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SDCC 2018: Batman The Animated Series on Blu-Ray™

Finally, Mr. J, we are on Blu-Ray™! This is what I imagine Harley Quinn would squeal out to The Joker… and honestly, I am squealing too!

The Batman: The Complete Animated Series Deluxe Limited Edition will of course include all episodes of the critically-acclaimed series as well as two bonus discs, which will contain 25 featurettes with an an all-new, 60+ minute definitive Batman: The Animated Series making-of documentary, “The Heart of Batman.”

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CONTEST: Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey Giveaway

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Our own planet, Earth, and the universe that surrounds it remains a mystery to all of us. Neil deGrasse Tyson hosted this 13-part adventure across space and time in Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. Here at Defective Geeks, we are proud to present our readers with a chance to win a blu-ray copy of this super-science-awesome series!

Want to win? Check out the details below!

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CONTEST: ‘Carrie’ Blu-Ray Copy Giveaway!

Carrie-bluray-2The third time is a third charm for the reimagining of Carrie! First evolved from a Stephen King novel into a film in 1976, and back to film again in 2013, Carrie just keeps coming! Carrie is a remake of the classic horror tale about Carrie White (Chloë Grace Moretz), a shy girl outcast by her peers and sheltered by her deeply religious mother (Julianne Moore), who unleashes telekinetic terror on her small town after being pushed too far at her senior prom. To get you ready for Carrie’s third debut into the world, we have compiled a list of memorable moments from the original Carrie to help jog your memory… and maybe scare you a little bit.

Find out how to win a copy of Carrie below!

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Anime Movie Review: Summer Wars

It might officially be autumn but that won’t stop me from talking about one of my all-time favorite summer anime blockbusters: Summer Wars.

It is a 2009 Japanese animated film directed by Mamoru Hosoda who is more well known for The Girl who Leapt Through Time in the anime community. It is animated by the top-notch studio Madhouse which is well known for many other high-budget films and anime series.

Many people say that this movie is much like the Digimon movie but 1) I’ve never watched the Digimon movie and 2) I’m not reviewing Digimon vs. Summer Wars.

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