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Mike Flanagan Calls Midnight Mass His 'Most Personal' Project Yet

Mike Flanagan has grown to be one of the best horror directors and writers in the business. This is not an exaggeration. From his first few films like "Absentia," "Oculus," and "Ouija: Origin of Evil", Flanagan's talent for writing and directing emotional yet disturbing stories has consistently flourished. He has successfully brought multiple Stephen King novels to the silver screen with "Gerald's Game" and "Doctor Sleep," and has completely subverted while also setting a sophisticated standard ...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Stephen King, Netflix, Henry James, Maddie, PAUL, Flanagan, Riley, Jessie, Gerald, Shirley Jackson, Hill House, Mike Flanagan, Kate Siegel


Blue Bayou Review: An Urgent Immigrant Story Told With A Thoughtful, But Heavy Hand

"Where are you from?"It's a question that immediately puts Justin Chon's Antonio LeBlanc on edge, and which he avoids answering in his uneasy job interview in "Blue Bayou," Chon's third directorial effort. Antonio was born in Korea, but the only home he's ever known is the Louisiana backwaters. Adopted at three years old by white parents, Antonio spent his childhood jumping from foster home to foster home, until he built a family for himself with his loving, maybe all-too forgiving wife Kathy (a...
Tags: Reviews, South Korea, Movies, Korea, Louisiana, Vietnam, Alicia Vikander, Linda Ronstadt, Kathy, Jessie, Antonio, Vikander, Emory Cohen, Soderbergh, Blue Bayou, Mark O Brien


Page 69: Unbroken Bonds

    Disclaimer: The Page 69 Test  is not mine. It has been around since 2007, asking authors to compare page 69 against the meat of the actual story it is a part of. I loved the whole idea of it and so I'm stealing it specifically to showcase small press titles - novels, novellas, short story collections, the works! So until the founder of  The Page 69 Test  calls a cease and desist, let's do this thing.... In this installment of Page 69,  We put Dawn Hogan’s UNBROKEN BONDS to t...
Tags: Books, University Of Alabama, Dawn, Michelle, Rachel, Bridget, Hogan, Huntsville, Joanna, Jessie, Missy, Huntsville Alabama, Eugenia, Dawn Hogan, Knoxville Tennessee Michelle, Eugenia Michelle


The 15 Best Debut Films From Directors

A great first film can jumpstart a filmmaker's career and show the world what makes them unique. For example, the conversational dialogue, '70s soundtrack, and nonlinear narrative of Quentin Tarantino's first film "Reservoir Dogs" established tropes that the director still relies on today.Not every great director starts out strong, though. Although he's one of the greatest filmmakers working today, David Fincher's career nearly imploded after his disastrous debut, "Alien 3." Similarly, some dire...
Tags: Movies, Boston, Ben Affleck, Orson Welles, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tennessee, Paris, Army, Davis, Sam Mendes, Johnson, Quentin Tarantino, Darren Aronofsky, George Romero, David Lynch


Diddy's Twin Daughters D'Lila & Jessie Looked So Much Like Late Mom Kim Porter on the Dolce & Gabbana Runway

Diddy aka Sean “Love” Combs was playing the stage dad role to the max when his 14-year-old twin daughters D’Lila and Jessie walked the...
Tags: Diddy, Lila, Jessie, Dolce, Kim Porter, Gabbana Runway, Sean `` Love '' Combs, D'Lila


The 15 Best Pixar Scenes Ranked

Over just a few short decades, Pixar has perfected the art of ripping your heart out and showing it to you. For the celebrated animation studio, it's not enough to just make entertaining films for young children. Pixar's filmmakers consistently challenge themselves to produce complex and thoughtful movies that work for both kids and adults. Throughout the studio's tenure, its very best scenes have one of two of these qualities, if not both: immense visual creativity and powerful emotional resona...
Tags: Coco, Movies, Tom Hanks, Paris, Sydney, Pixar, Miguel, Buzz, Andy, Joy, George, Riley, Jesse, Emily, Luca, Dolly


Comment on confetti cookies by Jessie

In reply to Samantha. Hi Samantha! I made them today and mine with #40 scoop were 25g.
Tags: Food, Jessie, Samantha Hi Samantha


Some Dixie Fire Evacuees Who Lost Their Homes Say They Have Nowhere To Go

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Tags: News, California, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Fema, Gavin Newsom, Greenville, Jessica, Quincy, Jessie, Plumas County, Elks Lodge, Evacuees, Cal OES, Fire Watch


‘The Boys’ Season 3 Teaser: Vought News Returns to Reveal a New Superhero’s Ties to Starlight & More

