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New Baroque Pop: "Admiral Orofino, Or, 'The Deliv'ryman Of Much Secrets And Death'" - Barry Uhl

Apr
23

It's not everyday you get a smashing baroque pop track to fall in your lap, and it's even more not every day that said track comes coupled with an Edward Gorey/Lemony Snickett-esque illustrated coffee table book to go along with it. Meet Barry Uhl.

Star Wars News: Secret Meeting in Orlando, Kinberg Talks Extended Universe, Casting Rumor, and More

Apr
22

Hot off of WonderCon this weekend, there's a boatload of Star Wars related news floating about. Read on for details on a top secret meeting being held in Orlando, some comments from an Episode VII producer on the extended universe, confirmation on George Lucas's role in the upcoming film, and a whole lot more.

First Call of Duty 2014 Image Revealed

Apr
22

Sledgehammer Games has revealed the first screenshot from the next Call of Duty game.

BlizzCon Dates, Location, and Ticket Prices Announced

Apr
22

Blizzard has announced the official dates and venue for their eight Blizzcon gaming convention. The event will take place at the Anaheim Convention Center in California on Friday, November 7 and Saturday, November 8. 

Photos from This Week's Agent's of SHIELD: The Only Light in the Darkness

Apr
21

Agents of SHIELD returns tomorrow with "The Only Light in the Darkness," and if it's anything like last week, it's going to be pretty intense. In this episode, Coulson will be reuniting with the oft-mentioned cellist, Audrey, attempting to save her from a new villain: Blackout (played by Patrick Brennan).

Next Assassin's Creed May Feature Co-Op Multiplayer

Apr
21

If the rumors are true, Assassin's Creed Unity might be the first AC game to feature story-driven cooperative multiplayer. According to an Escapist inside source, the game will feature narrative-based four-player co-op, which will be officially revealed at E3 later this year. 

Netflix Wants to Raise the Price for New Members

Apr
21

If you want a Netflix subscription and haven't already signed up, you might want to consider locking in at the current rate before it goes up. At the company's earning call today, they announced plans to raise their price by "one or two dollars" for new customers. For existing accounts, the rate will stay the same for a "generous time period," although eventually Netflix wants to standardize the price for both parties.

Unwind with the Pokemon Theme as an R&B Slow Jam

Apr
21

The Pokemon theme is a lot of things (iconic and awesome are two words you can use to describe it), but it'd be a hard sell to say that it's the kind of song that could get a kid to mellow out. Luckily, musician Scott Bradlee has put together a version of the theme that'll having you chilling and nostalgia-ing at the same time. It's a 90s-esque slow jam cover that just might get you wishing for a Pokemon-themed R&B club. Someone Kickstart that please.

Disney Held This Year Upside Down and Shook a Billion Dollars Out of It

Apr
21

Disney is kicking the crap out of the international box office this year. With Frozen being one of the biggest animated films of all time, and Captain America: The Winter Soldier being, well, a Marvel movie (and a fantastic one at that), Disney has already crossed the $1 billion mark overseas in less than four months this year.

Farscape Movie Confirmed at WonderCon

Apr
20

The Farscape feature film rumor has been confirmed by Rockne O'Bannon, the creator and showrunner of the original TV series. O'Bannon broke the news at WonderCon in Anaheim this past weekend, adding that the team has already hired a writer to pen the screenplay.

Dark Horse Reveals The Art of The Venture Bros, Coming This Fall

Apr
20

This weekend at WonderCon, Dark Horse Books confirmed rumors that they were working on a Venture Bros. art book. Titled The Art of The Venture Bros., the coffee table book will include original artwork, character designs, painted backgrounds, storyboards, and props from every episode of the TV series to date, as well as commentary on the development of the show from co-creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer.

Amazing Spider-Man Opens Big Internationally

Apr
20

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 won't open until May 2 in the US, but it's already making a huge amount of money overseas. In 14 markets this weekend, the Spidey sequel is tracking 30% better than Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the latter of has so far earned $385 million internationally.

Hobbit 3 Rumored to be Retitled The Hobbit: Into the Fire

Apr
18

It seems the next Hobbit film might be getting a title change. Again. According to a new report, New Line has registered a trademark for The Hobbit: Into the Fire, and it's currently rumored that this is the title the studio wants to go with for the final film.

Nostalgia Bomb: Putt-Putt, Freddi Fish, Pajama Sam, and Spy Fox Are Coming to Steam

Apr
18

Prepare to pull your nostalgia muscle. Humongous Entertainment has announced that its library of 90s edutainment games are coming to Steam. They'll be released in several batches, updated and made compatible for current systems by the same guys who handled System Shock 2's re-release, Night Dive Studios.

ZeniMax Trademarks Nuka Cola for a Future Game, Delicious

Apr
18

ZeniMax, parent company of Bethesda, has filed a trio of trademarks for the term "Nuka Cola." For those who haven't enjoyed the bounty of the Fallout series, Nuka Cola is the soft drink of choice in the nuclear wasteland, with the bottle caps being used as currency.

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