Danish Scum! Welcome to Lars von Trier’s The Kingdom

With Christmas in our sights, it’s worth noting that Lars von Trier is offering us his own spiky bauble to hang atop the tree with a new TV series. It’s a very belated continuation of one his most beloved early works: the phantasmagoric, hospital-based comedy-horror hybrid, The Kingdom. The Kingdom Exodus premiered to plaudits at […]

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Armageddon Time

James Gray interrogates his fraught childhood in Regan-era New York City in this masterful, unflinching drama. In a 1980 interview on televangelist Jim Bakker’s network, presidential candidate Ronald Regan claimed “We may be the generation that sees Armageddon.” He was referring to concerns over the threat of a nuclear war, but the phrase looms large […]

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Another work of Fine Art ~ Christine Lingerie Launches the Moonlight Collection

By ELLEN LEWIS Going back to my college roots where I majored in Art History, I have always recognized that creativity presents itself in many forms. My attraction to the Christine Lingerie brand is anchored in the compositions of her exquisite prints and the extraordinary tailoring of Christine’s designs. They are intimate keepsakes. Women collect […]

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Sarah Hyland Shares Sweet Update On Married Life With Wells Adams

By Zach Seemayer, ETOnline.com. Published: 7 hours ago Enjoying the honeymoon phase! Sarah Hyland is opening up about married life after she exchanged vows with her husband, Wells Adams, back in August. Sitting down with ET’s Denny Directo, the “Play-Doh Squished” host opened up about her star-studded wedding ceremony, and how life after getting hitched has been “amazing.” “Wells […]

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Exploring the post-modern pop culture horrors at the heart of British identity

Most of us associate the word ‘horror’ with a cinematic genre: The Exorcist, The Ring, Paranormal Activity, Halloween, Friday the 13th andThe Texas Chainsaw Massacre are a few names that might spring to mind. Some might even recall the voice of Vincent Price, or Michael Jackson’s pioneering Thriller music video. If you think of movies […]

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Do You Live in a State That Protects Abortion? Sen. Gary Peters Explains Why You Still Must Vote This November

Right before the 2020 election, Sen. Gary Peters took a risk. At the time, he was facing a tough re-election race in Michigan, which would help decide whether Democrats would clinch the Senate majority. But he was also concerned about then-Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, and what her addition to the bench could mean […]

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How Pat McGrath Turned Taylor Swift Into Cinderella for The ‘Bejeweled’ Music Video

Sparkling embellishments, crystallized finishes, razor-sharp lines—a touch from makeup whisperer Dame Pat McGrath guarantees that when you walk into any room, you’ll “make the whole place shimmer.” Imagine having Pat McGrath as your fairy Godmother. Well, Taylor Swift’s dream became a reality in the music video for her Midnights cut “Bejeweled,” calling upon Muva to […]

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Kevin Spacey Found Not Liable In Anthony Rapp Sex Abuse Lawsuit

By Zach Seemayer‍, ETOnline.com. Published: 6 hours ago The jury in Kevin Spacey’s sexual abuse civil trial found the actor not liable for battery against Anthony Rapp. The jury deliberated for less than 90 minutes before returning their verdict Thursday afternoon, the Associated Press reports. Rapp claimed that in 1986, when he was 14 years […]

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