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Friday Night Smackdown – Oct 11th 2019: Results & Review

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Welcome to this week’s review of SmackDown, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we another WWE Draft, because Vince McMahon never learns. Maybe this time will be different, but I doubt it. Okay, let’s jump into the madness before I get cold feet/a clue.

Match #1: Seth Rollins def. Roman Reigns (Disqualification) The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

Universal Champion Seth Rollins (representing Raw) and Roman Reigns (representing SmackDown) collided to kick off Friday Night SmackDown with the winner earning the first overall pick in the WWE Draft for the brand he was representing. Being so familiar with each other’s arsenals, the two felt each other out in the early goings until tempers began to flare, at which point the two Superstars just flat out started throwing haymakers. In the critical moments, The Architect seemingly had The Big Dog bested when he
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Exclusive Clip from The Pining Features a Sinister Surprise

When you're sleeping in your own bed, you never want to wake up to disturbing sounds from the other room, but that's exactly what happens to one unfortunate individual in our exclusive clip from the new horror movie The Pining.

Below, you can watch our exclusive clip from The Pining, which is out now on Amazon Prime:

"In the tradition of The Exorcist and End of Days comes a paranormal whodunnit that pits a detective, priest and photographer against unexplainable evil. From director Eduardo Castrillo, and starring Tom Sizemore, Miguel A. Nunez Jr and Stranger ThingsJackie Dallas , The Pining available this August on Amazon Prime.

When members of a therapy group start dying under mysterious circumstances, A hardboiled detective is forced to reopen a cold case. Her only leads are a burnt-out priest and a handicapped photographer, who seem to know more than what is in their police statements.
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Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition arrives on Switch this September

Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition is already available on Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC but today, Thq has announced that it will release on the Nintendo Switch on 26th September. This will be a great opportunity for Switch owners to experience the story of the Horseman. A new announcement trailer is available to watch below…

Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition sees players take the role of Death, the second Horseman of the Apocalypse, who has been awakened by the End of Days. It will be up to Death to set out on a quest to save the Earth and redeem his brother’s name.

The Switch edition of Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition will feature:

Become the most feared of the legendary Four Horsemen, take his powers and battle forces beyond Heaven and Hell.Epic Universe delivered in the unique style of Joe Mad.Customise your experience with varied armor sets, weapons and Skill Trees.
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WWE Raw – April 22nd 2019: Results & Review

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Welcome to this week’s Monday Night Raw review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have more confusion from the WWE Draft/Super-Star Shake-Up/if they give it another name I’ll be pissed off. Let’s see if the build for the Money In The Bank Pay Per View gets enough time to sell itself on Raw.

Match #1: Aj Styles def. United States Champion Samoa Joe and Rey Mysterio to advance to Raw’s main event The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

It was only a matter of time until Aj Styles found himself in the mix for the Universal Title once he jumped ship to Raw, but the speed at which The Phenomenal One has maneuvered into contention for Team Red’s top title is impressive even by his standards: Thanks to a Triple Threat victory over Samoa Joe and Rey Mysterio,
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Neil Gaiman’s ‘Good Omens’ To Celebrate Armageddon At SXSW With Multiple Events

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Amazon Prime Video is bringing the end of the world to SXSW and I feel fine. Neil Gaiman’s forthcoming limited series Good Omens is ready to celebrate the apocalypse at the Austin-based confab with multiple events starting March 8, the opening weekend of the fest.

Based on the novel, Good Omens is set to debut on the streaming service May 31, but SXSW attendees can experience the series in all its apocalyptic glory in Austin. Activities will include appearances and conversations with the show’s executive producer Gaiman (who also wrote the book), director and executive producer Douglas Mackinnon, as well as series stars Michael Sheen, David Tennant and Jon Hamm.

