Rob Zombie shares more images from ‘The Munsters’ reboot

Rob Zombie has released more images from the set of ‘The Munsters‘ movie and revealed new characters and a look at Jeff Daniel Phillips as Herman Munster.

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‘Indiana Jones 5’ 2023 release date announced

Harrison Ford appeared at the Lucasfilm panel at Star Wars Celebration today to announce that Indiana Jones 5 will hit theaters on June 30, 2023.

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Star Wars: Andor trailer released

The first trailer for live action Disney Plus Star Wars series Andor has been released as part of the LucasFilm panel at Star Wars Celebration.


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Review: Doctor Who Interludes – The Dream Nexus

Review by Jacob Licklider

The Interludes range is the newest addition to Big Finish Productions’ Doctor Who output, released exclusively to the website with specific releases (currently the first yearly release of the Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Doctor Adventures), and seem to be yet another chance to bring in new talent by giving them a trial hour long audiobook featuring the Fifth, Sixth, or Seventh Doctor. The inaugural release was I, Kamelion allowing Dominic G. Martin a story, and the second released with The Sixth Doctor Adventures: Water Worlds from Adam Christopher, a New Zealand writer who has also written for the Star Wars expanded media. The Dream Nexus is very much a novella style audiobook set in between The Tides of the Moon and Maelstrom, which was honestly a surprise. The expectation wasn’t that it would be a continuation of the box set, but for The Dream Nexus it really works to continue what made Water Worlds work in exploring the team dynamic of this TARDIS team. Christopher’s story perhaps suffers most from being limited to a single hour as this is a story which almost needs the full novel length to really do anything conclusive with its plot as it feels as if things finish just as the story gets going. Continue reading

How Gambling Movies Are Impacting The Popularity Of Casino Games

There aren’t many things as good as movies when it comes to setting trends and popularity. They’ve been doing it for decades. And one industry that has felt the impact of films in a beneficial fashion is online casino gaming, which continues to go from strength to strength.

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Review: The Sixth Doctor Adventures – Water Worlds

Review by Jacob Licklider

Disability in Doctor Who has never been it’s strong suit. Perhaps the most prominent disabled character has been Davros, a genocidal maniac who created the Daleks, aka space Nazis whose purpose is exterminating all other life. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s there was a streak of characters with physical disfigurements as a mark of villainy, though by 1989 there was some small instances of complexity with disabled characters in Battlefield and The Curse of Fenric while the New Series has been mostly neutral in disability representation with some exceptions (Under the Lake/Before the Flood comes to mind for deaf representation). Oddly enough the 1960s were more progressive than much of the 1970s and 1980s with serials like Galaxy Four where the monstrous Rills being the good guys and The Dalek Invasion of Earth including a good scientist in a wheelchair who dies at about the halfway point of that story. So, here we are in 2022, and Big Finish Productions are once again making a push ahead of television series in terms of representation by introducing the first disabled Doctor Who companion in Dr. Hebe Harrison in The Sixth Doctor Adventures: Water Worlds, a marine biologist who uses a wheelchair. Like their push with trans representation in Rebecca Root’s Tania Bell, Hebe is played by disabled actress Ruth Madeley and producer Jacqueline Rayner worked closely with Madeley to ensure all three scripts from this set reflected disability representation well.

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Trailer released for Love, Victor Season Three

Hulu and Disney+ has released the official trailer for the third and final season of the original series, Love, Victor.

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Netflix renews ‘Heartstopper’ for two more seasons

Attention Heartstopper fans!!!! Charlie and Nick will be back for a second and third season of the hit Netflix show. The streamer confirmed on Friday it had renewed the show, which is produced by See-Saw Films, for two more seasons.

Based on Alice Oseman’s LGBTQ+ webcomic, Heartstopper tells the story of the relationship between two British teens, Charlie and Nick. When Charlie falls for Nick, he thinks he doesn’t have a chance. But love has other ideas and soon Nick finds he’s feeling more than just friendship.

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Vangelis – Oscar winning composer of scores including ‘Chariots Of Fire’ and ‘Blade Runner’ has died aged 79

Vangelis, whose iconic theme for 1981’s Chariots of Fire won an Oscar, has died, according to published reports. He was 79.

His representatives told The Guardian that he died in a hospital in France where he was being treated for undisclosed causes.

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