The superhero subgenre has been shaken up by the arrival of The Boys, a pitch-black parody and satire of the current pop culture obsession de jour. The Amazon Prime series, as well as its graphic novel source material written by Garth Ennis, has achieved its popularity by taking an unapologetically political stance in using their messed-up “heroes” to comment on current events. As we wait for new episodes, a new The Boys season 3 teaser has arrived with some more in-universe coverage from the V...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Fox News, Tucker Carlson, Coleman, Jessie, Chace Crawford, Garth Ennis, Erin Moriarty, Miles Gaston Villanueva, Vought, Homelander, The Boys Season, Cameron Coleman, Vought Corporation


Fox News hosts talk Biden, Critical Race Theory, and vaccines to mark the 10th anniversary of 'The Five': Q&A

Fox News hosts Jesse Watters (left) and Dana Perino (right). John Lamparski/Getty Images "The Five" has long been an outlier in cable news, both in ratings and occasional controversy. The daytime show was initially an experiment, but it developed a loyal following. Longtime hosts Jesse Watters and Dana Perino spoke with Insider on its 10th anniversary. See more stories on Insider's business page. Stretched almost beyond recognition, head-to-toe portraits of Fox News hosts Dana Perino a...
Tags: Florida, Politics, New York, Congress, Senate, White House, New York City, US, Barack Obama, Trends, Joe Biden, Ap, Fox, Hillary Clinton, Reddit, Manhattan


Alicia Vikander in Trailer for Justin Chon's 'Blue Bayou' Louisiana Film

"Are we getting kicked out?" "Nah, baby girl, I ain't going nowhere…" Focus Features has unveiled the first official trailer for Blue Bayou, the latest film from acclaimed Korean-American filmmaker Justin Chon, known for his other award-winning films Gook and Ms. Purple previously. This time around, Blue Bayou is premiering at the prestigious 2021 Cannes Film Festival playing in the Un Certain Regard category (his last two films premiered at Sundance instead). It's currently set for a limite...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Louisiana, Alicia Vikander, Indies, Jessie, Vikander, Focus Features, Blue Bayou, To Watch, Chon, Justin Chon, Alicia Vikander Mark O Brien, Sydney Kowalske


The Daily Stream: ‘Starstruck’ is ‘Notting Hill’ for the ‘Broad City’ Crowd – And It’s Wonderful

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching, why it’s worth checking out, and where you can stream it.) The Series: Starstruck Where You Can Stream It: HBO Max The Pitch: Jessie (writer and series creator Rose Matafeo) is your typical millennial who lives in East London: she’s flat broke and living in an overpriced apartment with her best friend, while juggling two jobs she doesn’t much care for. But when she discovers that a New Yea...
Tags: Google, Hbo, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Features, Julia Roberts, Broad City, Seattle, Grant, East London, Hugh Grant, Tom, Harry Met Sally, Jessie, Patel


My Heart Can't Beat Unless You Tell It to – review

Director: Jonathan Cuartas Release date: 2020 Contains spoilers The vampire genre is often used as a medium to explore issues. In the case of My Heart Can't Beat Unless You Tell It to, I read the film as an exploration of the life of a care-giver, of the pressures that come to bear – obviously exaggerated as the one they care for is a vampire but such exaggeration can offer insight… What the film also does is offer the viewer a relentlessly bleak vision that didn’t offer a character to overly s...
Tags: Amazon, Texas, Movies, Dwight, Thomas, Rose, Pam, Blu Ray, Jessie, Amazon UK, Thomas Thomas, Vampire, Patrick Fugit, Jonathan Cuartas, Jessie Ingrid Sophie Schram, Dwight Patrick Fugit Cirque


HBO Max’s Rom-Com Series Starstruck Renewed For a Second Season

HBO Max has announced that they have officially renewed their newest romantic comedy series Starstruck for a second season. The series is created by New Zealand comedian Rosa Matafeo, who is also leading the series as a 20-something woman who unexpectedly gets romantically involved with a famous actor. The first season of Starstruck is now available for streaming on HBO Max, but you can first check out its trailer in the player below. “I’m thrilled that Starstruck will be returning for a second...
Tags: Video, Hbo, UK, Comedy, TV, Movies, US, New Zealand, Streaming, Steve, Joe, Rose, Tom, Jessie, Avalon, Karen Maine


Comment on burrata with lentils and basil vinaigrette by Jessie

In reply to Nina. This is so, so good. Made per recipe tonight and can’t wait to play around with other veggies/beans with the flavors this summer. Yum. Need to buy more basil plants!
Tags: Food, Jessie, Nina


