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DVD Review – Anthropoid (2016)

Anthropoid, 2016.

Directed by Sean Ellis

Starring Cillian Murphy, Jamie Dornan, Charlotte Le Bon, Anna Geislerova and Toby Jones.


Based on a true story, Anthropoid details the successful assassination of SS General, Reinhard Heydrich during World War II by a small group of Czech resistance fighters deployed by parachute near Prague.

In line with the thematic nuances of World War II dramatic epics, Anthropoid employs the same use of dynamic cinematography to give the impression of scope in the context of a War drama. The pale pastel palette for the film emphasises the period wonderfully and reinforces the classic espionage style that suits this film perfectly. From the first frame the viewer is immediately inundated with the same urgency the characters experience when dropped behind enemy lines, which carries well enough throughout the entirety of Ellis’ film. Despite there being such little action, each scene continues from one to the
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16 things we learned from Dave Chappelle's revealing GQ interview

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16 things we learned from Dave Chappelle's revealing GQ interview
Dave Chappelle gave "his first in-depth interview in nearly a decade" to GQ this month, and in it he addresses his abrupt "Chappelle's Show" departure, TV binge-watching habits, impressive selfie collection and whatever the hell is going on with D'Angelo's answering machine, among other topics. Check out our full roundup below. 1. Despite all but turning his back on show business for almost ten years, he still clearly enjoys entertaining people. In addition to playing ten sold-out shows at Radio City Music Hall over the summer, GQ interviewer Mark Anthony Green notes that the comedian is driven to put on a show even outside a performance context: "He's also toting around a small, very loud portable speaker that is connected to his phone. And once in a while he'll just press play for a few seconds. The sudden blaring of A Tribe Called Quest makes the guests at the Beverly Hills
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Hot Toys Captain America 2 Stealth Suit and Steve Rogers Figure

Hoy Toys has unveiled two new collectible action figures for Captain America: The Winter Solider. The first is the Stealth S.T.R.I.K.E. Suit and the second is the Captain America and Steve Rogers set. Both of the figures are awesome, and I would love to add both to my collection.

"I joined S.H.I.E.L.D. to protect people." Marvel Studios’ latest superhero hit – Captain America: The Winter Soldier has already started landing in theatres around the world and has took the top box office spot in many opening countries! In this exciting film, Captain America has joined S.H.I.E.L.D. and teamed up with Black Widow and Falcon to battle dangerous threats. Hot Toys is thrilled to present the highly-anticipated new 1/6th scale Captain America Collectible Figure in Stealth S.T.R.I.K.E. suit.

The movie-accurate collectible
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Robert Redford's 'Alexander Pierce' Profiled in Captain America: The Winter Soldier Featurette

"The price of freedom is high."

Besides being box office bonanzas, one of the indicators that superhero movies are not simply a fad but a legitimate genre with staying power is the high caliber of the actors and actresses the movies are able to attract. Ranker did the math for us, tallying 117 (!) Oscar-nominated actors who played comic book characters, with the The Dark Knight Rises boasting the most winners with four, five if you count Anne Hathaway's subsequent win. The latest Oscar-winner to join a superhero movie is legendary actor Robert Redford, who takes a rare turn as a, shall we say, character with murky morals in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

In anticipation of the movie's domestic release this Friday, Marvel has released a new featurette focusing on Redford's character, Alexander Pierce, head of the World Security Council. The video features some behind-the-scenes footage from the making of
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Comic Book Release List – April 2, 2014

The following is a list of all comic books, graphic novels and specialty items that will be available this week and shipped to comic book stores who have placed orders for them.

