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Comic Book Review – Paper Girls #2

7 November 2015 11:00 PM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Zeb Larson reviews Paper Girls #2…

The hottest new ongoing series of the year continues, as the Paper Girls witness the impossible.

Saying” the plot thickens” in Paper Girls #2 would be a polite way of saying that the story has gotten even crazier in this issue. I’m confident saying that I have no idea what’s happening anymore, which puts me right on the same page (ha) as the four girls of this story. Because we and the main characters are effectively adrift in this issue, it feels a bit slower than the previous one, especially as much of it is them searching for any adults and trying to figure out what exactly is going on. Still, the central mystery is so multifaceted and resistant to easy interpretation that I’m really about this series.

One of the hooded and cloaked figures is ambushed, spilling a bag full of things »

- Zeb Larson

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Best Horror Films of 2015

29 October 2015 9:11 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

It shouldn’t be a surprise to any of our readers that we here at PopOptiq love horror movies. All month long we’ve been counting down the 200 greatest horror films ever made alongside our 31 Days of Horror marathon. And every year just before Halloween, our staff bands together to decide what our favourite horror films of the past year are. It’s never an easy feat since we don’t always agree but as with every list, nobody will. That said, here are the 17 best horror films of 2015 according to our writers.

Note: We didn’t bother to list them in any order but we recommend them all!


A Christmas Horror Story

A Christmas Horror Story offers five interwoven tales of terror set on Christmas Eve, as executed by three Canadian filmmakers, Grant Harvey, Bret Sullivan and veteran genre producer Steven Hoban making his feature directorial debut. Much like Trick ‘r Treat, »

- Ricky Fernandes

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Catch-up TV guide: from Hemlock Grove to The Apprentice: Extras

26 October 2015 2:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Spooky horror show Hemlock Grove returns to Netflix for its third and final season while The Apprentice gets mashed-up on the iPlayer

The flood of small-town, small-screen fantasy-horror unleashed in the wake of True Blood doesn’t look like abating any time soon. The third and final season of this Netflix original is up this week but, even if we are saying goodbye to Hemlock Grove, there’ll surely be another blood- and sex-soaked slice of weird Americana along soon. In its first weekend, this show managed a bigger global audience than House Of Cards and TV companies don’t walk away from numbers like those. But first, can Peter and Roman prevent the End Of Days as the town’s grim secrets continue to overwhelm it?

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- Phil Harrison

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Nxt Recap & Review – James Storm debuts, Rhyno vs. Baron Cobin, Asuka and Alexa Bliss in action and more

22 October 2015 3:32 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The Cowboy makes his debut in Nxt and we get a monster v monster main event. There’s also an amazing hype video for Apollo Crews. It’s this week’s Nxt Recap & Review…

Show opens with a recap of the Battle Royale from last week, looking to set up a couple of new feuds – including Baron Corbin vs. Rhyno, Samoa Joe vs. Tyler Breeze and Enzo & Cass vs. Dash & Dawson. Apollo Crews is put over hard.

1. Asuka vs. Billie Kay

Askua still has the best entrance music in Nxt. So, Billie Kay is now a heel and she cuts an inset promo about how she’s wrestled Askua before and will beat her tonight with her long legs. Askua offers a handshake early on, which Kay accepts but the kicks her in the gut to get the heat. Kay holds Askua up for a long vertical suplex and then »

- Luke Owen

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200 Greatest Horror Films (160-151)

10 October 2015 4:21 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Special Mention: Battle Royale

Written and directed by Kinji Fukasaku

Japan, 2000

The concept of The Hunger Games owes much to Koushun Takami’s cult novel Battle Royale, adapted for the cinema in 2000 by Kinji Fukasaku. The film is set in a dystopian alternate-universe, in Japan, with the nation utterly collapsed, leaving 15 percent unemployed and 800,000 students boycotting school. The government passes something called the Millennium Educational Reform Act, which apparently provides for a class of ninth-graders to be chosen each year and pitted against one another on a remote island for 3 days. Each student is given a bag with a randomly selected weapon and a few rations of food and water, and sent off to kill each other in a no-holds-barred fight to the death. With 48 contestants, only one will go home alive. Yes, this has been often cited as the original Hunger Games; whether or not Suzanne Collins borrowed heavily »

- Ricky Fernandes

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WWE Nxt Takeover Respect: 22 Things You Might Have Missed

9 October 2015 1:17 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »


After witnessing the Iron Woman main event match to last night’s WWE Nxt TakeOver: Respect, the Iwc has only question:

“Who’s been cutting all these damn onions?”

