First Trailer and Poster for Ti West’s X

First look at West's return to the horror genre. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, The Movie Waffler, Ti West

The SAG Awards Snubbed The Best Performance Of The Year

Every year, there is an awards snub that cuts to the heart of who we are as human beings, and lays bare our deepest impulses to decry the "Academy" and whatever horse the lot of them rode in on. Truly, it happens every year. This year, it just so happened to be the one no one expected: the princess herself, Kristen Stewart.Stewart's critically hailed performance as Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín's "Spencer" was curiously shut out of the Best Actress race for the Screen Actors Guild Awards, acco...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Movies, Nicole Kidman, Prince Charles, Diana, Lady Gaga, Academy, Hudson, Elizabeth, Spencer, Stewart, Kidman, Jennifer Hudson, Ricardos, Pablo Larrain, Larrain

Washington Times Comics Poll? Yes, but 100 years ago

Washington Times Comics Poll (Comic Chronicles) by D. D. Degg January 11, 2022 http://www.dailycartoonist.com/index.php/2022/01/11/washington-times-comics-poll-comic-chronicles/  DD got me on this one, as the Times is a barely functioning newspaper, but they still put out some print editions. [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Times, Mike Rhode, Washington Times Comics Poll, Washington Times Comics

DC 100 Page Super Spectacular #21 - key reprint

DC 100 Page Super Spectacular #21DC 100 Page Super Spectacular v1 #21 / Superboy, 1971 - While primarily focused on Superboy, this giant also contains Supergirl, Kid Eternity and Legion of Super-heroes stories. The most notable of the reprints is the first appearance of the Teen Titans, first published in Brave and the Bold #54. Other artists in this bronze age comic include John Forte, Jim [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ted Ignacio, John Forte Jim

Clay Jones buries his conservative COVID-denying colleagues

by Mike Rhode   In his cartoon from yesterday "Urine Trouble," Clay planted a bunch of conservative cartoonists, many of whom are anti-vaxxers or covid denyers, under a bunch of tombstones.  I see Scott "Dilbert" Adams, Henry Payne, Al Goodwyn, Mike Lester, Branco, Chip Bok, Glenn McCoy, Gary McCoy, Tom Stiglich, Rivers, Lisa Benson, David Hitch, Dick Wright, Bob Gorrell, Steve Kelley, Gary Varvel, Dana Summers, and of course, Ben Garrison. Christopher Key is not a cartoonist, but a nu...
Tags: Comics, Jones, Clay, Facebook Follow, Mike Rhode, Rick McKee, Editorial Cartoon, Clay Jones, COVID-19, Mike Rhode In, Ben Garrison Christopher Key, Scott Stantis Michael Ramirez

Animation exhibit at McDaniel College in Carroll County, MD

Major exhibition curated by Communication professor highlights the artistic and cultural significance of American Animation Dec 21, 2021 https://www.mcdaniel.edu/news/major-exhibition-curated-communication-professor-highlights-artistic-and-cultural-significance Robert Lemieux, associate professor of Communication and Cinema, is curator of "Icons of American Animation," which features over 150 pieces of original art representing more than 30 studios including ...
Tags: Comics, McDaniel College, Mike Rhode, Carroll County Arts Council, Robert Lemieux, American Animation, Carroll County MD, American Animation Dec, Esther Prangley Rice Gallery, Tevis Gallery, Rice Gallery

Cavna on the uncopyrighted Pooh

'Winnie-the-Pooh' just entered the public domain. Here's what that means for fans. By Michael Cavna January 8, 2022 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2022/01/08/winnie-pooh-public-domain/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Winnie, Mike Rhode, Michael Cavna, Cavna

Thunder Agents #8 - Wally Wood art & cover + 1st Raven

Wally Wood T.h.u.n.d.e.r. Agents v1 #8, 1967 - The subterranean Overlord returns in two action-packed stories by Wally Wood. In the first, Dynamo is kidnapped and transferred to the villain's lair (inexplicably styled as a medieval castle). The reverse occurs in the second tale, as a subterranean is captured and interrogated by the Thunder Agents. Dan Adkins is credited as penciller, [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Dynamo, Keys, Wood, Superhero, Unknown, 1960s, Tower, Wally Wood, Dan Adkins, 1st Appearances

