Upcoming Anime Releases from Funimation, Media Blasters, and Discotek - Now Up for Pre-Order!

We've just posted more upcoming Anime Releases from Funimation, Media Blasters, and Discotek for pre-order! Here's what's coming:FunimationDropout Idol Fruit Tart BLURAY - Mar 1My Hero Academia Season 5 Part 1 BLURAY/DVD Combo Set - Mar 8The Girl who Leapt through Time BLURAY/DVD Combo Set - Mar 8Planetarian OVAs + Movie BLURAY (Essentials) - Mar 8Dr. STONE Season 2 BLURAY/DVD Combo Set (Limited Edition) - Mar 15Dr. STONE Season 2 BLURAY - Mar 15MARS RED BLURAY - Mar 22One Piece Season 11 Part...
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Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "...in the headlights"

From DC's anarchist cartoonist Mike Flugennock - "...in the headlights" http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=3352 Yep, that's right, kiddies. You heard right — they actually looked us  right in the face and said they didn't see it coming. Cripes,  everybody else and their dog saw it coming; it was on the TV and the  papers and the Internet for weeks, months. Same with Delta. Really — the leaders of the most powerful nation on Earth, with a  metric buttload of information an...
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First look at the Sam Raimi directed Marvel movie. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Comics and Cartoons in the National Gallery of Art (and CVS)

There's some cartoons and comic books that are on display in excellent temporary exhibits at the National Gallery of Art. In their Aquatint: From Its Origins to Goya exhibit, which looks at a technique used to simulate washes in etchings or engravings, Rowlandson and Gillray are represented with famous pieces:     And then, in the truly excellent exhibit on photography, The New Woman Behind the Camera, an issue of True Comics (July 1944) is on display with other publications about photog...
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The Post reviews Sing 2 cartoon

'Sing 2' may be an utterly unnecessary sequel, but who can resist singing animals? By Kristen Page-Kirby Freelance writer Washington Post December 21 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide/movies/sing-2-movie-review/2021/12/20/9fa1662a-61a2-11ec-a7e8-3a8455b71fad_story.html (2 stars) [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Flash #112 - 1st Elongated Man

Flash #112 Flash v1 #112, 1960 - The sudden appearance of a masked man who can effortlessly stretch coincides with a string of mysterious robberies. Is the Elongated Man the culprit? While the Flash investigates, Ralph Dibny shares his origin story with the reader. Obsessed with the circus Indian Rubber Men, he dedicates his life to find their secret. Many chemical experiments later, Dibny not [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Amateur radio videos: S-parameters, crystals go to war, why Fluke meters cost so much

An intro to S-parameters With the advent of the nanoVNA, S- parameter measurement is now within reach of most hams. What are S-parameters? Watch this video and find out. Most hams probably don’t need to know this stuff, but it’s pretty cool when you do know it.  Crystals go to war They don’t make films like this anymore. I’m guessing that they don’t make crystals like this anymore, either. Why are Fluke meters so expensive? Fluke meters are arguably the Cadillacs of the test and mea...
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Neige Bunny Girl Ero-Figure at the Mercy of Her Captors

Collectors who find themselves lacking in terms of new bunny girl figures can bolster their stockpiles with the enchanting Neige, an original girl sketched by artist Kamaboko who has come to life in figure form and is completely at the mercy of buyers due to being chained up – perverts can strip Neige nude July […]
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NO TIME TO DIE Debuts at Number 1 on the UK Home Entertainment Chart

No Time To Die debuts at Number 1 on the Official Film Chart – taking this year’s crown as the Christmas Number 1 film. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Review: Vivo

— by BEV QUESTAD — Being that “Vivo” is a children’s animated film, I gathered experts around me to watch and help with this review. What follows are the impressions and final judgments. “Vivo” means alive and that’s what energy Lin-Miranda has certainly infused into this fun family film. It opens in an animated Havana, […]
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HBO Max Made A Calcifer Yule Log, Proving That The Best Blaze Indeed Burns Brightest When Circumstances Are At Their Worst

