Film Maudit 2.0 2022 Review - THE FOUND FOOTAGE PHENOMENON

Exploration of the found-footage sub-genre. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Euphoria Season 2 Yearbook: New Year, Dirty Work

(This article includes in-depth spoilers from the "Euphoria" season 2 premiere)Does anyone else feel like they just ran a marathon? Sam Levinson's teen drama powerhouse "Euphoria" returned tonight with its long-anticipated second season premiere, and it may have been the most "Euphoria" episode to ever "Euphoria." The hour followed the students of East Highland High School as they rang in the new year at a massive, chaotic party that ended in bloodshed. The episode started with bloodshed, too; i...
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Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 1/9/22

Tony Tallarico – RIP by D. D. Degg January 7, 2022 [MR1]   http://www.dailycartoonist.com/index.php/2022/01/07/tony-tallarico-rip/   The Repressive, Authoritarian Soul of "Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends" By Jia Tolentino September 28, 2017 https://www.newyorker.com/culture/rabbit-holes/the-repressive-authoritarian-soul-of-thomas-the-tank-engine-and-friends ...
Tags: Comics, Ben Affleck, Disney, Netflix, Batman, Pixar, Jia Tolentino, Mike Rhode, Comics Research Bibliography, Bryan Lee O Malley, William Hughes, Domee Shi, Ryan Claytor, Kate Fitzsimons, Calvin Reid Heidi The Beat MacDonald, Juan Poblete

Captain America special #1 - Jack Kirby reprint

Captain America special #1Captain America special v1 #1, 1971 - Re-presenting stories from the mid to late 1960s, most were roughly laid out by Jack Kirby for others to finish. One superb standout is Cap's origin from Tales of Suspense #63, which Kirby actually pencilled. Other artists in this issue include George Tuska. Cover by Marie Severin.  - - - - - - - - - - Home / Kirby / Captain America [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Doctor Strange v2 #23 - Jim Starlin art

Doctor Strange v2 #23 Doctor Strange v2 #23, 1977 - Trapped in the Quadriverse, Doctor Strange encounters an array of odd creatures and characters. Despite the overwhelming style of the inker, Jim Starlin's hand is evident throughout the story. The composition of each page is precise and distinctive. Combined with his brilliant sequencing, this effort rivals some of the best work on the series [Author: Unknown]
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Akebi-chan no Sailor Fuku Aching to Wear a Seifuku

A new slice of life series has arrived this season as Akebi-chan no Sailor Fuku stars heroine Akebi Komichi, a girl living in the countryside, as she gets to attend a prestigious school while proudly wearing a seifuku, the anime sure to entertain those who love ogling happy schoolgirls who aren’t doing particularly anything. Omake:
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The best Michael de Adder cartoons of 2021 [in print as Michael de Adder: The best of 2021]

The best Michael de Adder cartoons of 2021 [in print as Michael de Adder: The best of 2021] Looping topper animation for Opinion EOY Cartoons Deadder (TWP) By Michael de Adder Editorial cartoonist Washington Post (January 2, 2022): A21 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/12/30/de-adder-best-cartoons-2021/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Sergio Peçanha latest for The Washington Post

Pope Francis, your comments on choosing pets over children don't add up By Sergio Peçanha Graphics columnist | January 7, 2022 https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2022/01/07/pope-francis-pets-make-us-better-people-even-if-we-dont-have-children/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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The Introvert's Paradox

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Full House Star Bob Saget Is Dead At 65

Beloved comedian and "Full House" star Robert "Bob" Saget has died at the age of 65. The news was first announced via the Twitter account of the Orange County Sheriff's Office, where it was reported that a man identified as Robert Saget was found unresponsive and pronounced dead on the scene at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes location. At this time, the detectives on scene report no evidence of drug use or foul play. According to his most recent Twitter post, Saget performed at the Ponte ...
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Shikkakumon no Saikyou Kenja Full of Fantasy World Fighting & Combat

Shikkakumon no Saikyou Kenja is set in a world full of magic, knights, monsters, and the usual fantasy world staples that many are quite familiar with, the show’s main premise being the protagonist having a lesser combat “mark” as they are revived in the future with the mark they actually wanted, albeit under depressing circumstances. […]
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Baki King of Souls Smartphone Game Ready to Deal Irreversible Damage

The Baki series is diving yet again into the world of games as Baki King of Souls is releasing for smartphones in honor of the franchise’s 30th anniversary, bound to have plenty of overly muscular males beating each other into submission, all while trying to convince players to fork up cash for gacha. A 30-second […]
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Andrew Garfield Had Lots Of Fun Lying About Spider-Man: No Way Home

For some Hollywood actors, particularly those bound up in the web of secrecy surrounding the Marvel Cinematic Universe, non-disclosure agreements are a burden. Then there's "The Amazing Spider-Man" star Andrew Garfield, who describes the experience of lying to the press as "rather stressful but also weirdly enjoyable."Garfield's return in "Spider-Man: No Way Home," alongside fellow former Spider-Man actor Tobey Maguire, was pretty much the world's worst-kept secret in the lead-up to the release ...
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The Daily Stream: Jesus Loves Winners As Long As They're Drop Dead Gorgeous

(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 Film: "Drop Dead Gorgeous"Where You Can Stream It: HBO MaxThe Pitch: Join a fake-documentary crew visiting the beautiful Mount Rose, Minnesota for the annual Mount Rose American Teen Princess pageant, a qualifying pageant as part of the nation-wide American Teen Princess Pageant. Run by Gladys Leeman (Kirstie Alley), former pagea...
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Euphoria Review: Season 2 Is Bolder, Deeper, And More Relentless

