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The new Hallmark movie was filmed on location in England

TL; DR: The presence of love airs March 13 on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries. It was filmed on location in Cornwall. Eloise Mumford and Julian Morris star in the film. In the new Hallmark movie The Presence of Love, a literature teacher who hits a snag in her career receives …

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Alec Baldwin Files Documents to Avoid Liability in Deadly Filming ‘Rust’

Alec Baldwin filed for arbitration Friday against the producers of the film “Rust”, alleging he is not financially responsible for the shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins last year. The arbitration request, filed with dispute resolution provider JAMS, argues that the star’s contract protects him from financial liability in lawsuits …

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Every Jack Nicholson Death in a Tim Burton Movie

Jack Nicholson appeared in Tim Burton’s Batman and Mars Attacks!, with the filmmaker managing to kill the legendary actor three times. Jack Nicholson only appeared in two Tim Burton films, but still managed to die three times. Jack Nicholson felt like a no-brainer when casting the Joker role in 1989 …

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The World Horror Film Festival takes over Durham this weekend

DURHAM, NC (WNCN) — Edgar Allan Poe would be proud. The 23rd annual Nevermore Film Festival, named after the famous poet’s work, takes place at the Carolina Theater in Durham from Friday to Sunday. The festival showcases short films with a focus on horror, sci-fi, animation, and mystery thrillers from …

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“CODA” is a feel-good film

It’s meant, too obviously, as a feel-good movie. But Best Picture Oscar nominee “CODA,” which plays for free in select theaters this weekend (and is already streaming on Apple TV+), had the opposite effect on me. The film, written and directed by Sian Heder, is based on the 2014 French …

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8 of the Best New Women’s Haunted House Novels

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. The haunted house novel has a long and storied history. Many scholars date its creation in American literature to the late 1700s and early Gothic tradition. Names like Horace Walpole, Edgar Allan Poe …

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The author’s first novel is set near Savannah | Books | Savannah News, Events, Restaurants, Music

“The Sweater of My Soul,” a debut novel written by Lisa A. Greenlee, brims with emotional intimacy and courage while breaking down the boundaries of sexuality and racial divide. Two fearless young women break with convention to live their truths in the face of adversity and against the social norms …

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Author Gus Moreno presents an electrifying debut novel, This Thing Between Us via Zoom at the New Canaan Library

An electrifying thriller with an infusion of otherworldly events, This thing between us is the debut novel by highly acclaimed short-story writer Gus Moreno. For fans of the horror and surreal genres, this stunning debut prompted The New York Times Book review to indicate…” you don’t want to read this …

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Best 2010s Sci-Fi Movies Ranked

Science fiction films are almost as old as the cinema itself, starting with the George Melies short of 1902 A trip to the moon. There is something fun about imagining yourself in a galaxy far, far away, or on Earth myriads of years into the future. The genre is valued …

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Another Anne Hathaway film ‘Eileen’ is filming in NJ

Spotting Anne Hathaway is a regular occurrence these days, and not because she’s visiting to spread holiday cheer. Hathaway, a New York native and Oscar winner (“Les Misérables”) who grew up in Millburn (Short Hills), has been making films that have used her home country since the fall (and beyond, …

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From Marvel graphic novels to the powerful ‘Razorblade Tears’ crime story, these are the best books of 2021 – YP

With Hong Kong quiet for much of 2021 due to the pandemic, we’ve all had a little extra time to stay home and read. There have been a ton of awesome new releases this year – here are a few of our favorites. Police are investigating the disappearance of Joy …

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What does David Tennant do in this inconsistent, cheap version of such a thrilling novel?

