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Vivica A Fox: 'Black Lives Matter is going to be Trump's demise'

The actor has pushed the envelope for portrayals of black women and been up close with the president and Harvey Weinstein. “You come at me crazy, it’s gonna be on like popcorn,” she warnsIt is 8am and Vivica A Fox, the star of two Independence Day films, two seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm, both parts of Kill Bill and, latterly, two Sharknado movies, has been awake for hours. She sprang out of bed at 4am, pottered around and “did a little social media post” about her podcast, Hustling with Vivic...
Tags: Film, Race, Culture, Arkansas, Harvey Weinstein, John Malkovich, Sharknado, Trump, Kill Bill, San Fernando Valley, Vivica A Fox, Liam Hemsworth Vince Vaughn, Santa Susana mountains Fox


Ranking the Shark Smarts of Horror’s Most Pernicious Predators

Sharks have been terrorizing big screen beaches for decades—way more than they do in real life, actually. But in Hollywood, you have to be more than just a regular old shark to get a fin up on the humans. Sometimes, being a movie shark means you’re a smarter predator. Other times, it leads you to make very bad shark…Read more...
Tags: Hollywood, Science, Sharks, Sharknado, Jaws, Deep Blue Sea, The Shallows, The Meg


Notorious flop ‘Showgirls’ gets a fresh look in documentary ‘You Don’t Nomi’

In the summer of 2015, Jeffrey McHale was sitting with friends on the grass at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery for a 20th anniversary screening of the notoriously over-the-top 1995 flop “Showgirls.” McHale, a television editor, didn’t see the film when it was first released. “Showgirls” premiered when he was a middle schooler, a time when he was familiar with star Elizabeth Berkley only from the show “Saved By The Bell.” In “Showgirls,” which is essentially “All About Eve’ with skimpier costumes,...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Clint Eastwood, Netherlands, Beverly Hills, Henry Rollins, Kyle Maclachlan, Paul Verhoeven, Sharknado, Vegas, Simon Pegg, Bell


10 Movies and Shows That Predicted Way Different 2020 Disasters

We’re living in “a time” right now, one that some movies like Contagion kind of predicted. But there are plenty of films and shows that portray a far different version of 2020—where aliens invaded Earth, robots have taken over boxing...or maybe dragons have even taken root.Read more...
Tags: Video, Science, Earth, 2020, Space Exploration, Pacific Rim, The Future, Mars, Apocalypse, Sharknado, Edge Of Tomorrow, Dollhouse, The Last Man On Earth, Real Steel, A Quiet Place, Watch It Nerds


Amazon's Echo Dot With Clock makes the best budget smart speaker even better

  Amazon released its Echo Dot with Clock in October. While technically still a 3rd-generation device, this is the fourth iteration of Amazon's most popular smart speaker, the Echo Dot.  The Echo Dot with Clock is identical to the exceptional Echo Dot 3rd Gen, but with one small addition: There's an LED clock on the side. I've been using it as a bedside clock for the past week, and it's definitely worth its $59.99 list price. Read our full review of the Amazon Echo Dot With Clock to see exactl...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Spotify, Trends, Portugal, Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars, Lenovo, Sharknado, Alexa, Uptown Funk, Manchester City Football, Alexa Amazon, Sandstone, Google Home Mini, Alexa When


‘Clownado’ Trailer: It’s Exactly What the Title Suggests

The world is in crisis. Climate change is out of control. Governments are collapsing. And now, there’s a movie called Clownado. I’d like to say that we, as a society, don’t deserve such a thing. But the fact of the matter is, we do. We’ve brought this on ourselves: a movie where demon clowns have the power to control tornadoes. Watch the Clownado trailer below…if you dare. Clownado Trailer  What’s scarier than, uh…tornadoes? How about clowns? Now how about clowns and tornadoes together?...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Horror, Movie Trailers, Elvis, Sharknado, Living Dead, Linnea Quigley, Clownado, Todd Sheets, Zombie Bloodbath, Eileen Dietz Rachel Lagen John O Hara, Joel D Wynkoop


POLL: Should Universal Make Another Jaws Movie?

