This is a holiday week here in the United States and as a result the staff is taking a bit of time off to celebrate with family and friends. So, that means we’ll have a reduced posting schedule for today and for the rest of the week.
Also, due to travel schedules and such, we won’t be having a new episode of The Flickcast this week either. Sorry folks. Look for that to return next week.
Of course, if breaking news happens, we’ll bring it to you. Otherwise, expect to see us back to normal (or our version of it) on Monday, December 2nd.
It’s a holiday here in the United States and a day we remember all the men and women of our armed forces who’ve paid the ultimate price for our freedom. Because of this, and because we like to let the writers have some time off occasionally, we’ll have a reduced posting schedule today and will resume our normal schedule tomorrow.
To our readers in the U.S., have a great holiday. For the rest of you from other countries, thanks for reading and we’ll see you tomorrow when everything is back to normal around here.
Well, as normal as it gets anyway.
Happy Presidents Day Everyone! Or, those of you in the U.S. anyway. For the rest of you, happy Monday. You might find this interesting too.
In honor of the U.S.’s founding fathers (and those that have filled their shoes since) we are going to take a look at some of the most famous Presidential appearances in geek culture.
The Dead Presidents in Deadpool
With the most recent volume of Deadpool coming from Marvel’s “Marvel Now” campaign, Deadpool becomes an unofficial agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. to do the things that the agency needs done but cannot be officially affiliated with. In this first arc, Deadpool finds himself taking on the dead Presidents of the United States.
Not just one or two, but all of them. Teamed up with the ghost of Ben Franklin, the Merc with the Mouth chases down a wheel chair riding zombie FDR, dresses up as Marilyn Monroe for zombie JFK and goes head to head in a MMA ring against zombie Abe Lincoln to stop the dead Presidents under the leadership of zombie George Washington from taking back the USA.
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Since much of Hollywood and the entertainment industry slows down and takes a break in the week between Christmas and New Years, The Flickcast will be taking our annual break with reduced posts during the upcoming week. We will still post anything huge as well as some last minute end of 2012 housekeeping. See us back in 2013 for more news, reviews, new contributors and video content as well!
Happy Holidays from the entire The Flickcast family!
The crew are taking a much needed break over the Thanksgiving holiday. We’ll be back next week with our regularly scheduled programming. Of course, if something big breaks, we’ll bring it to you.
Otherwise, if you’re in the US of A (or just like to celebrate our holidays) Happy Thanksgiving! If not, enjoy your Thursday and Friday.
See you on the other side.
Today is the birthday of the United States (aka the 4th of July). Consequently, we won’t be around much today as the staff occasionally needs time off to go to a BBQ and watch some fireworks. Today seems like a perfect day to do both.
We’ll be back tomorrow. Until then, if you live in the U.S., have a safe and sane 4th of July. For the rest of you, happy Wednesday!
Today is a day in the US when we honor those leaders who made a difference in our country’s history. So, for today we will all be out doing pretty much anything else besides work.
Even though we don’t like it, we sometimes have to let the team out of their rooms and out into the world. Don’t worry, it’s only for a few hours. We’ll be back tomorrow.
For those of you not in the US please, enjoy your Monday. For those who are, enjoy this day of rest.
In the United States, this is the time of year when Hollywood virtually shuts down and people leave town to visit family and friends. Plus, the staff here at The Flickcast actually has family and friends as well and many of them are doing the same.
So, for the next week or so we will have a reduced posting schedule. Of course, if anything big happens, we’ll bring it to you. Also, be sure to look for our “Best of 2011″ articles covering movies, TV, comics, games and all things geek before the end of the year as well.
In the meantime, from all of us here at The Flickcast, we wish all of you the very best for this holiday season and happiness, health and luck for 2012.
If you happen to live in the United States, as most of the team here at The Flickcast do, then you know this week is Thanksgiving. That means, of course, that come Thursday we will be eating more food and consuming more booze than most people do in a month.
Yes, that’s just how we roll here in the States. In addition to the intense gluttony taking place, we will also be traveling and spending some quality time with friends and family. That is, at least until someone gets drunk and a fight breaks out.
Consequently, this will be a slow week, posting wise, here at the site. Yes, we will be putting up even less content than usual. Hey, we’re trying here, okay? At least the site is free.
This will continue during the entire week and through the weekend. On Monday things will get back to normal. Or, whatever what we do here is called.
Until then, we wish you all the best for the holiday. We also want you to know we are very thankful you decide to spend some time with us here at The Flickcast every day.
We sincerely appreciate it. Happy Thanksgiving to our friends in the States.
As many of you know, it’s a holiday weekend here in the U S of A. That means all around the country people are getting together for food, fun, sun and the adult beverages of their choice to celebrate our independence day.
This seemed like as good a weekend as any to give the hard working staff here at The Flickcast some much deserved time off. We’ve got quite a few things coming up over the next few months, including the big one called Comic-Con in San Diego, so we’re going to take it easy this weekend.
Consequently, our posting schedule over the weekend and on Monday, the actual 4th of July, will be much lighter than usual. If a big story breaks, we’ll bring it to you. Otherwise, we’ll be back to our version of normal on Tuesday, July 5th.
Happy 4th of July weekend to those of you who celebrate it. For the rest, enjoy your weekend.
To add to the fun, we’ve included a little video to help set the mood. Click through to check it out.
Thanks for reading and we’ll see you on Tuesday.
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