Monthly Archives: October 2010

Avengers Cartoon Denies Existence Of Nazis

Anticipation for Young Justice, the latest DC Comics action cartoon being helmed by television writer Greg Weisman (best known as the head writer of Gargoyles and The Spectacular Spider-Man), has reached new heights after a preview was screened at this year’s New York Comic Con. Meanwhile, Marvel Animation (best known for ruthlessly killing The Spectacular Spider-Man) has begun dabbling in historical revision in their latest television production.

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Tommy Wiseau Inspires New Nightmares In “The House That Drips Blood On Alex”

Ghoulish film visionary Tommy Wiseau has once again found himself on the public radar with his performance in the recently released short film, The House That Drips Blood On Alex. It can be watched in its entirety here. This, along with some surprising announcements in an interview conducted by Little White Lies, shows that Wiseau is far from a cinematic has-been despite a considerable length of inactivity.

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Sun TV News: “We Won’t Be Hypocrites”

Quebecor has officially withdrawn their request for cable and satellite services to be required to offer their highly publicized proposed service, Sun TV News. It seems likely that the company has finally realized the irony behind a right-wing news network seeking regulatory intervention to ensure its success.

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Fullmetal Alchemist Day Not Enough to Warm Hearts of Canadian Networks

One hundred years ago today, Edward and Alphonse Elric made their shocking departure from Resembool, burning their childhood home to ashes behind them. Sadly, it appears that Canadian television networks were uninterested in observing the event, and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood remains absent from airwaves despite the success of the previous series.

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Kiss Your Leisure Time Goodbye – FUNimation Titles Arrive On Netflix Canada

This past week, FUNimation made a sizable contribution of streaming titles to the fantastic Netflix service. Fans will be pleased to know that every single one of these titles has made it onto the Canadian service.

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Teletoon Retro Oblivious To The Flintstones’ 50th Anniversary

Betty Rubble30 September 2010 marked the 50th anniversary of the landmark prime time animated series, The Flintstones. In spite of this event, Digital Forum posters have been horrified to discover that Teletoon Retro went through with their normal schedule, unaware of the important event. The fact that no marathons or special events were planned brings some question to just how many people are actually running the station.

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