Film Maudit 2.0 2022 Review - MIDNIGHT IN A PERFECT WORLD

A group of young friends are caught in a sinister blackout. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Batman #200 - Neal Adams cover + milestone issue

Neal AdamsBatman v1 #200, 1969 - Against a background of previous issues, Batman and Robin hold a bat-shaped sign touting the 200th issue. While the concept has been done before, Neal Adams has a contemporary style that nicely contrasts old vs new. Inside, a run-in with the Scarecrow paralyzes the dynamic duo with fear. Alfred the butler snaps them out of it by retelling their respective origin [Author: Teddy]
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Tales of the Mysterious Traveler #7 - Steve Ditko art

Tales of the Mysterious Traveler #7 Tales of the Mysterious Traveler v1 #7, 1958 - Steve Ditko contributes multiple stories in this issue. In the first, an Australian rancher discovers an odd little creature that makes the Aboriginal natives extremely fearful. The second tells of a young man's unbelievable good luck and its unforeseen consequences (curiously, the last panel is drawn by someone [Author: Unknown]
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Evil Ryu Spirit Invades Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

To celebrate Street Fighter‘s 35th anniversary, Evil Ryu will be temporarily available as a Spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, a surprise to many since development on the massive crossover fighting game concluded some time ago. After development concluded on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, few expected a tweet from the official Smash Bros. account announcing […]
Tags: Games, Events, Anniversaries, Anime, Street Fighter, Mascots, Smash Bros, Kingdom Hearts, Crossover, Capcom, Ryu, Fighting Games, Nintendo Switch

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Heroine Byleth Figure Wields Blazing Sword

Good Smile Company has opened up pre-orders for their new Fire Emblem figure of female Byleth from Fire Emblem: Three Houses, the attractive woman wielding powerful weapons in a truly dynamic pose. The 1/7 figure depicts female Byleth, the protagonist of Fire Emblem: Three Houses, wearing her normal, appealing uniform as she wields two different […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Anime Figures, Oppai, Image Gallery, Fire Emblem, Good Smile Company, Intelligent Systems, Byleth

Voice Actor Troy Baker Angers Fans With New NFT Partnership

Popular voice actor Troy Baker has partnered with NFT group “Voiceverse NFT”, inciting anger in his fans and others who despise the notion of NFTs, which might sadly continue to permeate the entertainment industry. Troy Baker, showing the same level of integrity that allowed him to defend and explain the reviled choices made in The […]
Tags: Business, Usa, Money, Internet, International, Anime, Cryptocurrency, NFT, Last Of US, Troy Baker, Voice Actor Troy Baker Angers Fans With New NFT, Voiceverse NFT

Deborah Levy: I used writing as therapy to help me talk again after jailing of my father

Acclaimed novelist reveals she became almost silent as a child due to stressNovelist Deborah Levy first discovered writing as a kind of therapy when her voice disappeared as a child, she has revealed.Appearing on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, the popular British writer, acclaimed for her Booker Prize-shortlisted novels Swimming Home and Hot Milk, said her voice gradually got quieter during her schooldays in South Africa. Continue reading...
Tags: Books, Media, Bbc, Radio, Culture, South Africa, Radio 4, Desert Island Discs, BBC Radio, Deborah Levy, Hot Milk

Koi wa Sekai Seifuku no Ato de Fights Against Evil & for Love

Sentai-inspired conflict and cuteness is rife in Koi wa Sekai Seifuku no Ato de as its newest PV has gone through the usual routine of showing off scenes and introducing characters, all the while emphasizing the struggle of good versus evil and the romance budding between two people from different factions. Those anticipating a combat-heavy […]
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Drama, Trailer, Parody, Anime, Koi, Image Gallery, Project No.9, Sentai, Koi wa Sekai Seifuku no Ato de, Sekai Seifuku

The Daily Stream: High-Rise Is A Stylish Dystopian Nightmare

(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: "High-Rise"Where You Can Stream It: HBO MaxThe Pitch: Directed by Ben Wheatley and based on the 1975 novel of the same name by J.G. Ballard, "High-Rise" is a dystopian fable about classism, capitalism, and consumerism. The film is set in a luxury residential high-rise building sometime in the 1970s. This place is cushy — y...
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How To Watch America's Funniest Home Videos Tribute To Bob Saget

