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  • Designing Will Ferrell's Elf Costume Came With Its Own Set Of Challenges
    There are many charming things about Jon Favreau's "Elf." The Christmas movie about a man who is unintentionally raised by North Pole elves and eventually returns to New York to find his biological father has become required holiday viewing, joining the ranks of seasonal classics like "It's a Wonderful Life" and... Read more »
  • The 10 Coolest Moments From The Guardians Of The Galaxy Holiday Special
    Warning: The article below contains spoilers for Marvel Studios' "The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special." For over a decade, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has painstakingly interwoven interconnected superhero storylines. But after 30 films, nine television shows, and countless mid-credit scenes, it's a welcomed relief that James Gunn's "The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday... Read more »
  • VideoAntonio Banderas Nominates Tom Holland As The Heir To The Mask Of Zorro, Internet Strongly Disagrees
    Reboots are the bread and butter of Hollywood, which means that we millennials (and even the elder zoomers), are becoming accustomed to seeing our childhood favorites being given the reboot treatment. The IP up for debate today is Zorro and this time we have Antonio Banderas to blame. While discussing... Read more »
  • Why Julie Adams Was Afraid To Turn Down Creature From The Black Lagoon
    A young woman clad in a white bathing suit swims blissfully in a lagoon. She glides through the water, and, for a moment, she is suspended in time. It's just her and the water ... until it's not. Something is watching her. A creature, a mixture of fish and man,... Read more »
  • The Daily Stream: Cheap Thrills Is A Violent Release For A Generation Screwed By Capitalism
    (Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they've been watching, why it's worth checking out, and where you can stream it.) The Movie: "Cheap Thrills" Where You Can Stream It: Peacock, Hulu, Tubi, PlutoTV The Pitch: What lengths would you go to... Read more »
  • Every Noah Baumbach Movie Ranked Worst To Best
    "I've begun reminiscing events before they even occur," laments Chris Eigeman's Max in Noah Baumbach's "Kicking and Screaming." The character continues, "I'm reminiscing this right now." If ever a line could sum up the career of the writer-director, perhaps it's this one. Baumbach's characters, always shooting from the hip, are... Read more »
  • The Set Of Elf Would've Been Right At Home In A Horror Film
    In the 2003 comedy "Elf," Will Ferrell plays Buddy, a regular human who was raised at the North Pole as a Christmas elf and works in Santa's Workshop. When he finds out he's really a human from New York City, Buddy travels to The Big Apple to find his father, Walter... Read more »



    Little White Lies

  • VideoThe Swimmers
    The astonishing saga of Syrian refugee-turned-Olympic swimmer Yusra Mardini is effectively presented by writer/director Sally El Hosaini. The post The Swimmers appeared first on Little White Lies.... Read more »
  • VideoGlass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
    Benoit Blanc enters the canon of iconic movie characters with Rian Johnson’s second foray into whodunit (nu-dunit?) territory. The post Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery appeared first on Little White Lies.... Read more »
  • VideoShe Said
    Maria Schrader tackles the New York Times investigation that brought down Harvey Weinstein in this well-pitched drama. The post She Said appeared first on Little White Lies.... Read more »
  • VideoLady Chatterley’s Lover
    A lonely newlywed embarks on a clandestine affair with her gamekeeper in Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre’s adaptation of the classic DH Lawrence novel. The post Lady Chatterley’s Lover appeared first on Little White Lies.... Read more »
  • Strong women, dysfunctional families and a sentient car at the 2022 London Korean Film Festival
    A well-curated selection of genres and themes made for a diverse and fascinating programme at this year's festival. The post Strong women, dysfunctional families and a sentient car at the 2022 London Korean Film Festival appeared first on Little White Lies.... Read more »
  • VideoAdam Driver and Greta Gerwig face the apocalypse in the White Noise trailer
    The world lurches toward a postmodern end in Noah Baumbach's adaptation of Don DeLillo's essential novel. The post Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig face the apocalypse in the White Noise trailer appeared first on Little White Lies.... Read more »
  • Luca Guadagnino: ‘I hate drama’
    The Italian director behind A Bigger Splash, Call Me By Your Name and Suspiria talks flies, flesh and Timothée Chalamet in his horror-romance Bones and All. The post Luca Guadagnino: ‘I hate drama’ appeared first on Little White Lies.... Read more »







