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Saoirse Ronan Defends Controversial ‘SNL’ Sketch: ‘The Show Is a Comedy’ — Watch

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Saoirse Ronan Defends Controversial ‘SNL’ Sketch: ‘The Show Is a Comedy’ — Watch
Saoirse Ronan’s appearance on “Saturday Night Live” last weekend was well received, at least on this side of the Atlantic. Some back home were unimpressed with a sketch in which the Irish actress plays an Aer Lingus flight attendant, regarding the bit — which featured heavy accents, several references to potatoes, and lots and lots of dogs — as relying too much on stereotypes. During an appearance on “The Late Late Show,” the “Lady Bird” star responded.

Read More:‘Saturday Night Live’ Review: Saoirse Ronan Rises to the Challenge While The Show Admits That We’re In Hell

“It’s fun, and it was — the show is a comedy show,” she said when asked about the minor uproar. “One of the things that was really, really important for me throughout the week and Lorne Michaels, the creator of the show, there’s numerous meetings that you have throughout the week, there
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10 awesome martial arts fights in the snow

Craig Lines Dec 6, 2017

Christmas and martial arts movies? They rarely crossover. But amazing fights in the snow? Now we're in business...

I love martial arts movies and I love Christmas so I'm kinda sad that the two have never really come together (Kung Fu Panda Holiday doesn't count). I'd hoped to find at least one good example to write about, as we move into the festive period, but I guess since most martial arts films come from Buddhist countries and Christmas is a Christian holiday, I was destined for disappointment.

I did briefly consider making one up with the aid of Photoshop, but wasn't sure I could get away with it so, alas, The 25th Advent Chamber Of Shaolin is not to be. For what it's worth, I'd got as far as an apprentice monk named Ho, fighting his way through 25 'doors' of a giant temple designed to resemble an advent calendar.
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‘The Walking Dead’ Review: ‘Time For After’ Features Actual Plot But Too Much Bad Planning

Whose Episode Is It?

“Time for After” has probably the most important plot development in Season 8 since the premiere, so why does it feel like such a shrug? It certainly doesn’t help that the majority of the episode is devoted to reiterating a bunch of stuff we already know about Eugene, a character that’s truly emblematic of the show’s diminishing returns. The real meat of the story is Daryl and Tara’s successful operation to upend Rick’s big plan and crush the Saviors in one fell swoop, casualties be damned, but it’s given about 12 minutes of screen time and the debate of its merits might be the most cursory discussion this show’s ever featured, which is saying something.

Read More:‘The Walking Dead’ Review: ‘The King, The Widow, And Rick’ Just Sits There A Shred of Humanity

But first, Eugene, who the show would
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‘Every Frame a Painting’ Is ‘Officially Dead,’ Tony Zhou Reveals in Lengthy Post

‘Every Frame a Painting’ Is ‘Officially Dead,’ Tony Zhou Reveals in Lengthy Post
Every Frame a Painting,” a YouTube channel which attracted many cinephiles by focusing on the artistry of cinema, has ended. Creator and narrator Tony Zhou, alongside his fellow “Frame” writer and editor Taylor Ramos, published a “Postmortem” for the show on Dec. 2, alongside a script for a never-completed final video which was a thoughtful peek behind the curtain of the artists’ workflow.

Every Frame a Painting is officially dead. Nothing sinister; we just decided to end it, rather than keep on making stuff. The existing videos will, of course, remain online. But there won’t be any new ones,” reads the introduction to the script.

Near the beginning of the script itself, Ramos outlines why the duo have stopped producing videos. “In the past year, we’ve both started new jobs and taken on other freelance work.
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‘Preacher’ Review: A Murky Season 2 Finale Shows the Danger of Having Nothing to Believe In

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‘Preacher’ Review: A Murky Season 2 Finale Shows the Danger of Having Nothing to Believe In
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Preacher” Season 2, Episode 13, “The End of the Road.”]

Well, any season of television that had an out-of-work actor getting shot for answering the wrong casting call or an angel begging to be released from an immortal coil or an oppressive montage of a teenager shooting off half her head in a tragic suicide attempt was not going to have a happy ending. Though “Preacher” Season 2 did have its share of tiny moments of levity amidst the heavy considerations of the nature of God, this was always going to be season where the easiest answer would be that there are never any satisfying easy answers.

With “The End of the Road,” “Preacher” offers up a mixed-bag ending, not so much a definitive stamp on a season as a continuation of its by-design muddiness. A whole batch of episodes spent pondering the nature and whereabouts of God was destined for an untidy resolution, if one ever came at all. Instead,
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365Flicks Podcast – Episode 87: Kev does Rob Schneider from Jaws…

Here’s the latest episode of the 365Flick podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes on Podomatic and Libsyn, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres.

