Gotham returned to our screens for season 4 as Bruce Wayne began to embrace his career as a vigilante, with him facing off against the villain, Scarecrow. The premiere episode brought old villains back and resurrected older feuds between them. Things aren’t going to get any easier in Gotham for Bruce, Jim Gordon or the GCPD. Even if Penguin is lowering crime rates with his licenses, there are bigger threats on the horizon that the city will have to deal with at some point. Ra’s Al Ghul, Catwoman, Penguin, The Riddler and now the brand new Scarecrow will all be causing madness and mayhem. It’s a good ...
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A few weeks ago, Epic Games announced that their base building and wave-killing game Fortnite was receiving a Battle Royale mode. This mode is influenced by PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), pitting 100 players against each other on a large map with the winner being the last player left alive. Just yesterday, however, Epic Games has revealed that this mode will be released as its own game, titled Fortnite: Battle Royale, and it will be free-to-play.
PUBG, a game that still technically hasn’t released, has broken several records on Steam. Most recently, PUBG broke Dota 2’s record for the most concurrent players for a single game on Steam at 1,348,374. However, it has not reached consoles and is not planning to until it releases on Xbox One later this year. Fortnite: Battle Royale releasing in less than a week means that is the only game of this style (outside of a new mode in GTA Online) for those without a PC.
After the season 4 premiere of Gotham, we ask: Where was Barbara Gordon (Erin Richards)? This major player was noticeably absent from tonight’s episode.
FOX’s Gotham returned to the small screen tonight for a fourth season, with the new theme of ‘A Dark Knight’. This season promises to bring fans even closer to an actual Batman series, as season 3 ended with Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) looking out over Gotham from a rooftop, black coat a-flapping. While the baby-Batman is definitely playing a bigger part this year, the focus continues to be on Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) and the backstories of various comic book villains.
Awful horror movies have been around almost as long as the film medium itself, but their popularity among bad-movie buffs didn’t kick into high gear until decades later.
First, there were the horror-movie hosts of the 1950s and 1960s — TV personalities like Vampira and Zacherley who would showcase various creature features (both good and bad) on their programs. Then there were “Worst Film” festivals that were in vogue during the early part of the 1980s. Finally, of course, came Mystery Science Theater 3000, which debuted nationally in 1989 and spent the entirety of the next decade popularizing terrible horror movies that would otherwise have faded into oblivion.
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Star Wars fans are constantly displaying their love for the franchise combined with their talents, doing impressive stuff such as this huge, incredibly detailed wooden replica of Han Solo’s beloved ship, the Millennium Falcon. Whether it’s through fan-art, videos, or building the biggest LEGO set to date, there are countless ways for fans to show their passion for Star Wars.
Incredible cosplays, homemade LEGO darksabers, and even a BB-8 snowman are just a few things that fans have created. The latest to garner interest of the internet is one of the most impressive pieces: a highly detailed Millennium Falcon made of wood, with details such as glowing backlights, a rotating laser cannon ...
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