Around the world in 80 days has one of the great openings of Victorian literature. It’s 1872 and men are sitting around the Reform Club in London, bored and stuffed with bad food. The air is charged with the scent of empire, but we are aware of the possibilities of …

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Nine Reasons Die Hard Is Truly A Christmas Movie

It’s that time of year to squat down to watch a Christmas movie with the family – and to host the annual debate on whether Die Hard actually counts for one. This debate has now become, in some circles of movie history, such an important question as to the meaning …

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Seattle Holidays 2021: movie nights, Croquembouche and Japantown Jingle

Chinatown International District Japanese Quarter Jingle takes place December 10-24, featuring several restaurants and vendors around the South Jackson Street and 6th Avenue block. Participating restaurants include family-friendly sushi restaurants Fuju Sushi, Maneki, Tsukushinbo, and gastronomic pub Itsumono. Not to be overlooked, the history Panama hotelselection of Japanese teas and …

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Inside the New Crop of ‘Hot As Hell’ Christmas Movies Shaking TV

As the holidays shift into high gear, families around the world will come together to wrap gifts, prune trees, sip eggnog and bathe in the glow of the ever-giving gift – the Christmas movie designed for cable. The annual downpour of peppermint scented tales featuring low to mid-level photogenic celebs …

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Rex Pickett dives into “The Archivist”

Rex Pickett doesn’t like to write about places he doesn’t know. The highly accomplished, two-time Oscar winner from San Diego is probably best known for writing the beloved novel “Sideways,” which was adapted into an even more successful film by Alexander Payne. The novel spawned two sequels and was even …

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Bishop’s Stortford author recreates the horrors of the Holocaust for his second novel

A fleeting encounter with a Holocaust survivor inspired the second novel by Bishop’s Stortford author Chrissy Smith, The Guardian. The married mother of three has spent two and a half years researching and writing history with an unlikely hero at her heart. Like his first book, The Pilgrim’s Rest, it …

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Chhorii film review: the feminist heroine of Nushrratt Bharuccha shows rural horrors their place | Bollywood

Vishal Furia’s Chhorii reminded me of the Hollywood remakes of Japanese horror movies that became trending after the box office success of Gore Verbinski’s The Ring (2002). The remakes had bigger budgets, better production values, a more polished look, more CGIs, but all that razzmatazz didn’t make them better. Sometimes …

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The most anticipated films of 2022

These dinosaurs return to theaters next summer with “Jurassic World: Dominion,” which follows the events of “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” and takes place in a world where dinosaurs now roam free in America. Exact plot details are being kept under lock and key, but the cast of “Dominion” is known …

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The movie just got a perfect what if in Marvel’s Darkhold

Darkhold: Blade shows a perfect simulation storyline that acts as an alternate ending to Wesley Snipes’ first Blade movie. WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Darkhold: Blade # 1, on sale now from Marvel Comics. Darkhold: Blade (by Daniel Kibblesmith, Federico Sabbatini, Rico Renzi and Clayton Clowles of VC) officially …

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Five Sci-Fi Movies To Stream Now

“Shadow in the Cloud” Stream it on Hulu. Why doesn’t this wacky mix of sci-fi, horror and action not get the cult status it so deserves? In this 2020 film, Chloë Grace Moretz (“Let Me In”, “Kick-Ass”) plays a seemingly fearless officer, Maude Garrett, who boards a B-17 bomber in …

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Dybbuk possesses 19th-century Jewish immigrant in novel

The Beautiful City by Aden Polydoros; Toronto: Inkyard Press © 2021; ISBN 9781335-402509; 462 pages plus author’s note and glossary; $ 19.99. By Donald H. Harrison Donald H. Harrison SAN DIEGO – This young adult novel is set in Chicago around the time of the 1893 World’s Fair, when immigration …

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10 things you didn’t know about the next Disney movie

The upcoming movie Encanto is the latest in a long line of animation Disney movies, and promises to be another magical and charming addition to the family. With nearly a century of animated films to come before it, there’s always that hint of pressure to be successful given Disney’s legacy. …

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Progressive movie Sword Art Online hits theaters in the US

Funimation announced early Wednesday that the Sword Art Online Progressive Movie (Air of a starless night) will get a theatrical release. This version will be both in the US and Canada. Funimation has released the first details on the film’s international release, revealing that the film will get a limited …

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How Ed’s speech ruins the whole movie

Edgar Wright’s Shaun of the Dead is a unique and surprising entry into the zombie movie genre, but Ed’s speech at the start ruins the whole movie. Edgar Wright’s Zombie Comedy Shaun of the Dead subtly spoils the whole movie from the start with Ed Winchester’s speech. Released in 2004, …

