Comic-Con 2018: Best Marvel Cosplay From SDCC: It's often hard to believe how big Marvel has become in recent years. This comes thanks in part to Marvel Studios films, which has made its world of comic book superheroes a pop-culture phenomenon by fostering a massive audience. With so many Marvel fans out there, you can be sure that many of them are gathered at San Diego Comic-Con 2018 dressed as their favorite characters. Within the first couple days of SDCC 2018, we've already seen a ton of amazing Marvel cosplay. Attendees from all walks of life come to the public event dressed as some of the company's most iconic characters. There was a wide variety of cosplay this year with people coming dressed as versions of characters from both the films and comics. You'll find cosplay of Marvel's most popular heroes, like Wolverine and Deadpool, as well as the more obscure characters, like Kaecillius. There's a lot to see, so be sure to check out all of the photos ahead and tells us which you like the best. You can also check out all the best cosplay from day one and day two of SDCC 2018. While Marvel was expected to not have a big presence at SDCC 2018, the show has technically yielded some news. One of the biggest Marvel stories is Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn being fired by Disney after a series of controversial tweets from his past were resurfaced. In a statement concerning the termination, Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn said, "The offensive attitudes and statements discovered on James' Twitter feed are indefensible and inconsistent with our studio's values, and we have severed our business relationship with him." Gunn was expected to appear at a Sony panel this year, but he ultimate was not present. In other Marvel-related news, Stan Lee recently made an unexpected cameo in a non-Marvel property; it should come as a surprise for long-time fans. And on the SDCC 2018 show floor, we spotted a massive statue of Thanos made entirely of Lego blocks. SDCC 2018 has yielded a plethora of exciting announcements around the latest seasons of big TV shows, like The Walking Dead, Star Trek Discovery, and Better Call Saul, as well as debut trailers for new shows, like DC's Titans and the TV adaptation of George RR Martin's sci-fi story, Nightflyers. For more on our SDCC 2018 coverage, check the links below, and keep coming back to GameSpot throughout the next few days for even more.San Diego Comic-Con 2018 Coverage * Comic-Con 2018 Schedule: Guide To The Must-See TV And Movie Panels * Comic-Con 2018 Saturday Schedule * Best Cosplay From Comic-Con 2018 Day 1 * DC Universe Titans Trailer: F*** Batman * Everything We Learned About DC Universe * All The Exclusive Funko Pop Figures You Can Buy At SDCC * Doctor Who's New Sonic Screwdriver Revealed Alongside New Trailer * Star Wars The Clone Wars Animated Series Is Back In New Trailer * Cool-Looking Spider-Man PS4 Pro Bundle Announced * Dragon Ball Super: Broly Movie Trailer Reveals Some Big Fights * DC Collectibles Reveals Toys From Batman, Justice League, And More * This Huge Lego Thanos Demands You Bow Before Him * Netflix's Iron Fist 2 Gets Release Date, Teases Daughters Of The Dragon * DC Holds Weird, Cult-Like Event To Promote Heroes In Crisis * James Gunn Fired From Guardians Of The Galaxy 3 * What's Up With The "F*** Batman" Line In The New Titans Trailer? * Andrew Lincoln Confirms The Walking Dead Season 9 Will Be His Last * Netflix's Disenchantment: Everything We Learned About Matt Groening's New Show * Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Footage Debuts At Comic-Con 2018 * Venom Debuts New Footage, Teases Spider-Man Crossover At Comic-Con 2018 Deadpool Magneto Gwenpool Cosplay by @opalescentteacup Wasp Cosplay by @rendingroz Daredevil Cosplay by @atom_murray Thor Cosplay by @captcash Valkyrie Cosplay @miss_laneous Marvel Group Grandmaster Black Panther Cosplay by @alexisvictorious Captain Marvel Cosplay by @cassidy_kahler Jean Grey & Wolverine Cosplay by @meshellwaffleo & @jt_otero X-Force Quicksilver & Magneto Doctor Doom Cosplay by @cabinsintheair Mystique Iron Man Vulture Cosplay by @bamsbocce Negasonic Teenage Warhead Iron Spider Wolverine Spider-Man Weapon X Juggernaut Cosplay by Roan Gamora Loki Cosplay by @Peachycake Doctor Strange Black Panther Group Cosplay by @rex_armstrong_props & @usualrangers5 http://dlvr.it/QcGQXw]]>