With the theme of respect resounding throughout the night, both in tribute to the late, great American Dream, and in relation to the public elevation of women’s wrestling as a blockbuster draw in today’s industry, emotions were running high at Full Sail, with many and manly and womanly tear shed. The storytelling was simply on fire.

It was a wall-to-wall fantastic night of wrestling too, as fans have come to expect from Nxt specials, the 2-and-a-bit running time speeding past like a freight train. Hardened critics will be able to find some grumbles with the night – hybrid teams of solo stars like Rhyno & Corbin overcoming established teams like Gable & Jordan is a little hard to swallow – but »

- Adam Blampied

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Nxt Takeover: Respect Recap & Review – Bayley vs. Sasha Banks in a 30-minute Iron Man Match, Dusty Rhodes Tag Classic Finals, Asuka vs. Dana Brooke and more

8 October 2015 4:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

It’s the shortest time since Takeover specials in Nxt history, and it’s a big one. They’re back at Full Sail University for the first ever 30-minute Iron Man match featuring women in the main event – it’s Nxt Takeover: Respect

Show opens with a video package that puts over the main event, and highlights that this show is all about respect. It shows archive clips from famous feuds like Bret/Shawn, Rock/Cena and Dusty/Flair. This was all pretty great. When they cut to Full Sail, we see Dusty on the main screen to lead the crowd in chants for him. Triple H said that this night would be very focused on Dusty.

1. Finn Balor & Samoa Joe vs. Dash & Dawson in a Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Semi-Final

I said in my preview for this event that this match would be hard hitting and physical, and I was not wrong. »

- Luke Owen

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Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition Coming Just Before Halloween

6 October 2015 8:57 AM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

If you've been eager to get your hands on the remastered version of Darksiders II for your current generation consoles, then you're in luck!  The Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition now has a release date, and it's this month!

Just in time for Halloween, you'll get to ride around as Death himself with the HD remaster of Darksiders II, complete with all the Dlc, enhanced visuals, and Only $30.  That's a tough deal to beat for a solid action game.  You'll be able to pick it up on October 27th for the PS4 or Xbox One, and if you're not sure what all comes with it, check out the details below: 

Nordic Games today announced that the Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition will release worldwide on October 27th 2015 - boxed and digital - at a price point of Usd/Eur 29.99 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.  

The Deathinitive Edition will be a visually updated version of Darksiders II, »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (Jordan Maison)

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7 Reasons Why Being A “Big Man” Is Not Best For Business In WWE

28 September 2015 9:21 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »


Here’s a few facts about WWE at-present.

The WWE World Champion is billed at 218 pounds and is just over six feet tall. The Nxt Champion is billed at 190 pounds and is well under six feet tall. Currently, Seth Rollins is feuding with Kane for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Kane is seven feet tall and 300 pounds. As well, in Nxt, Baron Corbin is 6’8″ 275 pounds, and has been well protected by the booking to the point where if he hit Finn Balor with the End of Days and won the Nxt Championship, nobody would be surprised.

WWE’s at a crossroads when it comes to size in regards to their modern presentation. “New York” has always been a big man territory. However, as with all things, as generations change, perceptions should, too.

The company’s at a place where its most compelling performers (save legends Brock Lesnar and »

- Marcus K. Dowling

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WWE Nxt 16/09/15 Recap & Review – Bayley in action, Apollo Crews vs. Solomon Crowe, The Dusty Rhodes Classic continues and more

17 September 2015 10:36 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

We’ve just had a new set of tapings, so this feels like a complete show – it’s this week’s Nxt Review…

1. Tyler Breeze vs. Adam Rose

Byron Saxton is back on commentary. Yippie. They showed clips of Breeze attacked Dempsey after their tag team loss last week. I really wish they’d kept that team together. Adam Rose comes down to the ring and says that WWE took a “big steaming poop” on his parade, and so he’s now here to take one on Nxt. He said that there will be no more fun. So his new gimmick is that he’s a party pooper. Dempsey comes out with a new t-shirt and he cuts a promo on Breeze. Tyler starts to cut a promo back, but the crowd drown him out in “Bull is gorgeous chants”. Bull jumps up on the ropes like Breeze does to huge “yes” chants. »

- Luke Owen

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5 Ups And 3 Downs From Last Night’s WWE Nxt (16 Sept)

17 September 2015 9:37 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »


The main event for the next edition of Nxt TakeOver has been set, and it’s an absolute doozy.

