Month: September 2022

Netflix has grounded its adaptation of the Dark Horse Comic book Grendel. Deadline revealed the news Tuesday, stating that the show had been in production and that plenty of scenes had been filmed. Based on Matt Wagner’s groundbreaking comic book series, Grendel follows Hunter Rose, a gifted fencer, writer and assassin as, seeking to avenge
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Arianne Phillips is the costume designer behind the wardrobe for the much-anticipated film “Don’t Worry Darling,” which is now out in theaters. Phillips, who was Oscar nominated for her work on “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” (2019) and “Walk the Line” (2006), worked closely with director Olivia Wilde, production designer Katie Byron, and cinematographer
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The choice of music in a TV show is a significant factor. A well-conceptualized opening sequence accompanied by a great song can be more memorable than the TV show itself. We have compiled 20 excellent opening theme songs to which one cannot help but move their body. And if they don’t, their mind does the
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The Canadian men’s national team will face their biggest test ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup when they take on No. 13-ranked Uruguay in a Tuesday tuneup match played in Slovakia. Since embarking on their World Cup journey in 2018, Canada haven’t faced opposition outside the North American region before their 2-0 win over
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A dancer and a musician form a unique friendship in Masaaki Yuasa’s fantastical animated musical. Japan’s Genpei War of the 1180s was so consequential that even 300 years later, the Heike clan (the losing side, all but vanquished) was a popular subject for the likes of biwa players and practitioners of the then-novel noh theater.
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With its surreal sketches, risqué cultural commentary and cheerily low productions values, Eurotrash was the late-night talkshow du jour in the 1990s, pulling in a whopping 2-3 million viewers per week at the height of its popularity. Originally airing on Channel 4, the cult magazine show is best remembered for smutting up British television for
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Parker Finn’s debut redeems the Trauma Horror movie with ferocious focus and demented humor. Published 27 Sep 2022 Tags: Parker Finn Smile Anticipation. The trailer suggests a one-trick pony. Enjoyment. Well, that’s quite an array of tricks! In Retrospect. Keep an eye on Finn.
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