Comic-Con 2018: Best Cosplay From SDCC Day 2 -- Skyrim, X-Men, Captain Marvel, More: San Diego Comic-Con 2018 rolls on, with Day 2 bringing even more news about everything from The Walking Dead and Star Trek: Discovery to Venom and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. And, as with the first day, there remains a ton of great cosplay, as fans of various movies, shows, and games wander the San Diego Convention Center. With Comic-Con representing such a wide array of franchises and types of media, there's a huge amount of diversity in the cosplay to see. On Thursday, we spotted a variety of characters from Game of Thrones, Star Wars, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, among others. Those were again represented on Friday, but we also spotted some others, including Skyrim's Dragonborn, Captain Marvel, It's Pennywise, and Black Panther. SDCC's second day brought with it word that The Walking Dead star Andrew Lincoln will officially leave the program after Season 9. We also got new trailers for both that and Season 4 of Fear the Walking Dead, while Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 got a trailer and new details. But it wasn't at SDCC itself that the biggest entertainment news of the day was revealed. James Gunn, director and writer of the Guardians of the Galaxy movies, was fired by Disney and will not be involved with the upcoming third film. The move was made in response to old tweets of Gunn's that surfaced online in which he discussed various controversial subjects. Gunn doesn't deny having written them, but did attempt to explain and apologize for them. Nevertheless, Disney and Marvel are done with Gunn. As a result of the news coming out, we didn't see the director make an appearance during the Sony Pictures panel as expected. He was believed to be there to reveal a new movie project, possibly a horror film we heard about last year. We'll continue to report all of the biggest news from Comic-Con, so stay tuned to GameSpot. You can also expect plenty more cosplay from the event as it continues. San Diego Comic-Con 2018 Coverage * Comic-Con 2018 Schedule: Guide To The Must-See TV And Movie Panels * Comic-Con 2018 Saturday Schedule * Best Cosplay From Comic-Con 2018 Day 1 * DC Universe Titans Trailer: F*** Batman * Everything We Learned About DC Universe * All The Exclusive Funko Pop Figures You Can Buy At SDCC * Doctor Who's New Sonic Screwdriver Revealed Alongside New Trailer * Star Wars The Clone Wars Animated Series Is Back In New Trailer * Cool-Looking Spider-Man PS4 Pro Bundle Announced * Dragon Ball Super: Broly Movie Trailer Reveals Some Big Fights * DC Collectibles Reveals Toys From Batman, Justice League, And More * This Huge Lego Thanos Demands You Bow Before Him * Netflix's Iron Fist 2 Gets Release Date, Teases Daughters Of The Dragon * DC Holds Weird, Cult-Like Event To Promote Heroes In Crisis * James Gunn Fired From Guardians Of The Galaxy 3 * What's Up With The "F*** Batman" Line In The New Titans Trailer? * Andrew Lincoln Confirms The Walking Dead Season 9 Will Be His Last * Netflix's Disenchantment: Everything We Learned About Matt Groening's New Show * Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Footage Debuts At Comic-Con 2018 * Venom Debuts New Footage, Teases Spider-Man Crossover At Comic-Con 2018 Captain Marvel Cosplay by @cassidy_kahler Last Dragonborn Casey Jones Jean Grey & Wolverine Cosplay by @meshellwaffleo & @jt_otero Daphne Black Panther Cosplay by @alexisvictorious Pennywise Marvel Group McCree Cosplay by @game_over_gurl Iden Versio Cosplay by @rei.kennex.cosplay Quicksilver & Magneto Marvel Group Turbo Man Tracer Cosplay by @d.va.peaches Fallout Mugman & Cuphead Black Panther Group Cosplay by @rex_armstrong_props & @usualrangers5 Peridot No-Face Soldier-76 & Mercy Vulture Cosplay by @bamsbocce Mystique Marvel Group Magneto Doctor Doom Cosplay by @cabinsintheair Captain America Cosplay by @acraftyhobbit Spider-Man White Walker Cosplay by @whitewalkercosplay DC Group Catwoman DC Group Batman & Joker Miguel Robin & Batman Sasha Banks & Finn Balor Beetlejuice Fairy Godmother Juggernaut Cosplay by Roan Rita Repulsa & Green Ranger McThor http://dlvr.it/QcGFd0]]>
