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15 SNES Games That Were Better On Sega Genesis

<p>Competition breeds innovation, and few industries demonstrate that better than video games. Throughout history, console manufacturers have always tried to convince gamers to use their platforms if they want a truly superior experience. While many more modern consoles have actually delivered roughly the same technical capabilities as their competitors, the Super Nintendo vs. Sega Genesis […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.denofgeek.com/games/super-nintendo-games-better-sega-genesis-versions-compared/">15 SNES Games That Were Better On Sega Genesis</a> appeared first on <a rel="Read More

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Doctor Who’s Best Episodes: the Russell T Davies Era

<p>Warning: contains spoilers for all episodes listed. The wonderful thing about ranking articles is that they’re a safe space where everyone feels confident and happy in sharing their favourites without fear of unexamined bilious ejaculations, in the understanding that everyone’s tastes are different, and it’s only Doctor Who for God’s sake. It’s not like someone […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.denofgeek.com/tv/doctor-who-best-episodes-russell-t-davies-era/">Doctor Who’s Best Episodes: the Russell T Davies Era</a> Read More

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Tales of the Walking Dead Cast: Meet the Actors of

<p>The upcoming Walking Dead spin-off Tales of the Walking Dead is an anthology series, which means that each of the first season’s six episodes will center on different characters that may or may not make appearances in other episodes throughout the season. Because each episode is primarily a self-contained story, actors who may not have […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.denofgeek.com/tv/tales-of-the-walking-dead-cast-meet-the-actors-of-the-twd-spinoff/">Tales of the Walking Dead Cast: Meet the Actors of the TWD Spinoff</a> appeared Read More

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The Cinematic Double-Standard That Inspired Cannibal Holocaust

<p>Ruggero Deodato's 1980 gore flick "Cannibal Holocaust" is one of those rare films that does not lose power with age. Its extreme gore and rough, vérité style are so incredibly raw it landed Deodato in court under the suspicion that he had made a genuine snuff film. This had been compounded by how the cast had — as a bit of a marketing stunt — signed contracts not to conduct any promotional interviews. It wasn't until Deodato was able to produce the "missing" cast members in court that he was exonerated. It's Read More

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John Mayer Let The Office Use One Of His Songs,

<p>The American version of "The Office" ran for nine seasons on NBC, and it won four Primetime Emmy Awards. Perhaps you're doing a rewatch along with Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey's podcast about the show, "Office Ladies." The podcast looks back at each episode in order, and in the one for "A Benihana Christmas," which is season 3, episodes 10 and 11, they talk about how they managed to get the rights to use John Mayer's song, "Your Body is a Wonderland." </p> <p>In Read More

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How A Fast & Furious Cameo Earned Vin Diesel The

<p dir="">Vin Diesel's surprise appearance at the end of "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" was a bit of a mind-blower at the time. What was initially an unconnected entry in a series about street racing turned out to bridge previously existing characters within a shared universe, predating the "Iron Man" post-credits scene by two years. Unlike the MCU, however, this wasn't at all a planned story map. It turns out this franchise-changing moment was because Vin Diesel desperately wanted to acquire the rights to his labor of Read More

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How Atomic Blonde’s Amazing Stairwell Fight Came Together

<p dir="">Whether as an actor, stuntman, or director, David Leitch has been the architect behind some of the most captivating recent fight scenes in film. His catalog of work spans some of the biggest action movies of the last twenty years, including the last two films in "The Matrix Trilogy," "300," and "Deadpool 2."Although it was in Leitch's directorial debut, "John Wick," where he developed his signature for boldly executed action sequences that both captivate and drive the plot forward, he perfected his process on his second Read More