Maxim suuuuuuucks. After kicking off October proper with a discussion of the meta horror comedy The Final Girls last week, we’re classing things up with a look at Alfred Hitchcock‘s original adaptation of Daphne du Maurier‘s classic novel Rebecca and its villainous lesbian housekeeper Mrs. Danvers (just in time for Ben Wheatley’s new Netflix adaptation).
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Even if you can’t go out this year for Halloween for your usual haunts, that doesn’t mean you can’t stay in with style. Whether your plans include watching Hocus Pocus for the 400th time or reading horror novels into the wee hours of the night, these literary Halloween shirts are just what you need to
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Miley Cyrus performed a set during the #SaveOurStages virtual festival on Saturday (October 17). The three-day virtual event, which saw artists including Foo Fighters and Phoebe Bridgers performing in empty venues around the US, was put on to benefit the National Independent Venue Association’s Emergency Relief Fund. Accompanied by a six-piece band, the pop singer
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“SNL” mocked the dueling Presidential debates, and it was pretty funny. Jim Carrey played Joe Biden, who showed his numerical age with some dad/granddad references to pop culture and a penchant for reminiscing WAAY back. The cold open ping-ponged from Biden to Trump, who of course was hilariously played by Alec Baldwin. Kate McKinnon, who
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October 18, 2020 3:23 pm By Nadia Vella The Mountain Kings was recently nominated at the Independent Horror Movie Awards and The Hardcore Horror Fest, including official selection, Best Actress, Best Kill and Best Nudity. Murder. Mayhem. Movie-making. Three friends take a dark journey into murder, mayhem and movie-making in this raw and unflinching experimental
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In the midst of a pandemic, writer Dan Riley caught up with actor Timothée Chalamet in Woodstock, New York for GQ’s November cover profile. Officially, Chalamet was there preparing for an upcoming role as a young Bob Dylan, who famously went upstate to convalesce after a motorcycle accident. Unofficially, Chalamet was taking the opportunity to
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Doug Supernaw, who made his mark in country music during the late ’80s through the late ’90s with several Top 30 hits, including “I Don’t Call Him Daddy,” announced in February of 2019 that he is battling Stage IV cancer. Unfortunately, his condition has worsened, and as a result, he is now under hospice care. Supernaw’s
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Facebook Appears In The Mueller Report And then there is the time Facebook appeared in special counsel Robert Mueller’s 2019 report on Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential Election. Similar to the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Russia’s Internet Research Agency (IRA) reached millions of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter users in the United States leading up to
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For fans of blaxploitation horror, 1974’s Abby is perhaps most notorious for its marketing as “The Black Exorcist” (nearly named ‘The Blaxorcist’) and having achieved the honor of being sued into (literal) oblivion by Warner Bros. for copyright infringement. It’s undeniably true that the script is, shall we say, lacking in original thought — part
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