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The Best Cosplay From Comic-Con 2018 Day 1: It's mid-July, and that means it's time for San Diego Comic-Con. The specifics of what's on display may be different for 2018, but as always, the show remains the year's big event for revealing news related to movies, TV shows, comics, and more. And, being an event that's open to the public, it's home to a ton of cosplay. SDCC 2018 has only just begun, but we've already seen a tremendous amount of excellent cosplay. Attendees came out dressed as their favorite characters from a wide variety of games, comics, and movies, and we've gathered together a selection of the best from Day 1 for you to peruse above. You'll find Marvel's big-name heroes, like Iron Man and Gamora, as well as slightly more eccentric characters from the company's roster, like Thor Ragnarok's Grandmaster. Game of Thrones was represented by the likes of the Night King, while on the video game side, we got Team Fortress 2's Pyro and company. There's quite a variety, so check out all of our photos and stay tuned for more. Thursday featured more than just cosplay, though. There were panels for some big-name series, including a 10th anniversary one for Breaking Bad that brought some exciting news for Better Call Saul fans. We also got a trailer for DC's Titans, while perhaps the most exciting news of the day came from the Star Wars panel, where we learned that more of The Clone Wars is on the way. A total of 12 new episodes will premier through Disney's upcoming streaming service. For much more, hit the links below, and come back to GameSpot for even more coverage of SDCC, which runs through July 22. San Diego Comic-Con 2018 Coverage * Comic-Con 2018 Schedule: Guide To The Must-See TV And Movie Panels * Comic-Con 2018 Friday Schedule * DC Universe Titans Trailer: F*** Batman * Once Again, It's A Nightmare To Get Into SDCC's Main Hall * Here's How Much DC Universe Will Cost * All The Exclusive Funko Pop Figures You Can Buy At SDCC * Sons Of Anarchy Spin-Off Mayans MC Trailer Revealed At SDCC * Check Out The Creepy SDCC Exclusive Poster For The Predator Movie * Doctor Who's New Sonic Screwdriver Revealed Alongside New Trailer * Star Wars The Clone Wars Animated Series Is Back In New Trailer * Cool-Looking Spider-Man PS4 Pro Bundle Announced * Dragon Ball Super: Broly Movie Trailer Reveals Some Big Fights * The Walking Dead Season 9 Teaser Hints At Uneasy Truce * DC Collectibles Reveals Toys From Batman, Justice League, And More * This Huge Lego Thanos Demands You Bow Before Him * Netflix's Iron Fist 2 Gets Release Date, Teases Daughters Of The Dragon At Comic-Con 2018 Barriss Offee Cosplay by @opalescentteacup Iron Man Nightsister Cosplay by @Arwen62 Raphael Night King Cosplay by @annhampshire Maui Grandmaster Darth Maul Cu-Bot Cosplay by @kyasarin.cosplay Mega Man & Dr. Light Stain Cosplay by @Mootyvision Navi Team Fortress 2 Elvis Cosplay by @taracosplay Sally & Jack Skellington Cosplay by @capuchinocosplay Stargate Cosplay by @kristienell & @livelongandcosplay Gamora Loki Cosplay by @Peachycake Noob-Noob Cosplay by @Nz666kshatriya Green Lantern Cosplay by @cristinamilizia Velajuel Cosplay by @birdboy_cosplay ; Outfit by @howl.fx Killer Croc Team Fortress 2 Pyro Link & Sheik Valkyrie Cosplay @miss_laneous Planet of the Apes Ridder & Joker Cosplay by @deniciousd & @the_dancingnerd Veruca Salt & Violet Beauregarde Cosplay by @dawnlikethedishsoap & @Popcornyeti The Shining Harry Potter Group Vanellope Cosplay by @onthegocosplay Link w/ Majora's Mask Doctor Strange Trooper & Ahsoka Tano http://dlvr.it/Qc8NKP]]>
From Hannah Gadsby’s Nanette to Fear The Walking Dead and Succession: The Awesome TV show host Nikhil Taneja looks at what’s currently streaming and recommends what to watch and what to skip. Also, watch out for the viewers recommendations and comments…
From Hannah Gadsby's Nanette to Fear The Walking Dead and Succession: The Awesome TV show host Nikhil Taneja looks at what’s currently streaming and recommends what to watch and what to skip. Al
Do you like mecha-style anime? Do you like action with a mix of comedic interactions? Then Voltron: Legendary Defender might be for you! *TLDR at the bottom
I've been watching this series lately, and it's been pretty cool so far. The show is still ongoing with season 7 due for August on Netflix.
I'll probably go into more depth at a different time, but for now, I'll say that I really recommend checking this out. It's pretty fun, it's animated well, the visuals are fantastic, and it features a fun cast of main characters. It even makes some clever callbacks/references to the original 80s series, which I watched beforehand because it also seemed pretty cool.
Some notable voice actors include: Jeremy Shada as Lance who played Finn the human in Adventure Time.
Steven Yeun as Keith who played as Glen in the Walking Dead.
