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Book: Everything Is Fucked

Yesterday, I started my day by finishing A People’s History of American Empire: The American Empire Project, A Graphic Adaptation and ended my day by finishing Everything Is F*cked: A Book About Hope. In between Amy took me to see John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum (or maybe I took her to see it.) All three experiences were satisfactory. Mark Manson is a phenomenal writer. While the book is about hope, it’s not in the way you might think. He mixes philosophy, literature, opi...
Tags: Books, Book, Trends, Movie, Manson, Zinn

Bruce Willis Prepares for The Long Night

Bruce Willis prepares for The Long Night According to Deadline, Bruce Willis has signed up for Matt Eskandari’s action thriller The Long Night. The project marks the 16th collaboration between the legendary actor and producers Randall Emmett and George Furla. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeM...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Movie, Bruce Willis, Jesse, Willis, Matt Eskandari, Orville, Jamie Chung, ComingSoon, Furla, Randall Emmett, George Furla, Ted Fox, The Long Night, Antoine Fuqua Chris Evans

If Sinemia Owes You a Refund, Call Your Bank

Sinemia, the discounted movie-ticket subscription service and a massive competitor to MoviePass, announced today it would be ceasing operations in the U.S.—affecting movie-goers everywhere on the day of one of the biggest movie releases of the year.Read more...
Tags: Movies, Movie, Lifehacks, Refund, Moviepass, Ticket, Sinemia

Movie subscription service Sinemia is ending US operations

Over the past few months, Sinemia has gone from promising MoviePass competitor to the source of frustration for moviegoers across the country. After rumors surfaced earlier this week that it would be backing away from its troubled subscription-based movie ticket offering, it posted official word tonight that it will be shutting down operations in the U.S. “Today, with a heavy heart, we’re announcing that Sinemia is closing its doors and ending operations in the US effective immediately,” the ...
Tags: Startups, Entertainment, Amc, US, Tech, Turkey, Movie, Canada Australia, Sinemia, Rifat Oguz

Colour in Cinema: Daredevil

I’m not a fan of western superhero franchises. Yes I fully appreciate that I’m in the minority here and it’s certainly not my intention to turn you away in the first sentence, but rather to solidify the fact that this exploration of colour in cinema does not come from a fanboy solely driven by vapid, […] The post Colour in Cinema: Daredevil appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Film, Inspiration, Color, Movie, Cinema, Daredevil, Series, Color Theory, Jake Hicks

Sinemia’s new plan offers movie ticket discounts without a subscription

The world of movie ticket services has been undergoing quite an upheaval over the past year. Yesterday, MoviePass announced a strategic “refocus.” Today’s Sinemia news is decidedly less dramatic, however — as has been the case with most of the company’s recent announcements. It has been toying with ways to tweak its subscription offering, and Sinemia Limitless finds it offering discounts for users outside of the service. Rather than a recurring fee with a set (or unlimited) number of tickets...
Tags: Entertainment, Tech, Movie, Moviepass, Sinemia, Sinemia Limitless

Check Out the Trailer For ‘Oil In The Blood,’ A Film About Custom Motorcycles

Get Your Fix of Beautiful Customs Custom motorcycles are intoxicatingly beautiful works of art that also happen to provide some of the most fun you can have on two wheels. Now there’s a feature film called Oil In The Blood. The film premiered at the One Moto Show in Portland, Oregon, earlier this month. You can check out the trailer below. After watching the trailer, all I want to do is go out in my shed and build the world’s most badass custom bike. The documentary film features plenty of big ...
Tags: London, Movie, Motorcycles, Portland Oregon, Motorcycle News, Custom Motorcycles, Gareth Maxwell Roberts, Oil In The Blood, Beautiful Customs Custom

How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Sparkle Slime

*This fun How To Train Your Dragon – The Hidden World project is sponsored by Universal Pictures If you’ve been following the tales of Hiccup and Toothless, then your kids are going to absolutely love the heartfelt third film How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, which will be in theaters February 22. Make it a fun dragon filled day for you and the kids when you go see it. You can work together to create these adorable slime jars inspired by Toothless and Light Fury before the movie. This...
Tags: Crafts, Movie, Slideshow, Universal Pictures, Dragons, Kids Crafts, Crafts For Kids, Slime, Homemade Slime, Dragon Containers

