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Cooking Channel’s Nadia G. Teaches Us How To Have a Bitchin’ Halloween

1 hour ago | VH1.com | See recent VH1.com news »

With the help of Bitchin’ Kitchen‘s Nadia G. and Once Upon a Vine, prepare yourself for the classiest and tastiest Halloween you’ve ever had. The comedian-chef gives us her tips on being the hostess with the most-ess this holiday season, incorporating the spooks and thrills of Halloween into your festivities without the typical cheesiness that comes with it.

Featured on the Cooking Channel and Food Network, Nadia has boozy and delicious treats you will definitely want to try. And as far as packing on a few LBs this holiday season? She says food correlates with sex… so eat up. Check out our interview with the Italian firecracker, including her input on revealing costumes and the perfect party playlist, followed by some of her best Halloween recipes.

VH1: What do you have planned for Halloween this year?

Nadia G.: I prefer throwing a Halloween party at my place, »

- Taylor Ferber

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Exclusive: Daniel Radcliffe Talks Horns, Working with Alexandre Aja, and Portraying Igor

2 hours ago | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Yep, with the title Horns (review) you do get what you expect to see. Daniel Radcliffe in big ol’ devil horns on par with Tim Curry’s in Legend or Terrance Zdunich’s in The Devil’s Carnival. The film follows Ig Perrish… Continue Reading →

The post Exclusive: Daniel Radcliffe Talks Horns, Working with Alexandre Aja, and Portraying Igor appeared first on Dread Central. »

- Staci Layne Wilson

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Garbus to direct Niederhoffer comedy

5 hours ago | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Goldcrest to bring comedy Taxonomy to Afm.

Oscar-nominated documentary producer and director Liz Garbus is to direct feature comedy Taxonomy, an adaptation of the Galt Niederhoffer novel, with Goldcrest bringing the project to the Afm.

Written for the screen by Amy Lippman (Masters of Sex), Taxonomy is produced by Niederhoffer (Infinitely Polar Bear) and by Amy Hobby (Secretary) for Tangerine Entertainment

The adaptation follows the Barnacle sisters—Bell, Bridget, Benita and Beth—who have been raised in New York in a gigantic apartment overlooking Central Park.

Their father Barry is Darwin obsessed, self-made and increasingly frustrated by the unending chaos of being surrounded by beautiful, teenage daughters and their adventures - hilarious and poignant  - in love and life.

To ensure the survival of the fittest Barry devises a test of wits and wills that should at long last address what is to Barry the most essential of all issues: nature or nurture?

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- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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Liz Garbus to direct Galt Niederhoffer comedy

5 hours ago | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Goldcrest to bring comedy Taxonomy to Afm.

Oscar-nominated documentary producer and director Liz Garbus is to direct feature comedy Taxonomy, an adaptation of the Galt Niederhoffer novel, with Goldcrest bringing the project to the Afm.

Written for the screen by Amy Lippman (Masters of Sex), Taxonomy is produced by Niederhoffer (Infinitely Polar Bear) and by Amy Hobby (Secretary) for Tangerine Entertainment

The adaptation follows the Barnacle sisters—Bell, Bridget, Benita and Beth—who have been raised in New York in a gigantic apartment overlooking Central Park.

Their father Barry is Darwin obsessed, self-made and increasingly frustrated by the unending chaos of being surrounded by beautiful, teenage daughters and their adventures - hilarious and poignant  - in love and life.

To ensure the survival of the fittest Barry devises a test of wits and wills that should at long last address what is to Barry the most essential of all issues: nature or nurture?

Goldcrest’s [link »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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Film Review: 'Horns'

9 hours ago | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

★★★☆☆ Daniel Radcliffe takes another unexpected step in his capricious metamorphosis, transforming from iconic boy-wizard Harry Potter, to a man-turned-devil in Alexandre Aja's uneven adaptation of Joe Hill's fantasy novel Horns (2013). Falsely accused of raping and murdering his childhood sweetheart Merrin (Juno Temple), Ig (Radcliffe) is outlawed by his friends and family, sinking into a hazy slumber. After a night of particularly heavy drinking, Ig awakens to discover two horns protruding from his temples. This monstrous development throws Ig off course at first, as these peculiar appendages unwillingly expose him to the unspoken thoughts of others - from his doctor's drug addiction to his parents' hatred of him. »

- CineVue UK

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Horns Review

17 hours ago | www.themoviebit.com | See recent TheMovieBit news »

