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The Martian Author Andy Weir Announces New Book: Project Hail Mary

Fans of The Martian rejoice! Author Andy Weir has a new book coming out. The book is titled Project Hail Mary and is due for release in Spring of 2021. Similar to The Martian, the new book by […]

March 30, 2020
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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Retro Review: Fortune and Gory, Kid

Before we get into my Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom review, let’s talk about another movie. I had a kind of weird déjà vu the first time I watched The Night of the […]

March 28, 2020
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Dragon’s Lair: Ryan Reynolds Likely to Star in Netflix Live-Action Film

Although the Dragon’s Lair video game franchise was once a cartoon in the 80s, efforts to make it into a movie have always stalled. However, it looks like times are changing. Netflix has now optioned […]

March 28, 2020
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David Harbour Blames Hellboy Reboot Failure On Guillermo Del Toro Fans

One side-effect of social distancing and the shutdown of almost all non-essential business is that even celebrities are yearning for contact. Thanks to social media, they still have a direct connection to their fans. For […]

March 26, 2020
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Goodfellas Retro Review – Freedom is Far from Free

Social distancing has me scouring my streaming services for some classics. I figured why not take the next couple weeks to revisit some favorite movies, games, and TV shows and really pin down what makes […]

March 25, 2020
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Snowpiercer Retro Review – The Perfect Distraction Movie

Director Bong Joon-ho has had his name in the media an awful lot recently. Parasite, a film which the South Korean filmmaker directed, produced, and wrote, won Best Picture at the latest Academy Awards ceremony. Movie lovers […]

March 24, 2020
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Ten Movies Studios Should Release Early Due to Covid-19

Onward, Emma, the Hunt, and the Invisible Man all jumped out of theaters and to our streaming services last week. It’s one of the only ways studios can possibly make money right now, while nearly […]

March 24, 2020
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Raiders of the Lost Ark Retro Review: Achtung, Baby

Back when I was a feral wolf-child in [REDACTED] Alabama, I had a somewhat sheltered upbringing. I grew up in a home with Anaïs Nin books–read: erotica–in the living room, but my parents didn’t really […]

March 23, 2020
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European Internet Streaming Concerns Prompt Video Quality Downgrades

We’re beginning another week in a world ravaged by COVID-19. There are so many cases popping up all over the world that many are practicing shelter-in-place measures to curtail contact with others. It’s a great […]

March 23, 2020
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Altered Carbon: Resleeved Netflix Anime Is a Bloody, Beautiful Successor to Series

We only just got finished with Altered Carbon season 2, and already there is a new adventure starring Takeshi Kovacs. From the trailer for Altered Carbon: Resleeved, the Netflix anime looked to be the best […]

March 21, 2020