Month: October 2020

It’s time for another EPCOT weekend crowd report, this time with our experience on a Friday afternoon and evening. In this Walt Disney World photo report, we cover wait times, lines in Future World, congestion in World Showcase, strategy, and thoughts on our visit. You might recall that we did this earlier in the month
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Legendary actor Sean Connery has died at age 90. The Scottish-born actor, whose career began in the Royal Navy,  went on to appear in 60-plus years worth of roles in television and movies. Today, Connery is perhaps best known for his roles in both the James Bond and Indiana Jones franchises. Connery also notably won the Oscar for
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11: Little Shop of Horrors (1986): For a more monstrous singing monster, there’s Audrey II in Little Shop of Horrors. The giant automated, singing, growing plant character was created by puppeteers who had worked for Jim Henson’s company, including Henson’s son, Brian Henson, who was one of the operators. The throwback rock and roll score
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Welcome to Box Art Brawl, the battle between box art variants from around the globe scrapping to win your vote. Last time we lost our collective minds in the company of Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem, although we regained our composure enough to see the metaphysical North American and European version win with nearly two-thirds of
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For-profit healthcare short-changes virtually everyone, but according to new evidence, Black queer youth are among those who suffer the most. A new study from The Trevor Project led by Myeshia Price-Feeney, PhD, found that 44 percent of Black queer youth seriously considered suicide in the past 12 months, including 59 percent of Black transgender and
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Spoilers for Netflix’s Holidate ahead. With the first two R-rated words of Holidate (“fucking holidays”), Netflix’s festive programming has officially begun. Their first film of the season debuted on October 28 and stars Emma Roberts as Sloane and Luke Bracey as Jackson—two holiday-weary singletons looking for platonic plus ones. They meet in a department store,
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8-Bit Splatch Publisher: Nostalgi Designer: Nostalgi Number of Players: 2 or 4 Ages: 8+ Time: 20-60 Minutes Find on KICKSTARTER HERE.  So… you were looking for a colorful pixelated paintball Capture the Flag? With action points, resources-management, strategy positioning and bit of luck? That’s weirdly specific! But hey, we got the game for you! Here’s a very simple, yet
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Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson has been tapped to direct the upcoming horror film Black Phone for Blumhouse and Universal. As reported by Deadline, Derrickson will also co-write the screenplay with his longtime collaborator Robert Cargill. Image via Marvel Mason Thames (For All Mankind) and Madeleine McGraw (Toy Story 4) are attached to star in
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Back in April, we reported on an upcoming Hellraiser HBO television series coming from genre luminaries like David Gordon Green and Danny McBride (Halloween), Michael Dougherty (Trick r’ Treat), Mark Verheiden (Battlestar Galactica), and Roy Lee (It). Conspicuously absent from this list? Clive Barker, the original creator of the mythology that’s spawned an iconic horror multimedia franchise. But now, per Deadline, Mr. Barker
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If you’re looking for a movie to scare your shorts off, then you best click on over to Netflix, because the streaming service’s library features a deep slate of horror movies available to watch right now. From celebrated classics like Silence of the Lambs to campy slashers like The Babysitter to psychological thrillers like Gerald’s Game, there are so
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