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Richard Speight, Jr. and Rob Benedict, who many of you know from the hit CW show Supernatural, came to Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con this year for a panel about their new comedy show Kings of Con. FYI:You can follow the shows twitter here, Rob’s twitter here, and Richard’s

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  William Shakespeare once said ‘Let’s kill all the lawyers’ but what he should’ve said was ‘Let’s kill all of the rats.’ Morgan Spurlock (Supersize Me) explored the horrific nature of the most unstoppable type of vermin that plagues nearly every city on the planet, rats. You’d never expect a

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  Fantastic Fest is often able to pull of some amazing tricks. Among them are the famed secret screenings which always prove to be well worth whatever effort was put in to finagle a ticket and usually end up in the front row early. Fantastic Fest 2010 will always go

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  How far would you go to protect a lie? How far would you go to uncover the truth? This classic battle of ideals has been the central theme of many a Hitchcock-ian thriller, and they don’t always deliver. Whey they hit, they are some of the best films around

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The Marvel Universe will be expanding in November when Doctor Strange hits theaters on the fourth. Benedict Cumberbatch will be making his long awaited debut as the title character, joined on screen by several other stars, including Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams, Tilda Swinton, and many more. The first trailer came

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Matt Stone and Trey Parker joined a room full of South Park fans on Friday to talk about their iconic show, where it’s been, and where it’s going. Over the hour long panel, Chris Hardwick and the two creative geniuses tackled a number of issues and questions, including how they

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For the second year in a row, we had the chance to catch up with Derek Waters, creator of the hit Comedy Central show Drunk History. Waters dished on some of his favorite skits from the past, as well as a few things to look forward to for this upcoming

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Call of Duty has established itself as one of the most dominating game franchises in recent memory. Every year, the release of the next installment creates mass hysteria world wide, and it should be no different in November when Call of Duty Infinite Warfare is released. However, this game will

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In honor of the historic 20th season of South Park debuting this fall, South Park decided to bring some of it’s most memorable moments to Comic Con this year! The exhibit is called the South Park Experience, and it gives fans of the show an array of photo ops and

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It’s time once again for nerds around the counrty and the world to congregate to downtown San Diego for another year of Comic Con action. Cosplayers will take over the Gaslamp District to see some of their favorite actors in person, as well as get never before seen sneak peaks

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In 2007 Irish filmmaker John Carney wrote and directed a hugely successful (including an Academy Award win for Best Original Song) film called Once.  A sweet, semi-musical about a down on his luck folk singer who meets a woman who inspires him and then creates an album with her and

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Sonita is a powerful new documentary that premiered at Sundance earlier this year and just screened at the Dallas International Film Festival.  The film tells the story of Sonita Alizadeh, a 15 year old Afghan refugee living in Iran.  The film follows her journey as she pursues her dream to

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Imagine you’re a mother of four with one on the way.  You and your husband have also committed to adopting a four year old boy with special needs.  Out of the blue one day he becomes incredibly ill.  You try to get him to the hospital, but ultimately he doesn’t

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It’s not typical of a movie review to be written of a work in progress cut of a film, and it’s even less typical of a studio publicist to insist upon a review of said work in progress cut. Well, comedy legends Key and Peele are not your typical filmmakers

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There are filmmaking partnerships between director and actor that make for great cinema like Scorcese and DiCaprio, or Carpenter and Russell, Tim Burton and Johnny Depp. Ok, maybe not that last one, but you get the idea. When a director and actor have the kind of symbiotic relationship that makes

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For a filmmaker, taking on a horror film with the purpose of making it feel different than from what that genre typically, often lazily, trudges out for public consumption is an admirable thought. Clearly, that was what Oz Perkins, son of horror legend Anthony Perkins (Psycho), had in mind when

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