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The staff of a hair salon turn to vigilantism to protect their business. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Catching up with The Lily's webcomics

As a new mom, I was inundated with advice. Here's how I'm gaining confidence in my decisions. How do you learn to navigate making choices for your child as a new mom? https://www.thelily.com/as-a-new-mom-i-was-inundated-with-advice-heres-how-im-gaining-confidence-in-my-decisions/ (Sharee Miller for The Washington Post) Sharee Miller September 26, 2021 How I learned to embrace my Asian curls I used to wonder why my hair didn't l...
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Creating a lifetime value culture starts from the outside-in

We create ‘lifetime value,’ helping to drive our recruitment and retention efforts along with a concierge service culture that starts from the outside-in.
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Love Live! Superstar! Rapping With Beauty & Personality

Love Live! Superstar!‘s idols have been tasked with experimenting with rap, a turn of events that will surely prove comedic as each girl has more chances to show off the extent of their unique personalities. The episode, as always, also concludes with a spectacular performance that idol fanatics will surely describe as even better than […]
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Doomsday +1 #11 - John Byrne cover reprint & reprint

Doomsday +1 #11Doomsday Plus One v1 #11, 1979 - Perhaps as a cost saving measure, Charlton reprints the bronze age science fiction series that appeared only two years before. Most of the covers either re-use the originals or enlarge a page from the interiors. This particular issue reprints the John Byrne tale from Doomsday+1 #5. I recommend the original issues, which have far better production [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Tuesday, October 5 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for October 5, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The Rookie  Location: 250 S Harbor Blvd.; 478 W 6th St., San Pedro (until Oct. 6th) TV Series: 9-1-1: Lone Star Location: 1900 E 7th Pl, Los Angeles (until Oct. 7th) TV Series: The Flight Attendant Location: 4622 Wilshire […] The post Tuesday, October 5 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Halloween Kills Director David Gordon Green And Producer Jason Blum Will Guest On Joe Bob's Halloween Hoedown

Joe Bob Briggs is back with another special on Shudder! As in the past, the "Halloween Hoedown" will be another double feature hosted by the beloved film and pop culture critic, but this year it's been confirmed via BlumFest (Blumhouse's annual fan event) that its founder, producer Jason Blum, and "Halloween" (2018) and "Halloween Kills" director David Gordon Green will grace the event. This year's "Halloween Hoedown" is scheduled to pop off on the Shudder TV channel on 8 October 2021, at 9 pm E...
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Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai Builds up Her Defenses

Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai has revisited last week’s bath scene from a different girl’s perspective, great news for those wanting to see all the girls nude again, while the rest of the latest airing has the paranoid Jahy scrounging up ways to defend against her magical girl nemesis. Omake:
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Why Wynonna Earp Was Canceled — Here's What We Know

Fans of cutting-edge science-fiction hybrid shows just can't seem to catch a break. On the heels of delays for the fourth season, it was announced back in February of 2021 that "Wynonna Earp," the supernatural Western series about legendary lawman Wyatt Earp's great-great-granddaughter, would be shutting its doors for good following the end of that season.Based on the IDW comic book miniseries from Beau Smith, "Wynonna Earp" (whose titular character is played by Melanie Scrofano) quickly develop...
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Yes, Of Course There Are Squid Game Halloween Costumes

There's a crisp edge to the air, the leaves are falling, and you're steadily increasing the amount of pumpkin-flavored items you consume in a day, almost as if building up a strange immunity to some sort of gourd-based poison ... It's autumn, baby! The signs of fall are all around us, including a sudden increase in buck wild Halloween costume production. Thankfully, it's not 2004 and you don't have to rely on a half-abandoned Spirit Halloween store that's popped up in the old Payless location of...
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No Time To Die Director Cary Fukunaga Describes The Last-Minute Scramble Of Replacing Danny Boyle

