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Posted by Nicole

Give Me This Marvel Cinematic Universe

Wait is it too late to redo the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Cause I am alright with that if we reboot it with this variants cover for the upcoming S.H.I.E.L.D comic. Give me a series of movies about these characters! Even a show just dedicated to them with different characters showing up all the time. Melinda May fighting alongside Ms Marvel and Gwen Stacy with spider powers? Where do I sell my organs for that! This would kind of be my dream Marvel Universe.


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Sharon Sakai, wife of "Usagi Yojimbo" creator Stan Sakai, passed away this morning after a long battle with a brain tumor.

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Posted by Dennis Mersereau

Have you taken this survey yet? You still have about a day left. Your responses will help us understand how you get weather forecasts and what you do with the data forecasters provide. It could have real world applications, or it just gives me an excuse to play with numbers on my long weekend. Win/win.


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Posted by Steve Barton

Around August or so there were rumors that Matthew McConaughey was being considered (and rightly so) to take on the part of the nefarious Randall Flagg in the upcoming big screen version of Stephen King’s The Stand. Today the actor is a bit closer to accepting the role…

That is if this latest news from The Guardian is to be believed. According to the site things are definitely swinging in that direction and we hope that it will. Right now though? Let’s file this one under continued rumor.

Josh Boone’s upcoming big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s 1978 novel The Stand will come to the screen in four parts.

The Stand is a story of good vs. evil after a virus wipes out most of the American population. It features dozens of characters (including such memorable ones as the Trashcan Man and Mother Abigail) and overlapping storylines running over many years as it tells of a group of survivors fighting the Antichrist-like Randall Flagg.

Matthew McConaughey

The post The Stand – Matthew McConaughey Closer to Playing the Evil Randall Flagg? appeared first on Dread Central.

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Posted by mondozilla


Ulula (“Howl”) is an Italian erotic horror comic book, known as fumetti, launched in October 1981 by Milan-based Edifumetto, with a print run that ran to 76 issues. Two 228 page special editions were issued in 1983 and the Ulula character also appeared in a fumetto named 40 Grandi.


The lurid stories in Ulula involve model Ulula Von Hagen who becomes a werewolf when the moon is full, having been given the blood of a wolf in a transfusion by her mad doctor uncle! she travels all over the globe having sexual adventures and fighting other monsters, like an Italian lupine version of Vampirella. Only her gay male friend Jo (later Joe) knows her dark secret…


Ulula stories were also issued in Spain, often using the same cover artwork, as part of the Hembras Peligrosas (“Dangerous Females”) comic book series.












Molto grazie to Comic Vine for images and to Fumetti Etruschi and HorrorCrime.com for some background info.

Related: Vampirella

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Posted by Edward Davis

This summer, fans of Lois Lowry's "The Giver" saw it come to life on the big screen, with an adaptation starring Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep, Brenton Thwaites, Alexander Skarsgard, Odeya Rush, Katie Holmes and Taylor Swift. Well, now it's on store shelves, and we've got some prize packs with both the book and movie.

The futuristic tale centers on Jonas, a young man who lives in a seemingly ideal, if colorless, world of conformity and contentment. Yet as he begins to spend time with The Giver, who is the sole keeper of all the community’s memories, Jonas quickly begins to discover the dark and deadly truths of his community’s secret past. With this newfound power of knowledge, he realizes that the stakes are higher than imagined – a matter of life and death for himself and those he loves most. At extreme odds, Jonas knows that he must escape their world to protect them all – a challenge that no one has ever succeeded at before.

To win "The Giver" on Blu-ray plus a...
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Posted by Michael Schulte on LEGO, shared by Meg Neal to Gizmodo

First images of the beautiful new Lego Birds set

On November 7th, Lego announced that they would be producing a set based on Tom Poulsom's Bird project submission to Lego Ideas. Lego did an interview with the creator of Birds (21301) where we get a peek at the set and box art.


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Posted by Armando Orozco

Computer malware can have a long arms reach, given the right environment. In today’s computing age there are more platforms for malware to crossover and spread, easily latching on to their favorite file hosts.

Recently, we came across some Android apps infected with the VBS file infector Ramnit residing in Google’s Play Store.


