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  • Tammy Reese
    Published about 3 hours ago
    Mike Camoin

    Mike Camoin

    Mike Camoin is best known for his documentary series on Adirondack culture: Inside the Blue Line, How to Make an Adirondack Packbasket which have screened in Northeastern U.S. and Canadian television markets. On a cinematic mission, Camoin is currently in development on Scared To Debt: America’s Student Loan Scam and in post with Life Or Death featuring David Kaczynski and Bill Babbitt, a story that reveals how two families turn mentally-ill brothers in to authorities with dramatically different consequences.
  • Sean Patrick
    Published about 3 hours ago
    Movie Review: 'Guest of Honour' Starring David Thewlis

    Movie Review: 'Guest of Honour' Starring David Thewlis

    Director Atom Egoyan is known for pain and deep emotional trauma. I once watched a friend of mine descend into a despair so deep while watching Egoyan’s The Captive that I strongly considered hiding the cutlery. Egoyan lingers on trauma, meditates upon it and explores it in the same way Civil War doctors probed wounds searching for unseen shrapnel. Egoyan digs in with his fingers and offers only a minor sedative via his deliberate storytelling.
  • Chris aass
    Published about 3 hours ago
    The Light in the Darkness

    The Light in the Darkness

    In To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee shows how such kind acts towards other people, that's not based on race or gender can play a massive role in any individual's life. I will be focusing this idea on Scout and how she went through this character arc in the book.
  • Cyn's Workshop
    Published about 3 hours ago
    Review of 'A Curse of Gold'

    Review of 'A Curse of Gold'

    A Curse of Gold by Annie Sullivan is the second novel in her retelling series of the tale of King Midas. Now the first book was excellent, you can see the review here, but this novel surpasses its predecessor in some ways because it delves deeper into Greek Mythology.
  • Mayan Kingdom
    Published about 4 hours ago
    The Best of Every World

    The Best of Every World

    From the page to the screen the only difference is the medium. Each art form is its own unique brand of creativity and imagination. One would not be complete without the other. Books, movies, theater need each other.
  • The Writing Movie Enthusiast
    Published about 4 hours ago
    Jurassic Park, In the Essence of Newness

    Jurassic Park, In the Essence of Newness

    It seemed like only yesterday I was twelve years old when Jurassic Park first was released into the big screen. Now, in this day and age, in the era of Covid-19, watching movies at home seem to be the new normal. Well, at least, for the time-being.
Staff Picks
  • Tammy Reese
    Published a day ago
    Elliot Grove

    Elliot Grove

    Elliot Grove - Film Producer, Screenwriter , Founder of the Raindance Film Festival and The British Independent Film Awards. Elliot was born in Canada, he moved to London in the late 1980s and in 1993 he launched the Raindance Film Festival, a festival dedicated to independent filmmaking and its emerging talent. In 2009 he was awarded a Doctorate from the Open University at Plymouth College of Art.
  • Em E. Lee
    Published 3 days ago
    How Pokémon Journeys Reflects the Franchise's Fandoms

    How Pokémon Journeys Reflects the Franchise's Fandoms

    This mirrors how GO the game only ever lets the player throw Pokéballs at the wild ones, without ever needing to weaken them first;I adored the Sun & Moon seasons of the Pokémon anime; dare I say it, it's my favorite arc of its whole 1,000+ episode run. Considering what I had already experienced with the series before Sun & Moon, it's not hard to see why. I first became a Pokémon fan around 2009, starting my lifelong obsession by playing hours of Platinum version and watching the second half of the Diamond & Pearl anime. The show captured that younger me with how much resemblance the stories bore to the games; it was something I'd never felt before, feeling like I could relate to the characters' struggles that I knew not from my personal life but from a simulated world I'd become fixated on.
  • What If
    Published 9 days ago
    15 Most Ridiculous What If Questions Asked on the Internet

    15 Most Ridiculous What If Questions Asked on the Internet

    Followers of the What If show suggest hundreds of what if? questions every day. We've collected the most memorable ones and are pleased to present this non-exhaustive list peppered with the wildest form of imagination social media has to offer.
  • malin evita
    Published 15 days ago
    Escaping Through Filmmaking - Making It: Women in Film

