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Fox’s Official Trailer For Tim Burton’s New Movie Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children!

It’s 20th Century Fox’s official trailer for director, Tim Burton’s new movie, Miss Peregrines Home For Peculiar Children and I want to live there. I instantly started crying and got chills watching this trailer. It resonated with the 5’10”, brown, skinny, Fieval’s sister looking (yes, someone once told me I looked like Fievel Mousekewitz’s sister) 14 year old that still exists in me. Miss Peregrines Home For Peculiar Children is based on the best selling novel by Ransom Riggs. Here is the synopsis from Riggs, himself: A mysterious island. An abandoned orphanage. And a strange collection of very curious photographs. It all waits to be discovered...

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STLV 2017: LeVar Burton’s Geordi La Forge is Coming to STAR TREK ONLINE

In case you weren’t able to get to Las Vegas this weekend for the 2017 Star Trek Convention, we have some of your Star Trek Online gaming news covered. Related: Set Phasers to Fun, the 2017 Star Trek Convention Starts Today in Las Vegas Today Perfect World took the stage and made some major announcements about their widely popular MMORPG. The biggest announcement was return of LeVar Burton to the Star Trek universe. Burton will return to his iconic role of Geordi La Forge for two episodes in Season 13: Escalation and in the upcoming Season 14. The first...

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LEVAR BURTON READS: A New ‘Reading Rainbow’ Podcast for Grown Up Fans

If you grew up in the 80s and 90s and your parents turned the television to PBS to keep you out of their way, chances are you watched Reading Rainbow, a children’s literacy program hosted by LeVar Burton (Roots, Star Trek: The Next Generation). The format of the show was simple: introduce a concept, relate the concept to a book or character, read the book, and emphasize the concept as it relates to the story and life. It was a great introduction to books and helped bridge the understanding of how books are relatable to real life. The show...

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The Best Halloween Movies of the ’90s

Halloween is, undoubtedly, the most wonderful time of the year. Let there be no protest – you know this to be true. When the clock strikes 12 on October 1st, I immediately transform into a witch. Specifically, a Gothic witch who travels back in time to the ’90s. Does my affinity for ’90s Halloween movies stem from the fact I grew up in that decade? Most likely. However, another potential reason is because they’re the best representations of the spirit of the season. Again, this brooks no argument since, deep down, you know the truth is very…true.  Now, I’ve compiled...

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NETFLIX: What Is Arriving and Leaving OCTOBER 2017

The end of September means Fall is officially here and Spooky Season (aka: October) is sneaking up on us. It also means that Netflix will be rotating out their selections again. Lucky for you, we have all you need to know to get ready for the coming month! But, first, a few highlights of what is coming this fall! Charlie and the Chocolate Factory If you’re a fan of the original 1971 Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, don’t discount this 2005 revamp starring Johnny Depp as Willy Wonka in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory! With Tim Burton‘s signature style,...

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Things We Love About Each Live-Action Batman

Happy Batman Day, everyone! Well, DC decided that it’s Harley Quinn Day to celebrate her 25 years. But it’s really Batman Day. So what better time to celebrate all our live-action iterations of Batman than today. And yes, I mean all of our iterations of the Dark Knight. Let’s get into it! 1 – Lewis Wilson The first man to ever portray Batman in live-action! In 1943, he starred in a 15-part serial adventure simply titled Batman. One of the best things about his portrayal was that he was just a man in a costume. You could say that they all...

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Movie Review – IT

IT ARRIVES, AND FEEDS ON OUR FEARS IT Review by Ray Schillaci The Movie Guys The new iteration of Stephen King’s IT wastes no time getting off to a screaming start. There’s a sweet sense of nostalgia taking place in the small town of Derry as Billy and his younger brother, six year-old Georgie, build a paper boat establishing a touching brotherly moment. Georgie ventures out in the rain to sail their new boat down the wet street where he eventually loses it down a drain gutter. And, for any of you who have not seen the trailer, that’s where Georgie first...

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LAST DAY OF JUNE Release Date Announced

Coming off an impressive showing at E3 2017, independent studio Ovosonico and publisher 505 Games announced the release date for their interactive narrative, Last Day of June. The game will launch on August 31st for the PlayStation 4 and Steam for £14.99/$19.99, but it is currently available for $15.99 if you pre-order it through the PlayStation Store. The story behind Last Day of June comes from quite a unique source. Based on the song “Drive Home,” by English musician Steven Wilson, Last Day of June tells the story of Carl and June and the aftermath of a tragic car accident. The game...

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Will Smith Could Be Playing Genie in the Live Action ALADDIN

According to Deadline, Will Smith is in talks to portray Genie in the live action Aladdin adaptation. Directed by Guy Ritchie, the live action is already set to make some big changes. And this casting could definitely be one of them. It’s currently set to be a musical as well so let’s break down these possibilities. Genie was done superbly well by the late and wonderful Robin Williams for the 1992 Disney animated feature. Filled with fast talking, funny lines, silly impressions – the Genie truly made a mark on our hearts. Williams owned that character and brought him...

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Movie Review – THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE

BAT-SHIT CRAZY The Lego Batman Movie by Paul Preston The Movie Guys Batman is ripe for satire. Not just general superhero satire, but satire of the Batman himself – the orphaning, the solitude, the butler, the gadgets, the whole deal. After getting a good taste of Batman jokes in 2014’s The Lego Movie, the studio and team behind that film have branched out to give the caped crusader his own adventure. So now we have The Lego Batman Movie. Too much of a good thing? One of the more impressive things about The Lego Movie was its breakneck pace....

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