New to Shudder - VFW

A group of Vietnam veterans defend their watering hole from a horde of drugged up thugs. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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A schoolgirl finds herself trapped in an increasingly deranged loop of violence. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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The Art Of The Mitchells Vs The Machines Book Is Officially Free To Read Online

The Netflix film "The Mitchells vs The Machines" is just the sweetest thing out there. It was one of the only films my entire family could agree on during the holidays. Aside from the lovely story about creativity, reliance on technology, and the love of family, it's got Monchi, played by famous doggie personality Doug the Pug. A film like this is a gift during a really crappy time in the world, but it's not the only gift you're getting. According to a tweet from Cartoon Brew, you can now check ...
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Former local cartoonist Ronald Wimberly covers the New Yorker

Ronald Wimberly's "King Arrested for Loitering, 1958" The artist draws inspiration from the photojournalism of Charles Moore. By Françoise Mouly Art by Ronald Wimberly January 10, 2022 https://www.newyorker.com/culture/cover-story/cover-story-2022-01-17 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Star Reach Classics #3 - Alex Nino reprint

Star Reach Classics #3Star Reach Classics v1 #3, 1983 - The term "Classics" is often used as a euphemism for reprints in comics, regardless of the publisher. This issue features a fine Alex Nino tale, first published in Quack #3. Other artists in this issue include P. Craig Russell and Gene Day. Cover by Russell. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Nino / Star Reach Classics / Eclipse ebay  >this issue [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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New Trailer and Poster for UFO Thriller COSMIC DAWN

Take a look at the trailer for the alien abduction thriller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New to Amazon Prime Video - WATCH THE SUNSET

In one unbroken take, a biker attempts to escape his criminal life. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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New Trailer for Kirill Serebrennikov’s PETROV’S FLU

The Russian filmmaker's latest comes to UK cinemas in February. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Hulu Comedy Series Reboot Is Officially Happening And Judy Greer Has Joined The Cast

Hulu has ordered a new original scripted series, and in an extra-meta turn of events, it's called "Reboot." We've learned via press release that the series, which we first heard about back in August, is also adding prolific actress Judy Greer to the cast.Greer will join Keegan-Michael Key and Johnny Knoxville in the comedy series, which follows — no joke — the cast of an early 2000s sitcom that's forced to reunite when Hulu orders a reboot of the show. To be clear, "Reboot" isn't a Hulu reboot, ...
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Still Walking Criterion Collection Blu-ray

Some pictures of the Criterion Collection release of Still Walking (2008) by renowned Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda, who also bought us critically acclaimed films like Nobody Knows, After Life & Our Little Sister. The original Japanese title for the film is “Aruitemo Aruitemo (歩いても 歩いても)”; it’s coined from the title of the namesake song sung by the late actor Kirin Kiki, who plays the role of the grandmother in this film. Still Walking isn’t quite my favorite Kore-eda film ( I think th...
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Coming Out Of Their Shell

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Ted Lasso Season 3 Has Officially Started Production, Per Warner Bros. And Coach Beard

Omicron is on the rise, political divides run rampant through all the developed countries of the world, and mankind is constantly at each others' throats. What I'm saying is we need Ted Lasso now more than ever and thanks to a little heads up from Coach Beard himself, we know that production on "Ted Lasso" season 3 is officially underway.Brendan Hunt shared an image on Instagram about a week ago showing himself and Jason Sudeikis boarding a small plane with the simple phrase "here we go." Now Wa...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Instagram, Ted, Rebecca, Warner Bros, Jason Sudeikis, Sam, Richmond, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Mary Poppins, Ted Lasso, Brendan Hunt, Nate the Great, Roy Kent

Invincible Comic Colorist Sues Robert Kirkman, Alleging He Was Conned Out Of His Profits Share