    Film Daily

  • (123Movies) Where to Watch One Piece Film: Red’ (Free) Online Streaming At~Home
    'One Piece Film: Red' 2022 is Finally here. Find out where to watch One Piece Film: Red online for free. The post (123Movies) Where to Watch One Piece Film: Red’ (Free) Online Streaming At~Home appeared first on Film Daily.... Read more »
  • [123Movies] Watch ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ (Free) Online Streaming At~Home
    'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' 2022 is Finally here. Find out where to watch Black Panther: Wakanda Forever online for free. The post [123Movies] Watch ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ (Free) Online Streaming At~Home appeared first on Film Daily.... Read more »
  • (123Movies) Where To Watch ‘Black Adam’ (Free) Online Streaming At~Home
    'Black Adam'2022 is Finally here. Find out where to watch Black Adam online for free. The post (123Movies) Where To Watch ‘Black Adam’ (Free) Online Streaming At~Home appeared first on Film Daily.... Read more »
  • Why have a dog kennel?
    With a little bit of planning and some elbow grease, you can build a dog kennel that both you and your dog will love. The post Why have a dog kennel? appeared first on Film Daily.... Read more »
  • backyard chicken coop
    A backyard chicken coop is a great way to get fresh eggs while also providing your chickens with a safe place to live. The post backyard chicken coop appeared first on Film Daily.... Read more »
  • Don’t leave your family without any financial backup.
    If you want your loved ones to never face financial problems because of an unfortunate event. Then here are the types of insurances you can buy. The post Don’t leave your family without any financial backup. appeared first on Film Daily.... Read more »
  • How Shein’s Marketing Strategy Conquered the Fashion World
    One business that has really taken advantage of social media marketing is Shein. The post How Shein’s Marketing Strategy Conquered the Fashion World appeared first on Film Daily.... Read more »



    Den of Geek

  • The Return of Willow and the Answer to the Film’s Biggest Question
    Years before his triumphant and game-changing Star Wars trilogy, George Lucas had an idea for a sprawling fantasy story about an aspiring sorcerer and a prophesied hero. But it wouldn’t be until over a decade later that he began to bring that story to life. Starring Return of the Jedi‘s... Read more »
  • Best New Science Fiction Books in November 2022
    It’s a good month for science fiction, with two anthologies featuring star authors and a wealth of options. Whether you’re looking for new horizons, space opera adventure or far future technology, you can find some among our picks for best science fiction books in November 2022. The Best American Science... Read more »
  • The Best N64 Boss Fights Ever
    The Nintendo 64 was an unusual console. While popular at the time of its release, and home to some all-time classics like Super Mario 64 and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, the hardware also received plenty of criticism for sticking to cartridges, which badly limited what developers could... Read more »
  • How House of the Dragon Can Redeem Alicent Hightower in Season 2
    This article contains spoilers for House of the Dragon season 1. The first season of the Game of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon had to cover a lot of ground. From introducing several dozen new characters—entirely too many of which either shared the same name or looked confusingly... Read more »
  • Doctor Who’s Best Episodes: The 1970s Era
    In terms of baseline quality, the Seventies is probably the most consistent Doctor Who has been until the 21st Century. There’s a classic story in nearly every season, and fondly-thought-of stories throughout. The long-list for this one was very long, the certainty of not including someone’s favourite even more certain than... Read more »
  • My Hero Academia’s Greatest Friendship Grows Deeper in “Katsuki Bakugo: Rising”
    This My Hero Academia review contains spoilers. My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 9 “It’s not only evil people who want power.” My Hero Academia is an anime that’s rich in history and worldbuilding and several episodes are devoted to explaining how certain iconic characters came to be the individuals... Read more »
  • Best New Fantasy Books in November 2022
    This month in fantasy, we have avatars of living cities, the epic of the moon goddess Chang’e, and a gold rush beset by demons. Dive into other worlds with our picks for the best new fantasy books in November 2022. The World We Make by N.K.Jemisin Type: NovelPublisher: OrbitRelease date:... Read more »



    Movie Trailers at TrailerAddict

  • White Noise: Theatrical Trailer
    Watch the theatrical trailer for the film White Noise. Filed Under: White Noise Tags: Netflix, Comedy, Horror, Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, Don Cheadle... Read more »
  • The Devil Conspiracy: Trailer
    Watch the trailer for the film The Devil Conspiracy. Filed Under: The Devil Conspiracy Tags: Samuel Goldwyn Films, Horror, Thriller, Peter Mensah... Read more »
  • Avatar: The Way of Water: Final Trailer
    Watch the final trailer for the film Avatar: The Way of Water. Filed Under: Avatar: The Way of Water Tags: 20th Century Fox, Franchise/Epic/Trilogy, Action, Adventure, Sci Fi, Sam Worthington... Read more »
  • The Old Way: Trailer
    Watch the trailer for the film The Old Way. Filed Under: The Old Way Tags: Lionsgate, Western, Action, Nicolas Cage, Ryan Kiera Armstrong... Read more »
  • Elemental: Teaser Trailer
    Watch the teaser trailer for the film Elemental. Filed Under: Elemental Tags: Pixar Animation, Walt Disney Pictures, Family, Adventure, Comedy, CG Animation, Animation, Teaser... Read more »
  • Inside: Trailer
    Watch the trailer for the film Inside. Filed Under: Inside Tags: Focus Features, Drama, Willem Dafoe... Read more »
  • 80 for Brady: Trailer
    Watch the trailer for the film 80 for Brady. Filed Under: 80 for Brady Tags: Paramount Pictures, Comedy, Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno, Sally Field... Read more »







