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Icymi: we recap the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Worldgaming Championship finals

  • Cineplex
Icymi: we recap the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Worldgaming Championship finalsICYMI: we recap the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Worldgaming Championship finalsScott Goodyer3/27/2017 4:57:00 Pm

If you weren't at yesterday’s intense Cineplex Worldgaming Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare finals, you totally missed out! I’m not a huge gamer but decided to check it out and was not disappointed. The cutthroat action was intense from the very start with none of the eight teams showing any mercy.

These were some of Canada's top players battling it out on the big screen to a sold-out and very enthusiastic audience and the crowd loved it!

The top prize was $20K and a trip to compete in the Cwl Anaheim Open so the stakes were high! The final showdown between team Girg and SetToDestroyX was a heart racing match that lead to SetToDestroyX taking top prize! *cue confetti cannon*

The
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‘Gimme Danger’ Exclusive Images: Jim Jarmusch’s New Documentary Recounts The History of The Stooges

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‘Gimme Danger’ Exclusive Images: Jim Jarmusch’s New Documentary Recounts The History of The Stooges
Director Jim Jarmusch is currently having quite a busy year. He has two films set for release: “Paterson,” starring Adam Driver as a bus driver and poet living in New Jersey, and the documentary “Gimme Danger,” which recounts the history of Iggy Pop and The Stooges. Forming the band in the late 1960’s, Iggy Pop was a provocateur, performing half-naked and stage diving while confronting the audience with such classic numbers as “I Wanna Be Your Dog,” “Search and Destroy,” and “Raw Power.” Featuring brand-new interviews with Iggy Pop, Jarmusch looks back at one of the seminal American rock bands, their impact on the culture, and the circumstances of their reformation in 2003. Check out two exclusive images from the film below.

Read More: Cannes 2016: Iggy Pop Says ‘Gimme Danger’ Was Made With Help From ‘Drug Dealers and Bootleggers’

This is Jarmusch’s second music documentary. His first is entitled “Year of the Horse,
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Ubisoft’s Second Major Update For The Division Is Here As Conflict Goes Live

The second major update to Tom Clancy’s The Division arrived yesterday, bringing the previously announced Conflict content to the game. For those who don’t know, Conflict is a part of Ubisoft’s post-launch plan which aims to keep the experience fresh for players by introducing new, ongoing content that takes place following the endgame.

This second free update offers a new incursion, extra High Value Targets and various other features to make the journey through mid-crisis New York more challenging and intense than ever. The full patch notes can be found at the game’s official site, but here are the gameplay highlights in brief form:

New Activities

· New Incursion “Clear Sky”: This new incursion takes players to Columbus Circle area, where they face an overwhelming force of Rikers who are now in full control of the Manhattan airspace. Players need to team up to take back
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‘ Starship Eros’ DVD Review (Vinegar Syndrome)

(1979, dir: Scott McHaley)

“A probing of sensual space…”

We are thrown in to the future. 1995 to be exact! We join the all female crew of the Feminist Regime Starship Eros headed by big haired Commander Venus, played by Lily Rogers (Indecent Exposure). Her crew consist of the cute and sex starved newcomer, Executive Officer Moon, played by Becky Savage (Sexloose), the nearly as cute Communications Officer Bev, played by Beth Evans (in her only starring role) and their part human / part not quite C-3Po robot assistant Quasar, played by Mike Ranger (Taboo). The new Executive Officer makes quite an ‘impression’ on her new colleagues. Even good ol’ Quasar gets to experience her credentials hands on, even if there are the occasional wiring problems (robots can suffer too!).

After the usual greetings, the team embark on their Search and Destroy mission, involving a ship piloted by raging lesbian Amazoids! Even
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New Person Of Interest Season 4,Episode 19 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By CBS

  • OnTheFlix
Recently, CBS released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Person Of Interest" episode 19 of season 4. The episode is entitled, "Search And Destroy," and it turns out that we're going to see some pretty interesting and dramatic stuff go down as Reese and company try to protect a software CEO who's freaking out over getting all his secrets hacked, and more! In the new, 19th episode press release: Reese And Finch Scramble To Protect A Software CEO When His Behavior Becomes Increasingly Erratic Following A Hacker Attack. Press release number 2: Reese and Finch will scramble to protect a software CEO (Aasif Mandvi) when his behavior becomes increasingly erratic following a hacker attack that reveals all his secrets and unravels his life. Aasif Mandvi guest stars as software CEO Rajiv Khan. Other guest stars feature: Aasif Mandvi (Rajiv Khan), Elia Monte-Brown (Kelly Brewer), Jessica Leccia (Linda Khan), Matthew Gray
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Remembering Alain Resnais, James Rebhorn and Other Reel-Important People We Lost in March