The coming-of-age superhero saga "Invincible" was a TV standout when it debuted on Amazon Prime last year, thrilling fans with its gory twists and a captivating voice cast led by Steven Yeun. The show has already been renewed for two more seasons, but now its creator seems to be facing legal troubles behind the scenes.Robert Kirkman, who created both the Amazon Prime series "Invincible" and the 2003–2018 Image Comics series on which it's based, is being sued by William Crabtree, according to cou...
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Ready or Not Developer Void Interactive Apologizes for Red Pills

Void Interactive, the developer of the recently released shooter Ready or Not, decided to apologize over nonsense typical of the modern era due to an article published by the ever offended and politically correct Kotaku, who complained about various jokes and memes inserted into the game. Ready or Not (released in December 2021) is a […]
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Protected: How Prop 19 Can Help You Find That Next Home in California

Password Protected To view this protected post, enter the password below: Password: Submit The post Protected: How Prop 19 Can Help You Find That Next Home in California appeared first on Talk to CJ.
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Nicolas Cage Says Acting Is Like Mixed Martial Arts, Which Explains A Lot

I would argue that there are few actors more entertaining to watch than Nicolas Cage. Frankly, I don't care what movie he's in or how good or bad it is. Just watching him act is pure joy and weirdness, and I love every second of it. Admit it; if "Superman Lives" starring Cage had actually happened, you would have done anything to watch it, no matter how bizarre it was. His acting style is certainly not typical, and that's why we love him so very much. Cage spoke during THR's annual Actor Roundta...
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Two Los Angeles cops fired for ignoring robbery to chase a Snorlax in Pokémon GO

Los Angeles Police Department officers Louis Lozano and Eric Mitchell were fired for ignoring a robbery-in-progress because they were busy chasing a Snorlax in Pokémon GO. They appealed their termination in court but were denied. The official court opinion document is really something else. — Read the rest
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Top Los Angeles cops fired for ignoring robbery to chase a Snorlax in Pokémon GO

Los Angeles Police Department officers Louis Lozano and Eric Mitchell were fired for ignoring a robbery-in-progress because they were busy chasing a Snorlax in Pokémon GO. They appealed their termination in court but were denied. The official court opinion document is really something else. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Games, Cops, Police, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Police Department, Eric Mitchell, Pokemon Go, Louis Lozano

Iroha ni Hoero! An Endless Parade of Top Quality Nudity & Antics

Iroha ni Hoero! may yet be the next manga series readers desperately want an anime of as the latest volume release has elevated the sexiness again by applying nipples, though certain fetishists may be disappointed by the lack of the manga’s staple ejaculating girl horns. All sorts of strange happenings take place in the latest […]
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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Is Back -- And Grittier Than Ever

By Carly Tennes Published: January 10th, 2022
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Warner Bros. Has No Plans To Move The Batman Just Yet

The pandemic rages on, and I'm very tempted to use a certain quote about getting out and being pulled back in. Every time we think things are getting better, we get a new variant (I blame Loki), people refuse to wear masks, or something else awful happens. I don't need to remind you, I'm sure. One thing the pandemic has done is goof up all the movie releases, and mess with the ones that are out there. For instance, it was recently announced that Pixar's "Turning Red" is going straight to Disney+...
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Review: Nightmare Alley

— by WILLIAM STERR — “The Shape of Water,” “Crimson Peak,” “Pacific Rim,” “Pan’s Labyrinth,” “Hellboy,” “ Hellboy II,” “Blade II,” “The Devil’s Backbone,” “Mimic,” “Chronos.” Guillermo del Toro – director, writer, imaginist – has had an impressive career over the 24-year span of these films. He is the reigning king of “creature features,” even […]
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Batgirl Images Confirm The Return Of Michael Keaton's Batman And Another Key DC Character

Last month, we reported that Michael Keaton had joined the cast of "Batgirl," the upcoming HBO Max movie set in the DC Extended Universe. The news first leaked when a cast list made its way online; it has since been deleted, but The Wrap independently confirmed that Keaton is reprising his Batman role for "Batgirl." Production on the film is already underway in Glasgow, Scotland, and now some unofficial images from the set have popped up online. These images would appear to further confirm that ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, Tim Burton, Bill Murray, Batgirl, Batman, Warner Bros, Michael Keaton, Eddie Murphy, Robin, Marlon Wayans, Keaton, Burt Ward, Glasgow Scotland, J K Simmons

