Monday Morning Paperback Issue 3: Who is The Black Panther?
  With Black History Month coming to a close, I dedicate this segment of MMP to the first Black Superhero of Comicdom, Tchalla, mostly known as The Black Panther who shall make his cinematic debut in Captain America: Civil War! Also of note; July of 2016 will mark the... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 8: Tony Burton RIP, Alien Covenant, Penny Dreadful S3, Captain Nemo, The Mist TV, Taboo, Daredevil S2…

Tony Burton RIP, more “Alien: Covenant” casting, another “Penny Dreadful” Season 3 trailer, two Captain Nemo films underway, “The Mist” TV-pilot ordered, “Taboo”-miniseries trailer, “Daredevil” Season 2 gearing up, HBO in some production woes, “Minecraft”-movie(?) details, spit-take of the week and more…

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Spinning Headlines – Week 7: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, John Wick 2, The Stand, Kingsman 2, San Andreas 2, Blade Runner 2, Astro Boy…

This week, we’ve got a big pile of number 2’s: “Guardians of the Galaxy 2”, “Kingsman 2”, “John Wick 2”, “San Andreas 2”, “Blade Runner 2”, “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2″…also some Stephen King-adaptation news, Astro Boy, Amityville and of course the spit-take of the week – which is a big steaming pile of number 2 itself.

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What’s the worst era for Pop Culture and Movies?

What was the time period in pop culture- and movie- history that we deem as the worst? Eight writers want to know. Join the debate!

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SAVING GRACES: The Cream of the Crappy Seventies!
Movies! Star Wars A New Hope The Omega Man The Godfather 1&2 SAVING GRACES: The Cream of the Crappy Seventies! Superman The Movie Carrie The Exorcist Shaft Saturday Night Fever Assault on Precinct 13 Halloween The French Connection The Fog Three the Hard Way Coffy Enter the Dragon Magnum... Read more
Sky & Ollie: Silly Love Songs
Sky: Ah, God bless Paul McCarthney. Here’s a chap who really knows how to put out good romantic songs. Hullo again you sorry sods. It’s your mates Sky and Ollie back for another round of skullduggery  and instead of doing movie reviews like every bloody one else, we are... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 6: Bad Boys 3, The Huntsman, xXx 3, Star Wars, Hardcore Henry, The Invisible Man, William Shatner…

Joe Carnahan at the helm of “Bad Boys 3”, Johnny Depp is “The Invisible Man”, “xXx3” actually has a plot, trailers for “The Huntsman”-sequel, “Criminal”, “Hardcore Henry”, “The Lobster” and “The Purge: Election Year”. Also some casting rumors, “Star Wars” news and of course the spit-take of the week.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 5: Twin Peaks, Ghost in the Shell, George Miller, Furious 9-10, Guardians Vol.2, Miles Davis…

“Twin Peaks” casting, George Miller talks about how his “Justice League” crashed, “Ghost in the Shell”-adaptation starts filming and adds villain, Universal gives “Furious” release dates, No Shaw in “Alien Covenant”, Don Cheadle’s Miles Davis-project gets first trailer, James Gunn teases “GotG Vol.2” rehearsals, spit-take(s) of the week and more…

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The 8 Most Overrated Movie Endings since 2000

A great (twist) ending to a movie can elevate the whole experience. but which movie endings (of movies released since the year 2000) do not deserve the accolades they get? Feel free to agree or disagree.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 4: Star Wars, Civil War, Blade Runner 2, The X-Files, We’re Wolves…

This week we got “Star Wars Episode IX” being shot on film, Kathryn Bigelow’s & Mark Boals next project, “Blade Runner”-sequel filming start date, “Civil War”-tidbits, the title of “What We Do In The Shadows”-spinoff, Kevin Spacey as a cat, Chris Carter addresses the “X-Files” revival’s odd airing order, Gareth Evans made a little samurai film and spit-take of the week.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 3: Doctor Strange, Thor Ragnarok, Avatar 2, Terminator, Westworld, xXx3, Paul Verhoeven…

Glenn Frey RIP, “Doctor Strange”-casting, “Thor Ragnarok” details, “Avatar 2” delayed further, Terminator terminated – again, HBO’s “Westworld” on a production hiatus, Jet Li cast in “xXx3”, Paul Verhoeven’s new movie gets it’s first trailer, Fox going ahead with the Bauer-less “24” reboot, Laurel & Hardy-actors cast and Spit-take of the week.