Last one I'll mention is Josh Keaton as Shiro who played young Hercules in that Disney movie as well as Spider-Man in the Spectacular Spider-Man series
*TLDR: All you need to know is that this series is based on the 80s Voltron: Defenders of the Universe cartoon, and five heroes take control of the five lions to form Voltron and fight against evil. I highly recommend checking it out! It's available on Netflix.]]>
The Best Horror Movies On Netflix Right Now, Ranked: Northern Lights Last Updated: July 13th Sometimes you just want to binge whichever good scary movies Netflix has to watch on a dark, stormy night. From ghosts to vampires, zombies, and Babadooks, just about every morbid fantasy that your demented mind can conjure has representation. We’ve watched the best horror movies on Netflix streaming right now, and here they are, ranked from beastly to blood-curdling. Related: The 10 Scariest Shows On Netflix Right Now, Ranked Screen Australia 1) The Babadook (2014) Run Time: 93 min, IMDb: 6.8/10 Starring Essie Davis (Miss Fisher’s Murder Mystery) and directed by Jennifer Kent, The Babadook is a bracing psychological horror film grounded in the terrors and frustration of parenthood. Davis plays a mother who lost her husband in a car accident on their way to the delivery room. She loves and resents her troubled 6-year-old son, feelings that seem to take supernatural form when a creepy pop-up book, Mister Babadook, mysteriously shows up on his shelf. Kent’s stylish film makes excellent uses of its creepy interiors. but it’s Davis’ committed performance that drives the horror home.Add To Netflix Queue RADiUS-TWC 2) It Follows (2014) Run Time: 100 min, IMDb: 6.8/10 Sometimes the best horror movies have the simplest of concepts: A nearly unkillable thing is on its way to kill you. It worked for The Terminator, Halloween, and so many others, but It Follows takes a novel approach to the concept. The story centers on a girl who catches a sexually transmitted monster (STM) that’s only goal is to slowly follow its current victim until it can brutally execute them. No one who hasn’t been the monster’s prey can see it, it can take any human form it wants, and the only way to escape it is to pass it along to another sexual partner. The eerie cinematography and retro score push this thriller into terrifying territory to the point where you might not trust anyone walking toward you for a few days after watching it.Add To Netflix Queue 20th Century Fox Korea 3) The Wailing (2016) Run Time: 156 min, IMDb: 7.4/10 Is there ever a time where a mysterious stranger shows up in a small town, and everyone is better off from it? Well, The Wailing is no exception to the familiar inciting incident, as it focuses on a village in South Korea that sees the spread of a terrifying illness once a shady character moves into its surrounding forest. As people start dying, a police officer starts investigating and is sucked into a brutal puzzle. While it’s about 30 minutes too long and the tone isn’t always consistent, The Wailing keeps its audience guessing as much as its protagonist. Its unique religious realism turns this dream-like story into a memorable nightmare.Add To Netflix Queue Focus World 4) Raw (2016) Run Time: 99 min, IMDb: 7.0/10 If you have the stomach for it, Raw is one of the better horror films available on Netflix right now. The French-Belgian drama centers on a young girl named Justine, who begins her first year of vet school and uncovers a dark secret about herself and her family. A vegetarian, Justine is soon overcome with a craving for meat after a hazing ritual gone wrong. From there, things get strange and gross and nightmare-inducing.Add To Netflix Queue Warner Bros. Pictures 5) The Conjuring (2014) Run Time: 112 min, IMDb: 7.5/10 The Conjuring marks the first installment in a horror series that sees Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga playing a married pair of paranormal investigators who seek to understand the phenomenon of hauntings. When the duo is called to assist a family living in a ghostly farmhouse in Rhode Island, they encounter more than they can handle when it comes to the undead. Again, these stories were based on true events, so watch at your own risk.Add To Netflix Queue Entertainment Film Distributors/New World Pictures 6) Hellraiser (1987) Run Time: 94 min, IMDb: 7.0/10 Barker’s directorial debut captures the nightmarish qualities of his literary efforts. Based on The Hellbound Heart (a novella so unsettling no film could do it justice), Hellraiser mixes disturbing imagery with sexual undertones, in the process introducing Pinhead and a panoply of sadistic, multidimensional beings who would return for several sequels. Add To Netflix Queue Gravitas Ventures 7) The Nightmare (2015) Run Time: 91 min, IMDb: 5.8/10 One of the scariest movies on this list also happens to be a documentary, albeit one that aims to frighten audiences in the way of a typical narrative horror film. Director Rodney Ascher’s (Room 237) rumination on the terrifying phenomenon known as sleep paralysis plays like a more artful and particularly unnerving episode of Unsolved Mysteries, but what makes