Abstract Studios

Rachel Rising #24, $3.99

Action Lab Entertainment

Skyward #6 (Cover A Jeremy Dale), $2.99

Skyward #6 (Cover B Randy Green), $2.99

Antarctic Press

Gold Digger #209, $3.99

Archie Comic Publications

Best Of Archie Comics Betty And Veronica Volume 1 Tp, $9.99

Betty And Veronica Double Digest #222, $3.99

Sonic The Hedgehog Select Volume 9 Games Tp (not verified by Diamond), $11.99

Attaboy’S Yumfactory

Hi-Fructose Magazine Quarterly #31, $7.95

Avatar Press

Caliban #1 (Facundo Percio Design Sketch Incentive Cover), Ar

Caliban #1 (Facundo Percio Regular Cover), $3.99

Caliban #1 (Facundo Percio Terror Cover), $3.99

Caliban #1 (Facundo Percio Wraparound Cover), $3.99

Crossed Badlands #51 (Christian Zanier Red Crossed Incentive Cover), Ar

Crossed Badlands #51 (Christian Zanier Regular Cover), $3.99

Crossed Badlands #51 (Christian Zanier Wraparound Cover), $3.99

Crossed Badlands #51 (Gabriel Andrade Torture Cover), $3.99

Crossed Badlands #51 (Jacen Burrows Fatal Fantasy Cover), $3.99

God Is Dead #10 (German
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Watch: Mayhem follows the Winter Soldier in 'Captain America 2' TV spot

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(Cbr) Whether it's new footage of Sebastian Stan kicking ass as the Winter Soldier, Nick Fury's (Samuel L. Jackson) S.H.I.E.L.D.-issue SUV getting blown sky-high or watching Anthony Mackie take flight -- literally -- as the Falcon, there's a lot to get excited about for Marvel's newest TV spot for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier." While the full 60-second teaser has some recycled previously-seen footage, there's also plenty of new tidbits -- including a look at S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters, fresh footage of Robert Redford as Alexander Pierce, and both Captain America (Chris Evans) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) testifying before some kind of government committee. "The price of freedom is high," says Cap in the teaser. "And it's a price I'm willing to pay." Check out the full TV spot below. Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" debuts April 4.
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‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ TV Spot: The Price of Freedom

‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ TV Spot: The Price of Freedom
With exactly one month to go until the release date, Marvel has unveiled a new Captain America: The Winter Soldier TV spot that’s chock full of fresh footage. And while it’s not like the earlier ads were stingy with the action, this 60-second promo may be the most adrenaline-pumping one yet. The focus this time is on […]

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Comic Book Release List – February 5, 2014

The following is a list of all comic books, graphic novels and specialty items that will be available this week and shipped to comic book stores who have placed orders for them.

AC Comics

Crypt Of Horror Volume 20 Tp, $29.95

Antarctic Press

Gold Digger Platinum Volume 6 Tp, $14.99

Archie Comic Publications

Archie #652 (Dan Parent Regular Cover), $2.99

Archie #652 (Stephanie Buscema Retro Concert Poster Variant Cover), $2.99

Fox #4 (David Mack Daddy Variant Cover), $2.99

Fox #4 (Dean Haspiel Regular Cover), $2.99

Sabrina The Teenage Witch The Magic Within Volume 4 Tp, $10.99

Sonic Universe #60 (Tracy Yardley Regular Cover), $2.99

Sonic Universe #60 (Vincent Riley Alien Invasion Variant Cover), $2.99

Avatar Press

Ferals Volume 3 Tp, $19.99

God Is Dead #1 (Jacen Burrows Enhanced Connecting Cover), $3.99

God Is Dead #6 (Jacen Burrows End Of Days Cover), $3.99

God Is Dead #6 (Jacen Burrows Gilded Incentive Cover), Ar

God Is Dead #6 (Jacen Burrows Iconic Cover), $3.99

God Is Dead #6 (Jonathan Hickman Regular Cover), $3.99

God Is Dead #6 (Rafa Ortiz Carnage Wraparound Cover), $3.99

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Comic Book Release List – January 8, 2014

The following is a list of all comic books, graphic novels and specialty items that will be available this week and shipped to comic book stores who have placed orders for them.