    Escaping Through Filmmaking - Making It: Women in Film

    This is the transcript of the first episode of Making It: Women in Film - “Escaping Through Filmmaking”. Hosted by Shania Bethune and Malin Evita.
  • Arvind Pennathur
    Published 25 days ago
    Palm Springs: The Best of Both Worlds (Movie Review)

    Palm Springs: The Best of Both Worlds (Movie Review)

    Ever since I started watching Brooklyn Nine-Nine, I’ve been a massive fan of Andy Samberg. Of course, I had heard of his exploits on Saturday Night Live and as one of the members of The Lonely Island before, but it was after I saw him as Jake Peralta that I began to take notice of his incredible charm and talent for comedy. It was only natural, therefore, that I immediately plop myself down first thing in the morning when I heard that a new movie starring him titled Palm Springs, had been released on Hulu. I went into the movie completely blind and not knowing what to expect, and what I found was pleasantly surprising. Palm Springs is a light-hearted romantic comedy that can get surprisingly poignant at times, yet never loses itself in its more serious moments.
  • Matthew Buck
    Published about a month ago
    Review - Hamilton on Disney +

    Review - Hamilton on Disney +

    Oh my word! This is the most excited I've been for a film release since the midnight showing of "Avengers: Endgame" last year in my local IMAX. I'm a massive fan of the stage musical, to the point where I've seen it twice in London's West End and once on Broadway - after waiting over 8 hours outside the Richard Rodgers Theatre in the cancellation queue. The favourite cast I've seen to date is the first run from London, but I've always wished I could have seen the original from Broadway with writer and creator Lin-Manuel Miranda starring as the lead; and now I can.
Featured Collections
Celebrities
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published about 22 hours ago
    Courtney Hope abruptly fired from 'The Bold and the Beautiful'

    Courtney Hope abruptly fired from 'The Bold and the Beautiful'

    Spoiler alerts suggested it and fans were hoping it would not happen but now it has become a reality. Courtney Hope has been released from her role as Sally Spectra on The Bold and the Beautiful. Soaps She Knows says the actress announced her fate on social media after Monday's episode. Hope says she is just as shocked as the fans, so she obviously had no idea this was coming. Courtney Hope is beautiful and talented and viewers are angry at what the CBS daytime drama has done with her character.
  • Jide Okonjo
    Published about 22 hours ago
    Inside DBanj's Oversized Ikoyi Mansion.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published 2 days ago
    ‘General Hospital” fans don’t want Max Gail to leave

    ‘General Hospital” fans don’t want Max Gail to leave

    Max Gail is back on the set of General Hospital but fans are having mixed emotions about it. The veteran actor will be filming or may have already taped his final scenes as Sonny’s dad who is dying from Alzheimer’s disease. The faithful viewers, however, do not desire to say goodbye. Gail, as Mike Corbin has grown on those who enjoy the ABC daytime drama they just do not want to see him or his character exit. Unfortunately for all concerned, the storyline calls for it. There is no cure at this time for Alzheimer’s disease so Mike cannot have the miracle that many of his followers desire.
Comics
  • Matthew Donnellon
    Published 5 days ago
    The Most Iconic Duo Of All Time

    The Most Iconic Duo Of All Time

    The world is ruled by iconic duos.
  • Zack Krafsig
    Published 15 days ago
    X-Plaining the Dawn of X: House of X and Powers of X

    X-Plaining the Dawn of X: House of X and Powers of X

    In July of 2019, Marvel Comics, Johnathan Hickman, Pepe Larraz, and R.B. Silva completely upended and revitalized the mutant-centric X-Men line of comic book titles with House of X/Powers of X. The twelve-part event comic brought many changes to the structure of the Marvel Universe, as well as ten new monthly series, two limited series, three one-shots, and more on the way. With the next major event, X of Swords (read as ‘Ten of Swords’) on the way this September, it seems appropriate to recap all the titles and changes that lead here. Starting with the pivotal HOX/POX
  • Katie Hammerbeck
    Published 16 days ago
    Werewolf
Cosplay
  • hmimda dz
    Published 11 days ago
    Best Fortnite Cosplay Skins For Kids

