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Trailer – Stephen King’s 1922

Netflix

When a farmer’s wife decides she wants a divorce rather than farm life, he murders her and hides the body – but she doesn’t stay murdered. Life is rarely fair. Based on the novella by Stephen King, comes a new Netflix Film, 1922. Premieres October 20th. Video at the link below. 

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Trailer – SF Film The Endless

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This one looks really interesting! The catch is that instead of the normal kooky cult with the crazy theories that always wind up being a cover for a horny, deranged cult leader, this cult may actually be on to something. Synopsis: Two brothers receive a mysterious message inspiring them to pay a visit to the cult they escaped as children. As unsettling events and phenomena begin to occur, the brothers are forced to question whether the cult’s supernatural beliefs might not be entirely made up – and if, now that they’ve returned, they’ll be allowed to leave again. Unfortunately, there’s no release date yet but we’ll keep an eye on this one and let you know as soon as we hear something. Video at the link below.

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My Hero Academia – Official Clip – Shoto Todoroki

Funimation

You can thank Shoto Todoroki for one of the most epic scenes in My Hero Academia. Watch as Todoroki showcases his Quirk, Half-Cold, Half-Hot. 

Finals are coming up and Class 1-A is about to face their strongest opponents yet—their teachers! Video at the link below.

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SF/Fantasy/Horror Headline Summaries From Around The Interwebs – Sep 23, 2017

Geek.com features Peg Dolls as Dr. Who underrated villain of the week.

Digital Spy features the 9 most unanswered Harry Potter questions.

Time notes Dickon Tarly endorsed two Game of Thrones ending theories.

The Wrap

CinemaBlend reports another Avenger is definitely not dying in Infinity War.

I09 features The Legend of Korra pro bending board game.

Yu Gi Oh features the Pot of Desires card.

Playstation Lifestyle reveals plans for the Friday The 13th game including sandbox mode.

We Got This Covered reports test screenings of Justice League are coming back as ‘epic’.

More headline summaries at the link below!

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Trailer: Isle Of Dogs

Cartoon Brew

HUGE buzz on this film! ISLE OF DOGS tells the story of ATARI KOBAYASHI, 12-year-old ward to corrupt Mayor Kobayashi. When, by Executive Decree, all the canine pets of Megasaki City are exiled to a vast garbage-dump called Trash Island, Atari sets off alone in a miniature Junior-Turbo Prop and flies across the river in search of his bodyguard-dog, Spots. There, with the assistance of a pack of newly-found mongrel friends, he begins an epic journey that will decide the fate and future of the entire Prefecture. ISLE OF DOGS opens in theaters March 23, 2018. Video at the link below. 

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2 Trailers For SF Film ‘Defective’

Teaser Trailer

In the near future, Rhett Murphy and his estranged sister Jean are forced to flee from a militant police state after witnessing the dark secrets of a nefarious corporation. Defective is written and directed by Reese Eveneshen and starring Colin Paradine, Raven Cousens, Ashley Armstrong, Dennis Andres, Jamie Elizabeth Sampson, Ry Barrett, Nick Smyth, Andrei Preda, Christopher Spaleta, Erin Stuart, Neil Affleck, Diana Goldman, Jason Bigio, Malcolm Taylor, and Kat Krawczuk. h/t to Teaser Trailer for these gems! Videos at the link below. 

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SF/Fantasy/Horror Headline Summaries From Around The Interwebs – Sep 22, 2017

Express reports a huge name could appear in the Han Solo film.

She Knows reports Game of Thrones prequel will now happen.

CBR thinks Alex Ross may be teasing a Fantastic Four revival.

CinemaBlend reports a spoiler character in Justice League.

ScienceFiction.com features Stranger Things in classic movie posters.

EW features Walking Dead portraits.

Polygon says Doom on the Switch is the real thing.

More headlines at the link below!

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Trailer: Slasher Film Crazy Lake

Indican Pictures

A group of coeds looking for fun on spring break have their beach plans canceled and opt for plan B – fun at a cabin on the lake. Sometimes plan b can be a real killer! Video at the link below!

 

 

 

 

 

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Armstrong Superhero Adventure Trailer

October Coast

The Terminator meets Jessica Jones in Armstrong, available October 3 from Screen Media. Directed by Kerry Carlock and Nick Lund-Ulrich, and based on a script by Nick Rufca, Armstrongtells of a rookie EMT officer and her partner who pick up a wounded superhero and are drawn into his mission to save Los Angeles from a shadowy organization.

Check out the trailer and more via the link below! 

