Many scary movies claim to be inspired by true events, and Winchester has an especially rich history. The enormous, bizarre mansion at its center has long been one of San Jose, California's biggest tourist attractions. Unfortunately, the story the movie chooses to explore within its walls is utterly predictable. More »
With the closing ceremonies only a few days away, the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea is drawing to a end. Unfortunately, for those who don’t run in specific snow-shooting-sports circles, the Winter Games that come around...Show More Summary
Authored by Nick Bernabe via TheAntiMedia.org, There was “mass casualty event” at an American high school yesterday that took the lives of 17 students, and I’m unfortunately not surprised at this point. Mass shootings have become commonplace...Show More Summary
A series of unfortunate events result in you being indebted to the uncle of a young lady from your home village in Kingdom Come: Deliverance. You can pay him back once you earn some coin, but that's the long game and the uncle has another option that involves a special ring. Show More Summary
New treacherous villains arise and make life even more difficult for the Baudelaire orphans in the new official trailer for the upcoming second season of A Series of Unfortunate Events. Season two of the Netflix series, based on a collection of books by Daniel Handler, will premiere on March 30th, 2018. The Baudelaire Orphans Embark...
Today we have new trailers for the horror films "A Quiet Place" starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, and "Marrowbone" starring George MacKay and Anya Taylor-Joy. Also, Netflix... For more, visit our blog !
“More isn’t always better. Sometimes it’s much worse,” Netflix says in a new promo blurb with the teaser released today for season two of “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” which rolls out March 30. “Get ready for more villains, more...
The tongue-in-cheek marketing for Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events continues in the new teaser for Season 2 of the series. In Season 1, Patrick Warburton’s Lemony Snicket would constantly implore the audience to look away from the atrocities they’re about to witness, and with Season 2, things look to get so much worse. Per […]
Have you gotten used to Patrick Warburton’s dulcet tones soothing you as a fictionalized version of Lemony Snicket? Well too bad, because Neil Patrick Harris’ deliciously devious Count Olaf takes the reins in the new A Series of Unfortunate Events season 2 trailer. Show More Summary
Video. Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events has a fantastic tradition of going meta on us - and a new trailer for season two reminds us that Count Olaf's really intent on making life for the Baudelaire family pretty miserable. More »
The presidents of Croatia and Serbia on Monday admitted that ties between the former foes were still frosty due to past events and pledged to improve them. "Unfortunately, relations between Serbia and Croatia are still burdened with history... Show More Summary
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As they used to say, the whole world is watching—and unfortunately, that includes the most reactionary elements of the world. This is why recent events in North Dakota bear close watching: An environmental activist from Seattle was sentenced Tuesday to serve one year in prison for targeting an oil pipeline in North Dakota. Michael Foster,... Read more »
It is something of an unfortunate Techdirt tradition that every time the Olympics rolls around, we are alerted to some more nonsense by the organizations that put on the event -- mainly the International Olympic Committee (IOC) -- going out of their way to be completely censorial in the most obnoxious ways possible. Show More Summary
Since you probably couldn’t make it to Pyeongchang, South Korea, to watch the Winter Olympics live—and since you might not own a TV—we have a few options for streaming the events online. Unfortunately, free streaming options for cord-cutters are limited, unlike with the Super Bowl, which NBC just gave away. Show More Summary
Neil Patrick Harris gave some insight into why the Netflix series is said to be ending after Season 3.
Netflix’s original show A Series of Unfortunate Events hasn’t even had its second season drop, and already we’re talking about it ending. Well, when your series is based on a limited bunch of novels (13 in total), with a beginning, middle, and end, I suppose it makes sense. The first season of the show was […]
The sad tale of the Baudelaire children will finally reach its dreary end. Netflix’s TV adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s darkly comedic A Series of Unfortunate Events will be wrapping up its run after its third season, which will likely air sometime in 2019. Show More Summary
Count Olaf himself has confirmed that Season 3 will be the last for Netflix’s Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. Star Neil Patrick Harris announced the end date in an interview with TVGuide.com. Netflix last year renewed A Series of Unfortunate Events for Season 2 and 3. Show More Summary
The third season will take on books 10-13 The post A Series of Unfortunate Events: Netflix Series to End with Season 3 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.