New Trailer and Poster for Single-Location Horror WE NEED TO DO SOMETHING

Sean King O’Grady’s thriller comes to UK/ROI VOD in October. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Now Playing for The Six Weeks of Halloween

I like to try and get a feel for what’s Now Playing in theaters at some point during the Six Weeks of Halloween, but that can be more difficult than it sounds. Last year was clearly a bit of a fluke, given the whole worldwide pandemic thing and most theaters not even being open for business and all. Even in a normal year, a lot of horror movies have rather odd release schedules. There often aren’t many that are released during Halloween season. Weirdly, many big horror movies come out on the big...
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Marvel Premiere #31 - Jack Kirby cover + 1st Woodgod

Jack Kirby Marvel Premiere featuring Woodgod v1 #31 , 1975 - Inspired by Greek mythology, a satyr-like hero makes his first appearance in this issue. Though prominently displayed on this Jack Kirby cover, Woodgod seems awkwardly placed, his back turned toward the reader. The layout is especially clumsy, given that this is the debut of a new character. Appearing in a desolate small town, his [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Genshin Impact’s First Anniversary Deemed Less Than Exciting

Genshin Impact is celebrating its first anniversary in the West, and loyal fans have decried it as lacking. With roughly 40 million downloads as of July 2021, and having garnered $1 billion in revenue within the first six months on mobile alone, players are venting their frustrations on both Twitter and Mihoyo’s own Genshin Impact […]
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Saturday Night Live Season 47: Jason Sudeikis And Owen Wilson Among First Round Of Hosts

Jason Sudeikis and Owen Wilson teamed up 10 years ago for the lackluster comedy "Hall Pass." Hopefully, they'll soon find more laughs by sharing the same stage, albeit on different nights, when the two head over to Studio 8H in 30 Rockefeller Plaza to help kick off the new season of "Saturday Night Live."Owen Wilson will be the first host out of the gate with the 47th season premiere on October 2, announced today by the show's official social media channels. Hot on the trail of his Marvel Cinema...
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Betty Gilpin Joins The Cast Of HBO's Three Women Adaptation, Making It A Must-Watch Because She's Betty Gilpin

I have some good news and some bad news for those of us who are still actively mourning the cancellation of "GLOW." The bad news is, "GLOW" is still canceled and there's probably nothing we can do to make it uncanceled. The good news is that the wrestling queen of mean, Betty Gilpin, is working on a new TV show. And no, I'm not talking about the political thriller "Gaslit," I'm talking about the buzzy, sexy, sad Showtime series "Three Women," which is based on a nonfiction book of the same name....
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Guillermo Del Toro, Edgar Wright, And Other Directors Share Tales Of Their Unmade Scripts

Aspiring filmmakers, if you need some incentive to keep going, look no further than a recent Twitter thread in which directors like Guillermo del Toro, James Gunn, Edgar Wright, and Scott Derrickson chimed in with their cumulative wisdom.It all started with a question from user Kaleb Wilson, who did the @ thing with them along with several other notable directors and writers. He asked, "How many screenplays you guys written for movies that never got made?"Del Toro replied, saying, "By my count I...
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Strike Witches Road to Berlin Goods Have Lynette & Yoshika in Swimsuits

The sweet and precious Lynette Bishop and Yoshika Miyafuji from Strike Witches Road to Berlin have put on cute bathing suits for this new wave of purchasable goods, yet another item that hoarders will find top priority and will have many wondering how they scrounge up the funds to buy them. The items available include […]
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Agent swept up in hack canned from brokerage for Holocaust views

Joshua Alayon allegedly tried to register a slew of domains such as holocaust-truth.com, theholocaustisfake.com, whitechristianrepublican.com and whitesencyclopedia.com.
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Thursday, September 23 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for September 23, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The Offer  Location: W 7th St & S Hill St, Los Angeles (until Sept. 23rd) Location: S Broadway, 8th St – 9th St, Los Angeles (until Sept. 23rd) Filming in Illinois TV Series: Chicago PD  Location: 520 N. Michigan, Chicago (until Sept. […] The post Thursday, September 23 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Omari Hardwick & More Join Jennifer Lopez Thriller The Mother

