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    M.A.D. Podcast: Mall Joggers vs. PC Gamers

    The Mutually Assured Destruction podcast crew continues our quest to find “the worst people in the world.” This week, we’re talkin’ Mall Joggers vs. PC Gamers.  (Also discussed: “Christmas is Awesome.”) Spoiler alert: “Christmas is Awesome” wins the battle, because it is. It has nothing to do with movies. It has everything to do with […]

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    Netflix is Raising Prices Again

    Your Netflix streaming subscription is about to jump a buck or two. Everyone freak out. On the plus side, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings announced that existing subscribers would be able to keep their existing monthly fee for “a generous amount of time.”  So that’s good at least. How much is too much? I almost never […]

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    Sneak Peak: NECA’s 30th Anniversary Freddy Krueger Figure

    As a married man*, I don’t have a lot of space in my “relatively normal” home for a 7-inch Freddy Krueger action figure, but look at this thing: To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of A Nightmare on Elm Street, NECA toy company has created this fantastically detailed figure. DreadCentral got a chance to check out […]

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    Trailer: Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno

    Eli Roth’s upcoming film, The Green Inferno takes us amidst a cannibal tribe deep in the Amazon rainforest. The trailer is vague, but basically a bunch of U.S. student activists travel to the rainforest to save an ancient tribe from extinction. Guess what, though? It turns out that the tribe is a bunch of cannibals.  […]

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    “Lost” H.P. Lovecraft Animation: The Other Gods

    Famed author H.P. Lovecraft claimed to loathe cinema, so how did a production company find and restore a “lost” Lovecraft animated short from 1924?  Because it’s a marketing hoax, that’s how. Subterranea Entertainment’s The Other Gods has been around since 2006. This silent black-and-white animation tells the tale of a high priest and his disciple on […]

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    New Batman Animated Short: Strange Days

    To celebrate Batman’s 75th anniversary, DC called in the venerable Bruce Timm, the man who gave us the excellent Batman: The Animated Series. Batman: Strange Days is a period piece where Bats takes on one of Gotham’s most fearsome villains, Dr. Hugo Strange.Take a look: The short is a superb combination of the old-timey black-and-white […]

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