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The Poltergeist Scene That Legitimately Spooked The Cast

Don't get me wrong. It sounds absolutely thrilling to be haunted by a ghost. But if it's the ghost in the 1982 film "Poltergeist," I'll take a quick pass on being haunted by them. I mean, it's a poltergeist, which is arguably more upsetting than your average "walk through walls" spooky spirit. Poltergeists throw things and try to physically harm you, and if you're sweet little Carol Anne Freeling, literally suck you into another dimension from which you may never return. I'm not messing around w...
Tags: Movies, California, Earth, Williams, Steven Spielberg, Don, Diane, Carol Anne, JoBeth Williams, Freeling, Carol Anne Freeling, Showbiz Cheatsheet, Diane Freeling


DUP MLA Diane Dodds condemns 'callous' dead son tweet

Police are investigating an online post mocking Diane and Lord Nigel Dodds' late son, Andrew.
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Power Comes Back On Slowly in Parts of Placer County Impacting Seniors

COLFAX (CBS13) — “They have a warming center, but I’m disabled and can’t get there,” said Diane Swendner. After nearly five days without power, Swendner decided to stick it out. “The power came on last night for just a little while and then went right back off,” she said. So she hunkered down again. “In bed [is] the only warm place with lots of warm covers and my blanket from Minnesota that’s from a wool mill,” she said. She couldn’t get to her car to charge her phone because it was piled high w...
Tags: News, Minnesota, Local, Syndicated Local, Snow, Va, Emergency, Shoveling, Nevada County, PG&E, Salvation Army, Power Outage, Diane, Placer County, Colfax, Overstreet


Nepal Success; Retention Key; Fred Book; Love is All You Need

Don't just look to change your business, look to change your industry.                                              Ron LovettLove is the state of caring so much for a person that most of your own happiness derives from increasing that person’s happiness and well-being.                                              Fred Reichheld Are Your Online Customers Walking Away? Show Them Some Love!Those who have visited our website and have questions about where to find something, etc. may have seen w...
Tags: Amazon, Leadership, Nike, Indianapolis, Nepal, John, DG, Bain, Ann Arbor, Don, San Francisco CA, Kristin, Fred, Diane, West Chester, Dallas TX


Modesto Ice Cream Shop With Purpose Calls On Community To Stay Open

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Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Modesto, Diane, Bonnie, Acree, McNaught, Ice Cream Company, Modesto News, Stanislaus County News, CBSN Sacramento Feed, Modesto Ice Cream Shop, Corey Acree, Bonnie Acree


Doctor Who: Flux Flubs The Finale In The Supremely Unsatisfying The Vanquishers

"Doctor Who: Flux" began with such promise. There was a newfound energy, a pep in the step of this serialized experiment that suggested that showrunner Chris Chibnall would be shaking things up after two mildly disappointing seasons. Heck, there were even a few jokes! But we all should've known as soon as the final episode, "The Vanquishers," started off with the time-honored tradition of Jodie Whittaker's Doctor spending a finale getting psychically blasted by a camp villain — Chibnall is back ...
Tags: Reviews, Television, Movies, Time, Liverpool, Peter Pan, Matt Smith, Jericho, Dan, Diane, Williamson, Claire, Chris Chibnall, Chibnall, Dalek, Bel


Autumn Sunshine

photo above via my dear friend Erika.     Thanksgiving day ( my mom and sister in law Diane are out of view can you find them sitting at the table. My brother Marty’s family did not join us. Understandably, it was too hard for them.)     Sacha came from Seattle with Elena his Italian girlfriend. As it was an incredible warm beautiful day we had Thanksgiving lunch outside.    Natural table decorations    My mom showing Elena how to make 10 pounds of mashed potatoes. Muscles.   The nie...
Tags: Travel, France, Va, Seattle, Erika, Elena, Diane, Marty, Sacha, French la Vie


Doctor Who: Flux Goes Around The World In Too Little Time In The Penultimate Survivors Of The Flux

The fifth and penultimate episode of "Doctor Who: Flux" feels like the closest to Marvel that "Doctor Who" has ever been — and that's not just because "Survivors of the Flux" throws around words like "multiverse" and gives UNIT an origin story ripped straight from the HYDRA infiltration of SHIELD (don't even get me started on the Division revelations and its parallels to "Loki"). It's because this fifth chapter of "Flux" feels like skimming through the pages of a comic book: alternately chaotic,...
Tags: Reviews, Television, Movies, Mexico, Angels, Indiana, Earth, Liverpool, Nepal, Flux, Great Wall Of China, Jericho, Dan, Diane, Williamson, Chris Chibnall