VIDEO: ‘Handcrafted’ – A Custom Motorcycle Film

 It’s not often these days that we post videos, but sometimes something comes your way that just makes you sit up and pay attention. For us, it was an email from Tom at Brisbane’s Purpose Built Moto. Already a local Pipeburn favourite, the passion and enthusiasm we noticed as Tom told us that he’s basically gone and made a full length movie on the Australian custom bike scene was really inspiring. That fact that he’d done it on a shoestring budget just upped the ante even more. In his own...
Tags: Video, Australia, Movie, Motorcycles, Brisbane, Tom, YouTube Enjoy

MOTO VIDEO: ‘Handcrafted’ – A Custom Motorcycle Film

 It’s not often these days that we post videos, but sometimes something comes your way that just makes you sit up and pay attention. For us, it was an email from Tom at Brisbane’s Purpose Built Moto. Already a local Pipeburn favourite, the passion and enthusiasm we noticed as Tom told us that he’s basically gone and made a full length movie on the Australian custom bike scene was really inspiring. That fact that he’d done it on a shoestring budget just upped the ante even more. In his own...
Tags: Video, Australia, Movie, Motorcycles, Brisbane, Tom, YouTube Enjoy

Woody Allen Sues Amazon for Pulling Movie Deal Over Molestation Accusations

The filmmaker is suing for at least $68 million
Tags: Amazon, News, Uncategorized, Movie, Courts, Woody Allen, Onetime

Screen Gems to Produce Big Screen Adaptation of Ubisoft’s Just Dance

Screen Gems to produce big screen adaptation of Ubisoft’s Just Dance According to Deadline, Screen Gems just won the rights to the popular Ubisoft video game Just Dance and plans to turn it into a full fledged feature film. Jason Altman and Margaret Boykin will produce for Ubisoft Film and Television while Jodi Hildebrand and Will Gluck will set the stage for Olive Branch Entertainment. RELATED: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Reboot Could Begin Production this Year P...
Tags: Games, Movies, News, Movie, Ubisoft, Just Dance, Will Gluck, Video Game, Calvin Harris, Peter Rabbit, Gluck, Margaret Boykin, Will Luck, Jason Altman, Ubisoft Film and Television, Jodi Hildebrand


Nothing gets us in the mood for the slopes quite like watching a ski or snowboard film. So we’ve picked our top five – a mix of feel-good Hollywood blockbusters and awe-inspiring documentaries from the pros. Eddie The Eagle Nominated for the Empire Award for Best British Film, 2016’s Eddie The Eagle is definitely one to watch. Starring Hugh Jackman and Taron Egerton, this comedy follows Eddie in his quest to compete in the Winter Olympics. Will he make the British team and bring home a medal? ...
Tags: Hollywood, Film, Sport, Movie, Canada, Alaska, Skiing, Hugh Jackman, New Zealand, James Bond, Tokyo, Daniel Craig, Red Bull, Eddie, Spectre, Bond

First Poster for the Downton Abbey Movie

BEGIN SLIDESHOW First poster for the Downton Abbey movie Focus Features has released the first poster for the Downton Abbey movie, which continues the story of the beloved series. The movie will arrive in theaters internationally on September 13, 2019, with the U.S. premiere following a week later on September 20. Check out the new poster below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || ...
Tags: Downton Abbey, Movies, Abc, US, Movie, Julian Fellowes, Poster, Elizabeth McGovern, Gareth Neame, Crawley, Imelda, Focus Features, Matthew Goode, Henry Talbot, ComingSoon, Miniseries

10 Best Moments in the Mission: Impossible Movies

10 best moments in the Mission: Impossible movies From its inception in 1996 to its most recent iteration in 2018, the Mission: Impossible movies have cemented themselves as the absolute best of the best that the summer blockbuster season has to offer. Across six films, Tom Cruise and crew have delivered enough action-packed excitement to sustain fans for over two decades. Maybe it’s Cruise’s commitment to doing real stunts, or maybe it’s the constant shifting going on behind the camera, but ...
Tags: Amazon, Feature, Movies, List, Movie, Cruise, Paris, Dubai, Henry Cavill, Tom Cruise, Rebecca Ferguson, Hunt, Scooby Doo, ComingSoon, Valen, Ethan Hunt

