Month: May 2020

Reverend Louis Sheldon founded an organisation now classed as an extremist hate group (YouTube/PIJN) Reverend Louis Sheldon, the anti-gay founder of a lobbying group known for opposing LGBT+ rights, has died at the age of 85. Sheldon died on Friday (May 29) in Southern California of a longstanding condition, his son-in-law James Lafferty said. Sheldon
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Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for HBO Insecure actor Kendrick Sampson was out on the frontlines during one of Los Angeles’ protests. Sadly, the 32-year-old star was a victim of police brutality during one of his demonstrations in West Hollywood in support of his Build Power Initiative, which was co-organized by Black Lives Matter at Pan Pacific Park. Additionally, the
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The Trocadero Centre in Leicester Square, a hugely popular area for tourism in the West End, London. (Pictures Ltd./Corbis via Getty Images) A British LGBT+ community forum welcomed plans on Thursday (May 28) for a mosque and community centre in the heart of London’s gay district despite seething pushback. With its yellowing walls, the historic
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Prep school secret society. Vigilante Archie. Creepy VHS tapes. Riverdale Season 4 was a roller coaster of suspenseful mysteries and unexpected twists. And in some instances, baffling ones too. The characters dived deeper into the town’s seedy underbelly and uncovered truths that were long hidden for generations. (We see you, Mr. DuPont!) There were romance
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The Focus Features musical dramedy The High Note is looking to hit exactly that as it lands on-demand starting today. Directed by Late Night‘s Nisha Ganatra from a script by Flora Greeson, the film was originally set to hit theaters on May 8 but, like many films, the film adapted and shifted to a digital. However, with theaters slowly
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In 2017, Satan’s Slaves topped the list of highest-grossing films in Indonesia. After receiving strong buzz during its festival run, the film found a perfect home on Shudder, where it’s continued its reputation as one of the streaming platform’s most frightening offerings. The international success of Satan’s Slaves seems fitting, considering it’s a remake of 1980’s Satan’s Slave, an influential
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“My heart can’t take it, seeing what’s happened to #GeorgeFloyd,” Ciara tweeted. ”This is eerily similar to the death of #EricGarner. There has to be a stopping point in the process of arresting someone. It’s all senseless.” “Enough!!!” Lupita Nyong’o declared. “#GeorgeFloyd #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd.” “This is not okay. And it will not stop until everyone does their part. Especially white
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The Powerpuff Girls (1998-2005) A professor’s mixture of sugar, spice, and everything nice with an accidental dose of Chemical X creates the greatest trio of super-powered crimefighters the city of Townsville has ever seen: elementary school-aged girls named Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup. Why It’s A Good Option For Superhero Fans: For parents concerned over the
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Screenwriter Apurva Asrani (right) with his partner Siddhant (Twitter/@Apurvasrani) Acclaimed Bollywood filmmaker Apurva Asrani has celebrated buying a house with his partner after being forced to hide their relationship for 15 years. Asrani is an award-winning filmmaker best known for Satya (1998), Shahid (2013), and the human rights biopic Aligarh (2016). His drama-comedy series Made in
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