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April 6 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

April 6 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s April 6 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon!  New Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar From Bridesmaids co-stars and co-writers Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo comes this comedy about two best friends who leave their small town and embark on the adventure of a l...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, Church, Budapest, United States, Paris, TV News, Patti Smith, Blu-ray, Dvd, Kristen Wiig, Lucas, Atlantic Ocean, Mark, Robert Scott


Full US Trailer for Norway's 'Amundsen: The Greatest Expedition' Film

"We may as well be on a foreign planet." Samuel Goldwyn Films has released a new official US trailer for the Norwegian adventure drama Amundsen: The Greatest Expedition, from director Espen Sandberg. This is finally arriving in the US on VOD in April after originally opening in Norway back in 2019 (we posted this teaser a few years back). Pål Sverre Hagen stars as the iconic Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen, who explored the North Pole in the early 1900s. Amundsen’s dream of reaching the No...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, US, Norway, Robert Scott, Samuel Goldwyn, Roald Amundsen, Amundsen, To Watch, Foreign Film, Espen Sandberg, Pål Sverre Hagen, Christian Rubeck Amundsen


Top Democrats introduce a bill to raise the minimum wage to $15 by 2025, raising pay for 32 million Americans

A group of BLM demonstrators protest the Federal Reserve Bank about $15 minimum wage in NYC to solidarity nationwide in Lower Manhattan at the financial district in New York, United States on July 20, 2020 Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images Top Democrats introduced the Raise the Wage Act of 2021 on Tuesday, which would gradually increase the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2025. House Labor Chair Robert Scott said the Act would gradually phase out subminimum wages for tipped ...
Tags: Florida, Senate, America, Trends, Joe Biden, BLM, Sanders, Scott, Robert Scott, Vermont Sen Bernie Sanders, Economic Policy Institute, Lower Manhattan, New York United States, Federal Reserve Bank, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Congress He


Speaking U.S Congressional Candidate John Collick

U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)-John Collick served his country with honor in the United States Marine Corp. He worked as a Signals Intelligence Analyst and a Counterterrorism Analyst. John received a B.S. from Campbell University and an M.B.A in Homeland Security from Northcentral University. He retired as a 1st SGT. After finishing his time in the Marines, John went into the business world. He was a Target executive team leader before going into business for himself. His life was great, but John fe...
Tags: Facebook, Guns, Congress, Virginia, House Of Representatives, John, Nra, Democratic Party, Robert Scott, Northern Virginia, Congressional, District, ATF, Bobby Scott, NFA, U S Congressional


Tally Ho! 15 Essential Tracks from the New Zealand Pop Underground

Recorded for $60 in an island country near the bottom of the globe, the debut single by New Zealand's the Clean was an unlikely candidate to be an international game-changer. A heap of jagged edges and jittery hooks, pushed along by a screechy Farfisa organ and shouts of "Tally Ho", the song seems to revel in the joys of music-making with little regard for who's listening. Still, listeners began to take notice, and the 1981 release of "Tally Ho" would in time be regarded as a milestone -- not ...
Tags: Music, Pop, New Zealand, Clean, Indie Pop, Alternative Rock, Robert Scott, Indie Rock, Alastair Galbraith, David Kilgour, Chris Knox, The Chills, Hamish Kilgour, Post-punk, Jangle Pop, The Clean


Deaths in the comic arts field in 2019

(updates marked  with a *) Deaths in 2019 (with thanks to DD Degg of the Daily Cartoonist) included Gerry Alanguilan, *animation voice actor Patricia Alice Albrecht, CrossGen founder Mark Alessi, Syrian political cartoonist Wahib al-Husseini, comics scholar Donald Ault, animation voice actor Robert Axelrod, Ken Bald, French cartoonist Alex Barbier, comics lawyer and editor Mitch Berger, stop-motion animator Bruce Bickford, co-owner of Dragon's Comics & Fantasy - San Antonio Cliff Bl...
Tags: Comics, Texas, Washington Dc, San Diego, Robert Scott, Dave Smith, Richard Williams, Daytona Beach News Journal, Martel, Paul Krassner, Doug Dillard, Mike Rhode, Kyoto Animation, Mitch Berger, John Latham, Michael Lindsay


