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The Innocent Majo no Tabitabi Suddenly Murderous

The journey of the precious Elaina has rather promptly strayed into far more treacherous territory in Majo no Tabitabi as the story has transitioned from relatively positive to blood-soaked and murderous, delivering a tale both frightening and depressing and bound to serve as an interesting change of pace. Omake:
Tags: Drama, Fantasy, Anime, Witches, Blood, Elaina, Majo, Guro, Image Gallery, C2c, Majo no Tabitabi


An Immortal Girl Met With Only Cruelty & Rape in Eternal Torment

Immortality has intensified the graphic scenes of rape and abuse in visual novel Eternal Torment as the poor victim is unable to escape the cruelty through death, hopefully promising players an investing story on top of stimulating sex scenes. Written by Euphoria writer Izumi Ban’ya, Eternal Torment thrusts a slave girl into an unending hell […]
Tags: Translation, Games, Drama, English, Anime, Tentacles, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Eroge, Visual Novels, MangaGamer, Izumi Ban


‘Come Away’ Reveals Just How Difficult Adapting Fairy Tales Can Be

The trick to adapting Peter Pan is embracing that it’s a tragedy at its core. So many children’s stories are sadder and often more horrifying than they appear, though only in ways that become more clear once the reader grows up. Two of the most familiar English-language children’s stories, and among the most frequently adapted, are Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland , each of which gets blended into an odd remix in the new live-action fantasy drama Come Away . Some elements of the c...
Tags: England, Movies, Drama, Disney, Features, David, Angelina Jolie, John, Peter Pan, Anna, Pixar, Jack, David Oyelowo, Wonderland, Alice, Brad Bird


Werner Herzog Says ‘Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans’ is One of His Essential Films

Fitzcarraldo. Grizzly Man. Aguirre, the Wrath of God. Little Dieter Needs to Fly. These are what many cinephiles might call the essential Werner Herzog films. For anyone who saw him for the first time as an actor in The Mandalorian, were intrigued by him, learned he was also an acclaimed director, and are looking to dive into his filmography, those entries would be a good place to start. But if you ask the man himself, another film should be included in those ranks: 2009’s Bad Lieutenant: Port ...
Tags: Quotes, Movies, Drama, Thriller, New Orleans, Nicolas-Cage, Cage, Harvey Keitel, Werner-Herzog, Herzog, Nicolas, Abel Ferrara, Action/Adventure, Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, Fitzcarraldo Grizzly Man Aguirre


Colin Hanks, Diane Guerrero, and Nelly Join Buddy Holly Biopic ‘Clear Lake’

Colin Hanks, Diane Guerrero, and hip-hop star Nelly are the latest to join the cast of Clear Lake, the upcoming biopic about the iconic 1950s musician Buddy Holly. Variety reports that Hanks, Guerrero, and Nelly have been added to the Clear Lake cast, joining Irish actor Ruairi O’Connor, who has been cast as the legendary musician. The film, directed by Bruce Beresford, will tell the story of how Holly and other musicians in the late 1950s “gave birth to rock ‘n’ roll.” Hanks, best known for...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Casting, America, Tesla, Elton John, Bruce Beresford, Diane Guerrero, Musical, True Story, Bmg, Raleigh, Holly, Richardson, Easley


‘One Day at a Time’ Canceled by Pop TV, But It May Find Another Home

The people involved with Norman Lear‘s TV reboot of the classic sitcom One Day at a Time must be feeling a sense of deja vu, because twenty months after Netflix pulled the plug on the show, Pop TV has now done the same thing. But just like the last time it was canceled, the showrunners aren’t giving up hope. There’s still a chance the two-time Emmy-winning series could find a new network home and continue on with a fifth season. One Day at a Time Canceled…Again Deadline reports that Pop TV...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Time, Norman Lear, Netflix, Sony, Cbs, Sony Pictures, Viacom, Rita Moreno, One Day At A Time, Gloria Calderon Kellett, Mike Royce, Time Canceled Again Deadline


Pete Davidson Wants to Live Again in ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ Charity Table Read with All-Star Cast

It’s A Wonderful Life is a classic that families watch together during the holiday season, especially on Christmas Eve when NBC airs it every year. But this year, Frank Capra‘s beloved 1946 film will get a bit of a makeover courtesy of a charity table read put together for The Ed Asner Family Center, which promotes mental health and enrichment programs to special needs children and their families. Saturday Night Live cast member Pete Davidson has been tapped to take the lead role of George Bail...
Tags: Movies, Nbc, Drama, Casting, Events, Ellie Kemper, Staten Island, It's A Wonderful Life, Frank Capra, Pete Davidson, Remakes, Michael Shannon, Maude, Mary, George, Pete


Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei: Raihousha-Hen Embraces in the Nude