Comment on double chocolate layer cake by Jessie

This. This is the greatest chocolate cake I have ever made (and I’ve made a LOT). I made 0.4x the recipe to go in a 9”round. It’s moist, flavorful, soft… just really decadent and lovely. My math gymnastics were for a fun combo cake my son wanted and I only needed one chocolate later. I made 2/3 of ganache recipe as well, for the outside only of a 9” double layer cake. It was also delicious.
Tags: Food, Jessie


Comment on best birthday cake by Jessie

Yum! This makes a lot of cake (in a good way). Completely filled my 9” round pans. My vanilla loving child wanted vanilla/vanilla for a birthday and was thrilled. Used vanilla buttercream from confetti cake recipe. It also handles an insane amount of green food coloring if your child is channeling their inner ninja turtle :)
Tags: Food, Jessie


Disneyland polishes Fantasyland’s crown jewel with carousel makeover

If Sleeping Beauty Castle is the focal point of Disneyland, then King Arthur Carrousel is the centerpiece of Fantasyland — and the pulsating heart of Fantasyland is once again bringing the fairy tale themed land to life. King Arthur Carrousel once again shines like the crown jewel of Fantasyland after Disneyland’s maintenance crew replaced the carousel’s steel canopy and freshened up the hand-carved horses during the 13-month coronavirus closure of Disneyland. The Fantasyland carousel returned w...
Tags: Disney, Toronto, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Amusement Parks, Disneyland, Southern California, Anaheim, Orange County Register, Niles, Jessie, Walt Disney Imagineering, Walt, Anaheim CA, King Triton


Jessie Harrison Takes Top Spot for Taurus at Team Motley Dragons Cup

Jessie Harrison Takes Top Spot for Taurus at Team Motley Dragons Cup U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- Taurus, manufacturer of premium handguns for defense, hunting, and sport shooting, congratulates Taurus Shooting Team Captain Jessie Harrison on her recent performance at the 2021 Team Motley Dragons Cup shoot in Odessa, TX, April 9-11. Hosted by Motley Services, this inaugural event was part of the USPSA series and represented the first match of the season for Harrison. “I chose this match as a warm...
Tags: Guns, Brazil, Taurus, Odessa, Harrison, Jessie, Competitive Shooting News, Taurus Holdings Inc, Bainbridge Georgia, Jessie Harrison, Motley Services


This Week In Trailers: Faceless, My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell It To, Threshold, From Cradle to Stage, The Gig Is Up

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week, we fight the power while wondering why others don’t, get ill, thank our mom for making our rock stars, make a movie on our phone, a...
Tags: Hong Kong, Movies, Virginia, This Week In Trailers, Dave Grohl, Silicon Valley, Leo, Movie Trailers, Threshold, Dwight, Thomas, Unsane, Benny, Sawyer, Jessie, Soderbergh


Which Disneyland and DCA rides will be open — and closed — when the parks return

Disneyland and Disney California Adventure will return with many but not all of their 80-plus rides, attractions and shows when the Anaheim theme parks reopen later this month after a yearlong coronavirus closure. Disney has confirmed more than 40 rides and attractions will return when the Anaheim theme parks reopen on April 30 — including Rise of the Resistance and Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Previously, Disney had confirmed that only the renamed Snow White’s E...
Tags: California, Disney, Sport, Soccer, Ariel, Peter Pan, Disneyland, Indiana Jones, Alice, Winnie, Tom Sawyer, Anaheim, DCA, Mickey, Jessie, Bing Bong


Sally Field to Play Jerry Buss’ Mother Jessie in HBO’s 1980s Lakers Drama Series

Sally Field to play Jerry Buss’ mother Jessie in HBO’s 1980s Lakers drama series Oscar winner Sally Field (Places in the Heart, Norma Rae, Lincoln) has joined Adam McKay’s HBO drama series centered on the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1980s, according to Variety. Field will portray Jessie Buss, the mother of Lakers owner Jerry Buss who is being played by John C. Reilly in the project. As a young single mother, Jessie instilled in her son a love of math, money, and good times. Decades later, her s...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Los Angeles, TV News, Los Angeles Lakers, Adrien Brody, Lakers, Adam Mckay, John C Reilly, Kelly, Golden Globe, Sally, Kong, Jerry Buss, Jessie


‘The Irregulars’ Trailer: Who Needs Sherlock Holmes When You Have Victorian Street Kids With Superpowers?