Deaths in the comic arts field in 2019

Deaths in 2019 (with thanks to DD Degg of the Daily Cartoonist) included Gerry Alanguilan, CrossGen founder Mark Alessi, Syrian political cartoonist Wahib al-Husseini, comics scholar Donald Ault, animation voice actor Robert Axelrod, Ken Bald, French cartoonist Alex Barbier, comics lawyer and editor Mitch Berger, stop-motion animator Bruce Bickford, co-owner of Dragon's Comics & Fantasy - San Antonio Cliff Bland, William F. Brown, Scottish cartoonist Russell Campbell, Ernie Colón, Jour...
Tags: Comics, Texas, Washington Dc, San Diego, Robert Scott, Dave Smith, Richard Williams, Daytona Beach News Journal, Martel, Paul Krassner, Doug Dillard, Mike Rhode, Kyoto Animation, Mitch Berger, John Latham, Michael Lindsay


Don’t Be Shocked: I Had a Psychosis

It was quite a shock for me when the independent psychiatrist asked me during my forced stay in the mental hospital what I thought of my diagnosis “schizophrenia”. It was the first time I heard my diagnosis. For the rest of our conversation the diagnosis “schizophrenia” echoed in my head. I associated “schizophrenia” with: being an outcast and violence. It was as if I was told that I was inferior and no longer part of society. Because of my illness, my husband wanted a divorce from me, I saw my ...
Tags: Books, Featured, Edward Snowden, National Security Agency, Health & Medicine, Don, Robert Scott, Science & Medicine, Daniel Reche, Arnhild Lauveng


Telling it like it is: opening up about my vulnerability

It was quite a shock for me when the independent psychiatrist asked me during my forced stay in the mental hospital what I thought of my diagnosis “schizophrenia”. It was the first time I heard my diagnosis. For the rest of our conversation the diagnosis “schizophrenia” echoed in my head. I associated “schizophrenia” with: being an outcast and violence. It was as if I was told that I was inferior and no longer part of society. Because of my illness, my husband wanted a divorce from me, I saw my ...
Tags: Books, Featured, Edward Snowden, National Security Agency, Health & Medicine, Robert Scott, Science & Medicine, Daniel Reche, Arnhild Lauveng


Stream A Massive David Berman Tribute Album Featuring Dean Wareham, Jad Fair, & More

Approaching Perfection: A Tribute To DC Berman is a massive new tribute to late Silver Jews and Purple Mountains frontman David Berman, who died two months ago today. The French music site Section 26 compiled the comp, which features contributions from the likes of Dean Wareham, Adam Green, Jad Fair, Jeffrey Lewis, Kyle … More »
Tags: Music, Album Stream, Robert Scott, Berman, Jad Fair, Adam Green, Kyle Forester, Pete Astor, Jeffrey Lewis, Dean Wareham, David Berman, Silver Jews, Purple Mountains, Wareham Jad Fair, Wareham Adam Green Jad Fair Jeffrey Lewis Kyle


Getting new license plates for a used car seems kinda weird

Q. Honk: I bought a used car from a dealership. The dealer put those new temporary paper plates on, having removed the existing permanent plates and throwing them away. I asked the salesman about it, and he said they take all plates off of all used vehicles. Not efficient. Hopefully I’ll receive new plates from the Department of Motor Vehicles without any problems. What does the new law require? – Phil Seminara, Anaheim  A. Just that your car has legitimate back and front plates, either the temp...
Tags: New York, News, Navy, California, Air Canada, Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, Glendale, DMV, Vietnam, Orange County, Pearl Harbor, Usc, Robert Scott, Department of Motor Vehicles


Used cars usually come with used license plates

Q. Honk: I bought a used car from a dealership. The dealer put those new temporary paper plates on, having removed the existing permanent plates and throwing them away. I asked the salesman about it, and he said they take all plates off of all used vehicles. Not efficient. Hopefully I’ll receive new plates from the Department of Motor Vehicles without any problems. What does the new law require? – Phil Seminara, Anaheim  A. Just that your car has legitimate back and front plates, either the temp...
Tags: New York, News, Navy, California, Air Canada, Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, Glendale, DMV, Vietnam, Orange County, Pearl Harbor, Usc, Robert Scott, Department of Motor Vehicles


NSSF Names O.F. Mossberg & Son’s Joseph Bartozzi as President

NSSF Names O.F. Mossberg & Son's Joseph Bartozzi as President NEWTOWN, Conn. —-(Ammoland.com)- The Board of Governors of the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the trade association to the firearms industry, today announced that O.F. Mossberg & Son’s Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Joseph Bartozzi, will be the organization’s next President. Bartozzi will assume his new duties Sept. 10, 2018.Current President and CEO Steve Sanetti will stay on in his CEO capacity through ...
Tags: Guns, Connecticut, Committee, Joe, Board, U S Supreme Court, Mossberg, National Shooting Sports Foundation, Robert Scott, Newtown Conn, Board of Governors, NSSF, Shooting Industry News, NSSFThe National Shooting Sports Foundation, Association of Firearm, American Outdoor Brands


