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Do you believe in the boogeyman? If you’ve ever watched one of the good Halloween movies, the answer is an unqualified yes. The boogeyman is real and he has a name and a Shape: Michael Myers. And for the last 43 years, he’s been cutting a bloody path of carnage across multiplexes everywhere. It began
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For the first time during the pandemic era, a major Comic Con was held in person, and where there’s a Comic Con, there’s a cosplayer waiting for a chance to display their impressive handmade looks. Mask mandates and vaccination requirements didn’t stop fans from strutting their stuff around the showroom of the Javits Center at
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BTS has been professionally “running” in the form of a “self-produced” variety show for six years and over 150 episodes, and, last week, Weverse announced the long-running series will be taking a break. Run BTS is a variety show, first launched in 2015, that features the seven members of BTS taking part in challenges, fighting
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Emma Mieko Candon, author of Star Wars: Ronin, is pulling from Star Wars the way George Lucas drew from Akira Kurosawa films. Her novel redefines pop culture vocabulary like “Jedi” and “Sith” in order to bring them back to the ideas that inspired them: Force-users as samurai, and all that implies. In the novel, it’s
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Vampires are one of genre’s greatest creations. Undead creatures who feed on the blood of the living, they are one of our most enduring horror tropes. Used as a way to explore themes as diverse as our fear of death, the taboos of sexual desire, and the agony of aging, vampires have enjoyed a particularly
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This article is brought to you by Horror Channel It’s October! We can wear layers again! We can have far too heated arguments about whether pumpkin spice lattes are the downfall of civilization or are literally just a drink! Kick leaves along the pavement and then stop kicking leaves because there was something wet in
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This The Walking Dead review contains spoilers. The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 8 One of the things The Walking Dead does better than most shows, especially shows that lean action/adventure or horror, is scale. There’s no shortage of zombie extras on The Walking Dead, and the show never hesitates to push for larger groups
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Rockstar has finally confirmed the worst kept secret in the video game industry by releasing this teaser trailer for their upcoming remasters of GTA 3, GTA: Vice City, and GTA: San Andreas that they promise are “coming soon.” According to Rockstar, these remasters “feature across-the-board upgrades” that include “graphical improvements and modern gameplay enhancements for
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Battlefield 2042‘s open beta might be…kind of rough, but it does offer a nice preview of what we can expect from the full game, including a look at some of the guns and weapons that will eventually define the meta. While the Battlefield 2042 open beta doesn’t include every gun that will be available in
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While retrospectives on the year 2021 will likely reflect an array of unpleasantness, the brighter pop culture sections should be lifted by a certain jingle’s three fateful words: Agatha All Along. Indeed, the year saw Disney+ finally bring the Marvel Cinematic Universe to television (officially, anyway,) starting in January with WandaVision, which wrought weirdness, forced
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Reports of New World “bricking” certain GPUs have many PC gamers with high-end graphics cards wondering if it’s even safe to start playing Amazon’s hit MMO. If this all sounds a little familiar, that’s because the first reports of New World bricking certain GPU models started to appear during the game’s recent closed beta period.
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Comics are Katie Kubert’s professional medium, but it’s the other kind of medium that’s perhaps as equally relevant to her current role as editor of the new DC Horror imprint.   As a child, Kubert recalls visiting the Tower of London with her family when, after a brief visit, her mother said, “I don’t want to
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This article contains light spoilers for The Many Saints of Newark. The Sopranos prequel film, The Many Saints of Newark is David Chase’s return to the New Jersey city where his families lived, worked, and occasionally breathed their last. The film focuses on Christopher Moltisanti’s (Michael Imperioli) father Dickie Molitisanti (Alessandro Nivola), and his struggle
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