Aam Markosia

Christopher Marlowe And The Bards Of Nemeton Gn, $18.99

Accent UK

Missing Have You Seen The Invisible Man (One Shot), $5.00

Action Lab Entertainment

Fracture #1 (Of 4)(Cover A Chad Cicconi), $2.99

Fracture #1 (Of 4)(Cover B Jamal Igle), $2.99

Skyward Volume 1 Into The Woods Tp, $8.99

Adhouse Books

B Plus F Hc, $19.95

Altus Press

Doc Savage The New Adventures Volume 6 The Miracle Menace Sc, $24.95

Amigo Comics

Rogues #6, $3.99

Westwood Witches #4 (Of 4), $3.99

Amryl Entertainment

Cavewoman Labyrinth (One Shot), $3.75

Cavewoman Labyrinth (One Shot)(Devon Massey Special Edition), Ar

Cavewoman Labyrinth (One Shot)(Budd Root Special Edition), Ar

Arcana Studio

Steam Engines Of Oz Volume 2 The Geared Leviathan #2, $3.99

Archie Comics

Afterlife With Archie #3 (Francesco Francavilla Regular Cover), $2.99

Afterlife With Archie #3 (Tim Seeley Variant Cover), $2.99

Archie #651 (Dan
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Comic Book Release List – December 4, 2013

The following is a list of all comic books, graphic novels and specialty items that will be available this week and shipped to comic book stores who have placed orders for them.

Action Lab Entertainment

Pirate Eye Iron Bars Wretched Tales (One Shot), $2.99

Princeless Encore Edition #1 (Of 4), $1.00

Airship Entertainment

Girl Genius Volume 5 The Clockwork Princess Tp (New Printing), $25.00

Amryl Entertainment

Cavewoman Sea Monsters (One Shot), $3.75

Cavewoman Sea Monsters (One Shot)(Budd Root Special Edition), Ar

Cavewoman Sea Monsters (One Shot)(Special Edition), Ar

Antarctic Press

Steam Wars #3, $3.99

Archaia Entertainment

Hawken Melee #1 (Of 5)(Archaia), $3.99

Moon Lake Volume 2 Hc (Archaia), $24.95

Mouse Guard Legends Of The Guard Volume 2 #4 (Archaia), $3.50

Mouse Guard Legends Of The Guard Volume 2 Hc (Archaia), $19.95

Archie Comic Publications

Archie #650 (Dan Parent Regular Cover), $3.99

Archie #650 (Fiona Staples World Tour Variant Cover), $3.99

Archie Double Digest #246, $3.99

Fox #2 (Dean Haspiel Regular Cover), $2.99

Fox #2 (Paul Pope Get Freaky Variant Cover), $2.99

Sonic The Hedgehog #255 (Ben Bates
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Comic Book Release List – November 6, 2013

The following is a list of all comic books, graphic novels and specialty items that will be available this week and shipped to comic book stores who have placed orders for them.

3D Total Publishing

Sketching From The Imagination An Insight Into Creative Drawing Sc (not verified by Diamond), $29.99


Star Wars Frames Hc, $150.00

Abrams Comicarts

Tintin The Art Of Herge Hc, $45.00

Alternative Comics

Look Straight Ahead Gn, $19.95

Amigo Comics

Rogues #5, $3.99

Amp! Comics For Kids

Snoopy Cowabunga Tp (not verified by Diamond), 9.99

Amulet Books

Diary Of A Wimpy Kid Volume 8 Hard Luck Hc, $13.95

Andrews McMeel

Dilbert I Sense A Coldness To Your Mentoring Tp, $12.99

Get Fuzzy The Fuzzy Bunch Tp, $12.99

Antarctic Press

Ghost Cop #1 (Of 3), $3.99

Last Zombie The End #5 (Of 5), $3.99

Steampunk Halloween 2013 #1, $3.50

Arcana Studio

Devil Is Due In Dreary Tp, $12.99

Steam Engines Of Oz #3, $3.99

Steam Engines Of Oz Volume 1 Tp, $19.95

Archie Comic Publications

Afterlife With Archie #1 (Francesco Francavilla 2nd Printing
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Fnc's Eric Bolling reflects on his Church's Pope Francis

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Every weekday morning, Fox News Channel anchor Eric Bolling arrives for work in midtown Manhattan. But before he digs into the meat of his day preparing to be on the panel for the afternoon roundtable show "The Five," he makes time for an authority even higher than Fnc boss Roger Ailes.