The upcoming thriller The Mother starring Jennifer Lopez has added more actors to its cast, according to a recent report from Variety. RELATED: The Mother: Jennifer Lopez to Star in Netflix’s New Action Film Joseph Fiennes, Omari Hardwick, and Gael Garcia Bernal have all joined on to star in the feature, which will allow a deadly assassin (Lopez) as she comes out of hiding to protect her daughter (Lucy Paez) that she gave up years ago. According to the report, Fiennes and Bernal will play “dange...
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Assassin Club Will Unite Henry Golding, Noomi Rapace, And Sam Neill For A New Action Movie

Henry Golding, Noomi Rapace, Sam Neill, and Daniela Melchior have all joined the same prestigious club—for assassins. Golding, fresh off his ninja training in this year's G.I. Joe prequel, "Snake Eyes," will star in "Assassin Club," which has already finished production in Italy.This is the first we've heard of "Assassin Club," which is helmed by Camille Delamarre, who served as an editor on films like "Transporter 3," "Colombiana," "Locke," and "Taken 2" before he crossed over into directing wi...
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Melvin Van Peebles, Pioneer Of Black Cinema, Dead At 89

One of the most influential Black filmmakers of all time passed away in his home on Tuesday night. Melvin Van Peebles cemented his legacy with films like the radical comedy "Watermelon Man" and the blaxploitation masterpiece "Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song." He was 89-years-old.His family, Janus Films, and The Criterion Collection all released a statement today announcing his death, stating, "In an unparalleled career distinguished by relentless innovation, boundless curiosity and spiritual e...
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The 14 Most Iconic Alfred Hitchcock Scenes Of All Time

It's impossible to overstate the impact Alfred Hitchcock has made on film. His movies have influenced countless other directors, while the tropes he helped create have now entered the film lexicon and shaped the modern thriller. "MacGuffins" -- a word Hitchcock created to describe an item that drives the story, but isn't actually all that interesting in and of itself -- wrongly accused heroes, and meticulously constructed set-pieces that go off (and go wrong) with clockwork precision are all con...
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The 14 Most Important Sci-Fi Directors Of The Last 50 Years

Of all the fictional genres, sci-fi is the one most interested in exploring man's relationship to science and technology, delving into both the possibilities and the consequences of humanity's technological advancements, envisioning futuristic and faraway worlds, and questioning our place in a universe full of unknown wonders. Over the past 50 years, technology has changed our world in previously unimagined ways, and science fiction has adjusted accordingly. While there have been a host of incre...
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The iPhone 13 just launched. Do you need it?

The iPhone 13 has some major camera upgrades while most everything else stayed similar to the iPhone 12. Is it worth spending those hard-earned commission dollars to buy it?
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Is Eternals The First Marvel Studios Movie To Receive A PG-13 Rating For ... SEX?!

Look away now and preserve your innocence, puritans! Everyone else, kindly settle in for an incoming rant. Forgive me for painting with such a broad brush, but I'd go so far as to say that blockbuster filmmaking has rarely felt more cold, sexless, and emotionally distant as it does now. I won't try to dissect all the social or political reasons for why this might be the case, but nowhere is this trend more apparent than in the most popular and consistently profitable ongoing franchise: the Marve...
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11 Movies Like Pulp Fiction That Are Definitely Worth Watching

"Pulp Fiction" was one of the most influential films of the '90s. While Quentin Tarantino had announced himself two years prior with "Reservoir Dogs," his 1994 follow up generated buzz that was unprecedented for independent films. It was a critical moment for film distribution, in which indie films proved they could become mainstream smash hits, and broader audiences showed they were open to non-Hollywood stories."Pulp Fiction" can't be pinned to just one genre. Tarantino incorporated elements o...
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Melvin Van Peebles dies at 89; director was considered the godfather of Black cinema

