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This episode questions the possibly of power within ourselves or power derived from completely an outside and extraterrestrial source.

Review: Jennifer Aniston’s “Oscar snub” for ‘Cake’ may not be unwarranted Special

‘Cake’ contains a marvellous performance by Jennifer Aniston, but being the best part of a film can sometimes be a disservice.

Review: Criss Angel masterful at The Paramount in New York Special

On January 23, world renowned magician Criss Angel performed a spellbinding magic show at The Paramount, as part of "Mindfreak Live!"

Review: 'Fairy Tail 2' EP 42 has some anthropomorphic 'penis monster'

The latest episode of "Fairy Tail" series two leaves a lot left to be desired such as the appearance of something that looks like a penis monster.

Review: 'Isuca' EP 1 gives a new spin on the supernatural genre

"Isuca's" premiere episode teaches you to be cautious when you are approached by mysterious attractive redheads that strip their clothes for no reason.

Review: 'GARO — The Animation' EP 15 is 10th Doctor's secret wet dream

The latest episode of the currently airing "GARO: The Animation" teaches a valuable lesson on the ingenuity of people when they put their heads together.

Video: 'Dead Rising — Watchtower' 1st tower

Capcom's "Dead Rising" franchise is getting a film adaptation that will stream on March 27th through Sony's Crackle service.

Video: 'Sound! Euphonium' full-length cast trailer

Check out the four principal cast members of "Sound! Euphonium" in the latest trailer streamed by anime studio Kyoto Animation.

‘The Boy Next Door’ quickly loses its appeal Special

‘The Boy Next Door’ starts off steamy but gets cooler with every passing minute, and not even the hot bodies of Jennifer Lopez and Ryan Guzman can turn back up the heat.

Review: 'Your Lie In April' EP 14 addresses the 'Lies'

The latest episode of "Your Lie In April" is full of secrets and "lies" that Tsubaki and Kaori have been hiding from Kosei the whole time.

'Saekano' EP 2 is like 'My Fair Lady' for OCD otakus on crack

The latest episode of "Saekano: How To Raise A Boring Girlfriend" shows how neurotic Tomoya can be when he holds unrealistic expectations because he played too many romance simulators.

'Shirobako' EP 15 shows brutal pre-production process

The latest episode of "Shirobako" covers the strenuous pre-production process of having to go through one meeting after another.

Video: Japanese anime 'Attack on Titan — No Regrets' 2nd trailer

Part two of the limited OVA "Attack on Titan: No Regrets," which centers on Levi Ackerman, will receive a scheduled April 9th release in Japan.

Nick Jonas goes Spring sexy-sleek for the latest issue of GQ Special

Singer, songwriter, actor and all-around pop hunk Nick Jonas suits up in double-breasted designer duds by Prada, Gucci, Armani and Dolce & Gabbana for the new issue of GQ. It marks the latest chapter in the former JoBro's mega-successful solo career.

Review: ‘The Humbling’ is a quirky comedy that embraces its insanity Special

Al Pacino stars in Barry Levinson’s ‘The Humbling,’ a film about an aging stage actor who’s lost his mojo and is simultaneously losing touch with reality. A plot that sounds familiar, but not quite.

'American Sniper' sets its sights on another win

UPDATE: "American Sniper" is beating expectations once again and will likely end around $60 million for the weekend. It has struck a cord with the public and will stay strong.

Review: 'American Horror Story' goes to hell in its season finale Special

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD As with basically every property Ryan Murphy has been behind, 'American Horror Story' started intriguingly, went off the rails and then scrambled to tie up its myriad loose ends.

Review: Julianne Moore earns more than just an Oscar nom in ‘Still Alice’ Special

Julianne Moore delivers an outstanding performance in ‘Still Alice,’ in which she portrays a woman diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s.

Review: ‘Why Don’t You Play in Hell?’ is bloody good fun Special

‘Why Don’t You Play in Hell?’ is Sion Sono’s blood-soaked, comedic send-up to guerilla filmmaking and 35 mm film that concludes with a sword fight to glory.

Review: 'The Testament of Sister New Devil' EP 3 makes you WTF & OMFG

If you can put your mind deep in the gutter, then you will enjoy the latest episode of the currently airing anime "The Testament of Sister New Devil."

Review: 'KanColle' EP 3 is warm-hearted and sisterly

When look beyond everything, then you will see that episode three of "KanColle" does not sugarcoat the reality of actual combat.

