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on Wednesday, October 31, 2012
the final installment in her three-part classic horror special, Sofie takes a
look at what might be the most influential classic of them all: James
Whale's Frankenstein, starring Colin Clive as the mad scientist that
started it all, and horror legend Boris Karloff in his iconic role as the
Dear Marvel: Give us a solo female superhero movie
“If Marvel can take a chance on a movie starring a talking raccoon, then certainly they can take a chance on a movie starring a female superhero.”Why Legend of Zelda’s Link should be gender optional
“It was a stretch to imagine that Nintendo would make a major change like this, so it’s hard to be too disappointed. But still, it raises a good question: Why not make Link female, or at least gender optional? ”Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
“It’s funny that in a world inhabited by iron-clad, god-like, and star-spangled superheroes, we end up with such bland and boring villains.
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“I will admit, though, that if you’re going to take a selfie, plunging over a waterfall is really the only way to do it. ”Dracula (1931)
It's Halloween, and Sofie has decided to exploit the horror classics... in more ways than one. First up, it's a special black and white episode as she takes on the classic that started it all, 1931's Dracula, starring horror legend Bela Lugosi in his iconic role as Count Dracula. Featuring special guest appearances by all your favorite Agony Booth reviewers!My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic “Pinkie Pride”
“‘Weird Al’ Yankovic is pretty much playing a combination of himself and a male version of Pinkie Pie called ‘Cheese Sandwich’. Sounds like a killer combination to me, if for nothing else than just how random it is.”
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