Month: July 2019

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Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years A Slave, Black Panther) and Josh Gad (Frozen, Beauty And The Beast) clash as they attempt to save a load of pre-schoolers from a zombie-infested summer camp in this new trailer for Little Monsters, a new comedy horror written and directed by Abe Forsythe. <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Here’s
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The Dragon Prince season 3 doesn’t have a release date quite yet but that didn’t stop the cast and crew from showing up at San Diego Comic-Con to give us some insights into the next season and beyond. Some of these facts are from the panel that included show creators Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond
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Since the early ’00s, the Evolution Championship Series has been like the Olympics of one-on-one fighting games. The three-day event will return once again and take place August 2-4 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Formerly called the Battle by the Bay, this will be the 18th official Evo tournament (not counting the recent Evo
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This The 100 review contains spoilers. The 100 Season 6 Episode 12 The 100 is back with the showdown at Sanctum, and it’s every bit the emotionally taut, high stakes rescue operation you’d expect from this season, hurtling us toward the finale. It appears this season’s inevitability (if there was one) was that SpaceKru was going to fight
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For anyone fearing that the new Robotech: Remix comic will be headed up by a new creative team, don’t worry. A hardcore fan is at the helm. Writer Brenden Fletcher, known for his work in comics such as Gotham Academy, Batgirl, Isola, and Motorcrush loves Robotech. Not just the Macross Saga like many more casual
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Release Date: July 26, 2019Platform: PS4 (reviewed), XBO, PC, Switch, StadiaDeveloper: MachineGames & Arkane StudiosPublisher: BethesdaGenre: First-person Shooter At first glance, the novelty of Wolfenstein: Youngblood is that it takes the frenetic, modernized gameplay from the MachineGames-developed titles in the series and adds co-op functionality. But what makes the game truly unique and memorable is the way the two-player co-op
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Luca Guadagnino is currently in talks to direct a new adaptation of William Golding’s classic novel Lord Of The Flies, according to Variety. The Call Me By Your Name and Suspira director will helm the project for Warner Bros, and is also in negotiations to produce alongside his producing partner Marco Morabito. Known Universe, the production company founded by Lindsey
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There’s an unofficial (but undeniably appealing) way to install Android on your Nintendo Switch.  YouTube channel xdadevelopers recently uploaded a video which breaks down the process of running Android on your Nintendo Switch. While this idea has been tossed around before, xdadevelopers explains how you can run Android on Switch by just using an SD card running
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Released: Out now Cast: Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Elisabeth Shue Distributor: Prime Video If you like this, try… Preacher Preacher is just as funny, shocking and gory as The Boys – but significantly more blasphemous. Hughie (Jack Quaid) is devastated when his girlfriend is accidentally killed by a superhero, so when
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This review contains no spoilers. We’re not in Gotham anymore. Instead, this is Pennyworth, a modish Batman (or Batman-adjacent) prequel series on Epix about Bruce Wayne’s faithful manservant/sidekick/surrogate father Alfred, set in London’s swinging ’60s when he was a young man and not quite a butler. The show, developed by the creative team behind Fox’s Gotham, Bruno
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Television stars don’t always achieve fame on their first project. But beyond all of the guest spots and hopping between commercials, films, and procedurals, it can be somehow satisfying to realize that some of our favorite science fiction, fantasy, horror, and supernatural actors were in earlier, lesser known series in those same genres before they
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“Society wants to believe it can identify evil people, or bad or harmful people, but it’s not practical,” serial killer Ted Bundy is quoted as saying shortly before he was put to death for the 30 murders he confessed to. Investigation Discovery announced a new series of specials called Mind of a Monster which explore
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Looking for a new laptop? You’re in luck! Den of Geek is teaming up with friends from Captain Robot,The Science of Success, Classic Nerd Stuff, and Voicebrew to give away a chance to own one of the hottest computing and gaming products currently on the market. Starting at $1,000, the OMEN Laptop has received rave reviews for its fantastic
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The popular New York Times column “Modern Love” is coming to Amazon. The streamer greenlit an anthology series based on the viral essays from New York Times contributors according to Deadline. The first season will consist of eight standalone episodes, all taking place over the course of one day. Each episode will highlight a different
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Mainstream superhero storytelling tends to do better when depicting physical powers than emotional/mental ones, which is one of the many reasons why the premise of Lauren Shippen’s upcoming young adult novel, The Infinite Noise, so intrigues me… Based on Shippen’s award-winning podcast, The Bright Sessions, The Infinite Noise follows 16-year-old running back Caleb Michaels who has the