A ghost hunter claims to have seen the ghostly figure of a ‘little girl’ lurking in the supposedly haunted house where the 2021 horror movie A Savannah Haunting was filmed. Kalani Smith, 24, from Nashville, Tennessee, says the team behind the movie invited him to investigate the set in Savannah, Georgia after filming wrapped up.
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Welcome to this week’s installment of The Intelligence Brief newsletter… with the long-awaited delivery of the next installment of the DOD’s investigations into UAP finally appearing at the website of the ODNI in recent days, our double-sized analysis this week will be focusing on four key takeaways you might have missed from the 2022 Annual
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Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid was released in 2019 and quickly gained an audience: it’s sold more than a million copies, was a Reese’s Book Club Pick, and was named one of the best books of 2019 by NPR, The Washington Post, and us here at Book Riot, to name a
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Thom Browne swears he doesn’t plan on going viral when putting together his fashion shows; he doesn’t even think about how they might play on the internet. Instead, he crafts his shows—which, really, are much more like pieces of theater—to tell a story to those attending in real life. “For me, it’s more interesting that
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Weapons sparked a studio bidding war that netted Cregger an alleged eight figure payday—plus a rare amount of creative control. By Grant Rindner January 25, 2023 Bill Skarsgard in Barbarian.Courtesy of 20th Century Studios via Everett Collection Zach Cregger scored one of 2022’s breakout hits with the bitingly funny, socially attuned horror movie Barbarian, and clearly the
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Regal parent Cineworld said it’s opted to pursue a sale of assets and the process “is well under way” with non-binding bids due February 16. The company said in a bankruptcy filing this week that it’s reached out to 30 “potential transaction parties” including many competitors. If the debtors (Cineworld and its affiliates) find one
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Fever Ray has shared ‘Kandy’, the latest single from their upcoming album Radical Romantics. Karin Dreijer wrote and produced the track with their brother and Knife bandmate, Olof Dreijer, and the siblings also co-star in the accompanying video from director Martin Falck. Check out the clip, which pays homage to the visual for the Knife’s
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If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Rolling Stone may receive an affiliate commission. Luke Bryan, Shania Twain, and Zac Brown Band will headline the 2023 Faster Horses festival. The music and camping gathering in Brooklyn, Michigan, announced its lineup on Wednesday. Along with its three headliners,
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Let’s get the obvious out of the way first: One Day is a tight record. It’s Fucked Up’s shortest full-length to date, a significant milestone for a band that has made the occasional compact statement but is mostly known for continuously expanding its horizons. Though they’ve kept busy in the past few years – embracing bold concepts
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