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Arthur & Merlin: Knights of Camelot tells the story King Arthur (Richard Short), who has been absent for five years, fighting a war abroad that has stricken his knights, left his throne defenseless and his queen at the mercy of Mordred, his illegitimate son. He must return home fast, facing dark and dangerous threats from
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This Perry Mason review contains spoilers. Perry Mason Episode 4 Perry Mason’s “Chapter Four” is a long denouement for the Emily Dodson (Gayle Rankin) legal team. The woman who has been accused of, at the very least, conspiring to aid in the kidnapping which led to the death of her child, is running out of
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This Snowpiercer review contains spoilers. Snowpiercer Episode 10 A history lesson learned, over and over, is that conquering a territory is much easier than governing it. Even if the revolution is just, once the bloodshed stops and the compromises begin, not every general is a George Washington-level statesman. The bodies have barely been frozen and
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This NOS4A2 review contains spoilers. NOS4A2 Season 2 Episode 4 For as much skill as Bing Partridge (Ólafur Darri Ólafsson) has with connecting to children, Charlie Manx (Zachary Quinto) is no slouch in that department, either. He might not be able to talk to kids on their level as well as Bing, but there’s just
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The Umbrella (ella ella…) Academy is back and this time our super siblings have found themselves in Dallas in the Sixties. Not only that, but they’ve brought the apocalypse with them! Check out the trailer here… <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Scattered throughout the Sixties, Klaus (who seems to
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Ultraman is making waves in America! After the announcements of a new film, comic series, and home media Blu-ray sets, the hero from the sky has one more trick up his Ultra sleeve. If you’ve been wanting to check out the history of Ultraman now is your time! Shout! Factory alongside Mill Creek Entertainment (who’ve
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With “Anaconda,” The 100 has joined the pantheon of TV shows (including Supernatural, Gossip Girl, and The Office) that have introduced a backdoor pilot in the hopes that it will be greenlit to a full spinoff series. Now that we’ve re-met Bill Cadogan, his Second Dawn cult, and his family (whose clashes and burgeoning Grounder
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Gina Prince Bythewood’s action-packed The Old Guard has officially hit Netflix and the gritty mythological Charlize Theron star vehicle–based on the comics from Greg Rucka (who also wrote the screenplay) and Leandro Fernandez–has left fans asking, “What happens next?” Although the streamer has yet to announce whether the movie will get a sequel, the final
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Slightly lost to horror film history is the fact that the slasher boom proper was largely instigated by the box office success of two films and, surprisingly, Halloween (1978) is not a part of this conversation. In actual fact, the John Carpenter classic – as a low budget independent shocker with comparably thin distribution –
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For the last couple years, Donny Cates and Ryan Stegman have been putting together a pretty crazy and frankly must-read Venom ongoing series. Venom has a rather messy narrative history full of retcons and ideas that don’t sync well, so during his run, Cates has decided to cut into Venom lore like a surgeon with
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This article contains Palm Spring spoilers. Our spoiler-free review is here. Time loop movies are quickly becoming a genre, and we are here for it. The paterfamilias of the concept on screen is of course Harold Ramis’ existential romantic comedy, Groundhog Day, but we’ve seen the concept repeatedly riffed on ever since in everything from
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A tale of power, betrayal, lust and revenge, Arthur & Merlin: Knights of Camelot tells the story of a man battling to fulfil his destiny to become the King his nation needs. Starring Richard Short (Mary Kills People) as Arthur and The Night King himself Richard Brake (Game of Thrones, Batman Begins) as Merlin. [embedded content]
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Carina Adly MacKenzie, the creator of Roswell, New Mexico, has left her position as co-showrunner of the series ahead of Season 3 due to “fundamental differences.” According to The Hollywood Reporter story that broke the news, the decision comes after MacKenzie’s relationship with studio Warner Bros. Television has “been strained for some time,” citing a
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The latest book from Stephen King, a collection of four novellas titled If It Bleeds, has already yielded three separate movie deals since its publication in May. According to Deadline, three of the tales in the book — “Mr. Harrigan’s Phone,” “Rat” and “The Life of Chuck” — have been snapped up by three different
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A team of scientists at the University of Vermont have invented a new tool–they call it a “nanocage”–that can catch and straighten out molecule-sized tangles of polymers. Once a knotty polymer strand–whether made of protein or plastic–is pulled open “then we can activate just the polymers we want, while leaving the rest alone, ” says
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1. It’s funny No, we mean, Doom Patrol is laugh-out-loud-whilst-staring-at-the-TV-screen-in-utter-bewilderment-funny. What show can get away with a scene in which a superhero who controls his powers by flexing his muscles accidentally flexes the wrong muscle and renders an entire town to climax at the same time?! 2. It’s meta This mainly comes from supervillain Mr
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Sony has acquired a minor share in Fortnite developer Epic Games via a $250 million investment. “Epic’s powerful technology in areas such as graphics places them at the forefront of game engine development with Unreal Engine and other innovations,” Sony President and CEO Kenichiro Yoshida said via a statement. “There’s no better example of this
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Relic by director Natalie Erika James is the pinnacle example of how less can be more in horror. “Director Natalie Erika James has burst onto the scene with Relic, and it’s a heck of a first film. James’ debut, which hits video-on-demand Friday, is a creepy, emotional haunted house feature that often takes a less-is-more
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IMAGE: Peak of the spectrum due to polarized bromine molecule view more  Credit: Kanazawa University [Background] Alkanes are major constituents of natural gas and oil, consisting of carbon and hydrogen atoms only. The C-H bonds of alkanes are chemically stable with low reactivity. Technologies that enable selective functionalization*1) of alkanes for converting alkanes into useful raw
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IMAGE: Lehigh University researchers saw a “tempest in a teapot ” as they observed the microstructure evolution of colloid-polymer film during the drying process. view more  Credit: Kaewpetch, T., Gilchrist, J.F./Lehigh University Dull. Slow. Unchanging. Like watching paint dry.  But take a closer look at that paint–all the way down to the nanoscale–and there’s a lot
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IMAGE: Transmission electron microscope (TEM) image: atomically thin (monolayer) tin-sulfide nanosheet (scale bar is 500 nm) view more  Credit: FLEET RMIT-UNSW collaboration applies liquid-metal synthesis to piezoelectrics, advancing future flexible, wearable electronics, and biosensors drawing their power from the body’s movements. Materials such as atomically-thin tin-monosulfide (SnS) are predicted to exhibit strong piezoelectric properties, converting mechanical
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Creator: Greg Rucka (writer) and Leandro Fernandez (illustrator) Director: Gina Prince-Bythewood Cast: Charlize Theron, KiKi Layne, Matthias Schoenaerts, Marwan Kenzari, Luca Marinelli Running Time: 118 mins Imagine if you couldn’t die? No… we mean… really think about it. It would be awful, wouldn’t it? Out-living everyone you love, not being able to make meaningful connections…
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The ending of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s epic American history musical, Hamilton, is easy enough to understand. As any product of the American education system (or anyone familiar with the SNL Digital Short “Lazy Sunday”) can tell you, the story of Alexander Hamilton ends with his death in a duel against political rival Aaron Burr.  And that’s
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Someone is always watching what you do. Smartphones beam data back to satellites, mobile providers, and tech manufacturers at a startling pace. It’s hard to go a day without unknowingly popping up on at least one CCTV camera. And most frighteningly – someone is probably looking through your Google search history RIGHT NOW! Delete the
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