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Top 10 Scariest Doll Horror Films

By: Horror has never been shy about putting the fear of evil into small playful objects. In our latest list we’ve compiled what we feel is the best of these creepy and often “stay with you long after” type films that used evil and dolls in a most horrific way. The list was complete […]

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How Movies Throughout History Show the Evolution of Terrorism

By: Although we generally view films as entertaining distractions, they’re also important reflections of their time. Movies are a reaction to what’s going on in reality and, in many cases, a format by which we can attempt to understand reality. By looking at Hollywood war and action movies from different years, you can get […]

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Is Media Consumption Zero Sum?

By: I’ve seen the point made across a variety of articles that media companies see media consumption as being zero sum – there’s only a fixed amount of consumption that people have and they’re allocating it between a variety of options. The typical example is people abandoning legacy television for YouTube. Thus, the rationale […]

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Ron Paul Trounces Trump, Exclaims Election Is Entertainment “Orchestrated by Major Media”

By: Former congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul has unleashed a harsh (but entirely fair) criticism of the current presidential campaign. Talking to RT’s Ameera Davis this week, Paul lambasted the media’s control of the U.S. electoral process, Donald Trump’s candidacy, and the stock market… [youtube] “So I think some of this stuff […]

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Former Scorpions Bassist Claims He Attended Elite Snuff Parties

By: [youtube] The former rock star Ralph Rieckermann candidly explains on camera how he attended parties where guests paid big bucks to see people get killed. If regular people knew what the occult elite did behind closed doors, they would be horrified, terrified and completely baffled by the fact that they hold most […]

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Ridley Scott says Alien: Paradise Lost Will Connect to Ripley, Original Alien Design

By: Yesterday, Ridley Scott made waves by announcing that his sequel to 2012’s Prometheus would be titled Alien: Paradise Lost, effectively tying his next directorial outing far closer to his original 1979 Alien than he’d previously let on. Now he’s clarified even more details to Empire, dropping hints about the prequel/sequel’s connections to Ellen […]

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“The X-Files” Trailer Has Arrived!

By: [youtube] “In 2002, your investigation ceased but my personal obsession did not.” Fans of FOX’s “Gotham” and “Minority Report” were treated to the new “two-part” trailer for the “The X-Files” revival, set to return to FOX on January 24th, 2016. The first part of the trailer shows Mulder and Scully, played by […]

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Gone Girl Denise Huskins – the Real-Life Kidnapping that Police Ignored as a Hoax Because It Was So Bizarre

By: The abduction of Denise Huskins On March 23, 2015, at 1:53 PM, a Kaiser Permanente physical therapist, Aaron Quinn, called police in Vallejo, California to report a kidnapping and ransom demand for $8,500 dollars. According to Quinn, he and his live-in girlfriend, Denise Huskins, awoke at 3:00 AM to blinding, bright lights shining […]

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‘Bewitched’ Star Erin Murphy: Where Is She Now?

By: Child star Erin Murphy was lucky enough to grow up with two sets of parents — her real ones and Samantha and Darrin Stephens of TV’s “Bewitched.” Playing the role of daughter Tabitha Stephens, alongside stars Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York (later played by Dick Sargent), on the hit ’60s sitcom, Murphy called […]

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TV vs. the Internet: Who Will Win?

By: Between 1999 and 2009, annual revenues in the music industry declined from $14.6 billion to $6.3 billion, according to the market analysis firm Forrester Research. The music business was first attacked from below by illegal file sharing on Napster and subsequently from above by Apple’s iTunes, which unbundled fourteen-dollar CDs into ninety-nine-cent songs. […]

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Darth Vader Returns? Hayden Christensen Rumored to be Playing the Villain in Episode 8

By: ig black mask and cloak. Heavy, robotic breathing. Tortured backstory. Cool theme music – and a thing for strangulation-by-Force. Darth Vader isn’t just the most memorable Star Wars villain; he’s also quite possibly the best big-screen baddie of all time. And now, it looks as if he could be back. Hayden Christensen, who […]

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Disney Bets on Virtual Reality with Investment in Startup Jaunt

By: Entertainment titan Disney seems to think that virtual reality is ready for the mass market. Many tech companies–Facebook, Samsung, and Google, among others–are interested in the potential of virtual reality and investing heavily in the technology. Now entertainment companies are also staking claims. Disney has apparently led a $65 million round of funding […]

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Charlie Chaplin’s Scandalous Life and Boundless Artistry

By: The most un-put-downable movie book of the season is also the most un-pick-uppable one: “The Charlie Chaplin Archives” (Taschen), which is the size of a small suitcase and weighs in at fourteen pounds, packed tightly with five hundred and sixty pages’ worth of thick and glossy paper bearing a treasure trove of superbly […]

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Why Rock Stars Die Young

By: It’s been hard to avoid tragic tales of troubled musicians lately. Two recent documentaries, Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck (on HBO) and Amy (in theaters), chronicle the lives, and early demises, of Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse, respectively, beloved singers whose struggle with drugs, depression and the consequences of fame precipitated their deaths […]

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DC Will Finally Credit Bill Finger as Co-Creator of Batman

By: For decades, DC Comics has resisted crediting Bill Finger as one of the co-creators of Batman in screen adaptations. Following an agreement between the writer’s estate and the company, Finger’s name will appear in the credits of projects such as Gotham and Batman v. Superman. Finger was the writer who worked alongside artist […]

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Why Do We Admire Mobsters?

By: In 1947, when Elaine Slott was sixteen, she travelled with her mother and sister to visit her aunt and uncle in Florida. The day after they arrived, however, Elaine and her aunt boarded another plane by themselves. Elaine soon found herself speeding to Cuba, where the family had business interests. Elaine remembers that […]

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