BEGIN SLIDESHOW POLL: Should Universal Make Another Jaws Movie? With so many older franchises from the 70’s and 80’s still being mined for gold by studios (Star Wars, Halloween, Ghostbusters, Rambo, etc) there is still one series that no one seems to want revived: Jaws. Is it safe for Universal Pictures to go back in the water and make another Jaws movie? Should it be a legacy sequel, a reboot or a straight-up remake? Let us know in the polls below! PB = PB |...
Tags: Movies, Australia, California, Horror, Tim Burton, Jon Hamm, Josh Brolin, Jamie Lee Curtis, Spielberg, Michael Keaton, Steven Spielberg, Sharknado, New England, Jaws, Polls, Universal Pictures


The Best TV Shows & Movies Leaving Netflix in January 2019

We’re coming up on the end of 2018, which means there’s one more purge of Netflix titles before the new year begins. Thankfully, the list of titles leaving before 2019 isn’t nearly as big as it used to be, so you should have plenty of time to check these movies out before they leave the streaming service forever (or maybe just a few months, since that’s what happens with a lot of these titles). Below we run through the best TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in January 2019. Face/Off Over...
Tags: Movies, Jack Nicholson, Stephen King, Disney, Netflix, Beethoven, Stanley Kubrick, Pixar, Peter Jackson, Tolkien, Nicolas Cage, Sharknado, John Travolta, Brad Bird, It Follows, The Shining


Sharknado’s Ian Ziering Joins Swamp Thing Cast

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Sharknado’s Ian Ziering joins Swamp Thing cast The upcoming DC Universe adaptation of the classic antihero Swamp Thing has expanded its already star-studded cast with the addition of Sharknado star Ian Ziering, according to Deadline. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneS...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, Sharknado, Michael, Usa Network, Kevin Durand, Scott Snyder, Wes Craven, Ian Ziering, Bernie Wrightson, Len Wein, James Wan, Warner Bros Television, Matt Cable, Swamp Thing


New Netflix January 2019 Movie and TV Titles Announced

New Netflix January 2019 movie and TV titles announced The Netflix January 2019 movies and TV titles have been announced and can be viewed below! All Netflix January 2019 titles and dates are subject to change. You can also view the titles disappearing from Netflix in January underneath. Which Netflix titles are you looking forward to and which are you sad to see leaving the service? PB = PB || {}; gptAds = PB.gptAds || {}; var opts = {"asBo...
Tags: TV, Movies, Justice, Disney, Netflix, TV News, Beethoven, Monty Python, Pixar, Killer Mike, Indiana Jones, Jay, Sharknado, Bram Stoker, Gabriel, Frankie


Tara Reid Files $100 Million Suit Against the Asylum Over ‘Sharknado’ Merchandise

“Sharknado” star Tara Reid has filed suit against the Asylum, alleging that her likeness was used without her consent on beer cans and slot machines. Reid starred in all six installments of the “Sharknado” franchise. According to the suit, her contract included a provision barring the producers from using her likeness on products related to […]
Tags: News, Sharknado, Reid, Tara Reid


Jonah Ray Explains Why ‘Mac and Me’ Beat Out ‘The Room’ and ‘Plan 9’ for ‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ [Interview]

Over Thanksgiving, we had new Mystery Science Theater 3000 for which to be thankful. Netflix dropped a new season of six episodes, titled The Gauntlet. Jonah Heston (Jonah Ray) and the robots were forced to watch six movies back to back and riff on them, although Netflix allowed people to watch them movie by movie. Those movies included Mac and Me, the infamous McDonald’s and Coca-Cola produced E.T. ripoff, Asylum’s knockoff Atlantic Rim, the Roger Corman Abyss knockoff Lords of the Deep, T...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Mac, Interviews, Features, Netflix, Pacific Rim, Coca Cola, Sharknado, Roger Corman, Graham Greene, Ray, McDonald, Jonah Ray, Joe Dante