Just in time for the holidays, Calcifier — the sassy fire demon from Hayao Miyazaki's 2004 anime film, "Howl's Moving Castle" — has become the subject of his own yule log. HBO Max is the exclusive streaming home for "Howl's Moving Castle" and most Studio Ghibli films, and it's there you'll find the Calcifier log. Basically, it's a 30-minute clip that you can put on in the background and pretend is crackling with warmth in lieu of having an actual fireplace in your home.Billy Crystal voiced Calci...
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Komi-san wa Komyushou desu Season 2 Planning Even More Adorable Shyness

Komi-san wa Komyushou desu, a series about a shy girl who wants to make real friends, already has a second season on its way, news that will hardly prove surprising considering the staggering popularity of the manga, and sure to have many excited to see the easily flustered Komi for at least a little while […]
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Bryan Fuller's Christine 'Will Be Horny As Hell'

It was announced last June that "Hannibal" and "Pushing Daisies" mastermind Bryan Fuller was attempting a new adaptation of John Carpenter's "Christine" and Stephen King fans have been waiting for an update ever since. Well, now we've got a little morsel or two.Apologies in advance for the blatant self-promotion, but when I'm not writing up nerdy things for /Film I co-host a podcast called "The Kingcast" alongside Mr. Scott Wampler. The format of the show is we bring in a celebrity guest to disc...
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Elijah Wood Believes Lord Of The Rings Couldn't Be Made The Same In 2021

No matter how many massive franchises come and go, "The Lord of The Rings" will always hold a special place in the hearts of millions of fans. Clearly, the movies are beloved because they're incredibly well-made, but with 20 years of retrospect, it's apparent that they were also made during a specific window of Hollywood filmmaking that benefited their creativity and ambition.Elijah Wood, who famously played Frodo in the "Lord of The Rings" trilogy, spoke with The New York Times about the circum...
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The Best Characters In Spider-Man: No Way Home, Ranked

At its core, fan service is material that's been added to a film for an audience's pleasure. Usually, it's not relevant to the story. It does not care for your "Save The Cat!" beat sheet or Robert McKee's three-act structure. Even at its best, it's extraneous. I was so worried that Jon Watts' "Spider-Man: No Way Home" was going to be "Fan Service: The Movie." I am thrilled to report that it isn't. Yes, there are meta-textual gags about Tobey Maguire's back and Paul Giamatti's Rhino in "Spider-Ma...
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'Sonic the Hedgehog 2' Riffs off 'The Matrix' for a Fun New TV Spot

"It's good to be back in blue!" This is cool. Paramount has debuted a new 30-second TV spot for Sonic the Hedgehog 2, and it's one of those fun riffs playing off of the other big movie opening this very week - The Matrix Resurrections. It plays up the red pill vs blue pill choice by asking fans to choose between a red quill vs blue quill - red for Knuckles, the new bad guy in this one, and blue for Sonic. They're both on the search for search for an emerald that has the power to destroy civi...
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The King's Man Ending Explained: The Gentlemen Of Wartime

After what feels like forever, director Matthew Vaughn's "The King's Man" has finally arrived in theaters. Serving as a prequel to the events of both "Kingsman: The Secret Service" and "Kingsman: The Golden Circle," Vaughn decided to take us back to the early 1900s for a World War I film that tells the origins of the secret agency. "The King's Man" was delayed several times by the pandemic, but now it has arrived and there is much to discuss. Let's talk about the movie's ending and how it sets t...
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The Hawkeye Easter Eggs You Might Have Missed In Episode 6

Oh my Hulk, they did it! "Hawkeye" managed something no other Marvel Disney+ show has managed so far: They stuck the landing. I suppose in a way this episode did advertise the upcoming "Echo" show, but it wasn't hammered over our heads. It didn't look like a commercial. Alaqua Cox did more to make me want to watch it than any particular scene. It was a full story, despite hinting at the upcoming "Echo" spin-off show. (Thankfully, that wasn't hammered over our heads, it didn't feel like a commerc...
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Superhero Bits: Eternals Passes A Major Box Office Milestone, Aquaman 2 Synopsis Revealed & 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:The first poster for "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness""Aquaman and the Lost King" synopsis hints at an evil alliance"Eternals" crosses a major box office mileston...
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The Daily Stream: Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone Is Science Fiction With A Beating Heart

(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 Series: "The Twilight Zone" (1959-1964)Where You Can Stream It: HuluThe Pitch: Rod Serling's seminal science fiction anthology series follows astronauts, soldiers, businessmen, criminals, housewives, and countless other everyday people as they encounter scenarios which boggle the mind and test the limits of imagination. Several e...
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iLive 40″ HD Sound Bar with Bluetooth Review

We are a family that loves our entertainment, especially in the cold winter months. Often times you will find us curled up in front of our fireplace kicking back watching movies. If you’re a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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The King's Man Credits Scene Explained: So You Say You Want A Revolution?