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Reel-Important People is a monthly column that highlights those individuals in or related to the movies who have left us in recent weeks. Below you'll find names big and small and from all areas of the industry, though each was significant to the movies in his or her own way. Scott Asheton (1949-2014) - Drummer for the Stooges. He appears with the band in the concert films Iggy & the Stooges: Live in Detroit and Search and Destroy: Iggy & the Stooges' Raw Power. He died on March 15. (THR) Jean-Louis Bertuccelli (1942-2014) - French filmmaker who directed his country's 1971 Oscar submission, Ramparts of Clay, as well as Doctor Francoise Gailland. His daughter is The Tree director Julie Bertuccelli. He died on...

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Call Of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer details

  • Den of Geek
News Aaron Birch 15 Aug 2013 - 08:22

The latest Call of Duty, Ghosts, has had a flurry of details revealed about the online component...

It's safe to say most would agree that the single player element of Call of Duty isn't the main drawing factor to Activision's flogged-horse Fps. Call of Duty has always been about the multiplayer, despite some great storytelling earlier on in the series' recent run. So, it makes perfect sense that Activision should hold an elaborate multiplayer reveal for Call of Duty: Ghosts, which has seen a host of new additions and refinements to its online action, including new game modes and reworked AI.

The new modes to grace the game include Cranked, which boosts your character for a limited time after a kill. This soon ends, however, unless you kill another foe before the time runs out.

Search and Rescue works similarly to the existing mode of Search and Destroy,
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Call Of Duty: Ghosts Represents The “Biggest Multiplayer Overhaul Since Modern Warfare”

Taking to the stage in Los Angeles today, Infinity Ward and Activision lifted the lid on all things Call of Duty: Ghosts. In doing so, it gave fans the first snippet of the game’s multiplayer, while also detailing some the additional features at present in the next iteration of the Fps franchise. With 30 new weapons, 20 added killstreaks and over 20,000 possible customisation options, Mark Rubin – the studio producer at Infinity Ward – has duly labelled Ghosts as the “biggest multiplayer overhaul since Modern Warfare.”

In order to stoke the fanbase’s excitement ahead of its November Release, the developer also released the first official multiplayer trailer, which you can feast your eyes on below:

While these aforementioned additions will have trigger-happy fans chomping at the bit, the biggest surprise was the confirmation that female soldiers will also be playable in the multiplayer component of Call of Duty: Ghosts – a first for the illustrious franchise.
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Iggy Pop and the Stooges: "Ron Asheton Tribute Concert"

  • SneakPeek
The "Ron Asheton Tribute Concert with Iggy & the Stooges + Special Guests", dedicated to the late Stooges guitarist, recorded live at Detroit's Michigan Theater, will be available on DVD in North America, June 4, 2013 :

"...this heartfelt tribute/celebration of Stooges' guitarist Ron Asheton's life and music features 'Iggy and the Stooges', Henry Rollins and guest guitarist Deniz Tek.

"All profits from this DVD sale will go to the 'Ron Asheton Foundation' which supports animal welfare and music.

"Before 1700 fans, Iggy performs a full-on 'Stooges' performance with co-founder, drummer Scott Asheton, 'Raw Power' guitarist James Williamson, saxophonist Steve Mackay and bassist Mike Watt.

"Shirtless and manic as always, even two days before his 64th birthday, it didn't take Iggy long to turn the theater to bedlam.

"Following pulverizing renditions of 'Raw Power','Search and Destroy' and 'Gimme Danger', Iggy brought fans up on stage for 'Shake Appeal', followed by 'Beyond the Law',
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The Amazing Spider-Man Ultimate Edition Sticks to Wii U on March 5

Activision's The Amazing Spider-Man is the latest port that will swing its way onto Nintendo's Wii U console. The release date is now confirmed to be March 5, 2013, which is just around the corner.