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The Supernaughts’ Best and Worst of Movies and TV of 2015!

It is here! The Best and Worst of movies and TV of the last year, selected by various Supernaughts contributors! Feel free to agree and disagree!

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Spinning Headlines – Week 2: Cloverfield spinoff, Penny Dreadful Season 3, Creed 2, Black Panther, Guardians 2…

This week: “Cloverfield” gets a surprise spinoff, George Miller gets misquoted, “Black Panther” gets a director, “Guardians of the Galaxy 2” script is finished, Legendary Entertainment get bought, “Penny Dreadful” season 3 gets teased, “Creed 2” gets a release date, spit-take of the week and more…

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Dee recaps 2015 in TV, Movies & Entertainment: Best/Worst Of and Random Observations

A very subjective look back at the weird year that was 2015 in movies, TV and entertainment. Best and Worst of, pics and gifs galore- spared no expense!

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Sky & Ollie : A very (belated) Furry Christmas

A very belated Christmas satire from Ollie and Sky!

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Nightmare: The Video Board Game (1991)
Nightmare is an interactive video board game developed in Australia by the production company A Couple ‘A Cowboys and distributed by J. W. Spear & Sons (later taken over by Mattel in 1994). The concept of the game was to challenge people’s worst fears via instructions from a nightmarish host on your... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 1: Deadwood, GoT, Tarantino, Tales from the Crypt, Doctor Strange, Conjuring 2, Del Toro

In the first “Spinning Headlines” of the new year: “Deadwood” resurrects, “GoT” gets an opening date, “The Conjuring 2” gets a trailer, Bruce gets in a museum, Del Toro goes on a “Fantastic Voyage”, “Doctor Strange” reveals some artwork, Tarantino thinks about the future, “Tales from the Crypt” will have no Crypt-keeper and more.

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IAB’s Best, Worst, Runners-up and the “Meh” of 2015

IAB dissects the movie-year 2015 and possibly flinches some thrown tomatoes and fruits of variable nature in the process.

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Bop’s Best of 2015

Bop recaps his Best and Worst of TV and movies of 2015.

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IAB’s Favorite Film Composers Vol.4

After some site maintenance time, IAB returns with not news, but tunes.

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Naughty or Nice: Part 1 – Videogames!
“Just makin my list not checking it twice, give my opinion of what’s Supernaughty and nice!” Ho, ho ho, Twas that Nightmare before Christmas himself, Stalks offering a few gift suggestions of a few recommended “Grab bag o’ Goodies” to my fellow geeks because tis the season for giving and... Read more
Star Wars: The Definitive Ranking

Another great ranking of the original six instalments of the “Star Wars” saga, with some surprising results.

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Toying around: My suggestions for Toy based live action adaptations!
  I once heard of internet rumors that there might be a film based on the classic toyline- Major Matt Mason, (Written by Tom Hanks and directed by Robert Zemeckis,)  in development. The synopsis of the Mattel-based toy revolves around Major Matt Mason and fellow astronauts as they fight for survival... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 51: Star Trek, Alien: Covenant, Bride of Frankenstein, Riddick 4 and Tarantino vs. Disney

Simon Pegg reacts to “Star Trek Beyond”-trailer, “Alien: Covenant” adds Katherine Waterston, Vin Diesel gets more “Riddick”, “Bride of Frankenstein” gets Koepp-ed, “Civil War” gets a detailed synopsis and more.

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Review: Until Dawn (PS4)
Until Dawn is a surreal, dark horror interactive video game made for the Sony PlayStation 4 platform featuring a stellar cast of well known actors and actresses, such as Peter Stormare (Armageddon), Hayden Panetteire (Heroes), Rami Malek (Mr. Robot), and Larry Fessenden (I Sell the Dead), who’s also one of the... Read more
The Supernaughts officially rank the first six episodes of the Star Wars saga

That’s right, the Supernaughts have joined forces to provide an official, definitive ranking of the George Lucas era Star Wars saga.

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Magic Hour: Five Years Of Experimental Blockbusters, Part 3 (1982)
1982 was the seminal year of Magic Hour and it exploded with more genre films than any previous year since 1977. The experiments became bolder and the risks for the studios greater. This was also the end of the experiment with science fiction and fantasy films. Nevertheless, most of... Read more
My Favorite Things: Micronauts
Ho, ho, ho and a Yo, Joe! With Christmas approaching fast, I decided to spit out a limited series from now to Dec 25th. I shall shine a spotlight on some of my favorite Toys as a Generation X kid, like many if not most of you. This specific... Read more
Asi asks: What Is Star Wars For You?