Uncle Scrooge / Four Color Comics v2 #386 - Carl Barks art & cover + 1st issue

Carl Barks Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge / Four Color Comics v2 #386, 1952 - When the Beagle Boys erect a building next to his money vault, Uncle Scrooge transports and hides his gazillions in a nearby reservoir. Unfortunately, an old habit gives it away. On one of Carl Barks' best covers, Donald Duck strains while Scrooge calculates. The illustration is rich in detail and the composition is [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Humor, Dell, Keys, 1950s, Donald Duck, Unknown, Scrooge, Barks, Carl Barks, Uncle Scrooge, Carl Barks Walt Disney, 1st Issues

Tensai Ouji no Akaji Kokka Saiseijutsu Handed Undesired Responsibility

Tensai Ouji no Akaji Kokka Saiseijutsu has made its debut as it revolves around a prince being handed the responsibility of running a country after the king became ill, combat and bloody fantasy world battles taking up the majority of the episode and perhaps bound to be deemed too generic by some watchers. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Money, Drama, Trailer, Fantasy, Economics, Anime, Image Gallery, Yokohama Animation Lab, Tensai Ouji no Akaji Kokka Saiseijutsu, Tensai Ouji, Akaji Kokka Saiseijutsu

Where Everybody Knows Everybody

Small towns, man
Tags: Comics

Lucoa wa Boku no XX desu Rife With Cross Dressing & Bare Dragon Breasts

Lucoa wa Boku no XX desu, a spinoff manga of Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon, will hopefully again prove entertaining to read (or stare at for long periods of time) as the fourth volume still has Lucoa getting naked quite frequently, bound to be satisfying in comparison to the nipple-less anime. In addition to Lucoa’s […]
Tags: Comedy, Parody, Anime, Fetish, Manga, Boku, Dragons, Kobayashi, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, Maids, Ero-manga, Spin-off, Crossdressing, Maid Dragon

A Colo(u)rful Complaint (Limerick)

After encountering a colo(u)rful complaint about my new favorite word game “Wordle,” I felt compelled to write this limerick: Some harbo(u)r a gripe against “Wordle,” Cuz their labo(u)rs encounter a hurdle: Just one “u” used in rumo(u)r? This causes ill humo(u)r… And apparently makes their blood curdle.
Tags: Humor, Wordle, Limerick, Limericks, Word Games, American English, British English, Games Humor, Language Humor, Language Limerick, Spelling Humor, Spelling Limerick, Language Humour, Spelling Humour

Aquaman 2 Has Officially Wrapped Production

Filming has officially wrapped on "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom," according to an Instagram post from director/producer James Wan. The sequel to 2018's "Aquaman" gave us a very cool first look during DC FanDome back in October of 2021, only a few weeks after shooting began. In the Instagram post, Wan shows off a shot of himself, Jason Momoa who plays Arthur Curry, aka Aquaman, and Patrick Wilson who plays Orm, aka Ocean Master, on a beach in Malibu, California. Wan says in the post:And finally,...
Tags: UK, Movies, News, Instagram, Los Angeles, Aquaman, Jason Momoa, Malibu, Warner Bros Pictures, Malibu California, Pilou Asbæk, Patrick Wilson, James Wan, Temuera Morrison, Momoa, Black Manta

Sabikui Bisco Has Pretty Girls in the Post-Apocalypse

Sabikui Bisco might prove refreshing in a sea of isekai as the series is set in a post-apocalyptic world with a plague of sorts that leaves only rust behind, and the show follows a strange criminal whose arrows leave behind colossal mushrooms. The plot-focused series often gives watchers attractive females to ogle: Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Anime, Oz, Oppai, Image Gallery, Sabikui Bisco

Every Emma Watson Role Ranked Worst To Best

The audience discovered Emma Watson when she was only 11 years old. The role of Hermione Granger didn't just launch Watson's acting career, but made it, as she spent a decade filming the eight-movie series. In the following decade, the young Brit then proved she could do more than play a teenage wizard, appearing in almost a dozen movies and trying her hand at different types of characters and genres, building on the reputation that Hermione gave her.Acting isn't Watson's only passion, though. A...
Tags: Google, Rachel Bilson, Hollywood, London, Movies, California, Time, Brit, Disney, Los Angeles, Noah, Williams, Santiago, Chile, James Franco, Harry Potter

