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Supergirl Season 2 Episode 17 Review: Distant Sun

Lois Lane killed Hercules!

Well, sort of. Actually Rhea killed her husband, Lar Gand, on Supergirl Season 2 Episode 17, but honestly, who didn't see that coming?

Rhea is crazy, and she's clearly willing to do anything to get her son back. 

Well, I guess it is safe to say Mon-El is no longer the Prince of Daxam. Daddy's dead, so that makes him the king. Not that he has any interest in claiming his throne.

So far Rhea's unwilling to kill Mon-El, despite the fact that he is against her. It begs the question: why does she care so much?

Does she really, truly love him and this is her twisted way of showing it? Or is there another motive behind her insistence he returns to Daxam?

I understand that Rhea wants to save her home planet and get things back to the way they were, but why can't she do that herself?
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Bounty Hunter Dlc released for Uncharted 4

Naughty Dog has released the latest multiplayer Dlc for the hit adventure game, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. This latest Dlc, titled Bounty Hunters, introduces new tools to capture and create your own gameplay videos, a new objective game mode, new weapons and a new map.

The new game mode is Bounty Hunter which sees two teams compete to reach a set score by collecting bounties from opponents. When a player is taken down they drop a 10 point bounty which must be collected before the enemy can ‘save’ it first. During the battle each team will randomly have a captain selected who, when shot, will yield between 60-120 points. However, these points take time to collect meaning players must work together to give their team time to collect or ‘save’ the points.

The Bounty Hunter update has introduced a plethora of new weapons and boosters as well as a new mystical item,
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‘Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #2.5′ Review

  • Nerdly
Written by Nick Abadzis | Art by Elena Casagrande | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp

If I said I have been a little disappointed so far by Nick Abadzis’s run on this book that would probably be a little harsh. It’s not a bad book at all, but for me it has at times just been lacking a spark, that little touch of creativeness that makes a book jump from the ‘read later’ pile to the top of the ‘read now’ pile. His characters sound and act right, but the stories for me just haven’t done them justice so far.

The Tenth Doctor #2.5 follows right on from the dramatic events of last month. The Doctor and companion Gabby have found themselves waaaay back in Earth’s prehistory (hats off to Nick Abadzis for using a locale rarely featured in Doctor Who mythology) where they have fallen into a somewhat bizarre situation.
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Toy Review Tuesday: Bring on The Bounty Hunters

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The Bounty Hunters of the Star Wars galaxy have invaded this week's episode of Toy Review Tuesday, as we take a look at the latest figures from The Black Series line, as we gear up for Force Friday.  Come inside to check it out!

As a toy collector, sometimes things can be really frustrating, especially since distribution has been a problem for this line in the area I live in. I like the hunt but if a product doesn't make it to the stores, how are we supposed to find it? Luckily at a swap meet this weekend, I was able to find some of the Star Wars The Black Series figures I'd been on the prowl for.  

With Force Friday right around the corner I guess it's time for me to get back onboard for this line, so today's reviews are all about the Bounty Hunters

Toy Review Tuesday
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Trailer Park: The Night Crew are Masterminds with Goosebumps

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Welcome to the latest installment of Trailer Park, our (semi) regular look at the latest trailers to hit the interwebs. This weeks line-up features a bevy of the latest movie trailers including: Masterminds, Creed, London Has Fallen, The Transporter Refueled, Precinct Seven Five, Marshland, Goosebumps, the new Comic-Con trailer for The Man From Uncle, Trainwreck, Kung-Fu Panda 3, The Night Crew and the “final” trailer for Fantastic Four…

Masterminds

Masterminds tells the hilarious true story of David Ghantt (Zach Galifianakis) a half-brained driver at an armoured car company who is led astray by his flirtatious work crush Kelly (Kristen Wiig). Kelly and her buddy Steve (Owen Wilson) convince David to do an inside job, and to everyone’s surprise he manages to pull off one of the biggest bank heists in Us History! With Steve conspicuously flashing the cash and the FBI closing in on them the plan starts to go south,
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New Transformers 4 Major Autobot And Additional Plot Spoilers Revealed By Director

