SF/Fantasy/Horror From Around The Interwebs – Apr 30, 2017

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Flickering Myth reports Guardians of the Galaxy off to a strong start.

Crave posts Jon Bernthal looking back on TWD.

Bloody Disgusting has the Overlook Film Festival Day 2 recap.

SFF World reviews fantasy novel Amunet by Robert Harkess.

Horror News reviews Poultrygeist – Night of the Chicken Dead.

IGN has the summer movie preview.

ScienceFiction.com notes Friday the 13th game teases Pamela Voorhees.

CinemaBlend speculates on who two of Han Solo’s important characters are.

Forbes reviews Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap videogame.

We Got This Covered celebrates 77 years of The Joker.

At Nerdist, Ridley Scott shoots down Neil Blomkamp’s Alien 5.

ScreenRant has the Fear The Walking Dead season 3 trailer.

Nerdist reviews Sailor Moon Crystal board games.

Sci-Clops Podcast 27 is out! In this episode: Lotsa Comics: Batman, Voracious, Weapon X, Secret Empire, more! Also, Hunting Grounds Horror Film, X-Files, Cloak and Dagger, Star Wars Rebels, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Call of Duty: World War II, more!

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Happy Birthday To Gal Gadot

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Born today in 1985, you may also know her as Wonder Woman. Have a look at the awesome Wonder Woman trailer at the link below.

 

 

 

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Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter -Trailer 1

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We’ve been keeping track of developments with the Rogue Warrior film – and Tracey Birdsall (here) – for months and now it’s finally arrived! Starring Tracey Birdsall, William Kircher, Stephen Manley, and Daz Crawford, Rogue Warrior is a Science Fiction film set in the distant future depicting the overthrow of humanity by artificial intelligence on Earth and other worlds. Lots of action, lots of robots, spaceships, shootouts, and lots of fun! In theaters June 2. The Blu-ray release of Rogue Warrior : Robot Fighter, exclusive to Walmart, is set for June 6. Check out the trailer and more images at the link below!  

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Trailer – Horror Film ‘Deep In The Wood’

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Not sure who plays this kid but he does a great job delivering the creepy. In Italian, with subtitles.

There is something wrong with their son.
The unnerving Deep in the Wood premieres on Demand June 13 from Uncork’d Entertainment. Tommi, a 4 year-old child, disappears during an annual Krampus festival. Five years later, a child was found nameless and without documents. DNA matches — He is Tommi. Manuel, the father, can finally embrace his son. The mother, Linda, however, can not adapt to the new situation. A suspicion digs inside her: What if that child is not really her son?” Video and more pics at the link below. 

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Sabretooth Almost Appeared In Logan

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EW reports that Sabretooth was THAT close to an appearance in the Logan film – there was certainly a place reserved for him should he have taken up on the offer. However, it just wasn’t in the cards: “Logan nearly featured another familiar face from days (of future) past: Sabretooth. Director James Mangold revealed last month that Liev Schreiber was originally considered for an appearance in Hugh Jackman’s final movie as Wolverine, and now we know why he was cut. “There was an invitation early on from Hugh and [Mangold] and I would have loved to work on it,” Schreiber told Variety in an interview for his film Chuck. “It was very difficult given Ray Donovan’s schedule, and I think they went a different direction as well with story.”” Regardless, the movie, in our opinion, was worthy of an academy award and on May 16, you can watch Logan again in B/W. Have a look at the Wolverine/Sabretooth ‘Brotherly Fight’ video at the link below. Read more on the EW story here

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Video – Navy/Marines Unveil More Terminator-Style Machines

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Anyone else notice these things have been morphing and evolving in a way that will not end well for humans?

“When the U.S. Marines and Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy in June 1944 over 200,000 Allied forces lost their lives in a matter of weeks. Now, courtesy of some futuristic military technology, “storming a beach” can be done from a completely remote location with some machine-gun wielding robots and not a single human casualty.

Per a recent Fox News note, in addition to miniature robot tanks, the Navy and Marine Corps have been quietly testing about 50 new fascinating technologies at Camp Pendleton, at the Ship-to-Shore Maneuver Exploration and Experimentation Advanced Naval Technology Exercise 2017, in California.  Among other things, new gadgets include speedboats that instantly transform into small stealthy submarines that can dive beneath the surface to avoid detection.” Video and more at the link below.

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SF/Fantasy/Horror From Around The Interwebs – Apr 29, 2017

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Bloody Disgusting posts on It Comes At Night.

SFF World reviews fantasy novel Blackwing by Ed McDonald.

HorrorNews lists the Top Ten Scariest Movies.