Fans are still mourning the loss of actor, host, and comedian Bob Saget, who tragically passed away last week at the age of 65. The beloved star of "Full House" was the TV dad of a generation, and also the original host of the long-running ABC comedy show, "America's Funniest Home Videos." In honor of his legacy, "America's Funniest Home Videos" is putting on a special tribute to Saget, airing at the beginning of Sunday's episode at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT, exactly one week after Saget died at the Ritz-...
Tags: Television, Movies, Abc, America, Bob, Hulu, Bob Saget, Alfonso Ribeiro, Orlando Florida, Ritz Carlton, TruTV, Tosh, Tom Bergeron, Saget, Afv, Funniest Home Videos

The Expanse's Steven Strait Looks Back On James Holden's Journey To The Series Finale [Interview]

With the final episode of "The Expanse" airing this Friday, /Film had the chance to talk with James Holden himself — actor Steven Strait — about the end of the show.Read on to get Strait's thoughts on portraying Holden's arc through the six seasons of the series and what it was like going back to play a very young and naïve Holden for the show's X-Ray short. There's also some cat talk (if you know, you know), for your enjoyment.And warning! Spoilers for the series finale of "The Expanse" lie ahe...
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'Bob's Burgers' Movie Trailer Is A Reminder Of Why The Show's Great

By Cezary Jan Strusiewicz Published: January 15th, 2022
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Persona 4’s Chie & Naoto Take Turns With a Man in the Classroom

Despite Persona 4 being from quite some time ago, there are still plenty of hardcore fans who have yet to forget about the enchanting Chie and perfect tomboy Naoto, as this perverse animation has the male protagonist playing with both of the unique females. While lacking in penetration, those who highly admire contact with a […]
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Tales From The Box Office: How Wes Craven's Scream Saved The Slasher Genre

(Welcome to Tales from the Box Office, our column that examines box office miracles, disasters, and everything in between, as well as what we can learn from them.)Horror is truly one of the mainstay staples of Hollywood and, in many ways, its ever-reliable backbone. Slasher flicks, specifically, feel as though they have always done particularly well. It's a genre where an investment of a few million dollars can eventually lead to the "Halloween" franchise taking in over $700 million at the globa...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Box Office, Jamie Lee Curtis, Caribbean, Billy, Campbell, Barrymore, Williamson, Matthew Lillard, Casey, Sidney, Freddy Krueger, Stu, Kevin Williamson

When American Editors Butchered A Hayao Miyazaki Classic

By Talbert Gregson Published: January 15th, 2022
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Francis Ford Coppola Used A Mafia Move To Escape Getting Fired From The Godfather

Late last year, we delved into a bit of Hollywood history and examined how director Francis Ford Coppola was nearly fired during the production of "The Godfather." The arrival of 2022 brings the 50th anniversary of "The Godfather" and a theatrical rerelease and 4K restoration of "cinema's most beloved masterpiece," as Paramount's new trailer calls it. Coppola is doing press to promote it, and he has again shared the story of watching the Oscars in 1971 with friend and fellow filmmaker Martin Sco...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Marlon Brando, Paramount, Ernest Borgnine, Francis Ford Coppola, Patton, Vito Corleone, Brando, Marlon, Coppola, Michael Corleone Al Pacino, Martin Scorsese Scorsese, Vito Coppola

Year Of The Vampire: The Transfiguration Brings Blood-Sucking Down To Earth

(Welcome to Year of the Vampire, a series examining the greatest, strangest, and sometimes overlooked vampire movies of all time in honor of "Nosferatu," which turns 100 this year.)As a forever fan of fellows with fangs, there's little I won't watch as long as vampires are involved. In my quest to consume all things vampire, there have been disappointments, joys, and hidden gems. The 2016 indie vampire movie "The Transfiguration" is definitely in the third category. It's one of those movies that...
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Japanese Man Covered in Water Purposely Electrocutes Self in Police Box

