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Conor McGregor Announces Involvement In New Call Of Duty

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is taking the series to space, and it’s taking the notorious one with it. Announced via a post on his Facebook page, Irish UFC superstar Conor McGregor will feature in this year’s Call of Duty. While his role is unspecified, the post contains an image of him in a motion-capture […]

Gene Wilder, Comedy Legend, Passes Away At 83

Legendary star of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Gene Wilder has passed away. The actor died on Monday, his family states, due to complications with Alzheimer’s disease. Aside from his turn as Willy Wonka, Wilder was a stalwart of comedic cinema having established himself on the screen and off, most notably working with Mel […]

Deathstroke Is The Villain For Ben Affleck’s Batman Movie

Ben Affleck decided to screw with the internet this afternoon by releasing footage of a live action Deathstroke clearly being filmed for some part of the DCCU. The clip, viewable below, shows DC villain Deathstroke plain as day standing onscreen, being Deathstroke. https://t.co/0NsNzCtGip — Ben Affleck (@BenAffleck) August 29, 2016 The big question, though, is […]

The Purge: Election Year Review – Make America Purge Again

Mike Judge‘s 2006 comedy Idiocracy is one of the most oft-referenced movies of recent times. Common underneath news headlines across the political spectrum are comments lamenting that we’ve succumb to the idiocracy of that film’s far flung future, in which a common man finds himself in the year 2505, where the human race has become […]

First Rings Trailer Shows Samara’s Rebirth

The new The Ring sequel, Rings, has its first trailer. Despite it being over a decade since The Ring 2, very little has been changed to the tone and core concept of the movie series. A young couple are haunted by Samara, the girl who kills anyone who watches her tape. However, with Rings, the […]

New Mutants Team And Writers Announced

X-Men spinoff New Mutants is shaping up for production, with the announcement of the writing team and the roster of characters. Joining director Josh Boone are Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, his collaborators on The Fault In Our Stars, THR reports. Neustradter and Weber‘s pedigree is in romances like (500) Days of Summer and […]

P.T.-Inspired Allison Road Re-Enters Development

The spiritual successor to P.T., Allison Road, has once again entered development. After being cancelled in June, the first-person horror game is back on track for an eventual release. The game’s creator, Christian Kesler, made the reveal through a statement to IGN, stating: “I’m actually really happy to be able to announce that [Allison Road] […]

John Williams To Begin Work On Star Wars: Episode VIII In A Few Weeks

Legendary composer John Williams confirmed some time ago that he would be lending his orchestral skills to the next Star Wars episode, the as-yet-untitled Episode VIII. At a recent concert of his, as noted by a reviewer for Mass Live, the movie veteran stated he would be starting work on his score for the movie […]

Suicide Squad Review – The Best Of The Worst

If the heroes can’t do it, maybe the villains can. This has become DC’s byline as they’re forced to rely on Suicide Squad, an ensemble anti-hero action flick, to warm audiences to their cinematic universe after the tepid response to Batman V Superman earlier this year. Bringing together a roster of villains from across DC’s […]

Batman: The Killing Joke Review – Time To Kill This Joke

Love it or loathe it, it can’t be argued that The Killing Joke isn’t a classic Batman story. The 1988 one-shot from Alan Moore and Brian Bolland was part of a wave of stories that re-invigorated comics and brought them into a new era. The Killing Joke, in particular, is famous for its dark portrayal […]