In the spirit of immersive SXSW activations and events like last year’s Westworld and Ready Player One setups, Good Omens will have plenty of Armageddon fun for everyone. From March 8-11, the “Good Omens Garden of Earthly Delights,” will
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The B-Side – Arnold Schwarzenegger

Welcome to The B-Side, a new podcast from The Film Stage. Here we explore movies starring established stars that flopped at the box office, have been forgotten by time, or remain hidden gems. These aren’t the films that made them famous or kept them famous. These are the other ones. So strap in and listen close as we dive into the big swings and big misses from some of the biggest names in the business. In the latest episode, Dan Mecca is joined by podcast producer Conor O’Donnell and Cory Everett, creator of Cinephile: A Card Game (coming out summer 2019), to discuss the b-sides of Arnold Schwarzenegger.

The films discussed include End Of Days, The 6th Day and Collateral Damage. Plenty more is explored, including Barbra Streisand’s cloned dogs (for real), that embarrassing final line in The World Is Not Enough, and those unforgettable puns from Batman & Robin.
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Hulu schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in August 2018

Hulu has confirmed that several of its original series will be debuting new episodes on the streaming service in August, including more installments in the first season of the critically acclaimed Stephen King thriller “Castle Rock” as well as more of season 2 of the costume drama “Harlots” and season 4 of the comedy “Casual.” And there will also be new to Hulu seasons of some of your favorites from other networks, including season 3 of “Insecure” and season 4 of “Ballers.”

Likewise, there will be plenty of movies making their first Hulu appearances including the Oscar-winning “Leaving Las Vegas” and “Lost in Translation” and the recent nominee “Baby Driver.”

See Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in August

Available August 1

A Conspiracy to Rule: The Illuminati

American Gigolo

American Ninja

American Ninja III: Blood Hunt


Be Cool

The Beatles: Made on Merseyside

Black Hawk Down

Black Mask

Black Rain
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Character actor Derrick O’Connor who played villain in 'Lethal Weapon 2' dies aged 77

Character actor Derrick O’Connor who played villain in 'Lethal Weapon 2' dies aged 77
Irish-born stage, film and TV actor’s credits included Brazil, The Sweeney.

Derrick O’Connor, the Irish character actor who played the villain Pieter Vorstedt in Lethal Weapon 2, has died in Santa Barbara, California, from pneumonia. He was 77.

O’Connor was born in Dublin in 1941 and grew up in London. He had lived in the United States since 1990 and most recently lived in the Santa Ynez Valley, north of Santa Barbara, with his wife Mimi.

O’Connor was perhaps best known in the UK and Australia for starring roles in TV shows Stringer, Fox, The Sweeney, and Knockback, and
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Derrick O’Connor Dies: ‘Lethal Weapon 2’, ‘End Of Days’ Actor Was 77

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Derrick O’Connor Dies: ‘Lethal Weapon 2’, ‘End Of Days’ Actor Was 77
Irish character actor Derrick O’Connor, who portrayed the villain in Lethal Weapon 2 and appeared in three of Terry Gilliam’s films among numerous other credits, has died. O’Connor died Friday of pneumonia in Santa Barbara, his publicist Jane Ayer announced. He was 77.

O’Connor’s decades-long career included memorable film performances in Lethal Weapon 2, roles in Gilliam’s films Time Bandits, Brazil and Jabberwocky, as Thomas Aquinas opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in End of Days, as an aspiring buccaneer in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest and in John Boorman’s Hope and Glory.

Widely regarded as a superb actor, O’Connor was noted for often paring down – or fully eliminating – his lines in a scene in order to emphasize the physical aspects of his role – a skill that earned him the admiration of many who directed him, especially Terry Gilliam. In Gilliam’s Time Bandits,
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Irish Character Actor Derrick O’Connor Dies at 77

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Irish Character Actor Derrick O’Connor Dies at 77
Versatile Irish character actor Derrick O’Connor died from pneumonia on June 29 in Santa Barbara, Calif. He was 77.

O’Connor was born in Dublin and raised in London. He had lived in the U.S. since 1990 and was most recently living in the Santa Ynez Valley, north of Santa Barbara with his wife, Mimi.

The actor starred in three of director Terry Gilliam’s films: “Time Bandits,” “Brazil,” and “Jabberwocky.” He played the villain Pieter Vorstedt in “Lethal Weapon 2” and worked opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in “End of Days.”

He also appeared in John Boorman’s “Hope and Glory and “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest.” One of his first movie roles came in the 1973 British science-fiction film “The Final Programme.”

