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The Last Of Us: New Trailer Gives A First Glimpse Of HBO’s Video Game Adaptation

The critically acclaimed video game The Last of Us is coming to streaming services near you: HBO is adapting Joel and Ellie’s heart-wrenching story into a TV show slated for a 2023 release. The streaming giant just published a full trailer that gives us a first look at the post-apocalyptic world we came to know and love in the games. Joel, Ellie, and the cannibalistic infected are set to return during an era where the zombie hype is as unkillable as the undead themselves.

The Last of Us is getting the streaming treatment

For anyone who has been missing out: The 2013 horror title The Last of Us by Naughty Dog and Sony Interactive Entertainment is set in a post-apocalyptic world where humanity is on the brink of extinction as flesh-eating zombies that have been infected by the mutated Cordyceps fungus roam freely. It’s not just cannibalistic monsters and zombie

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The Fabelmans (2022) Review (675th Review)

SPIELBERG’S PASSION PROJECT


 

Throughout the years, Hollywood has seen many famed directors rise to become legendary within the filmmaking industry, ascending on their own meticulous directorial merits when approaching a motion picture. Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, Clint Eastwood, Cecil B. DeMille, and Francis Ford Coppola are just some of the names of the great ones that have made their mark in Hollywood and etched their names in the illustrious tapestry of movies. While a new generation of directors have emerged in modern times (i.e. Christopher Nolan, Peter Jackson, and Guillermo Del Toro, etc.), these legendary directors have been both respected by their peers and the entire Hollywood community as well as moviegoers everywhere. Such is the cases with director Steven Spielberg, who is among the noteworthy ranks of these “great directors”, becoming a classic household name that many (cinephiles and causal movie watchers) have come to known and the feature

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Happy New Year 2023! | Jason’s Movie Blog

Ringing the new year with good tidings, joy, and cinematic storytelling from Jason’s Movie Blog. A quick update for you guys and special thank you!

With the year of 2023 officially begun, I’m excited to watch and review many of the movie releases for this year; hoping to laugh, cry, and awe within their theatrical narratives. Can’t wait!

Of course, I’ll be posting my Top 10 Worst Movies of 2021 soon, which will then be followed by my Top 10 Best Movies of 2021. So…. stay tuned as I’ll be posting these list posts in the next several weeks.

There are a several 2022 movies that I saw that I haven’t had the chance to review on here, including Beast, Amsterdam, Babylon, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, Don’t Worry Darling, The Northmen, and few others. Holiday

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Jason’s Top 15 Most Anticipated Films of 2023

Hello, everyone! The year of 2022 is quickly winding down as we all are getting ready to celebrate and ring in the new year. For those keeping track, 2022 was a slightly better year than 2021, but it wasn’t exactly the “best year” of what it used to be for everyone, including the movie industry with several big and small releases being shuffled and / or delayed. Yet, those changes are becoming fewer and fewer, with a somewhat sense of “normalcy” returning to the moviegoing world. In the coming weeks, I’ll be posting my personal top ten “Best” and “Worst” lists of 2022 movies. Be sure to check them out!

Moving on, the start of 2023 is about to begin, and this year looks to be a very promising for movies, ranging from several different categories and genres. Now, on the twilight eve of 2022, here’s a look at my

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Violent Night (2022) Review | Jason’s Movie Blog

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Santa, Father Christmas, Saint Nicholas, Saint Nick, Kris Kringle, and so on and so forth. There are many names to the fictional character of Santa Claus, but all speak to the same iconic figure around the holiday season character (mainly from the Western Christian culture) who is said to bring gifts to the homes of well-behaved children on the night of Christmas Eve (December 2nd); waking up to find gifts left behind on the morning of Christmas Day (December 25th). Usually and generally depicted as a portly, jolly, white-bearded man (sometimes having spectacles), and wearing a red coat with white fur cuffs, white-fur-cuffed red trousers, red hat with white fur, and black leather belts, and carrying a bag full of gifts for children. Naturally, this imagery of Santa Claus is also accompanied by his magical sleigh that is pulled by several flying reindeer. All

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