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Videos: Stranger Things Season 2 Trailer Breakdown

Posted By themoviesleuth on Movies -  This new video from Hybrid Network breaks down the trailer that was released for season 2 of Stranger Things at SDCC. Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, and Charlie Heaton are confirmed to return this season. They will be joined by Paul Reiser, Brett Gelman, Linnea Berthelsen, Dacre Montgomery, Will Chase, Rob Morgan, and Sadie Sink. The new season will premiere on Netflix on the October 27, 2017."It's 1984 and the citizens of Hawkins, Indiana, are still reeling from the horrors of the demagorgon and the secrets of Hawkins Lab. Will Byers has been rescued from the Upside Down, but a bigger, sinister entity still threatens those who survived."   View my Flipboard Magazine.

Videos: Top 10 Amazing PC Games Console Gamers Have Never Played!

Posted By themoviesleuth on Movies - This is a new video from WatchMojo that lists the top 10 amazing PC games that console gamers have never played. There's a whole gaming world out there that is strictly attached to PC gaming, leaving console players out of loop. While there are some that crossover into both formats, many are left for gamers that prefer PC's over PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo. Check out the video below to find out some of the great titles that are only available on the PC. View my Flipboard Magazine.

Videos: 15 BIGGEST Fails Nintendo Wants You To Forget

Posted By themoviesleuth on Movies - This is a new video from GamingBolt that lists the 15 biggest fails Nintendo wants you to forget. Nintendo has been a fixture in the gaming world since the company decided to venture into electronics in the mid-1970s. Their success reached new heights with the NES during the 80s and they have been around since. Being around so long through so many changes means that there were some mistakes along the way, some very big mistakes. Check out the synopsis and video below to find out what they are."To slightly alter a quote from the recently released Breath of the Wild, the history of Nintendo is also the history of the video game industry. They were here in the dark days, they were here when the console market boomed, they were here when the handheld market was pioneered, they were here for t

Cinematic Releases: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017) - Reviewed

Posted By themoviesleuth on Movies - Luc Besson has never been a conformist. He does not live by any certain formula or studio structure. The man is a rule breaker. And he's a cinematic artist that just broke his vibrant palette as he reaches the peak of his career. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is a pinnacle of sorts. After decades behind the camera, he's finally brought his unruly galactic dream to the movies. It's absolute beauty transcribed to outlandish realms beyond our imagination. Much like Star Wars did when it was first released in 1977, Valerian changes the guidelines by which this genre exists. Amalgamating the adventurous fashion statements of his previous works with amazing costume design and glorious looking visual effects, this is easily the boldest genre piece of 2017. Besson's direct

Trailers: The Transgender Comedy TV Series The Switch

Posted By themoviesleuth on Movies - This is a trailer for the upcoming transgender comedy TV series The Switch. It was created by Amy Fox, written by Wren Handman and Shevon Singh, directed by Jem Garrard, and stars Nyla Rose, Amy Fox, Vincent Viezzer and Lindsay Coryne. It will be released on VOD on August 15, 2017. Check out the synopsis and trailer below."Unfolding over six episodes, THE SWITCH follows expat Sü (Nyla Rose) as she settles into life in her adopted Vancouver. Along the way, she botches the metric system while online shopping for hormones and winds up more than broke, tries to pay off debts by moonlighting as a text message dominatrix (until her boyfriend suspects she’s texting her ex), sets up a double-date that leads to a fistfight over the bill, and finds out that someone is trying to mess with her m

Images: Character Posters For Kingsman: The Golden Circle - Plus Comic-Con Panel Details

Posted By themoviesleuth on Movies -  8 New character posters have been released for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, with each character being labeled as either Booted, Suited, or Deluded. The comic-con panel has been moved 30 minutes earlier to Thursday July 20th at 11am. It was also announced that Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, Halle Berry, Channing Tatum, Jeff Bridges, Pedro Pascal, Jane Goldman, and Kingsman co-creator Dave Gibbons would be part of the panel.The sequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service was written by Jane Goldman & Matthew Vaughn, based upon the comic book by Mark Millar & Dave Gibbons. Directed by Matthew Vaughn, it stars Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, Taron Egerton, Mark Strong, Halle Berry, with Sir Elton John, Channing Tatum, and Jeff Bridges. It is scheduled to be released on September 22, 2017.

