Black Clover Episode 77 Release Date And Spoilers: Yuno And Noelle’s Match Begins

Black Clover Episode 77 Release Date And Spoilers: Yuno And Noelle’s Match Begins

Mage X has now been introduced and his powers have left everyone wondering how to beat him and ultimately Team K won the match. In this post, I’ll be first giving you my review of what happened in the last episode and then we’ll discuss the spoilers of the Black Clover episode 77 release date […] The post Black Clover Episode 77 Release Date And Spoilers: Yuno And Noelle’s Match Begins appeared first on TheAnimeScrolls.
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Mob Psycho 100 Season 2 Episode 13 Release Date And Spoilers: Boss Fight

Mob Psycho 100 Season 2 Episode 13 Release Date And Spoilers: Boss Fight

Boss has been unveiled and also his story is out there as well and guess who wants to save the Boss? Who else but Mob the good guy. In this post, I’ll be discussing Mob Psycho 100 season 2 episode 13 release date and spoilers. As you know this is a spoiler post so whoever […] The post Mob Psycho 100 Season 2 Episode 13 Release Date And Spoilers: Boss Fight appeared first on TheAnimeScrolls.
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Netflix's Mercy Black Review

Netflix's Mercy Black Review

Owen Egerton’s Mercy Black is a Schrödinger’s Cat of a movie. Is it a realistic horror thriller about homicidal delusions, or is it a supernatural thriller about a malevolent specter? You’ll have to watch the film to find out, but you may not want to, since it’s not particularly good. Daniella Pineda (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom) stars as Marina, a young woman who, fifteen years ago, when she was just a child, stabbed another little girl in the woods. She and her co-conspirator, allegedly, convinced themselves that a fictional spirit named “Mercy Black” demanded a sacrifice, and in exchange all their pain would be taken away. In the years that followed, Mercy Black has become a viral phenomenon a la Slender Man, and Marina has been institutionalized under the care of Dr. Ward (Janeane Garofalo). As the movie begins Marina gets released under the care of her sister, Alice (Elle LaMont, Alita: Battle Angel), and struggles to adjust to “normal” life. Continue reading…
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Child’s Play: Mark Hamill to Voice Chucky in the Reboot

Child’s Play: Mark Hamill to Voice Chucky in the Reboot

Mark Hamill will voice Chucky the killer doll in the upcoming remake of Child’s Play, Orion Pictures announced Saturday. The Star Wars actor joins a cast that includes Aubrey Plaza, Gabriel Bateman and Brian Tyree Henry. Described in the official press release as “a contemporary re-imagining of the 1988 horror classic,” Child’s Play “follows Karen (Plaza), a single mother who gifts her son Andy (Bateman) a Buddi doll, unaware of its more sinister nature.” “We feel incredibly lucky to have an icon creating a new take on an iconic character,” said David Katzenberg, who produces along with Seth Grahame-Smith. “Mark is a gifted actor and celebrated vocal performer, and he’s approached this challenge with incredible energy and commitment.” Continue reading…
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We Saw Godzilla Battle King Ghidorah and It Was Crazy

We Saw Godzilla Battle King Ghidorah and It Was Crazy

Warning! Spoilers for exclusive Godzilla: King of the Monsters footage at WonderCon 2019 below.  In a packed arena at the Anaheim Convention Center, fans eagerly awaited Warner Bros. presentation for its upcoming slate of films. And while there were cheers and applause for Annabelle Comes Home (check out the new trailer) and Shazam! (read our review), the Godzilla footage we saw was… “Something special.” Those words were spoken by Godzilla: King of the Monsters director Michael Dougherty before the footage played. And he was right! Continue reading…
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Bus Simulator for Consoles Is Like Video Game ASMR

Bus Simulator for Consoles Is Like Video Game ASMR

Of the many games I played at PAX East 2019, I didn’t expect Bus Simulator would be one of my favorites, but yet, here we are. Previously available only to PC gamers, Bus Simulator comes to consoles later this year, and I had a chance to try it out here in Boston. I’ve played other simulator games like Farming Simulator and Train Simulator, so I had an inkling of what to expect. If you’re unfamiliar, Bus Simulator is exactly what its name promises, but even more in-depth that it would lead you to believe. Yes, you drive busses. In fact, there are dozens of real-life, officially licensed bus models to drive, but it’s more than just driving from stop to stop. There’s a story here: the fictitious city in which Bus Simulator is set doesn’t have good public transportation. It’s up to you to help rebuild the infrastructure for a thriving public transportation system through–you guessed it–driving busses. Continue reading…
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Our Spoiler-Free Thoughts on Agents of SHIELD's Season 6 Premiere

Our Spoiler-Free Thoughts on Agents of SHIELD's Season 6 Premiere

This is a spoiler-free early review of the Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD Season 6 premiere, which was shown to fans at WonderCon ahead of its May 10 debut. Agents of SHIELD fans at WonderCon got a Marvel-ous treat; not only was the show’s Season 6 premiere date (May 10) announced, they also got an early look at the season opener, which was directed by series star Clark Gregg. If you’ve already caught the Season 6 trailers that Marvel and ABC have been running since January, it’s no spoiler to say that while our beloved Agent Phil Coulson is (as far as we know), truly, officially dead following the events of Season 5, Clark Gregg still shows up on camera, as well as behind it. Coulson appears as a hologram giving Mac leadership advice, but we’re also introduced to a mysterious man in black who shares Coulson’s face but, when challenged that he’s “from SHIELD,” coldly retorts, “never heard of it.” Continue reading…
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Check Out This Tiny N64 Console Dock for Nintendo Switch

Check Out This Tiny N64 Console Dock for Nintendo Switch

Hyperkin, makers of retro and modern gaming peripherals, had its latest old-school homage on display at PAX East 2019 in Boston: the RetroN S64 Console Dock for Nintendo Switch. The tiny Jungle Green N64 has 3 USB ports, as well as USB-C for power and HDMI for TV play. Unlike most docks, Hyperkin’s RetroN S64 Console Dock can be used either as a stand-alone charging dock or as a TV dock. Check out some images of the RetroN S64 Console Dock from PAX East. There’s a toggle button on the RetroN S64 in place of where the cover for the Extension Pak bay on the original N64 is. Pressing the button lets you play in the same way Nintendo’s stand-alone charging dock does, with the added benefit of switching it back to play on the TV. It’s small enough to toss into any bag, making it a great choice for traveling with your Nintendo Switch. Continue reading…
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