up of "Jonny Quest" quickly became one of the funniest animated series ever made. The cancelation was especially heartbreaking, as series creator Jackson Publick (aka Christopher McCulloch) had made it known that the team was currently writing the show's eighth seas...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, Jackson, Dean, Hank, Venture Bros, Jonny Quest, Publick, Jackson Publick, Doc Hammer, Rusty Venture, HBO Max, Christopher McCulloch, Brock Samson


Ghost in the Shell’s Tachikoma Completely Mobile in Astonishing “Cosplay”

Ghost in the Shell‘s well-known spider-shaped robot known as the Tachikoma has been effortlessly replicated yet again by the cosplay group “@CosTeam5”, the full-scale mechanical creation even being capable of moving around and having a rider without outside help. @CosTeam5, which is located in Kansai, excel in producing cosplay involving armor or robotics, with their […]
Tags: Technology, Anime, Cosplay, Shell, Mecha, Kansai, Ghost in the Shell, Otaku, Tachikoma, Tachikoma Completely Mobile


No One Is Giving Your Kid Edibles This Halloween

By Carly Tennes Published: October 29th, 2021
Tags: Humor, Carly Tennes


The 20 Best Western Movie Actors Ranked

The Western movie genre relies on the presence of memorable characters. Early Westerns presented clear-cut morals with instantly identifiable heroes and villains, as the genre first began to emerge in the early 20th century within silent film reels. While these Westerns were characterized by their more traditional depictions of mercenaries, lawmen, and bounty hunters, the genre later became diversified through the influence of other genres. Subgenres such as space westerns, spoofs, neo-noirs, an...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Molly, Kentucky, Netflix, West, Bridges, Ford, Paris, Clint Eastwood, Oscar, Wisconsin, Hud, Stanley Kubrick


The 15 Best Horror TV Shows Of All Time

Up until fairly recently, horror on television has been a tame affair. With the main networks, there was always a limitation on how far a show could go with gore or violence (although interestingly enough, police procedures have traditionally been given carte blanche to push the envelope and play up the gritty factor). As such, for the most part, things tended to be eerie or atmospheric rather than overtly scary. But with the advent of premium cable networks first and streaming platforms later, ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Syfy, America, Netflix, Jessica Lange, Cbs, Norman, Black Mirror, Buffy, Ryan Murphy, American Horror Story, Aidan Turner, Bates Motel, Joss Whedon, Nickelodeon


How Scream's Editor Saved The Movie From The Weinsteins

Wes Craven's iconic slasher "Scream" just turned 25, making now the perfect moment to celebrate this genre redefining classic. So many elements came together to make this meta horror flick the masterpiece it is — from the legendary Wes Craven signing on to direct, to finding just the right mask to terrify the masses. Make no mistake, a huge part of this film's legacy is birthing one of the most enduring masks of horror history. Each knife-wielding iteration of Ghostface haunts Sidney Prescott (N...
Tags: Movies, News, Wes, Harvey Weinstein, Ghostface, Bob, Konrad, Liev Schreiber, Santa Rosa, DoubleTree, Barrymore, Marianne, Cathy, Weinstein, Sidney, Wes Craven


The Daily Stream: Peter Hyams' Stay Tuned Is One Hell Of A '90s Throwback

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they've been watching, why it's worth checking out, and where you can stream it.)The Movie: "Stay Tuned"Where You Can Stream It: Amazon PrimeThe Pitch: Roy (John Ritter) is a father of two and avid couch potato. One evening, when his precious remote control breaks, he gets a visit from a mysterious salesman named Mr. Spike (Jeffrey Jones) who offers him a new high-tech remote that allows Roy to immerse himself in...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, United States, Mtv, Michael Jordan, Nba, Roy, Chicago Bulls, Helen, Tom, Wayne, Spike, Jerry, Duane, Garth, HTV


Jamie Lee Curtis Would Like To Be In The Next Exorcist Movie, Thank You Very Much