"I drive into the city," he tells Zap2it, "park my car, come up to my office, turn on the computer, make sure there's no fires that need to be put out. Then I put my jacket back on and literally walk over to St. Patrick's Cathedral, light the candles, come back. I don't do it because I'm supposed to do it; I do it because I like it. It makes me feel good, knowing that I've done that.

"I light five candles. One, two, three, four, five -- get it?"

He's noticed a little change in the crowds
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Amitabh Bachchan Retrospective at Kolkata International Film Festival 2012

Amitabh Bachchan Retrospective at Kolkata International Film Festival 2012
Amitabh Bachchan

The 18th edition of the Kolkata International Film Festival will host a special section in the honour of Amitabh Bachchan. The festival will be inaugurated by Bachchan along with Shahrukh Khan.

Six of Bachchan starrer films: Saath Hindustani, Abhiman, Saudagar, Deewar, Black, and Cheeni Kum will be screened under the special section “Big Story” (Amitabh Bachchan).

The festival will run from 10th to 17th November, 2012. The eight day festival will host 170 films from 62 countries.

This year the festival will hold various special sections. Some of them are:

Centenary Tribute

This section will screen 13 films of Michelangelo Antonioni.

The Adventure (1960)

The Night (1961)

The Eclipse (1962)

The Red Desert (1964)

Identification of a Woman (1982)

People of the Po Valley (1947)

Lies of Love (1949)

Superstitions (1949)

Dustmen (1948)

Kumbha Mela (1989)

Roma 90 (1990)

Sicilia (1997)

Michelangelo Eye to Eye (2004)

200 Years Birth Anniversary Charles Dickens

Nicholas Nickleby by Douglas McGrath

The Pickwick Papers by Noel Langley

100 Years Of Indian Cinema

Raja Harishchandra by D.
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Iamtw Announces 2012 Scribe Award Nominees and Grandmaster

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The International Association of Media Tie-In Writers co-founders Lee Goldberg & Max Allan Collins are pleased to announce the 2012 nominees for the Scribe Award, honoring excellence in media tie-in writing, and the naming of author Kevin J. Anderson as this year’s Grandmaster for his lifetime achievement in the field.

Anderson is the author of more than one hundred novels, adding up to over 20 million books in print in thirty languages. His work includes the Star Wars “Jedi Academy” books, three internationally bestselling X-Files hardcovers, the Superman novels The Last Days Of Krypton and Enemies & Allies, many novelizations (Sky Captain & The World Of Tomorrow, League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, etc.) and, of course, the ten globally bestselling Dune novels he has co-authored with Brian Herbert.

He has won or been nominated for numerous prestigious honors, including the Nebula Award, the Bram Stoker Award, and a New York Times Notable Book prize…and
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Justified’s Walton Goggins to Guest Star on ‘Unsupervised’

As if Gary and Joel’s innocent ways weren’t already under attack by bad influences, rival high schools and even lice (last week), Unsupervised is opening its doors to Emmy-nominated actor, Walton Goggins, (The Shield), who guest stars in this week’s episode, 107: The Magic of Science. It’s science fair time and the boys look to a psychic named Bruce Lindsay to help them out. The episode is written by John Carcieri and David Hornsby.

Goggins is no stranger to doing voice work having recorded for the 1996 PC classic video game, Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom and for The Shield video game, which was released in 2007. Goggins can be currently seen each week on Justified playing opposite Timothy Olyphant as the calculated and evil Boyd Crowder. Goggins will also be seen in several 2012 films including G.I. Joe: Retaliation as Warden Nigel James, Officer Down, Wells A.
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Arthouse Audit: 'Get Low' Gets Up