His notable U.S. television appearances include “Alias,” “Carnivale,” “Tracey Takes On,” “Monk,” “Murder, She Wrote,” and “Ghost.” In the U.K. and Australia, he was best
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Derrick O'Connor, Villain in 'Lethal Weapon 2,' Dies at 77

Derrick O'Connor, Villain in 'Lethal Weapon 2,' Dies at 77
Derrick O'Connor, the respected character actor who portrayed a vicious South African bad guy in Lethal Weapon 2 and appeared in three films for Terry Gilliam, has died. He was 77.

O'Connor died Friday of pneumonia in Santa Barbara, publicist Jane Ayer announced.

A native of Ireland, O'Connor also stood out as Sarah Miles' neighbor Mac in John Boorman's autobiographical World War II period piece Hope and Glory (1987).

He also played the theologian Thomas Aquinas opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in End of Days (1999); Father Everett, a blind superhero's confidante, in Daredevil (2003); and an aspiring buccaneer in ...
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‘Penny Dreadful #7′ Review

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Written by Chris King | Art by Jesus Hervas | Published by Titan Comics

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, you’ll be hard pressed to find a more faithful adaptation of a property from one medium to another. Apart from the fact Penny Dreadful works incredibly well in comic book form anyway, having always been a very visual show, these issues could be happily used as the storyboards for the TV show. It obviously helps that one of the creative guiding lights of the sow, Chris King, is the writer and ‘show runner’ for this title. He does a superb job and, as a huge fan of the show, I couldn’t be more impressed with how this book has been planned and published.

Last issue was ridiculously good, as the imminent End of Days provided a backdrop for a whole lot of story developments. The quick version is,
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A Future of ‘Flatliners’: 5 Bad ’90s Movies That Hollywood Should Remake for Millennials

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A Future of ‘Flatliners’: 5 Bad ’90s Movies That Hollywood Should Remake for Millennials
This Friday will see the release of a horror film called “Flatliners,” a movie title that should be instantly familiar to anyone who spent the ’90s trawling the shelves of their local video store in search of something — anything — to watch that weekend. Perhaps best remembered as the crusty VHS that was always sandwiched between “The Fisher King” and “Fried Green Tomatoes,” the original “Flatliners” was an asinine but atmospheric psychological horror thing that starred Kiefer Sutherland, Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon, Oliver Platt, and Billy Baldwin as foolhardy med students who start experimenting with life after death. Nothing goes wrong and they all live happily ever after.

Now, perhaps motivated by the fact that the mere act of making a movie in 2017 feels like an experiment with life after death, Hollywood is about to unleash a remake starring Ellen Page, Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, James Norton, and Kiersey Clemons. Directed by Niels Arden Oplev,
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‘Penny Dreadful #5′ Review (Titan Comics)

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Written by Chris King | Art by Jesus Hervas | Published by Titan Comics

Two months after the last issue, the one that finished the first story arc and directly led into this new one, we’ve had time to catch our breath a little. Usually these days we lament the lack of content in some comics, with twenty odd pages you can read in five minutes. Penny Dreadful almost had the exact opposite problem, cramming in perhaps several issues worth of story into just four. It all added to the sense of fun though, events happening at breakneck speed. If the new story arc is just half as entertaining as the last we are in for a treat.

The last issue left us with several huge bombshells. Lucifer basically won, and has been reborn in London. Sir Malcolm, in the process of trying to defeat him, has apparently been killed (I
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Jennifer Lawrence Blames Irma and Harvey Hurricanes on Trump Voters

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Jennifer Lawrence Blames Irma and Harvey Hurricanes on Trump Voters
Get your gas cans and pitchforks ready, another Hollywood actress has said something that is causing controversy, and at least half of America isn't going to like it. Though whether or not it will get her new movie Mother! boycotted is a whole other question. While promoting the upcoming fall release, a new thriller from acclaimed director Darren Aronofsky, Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence decided to get quasi-political and say something she'll probably regret by the end of the day if she doesn't already. She full-on blamed Trump voters for back-to-back hurricanes Irma and Harvey. Perhaps not the best thing to do in this social climate.