    Signal Horizon

  • Skinamarink Explained- Child Abuse, Death, And The Monsters Of Our Youth
    Skinamarink, which premiered at Fantasia Festival earlier this year, feels like a home movie you shouldn’t be watching. In many ways, the grainy nature and surreal nontraditional plotting reminded me a bit of another cursed film, Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made. Writer and Director Kyle Edward Ball’s film isn’t... Read more »
  • The Expecting Ending Explained- Did Emma Give Birth To A Baby And Those Strange Tattoos
    Short-lived Quibi’s survivors have been slowly making their way to other platforms. The streaming platform that strived to deliver bite-sized episodes of stories that could be watched on the way to work, during a break, or while waiting in line at the DMV didn’t fail because of its content. In... Read more »
  • Revenge of the Killer B’s! 4 B Movies to Watch This Thanksgiving
    Readers of Signal Horizon probably remember my last article on the subject of B films this past Halloween. In that article, I focused on and recommended several low-budget movies, the cream of the crap in cinema history. That little listicle managed to be a lot of fun and undoubtedly added... Read more »
  • 1899 Explained- A Digital Dante’s Inferno And The Nine Levels Of Hell
    The hype behind Netflix’s obsession-worthy binger 1899 is real. It is the kind of series you must watch multiple times while taking notes to catch everything. But it is ready-made for this time of the year. With time on our hands and enough Reddit discussions to sink a ship, it... Read more »
  • Dual Movie Ending Explained- Which Sarah Won, Depression, And Why It Doesn’t Matter Which Sarah Lived
    Riley Stearns Dual is a master at creating quirky worlds of odd people and strange, absurd circumstances. The writer and director of The Art Of Self-Defense could be a cosmic cousin to Yorgos Lanthimos, whose The Lobster and The Killing Of A Secret Deer seem ripped from the same dismal... Read more »
  • Shudder Secrets: Blood Relatives Explained
    The vampire remains a perennial monster within the horror genre. No matter how many times you douse it with holy water or thrust a stake in its heart, it just won’t stay dead. This makes sense. The vampire has long been a metaphor for many things, including Otherness, the plague,... Read more »
  • 1899 Ending Explained- All The Best Season 2 Theories
    Unless you have been living under a rock or tied to one(insert nerdy Prometheus reference here), you have heard about and probably watched enough of Dark creators Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese’s sophomore series for Netflix 1899. The genre blender has elements of horror, fantasy, and science fiction in... Read more »



    Winter is Coming

  • House of the Dragon and the corrosive power of happenstance
    The first season of House of the Dragon wrapped on HBO in October, and it was, by pretty much any metric you wanna use, a success. The ratings were strong, the fan response was good, and critics enjoyed it. The show gave off a Game of Thrones vibe without feeling like a carbon copy.... Read more »
  • Dragons we will not see in House of the Dragon
    The first season of House of the Dragon is set over 100 years before Game of Thrones, back when the Targaryen dynasty was at the peak of its power and their dragons filled the skies. We met many in the first season, including Syrax, Caraxes and Vhagar. And we’ll meet more before... Read more »
  • Yes, I liked The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, and here’s why
    I remember when a friend of mine sent me a text with the words, “there’s a Lord of the Rings show being made.” A flurry of emotions overcame me. Growing up, Tolkien’s legendarium was a huge part of my life, especially after relocating to the United States in 2001. It... Read more »
  • Every Marvel movie and show from Phase 4, ranked worst to best
    The past few years have been interesting for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After the grand finale of Avengers: Endgame, the architects behind the MCU were faced with the challenge of continuing to grow their media empire, both at the box office and on the streaming platform Disney+. Marvel Studios has always... Read more »
  • House of the Dragon: Why the Greens will regret crossing Mysaria
    In the ninth episode of House of the Dragon, after King Viserys Targaryen has died, the greens engage in an internal power struggle over how to seat Prince Aegon Targaryen on the Iron Throne. Because Aegon is missing when his father dies, Alicent and Otto Hightower both send out their... Read more »
  • Take the Black: Celebrating The Walking Dead
    This week on Take the Black, we take stock of what The Walking Dead has meant to us, and to TV, now that it’s over. Also, is Star Wars: Andor great or what? This week saw the end of two shows we’ve been paying close attention to: over on Disney+,... Read more »
  • Game of Thrones theory-crafting: Is Varys a Targaryen?
    In the early seasons of Game of Thrones, Varys is one of the more mysterious characters due to his seemingly bottomless pool of knowledge collected from every corner of the world. As the show goes on, his character flattens out a bit and he becomes less interesting. However, Varys’ journey in... Read more »




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