Toho’s The Mysterians (1957) is a mammoth sci-fi spectacle, featuring giant lasers, flying saucers, underground domes, alien invaders, and robot monsters. Lying beneath its visual prowess is a set of questions, themes, and ideas that elevate The Mysterians as one of the decade’s most fascinating films. It asserts a warning for humanity: don’t misuse science. For 1957, in
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Drake almost finds humor in the Grammys which inexplicably snubbed The Weeknd, essentially saying those little trophies really don’t mean crap. Drake said Wednesday night, “I think we should stop allowing ourselves to be shocked every year by the disconnect between impactful music and these awards and just accept that what once was the highest
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Exclusive Details Megan Fox apparently has a great thing going with Machine Gun Kelly … good enough that she’s decided to pull the trigger and divorce Brian Austin Green. The actress filed her divorce docs Wednesday after nearly 10-and-a-half years of marriage to the ‘90210’ star. In the docs — obtained by TMZ — Megan
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There’s a scene toward the beginning of Asif Kapadia’s documentary, Diego Maradona, where Maradona is standing in some dusty locker room, somewhere in Argentina, waiting to be interviewed. It’s the early ‘80s: He hasn’t moved to Europe yet, hasn’t won the World Cup, hasn’t quite become El Diego. But he’s started to score goals, started
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Poison frontman and sometimes country singer Bret Michaels is selling his Southwestern estate in Arizona, and pictures show a spectacular property that’s worth every penny of its $3.299 million asking price. The singer, guitarist and songwriter listed his estate at an undisclosed address in Scottsdale in late November. According to Variety, the single-story 5 bedroom,
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Poor Princess Margaret (Helena Bonham Carter) has a rough time of it in the new season of The Crown, in particular in the seventh episode, “The Hereditary Principle.” In the space of that single episode, Margaret has a medical scare that requires lung surgery, is demoted from her royal duties, and discovers a devastating secret
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Today’s Featured Deals In case you missed yesterday’s most popular deals Previous Daily Deals Fate of the Fallen by Kel Kade for $2.99 Rosewater by Tade Thompson for $2.99 Silver Sparrow by Tayari Jones for $1.99 Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo for $2.99 Children of the Land by Marcelo Hernandez Castillo for $1.99 Take
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Their fifth and shortest full-length album, BE is somewhat of an oddity in BTS’ discography. Arriving just nine months after the K-pop group’s expansive, genre-hopping opus Map of the Soul: 7, it presents itself as almost the exact opposite product, yet also feels like a postscript to that project. Both efforts from the international superstars engage
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Those keen on listening for more metal mayhem with Funcom’s upcoming rhythm-based first-person shooter Metal: Hellsinger are in luck. The publisher, with developer The Outsiders, have released a gameplay music video for the title, featuring the progressive metal track “Poetry of Cinder” sung by James Dorton of Black Crown Initiate. The track was written by
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EXCLUSIVE: Despite the severe ratcheting down of movie theaters during the pandemic in recent weeks, Universal is standing strong with a robust global promotional campaign behind their DreamWorks Animation sequel The Croods: A New Age which opens today at 2,211 theaters. While the marketing spend on domestic wide releases has been in the single digit
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Setting up seasonal décor, earlier than usual, is a no-brainer this year. With the holidays quickly approaching, this unexpected Gift-Buying Guide selection will take some of the guesswork out of unique presents to satisfy all ages, spouse, family, and friends. Tap in to these top recommendations for 2020.   1. Just Jan’s Baker’s Delight  Just
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The Big 5 publishing houses have decreased once again, as Penguin Random House (owned by parent company Bertelmann) outbid Harper (owned by Rupert Murdoch) to acquire Simon & Schuster. Penguin Random House will pay $2 billion dollars for the company. Simon & Schuster was put up for sale by owner Viaacom CBS in March in
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Back in October, Malady, a London-based four-piece band, released their exciting debut single ‘London, I Love You but You’re Bringing Me Down.’ Today, the band premiered a music video to accompany their ear-pleasing track. The music video was directed by Will Reid. Talking about the song Frontman Cobbinah said: “I must’ve heard LCD Soundsystem’s ‘New
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