365Flicks Podcast – Episode 87: Kev does Rob Schneider from Jaws…

That’s right we are back for Episode 87 and its another Jam Packed episode. We open with our world class banter about Chris and his shitty week. Before moving over to our first segment Just the Pilot in which we review TV Movie 7 Days In Hell (that’s right TV Movie, Chris cheated, shhhhh).

Then we hear the Big Ben Bongs and we bring you all the news of the last couple of weeks, including whats going on with the Dceu and much much much more. We move on to What
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Newswire: Milla Jovovich is the titular Blood Queen in the new Hellboy movie

Neil Marshall’s Hellboy reboot, Rise Of The Blood Queen, has found its sanguinary monarch, with Deadline reporting that The Fifth Element and Resident Evil star Milla Jovovich is in final talks to join the film as its main villain. Jovovich will play opposite David Harbour as Hellboy himself, and Ian McShane as his father figure/mentor, Professor Broom (Bruttenholm in the original comics).

Plot details about the reboot are being kept quiet, but it’s worth noting that, in the Hellboy comics, the Blood Queen is a major antagonist for Hellboy, being the villain who’s primarily responsible for his relocation to the afterlife in Hellboy In Hell. And it’s not like Jovovich isn’t one of Hollywood’s most experienced cinematic demon hunters, even if her usual prey aren’t quite so gruffly good-natured as ol’ Big Red.
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TV Review: Tour de Pharmacy

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Plot: At the 1982 Tour de France, an investigation results in all but five, heavily doped, riders being disqualified. Review: Tour De Pharmacy is the follow-up to The Lonely Island’s well-received sports doc spoof, 7 Days In Hell. Coming from the same director, Jake Szymanski (Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates), and writer, Murray Miller, this is another fun, quick (forty minutes) comedy... Read More...
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Best TV to Watch in July: Dr. Dre Doc, 'Game of Thrones' Returns and More

Best TV to Watch in July: Dr. Dre Doc, 'Game of Thrones' Returns and More
HBO is TV's unofficial king of summer, with the return of water-cooler dominator Game of Thrones, a deep-dive portrait of twin musical innovators Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine and Andy Samberg doing for professional cycling what he did for tennis. There's plenty to peruse beyond premium cable, of course, as the networks ready sci-fi–inflected procedurals and FX unveils an ambitious new period drama set in the cradle of crack cocaine. Here's what you need to be tuning into this month.

American Ripper (History, July 11th)

Herman Mudgett, a.k.
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Lone Wolf & Cub: the best comic book movie franchise ever?

Craig Lines Apr 5, 2017

Marvel? DC? They have their moments, but how about Shogun Assassin, and in turn, the Lone Wolf & Cub movies?

Like most western viewers, I came to the Lone Wolf & Cub series via Shogun Assassin – a recut/mash-up of the first two movies, trimmed to 90 minutes and dubbed into English by a pair of enterprising Andy Warhol acolytes. It was one of the original 'video nasties' in the UK, banned for years, so highly desirable to a kid like me. And it didn’t disappoint. In fact, it was probably the goriest movie on the list.

While it may seem criminal now to butcher a pair of bona fide Japanese classics and completely change their meaning and tone, Shogun Assassin got away with it by being so vibrant and hyperactive. The inappropriate score is a joyful synthesiser meltdown and the spirited dub goes full-pelt, even if what they
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Horror Highlights: Candy Corn, The Evil Within, Herschell Gordon Lewis’ Bloodmania, Paranormal Lockdown, Phoenix Forgotten, The Last Scout

Candy corn, the staple of the Halloween season, is now the name of a new horror movie? What a match made in heaven! Directed by Josh Hasty, Candy Corn's crowdfunding campaign and official poster are at the top of today's Highlights. Also: The Evil Within DVD release details, Bloodmania's worldwide distribution deal, a clip from the new episode of TLC's Paranormal Lockdown, and trailers for Phoenix Forgotten and The Last Scout.

Candy Corn's Indiegogo Campaign and Poster: Press Release: "Cleveland, Oh - March 1, 2017- Buzz has been growing rapidly around the new indie film, Candy Corn, from Josh Hasty (Director, In Hell Everybody Loves Popcorn) and Butch Von Dreaux (Butchovision). The film, which stars Pancho Moler (Rob Zombie’s 31), has gained so much interest from fans that Hasty and Von Dreaux have decided to launch a crowdfunding campaign to get the fans involved. The 31-day campaign, which launched at midnight,
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Alien: Covenant Trailer 2 Reaction [Video]

Okay, we’ll admit, today’s been a little bit out of control with all the Alien: Covenant coverage. It’s a big film that fans are hoping will be the Alien prequel we’ve all been hoping for, and we have to say, we’re kind of feeling the same way. Coming off the momentum of Scott’s latest film, The Martian, this may very well be the best time for him to hop back onto the Alien train and complete the mythology he started back in 1979.

