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They Live is a 1988 film by John Carpenter. A homeless drifter finds a temporary construction job while living at a homeless encampment. During that time he discovers that an alien race has infiltrated every aspect of human society. The aliens transmit subliminal messages to the humans in almost every form. The film is a cult classic for multiple reasons, including a nearly six minute fist fight, which was even parodied between Timmy and Jimmy in South Park. Shepard Fairey further popularized the film with his clothing line by using one of the subliminal messages from the film for the…

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For the last two years Funimation and Crunchyroll have had a partnership. This allowed properties owned by both companies to stream their content on the Crunchyroll streaming service. Now that Sony has purchased Crunchyroll it seems that partnership is ending. The following statement has been released from Crunchyroll: Dear CR users, As many of you know, we have had an ongoing partnership with Funimation the last two years, sharing anime between users. Unfortunately, Funimation has decided to go their separate way, and this partnership will be winding down on Friday, November 9th. For our Crunchyroll community, this means that you’ll…

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What a season so far! American Horror Story has returned for their 8th season: ‘Apocalypse’. Which is supposed to tie in some of the best seasons from the show thus far. Those seasons include Murder House (Season 1), Coven (Season 3), Hotel (Season 5), and we are also expecting Asylum (Season 2) to come up at some point. *SPOILER ALERT!* If you have not watched this season yet and do not want spoilers of the first 3(ish?) episodes then turn back now……YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! With only five episodes in, this season has shown that they are back to…

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95ghQs5AmNk The new trailer for Glass has been released. Fans are excited for M. Night Shyamalan’s third installment into the Unbreakable series. Here is a quick summation for those of you who have not seen any of the Unbreakable films. Shyamalan is known for his plot twists. I will try not to be too detailed in my summaries. At this point if you have not seen Split, the Shyamalan twist has already been ruined for you. If somehow it has not (I don’t know how that’s possible if you are reading this, but just to be safe) beware of…

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Setting Wolverine: The Long Night is a Podcast set in a small fishing town in Alaska. A murder has led to FBI Special Agents Sally Pierce and Tad Marshall to investigate. Upon arrival they learn of other suspicious activity. Questions lead to suspects being identified. Including a drifter named Logan. Style Wolverine: The Long Night is different than most podcasts today. It is the First Scripted Podcast from Marvel. What that means is that it is a dramatic audio series, complete with sound effects and top notch voice acting. The cast includes Richard Armitage, Scott Adsit, Bob Balaban, Zoe Chao,…

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Today is a big day for gaming. Online gaming is typically restricted to single-platform. Meaning that PlayStation users can only play with other PlayStation users and not any other system. Cross-Platform gaming is when a game that is playable on various systems (i.e. Xbox and PlayStation) can be played together. Sony has been resistant to Cross-Platform gaming. Today, the company has listened to its customers. Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) President and Global CEO John Kodera posted the following statement to Playstation.com: Following a comprehensive evaluation process, SIE has identified a path toward supporting cross-platform features for select third party content.…

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Setting: Rick and Morty is an animated series known for its humor and storytelling. In the episode “Total Rickall” alien parasites have infested the home and implanted memories of themselves into the characters so they will believe them to be human. Rick locks down the house in order to eliminate the infestation before it spreads throughout the world. The parasitic characters grow in absurdity, and while the audience knows clearly who the parasites are, the human characters are confused by implanted memories and are unable to determine who is real and who is a parasite. Morty discovers the solution to…

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Spider-Man is one of (if not THE) biggest games of the year! Insomniac Games has been advertising the PlayStation 4 exclusive for a long time. Finally, Spider-Man has been released! Fans of the Marvel character have been waiting for a major Spider-Man game to recapture the glory of the Spider-Man 2 (SM2) game that was released in 2004 for various platforms including PlayStation 2. SM 2 was the first video game to allow players to experience web slinging through New York like never before. Fans were unexpectedly blown away by the out of nowhere hit and the bar was raised.…

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The Adventure Zone is a podcast of three brothers playing Dungeons and Dragons with their father. Justin McElroy is the Dungeon Master who directs the story and portrays the Non-Playable-Characters (NPC’s). Travis portrays Magnus Burnsides, a human fighter with a motto of action over thought. Griffin portrays Taako, an elven wizard that acts as the main comic relief who pursues an overarching sub quest of inventing the world’s first taco. Their father Clint McElroy portrays Merle Highchurch, a dwarven cleric who preaches religious practices randomly to various NPC’s in usually inappropriate situations. The Adventure Zone started in 2014 and has…

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Eighth Grade is a very real depiction of the keystone moments in adolescence where a person attempts to redefine themselves into who they want to be. Bursting with humor and awkwardness, Bo Burnham has successfully checked all the boxes of the ‘coming of age’ genre in a modern and refreshing way. The film doesn’t fall into the formula of outlandishly severe events that define the character, but instead focus’ on many struggles that the main character Kayla (Elsie Fisher) endures in her pursuit to happiness and personal growth. This gives the film a feel of realism that is missing in…

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