The Strain continues to spread its vampiric virus in Season 2 Special

Although the second season of Guillermo del Toro's hit series, about a team of vampire hunters battling The Master and his plans to infect mankind with a viral strain of vampirism, doesn't return until this summer, here's a quick peek at what's to come.

Travolta reveals thinning hair during gym workout

Normally, when John Travolta has his picture taken, he is sporting a full head of hair. But, during a late night workout session at Planet Fitness in Florida, the 60-year old actor displayed his thinning hair in a selfie with another gym goer.

Review: 'Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE!' EP 3 not for the homophobes

Episode three of "Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE!" pokes fun at homophobia by becoming a gay joke within another gay joke.

Review: 'Yona of the Dawn' EP 15 explores repercussions of idealism

Make sure you watch U.S. President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech before you watch the latest episode to "Yona of the Dawn."

Robert Pattinson's 12 candid 'Twilight' confessions Special

To mark the release of 'The Twilight Saga' extended blu-ray, we expose a dozen of the most intriguing revelations the actor/heartthrob divulged to us over the years about his contributions to the 'Twilight' series and the effect the films had on his life.

Catching up with Alexandra Paul: Electric cars and sports Special

Acclaimed actress Alexandra Paul took some time from her schedule to talk about her electric cars and how they help the environment.

Review: New on DVD for January 20 Special

This week’s releases include a few horror movies of varying quality; an Oscar-nominated animated movie; and the directorial debut of a veteran actor.

'Siya ke Ram', new mythological series set to launch in India

Indian TV is set for another blockbuster mythological TV series, with the popular Hindi entertainment channel, Star Plus, announcing "Siya Ke Ram," a series that follows the life of Rama, incarnation of the god Vishnu, and protagonist of the Ramayana.

Review: 'Yurikuma Arashi' EP 3 feels very post-9/11

The latest episode of "Yurikuma Arashi" questions on what is more important: freedom vs. security. The majority, choosing the latter, can show its cruel colors.

Amazon is going to make movies

Amazon intends to make full-length films and release them in movie theatres, the company announced on Monday. It has yet to name any planned features.

Review: ‘Appropriate Behavior’ introduces a fresh female voice in cinema Special

‘Appropriate Behavior’ is the novel story from up-and-comer Desiree Akhavan about a young Brooklynite attempting to balance being a good Iranian daughter and a politically correct bisexual.

Mark Schultz praises 'Foxcatcher' film, roots for Oscar wins

Olympic gold medalist Mark Schultz is proud of the fact that the movie "Foxcatcher" snagged five Oscar nominations and hopes it will win big.

Review: 'World Break' EP 2 encourages 'intermixing'

The latest episode of "World Break: Aria of a Curse for a Holy Swordsman" feels like a lovers tryst with two girls competing for Moroha's affections.

Review: 'Maria The Virgin Witch' EP 2 talks homosexuality & Christianity

The newest episode of "Maria The Virgin Witch" rolls up sex-ed, theology, sociology, and political science classes into one stimulating story.

Actress Betty White turns 93, celebrates with massive hula dance

Veteran television actress Betty White has a major milestone to celebrate in her personal life: she just turned 93 years old.

Review: If you're not hungry, EP 2 of 'Gourmet Girl Graffiti' makes you

The latest episode to "Gourmet Graffiti Girl" shows the appeal of ordering food from the many stalls at any festival or other large public gathering.

Big box office boost for 'American Sniper'

UPDATE: It looks like the movie that gained greater on the Martin Luther King Jr holiday was "American Sniper" and not "Selma." Add $2 million more to "American Sniper" as it beat expectations all weekend long.

Review: 'Aldnoah.Zero 2' EP wastes no time with a conspiracy subplot

It feels like "Zone of the Enders," "Mobile Suit Gundam," and a "Game of Thrones," had some drunken orgy in the latest episode of "Aldnoah.Zero 2."

Review: 'Durarara!! x 2' EP 2 is a whole load of crazy & wacky

"Durarara!! x 2" episode 2 wastes no time thrusting into a new plot, which will connect all personal character subplots together.

Review: A new adventure waits in 'Log Horizon 2' EP 15

The latest episode to "Log Horizon 2," titled "A New Journey," is a refreshing breath of air as it focuses on the other members of the titular guild.
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