Officially called The Amazing Spider-Man Ultimate Edition, the Wii U version of last year's game based on the film of the same name starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone will include all four previously released Dlc packs for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 version. In addition, the Wii U version will support off-screen play on the GamePad as well as turn the GamePad into the Oscorp Osphone to access Spider-Man's in-game phone.

To refresh your memory, here are the contents of each Dlc pack inclusive with The Amazing Spider-Man Ultimate Edition:

Stan Lee Adventure Pack - Completely voiced by the Spider-Man creator himself, you'll play as Stan Lee and web-sling through NYC in an amazing race across the city.
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'The Amazing Spider-Man Ultimate Edition' Swings To Wii U In March

Ready to do some web-slingin' on Wii U? Activision and Marvel today announced that "The Amazing Spider-Man Ultimate Edition" is swinging over to Wii U next month. Why "Ultimate Edition," you ask? Because this version includes four Dlc packs, including the Stan Lee Adventure Pack that lets you play as the creator of Spider-Man himself.

Here's the official breakdown of the included Dlc:

Stan Lee Adventure Pack – Completely voiced by the Spider-Man creator himself, you’ll play as Stan Lee and web-sling through NYC in an amazing race across the city. Take on Spidey’s powers as you wall crawl, web rush, and swing across Manhattan to collect the missing pages of Stan “The Man’s” latest script. Collect all the pages and unlock a surprise reward!

Lizard Rampage Pack – Take control of Dr. Connors' terrifying alter-ego in a race against time as you rampage through the streets as Lizard to defeat Oscorp guards.
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Sundance 2013: Behind the Music and the Voices

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"Which movies did you enjoy the most at Sundance, Debbie?" is a line I've heard often since returning from Park City. Despite several narrative favorites, the subcategory that really stood out was music documentaries. Two of these films will screen at SXSW next month: Twenty Feet from Stardom, the first film acquired at Sundance 2013, and Sound City, produced and directed by David Grohl of The Foo Fighters and Nirvana.

The festival opened with Twenty Feet From Stardom wowing audiences onscreen and later, offscreen with special performances. Producer/director Morgan Neville is no stranger to music docs, having directed several for television including Brian Wilson: A Beach Boy's Tale, Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock'n'Roll, Johnny Cash's America, Search and Destroy: Iggy and the Stooges' Raw Power, and several American Masters and Biography series spotlighting music icons.

Twenty Feet from Stardom provides an intimate view of background singers Darlene Love,
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Five Questions With “Burn” Directors Tom Putnam And Brenna Sanchez

A news item about a tragedy in Detroit got them started, and by the time they were finished—three years and 1,000 hours of footage later—co-directors Tom Putnam and Brenna Sanchez found that their firefighting documentary had become something bigger than they’d imagined. Burn follows a group of firefighters as they try to contain blazes in a city with an endless roster of buildings left vacant amidst an economic collapse (a topic dealt with in Detropia and several other documentaries). Detroit’s population, as the film notes, is less than half of what it was 60 years ago, and many of those abandoned houses and former businesses have become firetraps. The film is built on vivid scenes that depict the danger facing fire crews from one shift to the next, but Burn also has broader implications, raising a host of issues about the changing texture of 21st century American cities
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The Amazing Spider-Man Getting Wii U Port Next Spring

The Amazing Spider-Man video game is getting a Wii U port that will be available to purchase in spring 2013.

Marvel announced the new version during their New York Comic-Con panel yesterday. They also confirmed the game will feature optional motion controls, and the GamePad will be utilized to navigate in-game menus and Gps via Osphone.

The Amazing Spider-Man on Wii U will also include all of the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 versions' Dlc packs right on the disc. These include the Rhino Challenge Pack, Oscorp Search and Destroy Pack, Lizard Rampage Pack, and everyone's favorite Stan Lee Adventure Pack.
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The Ultimate Wes Anderson Playlist

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Directors who plug their favorite songs into films is nothing new, but Wes Anderson is one of the few -- along with Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, Paul Thomas Anderson and Cameron Crowe -- who have turned the movie soundtrack into an art form.

From the underappreciated Rolling Stones song "2000 Man" in Anderson's debut feature "Bottle Rocket" to a Brazilian acoustic guitarist playing David Bowie tunes in the oceanography adventure movie "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou," Anderson's musical choices for his films are as patiently awaited by his fans as the films themselves.