Open channel: What impact had Star Wars on you as a person?

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20 Greatest Songs of 2015

Counting down the 20 best songs of 2015! What track is number #1? Click the link and find out!

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Spinning Headlines – Week 50: X-Men Apocalypse, Dark Tower, Star Wars, Thor Ragnarok, Leftovers, Valerian and Dirty Dancing

“X-Men Apocalypse”-trailer, Idris Elba a frontrunner for Roland in “Dark Tower”, Cate Blanchett may be in “Thor Ragnarok”, “The Leftovers” gets a third season, Rebecca Ferguson returns for another “Mission”, a Chinese “Star wars”-trailer, Universal’s new “Mummy” cast?, Besson’s “Valerian” adds a Hawke and multiple spit-takes of the week.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 49: Batman, Indiana Jones, Han Solo, Tarantino, Friday the 13th and Deadpool

Telltale Games goes to Gotham City, Spielberg does not recast Indiana Jones, “Friday the 13th”-reboot gains writer/loses director, Tarantino might adapt more Elmore Leonard, “Game of Thrones” gets teased, Downey jr. speaks “Civil War”, Deadpool gets a new poster, spit-take of the week and more.

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IAB’s Take 2: “The Hobbit – The Battle of the Five Armies”, the Extended Edition

In a second take, IAB revisits a review he wrote almost one year ago, and sees if the longer cut of the film made a difference.

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The Godfather vs. Goodfellas

Four writers discuss the old question “The Godfather vs. Goodfellas”. Which one of those classic gangster movies held up better?

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Spinning Headlines – Week 48: Alien, Sherlock, Gremlins and The Conjuring too

Mark Hamill not shaving, “FFour II” off the Fox schedule, Ridley Scott talks about “Alien Covenant” a LOT, “Gremlins 3”-rumors, “The Conjuring 2” shooting in London, “Sherlock” Xmas Special details and more.

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Walking out of Movies!

“Did you ever walk out of a movie?” Four of our writers answer this question.

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The Tango Orange Man commercial controversy of the 90’s
In the 1990’s the advert agency HHCL created a string of weird and bizarre soft drinks commercials for soft drink manufacture Britvic that often featured strange, beyond the limit narratives. One in particular featured character actor Peter Geeves portraying the Orange Man. He appears from behind a post box... Read more
That Bastard Machine
There’s something about a woman, isn’t there? Something you can know perfectly, recognize instantly, and still can’t really explain. But with a woman, explaining is hardly necessary. People that know it, know it, and the ones that don’t never will. I think there’s a very real reason why the... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 47: Trainspotting 2, Baywatch, Mission Impossible 6, Zoolander 2, Memento outrage

“Trainspotting 2” script news, “Baywatch 2”-casting news, “Zoolander 2”-trailer, “Top Gun 2”-news, “True Detective” – S3 on not?, Edgar Wright dives into animation, Universal Monster Universe clarified, “11.22.63” teased, McQuarrie considering M;I-6 and the mother of all spit-takes

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Brand Sins (2014-present)
In 2012, former cinema workers Jeremy Scott and Chris Atkinson created Cinema Sins, an online movie show featuring clips of past and current films reviewed in a comedic, satirical fashion with inside jokes and cliches. Each episode included a timer and sin counter to determine the film’s “sins”. It soon... Read more
Join us as Writers on The Supernaughts!

Want to publish articles on anything pop-culture related?

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Spinning Headlines, Week 46: Star Wars, Die Hard, Suicide Squad, Toy Story 4 and more

What is Andy Serkis’ character in “The Force Awakens” like? What was the latest pitch for “Die Hard 6”? What is the rating for “Suicide Squad”? Who got added to the “Doctor Strange” cast? What is the spit-take of the week? All these and more in the latest “Spinning Headlines”.

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The Supernaughts are now featuring Fiction!

We are now accepting original works of Fiction! Sign up and start 🙂

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Spinning Headlines – Week 45, 2015

“Twin Peaks” officially delayed to 2017, Walter Hill’s next movie news, DC film plans, Arnold’s next project, X-Men Apocalypse tidbits, Bryan Fuller’s busy schedule, His Dark Materials going to BBC, RIP George Barris and ANOTHER Sony-related spit-take of the week…

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Suffering from Post-Halloween Sadness? Help has arrived!

