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Welcome to Revenge of the Remakes, where columnist Matt Donato takes us on a journey through the world of horror remakes. We all complain about Hollywood’s lack of originality whenever studios announce new remakes, reboots, and reimaginings, but the reality? Far more positive examples of refurbished classics and updated legacies exist than you’re willing to remember
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Birth certificates currently publicly record a baby’s sex as ‘male’ or ‘female’. (Envato Elements) The American Medical Association is recommending that sex be dropped from the public part of birth certificates – and conservatives are very upset. Designating babies as ‘male’ or ‘female’ on the public-facing part of their birth certificate “fails to recognise the
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News Tierra Whack Shares New Song “Walk the Beat”: Listen “Fashion shows, fancy clothes/That’s just the way it goes.” By Evan Minsker August 3, 2021 Facebook Twitter Tierra Whack in 2019 (Scott Dudelson/Getty Images) Facebook Twitter Tierra Whack is back with a new single called “Walk the Beat.” The club track features these repeated words:
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It’s been almost 12 years since Occupied City, the second instalment in David Peace’s Tokyo trilogy, was published. For fans of this ambitious author it’s been a long wait, but in Tokyo Redux Peace delivers a humdinger which, according to the author, was in part delayed by the sheer volume of material about the case
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Matt Damon sought to stress he does not use homophobic slurs ‘in his personal life’. (Stephane Cardinale – Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images) Matt Damon has denied using homophobic slurs “in his personal life” after suggesting he retired “the f-slur” only recently. In an interview with The Sunday Times, the 50-year-old actor recalled telling a “joke” at
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©New Line Cinema/Courtesy Everett CollectionEverett For as long as I can remember, I’ve admired the way writers dress. Good style, it seems, by measure of the frequency with which it appears, is a trait practically essential to those who achieve prolific careers in publishing. Who would not fall as infatuated with Kathy Acker in her
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It’s not unusual for eras or decades of the horror genre to be categorized by one overarching theme or style. The eighties have become synonymous for their boom in low-budget, often sleazy, slasher films inspired by the cornerstone slashers of the mid-to-late seventies. The horrors of the 50s reflected cultural fears of science creating new
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Sony Picture Classics and Neon fared well in their small releases this week with Nine Days and Ailey respectively, running across 6 total locations in New York, Los Angeles and Irvine – both notching heavy per screen averages with the former leading to its wider release next week. Nine Days hit NYC (Angelika, AMC Lincoln Square)
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News Travis Scott Announces Production Deal With A24 Films The studio behind Uncut Gems will work alongside Cactus Jack Films on special projects By Quinn Moreland August 2, 2021 Facebook Twitter Travis Scott, March 2017 (Victor Boyko/Getty Images for Kenzo) Facebook Twitter Travis Scott’s Cactus Jack Films has landed a production deal with A24 Films, the
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Making herstory.  On Monday, Aug. 2, New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard made history as the first openly transgender woman to compete at the Olympics. Though the 43-year-old finished the +87 kg competition early after not being able to register a snatch, her presence at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics comes 18 years after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) created
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