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‘Mr. Belvedere’ – A Depiction of the Good Life

Streaks on the china, never mattered before, who cared?When you drop kicked your jacket, as you came through the door, no one glared,But sometimes things get turned around and no one’s spared,All hands look out below, there’s a change in the status quo,We’re gonna need all the help that we can get,According to our new […]

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Celebrating Mexico in NYC – Lucha Libre Style

It was easy to confuse the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden for Arena Ciudad de Mexico on Sunday, September 15, as Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide, Mexico’s leading professional wrestling promotion, produced an authentic lucha libre experience for the thousands in attendance lucky enough to have witnessed the historic event. Coined Invading NY, the exhibition […]

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Former Wrestler/Ref Danny Davis Has The ‘X’ Factor

Wrestling autobiographies are not exactly a scarce commodity nowadays. Between tomes written by grappling luminaries like Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Chris Jericho, and Bret “Hitman” Hart, pro wrestlers chronicling their wild and frenzied days as kingpins of the squared circle have certainly cultivated a crowded field in the genre in the last 15 years or […]

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This ‘Killer Bee’ is an ‘A’ Inside The Ring

Ask any fan of 1980s professional wrestling what their favorite characteristic of the era was and you’ll likely receive a plethora of responses, ranging from the bombastic personalities, the loquacious managers, the nearly-extinct squash matches, and, of course, the crossover into the mainstream. But no list of attributes of the extravagant decade would be complete […]

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MLW’s de la Renta ‘Manages’ To Make Her Mark in Pro Wrestling

Once a routine part of professional wrestling, managers have seen their once-pivotal roles gradually become extinct in the sport’s modern era. While figures such as Bobby “The Brain” Heenan, Jim Cornette, and Captain Lou Albano previously held the distinction of acting as smarmy mouthpieces for many of wrestling’s most esteemed characters, eventually, the available jobs […]

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Micro Wrestling Proves Size Doesn’t Matter

Once a regular feature on weekly professional wrestling television, midget wrestling eventually suffered the same fate as other previous staples of the sport such as “jobbers” (performers whose primary role was to lose their matches while enhancing their opponents’ abilities) and “managers” (supporting players who were tasked with strengthening their charges). That is, it virtually […]

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The Sisterhood Returns in CW’s “Charmed” | NYCC 2018

CW’s Charmed reboot returns this Fall. During New York Comic Con (NYCC) 2018, we got the chance to chat with cast members Melonie Diaz (Mel), Sarah Jeffery (Maggie), and Madeleine Mantock (Macy) about the upcoming series reboot. For those who might be unfamiliar with the series, let me catch you up a bit. Charmed follows a trio […]

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Stranger Things X IT’SUGAR Exclusive Confectionary Collection

Stranger Things gets the sweet treatment in a whole new confectionary line now available at IT’SUGAR. The collection features popular motifs from the original Netflix series. Items include Gummy Waffles, a Missing Barb Malted Milk Ball Carton, Edible Slime from the Upside-Down, a Pollywog Gummy and more! But the line isn’t limited to just sweets. […]

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‘The Walking Dead’ Director Greg Nicotero Tapped for Spawn Movie

’ Ever since it was officially announced last summer that there was a new Spawn movie in the works—more than 20 years since the original film release—it’s all seeming to fall into place for creator and director Todd McFarlane. Back in May, Academy Award and Golden Globe winner Jamie Foxx (Ray, The Amazing Spider-Man) joined […]

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Poffo Talks Road Perils, Macho Man, and his Wrestling ‘Days’

While the generally accepted belief is that in order to cope with the grueling, seemingly endless, life on the road for pro wrestlers in the 70s and 80s, drugs were a necessity, don’t tell that to Lanny Poffo; the former wrestler doesn’t buy it. “It’s a complete cop-out,” he contended. “I was on the road […]

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Rick and Morty Get Soundtrack Treatment this Fall

Adult Swim is releasing a 26-track “Rick and Morty” soundtrack on September 28 via Sub Pop. The Rick and Morty Soundtrack features songs from Mazzy Star, Blonde Redhead, Belly, Chaos Chaos, original scores by the show’s composer Ryan Elder and two new tracks from Canadian artist Chad VanGaalen and experimental Hip-Hop group Clipping. Available as […]

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Laurie Anderson, Neil Gaiman Talk Muppets, ‘Omens’ and Virtual Reality

“Old Muppets are really scary,” said Neil Gaiman, recalling a 2002 stay at Jim Henson’s old home in Hampstead, England with longtime collaborator Dave McKean (Mirrormask, “The Wolves in the Walls”) that left him forever spooked by the man-made “creatures.” The author found a box of Henson’s old Muppets in the basement, and picked out a […]