As previously reported, the Bleedingcool.com folks revealed some new,major spoiler intel for the huge,upcoming "Transformers 4: Age Of Extinction" hardcore,action flick. In this segment, some major storyline/plot details were revealed from an interview that director, Michael Bay, recently gave. In their news report, they described how the plot spoiler interview went, like this: "There is an accident, and Yeager is suddenly under scrutiny from both the government and also from “alien bounty hunters,” something Bay did not explain any further. When asked about the ties between mercenary bots and Decepticons, Bay also declined to go into further detail. Then there is a glimpse of a different sort of action for the movie, antigravity. The bounty hunters come to Cade’s farm with the intention to abduct his daughter via a gravitational attraction, and lock her up. There’s also a scene that was reportedly shown to the Omelete reporters,
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New Transformers 4,Age Of Extinction Opening Plot Spoilers Revealed

New Transformers 4,Age Of Extinction opening plot spoilers revealed. Recently, some new,opening plot spoilers for the upcoming "Transformers 4: Age Of Extinction" hardcore action flick, has shown up,via Movieweb.com, and they sound pretty interesting as they describe main star ,Mark Wahlberg' character history and involvement with the Transformers. His movie daughter, Tessa, gets kidnapped to start off the drama of the plot, and more. Here's what they had to say: " Four years after the Battle of Chicago, the government is using reverse-engineered leftover technology to build their own Transformers. Joshua (Stanley Tucci) is an arrogant designer who believes the Autobots are “pieces of junk” and creating his own robots is a form of art. He’s fills basically the same role as Agent Simmons (John Turturro) from the previous trilogy. Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) is a widowed inventor who lives on a farm with his
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Transformers: Age of Extinction Possible Plot Spoilers Revealed

Transformers: Age of Extinction Possible Plot Spoilers Revealed
Fans will get their first glimpse of Transformers: Age of Extinction footage during Super Bowl Xlviii, but in the meantime, new plot details have surfaced from the Brazilian website Omelete. The information below does contain some information we already knew, such as the sequel taking place four years after Transformers: Dark of the Moon and Mark Wahlberg's Cade Yeager discovering Transformers technology. However, we learn a lot more about the characters and their place in the story, including a reveal for Stanley Tucci's character Joshua, and more about Cade, Nicola Peltz's Tessa Yeager, Jack Reynor's Shane, Kelsey Grammer's Harold Attinger, Sophia Myles' Darcy and Titus Welliver's Savoy.

There will be plot spoilers below, so read on at your own risk!

"Four years after the Battle of Chicago, the government is using reverse-engineered leftover technology to build their own Transformers. Joshua (Stanley Tucci) is
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Possible Spoilers: Transformers: Age Of Extinction Plot Points

Via the Brazilian site, Omelete, we have new exciting details on the much anticipated Transformers: Age of Extinction. ''Four years after the Battle of Chicago, the government is using reverse-engineered leftover technology to build their own Transformers. Joshua (Stanley Tucci) is an arrogant designer who believes the Autobots are "pieces of junk" and creating his own robots is a form of art. He's fills basically the same role as Agent Simmons from the previous trilogy. Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) is a widowed inventor who lives in a farm with his daughter Tessa (Nicola Peltz), unaware that she's dating a race car driver, Shane (Jack Reynor). Cade finds a piece of Cybertronian technology and takes it back to his farm, but it is accidentally activated, leading the government and alien bounty hunters to his farm. The bounty hunters (it's unclear if they're connected to the Decepticons) have antigravity weapons which they
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Zack Snyder's 'Star Wars' Movie: A Quick Primer

Zack Snyder's 'Star Wars' Movie: A Quick Primer
Yesterday sure was a crazy day, wasn't it, folks? First, we get to (maybe) news that Zack Snyder, the often maligned director of "Watchmen" and "Man of Steel," would direct a stand-alone "Star Wars" movie, based loosely on Akira Kurosawa's "Seven Samurai." Awesome, right? You're moving too quickly.

Not so fast, you nerf herder. Snyder's reps were quick to reply to Vulture's original report, claiming that the director is "not involved in any way with the new 'Star Wars.'" This reaction is more or less just a reflex for Hollywood publicists, who have no qualms about lying in order to protect an in-the-works deal.

