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This week’s ‘Walking Dead’ was a bloody mess, but things might be looking up

Image: AMC This recap contains spoilers for The Walking Dead Season 7, episode 13, titled “Bury Me Here.” Welp, that was a lot. This episode opens with some of the residents of the Kingdom loading a single melon onto a truck, an image which is incredibly painful once we learn its meaning. After what seems like a rough night of nightmares, Carol can’t stand her self-imposed solitude any longer. SEE ALSO: Live interview with ‘Walking Dead’ star has hilariously unorthodox ending She heads to the Kingdom to make sure that Daryl was letting the truth in last week’s episode, and everyone back in Alexandria is alright. (Side note: No, he wasn’t and no, they are not.) She confronts Morgan, but it’s clear that she already knows something is wrong. Morgan refuses to tell her what the deal is mostly because he’s Morgan and nothing is easy with him. He does, however, offer to bring her to Alexandria to find out what’s happened, but because she’s Carol, she refuses. She also declines to show Benjamin how to kill walkers and survive outside the walls of the Kingdom. That’s par for the course with Carol this season. As she walks away from

You won’t believe which movies have fewer Oscars than ‘Suicide Squad’

The "Suicide Squad" Image: warner bros Everyone’s still talking about the craziest thing that happened at the Oscars on Sunday: Suicide Squad winning one. The DC Comics anti-hero action movie took home Best Make-up and Hairstyling. Fans had fun with it, while film snobs took it hard. Just like Suicide Squad.

Fun Batman or Dark Batman? Hell, Why Not Both

Every fan knows Batman’s origin story. No, not the one about Bruce Wayne’s parents dying in Crime Alley. I’m talking about the taleof a gritty urban vigilante who was created in 1939, only to be mercilessly watered down into kid-friendly fluff, culminating in a hyperkitschy1966 TV show. Ever since then, the story goes, brave creators have fought to make the Dark Knight dark again. For years, everyone I knew believed in this legend. We all looked down on the Adam West version of Batman and sneered at the Joel Schumacher films. I came of age believing that Neal Adams, Frank Miller, and a handful of other comics creators had rescued Batman from a fate worse than death. And that Tim Burton and the team behind Batman: The Animated Series had helped to complete a much-needed rescue operation. Then Christopher Nolan came along more than a decade after them to once again save Batman from his worst enemy: silliness. But I never could have predicted that I would be devouring a new comic based on that 1960s TV Batman, while eagerly awaiting The Lego Batman Movie, the candy-colored spinoff of Lego Moviehittingtheaters today. Somehow, in the past decade I’ve learned that

Representation Win! Popeye Is Being Honored For Its Honest Depiction Of Whatevers Going On With Popeye

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Home channelled girls to ‘truth serum’ hospital – BBC News

Image copyright Fred Loasby Image caption Dr Kenneth Milner, Aston Hall’s medical head, is accused of carrying out traumatic “therapies” on children Aston Hall in Derbyshire was opened in the 1920s for those deemed to have mental health problems. It could cater for about 100 children of both sexes, but took adults as well. Image copyright Wellcome Trust Image caption Sodium amytal, a so-called truth serum, was originally used on traumatised soldiers A treatment run by Dr Milner saw patients, including a number of children, being isolated, stripped and drugged, according to claims. Records show he was using sodium amytal and may have been employing “narcoanalysis” – a military method for treating servicemen with repressed traumatic experiences, which was largely abandoned after World War Two. This evidence, combined with a lack of published research and few medical records, have led to Dr Milner’s methods being called into question. Many former patients have spoken of the trauma of the process, with some claiming to have had false memories of abuse suggested to them and even been sexually abused by Dr Milner. But new research has shown there was a system for bringing children, particularly girls, to Aston Hall. Image caption Former

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Alternative facts, yes. Alternative cakes, no. The adventures of Trump’s inauguration cake | First Dog on the Moon

There were a lot of weird things about Donald Trumps inauguration but the weirdest of all was the cake. Why do you want the same cake as Obama?

Suicide Squad director joins Margot Robbie for female DC villains movie

Actor will reprise Harley Quinn role for film-maker David Ayer in Gotham City Sirens, inspired by recent comic about murderous women from Batmans past Margot Robbie is set to reprise her role of Harley Quinn for an all-female DC villains movie. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Gotham City Sirens will reunite the star with her Suicide Squad director, David Ayer. Robbie will also act as executive producer. The project will be scripted by Geneva Robertson-Dworet, who is also behind the forthcoming Tomb Raider reboot. The film will take its inspiration from a recent comic series about murderous women from Batmans past. Quinn is the only confirmed character as yet but other potential villains include Catwoman and Poison Ivy. Im so not done playing that character yet and theres so much more to do with her, I think, and as anyone whos read the comics knows, theres a million different storylines to explore, Robbie said in an interview earlier this year. Theres just so much you can do in the DC Universe, so I think it would be cool. Despite a troubled production and negative reviews, Suicide Squad was a big hit for Warner Bros, making $745m worldwide. Robbies character had

The Walking Dead: Negans Disturbing Fondness for Women

The AMC zombie seriess resident Big Bad has a dark, complicated history with women. [Warning: Spoilers] “> Weve seen him gleefully bash in the skulls of two helpless men in front of sobbing friends and family. Weve seen his thugs extort peaceful communities for half their food and supplies. But if somehow The Walking Dead had yet to convince you of the depths of Negans depravity, Sunday nights episode, The Cell, added a new, even sunnier dimension to the shows latest Big Bad: Hes the type to extort a woman into becoming his wifewith all the sexual benefits that entails. But of course, he doesnt see himself as a rapist. In recounting the story of his relationship with one of his most loyal men, Dwight (Austin Amelio), Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) offers a first unwelcome glimpse into his demented relationship with women. Dwight, we learn, was married when he first arrived at the factory that Negan and the Saviors call home. Like most newcomers, he and his super hot wife and his super hot sister (Negans boorish descriptors) worked for points to earn their stay.   Unfortunately, Dwights sister Tina was diabeticand the price of insulin, a difficult thing to

Pull List: The 5 Comics You Absolutely Need to Read This Month

November is traditionally a quiet month in comics: the year is winding to a close, and publishers enjoy a brief lull ahead of the holidays. This year, however, there are all manner of wonders to be found in your local comic book emporiums, including comics that celebrate the history of one superhero universe and build diverse new casts (and creative teams) for another. There’s also magic and talking motorcycles to be found, if you know where to look. Here are the five titles you should definitely be picking up in November. Spinning out of the current Black Panther series, Ta-Nehisi Coates teams with Roxane Gay to write the lead story in this new series, which focuses on Ayo and Aneka, the women who rebelled against tradition for love. (The amazing Alitha E. Martinez illustrates.) The first issue also teamspoet Yona Harvey with Afua Richardson for the origin of Zenzi, the woman behind the flagship series’ conflict. Credit: Marvel Entertainment Spinning out of the current Black Panther series, Ta-Nehisi Coates teams with Roxane Gay to write the lead story in this new series, which focuses on Ayo and Aneka, the women who rebelled against tradition for love. (The amazing Alitha E.