This year marks Wonder Woman’s 75th birthday, and the writers at DC Comics continue to surprise fans. In a Comicosity interview, Greg Rucka confirms Wonder Woman has had relationships with other women in the past. When asked if Diana is gay, he responds as follows: “How are we defining “queer?” You’re applying a term specifically and talking to an […]
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Warwick Davis of the Star Wars franchise spoke with news.com.au about the joys of being apart of the experience. He also had partaken in three other films in the franchise, The Phantom Menace, The Force Awakens, and the debuting Rogue One. The Force is strong at @MadameTussauds! A great day out. I had to keep […]
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The first official synopsis for War For The Planet Of The Apes has been released, via Heroic Hollywood. “In War for the Planet of the Apes, the third chapter of the critically acclaimed blockbuster franchise, Caesar and his apes are forced into a deadly conflict with an army of humans led by a ruthless Colonel. After […]
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In less than a decade, Laika Animation has ascended from a studio mostly known for contract work to one of the most critically heralded storytellers on the planet. Thanks to films like their most recent effort, Kubo and the Two Strings (read our reviews here and here), Laika continues to push the art of stop-motion […]
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Horror movie remakes have a controversial history and with good reason. In the last decade or so, Hollywood seems obsessed with dusting off of all of the most beloved horror films ever made in a mad dash to cash in on the brand recognition. In reality, no one considered the Halloween, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, […]
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The disaster film genre is filled with guilty pleasures, like ‘Armageddon,’ ‘Independence Day,’ and ‘Twister.’ Could Peter Berg’s ‘Deepwater Horizon’ be the best disaster film of the past 40 years? That is the discussion at hand. Strap yourself in buckaroos! Episode 94 of the Monkeys Fighting Robots podcast is here. Do you want to be […]
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Amanchu! is about two girls who fall in love. They want to munch each other so bad that by the end that I was beaming from ear to ear during their whole love confession. Now I know it sounds silly to describe a slice of life show about girls diving, as a romance. While most […]
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Unable to resist the call of the little guy, I’m back with another review of a brew from Old Tomorrow Beer. I’ve previously reviewed Old Tomorrow’s Canadian Pale Ale and Track 85 Lagered Ale, and I had a great time with them! So, this week I decided to review Old Tomorrow’s Honey Ginger Shandy. It […]
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Luke Cage finds itself overlapping thematically with Daredevil with the corruption of the political class and the disturbing influence of gangsters over ordinary people. Yet from the start, Cottonmouth is established as a different class of criminal than Wilson Fisk, one willing to deal with matters personnally. It’s about time an African-American man was bulletproof.
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Comic Book Resources released new photos from the upcoming live-action Beauty and The Beast film this morning. The stills feature Emma Watson as Belle dancing with the Beast in the iconic ballroom scene, and in a library in her blue dress. The photos reveal that Watson’s Belle looks almost exactly like Disney’s original character, in her costumes and […]
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Star Trek cast and crew members are participating in a movement to “course-correct” America away from presidential candidate Donald Trump. Evasive maneuvers are of the essence and a “Trek Against Trump” Facebook group has been born. Never has there been a candidate who stands in such complete opposition to the ideals of #StarTrek universe as […]
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You’ve probably seen them in your local comic shops, collected editions of Roy Thomas‘s run on The Invaders. Starting with Giant-Size Invaders #1 (cover date June, 1975), Roy Thomas and Frank Robbins give readers their own account of the Golden Age of Marvel Comics and the retconned origins of Marvel’s first superhero team, comprised of […]
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The name Jan de Bont might not ring a bell to a lot of people, but chances are you’re familiar with his work. Throughout the 80’s and early 90’s, he established himself as a capable cinematographer through films like Die Hard, The Hunt for Red October, Flatliners, and Basic Instinct. In 1994, he made his […]
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Getting Ready for Netflix’s Luke Cage – the bullet points It seems like the whole world is ready to binge-watch Netflix’s new series, Luke Cage. Part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Luke Cage continues the tales of Marvel’s “street level” characters. The characters of Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Iron Fist and even the Punisher […]
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Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children is a whimsical trip into a dark, vibrant and yet very obscure world. Fans of the wildly popular young adult series written by Ranson Riggs will be pretty pleased with the final product. Tim Burton shows audiences once more why he is a master of art direction, if very little more these […]
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A new trailer for the upcoming ensemble flick Rules Don’t Apply has hit the web. Set against the backdrop of Hollywood in the 1950’s, the film follows Lily Collins (Mirror, Mirror) as she is hired as a studio actress for Howard Hughes’ (played by Warren Beatty) RKO Pictures. Once there, she falls for Frank (Alden […]
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Our heroes head to the radioactive remains of Las Vegas for a little R&R between races, hoping for a jackpot of ammunition to add to their dwindling supplies. Instead, they arouse the ire of the ganglord Neon Caesar, who’s got an ax to grind with Red. Meanwhile, Muttley and his vehicles are lost in the […]
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There will be an announcement in regards to the new Portal movie that’s on the way as well as Half-Life. Fans of the Valve games have a rabid fanfare and director J.J. Abrams gave an update to the film adaptations. IGN approached Abrams in an interview about the Half-Life and Portal movies. They are still in development. “We […]
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There is still a fully functional Commodore 64 (C64C) running an auto shop in Gdansk, Poland after 25 years. A Facebook user spotted this old reliable gem, took a photo, and posted it online. This computer looks like something out of a Fallout 4 video game, monochrome green screen and everything. The dust and grime is quite […]
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Title Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children Director: Tim Burton Summary: When Jacob discovers clues to a mystery that spans different worlds and times, he finds Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. But the mystery and danger deepen as he gets to know the residents and learns about their special powers. There are a lot […]
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