A seemingly emotionally distraught Japanese man was apprehended by police after he charged into a police box covered in water and reached for the electrical socket to commit suicide, with there currently being no explanation behind his hazardous actions. Taking place at one in the morning on the 11th, the accused 32-year-old male company employee […]
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Easter Eggs You May Have Missed In Scream

As we've come to know over the years, one of the best parts of the "Scream" franchise is the meta element. The focus on the "rules" of horror movies and the commentary on the genre at large is what makes the franchise so lovable, and to see ourselves as fans reflected back at us in such an iconic and memorable way is what keeps us coming back. So, naturally, they decided to up the meta-ante in 2022's "Scream," which arrived in theaters this weekend.And because they decided to up the meta-ante th...
Tags: Movies, Wes, Drew Barrymore, Ghostface, Parker Posey, Sam, Alfred Hitchcock, Tori Spelling, Easter, Nick Cave, John Carpenter, Gale, Mark, Vince, Barrymore, Hayden Panettiere

Cecily Strong on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

The post Cecily Strong on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon appeared first on Jumbo Dump.
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Artist Soso Completely Obsessed With the Unique Genshin Impact Girls

Another artist has been seemingly irreversibly influenced by the charming maidens of Genshin Impact as the dedicated Soso often sketches the recognizable females being penetrated and played with, the Blue Archive females also periodically receiving some contributions as well. Individuals completely enamored by Genshin Impact will surely regard Soso and their works to be mandatory […]
Tags: Parody, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, SOSO, Genshin Impact

Moon Knight Trailer Preview Shows Marc Spector Getting In Touch With His Inner Chaos

The Marvel Studios TV shows on Disney+ are really starting to take off, giving creatives a chance to explore some of the comic book characters in longer storytelling formats. After the Christmas fun of "Hawkeye," we're set to dive into something much darker with Oscar Isaac in "Moon Knight." A new trailer for "Moon Knight" will drop on Monday during the NFL Super Wild Card matchup on ESPN and ABC, and Marvel has released a teaser for that trailer with some new footage. "Moon Knight" looks like i...
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'Freaks And Geeks': Should There Ever Be A Reunion?

By Chris Pauls Published: January 15th, 2022
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Steven Spielberg And 3 Other Legendary Directors Who Flopped At Comedy

By Matt Solomon Published: January 15th, 2022
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New Release Review [Cinema] - SCREAM

A new Ghostface killer stalks Woodboro. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Scream Had Multiple Fake Scripts To Keep Those Darn Actors From Spoiling Things

It's not unusual to hear of movies or TV shows going to great lengths to safeguard plot secrets, particularly since Al Gore invented the Internet and made it so easy for things to leak online. Gore was vice president the first time the title "Scream" landed on movie marquees back in 1996, and now here we are again, looking at another film in the same franchise with the same title. The latest "Scream" (which is really "Scream 5") features returning cast members Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and D...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Movies, News, Abc, Steven Soderbergh, Paramount Pictures, George Lucas, Gore, Al Gore, Meg Ryan, David Arquette, Quaid, Dennis Quaid, Randy Quaid, David Prowse

"And studios are loath to send out screening links because they... can see how we watch the movies via the links they send us."

"They can see where we pause, how many times we rewind, how often we start again altogether. Most tellingly, they know when a critic checks out completely: said critic lets the movie play all the way through the credits. No one watches a (non-Marvel) movie all the way through the credits.Watching at home just encourages bad habits. It introduces kids, laptops, pets, phones, doorbells, Twitter, bathroom breaks, endless distractions.... But studios and filmmakers are correct to counter writers’ de...
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Can 'Cobra Kai' Please Hire Someone to Help It With Its Japanese?

By Cezary Jan Strusiewicz Published: January 15th, 2022
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Marvel Wanted To Turn Spider-Man Into A Gritty Adulterer

By Maxwell Yezpitelok Published: January 15th, 2022
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Weekend Post

 Great expression in Hollywood: Mentors get eaten by their young. While there is certainly no shortage of that “All About Eve” type behavior, I must say that for myself, I would never be... [Author: By Ken Levine]
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