The San Francisco Chronicle reports (http://bit.ly/2e71HaX ) that police arrested 48-year-old Kevin Joseph Epps on suspicion of homicide and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Authorities say San Francisco police officers who responded to a home Monday afternoon found a man in his 40s suffering from an apparent gunshot wound.
Long running cult film digest Video Watchdog will cease print publication
Yesterday, writer, historian and publisher Tim Lucas announced via Facebook and his company website that his long running digest magazine Video Watchdog will be ceasing to print. Here is that post:
With regret, we must announce that—after 27 wonderful years—we are no longer able to publish new print editions of Video Watchdog.
Some of you have been with us since the early days of “desktop publishing,” when bookstores carried a wide variety of offbeat publications catering to all kinds of niche readerships.
The New Rogues meet the old Rogues in The Flash episode 3.04 clip
The CW has released a new clip and behind-the-scenes video for The Flash Episode 3.04, which you can check out in the players below!
Titled “The New Rogues,” the episode is officially described as follows:
“WENTWORTH MILLER RETURNS AS CAPTAIN COLD; MIRROR MASTER AND THE TOP BATTLE WITH THE FLASH — Barry continues to train Jesse (guest star Violett Beane) and when a new meta human, Mirror Master (guest star Grey Damon), appears on the scene he lets her tag along.
Tarantino and Rodriguez introduce From Dusk Till Dawn 20th anniversary screenings
In less than two weeks, the genre-busting cult classic From Dusk Till Dawn will return to theaters to celebrate its 20th anniversary and we’ve got an exclusive intro by director Robert Rodriguez and writer/star Quentin Tarantino following a trailer for the re-release.
Justin Lin and Machinima producing Knight Rider reboot
Machinima announced today that it has partnered with YOMYOMF (YouOffendMeYouOffendMyFamily), Justin Lin and NBCUniversal Brand Development to produce a digital reboot of the ’80s NBC television series Knight Rider. The announcement was made by Machinima CEO Chad Gutstein.
“Knight Rider is an iconic franchise whose concepts of AI and autonomous vehicles were science fiction in the 1980s and are now science fact,” said Gutstein.