The White Lotus Season 2 Displays Good Taste, Casts Aubrey Plaza

HBO, Mike White, and all of the rest involved with "The White Lotus" season 2 are clearly working overtime to ensure everyone comes back for more rich, entitled problems. After rumoring the return of icon Jennifer Coolidge for the second season, the show's creators announced the inspired casting of Michael Imperioli as one of the season's starring players. That was enough for plenty of fans to make their advanced reservations to revisit "The White Lotus," but if there's any second-guessers out t...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, Aubrey Plaza, Scarlett Johansson, Harper, Mike White, Michael Imperioli, Jennifer Coolidge, Austin Stowell, Sydney Sweeney, White Lotus, Harper Spiller

Super Pumped Trailer: Book A Bumpy Uber Ride With Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Showtime has released a new trailer for "Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber," a series starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and you might want to just walk to wherever you're going after watching it.I love Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and maybe this won't glorify former CEO Travis Kalanick and a company that's had such highly publicized issues. I hope not, anyway. Look, I usually don't send people to Wikipedia pages, but go ahead and peek at the exceedingly long list of "criticisms" and "controversies" in the...
Tags: Uber, Television, Movies, News, Wikipedia, Showtime, Uma Thurman, Trailers, Silicon Valley, Morgan Freeman, Travis Kalanick, Kalanick, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Travis, Jordan Belfort, Kyle Chandler

Robert Durst Is Dead, And HBO's The Jinx Has An Ending Now

According to a statement to by his lawyer, convicted murderer Robert Durst has died in custody at the age of 78. Durst's death finally brings a long-overdue ending to a dark, decades-long story that gained national attention with HBO's 2015 limited series "The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst.""The Jinx" is a groundbreaking work of documentary filmmaking, both because it sheds light on a complex, bizarre, and contradictory true crime story, and because it was directly credited by many...
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Why Quentin Tarantino Has A Problem With Biopics

Biopics are generally a favorite of Hollywood and the Oscars because they tend to be actor showcases -- plus, as Variety mentioned in an article last year, they "can hopefully short-cut years of development that include endless notes about how the plot should change," because the events being depicted really happened (more or less). Kristen Stewart's take on Princess Diana in "Spencer" and Will Smith's performance in "King Richard" as Richard Williams, the confident and obsessive father of tenni...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Snowden, Steve Jobs, Aaron Sorkin, India, Eddie Redmayne, Elvis Presley, Diana, Danny Boyle, Lincoln, Michael Fassbender, Will Smith, Quentin Tarantino, Kristen Stewart, Richard

Superhero Bits: Kevin Smith's Ben Affleck Superman Movie, The Peacemaker Playlist & 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:Several new "Peacemaker" featurettesWant to see Denzel Washington in the MCU?Kevin Smith on Ben Affleck as Superman"Doctor Strange" director is still game to return to the MC...
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Watch: Excellent Short 'Are You Still There?' About Dealing with Grief

"Do you know how many times I jump started the car?" This excellent short film made by filmmaking duo Rayka Zehtabchi & Sam A. Davis is worth your time to watch. It screened at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival and Seattle Film Festival last year, and is available thanks to Short of the Week. Are You Still There? is about a young Iranian-American woman stuck parked in a parking lot with a dead battery. It's about much more than just that, dealing with grief and the journey of processing it. "Safa'...
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Demon Slayer's Latest Episode Is Out Of The Box And Bloodier Than Ever

Warning: Spoilers ahead, so if you aren't caught up and happen to care about spoilers, save this article for later.Episode 6 of "Demon Slayer's" Red-Light District Arc wasted no time getting straight into the action, immediately picking up where the battle between Tanjiro and Daki left off. I'm also delighted to say that Nezuko is finally back, and I cannot stress enough how glorious return of our favorite vegan demon girl was. It's no secret that Nezuko has been criminally underused this season...
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