File infectors can be very destructive to a victims PC, typically they search the file system for certain file types to infect.

The Ramnit Trojan searches the Windows file system for .exe, .dll, and .html file types to append their malicious code. Each infected file is able to ensure the infection is persistent and capable of spreading to other systems.


How does this affect an Android app? Android apps share common files types that are interpreted by other operating systems such as .txt, .html and image files. You can see how the infection could spread via someone’s development environment–which is most likely what happened here.

These particular apps were published by different developers and have infected HTML files that are part of their functionality, like an ‘About’ page.

The infected apps discovered in the Play Store have the following package names:

There were several others found that have been removed or have clean copies in the Play Store.

The compromised apps are not capable of infecting an Android device or leaping from device to PC when the app is run or connected via USB. The only way for this infection to spread is if the infected HTML file is executed in a Windows environment.ramnit

Although there are some steps involved to get this to spread, we feel it is still malicious in nature and could harm customers or third app stores, if shared beyond the Play Store.

If the infected file were to run it would create a file called ‘svchost.exe’ in the Temp directory and execute. The executed file will drop a copy of itself which will begin the infection. This variant of Ramnit has been around for a few years now.

At the time of this articles posting, these apps are still available on the Play Store, however, we have informed Google of their existence.

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Posted by Luke Y. Thompson

MachinimaPrime's latest Super Power Beatdown is fun - unlike so many other fan films, they spent the big bucks for great costumes (the Batsuit is Arkham game-based, but has a Batfleck-like cowl), decent effects, voice-acting that sounds about right and a definitive ending that does not cop out.

And indeed, if characters like this actually fought, it would probably be over in five minutes. So it's, like, realistic. Except for the Death Star and space Batwing and, uhhh, the Force and stuff.

Continue reading "Batman v. Vader: Dawn of Never Getting Tired of This Headline Joke" >
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Posted by Alden Wicker

The Start-to-Finish Guide to Buying a Home

Purchasing a home is a major milestone that tops many people's lifetime to-do lists—and maybe their list of financial fears too. But it certainly doesn't have to be a scary or stressful experience. With time, care, and research, you can take control of the home-buying process.


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Posted by Rich Johnston

Future Taylor is the lead character in Alan Moore’s new comic book series, Crossed +100, which receives it’s first teaser tomorrow in the shape of the Crossed +100 Taste Test, featuring an interview with Alan about his new series, examples of scripted pages, and the rather impressive art from Gabriel Andrade that they generated, as well as a look at the characters from the upcoming series that takes Garth Ennis‘ world of crazies and puts it one hundred years into the future.

So here is a teaser of the teaser. A look at Future Taylor. And an explanation of that name from Alan…

Avatar Press is Bleeding Cool’s corporate owner. But come on…

Alan Moore Talks About His New Comic Book Heroine, Future Taylor

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Posted by Germain Lussier

big hero 6 end credits

When I interviewed Big Hero 6 directors Don Hall and Chris Williams, I mentioned to them their Marvel adaptation was missing an end credits scene like other Marvel movies. As I walked out the door, Williams stopped me and said, “See it again once the film is in theaters.” Which I did. And lo and behold, Disney Animation held back an awesome end credits scene just for paying audiences — most screenings right up until the release of the film did not have the tag.

The scene not only potentially sets up a sequel, it features a world class voice cameo. We won’t spoil it above the jump, but below, we will do so, and even show you some footage. Learn about the Big Hero 6 end credits scene below.


So at the end of the credits, Fred (T.J. Miller) walks into his house dejected. He misses his family, who is always away on their special island. His dad bears a striking resemblance to Stan Lee and when he touches the painting showing a family portrait, a secret room opens. Fred walks in —  he can’t believe it, his parents are superheroes! Just then, his father, who looks like and is voiced by Stan Lee, walks in. Fred is stunned and his dad tells them they share the same attitude when it comes to laundry. The pair hug and the scene ends with dad telling Fred they have a lot to talk about.

Pretty awesome right?

Well Mashable has a new featurette featuring Stan Lee talking about his small role in the Big Hero 6 end credits scene which includes some footage.

Big Hero 6 End Credits Scene Revealed

I’d imagine, in the coming weeks, as Disney tries to squeeze an extra few dollars out of the Big Hero 6 box office (which has been solid) we might see this full scene. But, for now, this will have to do.

