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70s Rewind: THE BLACK WINDMILL, Minor Genre Thrills

Will we need 40 years to appreciate fully the wonders of today's "minor" genre fillers? Maybe so, to judge by the flood of films currently releasing in theaters and on streaming services, easily numbering into the hundreds in the U.S. and U.K.. So many films of every stripe are coming ...
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Daily Deals: Up to 40% off Amazon 1-Day Storage and Networking Sale

Triple Your Switch Storage for $10, Preorder Anthem and Get $10 Gift Card, 1TB USB 3.0 Portable Drive for $39.97, 33% off TP-Link AC5400 Tri-Band Gaming Router ...
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Everything Leaving Netflix in March

Ghostbusters, The Real Ghostbusters, Beauty and the Beast, and more - here's everything expiring from Netflix in March ...
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Montana legislator introduces bills to give his state its own science

Enlarge / The Montana State Capitol building, site of a rather unusual hearing. reader comments 79 with 64 posters participating Share this story It's no secret that some of our federal legislators don't have a firm grip on scientific evidence; it only takes watching a session of the House Science ...
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CHOKEHOLD: Trailer And Tour Dates For Indie Action Flick Starring Casper Van Dien And Melissa Croden

Our friends at Ammo Entertainment have been touring Brian Skiba's indie action flick Chokehold this month. The tour will end in New York City on the 28th and though we are a bit behind on the schedule if you are a fan of MMA fighter crossovers into film then you ...
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Get £275 off Alienware Aurora Gaming Desktop w/ GeForce RTX 2080, up to £605 off Alienware Gaming Laptops

Save an extra 12% off Dell gaming PCs, laptops and monitors for a limited time only ...
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Daily Deals: Preorder Anthem, Get $10 Walmart Gift Card

Xbox One Wireless Controller for $37.62, 65" TCL 65R617 4K Roku TV for $830, $10 off Xbox Live Gold, 27" Dell S2716DG 1440p 1ms 144Hz Gaming Monitor ...
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The McLaren 600LT Spider: A lighter, more focused track supercar

Jonathan Gitlin reader comments 9 with 8 posters participating Share this story Although we make every effort to cover our own travel costs, in this case McLaren flew us to Phoenix to drive the 600LT (and the 720S Spider; more on that next week) and provided two nights in a ...
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Notes on Streaming: DOOM PATROL Intrigues, THE UMBRELLA ACADEMY Exhausts

In this week's edition: superheroes gone wrong, in more ways than the obvious, and a marriage that cracked. Doom PatrolNow streaming on DC Universe. Filled with an overabundance of origin stories, the pilot episode of Doom Patrol nonetheless feels like it knows its place in the burgeoning DC Universe and ...
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Dell 72 Hour Flash Sale – 12% off Gaming Laptops, Desktops and Monitors with Code

Save an extra 12% off Dell gaming PCs, laptops and monitors for 72 hours only ...
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Another blow to Blu-ray: Samsung will no longer make Blu-ray players for the US

reader comments 168 with 102 posters participating Share this story Samsung's UBS-K8500, introduced in 2015, was positioned as the world's first UltraHD, 4K Blu-ray player. Here it is at IFA 2015. Mark Walton The port situation was minimal. Mark Walton It hasn't been that long since the market for these ...
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Review: THE WANDERING EARTH Is A Rousing Space Adventure

Mainland China may not be known for its high concept science fiction, but it's not for fear of spending millions of dollars on films. Over the last 50 years, China has produced some of the most impressive period action and drama films anywhere in the world. Filmmakers like Zhang Yimou, ...
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Dance Your PhD’s 2018 winner mixes superconductivity and swing dancing

reader comments 1 with 1 posters participating Share this story Cooper pairs and impurities come to life in a superconductor and dance their little particle hearts out in Pramodh Yapa's "Superconductivity: The Musical." Pairs of swing-dancing electrons do the Lindy Hop in "Superconductivity: The Musical," the winning video for this ...
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Review: ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL Soars Amid Forgivable Derivations

In the beginning, this is what we know about Alita:  Though initially a recovered discarded husk of mechanized shoulders and head, she’s just a confused and self-conscious teenage girl.  There’s a lot she doesn’t know about herself nor the world she’s found herself in.  Should she distrust her father figure?  ...
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Welcome to the cyber world: The real-world tech behind Alita: Battle Angel

Enlarge / The futuristic cyborg world depicted in Alita: Battle Angel has some promising real-world analogues. reader comments 31 with 22 posters participating Share this story The CGI-heavy cinematic world of Alita: Battle Angel, the big-screen adaptation of Yukito Kishiro's popular manga series Gunnm, is chock-full of the kinds of cyberpunk toys ...
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Friday One Sheet: TEEN SPIRIT

Even after the Pink Explosion of Key Art in 2017, I still find the colour endearing in all its forms in movie poster design. Case in point is the one sheet for Max Minghella's Teen Spirit, which features a fuchsia glow on the perfect skin of Elle Fanning as she ...
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Star Wars: Ep. 9 Finishes Filming, J.J. Abrams Posts Set Photo

Director J.J. Abrams tweeted Friday that Star Wars: Episode IX has wrapped filming, and posted a photo from the set featuring Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, and Oscar Isaac ...
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The Best Laptop Deals of 2019 – Dell GeForce GTX 1050 Laptop for $579

The Best Dell, Alienware, MSI, Asus, Lenovo, HP, and Acer Laptop Deals from Amazon, Walmart, and More ...
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Review: Star Trek Discovery’s Latest Surprise

Review: It's The Wrath of Shrooms as Star Trek: Discovery ties up a couple of loose story threads in a trippy episode ...
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Shell buys Sonnen, Tesla’s competitor in the home battery business

Enlarge / An employee working for the manufacturer of solar batteries, Sonnen GmbH, in the Bavarian village Wildpoldsried, southern Germany, is pictured on July 5, 2016. CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP/Getty Images reader comments 48 with 34 posters participating Share this story On Friday, oil major Royal Dutch Shell and German energy storage ...
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ILL: A New Extreme Body Horror Anthology is Coming From TRAUMA, A TASTE OF PHOBIA and SCARS OF XAVIER Directors

A new extreme body horror anthology called Ill was announced the other day. We caught wind of it when my friend Lucio A. Rojas, director of last year's extreme horror offering Trauma, sent me the announcement. After I harranged him online for not coming to me first he ponied up ...
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Review: Star Trek: Discovery Gets Trippy

Review: It's The Wrath of Shrooms as Star Trek: Discovery ties up a couple of loose story threads in a trippy episode ...
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Gambling, porn, and piracy on iOS: Apple’s enterprise certificate woes continue

Enlarge / Apps on an iPhone X. Samuel Axon reader comments 34 with 24 posters participating Share this story Rival tech giants like Google and Facebook aren’t the only companies abusing Apple’s enterprise certifications to distribute unapproved apps in the Apple App Store on iOS, according to reports from Reuters ...
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