Fight your post-Halloween sadness by reliving October’s best horror moments on The Supernaughts!
Recommendations, reviews, podcasts and more!

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RIP T.M. Wright: Remembering Terry
He may not have had the fame of Stephen King, but his contribution to the horror genre is every bit as important and lasting.  I don’t think anyone has contributed as much to the ghost story or surreal horror as T.M. Wright.   I first encountered Terry’s work when... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 44, 2015

“Ash vs. Evil Dead” gets a season 2 already, “Bad Santa 2” in the works, X-Files teasery, John Woo wanting to remake “The Killer”, Blomkamp’s “Alien” goes to hibernation, “Thor: Ragnarok” a “buddy movie”? and the spit-take of the week

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9 botched Horror Movie Icon redesigns

1,2 fashion police comes for you!
Nine not-so-great makeovers of famous horror movie characters.

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Reuben Bradley – “Cthulhu Rising” (2015) Album Review

In the mood for some Lovecraftian themed music during the Halloween season? Well you best look elsewhere (or simply check out Page 2).

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Spinning Headlines – Week 43, 2015

“Kingsman” returns, “Gambit”-director woes, more “X-Files” tease, “Underworld 5” in production, Joe Dante is still working, Jane got a trailer and spit-take of the week.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 42, 2015

“Battle Angel Alita” from Cameron to Rodriguez, The Hulk in ragnarok, “Godzilla vs. Kong” officially confirmed, “Star Trek Beyond” wraps, the X-Men go to TV land, “Road House”-reboot gets a writer/director, trailer of the week and spit-take of the week

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Spinning Headlines – Week 41, 2015

No Disney Logo before Star Wars, Daniel Craig is grumpy, Furious 8 has a director, Coen Brothers have a trailer, X-Men Apocalypse has a synopsis and more.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 40, 2015

“Hitchcock/Truffaut”-trailer, a new “The Revenant” trailer, “The Ring 3” release delayed – as this writer learns it was even being made, “Watchmen”-the TV show?, George R.R. Martin talks and then talks about talking, The “Furiou8” director-game continues, “Westworld” has the sauce-factor up to HBO standards and the pit-take of the week

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Eye of the Devil (1966)

Time packs forgotten films tightly into a bottomless chambered box, one you have to pilfer around in, only finding by accident such black and white treasures like Eye of the Devil.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 39, 2015

“Spectre” theme song is out, Paul Feig goes on Twitter-rampage, “Wolverine 3”-news, “John Wick 2”-news, Universal has a “Furious” director problem, “Men in Black” rebooted and “The Revenant” gets rated.

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Game of Thrones Methadone II
The new season Season six of Game of Thrones will be an adaptation of an unreleased book by George R. R. Martin, the sixth novel in the A Song of Ice and Fire series titled The Winds of Winter. I can’t think of any parallels where a series or film was made before... Read more
Game of Thrones Methadone: Season 6 Preview
Hey fans, I just finished re-watching Game of Thrones – all the seasons back to back. Typically I watched one or two episodes per night to get all of the storylines straight in my head and see if I could remember all of the characters names and flesh out my knowledge of... Read more
Name That Tune: Music Review Enn

Today I am going to focus on some good ole’ Rock-N-Roll I have currently in my rotation, plus a review of a band that I slammed recently here on The Supernaughts. Might have had a change of heart.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 38, 2015

The Universal/Legendary/Warner love triangle continues, Bryan Singer goes 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Gambit director departs, Charlie’s Angels going for a reboot, Marvel/Netflix-series news, American Crime Story teased and the usual spit-take of the week.

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Bop’s Top 10 Movie Bad Girls
Everybody loves bad girls, except in their marriages. Bad girls in movies are hard to be found. I think they should be more present in movies. Why? Because it’s about time. In TV there are various bad girls and the actresses playing them do awesome jobs, so why can’t... Read more
Bop’s Top 10 Movie Bad Guys
Top 10s seem to be the fashion these days. People are interested in top 10s of doesn’t matter what. Often it’s click bait, wanting you to click through a whole top 10. I fucking hate that shit. Give it to me all at once or don’t give it to... Read more
Ollie’s Madworld: The Deuce is Loose!

Dead Celebrity Holograms! Racial Profiling! Pokemon Massacre attempt and Deez Nuts! All in the World that’s coming! A Mad, Mad, Madworld!

