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2019 Emmy Winners: Updated Live During the Awards

2019 Emmy Winners

The 71st Primetime Emmy winners are being announced live on FOX this evening. Who will win the highest honors in television in comedy, drama, and TV movies? Does the final season of Game of Thrones have what it takes to take home the big prize? Could Barry make a big show on the comedy side of things? We’re updating the 2019 Emmy winners list live below during the broadcast, so follow along with us.

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spider-man far from home extended clip

Sony is giving fans a lot of Spidey lately, which is good considering the webslinger’s future is uncertain in the aftermath of the Sony/Disney fallout. But not only did we get to see Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man in an extended cut of Spider-Man: Far From Home in theaters for a few days, we’re also getting a wave of Spider-Man clips on the internet in anticipation of the film’s home video release.

And now that the Jon Watts-directed film is on Digital, Sony has released a full 10-minute Spider-Man Far From Home extended clip showing that fateful first meeting between Spider-Man and Mysterio. Call me by your made-up name indeed.  Read More »

Wrinkles the Clown Review

Plastered around telephone poles, buildings, and ice cream trucks in South Florida, you’ll find stickers of a clown with hollowed-out eyes, thick red lips, and a phone number under his withered face. This is Wrinkles. Legend has it that the masked clown is out to provide a service terrorizing disobedient children. Over the past few years, Wrinkles has become folklore personified. Thanks to the hyperactive age of social media, the diabolic clown is pure nightmare fuel for naughty children but a breath of fresh air for parents in need of alternative disciplinary methods. Directed by Michael Beach Nichols, Wrinkles the Clown (watch the trailer here) introduces audiences to the man behind the mask and explores society’s dark fascination with his disturbing omnipresence.  Read More »

Fantastic Fest Day Three Recap

(Welcome to The Fantastic Fest Diaries, where we will be chronicling every single movie we see at the United States’ largest genre film festival.)

Welcome to Fantastic Fest 2019, day two. In this entry, The Long Walk is a fascinating story that goes on for too long, The Lodge will make you miserable in the best ways possible, The Pool defies logic and taste in ways that are difficult to sum up, and The Mortuary Collection is a fun but hit-and-miss horror anthology.

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terminator resistance video game trailer

No need to wait for John Connor, you can take the right to Skynet yourself in Reef Entertainment’s upcoming Terminator: Resistance video game. The single first-person shooter based on the film franchise created by James Cameron, Terminator: Resistance lets you play as a brand new character who has been marked for termination. Watch the Terminator Resistance video game trailer below.

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die kinder der toten review

One of the highlights of Fantastic Fest is coming across movies you would otherwise never see anywhere else. Movies that make you question your very sanity, as well as your choices. “What have I gotten myself into?” you ask during movies like this. And: “Just what the hell is this?” The MVP of this type of Fantastic Fest movie might very well be Die Kinder Der Toten, which is technically a zombie movie, but unlike any other zombie movie ever made. Imagine a Monty Python sketch as filmed by Abraham Zapruder and you might have some concept of what the hell this is.

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nobody cast

Better call Bob Odenkirk if you need saving. Because the Emmy-winning actor is making the switch to action. Bob Odenkirk is set to star in the Universal action thriller Nobody. Odenkirk will lead the Nobody cast, which will be helmed by Hardcore Henry director Ilya Naishuller.

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the mortuary collection review

Loaded with gore sloshed upon gore, blessed with creeptacular practical special effects, and boasting lush, stylish, chill-inducing cinematography, The Mortuary Collection is a feast for the eyes. This horror anthology from writer-director Ryan Spindell started off as one short film – “The Babysitter Murders” – before being expanded upon, and given a neat little wraparound story to tie things together. The end result is a film tailor-made to elicit hoots and groans from midnight movie audiences – a big, bloody, and loud movie that just wants you to have fun. So why then does it seem so tedious at times?

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The Mandalorian

In this edition of Star Wars Bits:

  • The cast of The Mandalorian reveals their favorite Star Wars films
  • Sideshow Collectibles‘ Sith Trooper two-pack is now on sale
  • Watch the trailer for a documentary that aims to find the person who plays the Stormtrooper who famously bumps his head in the original film
  • Check out some Star Wars: Resistance season 2 concept art
  • And more!

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in the shadow of the moon review

Hey, have you ever wanted to watch a movie that features nearly every single genre at once? If so, I’ve got just the film for you! It’s called In the Shadow of the Moon, and it’s a frenetic mash-up of sci-fi, mystery, horror, and action. The only things it’s missing are a musical number or two and a rom-com subplot. This ambitious, sometimes ridiculous experience takes big risks – some of which pay off, some of which don’t. It’s a cop thriller, a time-bending saga, a gore-soaked splatterfest. It rides on a wave of goofiness mixed with earnestness, and it’s hard not to appreciate something like that.

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