If you haven’t seen Big Hero 6, do that, it’s a great, heartfelt action film that’s perfect for the holiday weekend.

The post ‘Big Hero 6′ End Credits Scene Revealed In New Featurette appeared first on /Film.

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Posted by Zac Thompson

Just a moment ago, I shared an exclusive excerpt of the new Alien novel from Titan Books. Now I’m offering you a chance to win one of your own. Entering is simple. Comment on here and tell me why you deserve to win. Enter twice by getting on Twitter and following and tweeting at me with the hashtag #AlienRiverofPain telling me why you deserve to win, make sure to include Titan Books in there too.

It’s super simple: if you do both make sure to include your twitter tag in your comment!

Winners will be decided on December 5th. So you best get tweeting. I’ve got two copies, so double the chances to win!


When Ellen Ripley finally returned to Earth, she learned that the planet LV-426–the planet from Alien–has been colonized. This novel will reveal for the first time the fate of the colonists, of the Colonial Marines who accompanied them, and how there came to be one survivor: the girl known as Newt.

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Posted by DWTV

Guest contributor Joseph Graham offers up a wish list.

Over Doctor Who’s fifty one years there have been many writers who have contributed between one and half a dozen times before not being heard of again. Here I present a list of those who I think should be brought back.

New Who Writers

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The nominations for the 2015 Film Independent Spirit Awards have been announced, and while that would normally be the perfect occasion to make a lot of sarcastic jokes about what constitutes an “independent” movie these days, let’s just take a minute to note the quality (as opposed to the budgets/pedigree) of this year’s selections. Birdman, A Most Violent Year, and Nightcrawler may be heavy on Hollywood talent, but they’re also extremely well-made, relatively adventurous dramas. They’re indie in sensibility, which is more than can be said about some years’ nominees.

Birdman, a film that’s actually about the collision of artistic and commercial pursuits, leads the pack with six nominations. That includes Best Feature, for which it will compete with such excellent alternatives as Boyhood, Whiplash, and Love Is Strange. (Selma is also nominated.) Elsewhere, voters spread the love to other worthy works, including The ...

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For 14 harvests has the remote village of CNBC trembled beneath the shadow of the Suze Orman, terrifying fire-drake with limbs like arching tree trunks, and bangs like the folded wings of a fearsome bat. As man has toiled, scrimping and spending wastefully, the Orman has lay coiled atop her mountain of hoarded gold, her belly scaled with sparkling precious jewels and savings bonds, her giant, dazzling teeth bared in a permanent and unsettling smile. Through these clenched jaws has thrummed the sensible financial advice she has dispensed as part of The Suze Orman Show. Long has the ground has quaked with her recommendations for getting out of debt. And still her heaped bed of riches has only grown larger.

But now that shadow has been lifted. Startled by man or beast bearing the mark of a new blood contract, the Suze Orman has left CNBC and taken flight to ...

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Downton Abbey recently concluded its fifth season of beautiful costumes, stiff upper lips, and increasingly soapy storytelling, and although the show remains popular, it’s clear that the British period drama could benefit from some new, zeitgeist-grabbing ideas and energy. Enter The Book Of Eli screenwriter Gary Whitta, who posted a short script on his website that brings Downton Abbey together with its natural partner: the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in the form of fast-talking, propriety-ignoring American innovator and Iron Man dad Howard Stark.

Brought to Downton by Lady Cara’s brother Harold, Howard is full of big ideas and no respect for titles or the public hierarchy. He does everything you’d expect a maverick inventor to do in this stolid atmosphere: Scandalize the Dowager Countess, flirt with Lady Mary, and, of course, ignore Lady Edith’s awkward advances, all while trying to pitch Lord Grantham on the dangers of ...

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Posted by Benito Cereno

The American version of Thanksgiving is this week, and whether you celebrate the holiday as a gathering of family or a get-together for friends, the day can always be a mixed bag in terms of the quality of people who show up. Sometimes they're family members you're obligated to invite, sometimes they're friends of friends, but somehow there's always someone who makes the day memorable, but not necessarily in a good way. Here are ten characters who might rain on your Thanksgiving Day Parade.

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