Fresh on the heels of getting paid fat stacks to hang out in a hospital bed for an entire movie (which, good for her), national treasure and gift to the universe Jamie Lee Curtis has her eye on another horror property. The main protagonist in the "Halloween" franchise, Curtis solidified her reputation as a scream queen with starring roles in films like "The Fog," "Prom Night," and "Terror Train," despite famously disliking horror movies. She's a certifiable horror icon, but her run as Laurie Str...
Tags: Movies, News, Green, David, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh, Curtis, Ellen Burstyn, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Leslie Odom Jr, Michael Myers, Mercedes McCambridge, McCambridge, Laurie Strode


Mad Max: The Wasteland: Everything We Know So Far

"Mad Max: Fury Road" lit the film industry on fire and rode its flaming husk across the desert when it came out in 2015. But it's been more than six years since The Doof Warrior shredded his way into our hearts, which feels like an eternity in an era that's dominated by franchise films that are churned out once every couple of years. But director George Miller has talked about wanting to make a sequel titled "Mad Max: The Wasteland," so grab some guzzoline, take a seat in the ol' war rig, and ri...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Guillermo Del Toro, Tom Hardy, Furiosa, Mad Max, Max, Miller, George Miller, Max Rockatansky, Hardy, Charlize Theron, Valhalla, Anya Taylor Joy, Nick Lathouris, FHM Miller


A Hero: 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.)For those interested in supporting a diverse range of voices and talent in the world of moviemaking, you could do much worse than to start with the filmography of Asghar Farhadi. Despite gathering widespread critical acclaim, the Iranian filmmaker has been flying under the radar of general audiences for decades despite his remark...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Iran, Oscar, Stanley Kubrick, Penélope Cruz, Cannes film festival, Asghar Farhadi, Rahim, Mohsen Tanabandeh, Amir Jadidi, Javier Bardem Memento Films International, Mohsen Tanabandeh Fereshteh Sadre Orafaiy, Sarina Farhadi, Rahim Amir Jadidi


14 Horror Movie Flops That Became Cult Classics

There are a lot of horror movies that, with time and reevaluation, transform into cult classics. There's something about the genre that lends itself to revisionism; maybe the metaphors in the film end up becoming more relevant years later, or maybe viewers simply learn to love ideas that seemed too ahead of their time or too crazy upon the date of release.The label of "cult" can be given to a lot of films. It's sometimes describes movies with weirdness and gore, something obscure and not apt for...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, New York, Texas, Movies, Africa, US, Jake Gyllenhaal, Nicole Kidman, Elizabeth Banks, Guillermo Del Toro, Quentin Tarantino, Anna, James Gunn, Green Room, Patrick Stewart, Kathryn Bigelow


Headliners Week of 10/24 – 10/30

News Catch Up on This Week's Biggest Stories document.createElement('video'); RISMedia Associate Online Editor Jordan Grice delivers this week’s ‘Headliners,’ a video recap of the week’s top stories in real estate. In focus this week: The Build Back Better Bill. White House Announces Framework for Spending Bill; Impacts of Appraisal Bias Felt By Real Esta...
Tags: Feature, News, Radio, National, Latest News, Freddie Mac, National Association of Realtors, Jesse Williams, Paige Brown, Maria Patterson, Paige Tepping, Beth McGuire, Liz Dominguez, Jameson Doris, Jordan Grice, Headliners


Pop Culture Imports: The Skin I Live In, Raging Fire, & More Foreign Movies And TV Streaming Now

(Welcome to Pop Culture Imports, a column that compiles the best foreign movies and TV streaming right now.)It's time for another edition of Pop Culture Imports, and we're getting in right under the wire before Halloween. As such, I have a few spooky foreign-language offerings for you, though a few non-horror titles made their way through the cracks (mostly because the Hong Kong action awesomeness of "Raging Fire" could not be tamed). So let's settle back with some candy and some cozy socks, and...
Tags: Hong Kong, Hbo, Movies, David, Netflix, Pedro Almodóvar, Hulu, Antonio Banderas, Yau, Cheung, Gal, Donnie Yen, Vera, Kim Jin, Almodóvar, Carola