Conflict and plot is in profuse quantity for Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei: Raihousha-Hen as all sorts of vital encounters take place, the only relief from the nonstop drama perhaps being the extremely brief scenes of sensuous nudity or undressing. Omake:
Tags: Anime, 8-bit, Drama, Fantasy, Image Gallery, Incest, Koukou Rettousei, Oppai, Oshiri


Don’t Get Your Hopes Up for a ‘GLOW’ Movie After Netflix Cancelation, Alison Brie Says

Could a GLOW movie wrap up the beloved Netflix series after it was abruptly canceled after three seasons? “Don’t hold your breath,” said star Alison Brie, who spoke about the cancelation of the beloved comedy-drama series by Netflix as it was about to head into its fourth and final season. But while Brie said that she would be open to returning to the role in a feature film, she doesn’t think Netflix would be likely to greenlight it. Three seasons and a movie? Alison Brie is used to being pa...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Sports, Netflix, Community, Glow, Don, Marc Maron, Brie, Alison Brie, Chris Lowell, Fourth Wall, Liz Flahive, Carly Mensch


‘The Queen’s Gambit’ Broke Viewership Records for Netflix, Seemingly Encouraging the Entire World to Learn Chess

Netflix made a gambit that paid off with The Queen’s Gambit, the Anya Taylor-Joy-starring limited series that has set a new viewership record for Netflix. The Queen’s Gambit is officially the most-watched scripted limited series ever for Netflix, with 62 million member accounts worldwide having watched at least two minutes of the show over its first four weeks. This is no surprise considering the stir that The Queen’s Gambit has caused online, where it has become a major water cooler series for...
Tags: Google, Television, Movies, Drama, Netflix, New York Times, Nielsen, Scott, Netflix/Streaming Video, Anya Taylor Joy, Taylor Joy, Queen 's Gambit, The-Queens-Gambit, Peter Friedlander, Walter Tevin, Netflix Top


‘Red, White and Blue’ Trailer: John Boyega Confronts Police Brutality in Steve McQueen’s ‘Small Axe’ Film

There are few directors that have properly utilized John Boyega to his full, star-powered potential, and Steve McQueen is one of those directors. In the latest of McQueen’s Small Axe films (a collection of interrelated films), Boyega gives one of the best performances of his career as a Black police officer who faces the daunting task of trying to affect change from within a corrupt, racist system. Watch the Red, White and Blue trailer below. Red White and Blue Trailer In a drama inspir...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, London, Movies, Drama, Steve McQueen, Movie Trailers, Black Lives Matter, John Boyega, True Story, Mcqueen, Amazon Prime Video, Persia, Courttia Newland, Boyega, Leroy


David Fincher Confirms ‘Mindhunter’ is Done For Now, Originally Planned to End It With BTK Killer in the 2000s

David Fincher‘s serial killer series Mindhunter became one of Netflix’s instant critical hits, but was not enough of a commercial hit to justify a third season. As the future of the series remains in limbo, Fincher, whose new film Mank hits the streaming service soon, has confirmed in a new interview that it is effectively done…for now. Fincher had revealed to Vulture back in late October that Mindhunter most likely wouldn’t see a third season at Netflix due to the series’ costly budget and ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Atlanta, Fbi, Netflix, David-Fincher, Wichita, Rader, Fincher, Joe Penhall, Mystery/Suspense, Mark Olshaker, Mindhunter, John E Douglas, Dennis Rader


Hanyou no Yashahime Slowly Leaking the Truth

Hanyou no Yashahime has given diehard Inuyasha fans obsessed with the original cast what they desired as the show’s latest episode has further explored what happened to them, with combat also typically being in plentiful supply as the girls encounter a critical foe. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Sunrise, Anime, Image Gallery, Omake, Inuyasha, Isekai, Yashahime, Yashahime Slowly Leaking the Truth


Enen no Shouboutai Flexes Its Strength During Battle

Enen no Shouboutai has focused more on hard male abs this time as the show’s characters fight against more evildoers, the cherished Tamaki also getting a chance to fight again whilst in a clothes-torn state; her sexy “curse” also causing another erotic occurrence. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Fires, Anime, Muscle, Oppai, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Tamaki, David Production, Enen no Shouboutai


‘Black Narcissus’ Featurette Dives into the Making of FX’s Limited Series Starring Gemma Arterton

The first trailer for Black Narcissus released back in September didn’t do much to convince us that the three-part limited series adaptation of the best-selling novel by Rumer Godden would be worth watching this winter instead of just revisiting 1947 movie from Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. But now a new “first look” featurette dives a little more into the story and reveals some details about the making of the project starring Gemma Arterton. Check out the Black Narcissus featurette be...
Tags: UK, Television, Movies, Drama, Horror, India, Bbc, Himalayas, Alessandro-Nivola, FX, Gemma-Arterton, Diana Rigg, Clodagh, Ruth, Dean, Andrew MacDonald