The statement in itself is ridiculous. Voting for any President does not make the waters rage and the ocean swell, and winds start to whip at unfathomable speeds. That's pure witchcraft. And it's a little shameful considering the mass destruction that has happened all across Houston and other parts of Texas,
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The Best Movies About the End of the World, From ‘Melancholia’ to ‘Dr. Strangelove’

The Best Movies About the End of the World, From ‘Melancholia’ to ‘Dr. Strangelove’
Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of film and TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Monday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best film in theaters right now?”, can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: Apropos of absolutely nothing (and definitely not in response to a certain world leader taking disastrous steps towards dooming the environment of the only inhabitable planet we have), what is the best film about the end of the world?

Erin Whitney (@Cinemabite), ScreenCrush

It’s a hard tie between “Melancholia” and “Take Shelter.” One is a devastating meditation on depression, isolation and death, and the other is a dramatic masterpiece that evokes the dread and anxiety of a looming end. They’re very different films (and coincidentally opened within months of each other), but both end on final shots that left me breathless.
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Last Man on Earth Renewed at Fox

Last Man on Earth Renewed at Fox
Apocalypse, whew.

After sweating it out on the bubble for months, Will Forte’s modestly rated End of Days comedy Last Man on Earth has been renewed for a fourth season at Fox, TVLine has confirmed.

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

The pickup ensures that Last Man will not end its run on a cliffhanger, or as Forte called it, “The worst last episode of a show ever.” Quick refresh: Last Sunday’s Season 3 finale concluded with Kristen Wiig’s Pamela showing up amid a nuclear meltdown and whacking
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Entertainment or Propaganda? A Brief and Critical Look at 'Christian Films'

Christian movies: Starring Nicolas Cage, the widely panned 2014 apocalyptic thriller 'Left Behind' was a box office bomb – unlike (relatively) recent popular 'faith movies' such as 'Heaven Is for Real,' 'Son of God' and 'War Room.' A thought on the New Christian American Cinema: Tired of the blatant propaganda found in 'mainstream' Christian movies Two films that might be called “Christian movies” opened last week, and I decided that I wouldn't watch them, write about them, or review them – at least directly. I'm not even going to mention their titles here because I don't promote propaganda films, and that's what this recent advent of Christian movies has become: propaganda. After all, since nearly all American cinema is Christian cinema, the New Christian American Cinema is in fact pure propaganda – not cinema. Worse yet, it bores me. So, here's the thing about what we've come to call
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“I’m old, not obsolete” – Where did the 80’s Action Heroes go?

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Author: Matt Rodgers

Growing up in the UK’s equivalent of The Shire meant that access to the escapism of video rentals was something as distant as The Misty Mountains. The arrival of a man who looked like Stanley Uris from Stephen King’s It, driving a van that was filled to the rafters with VHS, and which glowed like the Pulp Fiction briefcase when opened, introduced me to a roll-call of the 80s Action Heroes. Monosyllabic men, who quipped their way through bullets and bodies. The first plastic case to cross my sweaty palms featured a muscular fellow, holding a gun, against a colourful heatmap backdrop. It was Predator, and that was a long time ago.

About where things began to change for the real expendables is hard to pinpoint. Why did these one-time box-office giants; Schwarzenegger, Stallone, Van-Damme, and to a lesser degree Lundgren, suddenly find their powers diminishing?
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Marvel's Inhumans: Serinda Swan to Play Medusa on New ABC Series

Marvel's Inhumans: Serinda Swan to Play Medusa on New ABC Series
Things are about to get hairy for Graceland alum Serinda Swan, who has been cast as Medusa in ABC’s upcoming Marvel’s Inhumans series.

RelatedMarvel’s Inhumans: Anson Mount Cast in ABC Series’ Lead Role

In the never-before-told story of the royal family, Medusa is the Queen of the Inhumans and wife of Black Bolt (played by Hell on WheelsAnson Mount), serving as his most trusted advisor. As for her powers, Medusa is a fiercely resilient warrior who has the ability to move and control her hair the way most people use their hands and fingers.

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