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Working Hoverboard Can Be Yours For Just $10,000! (Video)
The Movie God   |  

Hendo Hoverboard

Back in March the internet exploded after a video of what appeared to be a real working hoverboard—the wheel-less, floating skateboard made famous by Back to the Future II—surfaced online. The video, as it turned out, was a Funny or Die hoax.

But people just love their Back to the Future technology dreams (I cannot WAIT for one of those fancy pizza rehydrators personally), so it was only a matter of time before the hoverboard showed up again. This time, however, it appears that the hoverboard, which is called the Hendo Hoverboard, actually works…and you can reserve yours for only $10,000.

Click on over to the other side for more and to see a video of the board in action.

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Disney Sets Animated Feature ‘Moana’ For 2016
The Movie God   |  

Disney's Moana

Walt Disney has announced that its 56th animated feature, and next Disney princess feature following the mega-hit Frozen, will be released in late 2016.

The movie, titled Moana, is a CG-animated feature that was originally planned for 2018, but it would appear that Disney decided that was far too long to wait. It will be directed by Disney royalty, Ron Clements and John Musker, who previously wrote and directed The Great Mouse Detective, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Hercules, Treasure Planet, and The Princess and Frog. Clements was nominated for an Academy Award for Treasure Planet, and the duo were both nominated for Oscars for Princess and the Frog.

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Blu-ray Review: The Squad
Adam Frazier   |  

The Squad Blu-ray Review by Adam Frazier

The Squad
Blu-ray l DVD
Director: Jaime Osorio Marquez
Screenwriter: Jaime Osorio Marquez, Tania Cardenas
Cast: Juan David Restrepo, Andrés Castañeda, Mauricio Navas, Mateo Stevel, Daniela Catz, Nelson Camayo, Andres Torres, Juan Pablo Barragan
Scream Factory
Rated R | 100 Minutes
Release Date: October 21, 2014

“Something is out there.”

Directed by Jaime Osorio Marquez, The Squad (El Páramo) is a 2011 survival horror film about an anti-guerrilla commando unit sent to investigate an abandoned military outpost.

All contact with the base has been lost. Almost immediately, Marquez’s film feels like low-budget Colombian adaptation of James Cameron’s Aliens. In this case, the colony on LV-426 is a desolate military base located high in the mountains, shrouded in fog.

When the nine-man squad reaches the outpost, they discover the bloody aftermath of a firefight between government soldiers and rebel guerrillas. And then things start to get weird. The men discover ornaments made of tiny bones hanging from the ceiling and incantations written in blood that translate to, “I command you to stay away by the god of men. Amen.

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James Wan To Direct ‘The Conjuring 2′; WB Pushes Sequel To 2016
eelyajekiM   |  

James Wan

James Wan‘s The Conjuring was a bonafide thriller and critical success, and of course when you have a box office smash that also happens to be an R-rated horror film, studios want to see more — remember Saw. The film also contained various demon-possessed objects like the Annabelle doll which received its own spinoff film, Annabelle — which was also another box office hit.

Considering Wan said he was going to take a break from horror by directing Fast and Furious 7, some wondered when we would make his return to the scare-filled genre. It appears that his break won’t last very long, as it has been confirmed that he will return to direct The Conjuring 2, which is set for a 2016 release.

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Comic Review: Howard Lovecraft and The Three Kingdoms
Waerloga69   |  

Howard Lovecraft and the Three Kingdoms header
Howard Lovecraft and the Three Kingdoms
Series Created by Bruce Brown
Written by Bruce Brown and Dwight L. MacPherson
Art by Renzo Podesta and Thomas Boatwright
Letters by E.T. Dollman
Cover by Rob Corless
Arcana Studios
Release Date: October 21, 2014
Cover Price: $29.95

How often do you see an H.P. Lovecraft or Cthulhu comic that’s made for all ages? Not too often, that’s for sure! But that’s exactly what Howard Lovecraft and the Three Kingdoms delivers to the reader. It’s a trio of tales that brings the darkness to children and adults alike! Do I have your attention now? Read on to find out more!

As I said above, there are three different stories within this graphic novel, all humorous and highly entertaining. The primary character is a young Howard Lovecraft (you probably deduced that from the title) and, as many are, he is a curious, adventurous boy. Unfortunately, he doesn’t have the most stable home life since his father was sent to an asylum. But it is because of that fact that he is exposed to the dark forces that permeate these tales.

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