Daily Archives: January 3, 2015

Marvel’s Agent Carter: Series Premiere Review

The Marvel Universe, as seen in decades of comic books, is an expansive one taking place across many worlds and in many time frames, which is why it’s so fun to see the MCU now beginning to explore this aspect even further. The past few months brought the MCU into space with Guardians of the Galaxy, and now we have Marvel’s Agent Carter leading us into a very different, but still intriguing place – New York in the 1940s.

Hayley Atwell on Agent Carter Carrying on Cap’s Work

Yes, we got glimpses of this time and place in the early, NYC portions of Captain America: The First Avenger, but Marvel’s Agent Carter is much more rooted there and brings us into a post-war experience that’s become all about the spy game. As expertly played by Hayley Atwell, Peggy Carter has been established as cool, confident and capable in The First Avenger and the Marvel One-Shot that served as a pilot of sorts for this series and giving her a focused, eight-episode story is a really fun way to explore this character and her corner of the MCU further.

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[REC] 4: Apocalypse Review

4: Apocalypse is the latest – and if horror movie marketing is to be believed, the last – entry in the popular Spanish horror franchise. With the previous installment offering a sort of parallel story to the first two films without series mainstay Angela (Manuela Velasco) nor one of the originating directors, Jaume Balaguero, their return in Apocalypse is welcome. Unfortunately,

4 is little more than a generic horror continuation, offering very little to the zombie/infected genre outside of a few tense moments and gory kills.

After being rescued from the quarantined apartment building of the other installments, journalist/possession victim Angela finds herself on a freighter and subject to tests. Naturally, things go awry as the crew becomes infected, paranoia settles in, and the massacre begins.

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‘CandleLight’ will disable your iPhone’s flashlight after a preset interval

CandleLight Alert

There have been several times when I’ve woken up to a dead or almost dead iPhone, and then later realized that I sat it down with the flashlight still on. This always happens at night, where I use the iPhone’s LED flash to traverse the treacherous terrain that is my dark bedroom. Wouldn’t it be nice if the iPhone was smart enough to disable the flashlight after a certain amount of time?… Read the rest of this post here

‘CandleLight’ will disable your iPhone’s flashlight after a preset interval” is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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Upcoming tweak ‘Folderix’ lets you quickly swipe between multiple folders


Folderix is an upcoming jailbreak tweak that lets you quickly swipe between all of the folders that you have on your iPhone without exiting the folder interface. If you have lots of folders created on your device, this is one of the fastest ways to navigate between them…. Read the rest of this post here

Upcoming tweak ‘Folderix’ lets you quickly swipe between multiple folders” is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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PanicLock: a good way to discretely lock your iPhone

panicLock settings

Have you ever been in a situation where you would like to lock your iPhone in a discrete manner? Perhaps someone has asked to see your iPhone, or they’ve figured out your password, and they want to examine your phone. Obviously, you could just say no, but if you’re the passive aggressive type of person, you could just use PanicLock for iOS 8 instead…. Read the rest of this post here

PanicLock: a good way to discretely lock your iPhone” is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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Clock Tower’s Spiritual Successor, NightCry, Gets Live Action Teaser

Project Scissors is now officially NightCry, according to a new teaser trailer for Japanese studio Nude Maker’s upcoming Clock Tower successor. The video is directed by Takashi Shimizu, the filmmaker behind Ju-On and its American remake, The Grudge.

Over the course of the video’s 30 seconds, it depicts several fragmented scenes, including one of a child tormented by a ghostly being wielding scissors, the trademark weapon of the Clock Tower series’ villain.

NightCry is a PS Vita and iOS/Android game under development by Nude Maker, a Japanese studio lead by Clock Tower creator Hifumi Kouno.

Its story unfolds aboard a luxury cruise liner, tasking the player character with solving a series of mysterious murders that leaves the boat stranded in the middle of the ocean.

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How Agent Carter Carries on Captain America’s Work

Having established the character in Captain America: The First Avenger, Hayley Atwell has become an ongoing presence in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Peggy Carter via appearances in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD and in her own Marvel One-Shot. It was that latter project, showing a bit of Peggy’s post-war life, leading up to the creation of SHIELD, that led to the new ABC TV series, Marvel’s Agent Carter. Debuting Tuesday, the eight-episode series — which will begin with two back-to-back episodes — follows Peggy as an SSR agent, who becomes involved in a conspiracy involving plans stolen from her friend Howard Stark (Dominic Cooper).

With Peggy getting the spotlight in a big way, I spoke to Atwell about what to expect from the series – including Peggy’s struggles in a male-dominated 1940s workplace, her partnership with Howard’s butler, Edwin Jarvis (James D’Arcy), and Peggy’s continuing and evolving role in the MCU.

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