Month: October 2020

Art is, of course, beautiful to look at. Whether you love contemporary paintings or something more traditional, or whether you prefer sculpture or murals or any other type of art, there is something extraordinary about it that can speak to a person’s emotions and really allow for true personalities to shine through. Yet there are
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With Boys in the Trees, director Nicholas Verso spun a coming-of-age tale steeped in dark fantasy and Halloween. The festival favorite captured the ‘90s, but more importantly, it showcased Verso’s sentimentality. That continues with Toys of Terror, a feature written by Stan Against Evil and The Simpsons’ Dana Gould. Gould’s sense of horror-laced humor combined with Verso’s distinct feel for nostalgia-induced sweetness makes
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Like us, Yuna has spent her quarantine wearing her husband’s hoodie, watching Netflix home makeover shows, and buying weird stuff online. The Malaysian singer has spent the last six months in her hometown of Kuala Lumpur. “It’s just like being back to the teenager Yuna,” she says, “Where my mom has the privilege of just
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Halloween is, overall, my number one fave holiday of the year. In fact, it combines all my favourite things! Candy eaten in copious amounts, check. Creativity being encouraged, check. Whimsical creatures wandering the streets, check. Although, let me be clear: I’m not usually a fan of being scared, but something about Halloween makes it feel
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Tenacious D have enlisted an all-star cast of guests for a cover of the Rocky Horror Picture Show theme ‘Time Warp’. Phoebe Bridgers, Karen O, King Princess, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, Sarah Silverman, Peaches, King Princess, Jamie Lee Curtis, Ezra Miller, Susan Sarandon, Eric Andre, John waters, and more join Jack
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Announced back in September, Netflix is getting set to unleash an animated series titled “Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness,” and we’ve got a couple brand new images for ya tonight. “Infinite Darkness” features iconic characters Claire Redfield and Leon S. Kennedy, set in the canon of Capcom’s classic survival horror franchise and arriving sometime in 2021.
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Whether it’s coming out of Nashville, New York, L.A., or points in between, there’s no shortage of fresh tunes, especially from artists who have yet to become household names. Rolling Stone Country selects some of the best new music releases from country and Americana artists. Ross Cooper, “South of the Angels” Bona fide cowboy Ross Cooper
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Tales of an alleged, massive, multi-leveled underground base at the town of Dulce, New Mexico abound. Largely, the stories began during the controversial saga of Paul Bennewitz, a scientist based in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the time. We’re talking about roughly from 1979 to the mid-1980s. Bennewitz was subjected to a wave of UFO-themed disinformation
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Today’s Featured Deals In case you missed yesterday’s most popular deals Previous Daily Deals The Deep by Nick Cutter for $1.99 Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuval for $3.99 Hausmagick: Transform Your Home with Witchcraft by Erica Feldmann for $2.99 The Sellout by Paul Beatty for $2.99 Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake for $2.99
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Much like DC and their FanDome event this past summer, Blumhouse has announced that they’re bringing the Halloween fun to you at home this week with their first annual BlumFest. And yes, there will be a Halloween Kills panel. Read on for details! Join the stars from the upcoming Blumhouse films Freaky and The Craft: Legacy; talent and
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Big-voiced Kentucky native Branden Martin is unapologetic about his boozy ways in his new single, “Drunk Again.” Press play below to hear the track, premiering exclusively on The Boot. Co-written by Martin and Jerry Salley, and produced by Kyle Manner, “Drunk Again” finds Martin sleepless late at night, and surely headed for a hangover the next morning. “I can
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