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LITTLE WHITE LIES

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    Little White Lies

  • Holy Spider – first-look review
    Ali Abbasi's harrowing Iranian noir tells the true story of Saeed Hanaei, who murdered 16 female sex workers in 2000-2001. The post Holy Spider – first-look review appeared first on Little White Lies.... Read more »
  • RMN – first-look review
    Cristian Mungiu returns with a superb social realist western with its finger on the erratic pulse of Europe. The post RMN – first-look review appeared first on Little White Lies.... Read more »
  • Return to Seoul – first look review
    Davy Chou’s bittersweet comedy of a Korean adoptee searching for her biological parents is powered by a dazzling lead performance. The post Return to Seoul – first look review appeared first on Little White Lies.... Read more »
  • Triangle of Sadness – first-look review
    A young model couple find themselves on the holiday from hell in the latest provocation from Sweden’s Ruben Östlund. The post Triangle of Sadness – first-look review appeared first on Little White Lies.... Read more »
  • Three Thousand Years of Longing – first-look review
    George Miller returns to our screens with an ambitious tale of desire and magic featuring Tilda Swinton and Idris Elba. The post Three Thousand Years of Longing – first-look review appeared first on Little White Lies.... Read more »
  • The Stranger – first-look review
    Thomas M. Wright's atmospheric but underwhelming thriller focuses on the true story of an elaborate sting operation to catch a killer in Australia. The post The Stranger – first-look review appeared first on Little White Lies.... Read more »
  • Aftersun – first-look review
    Paul Mescal doesn’t quite nail his role as a depressed young father in this emotionally furtive debut drama from Charlotte Wells. The post Aftersun – first-look review appeared first on Little White Lies.... Read more »

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DEN OF GEEK

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    Den of Geek

  • The Simpsons and Hugh Jackman End Season 33 With a Show-Stopping Tune
    This The Simpsons review contains spoilers. The Simpsons Season 33 Episode 22 Even with the ever-delightful Hugh Jackman at his most Broadway melodic as a magical singing janitor, “Poorhouse Rock” is the most punk episode The Simpsons has offered in a long time. It’s like having Johnny Rotten narratively croon... Read more »
  • Barry Season 3 Episode 5 Review: Crazytimesh*tshow
    This Barry review contains spoilers. Barry Season 3 Episode 5 I’ve gone on the record praising Barry’s pacing and episode lengths. The show consistently moves at a clip, pushing the story forward with kinetic energy. That said, “crazytimesh*tshow” may be the first episode of the series to feel too overstuffed.... Read more »
  • If Audiences Bail on The Time Traveler’s Wife Now, It’s Understandable
    Warning: contains The Time Traveler’s Wife spoilers. The Time Traveler’s Wife Episode 2 Review The Time Traveler’s Wife episode two explains a key part of how Henry’s powers work as well as the story’s philosophy towards couples getting together. While the episode explains why Henry and Clare will get together,... Read more »
  • Will Game of Thrones Be Forgiven For Season 8 Before House of the Dragon?
    Warning: contains spoilers for the Game of Thrones season eight. We all know the story by now. There are a handful of shows that were once extremely popular, but took a sharp turn for the worse towards the end. True Blood, Lost, How I Met Your Mother, Dexter … all... Read more »
  • The Blacklist Season 9 Episode 21 Review: Marvin Gerard Conclusion Pt. 1
    This The Blacklist review contains spoilers. The Blacklist Season 9 Episode 21 Raymond Reddington is eating chilled Camembert and betrayal in The Blacklist season 9 episode 21, but what has he got to lose? A friend and bag man who sits in a car and cries while he watches his... Read more »
  • Has Forrest Gump Aged Well?
    “Run, Forrest, run!;” “that day, for no particular reason, I decided to go for a little run;” “my mama always said life was like a box of chocolates.” The folksy Southern truisms uttered throughout Forrest Gump by a guileless Tom Hanks and an incredible supporting cast are more than mere... Read more »
  • Marvel Studios and the Curse of High Expectations
    Marvel Studios is doomed. That’s right: according to some cynical industry chatter—heard on recent podcasts and seen in this self-satisfied piece, in which the writer actually consults his “cousin Vinny from the Bronx” for his insights into the Disney-owned studio—Marvel Studios is teetering on the edge of disaster. Kevin Feige... Read more »

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    Movie Trailers at TrailerAddict

  • The Forgiven: Trailer
    Watch the trailer for the film The Forgiven. Filed Under: The Forgiven Tags: Roadside Attractions, Drama, Ralph Fiennes, Jessica Chastain, Matt Smith... Read more »
  • Bros: Red Band Trailer
    Watch the red band trailer for the film Bros. Filed Under: Bros Tags: Universal Pictures, Comedy, Gay & Lesbian, Red Band, Billy Eichner... Read more »
  • Jerry and Marge Go Large: Trailer
    Watch the trailer for the film Jerry and Marge Go Large. Filed Under: Jerry and Marge Go Large Tags: Paramount Pictures, Comedy, Drama, Biopic, Bryan Cranston, Annette Bening, Larry Wilmore, Rainn Wilson, Anna Camp... Read more »
  • White Elephant: Trailer
    Watch the trailer for the film White Elephant. Filed Under: White Elephant Tags: RLJ Entertainment, Action, Thriller, Michael Rooker, Olga Kurylenko, John Malkovich, Bruce Willis... Read more »
  • Spiderhead: Trailer
    Watch the trailer for the film Spiderhead. Filed Under: Spiderhead Tags: Netflix, Book, Suspense, Psychological, Crime, Chris Hemsworth, Miles Teller, Jurnee Smollett, Tess Haubrich... Read more »
  • Downton Abbey: A New Era: TV Spot - France Mystery
    Watch the TV spot titled "France Mystery" for the film Downton Abbey: A New Era. Filed Under: Downton Abbey: A New Era Tags: Focus Features, Television, Drama, Historical, Maggie Smith, Hugh Bonneville, Michelle Dockery, Elizabeth McGovern, Jim Carter... Read more »
  • Prey: Teaser Trailer
    Watch the teaser trailer for the film Prey. Filed Under: Prey Tags: 20th Century Fox, Teaser, Franchise/Epic/Trilogy, Action, Sci Fi... Read more »

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    Bloody Disgusting!