David Fincher Originally Wanted to Cast Kevin Spacey and Jodie Foster in ‘Mank’ in the ’90s

David Fincher is notorious for having a very particular way of doing things. It’s gotten the filmmaker in the headlines a couple times: Oh, Gary Oldman had to do 100 takes; oh, production shut down because of Ben Affleck’s hat. But every now and then, one of those tics will prevent Fincher’s project from ever getting off the ground. See: the upcoming Mank, which had been a longtime passion project for Fincher, with a development history reaching back to the ’90s. Fincher’s father Jack wrote the...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Casting, Ben Affleck, Netflix, Kevin-Spacey, Jack, Gary Oldman, Central America, David-Fincher, Jodie-Foster, Foster, Polygram, Spacey, OLDMAN


Uraaka Joshi Manga Emotionally Ejaculating Onto Photos

Schoolgirl prostitution is rife in the promiscuous manga that is Uraaka Joshi as the second volume has met the demands of those who yearn for erotic events; though, a plenitude of emotional scenes are present as well, accompanied by anguished expressions. While many will favor the manga’s bountiful supply of sexiness, the occasionally disturbing expressions […]
Tags: Romance, Drama, Prostitution, Anime, Manga, Oppai, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Ero-manga, Uraaka Joshi


Danmachi Season 3 Still Heartlessly Slaughtering Monsters

Divisiveness continues to play a role in Dungeon ni Deai o Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka? as monsters are still relentlessly slaughtered, surely pulling at heartstrings as the sweet and innocent Wiene is again the focus of further emotional scenes (though some may be disappointed by a certain twist). Omake:
Tags: Drama, Fantasy, Anime, Blood, Guro, Image Gallery, Monster Girls, Danmachi, Deai, JC Staff, Machigatteiru Darou, Wiene


Angelina Jolie to Direct ‘Unreasonable Behaviour’, the Story of War Photographer Don McCullin

It’s been a few years since Angelina Jolie got behind the camera as a director. The last film she helmed was First They Killed My Father in 2017, but soon she’ll be working on another true story in Unreasonable Behaviour, the story of British war photographer Don McCullin. And this time she’ll be getting some help from another superstar actor, with Tom Hardy stepping up to produce. Based on Don McCullin’s autobiography published in 1992 (and updated in 2017), the film will tell the story of ...
Tags: Amazon, London, Movies, Drama, Berlin Wall, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Angelina-Jolie, Raf, Nikon, Don McCullin, Tom Hardy, Baker, True Story, north London, Dean Baker


Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Gou Embraced by Death

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Gou has ended another arc as Keiichi is led down into a cavernous place that is dark in more ways than one, bringing about deaths that seem to play out different than some are familiar with and bound to have watchers excited for next week’s airing. Omake:
Tags: Drama, Horror, Anime, Blood, Remakes, Image Gallery, Adaptations, 07th Expansion, Higurashi, Passione, Naku Koro ni Gou, Keiichi


New Monster Hunter Movie Trailer Now Has More Beasts & Less Guns

The live action Monster Hunter movie might stir interest in hesitant fans of the series yet again as a new Japanese trailer has proven to be more engaging and familiar, unleashing a myriad of battles as diehard fans are likely able to pick out notable weapons and beasts. The Japanese subtitled trailer, which shows off […]
Tags: Games, Movies, Guns, Drama, Trailer, Fantasy, Military, Anime, Weapons, Live Action, Adaptations, Monster Hunter, Isekai


‘The Last of Us’ Gets a Series Order at HBO; Could This Be the First Great Video Game Adaptation?

It’s official: Joel and Ellie are coming to television. HBO has given a series order to The Last of Us, a television adaptation of Naughty Dog’s wildly popular video game about a smuggler and a young girl who must make their way across a zombie-infested America in the hopes of developing a cure for a virus that has ravaged the globe. The game’s creator and creative director, Neil Druckmann, is spearheading the show along with Craig Mazin, the Emmy Award-winning creator of Chernobyl. HBO has b...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Drama, Horror, America, United States, Thriller, Adaptation, Chernobyl, Craig, Video Game, Johan Renck, Strauss, Joel, Neil


Awkwafina Joins Mahershala Ali, Naomie Harris in Apple TV+ Drama Film ‘Swan Song’

Awkwafina is one of Hollywood’s brightest rising stars, capping off a stellar two years in both blockbusters and indie dramas with a Golden Globe win for her tremendous performance in 2019’s The Farewell – becoming the first woman of Asian descent to win the award. And it’s only looking brighter for her, as she is set to appear in a Marvel movie, a Disney movie, and now, an intriguing new movie for Apple TV+ that reunites Moonlight stars Mahershala Ali and Naomie Harris. Awkwafina is set to ...
Tags: AppleTV, Casting, Drama, Awkwafina, Mahershala Ali, Naomie-Harris, Swan Song