By Jake Coyle | Associated Press NEW YORK — Melvin Van Peebles, the groundbreaking playwright, musician and movie director whose work ushered in the “Blaxploitation” wave of the 1970s and influenced filmmakers long after, has died. He was 89. His family said in a statement that Van Peebles, father of the actor-director Mario Van Peebles, died Tuesday evening at his home in Manhattan. Van Peebles, seen here circa 1971, was best known for “Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song!” one of the most infl...
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The 10 Best Guillermo Del Toro Characters Ranked

Guillermo del Toro will gladly tell anyone who will listen that his movies are meant to be love letters to monsters. The Academy Award-winning director is happy to honor the rubber suited critters that light the fires of his imagination; he even turned his home, the Bleak House, into a cabinet of curiosities honoring them. But the idea of monstrosity that del Toro is obsessed with inverts H.P. Lovecraft's racist notion of "the Other." Del Toro's creatures may look or act horrific, but the direct...
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The Sweet Deaimon Obsessed With Culinary Treats

Food is a central element in an upcoming anime known as Deaimon as the protagonist returns home after a decade upon learning his father is recovering at a hospital, and while he has aspirations to take over the family sweets shop, he is instead bequeathed the responsibility of acting as a father figure for the […]
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Crunchyroll Fall Anime Slate Revealed, Includes Blade Runner: Black Lotus

Crunchyroll has officially revealed its fall slate of anime titles hitting the streaming service, with a handful of very highly anticipated series set to hit the platform later this year. MORE: Funimation Fall Anime Slate Revealed, Over 20 Series Streaming Perhaps most notably, this season marks the debut of Sola Digital Arts’ Blade Runner: Black Lotus, a Crunchyroll and Adult Swim Original, which is set to take place inside the world of the iconic Blade Runner franchise. Alongside that, the Cru...
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Fed prepared to taper mortgage purchases this year

The Fed's debt purchases are credited with helping keep mortgage rates low during the pandemic.
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Compass scoops up yet another title company

The deal will see Compass acquire Denver-based First Alliance Title. It's the second such acquisition for Compass in roughly a week.
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Irreverent Cast Revealed, Colin Donnell to Star in Peacock Drama Series

The cast for Peacock’s upcoming drama Irreverent has been announced, with Arrow star Colin Donnell set to lead the series. MORE: Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop Expands Upon the Anime, But Doesn’t Violate Canon The streaming platform revealed a handful of actors headed to the series, including Donnell, PJ Bryne, Kylie Bracknell, Briallen Clarke, Tegan Stimson, Ed Oxenbould, Wayne Blair, Russell Dykstra, Calen Tassone, and Jason Wilder. The series will be directed by showrunner Paddy Macrae, with writer A...
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Let The Right One In Gets A Series Order At Showtime

Showtime is officially opening the door to a new vampire series.The premium cable channel has given a series order to "Let the Right One In," a television adaptation of the Swedish novel and its spectacular 2008 film adaptation. (The story was also remade as an American movie called "Let Me In" in 2010, directed by "The Batman" filmmaker Matt Reeves.) Showtime has ordered ten episodes of this new show, which will begin production in New York City sometime in early 2022.Oscar-nominated actor Demi...
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A competitor is recruiting me: Should I jump ship to another brokerage?

Is the grass really greener at another brokerage? That is the question a mid-level agent with top-producer dreams is pondering. Her broker thinks she’s not quite ready to make the move but doesn’t want to come off as bitter. Anthony Askowitz explores this hypothetical situation from both sides of the broker/agent dynamic. 
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Uma Thurman Shares She Had an Abortion as a Teen In Light of Texas's New Law

By Carly Tennes Published: September 22nd, 2021
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Interview: Guardians of the Galaxy Devs Speak About Going From Stealth to Marvel-Level Action

Eidos Montreal might not be the first developer many people would put on a Guardians of the Galaxy game. The Canadian studio is mostly known for two Deus Ex games, which faithfully continued the stealth and immersive sim roots of the original. Guardians of the Galaxy is the tonal opposite of Adam Jensen’s adventures and adjusting to that new universe took some time, according to Senior Creative Director Jean-François Dugas and Senior Gameplay Director Patrick Fortier. Senior Gaming Editor Michae...
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