    Best Fortnite Cosplay Skins For Kids

    What are the best skins in Fortnite? And what’s the point in getting a Victory Royale if you don’t have all the cosmetics you need to look ridiculous and fabulous for the showboating finale? This is exactly why there are heaps of Fortnite skins to help you stand out from the rabble, ranging in rarity from low-cost uncommons to garish and gaudy legendaries.
  • hmimda dz
    Published 12 days ago
    Best 10 inspiring male cosplay characters ideas

    Best 10 inspiring male cosplay characters ideas

    Cosplay not only focuses on women but also men take risks in this practice. In fact, they are the most performing cosplay in various parts of the world. So in this section, we will focus on the best ideas for male cosplay.
  • hmimda dz
    Published 13 days ago
    Best 10 Anime Cosplay Costumes For Kids

    Best 10 Anime Cosplay Costumes For Kids

    Best 10 Anime Cosplay Costumes For Kids
Entertainment
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published about 23 hours ago
    'Greenleaf' The Seventh Day spoilers

    'Greenleaf' The Seventh Day spoilers

    Spoiler alerts for Greenleaf tease that Tuesday nights episode titled The Seventh Day will bring more shocking revelations. Viewers are one week closer to the end of the series and should prepare themselves for what is to come. The battle is on for the church and Bob Whitmore has come up against formidable opponents. He is used to winning and will fight to the bitter end. So will the Bishop and his family and it looks like there will be a serious confrontation.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published 2 days ago
    'The Young and the Restless' rumors: Greg Rikkart and Jordi Vilasua could be out and Michael Damian might return

    'The Young and the Restless' rumors: Greg Rikkart and Jordi Vilasua could be out and Michael Damian might return

    There is breaking news regarding three male actors associated with The Young and the Restless. According to Trend Street, Two are currently on the show and one has not been around in quite a while. Michael Damian who has portrayed Danny Romalotti off and on for decades is open to returning to his old stomping grounds. Meanwhile, Greg Rikaart, (Kevin) and Jordi Vilasusa,( Rey) might be leaving Genoa City.
  • FRANK
    Published 2 days ago
    The Cartoon Shows on Disney+ Right Now
Fact Or Fiction
  • E. Lloyd K
    Published 2 months ago
    76, Clancy's journey, an excerpt from the story.

    76, Clancy's journey, an excerpt from the story.

    76, Clancy’s journey is a work of fiction. Happy reading.
  • Dr. Dillion Veck
    Published 2 months ago
    YouTube satanic cult, conspiracy

    YouTube satanic cult, conspiracy

    Ok guys as you can guess from the name of my channel this is gonna be about conspiracies, and while I do have a team for traveling and investigative of more paranormal conspiracies Jenkins, and Joey, they are under house right now for a few days due to traveling out of state (since this corona virus fear) but we will do investigations on paranormal conspiracies once my teammates are cleared to leave again.
  • Chelsea Hoffman
    Published 3 months ago
    Is YouTuber Lillee Jean promoting pedophilia to underage fans?

    Is YouTuber Lillee Jean promoting pedophilia to underage fans?

    YouTube vlogger Lillee Jean Trueman is no stranger to controversy. She is most notably known for allegedly purchasing most of her Instagram following, as well as some of her YouTube fans. If you've followed this internet celebrity at all over the past few months, you're probably well-aware of the antics of her and her momager Laur Trueman. From censoring bloggers and threatening people on social media, the mother-daughter-duo is quite a team -- such a team that it's hard to tell who's doing a better job of ruining Lillee's reputation. If you thought the follower-fiasco was bad, the latest news in Lillee Jean's saga is downright shocking. Now the young YouTuber is being accused of promoting child-adult romance to the few authentic fans that she has -- many of which are presumably underage.
How To
  • Darlene
    Published 26 days ago
    Why Watching Anime Through Headphones May Be A Better Experience
  • Brooke Le Breton
    Published about a month ago
    Reading in a Pandemic

