The next Bloody Disgusting x Dark Star Pictures collaboration unleashes a gory neo-Giallo set at cinephiles’ most coveted space; the movie theater. In a delightfully macabre meta-twist, The Last Matinee (Al Morir La Matinee) slices its way to Digital HD and VOD platforms on August 24th (linktr.ee). In The Last Matinee, the audience attending the last showing of a horror film in
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United Artists Releasing opens Flag Day, directed and starring Sean Penn, in a uneven specialty market where the Delta Variant spike has theaters in key cities requiring proof of vaccination, theaters are hard to book, and hits have been rare since the industry reopened. Eventually “We’ll crack the code, because good movie and good stories
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Translated by Victoria Cribb — Iceland is a country of enigmas – which could be why crime novels from the country are so popular with crime fiction lovers. Icelandic authors seem to capture those enigmas, and the nuances that surround them, with a subtle sense of humanity. Authors like Yrsa Sigurdardottir, Ragnar Jonasson and Arnaldur
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Hannah Blythyn, the Labour minister for social partnership. (Facebook) Trolls have targeted a minister’s wife in response to Wales’ ambitious plan to become the most LGBT-friendly country in Europe – proving why it has to be achieved. Fast. Laura Murton, who is married to Welsh Labour deputy minister for social partnership Hannah Blythyn, shared some
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News Eddie Vedder, Glen Hansard, and Cat Power Release Soundtrack for Sean Penn’s New Movie Flag Day: Listen Featuring three new Cat Power songs, Vedder’s cover of R.E.M.’s “Drive,” and more By Matthew Strauss August 20, 2021 Facebook Twitter Glen Hansard, Olivia Vedder, and Eddie Vedder, photo by Josh Klinghoffer Facebook Twitter Seattle Surf and
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Actress Teresa Palmer has welcomed another bundle of joy to her family.  On Thursday, Aug. 19, the 35-year-old Australian-born Warm Bodies star posted a carousel of precious Instagram photos to announce that she and husband Mark Webber welcomed daughter Prairie Moon Palmer on Tuesday, Aug. 17.  “Introducing our daughter, Prairie Moon Palmer, who was born just
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In director David Bruckner‘s latest, The Night House, recently widowed Beth (Rebecca Hall) discovers disturbing secrets about her husband after beginning to experience paranormal events at their remote lakeside house. As Beth plays detective to uncover those secrets, she also finds clues for a supernatural mystery. Screenwriters Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski (Super Dark Times, Siren) shared with Bloody Disgusting their process in
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Lawrence Chaney has come out in support of Victoria Scone. (BBC Three/Instagram/@victoriascone) RuPaul’s Drag Race star Lawrence Chaney has eviscerated critics daring to take aim at the first cis woman competing in the franchise’s 12-year-long history. Victoria Scone, the camp queen from Cardiff, is to make herstory on season three of Drag Race UK after being
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phantom limb /ˈfan(t)əm’lim/ n. an often painful sensation of the presence of a limb that has been amputated. Welcome to Phantom Limbs, a recurring feature which will take a look at intended yet unproduced horror sequels and remakes – extensions to genre films we love, appendages to horror franchises that we adore – that were sadly
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News Cassandra Jenkins Covers Eartheater’s “Faith Consuming Hope”: Watch Jenkins’ version was recorded to raise awareness about mental health By Madison Bloom August 19, 2021 Facebook Twitter Cassandra Jenkins, photo by Charlie Gross Facebook Twitter Cassandra Jenkins has shared a cover of Eartheater’s 2020 song “Faith Consuming Hope.” Jenkins recorded the track for Sounds of
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Former Castlevania showrunner Adi Shankar has filed a lawsuit against production company Project 51 and producer Kevin Kolde over being excluded from the upcoming spin-off series. Created for Netflix by Warren Ellis and developed by Shankar, the critically acclaimed Castlevania ran for 32 episodes across four seasons and was based on the popular video-game series by Konami. The first two
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A full cast of hugely relatable characters populate The Heights, Louise Candlish’s latest standalone psychological thriller, but the main one, the mover and shaker at the heart of all that transpires, is the whimsically named Ellen Saint. Wife, mother, businesswoman, as we meet Ellen she is plumbing the very depths of despair, spilling her soul
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