Month: November 2018

A new update from BioWare’s Casey Hudson suggests we will hear more about a new Dragon Age game before the end of the year.  “If you’ve been following these blogs, or myself and Mark Darrah on Twitter, you know we’re also working on some secret Dragon Age stuff,” said Hudson in a recent blog post.
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Release Date: November 14, 2018Platform: PS4 (reviewed), XBO, PCDeveloper: Bethesda Game StudiosPublisher: Bethesda SoftworksGenre: Online RPG It’s easy to understand the motivation behind the creation of Fallout 76, a multiplayer offshoot of one of the most wildly popular franchises in video games. Allowing players to trounce around a bombed-out West Virginia wasteland with their friends
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The Elder Scrolls: Blades has been delayed.  Bethesda announced via a brief tweet that they have delayed the mobile game until sometime in early 2019. The title was originally scheduled for release in December. No explanation was given for the delay, but some people suspect that this decision might be partially based on the negative
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Released: Tallinn Black Night Film Festival Director: Kirill Sokolov Cast: Vitaliy Khaev, Aleksandr Kuznetsov, Evgeniya Kregzhde, Mikhail Gorevoy, Elena Shevchenko Distributor: White Mirror Film Company If you like this, try… 2LDK (2003) Two ambitious actresses vying for the same film rôle do violent battle in their shared apartment. “One, two, three, evil won’t touch me.”
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Released: Tallinn Black Night Film Festival https://2018.poff.ee/films/415880 Director: Adrian Panek Cast: Kamil Polnisiak, Nicolas Przygoda, Sonia Mietielica, Danuta Stenka Distributor: Balapolis If you like this, try… White Dog An actress discovers that the stray dog she has taken in has been trained to attack black people. Liberated by Russians from the horrors of the concentration camps, eight orphans
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By all accounts, Anna And The Apocalypse would appear to be the world’s first feature-length zombie comedy musical set in high school… and at Christmas… in Scotland. Shot around the likes of Port Glasgow, Greenock and Falkirk, the film premiered to considerable buzz at last year’s Fantastic Fest in the US and is now making
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Click here to see full size. Mary Poppins Returns will be set in Depression-era London and follow now-grown up versions of Jane and Michael Banks, as well as Michael’s three children who are visited by Poppins following a personal loss. Chicago and Into The Woods‘ Rob Marshall is directing, and the film will feature an original screenplay from David Magee
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Click here to see full size. Glass brings together James McAvoy’s Kevin Wendell Crumb, Samuel L Jackson’s Elijah Price/Mr Glass and Bruce Willis’ David Dunn to finally deliver the Unbreakable sequel we’ve been waiting for. The trio are joined by the brilliant Sarah Paulson as a psychiatrist treating the three, as well as returning stars Anya Taylor-Joy (Split‘s survivor
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There will be no Daredevil  season 4. In a stunning move, Marvel and Netflix have confirmed that Daredevil has been canceled after three seasons. The cancellation of Daredevil follows the axe falling on Luke Cage and Iron Fist  after two seasons each. But while Netflix never talks numbers, and Iron Fist was never warmly received
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The streaming wars continue and now have a new entrant into the battlefield. WarnerMedia, which is the entity formerly known as Time Warner and now owned by AT&T, has announced its intentions to create a new streaming service. WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey made the announcement during a presentation in New York with AT&T investors. Stankey
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Released: Out now Creator: Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk Cast: Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Billie Lourd, Kathy Bates, Adina Porter, Cody Fern, Jessica Lange Distributor: FX If you like this, try… Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina Netflix’s take on the original Archie comic books delivers campy witchy wonder and addictive teen drama. There’s something amusingly meta about
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This is a spoiler-free review. Let me begin by confessing that I am a huge fan of The Expanse, both the book and the TV series. With that one show, the Syfy Channel raised their profile dramatically among hard science fiction geeks and elevated their programming back to Battlestar Galactica levels. With their newest offering in the genre, Nightflyers, they
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The PS4 release of Path of Exile has been delayed to February 2019.  An update from developer Grinding Gear Games suggests that this delay is due to delays in the certification process. The studio states that they “underestimated the amount of work it would take to finish the certification process during the busy Christmas period.”
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Obsidian Entertainment, developers of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2, Pillars of Eternity, and Fallout: New Vegas, are teasing the reveal of their next game sometime during the 2018 Game Awards.  If you head over to Obsidian’s website, you’ll be greeted by one of two “ads” that feature a countdown that ends around
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Editor’s Note: This post is updated monthly. Bookmark this page and come back to see what other little-seen classics get added to Hulu. Updated for December 2018. You can see a complete list of new Hulu releases here. There are very few Internet streaming pools deeper than Hulu’s current TV offerings. And that’s an excellent opportunity
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This interview contains major spoilers for Action Comics #1005. It’s been a minute since Brian Michael Bendis has taken over the writing chores of Superman and Action Comics, and since then, the famed scribe has rebuilt Superman’s supporting cast, redefined the underworld of Metropolis, and found shocking directions for Superman and his extended family. Well,
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Release Date: November 15, 2018Platform: XBO (reviewed), PS4, PCDeveloper: DICEPublisher: Electronic ArtsGenre: First-person Shooter Battlefield V is like your best friend showing up to a party with a couple of bottles missing from a really good six-pack. You’re glad to see him, and the six-pack isn’t going to spoil an otherwise good time, it’s just kind of confusing
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Katie Holmes finally has some adult playmates for The Boy 2. According to Deadline, Owain Yeoman (American Sniper) and Ralph Ineson (The Office UK) have officially joined the cast of the doll horror sequel. The Boy 2 will revolve around “a young family, unaware of the terrifying history of the estate into which they move, where
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This Lethal Weapon review contains spoilers. “That’s not some moron. That’s my moron.” Friendships and families—both of a literal and metaphorical nature—are once more the focus of Lethal Weapon. This is absolutely not new territory for the series and if anything this show often stumbles over itself with how often it tries to reinforce these
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