    Reading in a Pandemic

    So, we are all well aware by now that the world is not doing too well. Things aren’t great to say the least. We are living in an anxiety fuelled time, which doesn’t make creativity or concentrating particularly easy. Lots of people have been expressing their struggles with reading over the past few weeks, and I really relate. Studying English Literature as my degree means I couldn’t afford to stop reading completely, so I have had to come up with strategies to keep myself absorbing the words. Today, I want to share some of these tips in the hopes that maybe it will help a few people get reading again!
  • Larry Peemier
    Published 2 months ago
    How to be better at trading Yugioh cards with your friends

    How to be better at trading Yugioh cards with your friends

    Hey, you. That's right, you. I bet you're here because you keep failing at trading Yugioh cards. Sometimes a friend will end up walking away with two or three more cards than you feel comfortable with. Afterwards, I bet your pride hurts; that's fine. I understand. I'm here to help you out and teach you a couple of cool tips and tricks you can try out when it comes to asserting yourself, your intentions, and ultimately walking out on top.
List
  • Aju Neeraj
    Published a day ago
    The Perfect List Of Rare Thriller/Mystery Movies(films) Ever

    The Perfect List Of Rare Thriller/Mystery Movies(films) Ever

    "Damn! that movie just blew my mind away"
  • FRANK
    Published 2 days ago
    5 MOVIE FRANCHISES THAT BECAME CASH COWS

    5 MOVIE FRANCHISES THAT BECAME CASH COWS

    The Conjuring Universe (2013-)
  • Dee Bradley
    Published 10 days ago
    10 Animated Disney Movies That Need A Live Action Remake

    10 Animated Disney Movies That Need A Live Action Remake

    Some of the recent live-action Disney remakes have had divise reviews. Let's be real...they're not always great. In my opinion, the best two remakes have been The Jungle Book, and Beauty and the Beast. (Feel free to disagree just btw.) But I can't deny, most of the remakes have been a blast, and it's exciting to see new versions of your favorite childhood movies and to see what they are going to improve or do differently. Without a doubt, there are some animated movies that have potential to grow by having a redo. Now this will be a mix between movies from the Golden Age, Bronze Age, and Renisance films. Here are a few animated Disney features that I believe deserve live-action remakes, and I'll add my agruments as to why...
Movie
  • Sean Patrick
    Published about 3 hours ago
    Movie Review: 'Guest of Honour' Starring David Thewlis

    Movie Review: 'Guest of Honour' Starring David Thewlis

    Director Atom Egoyan is known for pain and deep emotional trauma. I once watched a friend of mine descend into a despair so deep while watching Egoyan’s The Captive that I strongly considered hiding the cutlery. Egoyan lingers on trauma, meditates upon it and explores it in the same way Civil War doctors probed wounds searching for unseen shrapnel. Egoyan digs in with his fingers and offers only a minor sedative via his deliberate storytelling.
  • The Writing Movie Enthusiast
    Published about 4 hours ago
    Jurassic Park, In the Essence of Newness

    Jurassic Park, In the Essence of Newness

    It seemed like only yesterday I was twelve years old when Jurassic Park first was released into the big screen. Now, in this day and age, in the era of Covid-19, watching movies at home seem to be the new normal. Well, at least, for the time-being.
  • Sean Patrick
    Published about 4 hours ago
    Documentary Review: 'You Never Had It: An Evening with Charles Bukowski"

    Documentary Review: 'You Never Had It: An Evening with Charles Bukowski"

    “This is where i f*** my soul” Charles Bukowski showing off his legendary typewriter
Pop Culture
  • Julia Valentina
    Published 3 days ago
    4 Fictional German Characters

    4 Fictional German Characters

    Growing up in Germany I loved watching American television and films. Especially animated shows and action movies. But that also meant for me that I grew up with a lot of German characters that are the bad guys.
  • David Perlmutter
    Published 6 days ago
    Rocky and Bullwinkle

    Rocky and Bullwinkle

    Show business is full of incomparable duos. Partnerships thrive in it because of the uncanny ability of pairs to connect and spread joy and charm through a joint effort and desire to please. They exist in practically all endeavors within this broad level, and their work has enriched areas that might otherwise remained barren.
  • Ada Zuba
    Published 6 days ago
    Jim and Pam: The Best Tv Couple

