Learn more about Boppin’ at the Glue Factory, which was directed by Jeff Orgill and stars Henry Dittman, Conrad Roberts, and Mews Small.
#WatchOnline just became even better. A ton of popular movies (something for everyone) are available on YouTube to watch for free (legally and ad supported).
Above is a spotlight one some of the movies (Legally Blonde, The Terminator, Kung Fu Killer, With Great Power… The Stan Lee Story, Monsters, and I Wish), but there are so many more available to check out, including All Dogs Go to Heaven, Zookeeper, The Lost City, Bio-Dome, Saved, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, etc.
Head over here to check out all of the movies that are currently available to watch online for free.
After you are done watching the movies for free, you can head here to purchase them.
We are super excited to present an awesome giveaway from COMET and CHARGE! Our favorite free online TV networks.
We talk about COMET TV a lot (with its awesome programming including Babylon 5 and Godzilla movies), but CHARGE! is it’s brother Network that focuses on ACTION shows and movies! Included in CHARGE!’s lineup are classic shows, movies, and wrestling! Lets take a look at a few of the shows on their schedule, some of COMET TV’s programs, then we’ll have details on how to take home the awesome prizes in the above image (I need me a pair of those CHiPS aviators!).
AIRING ON CHARGE!
Ring of Honor
AIRING ON COMET TV
Every day 12/11c
Nightly 9/8 C
At MHD we LOVE sci-fi and we LOVE action. We want to know your favorite sci-fi and action TV shows and movies! To win all of the swag above (Babylon 5 Prints & Hat, CHiPs Aviators, Flash Gordon Clamshell), you have three ways to enter the giveaway. As always, each way you enter increases your odds of winning!
COMET TV keeps getting and airing awesome classic sci-fi on their free online network! They recently added Space: 1999 (SEE: Journey to Space: 1999!) and air such shows as Stargate SG-1 and Andromeda. Now you can add Babylon 5 into the mix!
The J. Michael Straczynski created show features the crew of the last Earth built space station as it fights for peace and stability in the galaxy. The series starred Bruce Boxleitner, Claudia Christian, Jerry Doyl, Mira Furlan, Richard Biggs, Bill Mumy, Jason Carter, Stephen Furst, Jeff Conaway, Peter Jurasik, and Andreas Katsulas.
Official Description: The year is 2257. Babylon 5 is the last of the five-mile long Babylon space stations built by Earth for peaceful inter-species trade and diplomacy. Babylon 5 is managed by Earth Force and maintains peace and stability in the region during a time of diplomatic tension and even war. The epic five-year tale of Babylon 5 created by J. Michael Straczynski is considered one of the best science fiction television series ever created.
You can watch Babylon 5 everyday at 9am pst and every night at 6pm pst over on COMET TV.
Here are a few spotlight issues coming out today! #NewComicWednesday
Official Description: A gladiator, a warrior, a hero…the man called Shatterstar has been many things, but one thing he’s always been is deadly. He’s not a man you want to cross or you’ll learn that fact all too well. Walk back into the darkness with Shatterstar!
Writer: Tim Seeley | Artists: Gerardo Sandoval, Carlos Villa
X-MEN BLACK: MAGNETO #1
Official Description: MAGNETO IS BACK…and so is Chris Claremont! For years, Magneto has done everything he can to achieve his goals for mutant domination. But now Magneto has declared that enough is enough. So what revolutionary plan does Magneto have that will change the face of mutantkind? And will anyone be able to stop him? Will anyone want to? PLUS: Includes Part 1 of X-MEN BLACK: APOCALYPSE the back up story by Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler, and Geraldo Borge!
Writers: Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson | Artists: Geraldo Borges, Dalibor Talajic
Official Description: The Dark Knight’s looking to drop both the hammer and sickle on the KGBeast, whose rampage across Gotham City takes a toll on Nightwing when he’s injured in the fray. Blaming himself for his ward’s fate, Batman gets grimmer than usual—and vows to take the Russian assassin down like the Berlin Wall. Is even Gotham City ready for that much violence? The streets will run red like borscht if the Dark Knight gets his way against this Soviet scourge.
Writer: Tom King | Artist: Tony S. Daniel
THE CURSE OF BRIMSTONE #7
Official Description: Early-warning sign you’re about to get murdered: a mysterious, cursed ledger directs you to a small, eerie town filled with an unusual amount of amputees who all take a keen interest in you. That’s what the cursed Joe and his sister Annie are up against when their ledger leads them to a town where strangers check in, but they don’t check out.
Writer: Justin Jordan | Artist: Eduardo Pansica
Official Description: Teen Victorian fairy fight club! As the illegitimate daughter of a Naval Captain, Artemesia has never fit in with her father’s family, nor the high class world to which they belong. However, when she is targeted by the Faerie Queen and pulled into another realm, she has no choice but to try and save the world that has always hated her.
Writer: Delilah Dawson | Artist: Matias Basla
JIM HENSON BENEATH DARK CRYSTAL #3
Official Description: The challenge for the throne between Thurma and Nita begins in Mithra! Meanwhile, Kensho and his new companions visit a village with hopes of helping the locals… but things are not as they appear.
Writer: Adam Smith | Artist: Alexandria Huntington
What will you be picking up today?
Streaming: Amazon Prime
Cast: Titus Welliver, Lance Reddick, Amy Aquino, Jamie Hector, Madison Lintz, Gregory Scott Cummins, Troy Evans
Bosch is one of those rare series based of a book series that stays entirely faithful to the source material. I had loved every book in Michael Connelly’s long running crime series. Not just the Harry Bosch books but the Jack McEvoy, Terry McCaleb, Cassie Black, The Lincoln Lawyer Mickey Haller, and most recently Renee Ballard. Connelly built up a massive connected universe before Marvel made it a popular concept.
Onto the series, it’s a great mix of the crime and noir genres and throws in little doses of action too. Bosch was one of the first shows Prime Video ordered to series and for good reasons too. Titus Welliver embodies the character down to the smallest of details. Bosch is slightly younger than he is in the books given that the first Bosch book was published back in 1992, but apart from the age there is nothing that the series and Welliver gets wrong about the character. Same goes for the rest of the cast too. The series has probably the best casting of any show I’ve seen in a long while. The supporting characters of Lance Reddick, Amy Aquino, and Madison Lintz all bring their own strengths to the roles. Reddick’s Chief Irvin Irving, who was long a thorn in the side of Bosch in the books, still brings some of that into his character but also brings an air of likability. He knows Bosch is a hell of Detective and is willing to take the negatives his work brings because he know Bosch’s end results are worth the trouble.
One thing that is most impressive about the show is how they make Los Angeles feel like a central character in every shot of LA you see, whether it be at night, day, in the sun, or in the rain. It is superbly shot by a very talented crew. That’s one of the advantages to filming in the actual city that your show is based on. Something which other shows do not take advantage of enough.
All in all, I cannot recommend Bosch highly enough- I also encourage you to read the books. You can catch seasons 1 to 4 on Amazon Prime Video with Season 5 due next year. You can also check out my twitter account @Ukbosch