Bayley vs Sasha Banks.

A 30-minute Iron (Wo)Man match.

If that isn’t enough to get you pumped for October 7th, then we’re not friends, you and I, but more thoughts on that matchup later in the article.

Last night’s Nxt was a somewhat low-key episode, seemingly focused more on announcements than wrestling, building both the upcoming TakeOver special and next week’s show – hyping the debut of Asuka as well as the tag title rematch. However, the featured matches were all solid and the announcements were all stellar so, for an hour of programming, the quality remained at its usual Nxt high.

The card for TakeOver received further build in a rundown segment on the Dusty Rhodes classic, where it was revealed that the two semi-final matches, »

- Adam Blampied

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Last Man on Earth Season 2 Promo: Phil and Carol in the (White) House!

9 September 2015 8:24 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

And you thought the specter of Donald Trump moving into The White House was frightening.

In the Season 2 premiere of Fox’s Last Man on Earth, Phil and Carol elect to make 1600 Pennsylvania Ave their new post-apocalyptic crash pad and, as this first promo reveals, they’re transforming the hallowed residence into… a makeshift hockey rink.

PhotosFall TV Spectacular: Exclusive Scoop and Photos on 43 Returning Favorites!

The above clip also spills some origin intel about Carol, and confirms that Phil’s confession of extreme like for his End of Days better half in last May’s finale was no lark »

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WWE Nxt 19/08/15 Recap and Report – Takeover: Brooklyn go-home show, Bayley/Sasha Banks contract signing, Kevin Owens and Finn Balor face off and more

20 August 2015 1:13 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

It’s squash match city on this go-home edition of Nxt. There’s also a contract signing for Bayley and Sasha Banks, while Kevin Owens and Finn Balor square off once again – it’s this week’s Nxt Report…

Show opens with a video package to highlight the Finn Balor/Kevin Owens championship and Bayley’s win over Becky Lynch to face Sasha Banks at Nxt Takeover. Pretty great stuff.

William Regal comes down to the ring for a contract signing for the Nxt Women’s Championship. He mentions that it’s in New York and the crowd once again boo him. This is hilarious. Regal introduces Bayley down to the ring who comes out in her gear. Sasha is out next. Bayley cuts a promo about finally winning the Nxt Women’s Title which some of the crowd boo – which is surprising. Sasha then cuts a promo on Bayley »

- Luke Owen

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WWE Nxt Taping Results (Aug 13)

14 August 2015 5:49 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

WWE Network

WWE taped three episodes of Nxt on Thursday night at Full Sail University in Orlando. The first episode will air next Wednesday as the final show before the August 22 Nxt Takeover Brooklyn event. The plan is to tape at least one week worth of content at that event as well.

The three episodes taped on Wednesday are presumably for August 19, August 26 and September 2. They could push one of them back and insert the Brooklyn taping into it. Here are the results.

First episode

* There was a contract signing between Sasha Banks and Bayley for the Nxt Women’s Title hosted by William Regal. Bayley said it’s her time while Banks said that Bayley isn’t worth her time. Sasha goes to leave, but Bayley went after her and they had a brawl.

* Tyler Breeze beat a jobber. After his win, Breeze put a Jushin Thunder Liger mask »

- John Canton

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WWE Nxt 12/08/15 Recap and Review – Bailey vs. Becky Lynch, Baron Corbin and Samoa Joe square off, Finn Balor in action and more

13 August 2015 3:08 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Bailey and Becky Lynch fight for the #1 Contendership for the Nxt Women’s Championship, Finn Balor is in action, Baron Corbin gets a surprise challenge for Takeover: Brooklyn and more in this week’s Nxt Report…

We open on WWE.com exclusive with some unnamed dork interviewing William Regal about Kevin Owens’ challenge for a ladder match against Finn Balor. Regal says that he doesn’t want to give him the match because he won’t bow down to his demands, but he’s spoken with Finn Balor and Balor wants the match. Regal puts over how dangerous the match is, which is awesome and missing from the main roster. He makes the match official for Nxt Takeover: Brooklyn.