    Jim and Pam: The Best Tv Couple

    I have watched "The Office" more than twice. I have to say that Jim and Pam are one of my favorite love stories that ever took place on television. In the earlier seasons, they were just friends and then became best friends who got married and had a family. That was the dream for me for a long time, to fall in love with one of your best friends. They are a couple that supports one another and brings out the best in each other. They are as you would say "#couplegoals".
Review
  • Abby Wincel
    Published about 5 hours ago
    DC TV Universe

    DC TV Universe

    Many things were postponed and shortened due to COVID, but the past seasons of DC Comics TV shows have been very eventful on and off screen.
  • Dylan Cullum
    Published about 5 hours ago
    An Anime Review of 'Babylon'

    An Anime Review of 'Babylon'

    Babylon transformed from a show that I had an interest in watching, to being one of my favourites of the year. It is based on three novels by Nozaki Mado, and was adapted as an anime by the studio Revoroot, the same studio behind FLCL Alternative. What I was expecting was a simple detective thriller, however what we ended up getting is possibly the most fascinating exploration of human understanding that I have seen from an anime in a while. While this is a show that I loved, and wish more people saw, this is simultaneously a show I am not certain if I can recommend without multiple heads ups.
  • Cyn's Workshop
    Published about 21 hours ago
    Review of ‘The Obsidian Tower’
Superheroes
  • Aaron Cortés
    Published 5 days ago
    Batman and The Joker

    Batman and The Joker

    How do we react on the edge of crisis? Some people get paralyzed in panic, others get angry and frustrated under the weight of futility, especially if those people are real people like you and me that can’t respawn like in a videogame if the wrong decision is taken. Happily, we have fiction to rehearse that.
  • David Perlmutter
    Published 6 days ago
     Townsville Revisited

    Townsville Revisited

    Sometimes, I think that my life might have flowed in an entirely different direction had I not been alive to witness The Powerpuff Girls. The brilliant television animation series that aired from 1998 to 2005 (and not, it should be pointed out, the recent and feeble attempt to revive past glory on the part of its network by reviving it) and its marvelous lead characters both.
  • Culture Slate
    Published 7 days ago
    Snyder Shows New 'Justice League' Scene With Black Suit for Superman

    Snyder Shows New 'Justice League' Scene With Black Suit for Superman

    Ever since Zack Snyder took over as director of the latest DC Comics films (Man of Steel, Batman v Superman, and Justice League) some of his creative choices have been...controversial, to say the least. Fans have been highly divided on the films, and the critical reception has been less than stellar. However, many people agree that the director's cut of Batman v Superman is a marked improvement over the theatrical release, adding to character arcs, explaining some murky story elements, and closing plot threads. With Justice League in a similar boat, fans are looking forward to seeing what Snyder's true vision for the film was, and whether the director's cut can improve the film in a fashion similar to that of Batman v Superman.
Tv
  • D.K. Upshaw
    Published about 21 hours ago
    My Top 8 Saturday Morning Cartoons Based on Primetime TV Shows

    My Top 8 Saturday Morning Cartoons Based on Primetime TV Shows

    How do you enhance the popularity of a primetime TV show? Make a Saturday Morning cartoon out of it! Here are my picks for the Top 8 Saturday Morning Cartoons Based on Primetime TV Shows.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published 3 days ago
    'The Bold and the Beautiful' Thomas returns with a new attitude

    'The Bold and the Beautiful' Thomas returns with a new attitude

    Thomas Forrester has pulled some crazy stunts on The Bold and the Beautiful and thus far has gotten away with them all. Among his misdeeds are the following: He got in his car and chased Emma as she was driving, which led her to crash her vehicle and die. He pushed Shauna to have an affair with Ridge, so she would take him away from Brooke. In an attempt to win Hope back Tom the terrible drugged Liam, which led to Liam sleeping with Steffy, but it did not reunite Steam. He set it up so that Hope would see Steffy kiss Liam and also allowed everyone to think he died when he fell into a vat of acid, which really was water.
  • Blake Hunt
    Published 4 days ago
    An Emotional Review of Episode 11 of THE SHIPPER Series