  • Vampire Survival Game ‘V Rising’ Sinks Its Teeth Into 500,000 in Sales in Three Days
    Evil Dead: The Game has certainly met players’ expectations with its sales so far (and ours, too!). But not to be outdone, the recently-released V Rising has also made quite the impression, as it too has racked up the sales in just a short amount of time. Stunlock Studios’ vampire... Read more »
  • Video[Rumor] ‘The Last of Us’ Remake Coming Later This Year
    Taking a break from the Silent Hill rumours for a bit, it’s time to revisit the rumoured remake of The Last of Us. According to GamesBeat reporter Jeff Grubb (who also dropped the Silent Hill 2 remake rumour), we could apparently see The Last of Us remake this holiday season.... Read more »
  • Fiona Dourif Will Be Back in “Chucky” Season 2 This Fall
    The second season of Don Mancini‘s “Chucky” series is headed to USA and SYFY this coming Fall, and with filming underway, more casting news has been revealed this week. Don Mancini has taken to Twitter to confirm that Fiona Dourif will be back as Nica in “Chucky” Season 2, who needless to say... Read more »
  • Fathom Events Bringing Carpenter’s ‘The Thing’ Back to Theaters for 40th Anniversary in June!
    This year marks the 40th anniversary of John Carpenter‘s horror classic The Thing, and Bloody Disgusting is planning a celebration of our own with several anniversary articles in the works. Of course, we’re not the only ones celebrating, and we’ve just learned directly from Carpenter himself that the 1982 creature... Read more »
  • Dracula Movie ‘The Last Voyage of the Demeter’ Moves to Summer 2023
    Originally set for January 2023, we’ve learned tonight that Universal’s The Last Voyage of the Demeter will be releasing in theaters much later, now set for August 11, 2023. Writer Bragi Schut’s script The Last Voyage of the Demeter has been floating around for many years now, with several different directors attached at various... Read more »
  • ‘Multiverse of Madness’ Toys from Funko Include Sam Raimi’s Undead Doctor Strange
    The final act of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, in particular, is pure Sam Raimi, with Doctor Strange possessing the body of an undead version of himself to take down the Scarlet Witch. “Dead Strange” looks like he was ripped right out of Raimi’s Evil Dead universe, his... Read more »
  • ‘Zombies 3’ Shambles Onto Disney+ This Summer
    The Disney Channel launched their musical-comedy Zombies film franchise back in 2018, with the first sequel arriving in 2020. This year, Zombies 3 shambles onto Disney+. Matt Cornett (High School Musical: The Musical: The Series), Kyra Tantao (Law and Order: Special Victims Unit) and Terry Hu will star in Zombies 3, streaming July 15, 2022. Check out the official poster below. “Cornett... Read more »

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HORROR GEEK LIFE

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    HorrorGeekLife

  • Video‘Star Wars: Episode II- Attack of the Clones’: Redemption (PT. 2/3)
    In Part One, we discussed the story elements of Star Wars: Episode II- Attack of the Clones is a Greek tragedy in space. In Part Two, we discussed the historical and modern relevance of the politics of the Republic. In Part Three, we’re talking about two of the most overrated... Read more »
  • VideoHow ‘Star Wars: Episode II- Attack of the Clones’ Is a Political Thriller (PT. 2/3)
    In Part One, we discussed the story elements of Star Wars: Episode II- Attack of the Clones that make it less a “reverse hero’s journey,” as it’s been called, and more so a Greek Tragedy. In Part Two, we’re talking about why the politics matter and why, after 20 years,... Read more »
  • Exclusive: Conductor Steven Reineke Talks ‘The Best of John Williams’
    Recently, we had the chance to chat with renowned pop conductor Steven Reineke about his career in music, conducting, and all things John Williams while in Toronto conducting the Toronto Symphony Orchestra in the concert The Best of John Williams. It was an incredible two hours strolling through some of... Read more »
  • Book Review: ‘Celest’ Weaves Sci-Fi and Romance Into an Unpredictable Tale
    As most of us can attest, the teenage years are tumultuous at best, as we flail around struggling to find out who we are as a person, what we want to do, and where we fit in. In Celest, we meet the title character going through all of that in... Read more »
  • VideoWhy ‘Star Wars: Episode II- Attack of the Clones’ Is a Modern Tragedy (Pt. 1/3)
    It’s been 20 years since the theatrical release of Star Wars: Episode II- Attack of the Clones. The much-anticipated sequel to The Phantom Menace continues the story of Anakin Skywalker as he trains to fulfill his destiny and bring balance to the force. So anticipated was the release that companies... Read more »
  • Batman Unburied: The New King of Podcasts Earns its Spot
    The power of the Caped Crusader cannot be underestimated, as the Spotify Podcast original Batman Unburied has recently assumed the top spot for all Spotify Podcasts. The audio drama, which currently only has four episodes available, will be releasing weekly episodes till the end of June of this year. The... Read more »
  • Video‘The Avengers’ is Still a (Hulk) Smash Hit
    “There was an idea … called the Avengers Initiative. The idea was to bring together a group of remarkable people to see if they could become something more. To see if they could work together when we needed them to, to fight the battles that we never could” Imagining a... Read more »

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