Netflix’s hackathon produces a way to navigate its iOS app with ARKit and Face ID

Netflix’s internal hackathons have consistently produced fun and often silly hacks, from that “Netflixtendo” hack a few years ago that let you run Netflix on the original NES to the more recent “audiobook mode” that turned Netflix series into old-school radio shows by way of Audio Descriptions. This year’s hackathon doesn’t disappoint either, with new hacks that are both as goofy and interesting as in years past, including an AR and Face ID-powered hack that lets you navigate Netflix with jus...
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Apps, Tech, Netflix, Augmented Reality, Sharknado, Hackathon, Face Id, Netflixtendo


Netflix Hack Day Fall 2018: Eye-Controlled Navigation, Skip to Goriest ‘Sharknado’ Scenes

Netflix last month concluded the fall 2018 Hack Day, an in-house hackathon where it invites employees to cook up out-of-the-box ideas, apps and tools — sometimes fairly silly and useless ones — over a 24-hour period. This year, projects included an overlay on the Netflix app that uses Apple’s ARKit augmented-reality toolkit to let a […]
Tags: Apple, News, Netflix, Sharknado, ARKit


Netflix Hack Day: Eye-Controlled Navigation, Skip to Goriest ‘Sharknado’ Scenes

Netflix has concluded the fall 2018 Hack Day, an in-house hackathon where it invites employees to cook up out-of-the-box ideas, apps and tools — and sometimes fairly silly and useless ones — over a 24-hour period. This year, projects that emerged included an overlay to the Netflix app that uses Apple’s ARKit augmented-reality toolkit to […]
Tags: Apple, News, Netflix, Sharknado, ARKit


New ‘Killer Klowns from Outer Space’ and ‘Critters’ Movies in the Works at SyFy

In recent years, SyFy has become known for their intentionally abysmal programming efforts such as the Sharknado franchise and other monster movies. But they’ve also been responsible for praiseworthy efforts like Battlestar Galactica, The Expanse, Channel Zero and the upcoming Nightflyers and Deadly Class. That makes us wonder just what to expect from their most recently revealed endeavor. A new report indicates that SyFy is currently in talks to land the rights to the gloriously goofy yet twis...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Syfy, Sequels, Sharknado, Remakes, Mike, Brown, Debbie, Outer Space, Critters, Killer Klowns from Outer Space, Expanse Channel Zero, Chido Brothers, Mike Grant Cramer, Debbie Suzanne Snyder


Sharknado Star Tara Reid: Delta Flight Attendant Demanded My Dog Go in the Overhead Bin

Sharknado and American Pie star Tara Reid and her dog were kicked off of Delta flight 613 from Los Angeles to New York JFK on Monday. Initial reports were that she was apoplectic over her seat assignment and that she didn’t have a pillow. Now she's speaking out. Continue reading Sharknado Star Tara Reid: Delta Flight Attendant Demanded My Dog Go in the Overhead Bin...
Tags: Travel, Advice, Los Angeles, Delta, Sharknado, New York JFK, Tara Reid, Sharknado Star Tara Reid


Tara Reid and Her Dog Were Kicked Off Delta Flight After Seat Assignment and Pillow Meltdown

Sharknado and American Pie star Tara Reid and her dog were kicked off of Delta flight 613 from Los Angeles to New York JFK yesterday. Apparently the actress was apoplectic over her seat assignment and that she didn't have a pillow. The aircraft had already pushed back when the captain announced to the plane that they'd be returning to the gate causing a delay. Continue reading Tara Reid and Her Dog Were Kicked Off Delta Flight After Seat Assignment and Pillow Meltdown...
Tags: Travel, Advice, Los Angeles, Delta, Sharknado, New York JFK, Tara Reid