Inspired by the comic book series "The Secret Service" by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons, and serving as a prequel to 2014's "Kingsman: The Secret Service" and 2017's "Kingsman: The Golden Circle," Matthew Vaughn's "The King's Man" is an odd amalgamation of cartoonish violence and somber melodrama. Set decades before the events of the first two films, "The King's Man" centers on several events during World War I and the establishment of the Kingsman agency. Matthew Goode's Shepherd/Captain Morton ...
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Super Pumped Trailer: Joseph Gordon-Levitt Founded Uber, And Now He's Under Attack

We've entered a new chapter of the Eat the Rich media era — the one where we focus all our energy on hating Silicon Valley. Prepare for frenzied boardroom meetings, flashing nightclub lights, and lots of whiny white guys in blazers (this also works as a description of HBO's "Succession")! 2022 promises a number of stories about the rise and fall of tech businesses looming on the horizon like an approaching storm: Amanda Seyfried is taking on the role of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes in Hulu'...
Tags: Uber, Hbo, Television, Movies, News, Arianna Huffington, California, Showtime, Uma Thurman, Trailers, Anne Hathaway, Silicon Valley, Travis Kalanick, Hulu, Justin Timberlake, Kalanick

Daily Podcast: Hawkeye Episode 6 Spoiler Discussion "So This Is Christmas?"

On the December 22, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film editor Brad Oman to have a spoiler discussion about "Hawkeye" episode 6, entitled "So This Is Christmas?"Opening Banter: Brad has returned!In The Spoiler Room: Hawkeye Episode 6 "So This Is Christmas?"FeedbackMac and cheeseRob C writes in "Anna would not have known about Natasha when Yelena reappears from the blip as it would be days, weeks or even months after the blip before the public w...
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Colin Firth, Toby Jones, And More Join Sam Mendes' Empire Of Light

Sam Mendes is assembling the cast of his next film, and even though it hasn't actually been made yet, it already sounds like an awards contender in-the-making. The "1917" director's latest project is titled "Empire of Light," and we previously learned that Olivia Colman and Michael Ward would star. Now "Empire of Light" has added several additional actors, including Colin Firth, Crystal Clarke, Tanya Moodie, and Toby Jones, per Deadline.We can't report much about the plot of "Empire of Light" ye...
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The Kind Of Lawyer I Want To Be This Holiday Season

Getting in the holiday spirit. The post The Kind Of Lawyer I Want To Be This Holiday Season appeared first on Above the Law.
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'Veep's Jonah Ryan: Why Is He Funny?

By Andrew Wheat Published: December 22nd, 2021
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Atlanta Finally Returns In March After A Four Year Break

It's been a dark four years without "Atlanta," but luckily, the show has finally set a return date. The third season of FX's experimental series will return on March 24, 2022, with a new teaser trailer set to debut on Christmas Day.The Emmy-winning series created by Donald Glover made an immeasurable impact on the industry when it debuted in 2016. The influence of the ever-shifting dark comedy about an Atlanta rapper and his manager/cousin is clear across the TV landscape even as it's been on hi...
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The Matrix Resurrections Ending Explained: Love Never Dies

Nostalgia is a powerful drug. But even stronger than the power of remembering how good we once had it, is the power of wondering how good it might be. To yearn — for love, for a better life, for a better future — is to be human, and Hollywood has long tapped into that all-consuming emotion. Or maybe they've weaponized it against us and created stories of yearning so powerful that we live vicariously through them and forget what we ourselves truly want. Enter: "The Matrix Resurrections."The fourt...
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