1. Solomon Crowe vs. Tye Dillinger

The commentators compare Solomon Crowe to a Gremlin, which was pretty funny. Dillinger is finally doing his Perfect 10 gimmick on TV, which the commentators explain pretty well. »

- Luke Owen

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WWE Nxt 05.08.15 Recap and Review – Samoa Joe vs. Rhyno, Charlotte vs. Bailey, Bull Dempsey gets “Bullfit” and more

6 August 2015 3:10 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

It’s the battle of the beomeths as Samoa Joe takes on Rhyno, Bailey continues her quest for the Nxt Women’s Championship and we have a new name for Uhaa Nation – it’s this week’s Nxt…

1. Charlotte vs. Bailey

After an opening graphic for Roddy Piper, we begin this week’s Nxt with Bailey’s quest for the Women’s Championship as she takes on Charlotte. There’s a really horrible Adr line about Charlotte “redefining” what it means to be a Diva. Match opens with some great action and chain wrestling before Bailey sends her to the outside and hits a dropkick through the ropes. Sadly it gets a little bit clunky when they get back into the ring as they both mis-time their spots. Things pick up again though when Bailey starts her comeback and she hits a sweet looking suplex. There are some kids in »

- Luke Owen

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5 Ups And 4 Downs From Last Night’s WWE Nxt (July 29)

30 July 2015 9:00 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »


With three, count ’em, three tag matches on last night’s card, the Nxt tag division took a minor victory lap last night, quietly demonstrating the power of distinct gimmicks, surprise booking and effective ringwork. Last night the division looked flush with talent, culminating in a tag title match that served as a star-making bout for The Vaudevillains.

Despite taping a month of shows on one night, Nxt have proven themselves supremely capable of subtly programming weekly television in order to give equal rotation to each of its championships. For three weeks in a row each episode has been main-evented by a different title; two weeks ago Sasha Banks and Charlotte closed the show in grand fashion with a instant-classic match for the Women’s Championship, last week the main event was a contract signing for the Nxt Championship, and this week the show went to black after »

- Adam Blampied

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4 Ups And 4 Downs From Last Night’s WWE Nxt (July 22)

23 July 2015 7:45 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »


Last night’s episode of Nxt was the first of a fresh slew of 4 pre-taped episodes, filmed on July 16th, set to provide us with shows all the way to TakeOver Brooklyn.

It couldn’t have come soon enough because, for the first time in 2 weeks, WWE’s Third Brand finally feels up to date. The previous month of episodes were all taped before Beast In The East, meaning that the dethroning of Kevin Owens went largely unaddressed on Nxt TV for a deeply frustrating fortnight. Well, no more. Balor is back, Owens is back, the Championship is back and Nxt feels complete once again, without a gaping void at the top of the card.

However, to Nxt’s credit, despite the Title match contract signing taking rightful centre-stage tonight, the brand have been diligent in the maintenance of its midcard and with TakeOver Brooklyn one month away to the day, »

- Adam Blampied

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4 Ups And 3 Downs From Last Night’s WWE Nxt (July 1)

2 July 2015 10:09 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »


It is mere days before Finn Balor and Kevin Owens lock up in Tokyo with the Nxt Championship on the line. Balor will be looking to avenge his previous loss at the hands of Owens back in February and the champ will be looking to gain a measure of vengeance over his loss last night.

The heat is palpable between the two men, encouraged in no small part by a series of stellar Balor-centric docu-shorts, the last of which aired during last night’s episode. With the go-home Nxt in the bag, it’s safe to say that the feud hasn’t quite reached the heights of Owens/Zayn, but it was never really given that opportunity. Owens is way too hot a commodity for the company right now, and they’re pulling him in a dozen different directions.

It was something of a lopsided show. The blockbuster »

- Adam Blampied

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Watch the trailer for supernatural dark comedy ‘End of Days Inc.’

19 June 2015 9:23 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

From Clerks to Office Space, workplace comedies have become increasingly popular over the years and now here’s another movie to remind you that your job doesn’t suck as much as you think it does.

From first time filmmaker Jennifer Liao comes End of Days Inc., a supernatural spin on the workplace comedy. The ensemble film, written by Christina Ray (Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning), stars Mark O’Brien (Republic of Doyle), Carolyne Maraghi (Picture Day), Paul Sun-Hyung Lee (Kim’s Convenience), Janet Porter (The Listener), Anna Ferguson (Heartland), Yulia Petrauskas (Nikita), and Paulino Nunes (The Strain) as Mr. Godfrey. Liao’s film began it’s festival circuit run with it’s World Premiere at the USA Film Festival in Dallas and has since been picked up for North American distribution by Indican Entertainment. Watch the trailer below.

End Of Days, Inc. Trailer from Jennifer Liao on Vimeo.

It »

- Ricky

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