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Black Metal Friday: Voidhanger “Through The Holocaust Of Optimism” (Exclusive Stream)
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Blackened death/thrash unit Voidhanger have contributed 3 brand new slices of brutality to an upcoming split with fellow miscreants Witchmaster. The collaboration is called Razing the Shrines of Optimism and it hit the streets in December via the Third Eye Temple label.

We here at Geeks of Doom are proud to be able to present to you, on this Black Metal Friday, an exclusive stream of the closing track of Voidhanger’s side of the album. This is “Through the Holocaust of Optimism.” Crank it up and enjoy.

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The Drill Down 457: The Drill Bits Awards 2016
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TDD Drill Bits Award

This week, we put current news aside in order to review the annus horribilis that was 2016, and this year, we’re doing something a little different. Instead of merely having a stack-ranked list of top news of the year, we’re gonna make tech news compete for awards, affectionately called The Drill Bits. So put on your tuxes, get in the limo, and roll out the red carpet, ‘cause the show’s about to begin!

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Leaving Netflix Streaming: January 2017
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While finding out what’s new to Netflix streaming each month is always exciting, those titles will be available for a while. There’s no rush to watch them immediately. You can chill whenever you choose.

On the other end is the far less exciting list of what’s leaving Netflix soon. A list that adds a ticking clock to a bunch of titles you may have been planning on watching. Below you’ll find the Leaving Netflix list for January 2017, so you can binge anything you’ve been meaning to watch before it disappears.

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‘Star Wars: The Old Republic’ Players Pay Their Respects To Carrie Fisher (Videos)
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Star Wars: The Old Republic Players Gather At Castle Organa

Fans of Carrie Fisher have been mourning the loss of the actress in various ways, such as attending lightsaber vigils.

For some gamers, there was no need to go anywhere in the real world. Many people who play the massively multiplayer online role-playing game Star Wars: The Old Republic jumped into that game world, and visited Castle Organa—the ancestral home of House Organa, including Fisher’s Princess Leia, located on the Apalis Coast of the planet Alderaan—to pay their respects. One player even created a character that looks like Leia to be there for the many visiting fans. And some of the players’ characters were considered enemies to House Organa, forcing them to fight through NPCs just to join in the memorial, which they did. Friends and enemies alike stood together in honor of the fallen princess.

Below you can find multiple videos of players gathering at Castle Organa.

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HBO To Re-Air Carrie Fisher’s ‘Wishful Drinking’ This Weekend
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Carrie Fisher's Wishful Drinking

Back in 2010 HBO aired a filmed documentary of Wishful Drinking, the late Star Wars star Carrie Fisher‘s autobiographical one-women stage show in which she talks about her life and career. HBO’s special combined the stage show with interviews with family and friends as well as archival footage.

To help celebrate the life of Fisher after her untimely passing earlier this all-around terrible week, HBO has announced that they will be re-airing Wishful Drinking this weekend. The 76-minute special will play this Sunday night, January 1st, at 9PM on the primary HBO channel.

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Ryan Gosling Re-Teams With Damien Chazelle For Neil Armstrong Biopic
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Neil Armstrong

Damien Chazelle‘s La La Land has captivated audiences with its elegant and sunny musical numbers and gorgeous shots of Los Angeles. But now he can look forward to work on a surprising new project that will have him reunite with one of his La La Land stars, which will require far less singing and jazz piano playing.

A new report says Chazelle and Ryan Gosling are set to reunite for an adaptation of James Hansen‘s The First Man: A Life of Neil A. Armstrong, a biopic about astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man who set foot on the moon. More on the story below.

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‘A Monster Calls’ Director J.A. Bayona Talks ‘Jurassic World 2’
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Jurassic World

Recently director J.A. Bayona talked about his latest film, A Monster Calls, as well as his massive upcoming project, a sequel to the 2015 mega-hit Jurassic World simply known at the moment as Jurassic World 2.

For Jurassic World 2, Bayona talked about having fun with the opportunity, complications to overcome, and the surprising direction of the trilogy’s story Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow pitched to him.

Continue reading to see what Bayona had to say.

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New To Netflix Streaming: January 2017
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New To Netflix

A brand new month fast approaches (and in this case, a brand new year). And with this brand new month comes lots of new titles to Netflix’s library of streaming options.

In this edition of New To Netflix, you will find a lengthy list of movies and TV shows coming to the streaming service in January 2017. This includes titles, arrival dates, and whether or not they are Netflix originals.

Continue below for the full list.

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Lightsaber Vigils Held For Carrie Fisher (Videos)
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Carrie Fisher Lightsaber Vigil

After the devastating news that Star Wars star Carrie Fisher, who played Princess Leia in the movies, had passed away, fans have been paying tribute in a number of ways.

One such tribute is not a candlelight vigil, but more fittingly a lightsaber vigil to honor their fallen princess. Lightsaber vigils have been organized in multiple locations, including Downtown Disney at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, CA; the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, TX; and Chattanooga, TN.

Below you can find videos of these various gatherings.

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Actress Debbie Reynolds, Mother Of Carrie Fisher, Has Died
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Debbie Reynolds as Bobbi Adler on Will and Grace

Actress Debbie Reynolds, mother of the late Carrie Fisher, died today after suffering a stroke, according to TMZ, who learned the news from Reynolds’ son Todd Fisher. She was 84.

TMZ reports that Todd Fisher and his mother were at his Beverly Hills home this afternoon making funeral arrangements for his sister when Reynolds fell ill and was taken to the hospital.

Reynolds’ death comes just one day after the passing of her daughter, Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher, who died yesterday at 60 years old. While on a flight from London to Los Angeles on December 23, 2016, Fisher had gone into cardiac arrest and reportedly stopped breathing, and had been in the hospital ICU in the days before her death.

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