    An Emotional Review of Episode 11 of THE SHIPPER Series

    The most emotional episode of the whole series is episode 11 of the shipper series where many things happened. It has shown that is precious and we must cherish most of the time living in it. If we start talking about the scenes then the story was too much emotion to handle. At a point, I gave up watching for a few minutes because the scenes were painful to watch. From episode 1 to episode 10 were cute, funny and confusing but still, I enjoyed them all. It is not that there weren’t emotional scenes there, rather the impact of scenes was not that much deeper as a comparison to episode 11. Moreover, the other scenes of those episodes covered them so we all enjoyed even if they were emotional but this time things got out of control.
Vintage
  • J.W Raven
    Published about 22 hours ago
    5 Older Shows totally worth Binge watching

    5 Older Shows totally worth Binge watching

    Like most people I've found myself doing a fair amount of binge watching the past few months. Listen, I'll be honest I'm just feeling my way through 2020 like everyone else. I’ve found having a show or two to watch while I escape from the world around me has been a good thing for my overall mental health.
  • Cherii C.
    Published 4 days ago
    Going back to the 90's

    Going back to the 90's

    Don't you just miss the 90's? In this post, I'm going to bring us back to the 90's with all nostalgia food, games, and whatnot. I'm sure you miss the 90's as much as I do. Some things we can't even get or experience it anymore nowadays. These are what made our childhood better because we get to experience so many different things while growing up.
  • Jide Okonjo
    Published 6 days ago
    Why Tom and Jerry Will Never Get Old.

    Why Tom and Jerry Will Never Get Old.

    Do you know what I do sometimes when I want to watch something but don't feel like watching anything too serious, deserving of too much brain power, or too long?
Zombies
  • Samantha Garcia
    Published 6 days ago
    The Manifest of Zombies

    The Manifest of Zombies

    What exactly is a zombie? A zombie is an undead human. It has decaying and rotten skin. And zombies are just mindless creatures wanting to eat brains. I do think zombies are monsters, but they can represent mindless humans also. I mean zombies can’t think for themselves all they want is one thing and that is to eat your flesh or brains. The function of horror is to give humans a sense of fear and let our imagination run into dangerous scenes or events. An article to prove this example is “Our Zombies, Ourselves” written by James Parker. Parker compares the modern-day zombie with how now zombies start to get gorier. He plastered the meaning and question of why zombies are so much apart of our society now. Parker states, “The zombie him-self has never looked better, dripping with wounds, full of conviction. With his dangling stethoscope, or his policeman's uniform, or his skateboard, he exhibits the pathos of his ex-person-hood.” This quote expresses that modern zombies represent the looks of a human.
  • Trevor Wells
    Published about a month ago
    Film Review: 'The Curse of Hobbes House'

    Film Review: 'The Curse of Hobbes House'

    Things couldn't get much worse for Jane Dormant (Mhairi Calvey): evicted, fired, and reduced to living out of her car. But just when Jane is at the end of her rope, she receives a call from solicitor Eurydice Saul (Jo Price) telling her that her aunt Alexandra (Emma Spurgin Hussey) has died and she is summoned to her isolated manor--known as Hobbes House--for the reading of her will. Also in attendance is Alexandra's groundskeeper Naser (Waleed Elgadi), Jane's estranged half-sister Jennifer (Makenna Guyler), and Jennifer's partner Nigel (Kevin Leslie).
  • Sean Patrick
    Published about a month ago
    Class Movie Review: Dawn of the Dead

    Class Movie Review: Dawn of the Dead

    I’ve long had problems with zombie movies. I had tried to couch these problems in aesthetic issues or complaints about the lack of believability in the notion of the dead rising from the grave but I was aware that that was a silly argument. The reality of my issue with zombies is quite simply knowing that I am the last person who would ever survive the zombie apocalypse. I am hopelessly, woefully unprepared for any apocalypse really, let alone one that involves the dead rising from their graves.