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By Cynthia Ayala
“The adventures of writer Newt Scamander in New York’s secret community of witches and wizards seventy years before Harry Potter reads his book in school.”
In one word: magical. I know that’s to be expected but the film brings more to the world of Harry Potter as it traverses new territory in so many ways.
Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them brings Newt Scamander to New York city combining the dark element’s that grew the Harry Potter franchise up as well as a fun light scavenger hunt through New York to bring new and magical creatures to life in the film. Two stories that intersect perfectly. There are obviously those moments that will make the audience want to scream but that’s only because of the direction of the story, and it’s not a bad thing. In life, there are those moments when people above station place blame when they themselves don’t pay attention. It’s not a bad thing, it’s a realistic thing that provides the film one of many grounding moments. (There were times through all the Harry Potter books and films that I just wanted to scream at the characters for being stupid.) Then there is the heart of the film that will make the audience laugh, cry and just say “aww” repeatedly. It was a well-structured film that was just mesmerizing and it makes the viewer second guess themselves. Continue reading “A Worthy Precursor to the Magical World of Harry Potter | Review of ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’”
By Cynthia Ayala
For Toula and her husband Ian, balancing her own marriage and her family haven’t gotten easier. And with some of the spark leaving their relationship, these two are not only dealing with a rebellious teenager who can’t wait to get away from her suffocating family, but now they must deal with the fact that Toula’s parents were never marriage. What’s another wedding mean for Toula? Only more laughs and love.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 is the long awaited sequel of the 2002 film My Big Fat Greek Wedding that generated rave reviews and numerous awards. Nevertheless, the sequel, well it hasn’t been received well.
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We’re all gonna die down here. . . .Something is hunting Casey and her friends in the underground tunnels of New York City, the abandoned subways, flooded by the storm. After finding the body of her friend Julie dead and disemboweled, Casey and her friends seek an exit, a way out of the dark, away from the monster that this hunting them. How do you fight what you can’t see? How do you survive the night?
Gripping, terrifying, Survive the Night is a can’t put down thriller. Published on July 7, 2015 by Razorbill, this is the second novel by Danielle Vega who has written a horror novel that puts horror films to shame.
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BLOGGERS NOTE: For the record, I loved Die Hard: A Good Day to Die Hard By: Sean O’Connell I never thought I’d write a Die Hard story – let alone a story about a potential new Die Hardmovie – with such a heavy heart. That’s because the latest installment, A Good Day to Die Hard, was such a disgraceful pile of animal excrement, the idea of seeing Bruce Willis sully … Continue reading Die Hard 6: Die Hardest Could Follow John McClane To Tokyo
By: Eddie Makuch Tonight during a special Beyond: Two Souls event at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City, Quantic Dream head David Cage revealed the narrative-focused game will span ten hours of gameplay. A thirty-five minute clip of the game’s “Homeless” level was shown, depicting main character Jodie Holmes–played byJuno actress Ellen Page–fighting for her life and to protect her friends. Beyond: Two Souls launches October 8exclusively on … Continue reading Beyond: Two Souls spans 10 hours
By: Nick Venable By no means a perfect film, the gritty and eerie SInister was definitely the best of director Scott Derrickson’s three films (the others being The Exorcism of Emily Rose and The Day the Earth Stood Still). He and writing partner Paul Harris Boardman have an impressive slate of films on the horizon, including the Poltergeist remake and the non-horror Devil’s Knot, the … Continue reading Eric Bana, Edgar Ramirez And Olivia Munn On Board For Scott Derrickson’s Beware The Night
By: Jonathan Toyad Sony Computer Entertainment has announced a price cut for all PlayStation Vitas being sold in Japan. The device will drop from its 24,980 yen ($266) and 29,980 yen ($319) launch price–for the Wi-Fi and 3G/Wi-Fi model, respectively–to a 19,980 yen ($213) price tag for both versions of the console. The price cut will be effective starting February 28. Just last week, rumors surfaced that a … Continue reading PlayStation Vita gets price cut in Japan
By: Eddie Makuch [UPDATE] A “trusted source” has confirmed to IGN that the leaked PlayStation 4 controller image is indeed real, but is only a prototype. The final design could change. The original story follows below Sony will reveal the future of the PlayStation brand at a New York City event next Wednesday, but one of the company’s surprises may have just leaked. Destructoid has obtained an image of what is … Continue reading PS4 prototype controller revealed?
By: Eddie Makuch The PlayStation 4’s controller will feature a front-facing touchpad, a source has told VG247. To accommodate this new feature, the controller’s Start and Select buttons have reportedly been shifted. A previous report suggested the PS4 controller would feature a rear touchpad based on the PlayStation Vita‘s existing technology. Concerning the PS4 controller’s form factor, the source said it will be “more or less” the same as the current … Continue reading PS4 controller has front touchpad?