Eager to buck timeshare label, Pacaso hails new RESO designation

The new "co-ownership" category may get Pacaso one step closer to effectively fighting off critics who want to peg the company as selling "timeshares."
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Fatal Frame: Maiden of the Black Water Skirt Lifting Technique Exposes Pantsu

A Japanese individual playing through Fatal Frame: Maiden of the Black Water has happened upon a very vital technique that shouldn’t be passed up by those also braving through the game, as it was learned that rapidly spinning the control stick can lift the heroine’s skirt and expose her treasures beneath. The tweet from the […]
Tags: Games, Horror, Anime, Pc Gaming, Mods, Tecmo Koei, Oshiri, Pantsu, Remastered, Fatal Frame


Jack-O'-Lanterns Becoming A Thing Involved Tricking Satan (Twice)

By Ethan Tyrrell Published: October 29th, 2021
Tags: Humor, Ethan Tyrrell


Dustin Hoffman's Worst Performance Comes From A Movie About A Serial Killer Who Sniffs Things

By Jordan Breeding Published: October 29th, 2021
Tags: Humor, Jordan, Dustin Hoffman


Hanna Holdings Expands in New Jersey, Joining Forces With Armagno Agency

Hanna Holdings is growing its footprint in New Jersey. With the recent one-year anniversary celebration of the partnership between Howard Hanna Real Estate Services and Rand Realty, the tri-state real estate firm known as Howard Hanna | Rand Realty, has announced that they joined forces with Armagno Agency, a local firm in Jersey City, New Jersey. “We are pleased to welcome the Armagno Agency to our family of companies,” said Howard W. “Hoby” Hanna, IV, president of Howard Hanna Real Estate S...
Tags: Leadership, News, Radio, New Jersey, Expansion, Manhattan, New York State, Growth, Latest News, Industry News, Hanna, JERSEY CITY New Jersey, Real Estate News, Hoboken, Hudson County, Howard Hanna


Superhero Bits: Danny DeVito Wrote A Penguin Comic, Zack Snyder Had Plans For Riddler & 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:Jenna Dwan is staying in the ArrowverseDanny DeVito previews his "Penguin" comic for DC"Spider-Man: Lotus" fan film gets a trailerWe're getting a new "Iron Fist"All that and ...
Tags: Apple, Hollywood, Movies, News, Earth, Netflix, Penguin, Gotham City, Batman, Dc, Warner Bros, Lotus, Marvel Comics, Batman Returns, Danny DeVito, Cool Stuff


Landscapers 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.)Halloween is almost over, but don't worry, because this winter will bring plenty of chills, both in the air and down your spine. HBO is bringing the true crime story of the murder of William & Patricia Wycherley to life in a new four-part limited series called "Landscapers," and Emmy-winner Olivia Colman and Emmy nominee David Th...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Oscar, Olivia Colman, Emmy, William, Chris, Jane Featherstone, Susan, David Thewlis, Sharpe, Colman, Ed Sinclair, Katie Carpenter, Chris Fry, Will Sharpe


Is Riders Republic cross-platform?

Riders Republic makes use of both crossplay and cross-progression to ensure you can easily compete with friends and continue progress across every platform.
Tags: Gaming, Games, Video Games, Trends, How-to, Ubisoft, Riders Republic


Rocket Mortgage partners with Salesforce to extend tech to lenders

Nation's biggest mortgage lender sees "significant" market opportunity to provide its technology via Salesforce Financial Services Cloud.
Tags: Radio, Mortgage, Salesforce, Rocket Mortgage, Jay Farner, Loandepot


Werner Herzog Is Getting A Star Wars Action Figure, And He Would Like To See The Baby

Action figure collecting is a complicated profession.Most of the "Star Wars" figures out there are variations on the same characters alongside endless versions of Stormtroopers and Clone Troopers. But every now and then, there's an entirely new action figure that we never thought we'd see on shelves. Hot on the heels of announcing Timothy Olyphant as Cobb Vanth, Hasbro has revealed Werner Herzog as The Client, the mysterious character who gives out the bounty for the creature known as The Child ...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Timothy Olyphant, Hasbro, Cool Stuff, Werner Herzog, Herzog, Hoth, Beskar, Cobb Vanth Hasbro



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