Month: December 2019

Luka Magnotta. (Toronto Sun/ YouTube) The recent true crime Netflix documentary Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting An Internet Killer chronicles the story of bisexual murderer Luka Magnotta – but what has happened to him since? Impossible not to watch in one night, the three-part documentary follows a group of internet sleuths trying to track down
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Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP Justin Bieber is ready to give fans a full circle look at his life and career trajectory.  On Tuesday, Dec. 31, YouTube Originals announced that they were teaming up with the 25-year-old pop singer for Bieber’s first-ever docuseries, Justin Bieber: Seasons. he had recently teased on Instagram that a new “docu-series” was in the works
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Who says network shows are too safe these days? In a sea of bland sitcom revivals and by-the-book procedurals, NBC is taking a huge swing with Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist — debuting Tuesday, Jan. 7 at 10/9c; I’ve seen the first three episodes — starring Jane Levy as a woman who starts hearing strangers’ innermost thoughts
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Oh, fanfiction! How I love you, my guilty little pleasure! It is the ultimate outlet for all of my pent-up frustration for What If? and But What About? For Percy Jackson fans, the official Universe is ever-expanding; there are a plethora of opportunities to explore alternate universes or vignettes between books. That’s where the best
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Facebook has begun to pull down “misleading” adverts targeting users of HIV-preventing PrEP drugs, after strong criticism from HIV charities. A coalition of HIV and LGBT+ groups had sent an open letter earlier this month, warning that Facebook adverts were spreading false information within the LGBT+ community about Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). Personal injury lawyers, who
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Crime fiction is something I’m always enthusiastic about, but 2019 has not produced the best vintage in my opinion. There seems to be a lot of safe and franchise-able writing going on at the moment, with established series ticking over like clockwork. Nordic noir is one of my favourite sub-genres, and a few years ago
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Grace Fellowship in Texas is leaving the United Methodist Church. (Google Maps) A Texas church has announced that it is leaving the anti-gay United Methodist Church (UMC) because it’s not anti-gay enough. According to the UMC’s Book of Discipline, the offence of being a “self-avowed practicing homosexual” is defined as when “a person openly acknowledges to
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Actress and dancer extraordinaire Deborah Lee Fong continues to push the envelope and engage herself in artistic endeavors. Fong recently participated in the Urbanworld Festival in New York City. 2020 looks to be another outstanding year for this 30-year veteran of stage and screen. Fong, a Panamanian-American, specializes in salsa and pole dancing. Her work
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Well, that took some time. Finally, the 2019 domestic box office –which was loaded with mega Disney IP such as the second-highest grossing domestic title of all-time Avengers: Endgame ($858.3M), along with the Burbank, CA studio owning seven of the top ten pics of the year (all in excess of $362M-plus) –has crossed $11 billion.
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New Year’s Eve might be an underdog when it comes to holiday-themed episodes of your favorite television series, but the countdown craze has inspired more quality moments on the small screen than you might realize. Sure, Halloween tends to feature more fun costumes and spooky scenarios on-screen, and Christmas and Hanukkah have the edge on
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