it even scarier is that everything described by the film’s subjects happened in their own tortured minds.Add To Netflix Queue Pathé/Lionsgate 8) The Descent (2005) Run Time: 99 min, IMDb: 7.2/10 A group of thrill-seekers goes exploring an underground cave system, while one of its members Sarah (Shauna MacDonald) still struggles to cope with losing her family in a car accident. The group quickly realizes that not only are they in unmapped territory but that they aren’t alone as they become the prey of the cave’s savage inhabitants. With its title not only applying to the obvious journey into the claustrophobic environment but Sarah’s unraveling mental state, The Descent remains bleak and brutal from start to finish.Add To Netflix Queue Netflix 9) Gerald’s Game (2017) Run Time: 103 min, IMDb: 6.7/10 Stephen King’s 1992 novel transpires mostly in one isolated lake house’s bedroom where its protagonist, Jessie, lies bound to a bed after her husband dies in the midst of a sex game. That makes it a tough story to film, which may explain why it took 25 years to get turned into a movie. But the wait was worth it: director Mike Flanagan delivers a resourceful, disturbing adaptation anchored by a great Carla Gugino performance (with some fine supporting work from Bruce Greenwood). Forced to find a way out of her situation, while confronting her own past, Gugino’s Jessie is made to go to extremes, which leads to, among other things, one of the squirmiest scenes in recent memory.Add To Netflix Queue Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 10) The Sixth Sense (1999) Run Time: 107 min, IMDb: 8.1/10 Hijinks-y teen movies and all, 1999 was an impressive year for movies. Magnolia, Fight Club, The Green Mile, Being John Malkovich, The Matrix… The list goes on and on. Among those entries is M. Night Shyamalan’s first big release, and one of his best (behind Unbreakable, of course). This was a simpler time, before seeing his name in trailers garnered skepticism. Centered on a boy who can’t separate the dead from the living and his child psychologist with issues of his own, The Sixth Sense remains one of four horror movies to ever be nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars. It’s endlessly tense, driven by strong performances from the two leads over jump scares. It’s held up well, even if it’s established a tough hurdle for the director’s future efforts to clear.Add To Netflix Queue Trimark Pictures 11) Cube (1997) Run Time: 90 min, IMDb: 7.3/10 The genius of Cube is in its simplicity. A group of strangers awakens to find themselves in a complex system of identical rooms, many of which contain hidden, lethal traps for anyone clueless enough to enter them. With no knowledge of where they are, how they got there, or why they’re there, they have to work together to escape and/or — usually and — die trying. As it all pretty much takes place in a single room, it’s a prime example that the only things needed are a solid idea, a little money, and the stomach to depict people getting their faces melted or their bodies diced by razor-sharp wire. The follow-up installments go a little further out there in ideas and the world outside the Cube, but the original can’t be topped thanks to its unnerving score and tense, claustrophobic nature.Add To Netflix Queue Netflix 12) Veronica (2017) Run Time: 105 min, IMDb: 6.2/10 After losing her father, young Veronica (Sandra Escacena) and two classmates attempt to contact the other side with a Ouija board during a solar eclipse. Something more sinister breaks through, though, as Veronica is haunted by a dark presence everywhere she goes. Even though it has just been released in 2018, it’s already been called one of the scariest movies ever made. While that is certainly open for debate, what Veronica does do is excel phenomenally in the cliche horror bits every viewer has seen a thousand times over, such as mishandled Ouija use, frightening entities that only the protagonist is privy to, and twisted dreams. Based on a true story, the film relies on the strong performance of newcomer Escacena, highlighted by her haunting expressions of terror and anguish.Add To Netflix Queue Drafthouse Films 13) The Invitation (2016) Run Time: 100 min, IMDb: 6.7/10 After back-to-back big studio bombs, Karyn Kusama returned to her scrappy indie roots with this contained, brilliantly suspenseful study of the darkness that can arise when people don’t allow themselves to feel. The Invitation isn’t a perfect film, but Kusama does a lot with the scant resources she had to play with here, and you have to appreciate her willingness to tackle grief so directly in a genre that tends to have little time for genuine human emotion.Add To Netflix Queue Warner Bros. 14) The Lost Boys (1987) Run Time: 97 min, IMDb: 7.3/10 From the hair and the music to its leading stars, The Lost Boys can’t shake the decade that sired it, but that’s essential to its charm and longevity. A pair of teen brothers move to Santa Cruz with their mother and inadvertently get involved with a pack of leather-clad vampires. It’s essentially a brat pack movie with fangs from Joel Schumacher that manages to be fun