The Irregulars is a show where Sherlock Holmes is missing in action. Dr. John Watson is still lurking about, though, and he’s recruited a gang of street urchins to do his bidding. That gang is the Irregulars, teens who get sucked into a world where the supernatural is lurking around every street corner. The end result looks like Stranger Things meets The X-Men meets Enola Holmes, but with a lot more gore. Watch The Irregulars trailer below. The Irregulars Trailer In Sir Arthur Conan Doy...
Tags: London, Television, Movies, Netflix, Watson, Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, Billy, Clarke Peters, Holmes, Jessie, John Watson, BEA, Leopold, TV Trailer, Henry Lloyd Hughes


Sundance Now Unveils March 2021 TV & Movie Slate

Sundance Now Unveils March 2021 TV & Movie Slate Sundance Now has revealed their March 2021 slate, including brand new content and highly anticipated returning series such as the premiere of the three-part true-crime docuseries Secrets of a Psychopath; the return of the beloved Swedish drama The Restaurant, and Season 2 of the hilarious Brit-com Back from double-Emmy winning writer Simon Blackwell (Veep, Avenue 5) and starring beloved Peep Show duo David Mitchell and Robert Webb. ...
Tags: UK, England, TV, London, Downton Abbey, Movies, Sweden, Australia, France, China, Los Angeles, Royal Air Force, TV News, Streaming, Brian, Damon Albarn


How will Disney California Adventure change over the next 20 years?

Disney California Adventure is almost unrecognizable after 20 years of growth and evolution following an inauspicious start, but there’s still plenty of opportunity for Disneyland’s underappreciated and underestimated next door neighbor to change over the next 20 years. As DCA celebrates its 20th anniversary, I thought it would be a good time to take a wildly speculative look at what Disney’s second Anaheim theme park might look like two decades from now. What will still be around when DCA reach...
Tags: Hong Kong, Hollywood, California, France, Disney, San Francisco, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Broadway, Magic, Luigi, Little Mermaid, Ariel, Amusement Parks, Pixar


‘The Irregulars’ Teaser: Sherlock Holmes Gets a Supernatural Twist With Netflix Teen Mystery Drama

What if Sherlock Holmes had a bunch of magical teen sidekicks? That’s basically the premise of The Irregulars, a new Victorian supernatural drama series from Netflix, which imagines the Great Detective as an elusive figure who recruits a group of troubled teenagers to solve mysteries of the fantastical variety. Watch The Irregulars teaser below. The Irregulars Teaser Sherlock Holmes has been imagined as many things: an absentee older brother, a modern-day high-functioning sociopath, a J...
Tags: London, Television, Movies, Fantasy, Netflix, Watson, Sherlock Holmes, Billy, Clarke Peters, Jessie, John Watson, BEA, Leopold, Mystery/Suspense, TV Trailer, Tom Bidwell


Monday’s Mix

Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canada’s award­-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible. This week the randomly selected blogs are 1.  2. David Whelan 3. Canadian Appeals Monitor 4. BC Injury Law Blog 5. Ontario Condo Law Blog Crossroad Family Law Blog What exactly is the role of a legal assistant or paralegal...
Tags: Law, Canada, Ontario, Simpson, Jessie, Lozano, TSCC, Monday’s Mix, David Whelan, BC Injury Law Blog, BC Supreme Court Kamloops Registry, Teichrieb


Festival Pass: More drive-in EDM shows; Valentine’s weekend concerts to stream

Festival Pass is a newsletter that lands in your inbox weekly. But during prime festival season you get bonus editions, too! Subscribe now. I love Metallica. I also love Huey Lewis and the News. Surprisingly, they’re great together. Seriously, have you seen the “Hip to Be the Sandman” mashup? It has the catchy pop background of Huey Lewis and the News’ “Hip to Be Square” with James Hetfield’s vocals from “Enter Sandman” layered on top. (There’s also some Megadeth and Judas Priest thrown in, too...
Tags: California, Youtube, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Metallica, Music Festivals, Coachella, Megadeth, Rick Springfield, Arcadia, Bay Area, James Hetfield, Pantera, Valentine, San Bernardino


Rick Springfield celebrates 40th anniversary of ‘Working Class Dog’ with new film and novel

Rick Springfield can’t wait to get on the road again to play live shows when the coronavirus pandemic fades and concerts are safe again. “We’re all anxious to get out and play again,” he says by phone from his home in Malibu recently. “And I think audiences are desperate to get that communal thing going again, too. Everybody’s missing that.” But while the pandemic forced most live shows to cancel, including the co-headlining dates Springfield had booked with the band Chicago last summer, the mus...
Tags: Books, Music, Germany, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Things To Do, Soccer, Dolly Parton, Beverly Hills, Streaming, Rick Springfield, Norwich, Malibu, Valentine, Saban Theatre


How Black barbers have become mental health advocates for African American men

Ray Connor traces his ambition to be a barber back to when he was a kid in Detroit. Growing up, he was abused. He watched his mother battle drug and alcohol addictions. He often went to bed hungry. When he needed to get away, he went down to A Cut Above Barber Shop on Eight Mile Road for a fresh cut and some companionship from his barber, Jessie. The relationship carried him through some of the darkest days of his life.
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