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Springfield’s Hungry Hill stages novel about life after loss

As a novelist, Eileen Patricia Curran draws inspiration from settings and characters that are familiar to her, so for her first novel, that meant the Hungry Hill section of Springfield. Entitled “Hungry Hill”, the book revolves around Grace Cavanaugh, a young widow whose husband, Michael, died suddenly the previous year. …

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WATCH: Iconic pics from Danica McKellar’s Christmas movie

Crown Media You, me and the Christmas trees Crown Media has just officially announced Danica McKellar’s new Christmas movie, and Hallmark has already released official photos from the movie. The film, titled “You, Me & the Christmas Trees”, kicks off the countdown to Christmas in October. Hallmark has posted over …

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Father and son take over the world in Richard Powers’ new novel

Sep 25, 2021 Perplexity. By Richard Powers. WW Norton & Company; 288 pages; $ 27.95. Guillaume Heinemann; £ 18.99 AN EPIC ECOLOGICAL On deforestation, “The Overstory” helped Richard Powers reach a wider readership when he won a Pulitzer in 2019. His new novel, shortlisted for this year’s Booker Prize, may …

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10 completely original movies of 2020

The cinematic experience remains an incredible escape from reality and it’s always awe-inspiring how movies evolved in a relatively short time. The film industry is certainly guilty of following certain trends and at the end of the day it’s a business where massive blockbusters that dominate the box office are …

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10 things that still hold today

Between the theatrical releases of Richard Donner’s revolutionary Superman film in 1978 and the precursor of Bryan Singer X Men film in 2000, Tim Burton brought the Caped Crusader to the big screen in a truly spectacular way. With the years 1989 Batman and its sequel, the years 1992 Batman …

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Here’s how to watch the insidious movies in order

It’s hard to believe it’s been over a decade since the first Insidious the movie was released, following terrible challenges faced by a couple (Patrick wilson and Rose Byrne) who must defend their son from the evil paranormal forces that have invaded their home. Created by James wan and Leigh …

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UI students sign film option to write assignment turned novel

A writing assignment for a specialty course at the University of Iowa turned into a novel that caught the attention of film producers and allowed 19 students to sign a film option with two Hollywood studios . UI professor Harry Stecopoulos says he’s thrilled with the development and, although he …

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Where were Cold Feet and a Cold Case filmed? Cast details

“Cold Feet and a Cold Case” is the 16th edition of the “Aurora Teagarden Mysteries” series. This time around, excitement is in the air as it’s almost time for the prolific sleuth’s long-awaited wedding. However, the discovery of a dead body and her father’s possible involvement in the case completely …

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10 twist endings more famous than the movies themselves

There is nothing like a good ending to leave audiences stunned by a movie. When done right, these endings can not only have an incredible impact on first viewing, but they can also make audiences want to re-watch the movie immediately and see if they can spot any clues along …

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Summer Movie Preview: 30 Great Movies To Watch

Yes, Virginie, there will be a summer movie season this year. It won’t be quite what it was before the pandemic, when blockbuster after blockbuster after blockbuster scrambled for space on a crowded schedule. But with vaccines widely available, the easing of mask mandates, and the lifting of restrictions on …

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Original idea: Janet Hensen

Last name: Janet Hensen Job title: Information Services Officer for the Jackson County Public Library What is the name of the book and author you recommend? I read “The Henna Artist” by Alka Joshi. We have it in the Seymour Library in regular print or large print, and the eBook …

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10 best movies like Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse

Content Warning: Some of these articles contain discussions about violence and murder Prime Video Without remorse is Tom Clancy’s latest creation that turned into a movie and thrives in the world of Ryanverse franchise. Starring Michael B. Jordan, the film follows a former Navy SEAL, who seeks revenge on the …

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When to freeze your credit

Select’s editorial team works independently to review financial products and write articles that our readers will find useful. We may receive a commission when you click on product links from our affiliate partners. As anxiety over the coronavirus pandemic increases, experts have warned Americans to be wary of credit card …

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