The Morning Watch: Bill Murray as Aquaman, Every Kill from the Sharknado Movies & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch every single kill from all six of the stupid, bloody Sharknado movies. Plus, watch a video essay examining whether The Purge movies qualify as propaganda, and see Bill Murray as Aquaman in a perfectly ...
Tags: Usa, Movies, Dc Comics, Wes Anderson, Bill Murray, Lol, Aquaman, Sharknado, Steve Zissou, Video Of The Day, James Wan, The Purge, Video Essay, The Morning Watch, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou


Sequel Bits: ‘Star Trek 4’, ‘Maleficent 2’, ‘Sharknado’, ‘Wreck-It-Ralph 2’, ‘Bumblebee’, ‘The Predator’, ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’

In this edition of Sequel Bits: John Cho is still waiting on info about Star Trek 4 Maleficent 2 wraps production There’s now a Sharknado VR game Hey, do you want to see a photo of the Wreck-It-Ralph 2 score being recorded? David Sobolov, who has contributed voice work to various Transformers games and cartoons, has a role in Bumblebee The Predator gets an IMAX poster There might be a To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel What’s going on with Star Trek 4? The film hit a manger snag whe...
Tags: UK, Maleficent, Television, Movies, Romance, Wikipedia, Sci-fi, Disney, Syfy, Star-Trek, Netflix, Sequels, Heathrow, Adaptation, Chris Hemsworth, Usa Today


Behold the dreaded dragon-sharks in the full trailer for final Sharknado movie

It's time for Sharknado to finally jump the shark, as SyFy has announced that the upcoming sixth entry in the cult franchise will be the last. The finale premiering August 19 is sure to be a star-studded time-traveling adventure. The post Behold the dreaded dragon-sharks in the full trailer for final Sharknado movie appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Syfy, Trends, Shark, Sharknado, Ian Ziering, Movies & TV


‘The Last Sharknado’ Trailer Includes Time Travel, Dragon Sharks, and Tara Reid Clones

It’s been five years since SyFy brought the purposely stupid Sharknado to our screens. We’ve gotten a sequel each year since then, expanding the ludicrous B-movie’s mythology and bringing more and more D-list celebrities into the path of the shark infested funnel of death. But the joke has gone on too long, and the franchise if thankfully coming to an end. The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time is the sixth and final installment of SyFy’s atrocious TV movie series, and the sad thing is that the ki...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Syfy, Noah, Movie Trailers, Paul Revere, Sharknado, Vivica A Fox, Tara Reid, Judah Friedlander, Sharknado 6, The Last Sharknado, The Last Sharknado: It's About Time, Time Travel Dragon Sharks


Good Afternoon, Here's Footage of a Shark Fighting A T-Rex From the Final Sharknado Film

For years, the Sharknado film series has offered some of the most ridiculous nonsense to ever grace television. A one-off attempt at B-movie glory that struck apparent gold for Syfy, the series is now six movies deep, and, well, there’s only so much left to do. Read more...
Tags: Science, Syfy, Sharknado, The Last Sharknado Its About Time


'The Last Sharknado' serves up stale buffet of warmed-over gags

'The Last Sharknado: It's About Time' review: 'Sharknado 6' serves up stale buffet of warmed-over gags, as franchise comes to merciful end
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The 10 Best Shark Movies

The 10 Best Shark movies With The Meg coming out this weekend (read our review here), it’s a good time to dive back into the ocean for a quick shark movie recap. Whether you’re long in the tooth, or just growing your chompers, this list is loaded with flicks that will make you think twice about swimming in the ocean again. No, seriously. Shark Attack 3: Megalodon Release: 2002 Stars: John Barrowman, Jenny McShane, Ryan Cutrona Rotten Tomatoes: 20% from Critics, 49% from Audiences There a...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Blake Lively, Los Angeles, Dreamworks Animation, Michael Caine, Will Smith, Smith, Jack Black, Mandy Moore, Bahamas, Spielberg, John Williams, Steven Spielberg, Sharknado, Jaws