and funny while keeping the stakes high.Add To Netflix Queue Paramount Pictures/Relativity Media 15) Let Me In (2010) Run Time: 116 min, IMDb: 7.1/10 Matt Reeves (Cloverfield) wrote and directed the American adaptation of Let The Right One In, a haunting story of boy-meets-vampire. Owen (Kodi Smit-McPhee), a 12-year-old dealing with brutal bullying and neglectful parents, finds friendship and connection with Abby (Chloë Grace Moretz), a seemingly young girl who moves into his apartment building. Let Me In follows the same broad strokes as the 2008 Swedish version of the story — with a little more Hollywood money and color themes behind it — but the understated performances from the film’s leads still make this beautiful, gory tale memorable.Add To Netflix Queue Lionsgate Films 16) Cabin Fever (2002) Run Time: 93 min, IMDb: 5.6/10 Any horror movie from director Eli Roth is guaranteed to keep you up at night but Cabin Fever might be one of his more terrifying projects. The 2002 film focuses on a group of college students who take a trip together to a remote area and soon become victims of a gruesome flesh-eating bacteria. What makes this whole story even more terrifying is that it’s partly true. Roth based the film’s plot off of his own experience with a skin infection while traveling in Iceland.Add To Netflix Queue AP 17) Red Dragon (2002) Run Time: 124 min, IMDb: 7.2/10 This 2002 prequel to Silence of the Lambs features everyone’s favorite cannibal – Hannibal Lector (Anthony Hopkins) – and a copycat serial killer played by Ralph Fiennes. The film follows a detective named Will Graham (Edward Norton), who gets roped into solving a string of homicides that are committed by a killer known as The Tooth Fairy, a guy who eats his victims in the hopes of transforming himself. Fiennes is chilling in his portrayal of a psychopath whose childhood trauma causes him to target the innocent, and Norton is the kind of hero you root for in weird, terrifying stories like these.Add To Netflix Queue SF Norge A/S 18) Troll Hunter (2010) Run Time: 90 min, IMDb: 7.0/10 Norwegian director Andre Ovredal’s 2010 horror-fantasy merges scrappy found-footage cinematography with truly astounding visual effects in this story about a group of university students who discover a race of giant, man-eating trolls while making a documentary about a suspected bear poacher. Think Blair Witch meets Jurassic Park, shot through with a liberal dose of sharp satire as the young city-dwellers come up against a rural world that’s far more alien than they ever could have imagined.Add To Netflix Queue The Orchard 19) Creep 2 (2017) Run Time: 80 min, IMDb: 6.4/10 (Spoilers for Creep:) What could have very well been a stand-alone character exploration in 2014’s Creep is heightened in Creep 2, which sees Mark Duplass’ chameleon-like killer seeking a different kind of self-portrait. Burned out on his string of murders, Aaron reaches out to a woman who’s looking for her own kind of story by meeting and filming the lonely people she meets online. Instead of a wolf-in-sheep’s-clothing path the killer normally follows, he tells the woman what he is off-the-bat and what he wants: An ending to his journey. With all his cards (seemingly) on the table — and her hiding some of her own — it’s an even more fascinating tale than the original.Add To Netflix Queue The Orchard 20) Creep (2014) Run Time: 82 min, IMDb: 6.3/10 One of the better found-footage movies to come down the pike in Paranormal Activity‘s wake is this creepy gem about a videographer (director Patrick Brice) who answers a strange Craigslist ad from a man (Mark Duplass) who requests to be followed around with a camera for 24 hours. There are a few points late in the narrative where suspension of disbelief becomes an issue (a not-atypical problem for the genre), but if you can look past that, you’ll be treated to a very scary turn by Duplass and a supremely-unnerving epilogue.Add To Netflix Queue Cannes Film Festival 21) Train To Busan (2016) Run Time: 118 min, IMDb: 7.5/10 Zombie movies have been done to death, brought back to life, and repeated a few more times. But that doesn’t mean there still aren’t entertaining stories to be found in the genre. Train To Busan doesn’t bring anything exceptionally original to the walking undead, but it’s no less of a thrilling ride. An overworked dad is riding the rails with his neglected daughter when a Z-word outbreak strikes, causing savagery from corpse and living alike. Its fast-moving, contorted foes are genuinely freaky in the movie’s cramped setting, making the story feel like a zombified Snowpiercer. It’s a fun action flick with a slightly heavy-handed but solid emotional core that’s unsurprisingly getting an English remake. Add To Netflix Queue A Pokeepsie Films/Nadie es Perfecto/Atresmedia Cine 22) The Bar (2017) Run Time: 102 min, IMDb: 6.4/10 A varied group of people is stuck in a bar after a man is gunned down outside. As the paranoia spreads and they turn on one another, they discover a mysterious sickness could be the culprit. It’s a bottle-type plot that has been done before — locking a bunch of frenzied folks in a cage and let instincts