We’ve all seen the typical “ghost story” TV show: a person describes their paranormal experience, accompanied by a poorly cast re-enactment, and you’re taken right out of the story. Suspense is lost and you lose interest. Horror master Eli Roth (director of movies Cabin Fever and Hostel, among many others) wanted to change up that
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News Ariana Grande Joins Kelly Clarkson for New Christmas Song “Santa, Can’t You Hear Me”: Listen Their collaboration appears on Clarkson’s holiday album When Christmas Comes Around By Evan Minsker October 15, 2021 Facebook Twitter Ariana Grande and Kelly Clarkson, September 2021 (Weiss Eubanks/NBCUniversal/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images) Facebook Twitter Kelly Clarkson has released
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Jordan Manning is a crime reporter at the top of her game, but staying there is proving increasingly exhausting. When she moved to Chicago from her home state of Texas, she hit the ground running in four-inch stiletto heels—which didn’t deter her from being first on the scene of a steady stream of crimes in
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For the first time in its 128-year history, the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees could go on strike this weekend and shut most of Hollywood down, unless the studios, networks and streamers agree to a new contract for below the line workers. In that context of conflict, which show is the one you have
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Kate Walsh‘s highly anticipated return to Grey’s Anatomy had all the emotional highs and lows fans were expecting.  On the ABC medical drama’s Thursday, Oct. 14 episode, Addison Montgomery was back at Grey Sloan Memorial, marking Kate’s reappearance after leaving as a series regular at the end of season three.  The big reunion with Meredith Grey (Ellen
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The strength of any great fall wardrobe finds its roots in strong silhouettes, clean lines, and a distinctive point of view with the changing seasons. Zara is ringing in the cooler months with its Studio Collection for fall/winter 2021. Twice yearly, the retailer releases the elevated range created in collaboration with stylist Karl Templer to
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After nearly 60 years of heroics, James Bond today seems more revered than beloved. His newest iteration, No Time to Die, has delivered a welcome jolt to exhibitors worldwide, though to some filmgoers (and critics), the movie plays more like Daniel Craig’s Long Goodbye. Craig has bowed out gracefully, though, in contrast to some of
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It’s that time of the year for Best Of Lists–er, okay so maybe it’s not because it’s only October and this is way early. Usually this would feel a lot like “Well I guess they wanted to be first so every year the Best Of Lists will just release earlier and earlier and soon they’ll
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Robert Durst, the infamous millionaire real-estate heir convicted last month in the 2000 murder of close friend Susan Berman, was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole today. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mark E. Windham read the sentence at the Airport Courthouse today. Durst, 78, whose appearance in HBO’s six-part
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