In addition to directing "No Time to Die," Cary Fukunaga is serving as one of four credited co-writers on it, along with "Fleabag" luminary Phoebe Waller-Bridge and James Bond series veterans Neal Purvis and Robert Wade. The film has already been released in the U.K. and it's coming to U.S. theaters on October 8, 2021, but it's been a long road to that release date, with a few bumps and Boyles along the way.Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle was originally set to helm the 25th Bond movie, but he...
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The 15 Best Spielberg Protagonists Ranked

Over past 50 years, Steven Spielberg has been one of the prolific and successful directors in Hollywood, with more hits under his belt than almost any other filmmaker. His work, whether historical drama or action adventure, is deeply human, and one of his most unique qualities is how easily he makes audiences fell in love with the universes that he creates. In order to do this, Spielberg needs both characters that spark the imagination, and actors with the charisma and talent to breathe life int...
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Week of October 5 New Releases | 4K, Blu-ray, Digital, and DVD

Welcome to ComingSoon’s week of October 5 new releases column. We’ve highlighted this week’s 4K, Blu-ray, Digital HD, and DVD releases below.  Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon or other retailers. Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Escape Room: Tournament of Champions The sequel to the box-office hit psychological thriller that terrified audiences around the world. In this installment, six people unwittingly find themselves locked in another series of escape rooms, slowly uncovering ...
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Mephisto Hints Which Future is Marvel's Actual Sacred Timeline

WARNING: Spoilers ahead for Amazing Spider-Man #74As one of the greatest sources of evil in the Marvel Comics universe, the demon Mephisto has access to all sorts of secrets the likes of which would bring other characters to their knees – including the truth about the Marvel Universe’s real Sacred Timeline and what it means for his fascination with Spider-Man. Alternate futures are ever-present in comics, but the Marvel Universe’s one true future has always remained nebulous. Now, readers may h...
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Tabletop RPGs That Are Easy To Play Through Text Messages

Online roleplaying has surged in popularity over the past year and a half, with some tabletop gamers using virtual tabletop sites like Roll20 to play classic RPGs like Dungeons & Dragons. However, others have started participating in narrative "Play By Post" RPGs on forums and chat clients like Discord. The RPG systems below are particularly good choices for players who want to participate in a roleplaying game session through written text messages and narrative vignettes.The big advantage of t...
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How to Fight a Mock Battle in The Lord of the Rings: Rise to War

Fighting battles are a major part of The Lord of the Rings: Rise to War, but, oddly enough, so are mock battles. Why would anyone want to fight mock battles when there are so many real battles to be fought? Mock battles don’t allow players to conquer more territory in The Lord of the Rings: Rise to War, which is crucial in this geostrategic seasonal wargame.Mock battles serve a very specific function within The Lord of the Rings: Rise to War. Just like in real life, armies can engage in mock ba...
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Hellraiser: The 5 Best & 5 Worst Cenobites In The Whole Franchise

The Hellraiser series introduced a new type of monster to the horror movie genre, but they were far from stereotypical. These creatures embodied the most twisted elements of pleasure and pain. Behind-the-scenes Hellraiser facts reveal a nightmarish collage of sadomasochism, artistic expression, and even a code of honor that reflected on their reputation. RELATED: The Real Life Inspirations Behind 11 Horror Movie Icons The Cenobites are among the most interesting movie monsters ever created, with...
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Happy Golf Lovers Day! (October 4) (Limerick)

Though I’m no fan of golf, I couldn’t resist writing a Golf Lovers Day limerick: As a golfer swigged beer in a pub, He bitched and he gobbled his grub: “I’ve been flubbing my putts. Being drubbed drives me nuts!” The response to that putz? “Join the club!”
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Genshin Impact’s Eula & Amber Tag Team a Random Male for Sex

Those familiar with the China-developed Genshin Impact will possibly be astounded to ogle this new fan-produced animation as it features two girls being penetrated in turn by a single lucky male, demonstrating the teamwork skills of Eula and Amber whilst also emphasizing their attractiveness. Eula and Amber’s simultaneous love-making session:
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After Nirvana Baby Lawsuit, Nevermind May Get New Cover, Dave Grohl Implies

By Carly Tennes Published: October 04th, 2021
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32 Days of Halloween XIV: Day #5

