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Terminator Dark Fate reviews

Just a few days after the social media embargo lifted on Terminator: Dark Fate, the new sci-fi sequel from director Tim Miller, the full review embargo has now also lifted. In the early reactions, one thing was repeated again and again: Dark Fate is the best movie in this franchise since James Cameron’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day. That’s not exactly a tough accomplishment to achieve, considering its competition. But now that full reviews are out there, let’s dig a little deeper and find out what else critics have to say about the movie.
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Let It Snow trailer

When it snows, it pours. And when Netflix begins its onslaught of cheesy Christmas rom-coms, it’s an avalanche. Or at least, it soon will be following the trailer for Let It Snow, a high school rom-com starring some of today’s most popular teenybopper stars, including Jacob Batalon, Kiernan Shipka, Isabela Merced, Shameik Moore, Odeya Rush, and more. Watch the Let It Snow trailer below and prepare yourself for the many Netflix Christmas rom-coms to follow.

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Tokyo Vice Michael Mann

Micahel Mann is about to add another Vice to his name. The Miami Vice filmmaker will direct the pilot episode of Tokyo Vice, a new HBO Max series starring Ansel Elgort and Ken Watanabe. The show is based on the non-fiction book by Jake Adelstein, the only American journalist ever admitted to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Press Club.

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sesame street theme park

Sesame Street is set to make a splash in San Diego. SeaWorld and Sesame Workshop announced the plans to build a new Sesame Street theme park at SeaWorld San Diego, making it the first Sesame Place on the West Coast.

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the last duel cast

Adam Driver is 35 years old, and he’s already worked with filmmakers like Clint Eastwood, Steven Spielberg, Jim Jarmusch, Terry Gilliam, and the Coen Brothers, just to name a few. And very soon, he may add Sir Ridley Scott to his impressive list of collaborators.

Driver is currently in early talks to join the cast of The Last Duel, Scott’s upcoming period piece that has Matt Damon set to star in one of the lead roles. And while Damon was originally said to be facing off against his old pal Ben Affleck in this movie, it now appears that Driver will be taking the role that was seemingly intended for Affleck, while Affleck himself shifts into a supporting role instead. Read More »

streaming horror autopsy of jane doe

Welcome to 31 Days of Streaming Horror. Every day this October, we’ll be highlighting a different streaming horror movie to help you get into the Halloween spirit. Today’s entry: The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016).

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Marvel podcast

Marvel has already taken over every other medium, so it was only a matter of time until they conquered podcasts as well. The Marvel Podcast Universe is well under way following the success of the iHeartRadio Award-winning Wolverine: The Long Night, which broke the dam for new scripted Marvel podcasts. Now Marvel is teaming up with SiriusXM to develop new solo podcast series for Wolverine, Hawkeye, Black Widow, and Star-Lord. And in classic Marvel fashion, they will all be teaming up in a climactic podcast series. Read More »

The Vice Guide to Bigfoot

Even if you don’t watch Vice, you’re certainly familiar with the company’s style of journalism: a hipster-looking journalist ventures into sometimes dangerous, sometimes goofy territory to get a story that Vice thinks needs to be told. That style has been prominently lampooned before in an episode IFC’s Documentary Now! (this clip of Jack Black saying the word “dronez” is a good example), but now a new movie called The Vice Guide to Bigfoot is taking things to the next level.

/Film is happy to present two brand new posters for the movie, so check those out below (along with a trailer) before the film hits the festival circuit later this week.  Read More »

Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker resistance fleet

Don’t underestimate a Star Wars fan’s ability to get as nerdy as possible. Especially when it comes to a shot from the final Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker trailer that’s jam-packed with hundreds of ships that are nearly impossible to make out with the human eye. Because they will find them, and they will tell you exactly what make and model those ships are.

The Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker fleet shot is awesome for many reasons, the best being that it inspired one Star Wars fan to spend a solid eight hours identifying and cataloging almost every ship in the frame. Which is both insanely impressive and impossibly nerdy.

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Primal review

Blink and miss one frame of detailed animation and you miss the entire world. At least, that’s the case when watching the masterful animation and razor-blade precision of Genndy Tartakovsky and his team. 

Echoing the flat, sharp-lined, dimensional aesthetic of its spiritual predecessor Samurai Jack, elements like whiplash, stillness, noise, and quiet are vital to the first five episodes of Primal, Tartakovsky’s latest limited series for Adult Swim. Tartakovsky pushes the envelope for cinematic televised animation through zero dialogue, wildlife ambiance, the grandeur and smallness of gestures, and stillness to convey action and introspection. With the rolling trum-trum-trum of Tyler Bates’ and Joanne Higginbottom’s music, Aaron LaPlante‘s growls, shrieks, grunts for a leading character with no words, the thrashy and crunching sound design by Joel Valentine, and Scott Willis’s sharp and flushed art direction, everything is woven into a painstaking presentation. Read More »