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Featured Band: Junius

Bandcamp

Metal/progmetal fans, here’s another awesome band! Junius will be on the road in support of their latest release Eternal Rituals for the Accretion of Light, which is out now. Fans can order their copy of Eternal Rituals for the Accretion of Light here. The album marks the completion of their conceptual trilogy which began in 2009 with their evoking LP The Martyrdom of a Catastrophist, depicted by Rolling Stone as, “a perfect hybrid of Neurosis and The Smiths” followed by 2011’s Reports From The Thresholds of Death. The critically acclaimed 2014 EP, Days of the Fallen Sun, was lauded by Pitchfork as their “strongest and most sensuous work to date”. Click the link below to check out A Mass For Metaphysicians, taken from Junius’ new LP “Eternal Rituals for the Accretion of Light” AND be sure to note the latest Junius tour dates. 

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Happy Birthday To The Hobbit

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Incredible to think that The Hobbit was published 80 years ago today. This book and it’s followup series – The Lord Of The Rings went on to become cornerstones of modern fantasy. Here’s more on this story from The Independent:

Today marks the 80th anniversary of the publication of JRR Tolkien’s classic fantasy novel The Hobbit, or There and Back Again. This literary institution was born when the Oxford don(1892-1973) had grown bored of marking students’ coursework in his study one evening and reached instead for a blank sheet of paper, idly jotting down a sentence that would become the book’s famous opening line: “In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit.”

From this simple starting point, Tolkien spun the epic tale of Bilbo Baggins’ journey of self-discovery to the Lonely Mountain in pursuit of treasure, completing the work in 1932 and presenting a draft to a number of his eminent colleagues for inspection.

One of these was CS Lewis, whose own Chronicles of Narnia (1950-56) would likewise cast its innocent protagonists into a fight between the forces of good and evil in a magical realm and share Tolkien’s deeply felt Christian sentiments. The men were close friends and fellow members of the exclusive Inklings club, a group known to meet at the Eagle and Child pub in St Giles every Tuesday during term-time to discuss literary matters.

Tolkien had also presented a copy of his manuscript to one of his students, Elaine Griffiths, who in turn showed it to Susan Dagnall, a friend then working for publishers George Allen & Unwin. Dagnall tipped off her boss, Stanley Unwin, who decided to go ahead and print the novel on 21 September 1937 after rave reviews from his young son. The Hobbit has never been out of print since.

Tolkien’s story and its sequel The Lord of the Rings (1954-55) have delighted children and adults of all ages for eight decades now, their popularity only growing with the turn of the millennium thanks to Peter Jackson’s three-film adaptations of both books, The Hobbit cycle filmed more recently (2012-14) and starring Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen and Richard Armitage. Read more on this story here

SF/Fantasy/Horror Headline Summaries From Around The Interwebs – Sep 21, 2017

Express speculates on what is behind Snoke’s throne in The Last Jedi.

Space.com features Star Trek Discovery’s premier uniting new/old casts.

SyFy features new Titan line of Dr. Who, Preacher, and Game of Thrones vinyls.

Express thinks they know the Avengers release date.

Polygon reports one of the Game of Thrones writers overseeing possible spinoff.

Nintendo Life features the Nintendo Life Splatoon 2 UK championship team.

Tor presents an article: Picturing the Hobbit.

More headline summaries at the link below!

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Deadbeat Heroes Official Release Date Announcement Trailer

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Coming October 10, Deadbeat Heroes, a fast-paced, brawling crime-caper set in a comic book-inspired world will be published by Square Enix Collective. Under a deal signed with UK-based developer Deadbeat Productions, Square Enix Collective – the platform that brings diverse and quality indie titles to market – will release Deadbeat Heroes on PC and Xbox One. Gameplay video and more info at the link below. 

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The Sandman Horror Film Trailer

IMDb

Tagline: Don’t Fall Asleep. Not a whole lot of info on this one yet except that it’s coming October 14. The premise appears to be an unearthly being that moves via sand and will certainly wind up killing a bunch of hipsters! Anyhoo, check out the video at the link below.

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Trailer – Horror/Thriller Let Her Out

IMDb

Let Her Out follows Helen, a bike courier who suffers a traumatic accident. As she recovers, she begins to experience strange episodic-black outs, hallucinations, and night terrors-that lead her to discover that she has a tumor, a benign growth that is the remnants of a “vanishing twin” absorbed in utero. Over time, the tumor manifests itself as the dark and demented version of a stranger. As Helen’s emotional and psychological state begins to deteriorate further and further, she begins to act out in psychotic episodes that are influenced by her evil twin – making her a danger to herself and her best friend, Molly. Video at the link below.

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