The Most Badass Roles of Danny Trejo! — Bloody Disgusting!

Taking even the briefest look at Danny Trejo’s filmography reveals an impressive list of credits well into the hundreds, with dozens of projects in various stages of production. It’s demonstrative of someone with an incredible drive and work ethic. What’s even more inspiring is the arduous road Trejo traveled to get from troubled youth to […]

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‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2 Casts Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka Tano — ScreenAge Wasteland

As if The Mandalorian needed to get any better, Disney and Lucasfilm went and added Ahsoka Tano to the upcoming second season of the hit Disney+ show. According to /Film, Rosario Dawson has joined the cast of The Mandalorian season 2 as a live-action Ahsoka. The character had previously only appeared in animated media where she was […]

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Getting Caught Up On The Red Sonja Reboot Movie (and a brief note) — Pop Goes the Darke Raven

So hey you might have noticed, if you go looking for me over at DC Comics News, that I have probably been purged from there. Yeah. The endless off the clock hate from He Who Cannot Be Named… J… got too much. Sorry M, but that is as they say that. And no unfortunately I […]

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The Problem with Waiting for Inspiration — Screenwriting from Iowa

“That’s the part that keeps people back the most—it’s like, ‘Well I don’t have an idea, so I can’t start.’ No, it’s like you only get the idea once you start. It’s this totally reverse thing. You have to act first before inspiration will hit. You don’t wait for inspiration and then act or you’re […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL (Robert Rodriguez, 2019) — The Spotless Mind

“We don’t belong anywhere… except together.” Hihihi! Pang-sequel ng Titanic. Rating: ★★☆☆☆ (Originally published February 6, 2019.)

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Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande deliver pop perfection on ‘Rain On Me’ — CelebMix

Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande’s highly anticipated collaboration ‘Rain on Me’ is here and it has blown our minds. Delivering pop perfection, ‘Rain On Me’ sees two of music’s finest come together to unveil a triumphant anthem which is incredibly empowering. It’s no secret that both Gaga and Ariana have faced plenty of hardships in […]

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Insomniac Cult Movie Theater: Fire and Ice — Ghosts of the Stratosphere

Some folks have been asking me what I’ve been doing to keep myself occupied over these long weeks of being stuck at home. Well, I can say that in between working my full time job from home, schooling my kids, and editing the mountain of backlogged podcasts we’ve been recording over these past few weeks, […]

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Top 7 Most Expensive Theatrical Film Disasters – Out of Order — Lighttrain Reviews

Welcome to Out of Order, the show where I count subjects down – out of order. Who would’ve thought, right? When a film fails to earn it’s budget back from theatrical ticket sales they are bestowed the dismaying crown of a box office bomb. And that’s what we’ll be talking about today, the Top Seven […]

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San Jose Police Department racism scandal: Will history repeat itself? — The Mercury News

As fallout continues, revelation of bigoted and anti-Muslim posts by officers evokes case of officer who was fired after violently threatening Black Lives Matter movement, then got his job back through arbitration.

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Black Lives Don’t Matter: two perspectives — Esosa’s blog

I can choose not to talk about it because so much has been said. Like someone said, ‘ your silence contributes to the problem.’ Had likes of Nelson Mandela and Luther King kept quiet, our lives would have been far worse today!

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