Though the tweed-stylin' director has stated that his new movie, "Moonrise Kingdom" (which opens May 25), "has a big musical element, but there are not really songs in it," his previous films are a master class in how to use songs in movies. Here are 11 of our favorites.

'2000 Man,' The Rolling Stones ('Bottle Rocket,'
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Time to Blow Up Mutants in Crossfire: Europe

Sg Interactive has just released a new game for PC called Crossfire: Europe. You can play various gameplay modes such as Hero Mode, which is all about surviving mobs of infectious mutants. Don't fret because you will be able to fight them off with your handy dandy grenade launcher!

From the Press Release

Crossfire Europe is a fast-paced military combat shooter between two competing mercenary forces, Global Risk and Black List. Players choose which side to join and fight for across multiple gameplay modes including: Escape, Team Death Match, Elimination, Search and Destroy, Mutation, Ghost and the brand new Hero Mode. Crossfire: Europe's new Hero Mode pits a squad of infectious mutants against a lone hero (chosen at random) armed with a special rifle/grenade launcher. The game is all about survival; if the Hero suffers more than two mutant attacks, he will become infected. The longest lasting Heroes will
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Before They Were Famous: Jeremy Renner in 'National Lampoon's Senior Trip'

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In this weekend's "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol," Jeremy Renner plays an overqualified Imf analyst; but it wasn't long ago that the Academy Award nominee was making his film debut as an underachieving student in the long-forgotten '90s comedy  "National Lampoon's Senior Trip."

Renner's interest in acting blossomed relatively late, when the California native decided to pursue a double major in theater and psychology at Modesto Junior College. Shortly after graduation, Renner made his way to Los Angeles to parlay his passion into a career. His first opportunity came via the play "Search and Destroy," which earned him early buzz from critics. From there, Renner jumped into his first film role at the tender age of 24 with "Senior Trip."

In the critically reviled 1995 teen comedy, Renner costars as Mark "Dags" D'Agastino, a perpetually stoned, flannel-wearing high school senior who, along with his obnoxious classmates, heads to Washington D.C.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 review

When the Call of Duty franchise decided to veer away from its norm, creating a modern day Fps in the process back in 2007, many questioned its decision. However, as Call of Duty 4:Modern Warfare opened to both critical and consumer acclaim, sales spoke for themselves and a dominating franchise was born. Since it's release - known to fans as COD4 - the series has dominated the market each year, breaking record after record falling its huge demand.

So here we are, four years after the release of Modern Warfare and two years after Modern Warfare 2, and Activision have again teamed up with Infinity Ward to bring you the latest instalment of the Modern Warfare series...but what's it like?

Game Modes

Let's work our way through. Just like Modern Warfare 2, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 contains three playable options within the game - Campaign mode; Special Ops and Multiplayer. The storyline,
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Indie Music Warehouse Destroyed in London Riots

In another senseless act of violence, the BBC reports that the Sony/Pias distribution centre warehouse in Enfield, North London was sadly destroyed in the riots in London on 8th August. Major labels such as Sony had their stock destroyed, but perhaps more disturbing is to hear of all the independent labels that have been affected. This will be this devastating to them and their artists who have worked so hard to build strong businesses around good independent music. Pias are the biggest distributor of indie labels in the UK. and they also had most of their stock destroyed.

Below is a list of the labels they handle distribution for;

[Pias] Recordings, [Pias] Recordings Belgium, 4Ad, A Camp, Absynthe Minded, Accidental, Aei Music, Air Recordings, Alc Music, Alsation, Ambush Reality, Ancient & Modern, Angular Recording Corporation, Arcady Records, Ark Recordings, Asthmatic Kitty Records, Atlantic Jaxx Recordings, Bad Magic, Balling The Jack, Banquet Records,
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'Black Ops' given security update on PS3, PC

'Black Ops' given security update on PS3, PC
Call of Duty: Black Ops has been given an update on PlayStation 3 and PC. Released on Xbox 360 earlier this month, Title Update 11 focuses on security updates for the game's multiplayer mode. Elsewhere, it tweaks the audio in the Search and Destroy mode for when players plant and defuse bombs. The update also prepares both editions for the 'Annihilation' map pack, which is available tomorrow. Call of Duty: Black Ops was recently named the UK's best-selling game of all time, overtaking (more)
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