The Weekly Lytherus Giveaways are Taking a Summer Break

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Hi all! Over the next few weeks the team here at Lytherus is going to be making some major changes to the layout of the site, on top of planning our Comic Con coverage (which is going to be awesome!). To accomodate all of this, we’re going to take a little break from our giveaways happening [...]

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Sony announces new “Harry Potter Book of Spells” – an interactive spellbook


Sony is going to be publishing a new book using their newest “Wonderbook” that was presented at their E3 conference.  “Wonderbook” is an augmented reality platform for the Playstation 3 – or in other words, a very fancy pop-up book. The first book to be published using this technology will be a Harry Potter book of [...]

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“Halo 4″ debuts brand new gameplay trailer and a new enemy – definitely not Covenant


Wandering through the lush jungle around the Forward Unto Dawn’s crash site, the AI voice of Cortana rings forebodingly in Master Chief’s ear as he encounters a mysterious (but no less deadly) enemy in Halo 4′s newly released gameplay demo. The conclusion of Halo 3 was nearly five years ago and since then we have gotten sneak peeks and hints at [...]

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Video Game Releases – June


This month the video games are, how can we say this, mediocre.  Nothing over the top amazing, and nothing totally lame either.  So without further ado, we give you the June video game releases:   Pikmin 2 (Wii) After several years of waiting American Wii gamers will have the opportunity to put their hands on the [...]

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Nintendo’s “Wii U” controller finalized; and it looks very familiar


Las year at E3, Nintendo showed off a more primitive version of their next-gen console, the Wii U.  However, as we get further away from the initial announcement, the new system looks ready to appear in final form. The company revealed the final design of the Wii U’s Tablet controller during their pre- E3 Nintendo Direct video earlier tonight. And [...]

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Throwback Review: Jack Brooks Monster Slayer is a Raging Fun Horror Movie


Ever since he watched monsters brutally slaughter his family during a childhood camping trip, local plumber Jack Brooks (Trevor Matthews) has had major anger management issues. But when a busted pipe disturbs an ancient evil, Jack will unwittingly unleash a force that transforms his kindly night school professor (Robert ‘FREDDY KRUEGER’ Englund) into a ravenous, tentacled, [...]

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This Week In Trailers: “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter”, “Red Lights”, “Branded”

The latest trailer for Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is much less action-oriented, instead focusing more on Abraham Lincoln’s character.  Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter hits theaters on June 22nd. Check out the new trailer for Red Lights, a thriller with elements of paranormal. Directed by Rodrigo Cortes and starring Sigourney Weaver, Cillian Murphy and Robert De Niro, [...]

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Dual Review of Snow White and the Huntsman: An Interesting Spin On A Classic Tale

Here it is: the official Lytherus review of Snow White and the Huntsman. One of us loved the movie, while the other had a few more problems with it. Read the reviews below! Hayden’s Review: One of the most anticipated films of the summer, Snow White and the Huntsman has finally hit theaters. Featuring an ensemble [...]

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Kickstarter Campaign for REDD: The Most Bad Ass Indie Scifi Adventure Film Ever!


Help REDD get made! Go to the film’s Kickstarter page and kick in a few bucks. Every little bit helps. Seriously, this movie looks very inventive and fun with that horror/scifi taste that we all love so much. Here’s the film’s plot: In the year 2233, a dark energy is emanating from the forests of Magic [...]

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Batman Annual #1 Provides a Chilling New Account of Mr. Freeze


Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV really upped the depth of the classic Freeze character in this first Batman Annual of the New 52. Freeze is written as a mentally and emotionally disturbed man who has lost touch with reality. This villain has two obsessions in life – to awaken his wife Nora from her cryonic [...]

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