The Daily Stream: Red Eye Is A Sturdy, Solid Thriller From The Late, Great Wes Craven

(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: "Red Eye"Where You Can Stream It: HuluThe Pitch: Hotel manager Lisa (Rachel McAdams) is afraid of flying, but she has to catch a red-eye flight back home following a funeral. Her fears of flying are somewhat assuaged when she meets a very handsome, very charming fellow traveler – who just happens to have the amazing name o...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, United States, Homeland Security, Rachel Mcadams, Jackson, Hulu, Cillian Murphy, Lisa, Wes Craven, Craven, Lisa Rachel McAdams, Jackson Rippner, Brian Cox Lisa

Gugu Mbatha-Raw & David Oyelowo in Thriller 'The Girl Before' Trailer

"My houses make demands of people…" HBO Max has debtued the official trailer for a psychological thriller mini-series titled The Girl Before, created by author J.P. Delaney and adapted from his own novel of the same name. A traumatized woman falls in love with an extraordinary minimalist house in London, which remains under the spell of the architect who originally designed it, but not everything in this home may be as it seems. "When Jane makes the shocking discovery that her predecessor Em...
Tags: London, Movies, Trailer, David Oyelowo, Emma, Delaney, Jane, Gugu Mbatha Raw, To Watch, Gugu Mbatha Raw David Oyelowo, HBO Max, Jane David Oyelowo

The Next Gen Of Board Games (Quietly) Arrived

By Stephen Buckley Published: January 12th, 2022
Tags: Humor, Stephen Buckley

Ryan Serhant to clients: Half of all homes will be purchased with crypto

In his annual letter to clients, the luxury broker and star of "Million Dollar Listing New York" sang the praises of blockchain technology and its expanding impact on the real estate industry.
Tags: New York, Radio, Ryan Serhant

The Horror Film Stephen King Said Was 'Too Freaky' To Finish

By Carly Tennes Published: January 12th, 2022
Tags: Humor, Carly Tennes, Stephen King Said

Marvel Studios' Eternals Is A Love Story

Chloé Zhao is the biggest name to helm a Marvel movie yet — the prolific auteur made history last year after her work on "Nomadland'' earned her Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director. She became the second woman to win an Oscar for directing and the first woman of color to earn the title. And she's terrific — Zhao's breathtaking vision and eloquence translate to the screen with ease, and she brings a distinctive style to the MCU, making "Eternals" an exciting step into the franchise'...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Earth, Angelina Jolie, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Jack Kirby, Richard Madden, Olympia, Zhao, Gemma Chan, Kumail Nanjiani, Don Lee, Brian Tyree Henry, Barry Keoghan, Lauren Ridloff

the dangers of selling farts

You might think the title said “the dangers of smelling farts”, which would be a more expected post, but that’s a different subject entirely, and one I don’t care to dig into. This is actually about selling farts. Before I get into the details here, let me warn you that this is dumpster fire type […]
Tags: Reality TV, News, Celebrity, Gross, Weird, In the News, Humor, Crazy, Farting, NFT, Fart, Randomness, Toots, Flatulence, Stank, Fart Art

The Book Of Boba Fett Features The Busiest Actor In Hollywood

This week's episode of "The Book of Boba Fett" introduced some exciting characters played by beloved actors like Stephen Root and Danny Trejo. But one role in particular feels most exciting, and it's one you may have missed. During the episode, Boba Fett visits the Pyke Syndicate where he meets the Pyke boss, a fish-faced humanoid from Oba Diah. While the character is live-action, the elaborate effects and makeup on the actor's face has completely eclipsed their identity, but a keen ear may have...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Martin, Danny Trejo, Samurai Jack, Stephen Root, Lamarr, Ollie Williams, Phil LaMarr, Pyke, Oba Diah, Hermes Conrad, Book of Boba Fett, Hollywood Phil, BJ Hughes Across the Star Wars