Up until last night, we had a few photos, a short teaser, and a prologue video — which is quite a bit, given the film isn’t due until this May. Regardless, the studio went ahead and dropped a new trailer anyway, and we have to say, it is all sorts of fantastic. The first part of the trailer does a great job of laying out the characters,
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Alien: Covenant Set Visit - Director Ridley Scott Doesn't Think Of Alien As A Horror Film

Written by Fernando Esquivel

Lrm Online was allowed to visit Fox Studios Australia this past June where Ridely Scott was filming his latest chapter in the Alien series, Alien: Covenant. With limited time we were able to catch up with him while he was in between takes. Guided into a dimly lit stage we came across a massive set which consist of large heads which look like they are carved from stone. These large heads are know as the engineers or the elders that once had a civilization on this planet. Here is what he had to say about his latest film.

What's with all the heads?

Ridley Scott: If you ask me they were a people who were superior. These were probably the ten apostles, the wise men.

We hear you're going back to horror with this film?

Scott: Well, yeah. Alien was kind of a posh horror film.
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Alien: Covenant - Is Elizabeth Shaw Still Alive?

There are never happy endings in Alien movies. Sad, but true. No matter how smart or altruistic a character is, they’re bound to bite the dust sooner or later — usually in a violent and gory fashion. Even Sigourney Weaver’s Ripley met an especially horrific fate. As she descended into a lava pit below, an alien burst from her stomach, only to be engulfed by flames almost immediately. It was a fitting end for a character who had gone through hell several times up until that point.

So despite the fact that Noomi Rapace’s Elizabeth Shaw managed to live through the horrors in Prometheus, it seemed inevitable that she’d meet her maker in Alien: Covenant. There are a few pieces of evidence that seem to support this. First, we’ve heard from those familiar to earlier drafts of the script that she only makes it about ten
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The Lonely Island: saluting 15 of their finest moments

Gem Wheeler Jan 12, 2017

Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone are comedy trio The Lonely Island. Here are just some of their finest songs and sketches...

Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping was – yep, it’s time to call it - the funniest film of 2016. For those who blinked a little too long and didn’t catch it on its brief appearance in UK cinemas, the DVD release is your chance to find out what you’ve missed: a hilarious parody of current pop music’s excesses that blends acerbic criticism of predatory gossip shows and social media mobs with a sweet story of three feuding rappers struggling to mend their friendship. The fact that this touching tale also features Seal fending off a pack of wolves, Justin Timberlake dressed as a fish, and a bagpiper playing a lament at a beloved pet turtle’s Viking-inspired funeral comes as no surprise
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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me Vinyl Soundtrack & 25th Anniversary Screenings Announced

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Mondo and Death Waltz are stepping back into the strange and surreal town limits of a certain small town in Washington with their upcoming vinyl release of Angelo Badalamenti's soundtrack for David Lynch's 1992 film, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.

Mondo will release Death Waltz's Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me vinyl soundtrack on January 25th with new artwork by Sam Smith and a packaging design by Jay Shaw.

Alamo Drafthouse will also celebrate the film's 25th anniversary with screenings of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me at select theaters this month. For more information, we have the official press release with full details and a look at the cover art and packaging for the vinyl soundtrack:

Press Release: Austin, TX - Wednesday, January 4, 2017 - Mondo Music label Death Waltz Recording Company announces its release of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me on vinyl for the 25th anniversary
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Horror Highlights: All Through The House Q&A, The Making of 31 Documentary, Ghostbusters 101, Wizard World

’Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a... well, anyone, because they're all dead! A Q&A with actress Jessica Cameron from All Through the House kicks off today's Horror Highlights! Also: details on Josh Hasty's 31 documentary, In Hell Everybody Loves Popcorn, Ghostbusters 101 comic book series details, and Wizard World's new partnership with Front Gate Tickets.

All Through the House Q&A with Jessica Cameron: All Through the House: "The Christmas-themed horror film All Through The House made its U.S. debut on all major VOD platforms October 4, 2016 and is released by Gravitas Ventures. VOD Platforms include: iTunes, Vudu, Google Play, Playstation 4, Amazon Instant Video, and Microsoft Xbox. The DVD/Blu-ray version is available on Amazon."

"A deranged masked Santa-Slayer comes to town for some yuletide-terror. He leaves behind a bloody trail of mutilated bodies as he
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American Horror Story season 6: Roanoke finale speculation

Patrick Sproull Nov 15, 2016

As the finale to American Horror Story: Roanoke approaches, will it do justice to this consistently strong run? Spoilers...

Warning: contains major spoilers for American Horror Story season 6.

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Finales – or endings, really – and American Horror Story don’t typically get on. Tying everything up has proved a problem for a show populated by an abundance of complicated characters and storylines. Even the respective conclusions of the show’s strongest outings were lacking in one area or another, with later runs like Freak Show and Hotel bowing out on final instalments that were confused to say the least.

So, it’s a bittersweet moment. American Horror Story: Roanoke has been a tremendous return to
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