DC Universe subscription service gets a surprise Xbox One launch

16th April 2019

That’s because the DC Universe subscription service is launching an Xbox One app, growing a platform lineup that already supports various iOS and Android devices as well as desktop and mobile web browsers. In addition to housing a collection of more than 20,000 comics available on demand, DC Universe also offers streaming video connected to a variety of DC properties. There are old TV shows like Batman: The Animated Series,…

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Everything You Need to Know About ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8

16th April 2019

The seventh season of Game of Thrones feels like it wrapped up a lifetime ago. It did. It’s unclear how we all made through more than one year without GoT, but it’s almost time for the eighth and final season. In March 2019, with just weeks to go before the premiere, HBO blessed fans with the first full trailer for season eight, complete with dragon moments, the Golden Company, Gendry…

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OMG The First Full ‘Game of Thrones’ Trailer Just Dropped and the Ice Dragon Appears to Be Dead

6th March 2019

Wow. The Game of Thrones trailer just dropped, and unlike the Sand Snakes, I am totally broken and unwell right now! If you haven’t seen it yet, watch it right now and meet me back here: Okay, so if you watched the trailer, you know Jamie Lannister is about to fight for the living, Tormund is still alive (!!!), Cersei Lannister is still plotting, Arya Stark is hella stressed and…

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Everything new coming to Netflix this week, and everything leaving (week of Feb. 17)

18th February 2019

Following a busy week full of potential (and legitimate) blockbusters, Netflix has a selection full of question marks this week, along with a couple of familiar properties. Once again, everything coming to the streaming service this week is an original film or series, but the only one that I recognized was Chef’s Table, which returns for Volume 6. Of the five original films launching this week, Paddleton was the one…

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The Economics Of Subscription Prices

14th February 2019

Jumping from the traditional $10 bucks a month, the regular Canadian consumer will have to pay $13 for the same service and an additional three if they want the upgraded version. The price hikes are still substantial to most people, but it’s still the cheapest on the market. The other competitor in Canada is Bell Aliant which charges $20 a month for their video streaming service. Other competitors are joining…

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Every new show and movie on Hulu: February 2019

30th January 2019

February is nearly here and Hulu has got some fantastic shows and films coming. Since it’s almost Valentine’s Day, I must recommend you watch one of the greatest rom-coms ever written, Four Weddings and a Funeral. Or you can check out one of my other favorite romances, the Cher and Nicolas Cage masterpiece that is Moonstruck. If you’re not feeling the romantic vibe, and you’d prefer a good heist film, you may…

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Game of Thrones final season now has a premiere date, new teaser

14th January 2019

On Sunday, HBO finally announced the premiere date for the final season of Game of Thrones. The network also released a tantalizing teaser video called Crypts of Winterfell. In the video, Jon Snow, Sansa Stark and Arya Stark walk through the crypts under their family home and hear messages from dead family members Ned and Catelyn Stark as well as Lyanna Stark, who of course is Ned’s sister/the mother Jon…

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The 9 best Netflix shows you’ve never heard of

9th January 2019

The sheer volume of new and original content that hits Netflix every month is absolutely staggering. To be quite honest, it’s practically impossible to keep up with all of the new content that arrives on Netflix every month unless you’re watching TV 24/7. As a prime example, this month alone will see Netflix debut 38 new original TV series and movies. With Netflix literally spending billions on developing new content…

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2019 Golden Globes: the complete list of winners

7th January 2019

The Golden Globes have ushered in the beginning of a new awards-show season, with feature films including Bohemian Rhapsody, Green Book, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and Roma winning top prizes. This year’s award show felt a little off pacing-wise, but there weren’t too many surprising wins or losses. Bohemian Rhapsody won top prizes, including Best Picture — Drama and Best Actor — Motion Picture, Drama for star Rami Malex. Alfonso…

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Best Netflix Christmas Movies and Secret Codes to Access Even More

18th December 2018

With Christmas just two weeks away, there couldn’t be a better time to heat up some popcorn and settle in for a festive movie. Here are a few of the best (and worst) Christmas movies Netflix has to offer, in no particular order. Bear in mind these will vary by country, so you may not have access to them all in your region. 1. The Christmas Chronicles (2018) This Netflix…

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MoviePass forcing users to choose between two movies a day at odd hours

6th October 2018

After announcing a price increase and then immediately reversing it at the end of July, MoviePass spent yet another weekend making headlines for all the wrong reasons. According to a New York Post report, the service crashed once again on Friday, but before it went down, users discovered that they were only being offered two possible screenings: the poorly-reviewed Slender Man and Mission: Impossible – Fallout at inconvenient hours. The…

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The 10 best new movies and TV shows coming to Netflix in October 2018

4th October 2018

After a stellar September packed with great content, I’m convinced I’m not going to have trouble coming up with ten worthwhile shows and movies for this list ever again. The sheer volume of content that arrives on Netflix every month is becoming difficult to quantify, with more original content than ever filling up the service week after week. And while quality licensed movies continue to vanish from the service, Netflix…

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