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Ohio Replaces Lethal Injection With Humane New Head-Ripping-Off Machine

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Based on Cheryl Strayed‘s real-life experience of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada, Wild stars Reese Witherspoon as the troubled new divorcee with no real hiking experience who latches onto the unlikely project of a 1,100-mile solo-hike as a means to deal with the mistakes of her past.

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Hobbit Office

by Cap'n Carrot on December 18, 2014 · 0 comments

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What happens to a Hobbit once his quest has ended? Saturday Night Live has the answer.

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Credit to the always awesome Heather 1337 for the find.

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In the show’s first Christmas episode the team races against the clock to save a boy trapped under a rock slide on the beach before he’s drowned by the incoming tide. While the convergences of several of Sylvester‘s (Ari Stidham) phobias make him initially useless, at least until he gets a pep-talk by the right person, Walter (Elyes Gabel) takes charge eventually providing just the kind of Christmas miracle needed to inspire his sister (Camille Guaty) to continue fighting her illness.

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Secret Santa

by Cap'n Carrot on December 18, 2014 · 0 comments

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What did your Secret Santa get you this year?

Secret Santa via Jessica Chobot

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Head over to RazorFine today to check out my list of the Top 10 Ongoing Comic Series of 2014.

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A new set of Pop! Vinyl Figures come from Disney classics Robin Hood and The Jungle Book. Pre-order your own foxy Robin Hood for the low, low price of $9 and be on the lookout for Sir Hiss, Shere Khan, Mowgli, Kaa, and Prince John as well.

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After wrapping up the Frozen arc last week, Once Upon a Time‘s mid-season finale bids farewell to both Elsa (Georgina Haig) and Anna (Elizabeth Lail) who return home to reclaim their kingdom, throw a wedding, and eat some chocolate. Of all the casting choices the show has made over its four seasons Haig and Lail are arguably the best at creating living versions of their animated counterparts. With that arc wrapped-up, the show turns its attention back to Rumpelstiltskin (Robert Carlyle) who only moments before achieving everything he’s ever desired sees it all slip from his grasp as Belle (Emilie de Ravin) banishes her power-mad husband from Storybrooke forever (or at least until the show returns from mid-season hiatus).

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Peter Jackson returns to give us the third (and thankfully final) installment of his bloated adaptation of a 300-page children’s book. As with The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, the best things about the final entry to the franchise are Evangeline Lilly as Tauriel and Benedict Cumberbatch providing the voice of Smaug. However, Smaug’s story ends fairly quickly (despite what the movie posters would have you believe he’s on-screen for all of 20 minutes) and the series by this point is so packed with characters (five separate armies worth) Lilly gets far-less screentime than you’d want from the movie’s most interesting character.

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