"Euphoria" is, in essence, two shows in one. It's a glam teen melodrama, like an amped-up "Skins," whose leads inexplicably wear runway fashion to high school and sometimes threaten to kill each other. It's also an unflinching look at addiction and depression -- a raw nerve of vulnerability expressed through high caliber acting and filmmaking. The series has always grappled with these two seemingly irreconcilable halves, but two powerful bridge episodes between the first season and the second ma...
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Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania Star Bill Murray Confirms He's Playing A Villain

It's hard to imagine Bill Murray, most known for his goofy good-guy roles in movies like "Ghostbusters," playing a villain. Fortunately, we don't have to imagine such a thing at all because we can see it for ourselves soon. In a recent interview on "The Eli Manning Show," Murray revealed that not only will he be appearing in upcoming Marvel sequel "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania," but that his role will be that of a villain. When Manning casually asked, "Aren't you in like a superhero movie c...
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Ernest Hemingway's (Less Famous) Brother Created His Own Country

By Ethan Tyrrell Published: January 09th, 2022
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The London Beer Flood: The Alcoholic 'Act Of God'

By Ethan Tyrrell Published: January 09th, 2022
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Lewd Game Show Animation Replete With Even Raunchier Futanari Games

Nyakumi, an artist specializing in 3D CG animations, has unleashed the third iteration of their lewd game show series as Ichigo of Darling in the Franxx, Aqua of KonoSuba, and 2B of Nier: Automata continue to compete in sex-based futanari games in an attempt to win some sort of prize (with the abundance of sex […]
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Why Does Disney Still Lack Faith In Diverse Animated Movies?

Disney's recent announcement that "Turning Red" will debut on Disney+ in lieu of a theatrical release is the latest disappointment in a series of them, as the media giant has been routinely relegating a diverse array of animated films to its streaming platform during the pandemic.In addition to "Turning Red" (which features an Asian protagonist), Disney previously opted to release "Soul," featuring Disney's first Black male protagonist, exclusively on Disney+ after canceling its theatrical run d...
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Netflix Developing a Scott Pilgrim Anime

Scott Pilgrim, a popular film from back in 2010, is now receiving an anime courtesy of Japanese studio Science Saru at Netflix in partnership with Universal Studios, sure to breathe new life into the series and bound to have some wondering about the quality. Aside from Science Saru, series creator Bryan Lee O’Malley will also […]
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'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' Is Even More Spielberg-y Than We Thought

By JM McNab Published: January 09th, 2022
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The Erotic Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates H Bouncing Onto the Nintendo Switch

The Genkai Tokki series is making a return of sorts after years of stagnation as Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates H is being ported to the Nintendo Switch, the rather raunchy and bouncy service-laden RPG being just as sexy as it was when it first launched (which will relieve many). The title will make its way […]
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5 Screwed-Up Operations America Pulled Overseas

By Michael Dawson Published: January 09th, 2022
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Ben Affleck Opens Up About His Batman Casting Backlash

While "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" and "Zack Snyder's Justice League" are quite divisive films (and by "divisive" I personally mean "terrible"), Ben Affleck's portrayal of Batman was probably one of the better things to come out of them. He may have been a little older and more grizzled than his predecessors, but he was able to crack a joke here and there to remind people how fun the Caped Crusader could be. He also wasn't afraid to get in on the hand to hand combat and didn't rely too h...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, Justice, Ben Affleck, Robert Pattinson, Justice League, Batgirl, Batman, Michael Keaton, Batman V Superman, Jesus Christ, Miller, Ezra Miller, Snyder, Keaton

TV, Interrupted: Why GLOW Deserved Another Round In The Ring

(Welcome to TV, Interrupted, a series where the /Film team remembers, eulogizes, and makes a case for the revival of TV shows we loved that were canceled far too soon.)Nobody ever said being an entertainment junkie would be smooth sailing all the time. Whom among us can't relate to the whirlwind rush of discovering a new show, quickly getting way too invested in the characters and ongoing storylines, urging all our friends and family to share in its joys along with us ... only to find out one da...
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That Time 'Jurassic Park' Almost Drove A Species To Extinction

By Talbert Gregson Published: January 09th, 2022
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The Riddler's Origin Story Is Surprisingly Goofy

By JM McNab Published: January 09th, 2022
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Naruto’s Hyuuga Hinata Absolutely Fearless Courtesy of Cosplay by Byoru

Hyuuga Hinata, a reputed female kunoichi from the Naruto series, was handed the spotlight yet again thanks to cosplayer Byoru, whose rendition of the shy maiden has her boldly wearing a tiny swimsuit and exposing a great deal of her feminine body. The stimulating cosplay will surely have many seeing Hinata in a whole new […]
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I Know What You Did Last Summer Has Been Cancelled After Its First Season

Another victim has been claimed in the "I Know What You Did Last Summer" franchise. However, instead of the latest teen magazine heartthrobs or social media-laden zoomers, Amazon has dropped the ax (or the hook?) on "I Know What You Did Last Summer" itself. The short-lived TV show, released on Amazon Prime, was a modern take on the 1973 novel by Lois Duncan that spawned the 1997 film.According to Deadline, the new horror series from writer Sara Goodman and OG "I Know What You Did Last Summer" pr...
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