Rox of Spazhouse sent me info she had found about the origins of folk horror, which should be of interest to all of you, since you all probably dig horror and you are indeed folks. After reading Rue Morgue’s Halloween Issue, an article spoke to me: “The Twisted Roots of Folk Horror.” The article mentions an entry into SXSW titled “Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched.” It appears that this is the end-all, be-all folk horror documentary, as it lasts three-plus hours and covers basically every...
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Upcoming HBO Max Movies To Keep An Eye On

HBO Max launched relatively late into the streaming wars. Despite the fact that it's dealing with heavy competition and some major growing pains -- primarily in the shape of a clunky and difficult to manage interface -- the service has a robust list of films and series, made up of a healthy amount of, well, everything. HBO Max has anime, classic films, DC animation, HBO's impressive and historic line up, and new, original programming, which spans indie films to more commercial outings. HBO Max m...
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10 Movies And Shows To Watch After You Finish Squid Game

So, you've finished watching Netflix's "Squid Game" and now you need more. While season two might be on the way sometime soon, we've compiled a list of some of the best dystopian death game movies and tv shows for you to watch in the meantime. Hwang Dong-hyuk's Korean survival series "Squid Game" is a runaway hit for Netflix, and it's not hard to see why. The real world is looking a little dystopian lately, but fiction that takes dystopian scenarios to horrifying, murderous conclusions always ha...
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The 20 Best Michael Myers Kills Ranked

In his 43-year-long career, Michael Myers has killed 121 people on screen, and he's only getting started. Poised to murder dozens more with the release of the aptly titled "Halloween Kills" this October, few genre icons, if any, are as ceaselessly bloodthirsty as Michael. An unstoppable icon whose kills are more grounded than those of other slasher icons -- there are no cryogenically-smashed heads or marionette murders here -- Michael is the perennial monster in the closet, unknowable and unstop...
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Everything We Know About Andor So Far

Remember when "A Star Wars Story" movies were going to be the next big thing? Lucasfilm seemed perfectly set up for the next decade of "Star Wars" storytelling after the one-two punch of "The Force Awakens" in 2015 and "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" in 2016, both of which grossed over $1 billion. Things ... didn't quite go as planned after that, as the rumors of behind-the-scenes troubles dominated the marketing for "Rogue One." The coup de grâce was finally delivered by the much-maligned "Solo:...
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Elvira's 40th Keeps Getting Better With A New NECA Figure Of The Mistress Herself

If you thought you were done spending too much money for things 12-year-old you would have killed to own, I regret to inform your wallet that you're about to dish out a little more this Halloween season. As a continued celebration of Elvira's 40th anniversary and as part of the 31 Nights of Frights celebration, toy juggernauts, NECA, have announced a brand new figure featuring everyone's favorite Mistress of the Dark. The Details On The New Elvira Figure According to NECA's official description ...
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Superhero Bits: The Batman And Echo Rumors Swirl, James Gunn Trolls Guardians Of The Galaxy Fans & More

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.)In this edition of Superhero Bits:The "Daredevil" cast may be making a comeback"The Batman" sequel may already have gotten the green lightWe'll be seeing more of Joel McHale on "Stargirl"Thor's hammer is miss...
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Apple TV+ Sets First Original Peanuts Holiday Special For Auld Lang Syne

Apple TV+ has set its first original Peanuts holiday special titled For Auld Lang Syne, coming from the platform’s partnership with WildBrain, according to Deadline. The special will debut on the streamer on December 10. RELATED: Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Dramedy Mr. Corman Canceled at Apple TV+ “In For Auld Lang Syne, after the Peanuts gang experience a disappointing Christmas because Grandma can’t visit, Lucy resolves to throw herself the best New Year’s Eve party ever, while Charlie Brown strugg...
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Review: Ascension (aka 登楼叹)

— by BEV QUESTAD — “Foreign position with dorm living, air conditioning and $2.99 per hour! You can sit. Easiest work you can find – making new phone products!” announces a job recruiter at an employment station in China. Jessica Kingdon, a Chinese-American director/producer, has produced her last documentary in a series of three depicting […]
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