May
22
2020
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In the e-Mail: download of @HPLHS’s THE WHISPERER IN DARKNESS DART.

The HPL Historical Society knows darn well that we’re all waiting for the actual WHISPERER IN DARKNESS CD*. So, since they have the digital files already, why not send those along to the pre-orderers? And that’s why I’m a card-carrying member of the HPL Historical Society. In fact, I need to re-up my membership.

Moe Lane

*We buy the CD version of the Dark Adventure Radio Theater for the props. The perfectly TTRPG game-friendly props. The HPLHS knows what we like.

May
21
2020
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The new TENET trailer.

…Yeah, I’ll see this in theaters.

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May
19
2020
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Short horror movie: ‘Not Alone in Here.’

Don’t get me wrong: this was fun to watch. But… JESUS, LADY. YES, YOU CAN CALL THE DAMNED COPS. AND YES, YOU CAN SLEEP IN A HOTEL ROOM.

I would have been out the damned door in about thirty seconds, tops.

May
17
2020
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The Mouse Rolls the Bones: NEW MUTANTS gets August release date.

Whaddya know? Disney’s going for it: “Walt Disney Studios has revealed that The New Mutants has once again received a new release date, this time set for August 28, 2020. The movie is set to open against Lionsgate’s The Courier, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Rachel Brosnahan.”

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May
15
2020
5

Tweet of the Day, Never Give Up! Never Surrender! edition.

How was the latest Green Hornet, anyway?

May
14
2020
1

Wait, they really are redoing SCARFACE?

Is this something people want?

Universal Pictures has hired Call Me by Your Name and Suspira filmmaker Luca Guadagnino to direct their remake of Scarface, which has been in and out of development for years.

The story has already been adapted a number of times, but the most recent version was the 1983 classic starring Al Pacino. The new film will be a reimagining of the core immigrant story told in both the 1932 and 1983 films. This story will be set in Los Angeles and will focus on a Mexican immigrant.

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May
13
2020
8

A PSA: Why somebody might play Batman on the screen.

I dunno, friends: why would a good-looking single dude in his thirties sign up to play an iconic character? One with a proven track record of being franchise-friendly? And for cool five million dollars? Why, it’s a total mystery. Hold on, let’s see what answer GQ got from Robert Pattinson:

GQ: Can I ask why The Batman is something you wanted to do? I can think of a lot of reasons to want to do it. But I can also, frankly, think of a lot of reasons to not want to do it.

Pattinson: What are the reasons not to do it? [laughs]

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