Strike Witches Road to Berlin Total Breast Expansion “Horror” Anime

Strike Witches Road to Berlin has given its drama a break as the girls go through a more comedic ordeal for once after they happen upon a strange relic capable of increasing breast size, leading to plenty of groping, growing, and sexiness and bound to be regarded as the best service episode of the season. […]
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Berlin, Anime, Witches, Fetish, Moe, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Kemonomimi, David Production, Chikan, Strike Witches


‘The Wilds’ Trailer: Amazon’s New Series Feels Like Teen Girls in a Young Adult ‘Lost’

Back when Lost was all the rage on ABC, every network was trying to craft their own mysterious series to follow in its footsteps. But with the series being over for 10 years, Amazon is hoping a new generation won’t know any better when they take a chance on The Wilds. The new young adult series finds a group of teen girls stranded on a deserted island after their plane crashes, and the “one twist” that they’re putting out there from the get-go is that these girls didn’t end up on the island by ...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Drama, Abc, Sci-fi, Teen, Cw, Amazon Studios, Dylan Clark, TV Trailer, ABC Signature, Jamie Tarses, Sarah Streicher, The Wilds, Disney Television Studios


‘One Night in Miami’ Trailer: Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown Walk Into a Hotel…

What if champion boxer Muhammad Ali, historic activist Malcolm X, renowned singer Sam Cooke, and pro footballer Jim Brown all got together for one night back in 1964? That’s exactly what the new film One Night in Miami imagines. An adaptation of the award-winning play of the same name, One Night in Miami marks the feature directorial debut of Oscar and Emmy-winning actress Regina King, and it has all four of these Black icons gathering in Miami after Muhammad Ali defeated heavy weight champion ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Drama, Miami, Movie Trailers, Muhammad Ali, Cassius Clay, Sam Cooke, Malcolm X, Aldis Hodge, Regina King, Jim Brown, Leslie Odom Jr, Sonny Liston, Eli Goree, Chris Evangelista


‘Pieces of a Woman’ Trailer: Vanessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf Cope With a Tragic Loss

Vanessa Kirby is proving herself a performer to watch, following her breakout, Emmy-nominated turn in The Crown with a string of roles in blockbusters and indie dramas. The latest of which is a vehicle for the actress that could take her straight to the Oscars. Kirby stuns as a grieving mother in Pieces of a Woman, a devastating drama that earned raves at the Venice Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival before getting quickly scooped up by Netflix, which debuted an official trai...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Boston, Netflix, Movie Trailers, Venice Film Festival, Martin Scorsese, Sean, Martha, Kirby, Ellen-Burstyn, Kata Weber, Kornel Mundruczo, Vanessa Kirby, Molly Parker, Chris Evangelista


‘Small Axe: Lovers Rock’ Trailer: Steve McQueen Invites You to a Party

Steve McQueen‘s Small Axe anthology consists of five original films set from the late 1960s to the mid-1980s that “tell personal stories from London’s West Indian community.” The first trailer for one of those films – Lovers Rock – is here. Small Axe films played at the New York Film Festival this year, and Lovers Rock seemed to be the title that drummed-up the most buzz, telling the tale of a house party in the 1980s. Watch the Small Axe: Lovers Rock trailer below. Small Axe Lovers Rock Tr...
Tags: Amazon, UK, London, Movies, Drama, Steve-McQueen, Party, Movie Trailers, Brixton, Frank, Kingsley, Persia, New York Film Festival, Courttia Newland, Red White and Blue, Malachi Kirby


‘Let Them All Talk’ Trailer: Meryl Streep Stars in Steven Soderbergh’s Latest Film for HBO Max

Remember when Steven Soderbergh was supposed to be retired? It seems like that never lasted very long, no matter how many times he said it. In the past few years, he’s directed Logan Lucky, Unsane, High-Flying Bird, and The Laundromat, and now he’s back with a new film for HBO Max called Let Them All Talk, starring Oscar winner Meryl Streep. Now the first trailer has arrived to tease the film’s arrival on the streaming service next month. Let Them Talk Trailer Steven Soderbergh has never...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, Drama, Meryl-Streep, Manchester, Steven-Soderbergh, Movie Trailers, Candice Bergen, Mary, Logan, Soderbergh, Dianne-Wiest, Gemma Chan, Gregory Jacobs, Lucas Hedges


Danmachi Season 3 Grows More Ugly & Violent

Cruelty and murder has erupted from Danmachi‘s third season as monster and human relations grow to a seemingly irreversible magnitude as a certain innocent monster girl is hideously transformed, bringing out not only her horrid side but the equally repugnant side of other characters. Omake:
Tags: Drama, Fantasy, Anime, Blood, Image Gallery, Monster Girls, Danmachi, JC Staff



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