How To Form a Marksmanship Team, From Someone Who’s Done It

The CMP details how to form a marksmanship team. IMG CMP U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- As part of its mission, the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) has been dedicated to the development and longevity of youth shooting sports around the country. With several junior programs currently established in each state, aspiring young marksmen are fortunate to have a number of venues available to continue their growth – yet, there’s always room for more. The thought of starting a team can be daunting, but o...
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Doctor Who: Flux Trips Up And Gets Trippy For Once, Upon A Time

For a show about time travel, I've sometimes thought that "Doctor Who" didn't get weird enough. Not weird in the way of kitchen-sink sci-fi that the show has become famous for — where else would you get a show where cat nuns experiment on diseased clones? — but weird in the way of playing with format and form. "Doctor Who" has done this a handful of times before, primarily in episodes written by the divisive former showrunner Steven Moffat, but for the most part it's settled in its place as a fa...
Tags: Reviews, Television, Movies, Time, Angels, Crimea, Flux, Steven Moffat, Russell T Davies, Douglas Adams, Don, Dan, Diane, Moffat, Chris Chibnall, Chibnall


Weekend Cooking: A Trio of Books for Cooks

I’m beyond thrilled and honored to tell you I’ve been accepted once again to be part of the Abrams Dinner Party for this coming publishing year. Many of the participants have already received the first three fall cookbooks, and I can’t wait to see my own copies and to share my thoughts and a recipe or two with you. At the moment, however, I’m in Maine and my cookbooks are in Pennsylvania. We’ll all just have to wait a little bit until my first Dinner Party post. Today’s post is about three book...
Tags: Books, San Francisco, Pennsylvania, Maine, Hawaii, Cookbook, Weekend Cooking, Greg, Deb, Diane, William Morrow, Saveur, Peternell, Cal Peternell, Beth F, Shanna Farrell


12 Horror Movie Scenes That Scared Actors In Real Life

Here's the truth: it's hard to be scared on a movie set, even a horror movie set. You're surrounded by crew members. Giant lights illuminate everything around you. Actors in monster make-up sip coffee, practical effects wizards prep blood pumps, and onscreen victims ask the director about their motivation. Everyone knows what they're doing and what they're making and they leave the whole "being scared" thing for the audience. But that's not always the case. Sometimes, a filmmaker surprises their...
Tags: Movies, Stephen King, Tim Curry, Wes, Daily Mail, Williams, New York Times, Conan, Drew Barrymore, Bank, Hannibal Lecter, Jackson, Ridley Scott, Alfred Hitchcock, Vanity Fair, John Hurt


Will There Be A Made For Love Season 2?

The original dark-comedy series for HBO Max, "Made For Love," is like taking an episode of "Black Mirror," splicing it with 2020's "The Invisible Man" and running it through a comedy filter. Based on Alissa Nutting's 2017 novel of the same name, "Made For Love" is about a woman named Hazel (Cristin Milioti) who escapes from an awful 10-year-long marriage to a tech billionaire named Byron (Billy Magnussen) and the virtual reality complex where they lived for a decade without ever leaving. After s...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Byron, Lee, Hazel, Diane, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Hollywood Reporter, Cristin Milioti, Christina Lee, NUTTING, Jacob Hall, Alissa Nutting, Suzanna Makkos, HBO Max


The 10 Best Twin Peaks Episodes, Including Season 3

The wonderful and strange world of "Twin Peaks" has captivated television and cinema audiences for decades, leaving a lasting impact on serialized storytelling in television long after its original run. Co-created by film director David Lynch and novelist Mark Frost, "Twin Peaks" was led by Kyle MacLachlan as Special Agent Dale Cooper, who investigated the murder of a teenage girl named Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee). As Cooper soon discovered, Laura lived a double life, and the investigation was rif...
Tags: Television, Movies, Abc, Fbi, Showtime, New Mexico, Leo, Annie, Bob, Kyle Maclachlan, Frost, David Lynch, Briggs, James, Andy, Judy