Survival lessons from the race to the South Pole

Lately I had been fascinated by the explorations of Roald Admunson and Robert Scott in their race to reach the South Pole first. One team (Admunsons) made it there in superb time and back again with no fatalities or difficulties while the other (Scott) was completely wiped out to a man. So why did one succeed so well while the other became fatal? Some comparisons... Admunson spent time in the northern wilderness and learned to dress in animal furs like the Inuit did for millennia, which adap...
Tags: Europe, England, Best, Weapon, Disaster Preparedness General Discussion, South Pole, Scott, Robert Scott, Roald Admunson, Admunson, Scott OTOH, Admunsen


Punta Arenas in the spotlight: Chile's oil-rich gateway city to the Antarctic

It once hosted Captain Scott and serves as a jumping-off point for expeditions to the icy wastes to the south. Global investment lies ahead – and better housing for the city’s indigenous populationWhen Robert Scott’s frozen remains were recovered 105 years ago this week, Antarctic exploration was a European-only affair. Now it’s a bustling global concern, poised to open up even more as the ice caps recede. Chile’s southernmost city, Punta Arenas, a wind-bitten port of nearly 130,000 on the Strai...
Tags: Americas, World news, Cities, Culture, Chile, Antarctic, Scott, Robert Scott, Punta Arenas, Strait Of Magellan, Muñoz Gamero


‘It’ Review: Come for the Evil Clown, Stay For the Incredible Kid Performances

There’s a level of artifice inherent in acting. A great performance lets us forget that. Generally speaking, it’s a more difficult task when it comes to child actors, which is what makes Andy Muschietti’s It so remarkable. The Losers’ Club he’s assembled is stellar across the board; there’s nothing about these kids that seems fake or affected, to the point that even when the film starts to fly off into more extreme flights of fancy, they manage to keep it firmly grounded. It’s the summer of ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Stephen King, Tim Curry, It, Features, Movie Reviews, Adaptation, New Line, Bill, Taylor, Warner Brothers, Mike, Robert Scott, Georgie, Pennywise


TV Bits: ‘It’ Actor Joins ‘Locke & Key’, ‘Lore’ Trailer, ‘Star Trek’ Woes, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: Amazon reveals the first Lore trailer. An It actor joins the cast of Locke & Key. Netflix has developed its own strains of weed. The truth behind Bryan Fuller parting with Star Trek: Discovery. And more! Actor Jackson Robert Scott, who plays the ill-fated Georgie Denbrough in the upcoming movie version of Stephen King’s It, has joined another King-adjacent project: he’ll play eight-year-old Bode Locke in the TV series adaptation of Locke & Key, which is based on...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Television, Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Stephen King, Simpsons, Dallas, The Mindy Project, Taran Killam, Nickelodeon, Youtube Red, John Cena, Scott, Robert Scott, Downey


Fruitcake From Robert Scott Expedition Is ‘Almost’ Edible at 106 Years Old

Conservationists who found the ice-covered dessert in Antarctica believe it once belonged to the British explorer.
Tags: News, Antarctica, Cakes, Great Britain, Scott, Robert Scott, Robert Falcon, Vis-photo, Historic Buildings and Sites, Antarctic Regions, Exploration and Explorers


Antarctic explorer’s 118-year-old painting discovered among penguin poo

Watercolour of a small bird was painted by Dr Edward Wilson, who died in 1912 with Captain Robert Scott on their return trip to the south pole A 118-year-old painting by a celebrated south pole explorer has been discovered in a historic Antarctic hut hidden among penguin poo.Dr Edward Wilson, who died with Captain Robert Scott and three others in 1912 as they battled to return from their trip to the south pole, painted the watercolour of a small bird. Continue reading...
Tags: Art, Antarctica, New Zealand, Antarctic, Robert Scott, Edward Wilson


Critics Fear Donald Trump Is Backing Off China Trade Crackdown

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Tags: News, North Korea, White House, China, Joe Biden, Syria, United States, Nato, Treasury, International Monetary Fund, Goldman Sachs, The New York Times, Federal Reserve, Donald Trump, Goldman, Wall Street Journal


If Trump Wants To Get Tough On Trade, He Should Prioritize China, Study Says

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Tags: Japan, Texas, News, Congress, California, Washington, Mexico, Oregon, White House, China, Germany, Mit, United States, World Trade Organization, Treasury, WTO