Editorial - The TARDIS Materializes Above The Glass Ceiling: Jodie Whittaker As The 13th Doctor

Posted By themoviesleuth on Movies - It has finally happened: after 54 years, 36 seasons, and 13 Doctors, a woman will at last step behind the TARDIS console not as a companion, but as The Doctor herself. It was announced earlier today that the 13th Doctor, who will take over from Peter Capaldi during the upcoming Christmas special, will be Broadchurch and Attack the Block co-star Jodie Whittaker. The announcement was greeted with celebrations by large parts (I would like to think the majority) of the Doctor Who fandom, who have been quite vocally wanting a female Doctor for years. But it was also predictably greeted with anger from a certain other, very vocal minority of the fandom; the same type of people who tend to get angry whenever a woman or a person of color is cast in an established role that has traditionally belon

Videos: Top 10 Best Andy Serkis Performances

Posted By themoviesleuth on Movies - This is a new video from WatchMojo that lists the top 10 best Andy Serkis performances. War for the Planet of the Apes was released in theaters this weekend and some viewers may not know that actor Andy Serkis appeared in the film, portraying the main character Caesar. In fact, many people are unlikely to recognize him because he's taken on so many motion-capture roles. Even though he's probably best known for playing Caesar, Gollum from The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and King Kong, Serkis has had his fair share of great performances in both a traditional format and motion-capture. Check out the video below. View my Flipboard Magazine.

New Horror Releases: Bonejangles (2017) - Reviewed

Posted By themoviesleuth on Movies - Regrettably, a slick premise alone cannot carry a film above mediocrity. Brett Dejager's blood drenched horror comedy Bonejangles is a basement level romp that fails to balance either genre and worse, it fails to deliver the goods. Featuring an above average cast, hilarious kill sequences, and barely adequate makeup effects, the film never takes off and languishes in its ridiculous presentation for its quick runtime. Legendary, unstoppable killer Bonejangles is captured by the police and is being transported to an asylum for safekeeping. The police pass through the haunted town of Argento, where one night a year (of course it’s this night) the dead walk the Earth, setting up the ultimate showdown between Evil and Evil. Except the showdown is a letdown. Keith Melcher’s script is juve

Second Sight: The Musical Mayhem of "Baby Driver" 

Posted By themoviesleuth on Movies - Edgar Wright's latest offering is a musically infused crime story steeped in golden age Hollywood homages for an MP3 generation.  It’s always refreshing to view a picture that has been intimately crafted by a film lover.  Wright's meticulous design is encased in a symphony of violence and screeching tires, a metropolitan skeleton through which music is the heart’s blood.  From the powerhouse introductory car chase to the classical ending, Wright's Atlanta based urban fairy tale Baby Driver is one of the most exciting theatrical experiences of 2017.Baby is a good natured getaway driver for groups of professional thieves, who (due to a hearing disorder) choreographs his vehicular escapes to a plethora of musical anthems.  After falling for a local waitress, Baby risks ev

Videos: Top 10 Dumbest Batman Comics

Posted By themoviesleuth on Movies - This is a new video from WatchMojo that lists the top 10 dumbest Batman comics. Batman is DC's most popular comic book character, created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger and first appearing in Detective Comics #27 (1939). With nearly 80 years of comic book stories and the countless books that Batman has been featured in, there are bound to be some dreadful comics in the mix. Some of them are so ridiculous that it's hard to believe that they were ever made. Check out the video below.View my Flipboard Magazine.

TV: Twin Peaks S03 E09 – Reviewed

Posted By themoviesleuth on Movies - "DIANE, HERE ARE THOSE TRICERATOPSDROPPINGS YOU WANTED TO LOOK THROUGH."Two weeks ago David Lynch gave us one of the most stunningly surreal, mysterious, and artistically bold hours of television ever made with the already-mythical Episode 8. A surreal fever-dream that tantalized us with possibilities while still holding tightly to its mysteries, it was the most purely bizarre thing Lynch has made probably since Eraserhead, and the fact that he made it for a major premium cable network is nothing short of mind-blowing. Even for a creative mind as unpredictable and unique as Lynch, the question must be obvious: where can Twin Peakspossibly go to live up to that? The first part of that answer is of course to take a week off, ostensibly for the holiday, but also to give people a chance to di

Trailers: Flying Lotus' Thriller Kuso

Posted By themoviesleuth on Movies - This is a new trailer for Kuso.  Kuso is the feature length debut of Steve Ellison, who is better known as Flying Lotus. It was co-written by David Firth and Zach Fox and is from Brainfeeder Films. It stars Anders Holm, Hannibal Buress, Tim Heidecker, George Clinton, Iesha Costa, and Zach Fox, among others. Shudder acquired the North American and UK/Ireland distribution rights for the wild thriller Kuso, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. It will be available on Shudder on July 21, 2017 and will also be released in New York and Los Angeles on the same date. Check out the synopsis and trailer below. "Events unfold after a devastating earthquake in Los Angeles."  View my Flipboard Magazine.

Videos: Top 10 Stupidest Ways To Die In Video Games

Posted By themoviesleuth on Movies - This is a new video from that lists the top 10 stupidest ways to die in video games. They might seem smart at the time, but these are some of the ways that players have royally killed themselves off in a game. Granted some aren't completely intentional, with some boneheaded and accidental decisions also being made. Check out the video below to find out if you've done any of these before. View my Flipboard Magazine.