The 15 Best John Cusack Movies Ranked

John Cusack is a fascinating movie star who has had many ups and downs throughout his multi-decade career. Alongside his sister Joan, Cusack launched his acting pursuits in the '80s and became renowned for his charisma and his emotional authenticity. The nervous, fast-talking energy that many stars try to emulate comes naturally to Cusack. After he delivered a memorable debut performance working alongside John Hughes in "Sixteen Candles," Cusack's talents became highly sought after by leading fi...
Tags: Florida, England, Hollywood, Movies, New York City, Beach Boys, US, Chicago, David Cronenberg, Kate Beckinsale, Brian Wilson, John Malkovich, Miami, Harry, Nevada, Ed


The 14 Greatest '80s Romantic Comedies Ranked

Rom-coms have been popular since the '30s and '40s, when classics like "It Happened One Night," "His Girl Friday," "The Philadelphia Story," "Bringing Up Baby," and "Some Like It Hot" courted moviegoers. It wasn't uncommon for these uproarious films to receive rave reviews from both critics and viewers, and they continued to permeate as Hollywood moved into the '50s and beyond.'80s rom-coms continued this beloved tradition, infusing classical filmmaking techniques with the innovations of blockbu...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, New York City, Los Angeles, Julia Roberts, Tom Hanks, Carrie Fisher, United States, Ford, Beverly Hills, Harry, Philadelphia, Charles, Mike Nichols, Nora Ephron


‘I Will Never Forget This’: Modesto Neighbors Help Family Of 9 Escape Afghanistan

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Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Afghanistan, United States, Taliban, Uzbekistan, Modesto, Dow, Diane, U S Embassy, DeHart, Jamal, NEDA, Modesto News


The 14 Greatest Thrillers Of The 21st Century

The thriller is one of the hardest genres to define, because thrillers cross over so much with other genres. From the erotic thriller, the psychological thriller, the cold war thriller, the detective thriller, and all the way through to the action thriller — and let's not forget to take a detour into the seedy underbelly of the neo-noir -- this really is the genre that has something for everyone. While the '80s and '90s were a heyday for erotic thrillers, the 21st century brought a fresh injecti...
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The 14 Best '80s Halloween Movies To Watch This Spooky Season

The '80s is a decade that conjures up a great deal of nostalgia. For many of us who grew up in the era, Friday nights were often spent perusing the local video store for the latest VHS releases. And when Halloween rolled around, we'd head to the horror section to make our picks, seeking something a bit spookier to match the season. This year, as autumn kicks into high gear, you might find yourself in the mood to relive those simpler times by cueing up some classic '80s Halloween fare. Well, if y...
Tags: Halloween, UK, London, Movies, Geena Davis, New York City, Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Disney, David, Maine, Guillermo Del Toro, Jack, Sam, Alec Baldwin, King


See inside the many homes of Walt Disney, from his parents' $800 cottage to his lavish 'Technicolor Dream House'

Outside Disney's Los Feliz home. Patricia Ruben Walt Disney was born on December 5, 1901, in Chicago and died in 1966 in Burbank, California. Throughout his life, he lived in multiple properties, mainly in California. He called his vacation home in Palm Springs, California, his "Technicolor Dream House." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Walt Disney lived from 1901 to 1966. He was born in Chicago, but he spent most of his life in California. Walt Disney....
Tags: Real Estate, California, Life, Disney, Los Angeles, Trends, Features, Chicago, Roy, Cinderella, Walt Disney World, Los Angeles Times, Walt Disney, Mediterranean, Palm Springs, Ruth


Comment on pumpkin bread by Diane

Happy Fall, Deb! Thank you so much for this recipe. Finally, someone I look up to figured out how to use a whole can of pumpkin! That always bugged me too! I just made a dozen muffins and a small pumpkin loaf with your recipe. Delicious! Thanks again!
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Netflix’s ‘Chicago Party Aunt’ Skims the Surface, Loudly: TV Review

There’s no joke too obvious for Diane, aka the “Chicago Party Aunt,” to make with a holler and hefty wink. In the Netflix animated show adapted from Chris Witaske’s Twitter account, Diane (Lauren Ash) is just as loud, coarse and unapologetic as the tweets that inspired her. The closest she gets to showing another layer […]
Tags: Reviews, Netflix, Diane, Chicago Party, Lauren Ash, Chicago Party Aunt, Chris Witaske, Diane Lauren Ash


SF Book Review – Part 38: The Long Winter and Moar

I’m still catching up with recent SF reading and I figure it’s best to get this out before the Six Weeks of Halloween revs up. This post covers stuff I read from June right up until last week, so we’re pretty much caught up. Naturally, we’ll cover some horror books during the 6WH, so it may be a while before returning to SF proper. Anywho, let’s get to it: First up is the Long Winter Trilogy: Winter World, by A.G. Riddle – A new, inexplicable ice age has descended upon earth. Desperate...
Tags: Science Fiction, Movies, Earth, Mars, Jason, Wilson, Riddle, Zachary Quinto, Diane, Tyler, John Scalzi, MOAR, Peter Clines, Scalzi, Jack Mcdevitt, Blake Crouch