So what's really going on? Vulture initially broke the news on Michael Arndt writing a treatment for the new "Star Wars" trilogy, so they have set a precedent for having some inside line on the franchise. Plus, we won't hear anything from Snyder's
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Star Wars Bounty Hunters

The few. The proud. The bounty hunters. Countless offer their services as a gun-for-hire across the cosmos, but only a handful will ever reach legendary status. Individuals like Greedo immediately come to mind as chumps who could never fill the shoes of a Fett. The Rodian bounty hunter was rash and foolish, and the result was a blaster to the chest from close range. This list of bounty hunters would never make such a novice error (okay, maybe some have from time-to-time) and that's what allows them to stand out from the competition and have their names whispered in horror from system to system.

Boba Fett is the most popular of the batch, but is he truly the best there is?

The Star Wars universe is a big place, so obviously a handful of bounty hunters didn't make the cut. If your favorite didn't make the list, let us know!
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Book Review: Where Darkness Dwells by Glen Krisch

Where Darkness Dwells by Glen R. Krisch

(Kindle Edition)

During a hot summer night in 1934, tragedy strikes when two local boys search for the truth behind a local legend. They stumble upon the Underground, a network of uncharted caverns just below the surface of Coal Hollow. Time holds no sway in the Underground. People no longer age and their wounds heal as if by magic. By morning, one boy is murdered, while the other never returns home.

The Underground is hidden for a reason. Certain locals want to keep their lair secret, no matter the cost.

After learning a long-held family secret, Theodore Cooper is set adrift. Once well off and set in his ways, he is no longer sure of his role in society. He leaves his comfortable life in Chicago to tramp the countryside, searching for meaning in this new context. During his travels, he’s drawn to
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DVD Releases 7/13/10

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The Bounty Hunter: "It used to be that a Hollywood Movie Star was a pitch man for his or her own movie. They would stand by their work, and their image was supposed to represent the quality of that work. It seems the opposite now. The Bounty Hunters doesn't have the "Jennifer Aniston Stamp of Approval." Her name is there to dupe you into seeing it. The Hollywood Movie believes that all a movie needs is his or her name attached to it. It's a system borne out of complete and baffling arrogance. There's an expectation on their part that an audience will follow them anywhere, and that the final product is moot. It's their name they're selling, and not the movie. And if the Hollywood Movie Star system is, in fact, broken, it's not the audience's fault, it's the Hollywood Movie Star's fault for believing that we would
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Star Wars: The Clone Wars is back: Rise Of The Bounty Hunters Oct. 2

The second season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars launches, and the Rise of the Bounty Hunters Begins, all on Cartoon Network. It's a special, hour-long event that features ruthless Cad Bane, as bounty hunters and merciless mercenaries hijack the series' spotlight in "Holocron Heist" and "Cargo of Doom" in the one-hour premiere of Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Rise Of The Bounty Hunters, airing at 8:00 p.m. Et/Pt Friday, October 2nd on Cartoon Network. The Premise: Introduced in the first season's explosive finale, Bane returns for more mischief and mayhem - and he's bringing his impressive arsenal to bear on the very heart of the Republic itself. Hired to infiltrate the Jedi Temple and steal
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Rare Movie Alert! James Bond Alumni In "Triple Cross" On TCM Tomorrow

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Turner Classic Movies (North America) is presenting a full day of Yul Brynner films tomorrow. Among them is the rarely-seen 1967 WWII spy thriller Triple Cross that pairs Brynner with a stellar cast including Christopher Plummer and Trevor Howard. The film is directed by Terence Young, who helmed the early James Bond classics and, intriguingly, the movie features three prominent Bond cast members: Thunderball leading lady Claudine Auger, Dr. No baddie Anthony Dawson and Goldfinger himself, Gert Frobe. The film has never been released on video in the USA. It airs at 3:30 Pm (Est) Incidentally, keep your video recorders in high gear because other Brynner gems showing throughout the day include Taras Bulba, Adios Sabata, The Magnificent Seven, The King and I, Kings of the Sun and Westworld.
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