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Spinning Headlines – Week 37, 2015

More Game of Thrones season 6 casting, King Kong vs Godzilla in the works?, Rousey goes to Road House, Star Wars Episode VIII-news, Nolan’s next has a release date, Spectre get another poster, Krampus trailer, spit-take of the week and more.

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IT LOOKED JUST LIKE A MONSTER MOVIE
The first part of this can be found here. I have changed up people’s names I encountered on that day as I am not a journalist and I am not reporting something on their experiences. They all had their own shit they went through and maybe they have already told their... Read more
Buzz off, Sam Smith! …who should really sing the next Bond title song ?

Are there better choices than Sam Smith as performer for the James Bond title song?

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PlayStation (1995-2015): The revolution will now be revitalized!

Unless you have been living under a rock, in the sewers, or you’re one of those individuals who was born during the 90’s (goddamn Millennials!), you may have not been aware of the infamous date – September 9, 1995.

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Real Girl Power
Note: This article was originally published on the now-defunct Talkbacker.com. It might contain some changes (original idea for a Real Girl Power article was Stalkeye’s). Throughout the years the term girl power has been abused. Lots of women proclaimed to be girl power while they were not. It was... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 36, 2015

“Spectre”-poster, Marvel’s civil war, Cary Fukunaga elaborates departure from “IT”, “Penny Dreadful” season 3 new charcters, “Under The Dome” cancelled, “Jack Reacher 2” release date and the spit-take of the week.

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A Beautiful September Morning
I don’t remember anything about the day before. It was a long time ago, but still if you try hard enough your mind can usually concoct some sort of memory–real or imagined. I know I was 29. My least favorite age. I was supposed to have made my claim... Read more
Asi Wants You…
Hello. AsimovLives here. Recently I have found myself dearth of ideas for an article. Well, not completely, but the few ideas I have are either overtly ambitious in scope or too disarranged to be turned into an article anytime soon. So I thought to ask you, dear readers, for... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 35, 2015

Casting news on “Gambit” & “Mascots”, Ridley Scott’s next film confirmed, some “Walking Dead” teasery, The Hobbit 3’s Extended edition rating, more “Ash vs. Evil Dead”-tease and some other neat stuff.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 34, 2015

Luc Besson’s “Valerian” adds cast, “Suicide Squad” gets some more teasery images, Zorro might go post-apocalyptic, “Fear the Walking Dead” – first 3 minutes, The Rock may punch the jungle, “The Martian” gets a new trailer and of course there’s the spit-take of the week.

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IAB’s Favorite Film Composers Vol.2

IAB continues to sort through his favorite film composers in this second volume of the series.

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Newsflash: Teens are Stupid

Yesterday, the 2015 Teen Choice Awards were held in Los Angeles and the only news to come out of it was further confirmation that teens are stupid. Yes, stupid. Bloody God damn stupid.

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Carpenters Have the Best Tools: Top Ten John Carpenter Films
To follow the other top 10 I posted recently (The Man, The Myth, The Snake: Top 10 Kurt Russell Films), I figured I might as well continue on with the theme, and give you all my top 10 John Carpenter films, of ALL TIME! I am hoping to start... Read more
Penalty Box: Justified Road Rage

Hello, my name is Puck and I suffer from a mild case of automotive induced intermittent explosive disorder, which is more commonly referred to as road rage.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 33, 2015

X-Files returnee, shitload of reboots(LXG, Predator, Shaft), several “Star Wars”-news, WolverIIIne casting, “Twin Peaks” details and some trailers this week.

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Anne Rice Vs the Outrage Culture
Anne Rice is calling attention to what she thinks is a form of censorship going on in the literary world. Yesterday on her Facebook Rice wrote: I think we are facing a new era of censorship, in the name of political correctness. There are forces at work in the... Read more
Fantastic Four: The Men with Knives
20th Century Fox is up to its old tricks again and Josh Trank has been designated as its official fallguy. And yes, I genuinely feel sorry for him. He’s under a demon’s banner in a house who has Bryan Singer permanently welded to a property he has no business... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 32, 2015

“Prison Break” returns, “Hannibal” woes, Sony’s upcoming menu, Universal’s great year, more “Game of Thrones” casting, Trailers for “Deadpool” and Scorsese’s new HBO show, “Ready Player One” release date, a “Dungeons & Dragons”-movie being developed again and MULTIPLE spit-takes.