This is the first Hollywood feature film shot on a full frame mirrorless camera

Last year, the first commercial-quality footage of the Earth from outer space was shot on a Sony Alpha a7S II. And now, the same camera was used for the first ever Hollywood feature-length movie shot on a full-frame mirrorless. A new horror thriller The Possession of Hannah Grace was not shot on a high-end movie […] The post This is the first Hollywood feature film shot on a full frame mirrorless camera appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Hollywood, Inspiration, Movie, Sony, Mirrorless, Mirrorless Camera, Sony Mirrorless, Sony Alpha a7S II, Hannah Grace

11 Grinch Themed Christmas Treats

With the holidays upon us, you will no doubt be asked to bring a snack to a school party, work celebration or family gathering. These 12 Grinchy Treats would make the perfect addition to the party... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Desserts, Featured, Parenting, Movie, Treats, Grinch, Christmas Treats, Grinchy Treats

Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch Review with Xfinity

Growing up we always watched Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. It was my dad’s favorite movie and we would watch it on repeat. (That all changed when A Christmas Story came out and then we switched between the two.) A few years ago Jim Carrey added his own enhancements to the story and […] The post Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch Review with Xfinity appeared first on .
Tags: Entertainment, Blogging, Movie, Jim Carrey, Xfinity, Seuss


Now that the dark nights, misty mornings and low temperatures are kicking in, and winter is just beginning, it’s all starting to feel a little spooky. As Halloween approaches, why not escape the cold and stick on a scary film? Just make sure you’ve got a cushion handy to hide behind – these five are bound to get your heart racing… 1. Avalanche Sharks If anything, this film deserves a watch simply for the sheer humility of it. Rating 2.3 on IMDB, Avalanche Sharks tells the story of a bikini cont...
Tags: Film, Horror, Snow, Sport, Movie, Skiing, Horror Movies, Avalanche Sharks, Our Top Tips, IMDB Avalanche Sharks

Pioneer In Skirts Sizzle Trailer

Amy and I are proud executive producers of the upcoming movie Pioneer In Skirts. It has been part of our activity supporting independent documentaries about gender diversity, especially in science and tech. The daughter/mother leadership of Ashley Maria and Lea-Ann Berst along with their team has stayed after it and are close to the finish line. Watch the trailer and then if you are inclined toss a little money into the GoFund Me campaign to help finish off the film. Pioneers in Skirts Sizzle...
Tags: Gender, Documentary, Trends, Diversity, Movie, Philanthropy, Amy, Feld, Pioneers In Skirts, Ashley Maria, Lea Ann Berst

5 Surprising Places To Steal (What Works)

Museums, nature centers, and other interpretive sites should be thieves. Yep, you read that right. They should scope out what makes other popular industries successful—and steal what works! We promote this pilfering, obviously, with a chuckle. We do not want to see curators in jail and naturalists in the pen! But, imagine a world where we steal from… The Movie Industry Interpretive exhibits become as exciting as the latest Hollywood blockbuster. Special effects—themed lighting, enthralling sound...
Tags: Programming, Music, TV, Hollywood, Design, Exhibits, Television, Movies, News, Education, Film, Audio, Films, Future, Burglary, Journalism

The HAL 9000 Christmas ornament

Hallmark's got a 50th Anniversary HAL 9000 Christmas ornament... with light and sound! The latest result in machine intelligence, the HAL 9000—thought to be the most reliable computer ever made and incapable of error—served as the brain and central nervous system for the Discovery One ship's ill-fated mission to Jupiter. Fans of "2001: A Space Odyssey" will want to bring home this special Christmas ornament that celebrates 50 years of the science-fiction masterpiece. Press the button to see the...
Tags: Post, News, Movie, Sci Fi, Stanley Kubrick, 2001 A Space Odyssey, Elizabeth, Hal, Hal 9000, Douglas Rain, Christmas ornament, Light AND Sound

