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Review: Lucha Mexico

In the new documentary Lucha Mexico, you’ll get a fascinating and entertaining look into the world of Lucha Libre wrestling in Mexico and the superstar luchadors of the sport.
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The Pull List: 451’s Launch Titles

Michael Bay co-founded the new comic publisher 451 and their launch lineup has been coming out since they made a big splash at NYCC. See what you can expect as we rundown the five titles they have available so far.
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Review: Spectre

Bond is back and faces the ghosts of his past as he tries to unravel the secrets of evil organization Spectre in the 24th entry in the Bond franchise, can it possibly top the excellence that was Skyfall?
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Review: Zombie Ninjas vs Black Ops

When a group of undead mercenaries with frighteningly excellent martial arts abilities escape from a lab at Saisei Industries, a Black Ops team is sent in to clean up both the zombies and any witnesses in the appropriately named Zombie Ninjas vs Black Ops.
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The Pull List One Shot: James Bond #1

Comics legend Warren Ellis is behind a new on-going James Bond comic series from Dynamite and the first issue finds Bond seeking revenge for the fallen 008 before being sent to track down the source of a new synthetic drug.
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Gamebox 2.0: Statham Confirmed Edition

A star studded line up of games that we’ve gotten the chance to check out in the last month or so including the Jason Statham starring Sniper X, Elijah Wood starring Broken Age and Troy Baker starring Tales from the Borderlands.
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Review: Ash vs. Evil Dead Ep. 1

Chris watched the first episode of Ash vs. Evil Dead and had the opportunity to chat with the star and executive producer, Bruce Campbell. Hail to the King!
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Review: The Martian

Ridley Scott adapts the widely popular and incredibly fun novel The Martian for the big screen, but was he able to keep the science and humor intact?
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Review: Cop Car

Two boys come across a seemingly abandoned cop car in a field and take it for a joyride in the thriller Cop Car, now on DVD and Blu Ray.
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Review: Pearl

Funded entirely by themselves, husband and wife team Guy and Dana Patton deliver an homage to movies like Death Wish with the vigilante movie, Pearl.
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