The Meg Review

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Rating: 6.5 / 10 Cast: Jason Statham as Jonas Taylor Bingbing Li as Suyin Rainn Wilson as Morris Cliff Curtis as Mac Winston Chao as Zhang Sophia Cai as Meiying Ruby Rose as Jaxx Page Kennedy as DJ Robert Taylor as Heller Ólafur Darri Ólafsson as The Wall Jessica McNamee as Lori Masi Oka as Toshi Directed by Jon Turteltaub Summary: The Meg is based on the novel by Steve Alten. While most of the world believes that the Marianas Trench is the deepest part of the ocean, a ...
Tags: Asia, Movies, Mac, California, Horror, Movie Reviews, Thailand, Jason Statham, Robert Taylor, Jonas, Kennedy, Sharknado, Dwight Schrute, Rainn Wilson, Ruby Rose, Meg


Jon Turteltaub Talks Cinematic Inspirations For ‘The Meg’, How He Helped Taika Waititi, And Possible Sequels [Interview]

A couple of weeks back, I sat down with filmmaker Jon Turteltaub to talk about his new movie, The Meg. In the discussion, we talk about how the filmmaker earned a credit on one of Taika Waititi‘s early films, his ambitions to make a Marvel or Star Wars movie, transitioning into making a horror movie with jump scares, cinematic inspirations for The Meg, the existence of the real Megladon, the possibility of Meg sequels, where to draw the line between logic and fun in a big blockbuster, the possi...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, China, Features, Hawaii, Adaptation, Spielberg, Sharknado, Meg, Don, National Treasure, French Riviera, Taika-Waititi, Mothra, Rodan, Action/Adventure


Kickstarter: Sharknado Official Collectible Trading Cards

RRParksCARDS has announced his (Richard Parks) latest series of collectible cards. There's currently a Kickstarter Project to fund the production of the official Sharknado Trading Card Series . In cooperation with The SYFY Channel and The Asylum, the project will only be funded if it reaches its goal by Friday, August 31st 2018 at 11PM ET (it's already surpassed that goal).  This is the first series and it features Sharknado and Sharknado 2 (series two will feature Sharknado 3 and Sharknado 4...
Tags: Toys, Cards, Kickstarter, Sharknado, Richard Parks, Faerie Metal, Puzzle Backs Printing Plate Cards Sketch Cards


Stuff You Need to Know: Comic-Con 2018 and Other Incoming Geekery

They’re making a movie out of Cats because of course they are. In the cast we find Taylor Swift, Jennifer Hudson, Ian McKellen and James Corden. Tom Hooper (The King’s Speech) directs. Production kicks off later this year. (Source.) Enjoying Cloak & Dagger? Rejoice. It’s getting a second season. Coming up on the DC Universe streaming service will be a live-action Stargirl series. No further details just yet, but look for it on their service next year. (Source.) And there’s also the trailer ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Doctor Who, Marvel, Neil Gaiman, Dc Comics, Bbc, Netflix, Tommy Flanagan, Batman, M. Night Shyamalan, Stuff You Need to Know, Sharknado, Mondo, David Dunn, Robin


Southwest designs shark-themed plane

Flying sharks might sound like something out of Sharknado, but it’s going to become a reality thanks to Southwest’s new shark-themed Boeing 737 aircraft. Since it first debuted in the 1980s, Shark Week has proven incredibly popular as a marketing tool. In the past, Southwest gave one plane a shark-inspired look, but this year we’ll see all 737s getting the Shark Week treatment, each featuring its own species of shark. While the aircrafts will still display Southwest’s typical paint scheme, th...
Tags: Travel, Shark, Sharks, Shark Week, Boeing, Bahamas, Southwest Airlines, Sharknado, All, Southwest, Brandy King, Bull Shark N947WN Southwest