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Hot Links! for July 23, 2014

Pirates Of The Caribbean 5 Gets Release Date via Bleeding Cool You’ll have to wait an extra year to see Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow again. Disney, who was originally eyeing a summer 2016 release, has slotted the fifth installment of their Pirates of the Caribbean franchise in for July 7, 2017.   Space
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Film Review: The Signal

There are some exciting young voices working in the sci-fi genre these days. Neill Blomkamp leaps immediately to mind, but The Signal announces that writer-director, William Eubank, is a new player in the game. This is an assured film that effortlessly mixes visual styles and tones to keep us guessing throughout. It’s often exhilarating, sometimes
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Album Review: Hoth – Oathbreaker

Washington’s Hoth are a black metal band named after the frozen planet on which Luke Skywalker and co. find themselves on in Episode V of Star Wars. Their 2012 debut featured such song titles as Torn Asunder by a Wampa, The Rancor and Interstellar Gargantuan Space Slug, and their new album Oathbreaker is a concept
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EP Review: Tempest – Distance

Opening with a djent-driven opener, it’s clear what Tempest are here to do with this 4 track EP: make a lasting impression on the hardcore scene and when the next track Illusions kicks in, it’s clear that they will absolutely do so. Production is of the highest quality, so when that metallic, thick-groove driven riff kicks in, you really
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Hot Links! for July 21, 2014

A round-up to today’s noteworthy links, news and trailers. Exclusive: STAR WARS EPISODE VII Plot Details Revealed! via Badass Digest I’m going to keep this vague. I have no interest in spoiling Star Wars Episode VII, although I’m sure some people will find any information about the film’s plot to be spoilery. If you’re a
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Film Review: They Came Together

Spoofing romantic comedies seems like such a bankable idea. That the genre is well-defined and takes itself so seriously makes it an easy target. Just grab two adorable co-stars—like Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler—and push those rom-com clichés into overdrive! Simple. So how did They Came Together go so horribly wrong? Sure, there are a
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Weekly Trailers

Here’s a complete round-up of last week’s new trailers and teasers! Ouija Directed by: Stiles White Starring: Olivia Cooke, Ana Coto, Daren Kagasoff     Laggies Directed by: Lynn Shelton Starring: Chloe Grace Moretz, Keira Knightley, Sam Rockwell     Latest Guardians of the Galaxy TV spot     Rio, I Love You Directed by:
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Album Review: Celtic Frost – Morbid Tales

Dissolving a band and forming a new one straight afterwards which retains two thirds of the original line-up might seem strange and a little pointless, but in 1980’s Switzerland Tom G. Warrior and Martin Ain had their reasons for closing the Hellhammer book and striking out into a bold new chapter entitled Celtic Frost. Hellhammer’s
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Film News: Marvel Studios Announces Release Dates

True, there is nothing specific here–no titles, just release dates–but it allows speculation on what the titles might be. Find the full article on /Film!

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Film Review: The Purge: Anarchy

Capitalizing on the surprising success of 2013’s The Purge, 2014 finds The Purge: Anarchy taking it to the streets for a little more ‘cleansing.’ Writer-director, James DeMonaco, makes this a less-intimate affair, expanding the terrain and body count to citywide proportions. Part Escape from New York, part The Hunger Games, Anarchy keeps things moving fast,
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