take their course — but this Spanish horror comedy injects its own dark humor and keeps the answers to a minimum, making an entertaining story that unfortunately favors the “dark” over the “comedy” in its final act.Add To Netflix Queue Dimension Films 23) Scream 2 (1997) Run Time: 120 min, IMDb: 6.1/10 This 1997 slasher-flick is a cult classic, so of course it has a place on the list. David Arquette, Courtney Cox, and Neve Campbell reprise their roles with Campbell’s Sidney Prescott now attending a university where the Ghostface Killer strikes again. After several students are murdered, Sidney takes it upon herself to end the killing spree by uncovering the true identity of the murderer, which turns out to be the person she least expected.Add To Netflix Queue Collective Digital 24) V/H/S/2 (2013) Run Time: 96 min, IMDb: 6.1/10 Each found footage horror movie can be hit-or-miss, but when it works it really works. The V/H/S anthology films pack several short films into each feature, drawing on a talent pool that includes everyone from Adam Wingard (You’re Next, The Guest) and Jason Eisener (Hobo With a Shotgun). Each entry provides a short, POV-glimpse into a different genre of horror, with plenty of jump scares and over-the-top gore to go around. The 2012 original was unfortunately removed from Netflix, along with the weakest of the three, V/H/S Viral, but V/H/S/2 is still available.Add To Netflix Queue Netflix 25. Hush (2016) Run Time: 81 min, IMDb: 6.6/10 Mike Flanagan, who directed Oculus and Ouija: Origin of Evil, expertly directs this simple tale of a deaf woman being menaced by a masked (and later unmasked) killer in her remote home. This is nothing you haven’t seen before, but Flanagan brings real panache and visual energy to a film that could have easily felt redundant in the hands of a lesser filmmaker.Add To Netflix Queue Recent Changes Through July 2018: Removed: Starry Eyes, 30 Days Of Night, The Hallow Added: Cube, Let Me In, The Lost Boys, Red Dragon, Cabin Fever, Scream 2, The Conjuring, Raw from UPROXX https://uproxx.com/movies/best-horror-movies-on-netflix-right-now-scary-films-ranked/ via IFTTT http://dlvr.it/Qbbp0G]]>
In my new AXS interview, Emily Kinney (Beth Greene from The Walking Dead) discusses her beautiful new album, 'Oh, Jonathan'. We also discuss her side project, The Sweetheart Deal and upcoming Netflix series, "Messiah". Rock On!
#TV#Television#CableTV#Streaming#Video: "Writing about an industry in the midst of change brings new surprises by the day. The boundaries of something like “television” are culturally determined. In the early 2000s, television scholars debated whether a series was still television if it wasn’t viewed on a device called a television—a dilemma introduced by laptops, then mobile phones. When content became readily available on those devices later in the decade, this question that had so bedeviled scholars and technology pundits gave few viewers pause. If it was a show made to air on a television network, why would it be anything other than television? By the time Netflix made its first show and it had thirteen episodes, it too seemed best understood as television.
But television and the internet are now perhaps just starting the second stage of their relationship. Characteristics once perceived as obviously and indisputably necessary of television—a schedule, a season—now seem less so. Although many assume services such as Netflix are engaged in a death match with previous forms of television distribution, I argue the evidence suggests that many services are as complementary as competitive. Rather than believing one kind of television exists at the others’ expense, for the near term, we’re wiser to understand the boundaries of television’s competitive ecosystem to have expanded and grown more varied. Just as internet-distributed services such as Netflix drew many initial practices from the legacy industry, the legacy industry is now responding by incorporating lessons and practices pioneered by these newcomers." https://mitpress.mit.edu/blog/following-television-internet?utm_source=mc&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=f18_trade_blog
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Toni Collette, Merritt Wever, Kaitlyn Dever join Netflix limited series The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Oscar nominee Toni Collette (The Sixth Sense, United States of Tara), Emmy winner Merritt Wever (Nurse Jackie, The Walking Dead, Godless) and…
Toni Collette, Merritt Wever, Kaitlyn Dever join Netflix limited series The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Oscar nominee Toni Collette (The Sixth Sense, United States of Tara), Emmy winner Merritt Wever (Nurse Jackie, The Walking Dead, Godless) and…
Toni Collette, Merritt Wever, Kaitlyn Dever join Netflix limited series The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Oscar nominee Toni Collette (The Sixth Sense, United States of Tara), Emmy winner Merritt Wever (Nurse Jackie, The Walking Dead, Godless) and Kaitlyn Dever (Justified, Detroit) have joined An Unbelievable Story of Rape, a Netflix original limited series. The eight-episode ...