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A.I.  Artificial Intelligence (2001): Artificial Emotions by Steven Spielbot

A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001) gets a lot of favourable reevaluations recently. Time for an unfavourable one.

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R.I.P. Rowdy One
WWE wrestling is in a rut nowadays. If it hadn’t been for CM Punk, Brock Lesnar and Sasha Banks I would have quit on WWE. However, there was a time that WWE wrestling used to be cool. That was when it was still called WWF and it was in... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 31, 2015

Game of Thrones, The Killing Joke, Batman, various casting news, new Michael Bay-trailer, sequel to “Edge of tomorrow”? and much more.

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Frankie goes to . . . London Film & Comic Con!!

On July 18, 2015 I was lucky enough to attend the most amazing convention yet to hit the city of London. The Summer 2015 London Film & Comic Con surpassed anything I had attended previously or even imagined and now I’m back to report on some of the festivities and share some pictures.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 30, 2015

Sharknados, X-Files news, King Arthur, Jurassic sequel, Skull Island casting, Gotham S2-trailer, Ridley Scott news, an Emoji-movie(?!!?) are some of this weeks headlines.

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Terminator Genisys: This is it. This is the End.
For anyone hoping that Cameron was going to return to this franchise one day, or perhaps after the assured failure of this latest installment, they should have their heads evacuated like the Augean Stables. Never heard of them? Then Google it. We’ve come full circle here. The mortar has... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 29, 2015

“X-Men: Apocalypse” pics, “Fantastic Four”-trailer number Two, writers for the next “Spider-Man”, new director for “IT”, more “X-Files” tease, a “GoT”-returnee and “Fight Club: The Musical”(WTF?). Come and read all about it.

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The Man, The Myth, The Snake: Top 10 Kurt Russell Films
One of my all time beloved actors is Kurt Russell, who has starred in several of my favorite films. My question to you all: What are your favorite Russell films? Below I have listed mine: 10. Dark Blue (2002) Above average Ron Shelton film (Bull Durham, White Men Can’t... Read more
Satoru Iwata: Savior of the Gamerverse!
“On my business card, I am a corporate president. In my mind, I am a game developer. But in my heart, I am a gamer.” Satoru Iwata, 1959-2015 I have this love/hate thing for Nintendo. I admire the fact that the Japanese based company not only revived the gaming... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 28, 2015

Star Wars-news, Electra & Aunt May casting, X-men-info, Affleck directorial news, X-Files tease, Twin Peaks possibly coming a year later than expected and more.

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IAB’s Favorite Film Composers Vol.1

For your aural entertainment, IAB takes a rainy day as a que to revisit some of his favorite film composers

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Spinning Headlines – Week 27, 2015

Sequel news, remake news, actors leaving Skull Island, new Michael Crichton adaptation, London falling, Rocky returning(sorta), PT Anderson making a surprise move, and a movie made of “Monopoly”(?!). Step right in and read all about it.

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5 Essential Buckethead Albums
The art of playing the guitar is quite often taken for granted in the modern era of music. The instrument itself has almost become more of an accessory in the industry than an actual key ingredient in the songwriting. But there is actually a whole world of people out... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 26, 2015

Human casualties, NBC casualties, X-Files peek, Marvel news & rumors, Double Tom Hardy, Independence Day sequel title, resurfaced Kubrick project, Bourne-sequel casting and more.

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Best/Worst Fathers On TV

To celebrate Father’s Day, here are some great TV dads to look up to and some bad ones that can make you feel like an even better dad.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 25, 2015

Various Star Wars-news/rumors, Gambit director, Halloween Returns, Peanuts trailer and more in this weeks Headlines.

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Ollie’s Madworld

WARNING: The Following contains footage that may shock, offend or suspend your disbelief.

Not Safe For Work!

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Debate: Gender and Race in Movies
It has become more prevalent in today’s cinema, to change the gender, race, and creed of many popular comic book characters, be it in cinema, or any other media form. Is this a racially charged equality issue, gender fairness play, or an attempt to appease to the social correctness... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 24, 2015

Stephen King-adaptations, Next summer’s blockbuster(?) synopses and teaser posters, Terry Gilliam, Marvel news, “Scream” TV-series and more.

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Sega Saturn: The Little Black Engine That Couldn’t

To commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the 32 Bit platform’s official release, this retrospective covers the highs, lows and low blows of Sega’s potentially great console: The Sega Saturn.

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