Pandemic throws LA Opera some curve balls, but the show must go on

It has been a long intermission for L.A. Opera, fraught with unforeseen bumps in the road due to the Pandemic, but the beat goes on with this Saturday’s gala opening of Verdi’s hummable, old warhorse, ”Il Trovatore,” at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. The first glitch was the news that the ship from Monaco carrying the production’s scenery was embargoed on the ocean due to coronavirus-related delays. The L.A. Opera officials immediately connected with the European design team, and within hours, a...
Tags: Disney, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Monaco, Warner, Pasadena, Local News, Eva, Carol, Verdi, Keith, Diane, Stern, Morris Robinson, Arroyo Seco


Every Cameron Crowe Movie Ranked From Worst To Best

Cameron Crowe makes earnest movies. It's his biggest strength and his biggest weakness. Crowe works best when his obsessions align -- when there's the right music, when the romance overwhelms, and when his characters are thoroughly sketched. His films allow for moments of great sentimentality; when Crowe pulls it off, he makes you wonder how he stripped you of your vulnerabilities with a heartfelt speech or the perfect needle drop. When he doesn't, it creates an effect similar to that of watchin...
Tags: England, Bruce Springsteen, Hollywood, Movies, California, Hawaii, San Diego, Emma Stone, William, Penélope Cruz, Kirsten Dunst, Renée Zellweger, Seattle, Tom Cruise, Oprah, Dorothy


What I Read in August 2021

It's been a hot minute since I last wrote about what I've been reading and what's on my reading radar. Today, I'm sharing what I read in August. I struggled a bit last month and had trouble becoming totally invested in the books I chose. The books are presented here in the order in which I read them; I've also posted these thoughts on . Here's hoping September treats me better! Thanks to the publishers and/or Libro.fm for review copies (digital, print, and/or audio). The Glorious Guinnes...
Tags: Books, England, London, Montana, Ireland, Sydney, John, Norman, Miranda, Joy, Abbott, Moriarty, Daniel, PAUL, Diane, Delaney


Las Vegas-Area Farmers Reap Benefits of Overcoming Obstacles

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Mint and micro broccoli line the garden beds next to the Boulder City home of Diane Greene, owner of Herbs by Diane, the small-scale, year-round business that supplies local produce to restaurants and residents in Las Vegas.
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Essential Movies About High School You Need To See

The high school experience is a fixture of coming-of-age films, as heightened emotional states and specific pressures give the transition from childhood to adulthood unlimited storytelling potential. Great high school movies cross many different genres, but always come down to the specific, yet somehow universal, challenges that teenagers face.John Hughes is the filmmaker most closely associated with high school movies thanks to his groundbreaking work in the '80s to accurately depict these pivo...
Tags: England, Movies, California, Robin Williams, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Best, Palo Alto, Dave, Britain, Roger Ebert, Cameron, Tracy, Beverly Hills, James Franco, Jane Austen


We Need To Do Something Review: The Family That Stays Together Goes Insane Together

You don't need a huge budget or grand sets to make a good movie. With a little elbow grease, inventiveness, and clever writing, a filmmaker can turn the smallest movie into something grand. And it's with that spirit one approaches "We Need to Do Something," a horror film set almost entirely in one location. Horror films stuck in one locale can yield good to great results -- see "The Mist," "The Evil Dead," "Night of the Living Dead," and more. But the secret to success is to give us something to...
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Robert, Amy, Bobby, Melissa, Diane, Grady, McCormick, Healy, Living Dead, SlashFilm, Sean King O Grady, Robert Pat Healy, Diane Vinessa Shaw, Bobby John James Cronin


David Lynch's Feature Films Ranked From Worst To Best

David Lynch's movies are obsessed with the persistence and failure of identity, so it's not surprising that his 10 films are both like and unlike themselves. His movies circle around the same actors (Kyle MacLachlan, Laura Dern, Harry Dean Stanton), the same genres (noir, melodrama), the same themes (disability, sexual violence, infidelity, meta-film), and the same distinctively surreal, or hyper-real, absurdist visuals. But over his career Lynch has also continually pushed the boundaries of his...
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