Lee Israel: from author to forger

Melissa McCarthy plays Lee Israel Have you heard of Lee Israel? She was a run-of-the-mill author of non-fiction books, who became an exceptional forger of literary letters by the rich and famous. Israel’s career in crime is now being brought to the big screen with Melissa McCarthy starring as the American writer who forged letters from notable people such as Dorothy Parker, Noel Coward, Lillian Hellman and Louise Brooks. The film, released on October 19, is called Can You Ever Forgive Me?, and ...
Tags: Books, New York, Texas, London, Movies, Boston, Israel, Orson Welles, Fbi, Movie, Leonardo Dicaprio, Edgar Degas, Estee Lauder, Mccarthy, Hay, Twentieth Century

Watch and Read Tortured for Christ for Free

Fifty years ago, Voice of the Martyrs released the book Tortured for Christ, an autobiographical account of Christian persecution under Communist Romania. Since then, it has become an international bestseller and, now, a major motion picture. Watch the trailer below, and sign up to stream it online for free anytime on Oct. 22. You can also get a free digital copy of the Tortured for Christ book for a limited time.     Learn more about the movie and sign up for your free book and viewing l...
Tags: Religion, Movie, Romania, Christ, Products, Faithlife, Voice of the Martyrs, Tortured For Christ

Bel Canto Trailer

When the lights went off the accompanist kissed her. Maybe he had been turning towards her just before it was completely dark, maybe he was lifting his hands. There must have been some movement, a gesture, because every person in the living room would later remember a kiss. Did you know they were making a film adaptation of Ann Patchett's exquisite novel ? I had no idea. And it releases September 14th! I am experiencing many feelings on the matter. My initial reaction is, of course I will...
Tags: Books, Film, Julianne Moore, Trailer, Movie, Ang Lee, Bel Canto, Ann Patchett, Literary Fiction, Adaptations, Patchett

Top articles about the Crazy Rich Asians movie

The movie, Crazy Rich Asians, has given Asian Americans something to talk about. I think it has generated more conversations than most other movies that come from Hollywood for all kinds of reasons.  In my book, er, on my blog, that’s a good thing. We need more conversations. And I’d say that we need more conversation about real life, not only what happens on the big screen of entertainment. Here’s what people are saying: Culturally-savvy commentaries Crazy Rich Asians Is Going to Cha...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Hollywood, Abc, Southeast Asia, Singapore, New York City, Religion, Disney, US, America, Los Angeles, Movie, Atlantic, Washington Dc, Shanghai

Monument Valley is becoming a movie

Monument Valley, the award-winning and beautifully designed mobile puzzler from ustwo Games, is being turned into a movie, according to a report from Deadline. While the game involves a manipulating Escher-like architecture in order to guide a princess through her quest, the movie version will feature live-action characters being thrown into the game’s “mind-bending world,” the report says. Paramount Pictures and Akiva Goldsman’s Weed Road Pictures have selected Patrick Osborne to direct the mov...
Tags: Apple, Gaming, Games, Monument Valley, Tech, Movie, Ustwo, Osborne, Paramount Pictures, ustwo Games, Escher, Ida, Nimona, Akiva Goldsman, Dan Gray, Patrick Osborne

It’s finally happening! Original “Trick” cast reunites as they gear up for the sequel

The original cast reunited for the first reading of the script at the Los Angeles LGBT Center in Hollywood over the weekend.
Tags: Hollywood, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Los Angeles, Movie, Tori Spelling, Trick, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Sequel, Miss Coco Peru, Trick 2, Jimmie Fowlie

Take a Globe-Trotting Journey into the History of the New Testament

You’ve heard the skeptics: “We can’t trust the biblical manuscripts.” And sadly, many people believe them without actually knowing the facts. So what do the experts really say? The new Faithlife original film Fragments of Truth tackles skeptical claims head on, providing a powerful resource for defending your faith. This feature-length documentary takes you around the globe with renowned scholar Dr. Craig Evans. You’ll join him as he investigates ancient manuscripts, deciphers historical mysteri...
Tags: Documentary, Religion, Bible, Movie, Products, Craig, Blu Ray, Gospels, Craig Evans, Dr. Craig Evans, Faithlife Original Film, Fragments Of Truth