Telltale reportedly finally ditching its old engine
After dozens of series and countless episodes, Telltale Games is finally set to replace its aging game engine.
That's according to a new Variety report, which confirms earlier rumblings Telltale would move away from its own, increasingly rickety Telltale Tool in favour of the widely-used Unity engine instead.
Telltale Tool has been the bedrock of the company's choose-your-own-adventure gameplay since the studio's founding, years before it was popularised by The Walking Dead. Yes, we're talking before CSI: Fatal Conspiracy, before even Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures. In recent years, it's fair to say the engine's age has showed, reflecting in what Variety reports were poor sales for the studio's latest series.
Despite extra layers of graphical polish daubed on for Batman: Enemy Within, and the promise of "unscripted combat sequences" in this year's The Walking Dead: The Final Season, Telltale will ditch its long-in-the-tooth tech immediately afterwards.
Telltale's forthcoming The Wolf Among Us: Season Two, which was recently delayed into 2019, and the untitled Stranger Things game, which is also slated for next year, will be the first to run on Unity.
Back in January, job postings for Unity-experienced engineers were spotted on Telltale's website by Restera. At the time, a move to Unity was widely mooted as likely - both because of the frequent complaints about Telltale Tool, and because Telltale board member John Riccitiello just happens to be Unity's boss, too.
The move to Unity now, Variety says, comes as Telltale works to right itself after drastic job cuts and, as of this month, a lawsuit sprung by its ex-CEO. A fresh engine for a fresh start, then, especially as the company readies itself for its new Netflix partnership.
Le plein d'infos sur vos séries télé - semaine du 24 juin 2018: Calendrier, avis et nouvelles. Publié chaque dimanche. Le calendrier de la semaine * Rappel pour ce soir : Début de la 3ième saison de Preacher à 21h sur AMC, dernière de Westworld de 21h à 22h30 sur HBO et grande finale d'Imposters à 21h sur W Network. * Lundi (25 juin) : Début de la seconde saison de Salvation à 21h sur CBS / Global (13 épisodes). * Vendredi (29 juin) : Arrivée de Kiss Me First sur Netflix (6 épisodes). * Vendredi : Disponibilitée de la 2ième saison de Glow sur Netflix (10 épisodes). * Samedi (30 juin) : Dernière de Ransom de 20h à 22h sur CBS / Global. Saison 3 toujours pas confirmée. * Dimanche (1er juillet) : Début de la 5ième saison de Power sur Starz / Super Channel / OCS (10 épisodes). * Dimanche : Dernière d'Instinct à 20h sur CBS / Global. Saison 2 confirmée. Séries en pause : * Vikings jusqu'au 15 juillet. * Fear The Walkind Dead jusqu'au 12 août. * ShawdowHunters jusqu'au 14 août. * Into The Badlands : date de retour inconnue. Les nouvelles en vrac * CBS aurait donné le feu vert pour 4 autres séries se passant dans l'univers de Star Trek. C'est Alex Kurtzman qui chapoterait les 5 séries qui inclurait une série complète, 2 miniséries ainsi qu'un animé. De plus, une rumeur soutien le retour de Patrick Stewart dans la peau de Jean-Luc Picard. Tout ce contenu ne sera disponible que sur la plateforme CBS All Access. * Jon Bernthal (The Punisher, Sicario) fera une apparition sous les traits de Shane dans la saison 9 de The Walking Dead, il s'agira certainement d'un flashback... * Amazon va produire une série animée basée sur les comics de superhéro Invencible de Robert Kirkman, 8 épisodes sont prévus. * Netflix nous a laissé savoir que la seconde saison d'Ozark arrivera le 31 aout 2018. * AMC annonce la 2ième saison de The Terror. * Sony va fermer le service de télédiffusion Crackle au Canada ce jeudi 28 juin. * Timeless est annulée après 2 saisons par la chaine NBC. Un film servant de finale pourrait voir le jour. * Dear White People est renouvelé pour une 3ième saison par Netflix. * BBC a dévoilé un teaser de la 5ième saison de Luther (Idris Elba). Aucune date de lancement n'a été annoncée. * Depuis quelques jours, RDS et TSN sont disponibles via une application de diffusion numérique et ce sans abonnement à un câblodistributeur, le seul hic c'est qu'il vous en coutera 25$ par mois! - Le plein d'infos : tous les articles précédents http://dlvr.it/QYLzwG#En_vedette#Le_plein_d_infos_sur_vos_séries_télé#Nouvelles_cinévore]]>