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Wes Craven, director of Scream and Nightmare on Elm Street, dies

Horror film master Wes Craven was reported dead on Sunday after a long fight with brain cancer. The famed director, born in 1939, was 76 years old. The news was announced by his family, and he is survived by his current wife Iya Labunka, a producer and former vice president of Disney Studios, and his children, Jonathan and Jessica, from his marriage to Bonnie Broecker.

Craven was known for having films that featured strong female lead characters and a brutal depiction of violence. He began his directorial career with the 1972 film The Last House on the Left (he also served as producer on the 2009 remake)...

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New releases for the week of Monday, August 31, 2015

A big week for the beginning of September, with a couple of huge releases onto consoles. One quick note before we start: Last week I had the release date for Disney Infinity 3.0 as Friday, August 28. It is in fact launching on Sunday, August 30. Now that that’s clarified, we can take a look at this week’s releases. This week we get the final collaboration between Konami and Hideo Kojima. Their fallout has been much publicized and discussed, and so it may be a bit bittersweet that Kojima’s final entry to the Metal Gear franchise will be on store shelves Tuesday. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain follows up the events from Ground Zeroes and fills in that final gap in the story which began back in 1987...

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Until Dawn- Make your choices, suffer the consequences

Horror games come in many forms, but a majority of them are wholly scripted affairs- if you die, it’s game over and you reload your last save/checkpoint and try again. Developer Supermassive decided to take a page from Quantic Dream’s book and decided to meld choice with the horror genre. And so, much like Quantic Dream’s Heavy Rain, choice matters very much in the PS4 exclusive title Until Dawn. There is no game over- make the wrong choice, and you live with the consequences. Or suffer with them, if you like, when you fail to keep a character alive. Like Heavy Rain, Until Dawn has multiple endings, and your choices affect the outcome to each playthrough. But since this is a horror game, the big question is: Is it scary? The answer to that is simply, “Yes, it is...

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Assassin’s Creed movie begins filming, image released of Fassbender’s character

The Assassin’s Creed movie, based on the popular game franchise from Ubisoft, has reportedly begun filming to prepare for its arrival in theaters on December 21, 2016. The movie stars Michael Fassbender (X-Men: Days of Future Past) as Callum Lynch, an original character created for the movie’s story, which does not follow any of the games but is set in the game’s universe. Lynch is a bartender who discovers his Assassin roots through the Animus. Lynch’s descendant, Aguilar, was an Assassin in 15th century Spain, and by tapping the memories Lynch gains the knowledge and abilities to combat the Templars in the modern world. A shot of Fassbender in Assassin get-up has been released. Take a look below.

acmovieThe movie also stars Marion Cotillard (The Dark Knight Rises), Michael Kenneth Williams (12 ...

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September movies- Wrapping up the summer and heading into fall

September movies can be a mixed bag. You have those movies that weren’t deemed big enough for the summer crowds, and others that may be a bit too early yet to serve as Oscar bait. Not that movies released in the month are bad. Just mixed, and usually touching on all genres. The following is a list of the wide releases for September.


A Walk in the Woods

Robert Redford and Nick Nolte team up as two old friends who decide to hike the Appalachian Trail. The adventure comedy/drama is directed by Ken Kwapis (The Office, Big Miracle, The Sisterhood of Traveling Pants) and also stars Emma Thompson (Saving Mr. Banks), Mary Steenburgen (Orange is the New Black), Nick Offerman (22 Jump Street), and Kristen Schaal (Bob’s Burgers).


The Transporter Refueled

Ed Skrein (Sword of V...

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New releases for the week of Monday, August 24, 2015

The last full week of August is a busy one, chock full of all kinds of goodies for all kinds of gamers. American football takes the center stage with Madden NFL 16 as the storied sports franchise delivers its latest version to Sony and Microsoft’s consoles. Gears of War is brought forward to current gen in an Ultimate Edition, as is the stealth game Dishonored, which has its Definitive Edition. Mega Man also comes to current gen and PC in the Mega Man Legacy Collection. Fans of 80s horror flicks such as Friday the 13th may find much to love in the new horror game Until Dawn. Tomb Raider gets mobile with Lara Croft Go for the Android and iPhone, and plenty of indie titles also make their way to consoles and PC this week...

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Madden NFL 16- The movie trailer

Next Tuesday, the yearly iteration of Madden NFL arrives on consoles. Check out the movie trailer ad from EA below. As always, it’s quite amusing.

Madden NFL 16 boasts some new tweaks to its gameplay, including new QB mechanics, a new risk/reward catch and pass-defend system, a playmaker highlight reel with new goals and achievements, along with past favorite modes like being the GM and designing everything for your team from the ground up and being able to build your Ultimate Team with your favorite NFL players.

Madden NFL 16 will be available for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.

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Fear the Walking Dead- first three minutes

Fear the Walking Dead, AMC’s spin off series of the highly successful zombie drama The Walking Dead, debuts this Sunday, August 23. In view of that, AMC has released the first three minutes of the show. Take a look.

Fear the Walking Dead stars Kim Dickens, Alicia Debnam Carey, Cliff Curtis, Elizabeth Rodriguez, and Ruben Blades, and deals with a group of people in Los Angeles at the beginning stages of the zombie apocalypse.

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Tales From the Borderlands: Episode 4 “Escape Plan Bravo” launch trailer

Telltale Games has released a launch trailer for the penultimate episode for Tales From the Borderlands. Take a look below.

“Escape Plan Bravo” releases on Tuesday, August 18 for the PS3, PS4, Macintosh, and PC. Microsoft’s platforms get the episode on the following day, with mobile platforms getting it on Thursday.

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Gears of War: Ultimate Edition launch trailer

Gears of War gets a face lift for the Xbox One as the Ultimate Edition hits store shelves next week on August 25. Take a look at the launch trailer below.

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition has been remastered in 1080p, with a 60fps frame rate for competitive multiplayer. This edition also features five new chapters for the campaign that weren’t released previously on Xbox. With the backwards compatability coming for the Xbox One later this fall owners of the remastered version will also be able to access the other games in the series for free.

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