Kuroinu Mistiora Arte Cosplay by PingPing a Sensuous Tease

Those that admire the rape-themed eroge series that is Kuroinu will possibly be enchanted by this cosplay of elf dancer slave girl Mistiora Arte as the pretty PingPing has dressed as the tan beauty, sadly not exposing much of her body and certain to leave those hoping for full nudity disappointed. Males able to appreciate […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Cosplay, Elf, Tan, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Kuroinu, Pingping, Mistiora Arte

The Book Of Boba Fett Just Added A Fantastic Character Actor To The Star Wars Franchise

Maybe Boba took his stapler... The "Star Wars" television shows have cast loads of great character and voice actors, including Matt Berry, Phil LaMarr, Amy Sedaris, Richard Ayoade, and more. Now "The Book of Boba Fett" has added another incredible character to the galaxy far, far away: Stephen Root! Root, perhaps best known for playing the nebbish Milton in "Office Space," played a water-monger named Lortha Peel, petitioning Fett (Temuera Morrison) at Jabba's former palace. If you were pointing ...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Leonardo Dicaprio, Barry, Bill Hader, BoJack Horseman, Boba Fett, Hill, Milton, Jabba, Joel Coen, Fett, Boba, Ser Davos Seaworth, DreamWorks Dragons

The Equalizer 3 Already Has A Script, And Denzel Washington Is Returning To Star

Great news for anyone who loves movies where Denzel Washington gets to beat the brakes off bad guys (see: everyone), as the third installment of Antoine Fuqua's "The Equalizer" series is said to be on its way with the star returning and a script already written. There's a good chance the film will be the next project for Washington, fresh off the heels of his brilliant performance in "The Tragedy of Macbeth." Washington dropped the news during an interview with Collider, discussing his latest pe...
Tags: Apple, Movies, News, Washington, Italy, Will Smith, Queen Latifah, Macbeth, Denzel Washington, Latifah, U S Marine, Collider, DIA, Antoine Fuqua, McCall, Robert McCall

Easter Eggs You May Have Missed In The Book Of Boba Fett Episode 3

Happy Boba Fett day, everyone! Episode 3 of "The Book of Boba Fett" entitled "The Streets of Mos Espa" is chock full of Easter eggs, and it's time to go deep into the Sarlacc pit (that sounded more appropriate than "rabbit hole") to see what goodies we can identify. Naturally we are going to spoil everything, so please watch the episode before continuing.There are a whole lot of creatures and droids in this week's episode, so we'll start with those. In the opening scene, we see a B'omarr monk's ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Robert Rodriguez, Leia, Cadillac, Mando, Peter, Owen, Pelle, Hutt, Jabba, Anakin, Tosche Station, Pat Benatar, Valhalla

Daily Podcast: The Book Of Boba Fett Spoiler Discussion – Chapter 3 'The Streets Of Mos Espa'

On the January 12, 2022 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film editor Brad Oman and Star Wars expert Bryan Young to have a spoiler-filled discussion about "The Book of Boba Fett" Chapter 3, "The Streets of Mos Espa".In The Spoiler Room: The Book of Boba Fett Chapter 3 "The Streets of Mos Espa"FeedbackMatthew F wrote in: Last episode the question was asked why it took so long for Hutts to get involved again with Tatooine after the death of Jabba. In the...
Tags: Star Wars, Podcast, Movies, News, Darth Vader, Twins, James, Matt, Hutt, Danny Trejo, Mos Espa, Peter Sciretta, Boba, Jaba, Hutts, Bryan Young

Watch: 'Re-Entry' Short Film Wonders What Happens After You Die

"So what happens now…?" One of the most vital and unanswerable questions about our existence on this planet: what happens when you die? Is there an after life? Do we get all the answers to every questions? Are we reincarnated? Re-Entry is a stunning short film made by Dutch filmmaker Ben Brand (also of Life is Beautiful last year). A man dies in a car accident and, upon reawakening, strikes up a conversation with god. Answers to his questions lead to great insight about the meaning of life. ...
Tags: Movies, Short Film, Andy Weir, To Watch, Ben Brand, Issaka Sawadogo, Johnny Bang Reilly

show more filters
November - 2021
December - 2021
January - 2022