The Bats prep new LP 'The Deep Set' (listen to "No Trace")

The NZ band's signature sound, led by Robert Scott's strum and Kaye Woodward's snaky leads, remains intact and winning as ever. Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, New Zealand, Music News, Nz, Tour Dates, Bill Pearis, Robert Scott


Antarctic explorers help make discovery 100 years after their epic adventures

Heroes of Antarctic exploration have played a crucial role in research that suggests the area of sea ice around Antarctica has barely changed in size in 100 years. Ice observations recorded in the ships' logbooks of explorers such as the British Captain Robert Scott and Ernest Shackleton and the German Erich von Drygalski have been used to compare where the Antarctic ice edge was during the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration (1897--1917) and where satellites show it is todayed to attempt the fi...
Tags: Antarctica, Antarctic, Robert Scott, Ernest Shackleton


Antarctic explorers help University of Reading experts make climate change discovery - 100 years on

Research included looking at the ships’ logbooks of explorers such as Captain Robert Scott and Sir Ernest Shackleton [Author: Jonathan Low]
Tags: Home, Robert Scott, Ernest Shackleton, University of Reading


The Mere Prospect Of A President Trump Has Fixed Two Big Issues

WASHINGTON – Donald Trump is still 65 days away from taking the presidential oath of office, but he can already point to key victories on signature issues such as stopping illegal immigration and fixing the economy. The Republican president-elect campaigned to stop undocumented migrants from “pouring” across the border unchecked, but it turns out there are at least a million fewer people here illegally than there were in 2007 and the current migration trend is actually in the opposite direction...
Tags: News, Washington, Mexico, China, Gop, United States, Mitt Romney, Goldman Sachs, Republican, Donald Trump, Huffington Post, University Of Michigan, Trump, Flint, Scott, Robert Scott


Lena Horne and Gabor Szabo

There are plenty of jazz albums in the rock era that, on paper, never should have worked but did and still do, exceptionally well. Joe Pass's The Stones Jazz (1966) is one. Paul Desmond's Bridge Over Troubled Water (1970) is another. Add Lena & Gabor (1970) to the list. When the album by vocalist Lena Horne backed by guitarist Gábor Szabó (above) was released in 1970, it came out on Skye Records, a label formed in 1968 by Szabó, vibraphonist Cal Tjader, arranger Gary McFarland and executive No...
Tags: Jazz, John Williams, Skye, Joe, Cornell Dupree, Harry Nilsson, Robert Scott, Horne, Paul Desmond, McFarland, Lena Horne, Szabo, Gary McFarland, Marc Myers, Tee, Bob Freedman


An interview with the trade expert Donald Trump cited 20 times

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have helped change the national conversation about free trade. But maybe not in all the right ways, says Robert Scott, a leading critic of current trade policy.
Tags: Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, Robert Scott


An interview with the trade expert Donald Trump cited 20 times

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have helped change the national conversation about free trade. But maybe not in all the right ways, says Robert Scott, a leading critic of current trade policy.
Tags: News, Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, Robert Scott


A Duesenberg fit for a Queen (of Diamonds)

The “Queen of Diamonds” Franay-bodied 1933 Duesenberg Model J. Photos by Trent Sherrill, courtesy of Auctions America, unless otherwise noted. Born in December 1893 to a working class family in Rochester, New York, Mabel Boll’s stunning beauty and ability to tell a good story would help her rise from cigar girl to the “Queen of Diamonds,” a nickname given for her affinity for expensive jewelry. A string of wealthy husbands would help her afford other luxuries as well, and in September her Fran...
Tags: Europe, New York, London, France, Indiana, Shows, Chicago, United States, Auctions, Paris, Autos, Auburn, Monterey, Born, Robert Scott, Newport Beach California


New Criminal Charges Filed In Flint Water Crisis

Photo: Bill Pugliano/Getty Images. Update: On Friday morning, six additional state employees were criminally charged in connection with the Flint water crisis, The Detroit Free Press reported.Those charged, according to testimony presented in Flint's district court, are: Nancy Peeler, Corinne Miller, and Robert Scott from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services workers; and Liane Shekter-Smith, Adam Rosenthal, and Patrick Cook from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quali...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hillary Clinton, Glasgow, Michigan, Black, Clinton, Henderson, Flint, Rick Snyder, Michigan Department Of Environmental Quality, Robert Scott, Karen Weaver, Snyder, National Guard, Detroit Free Press