IGN has latest TV cancellations/renewals.

Polygon reports a big Prometheus question has been answered.

EW notes the renewal of Big Bang Theory.

ScienceFiction.com reports B/W version of Logan coming next month.

CinemaBlend has upcoming Marvel movies/Phase 3.

Forbes reports on results at e-sports tournament Kiev Major.

Flickering Myth has a new image from Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.

CBR has a piece on Who Watches The Watchers.

Express has Overwatch news.

Crunchyroll adds Hellsing and Hellsing Ultimate to catalog.

Board Game Geek reviews The Flow Of History board game.

Sci-Clops Podcast 27 is out! In this episode: Lotsa Comics: Batman, Voracious, Weapon X, Secret Empire, more! Also, Hunting Grounds Horror Film, X-Files, Cloak and Dagger, Star Wars Rebels, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Call of Duty: World War II, more!

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Trailer – Shark Horror Film ’47 Meters Down’

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This year’s summer shark horror! Two sisters, vacationing in Mexico, are trapped in a shark cage at the bottom of the ocean, with less than an hour of oxygen left and great white sharks circling nearby. Video at the link below. 

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Video – Marvel Top 10 Guardians of the Galaxy

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Who are the greatest teammates in the universe? Find out in Marvel’s Top 10 Guardians of the Galaxy! Will our number one be Drax the Destroyer? Or perhaps Stakar AKA Starhawk? Or maybe it’s good old Star-Lord?!” Bonus – can you name ALL the Guardians of the Galaxy (former and other members)? 

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Trailer – Horror Film Camera Obscura

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Pictures to die for! “A young man gets a pre- World War II camera from his fiancee. He was formerly a war photographer who has been experiencing PTSD. The new/old camera is not helping as it photographs events which have yet to occur.” Video at the link below.

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SF/Fantasy/Horror From Around The Interwebs – Apr 28, 2017

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Daily Mail has an article on a nuclear fusion reactor.

SyFy has new images from the Cassini flight inside Saturn’s rings.

ComicBook.com has the latest Walking Dead preview.

HoustoniaMag reviews hexagon-tile ‘boardgame’ Sedonis.

WWLP reports on the latest Supernatural episode.

Legless Corpse has Rainy Season short horror film.

io9 reports Magic: The Gathering has issued a rare emergency card ban.

SciFied reviews Alien/Predator collectables.

MovieWeb reports Robert Zemekis may be helming The Flash.

Bleeding Cool reports on Marvel’s fix for error in Secret Empire #0.

Eurogamer has a Mario Kart 8 guide.

 

TG Daily writes on quantum communicating with extraterrestrial intelligence.
PC Gamer has Dawn of War 3 review.

Sci-Clops Podcast 27 is out! In this episode: Lotsa Comics: Batman, Voracious, Weapon X, Secret Empire, more! Also, Hunting Grounds Horror Film, X-Files, Cloak and Dagger, Star Wars Rebels, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Call of Duty: World War II, more!

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Video – The Boy And The Beast – Hosoda Collection

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When a young orphan living on the streets of Shibuya, stumbles into a fantastic world of beasts, he’s taken in by a rough-around-the-edges warrior beast that’s been searching for the perfect apprentice. Despite their bickering, the two slowly form a bond as surrogate father and son. But when deep darkness threatens their worlds, the bond they share will be put to the ultimate test. Video at the link below. 

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Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite First Gameplay Trailer

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Great graphics and lots of action in the trailer for this crossover! Get a look at Chun-Li, Hulk, Hawkeye, Ultron, and others in action. Video at the link below. 

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Trailer – Deadly Detention Horror Film.

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Think Breakfast Club meets a slasher! Five high school students with nothing in common find themselves being forced to do tedious work by the hands of Principal Presley. But during detention, something terrible happens to the principal and the kids find themselves fighting to survive a sadistic madman locked in the building with them. From the book by Eric Weiner. This crazy film looks like it could be a fun date flick! Video at the link below. 

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KEWL VIDEO – Make Your Own Working Wolverine Claws From Popsicle Sticks

Here’s a super cool video with easy to follow instructions on how to make yourself a set of Wolverine claws out of popsicle sticks. You can sharpen them to pop balloons and stuff but as far as we can see you’ll have to manually retract them – no big deal. Tools required are really simple and the skill level is elementary school art class. The only real problem we can see is that they do NOT seem to make the classic ‘SNIKT’ sound when they pop out. Anyhoo, check out the video below and see what you think. Let us know is you make them and send pics along – including things you can slash. (No people or animal targets, please!) Thanks to ‘The Q’ YouTube channel for this video!

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