In its third weekend in theaters, Get Low claimed the top gross among limited releases, interrupting The Girl Who Played with Fire's reign. Among new releases, Bollywood movie Peepli Live led the way, while Sundance winner Animal Kingdom had a tame launch. More than doubling its theater count to 53, Get Low was up 72 percent to $376,781, ranking 19th on the overall weekend chart. The Robert Duvall-Bill Murray comedy had a decent $7,109 per theater average and has thus far made $826,013. The Girl Who Played with Fire may have been knocked down a notch, but it still held well, off just 23 percent to $365,484 at 166 locations. Through its sixth weekend, the sequel to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo has earned $5.2 million. Peepli Live finished in third place among limited releases, debuting to $350,054 at 64 locations. This was on the lower end for Bollywood movies this summer, trailing Kites, Raajneeti, Raavan and I Hate Luv Storys.
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Neshoba: The Price Of Freedom Q&A Part II: Edgar Ray Killen and the “Mississippi Burning” Murders

Exhuming the bodies of civil rights workers James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner (top); Baptist preacher and convicted murderer Edgar Ray Killen (bottom) Neshoba: The Price Of Freedom Q&A with Filmmakers Micki Dickoff, Tony Pagano: Part I Would you say most people in Mississippi (and in Neshoba County) believe that justice has been served, or…? Is there a "color line" (or perhaps a "political line"?) dividing people in the way they see the outcome of the Killen trial? Dickoff: Many Neshoba Countyans, blacks and whites, are relieved and proud that some measure of justice was meted out in this case. However, some white citizens believe the trial of an 80-year-old man was a waste of time and money and another stain on Mississippi. Ben Chaney sums it up best: “It may take another 50 years before all these people die out” for real change to happen. Race
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Neshoba: The Price Of Freedom: Q&A with Filmmakers Micki Dickoff, Tony Pagano

Directed, produced, and edited by Micki Dickoff and Tony Pagano, Neshoba: The Price of Freedom offers a unique peek into the mind of an unrepentant racist, Edgar Ray Killen. Killen, a Baptist preacher and the leader of a group of Klansmen accused of brutally murdering civil rights workers James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner in Neshoba County, Miss., in June 1964, is the only person ever convicted of the heinous crime known as the "Mississippi Burning" murders. "The tools used to tell the tale (particularly old newsreels, family photos and seldom-seen crime scene and autopsy photos) are masterfully employed," says Ernest Hardy in the L.A. Weekly. "Within the first 15 minutes, Dickoff and Pagano milk tear ducts (iconic newsreel footage of a young Ben Chaney weeping as he sings ‘We Shall Overcome’ at his brother’s funeral has lost none of its power to devastate), and then use that
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Film: Review: Neshoba: The Price Of Freedom

The 1964 murder of civil-rights activists Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner, and James Chaney outside Philadelphia, Mississippi—the seat of Neshoba county—brought the deadly intractability of the segregated South home to many, particularly in the North. Nearly half a century later, Micki Dickoff and Tony Pagano’s documentary Neshoba: The Price Of Freedom, brings it home again with determination, if not much invention. Goodman and Schwerner, both Jewish activists from New York, met up with Chaney, a young but experienced organizer in Mississippi’s African-American community, as part of the Freedom Summer, a concerted effort to register blacks who were ...
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Doc Talk: 'Bright Leaves' and 'Neshoba: The Price of Freedom'

Doc Talk: 'Bright Leaves' and 'Neshoba: The Price of Freedom'
For this week's Doc Talk I'd like to spotlight two highly recommended films involving the South: Ross McElwee's personal ancestry exploration from 2003, Bright Leaves, and Micki Dickoff and Tony Pagano's civil rights film Neshoba: The Price of Freedom, which finally gets a theatrical release this Friday (in NYC; next month it opens in La).

The reason I revisited McElwee's film is primarily because of the recent death of Oscar-winning screen legend Patricia Neal (Hud), who appears briefly in the doc. But it also ended up fitting in somewhat with Neshoba, because both films deal with a Southern history, both concern events that previously inspired fictionalized Hollywood movie plots (Bright Leaf for the former, Mississippi Burning the latter) and both follow modern stories relative to the historical material.

As for Neshoba, aside from the fact that it opens this weekend, I was intrigued about the film's subject matter
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