The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist. It’s a trick that fails spectacularly in Horns, the new movie starring Daniel Radcliffe, who when his girlfriend is mysteriously murdered, sprouts a set of Horns. The town is convinced Ig (Radcliffe) has gotten away with murder and his temples only compound the fact that he has. Desperately trying to prove his innocence, Ig attempts to find out the truth. helped in turn by his newly acquired devilish skills. While it might sound daft, Horns is cleverly written and downright hilarious in places. The Devil always brings out the worst in people and here is no exception. As the town folk start telling Ig about their innermost thoughts. From a bar owner who wants to burn his bar to the ground for the insurance money to a woman who wants to fuck her golf coach again and many more. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Vic Barry)

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Watch: Daniel Radcliffe Twists His Tongue Around a Famous '90s Rap Song

19 hours ago | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

Daniel Radcliffe is out promoting his new horror film – an adaptation of Joe Hill’s novel Horns – so it’s only natural that the actor wound up on The Tonight Show alongside host Jimmy Fallon. It’s also only natural that Fallon had something more than just a standard interview in store for the Harry Potter star, which you’ll see in the clip below. As it turns out, Radcliffe has an appreciation for lyrically complex hip-hop, revealing that he likes to memorize rhymes in his free time. Fallon is impressed, and mentions Blackalicious’ "Alphabet Aerobics" – a challenging song for any Mc or actor alike. When Radcliffe says he knows it, Fallon produces a microphone and magic happens. The young actor nails the lines verse for...

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- Mike Bracken

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Daniel Radcliffe Rapping on The Tonight Show Is Just as Amazing as It Sounds

19 hours ago | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Daniel Radcliffe is a man of many talents. He can act, sing, and dance, as he proved with his performance in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying on Broadway. However, how about Daniel Radcliffe the rapper? As the Harry Potter star revealed last night on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, he’s not only a fan of rap music but also pretty good at performing it. After he finished his interview with Fallon, in which he promoted his new film Horns (which is in theaters this Friday), Radcliffe got the opportunity to rap Blackalicious’ “Alphabet Aerobics,” and while it may surprise some people, he was actually pretty fantastic at it. Throughout the entire song, as he was backed by The Roots, Radcliffe didn’t mess up a single lyric of the fast-paced A-to-z rap and actually had pretty good flow. He was so good, in fact, that »

- Chris King

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Metallica to Take Over CBS's ‘Late Late Show’ for a Whole Week

19 hours ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

“Enter Sandman,” and take your shoes off — because he's staying for five days. See photos: Coachella: 21 Must-See Music Artists at the Festival (Photos) Metallica is setting up shop for a week's worth of performances next month on CBS's “The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson.” On Day 1 of the residency, the four band members — James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo — will also sit with host Ferguson for an interview. See video: Daniel Radcliffe Throws Down With Flawless Blackalicious’ ‘Alphabet Aerobics’ Rap Cover On Nov. 24, Metallica is re-releasing a special 10-year anniversary edition of documentary “Metallica: Some Kind of. »

- Tony Maglio

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Watch: Daniel Radcliffe Twists His Tongue Around a Famous '90s Rap Song

20 hours ago | Fandango | See recent Fandango news »

Daniel Radcliffe is out promoting his new horror film – an adaptation of Joe Hill’s novel Horns – so it’s only natural that the actor wound up on The Tonight Show alongside host Jimmy Fallon. It’s also only natural that Fallon had something more than just a standard interview in store for the Harry Potter star, which you’ll see in the clip below. As it turns out, Radcliffe has an appreciation for lyrically complex hip-hop, revealing that he likes to...

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Movie Review – Horns (2013)

21 hours ago | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Horns, 2013.

Directed by Alexandre Aja.

Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Juno Temple, Heather Graham, David Morse, James Remar, Kathleen Quinlan, and Max Minghella.

Synopsis:

Ig Perrish wakes up after a night of heavy drinking to find himself a suspect in his girlfriend’s murder…

Here’s a film which wants to be all things to all audiences but in doing so harms the initial good work laid out by wishing to catering to everyone yet ultimately satisfying no one. Why some films cannot stand by their convictions would be a puzzle if it were not glaringly obvious they are after every last dollar they can find. They’ll say it’s a horror! It’s a comedy! It’s a thriller! It’s a whodunit! But they never tell you the truth; it’s a mess.

Horns starts off deceivingly well and treats the audience to a concept we’ve not seen »

- Gary Collinson

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‘Horns’ is all over the place

21 hours ago | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Horns

Directed by Alexandre Aja

Written by Keith Bunin

USA, 2014

Daniel Radcliffe could not be doing more to dispel his Harry Potter image that so many movie fans still hold onto. From ages 12 to 22 Radcliffe personified the beloved children’s book character, but he’s moving on. He’s played beat icon Allen Ginsberg, he’s played a cynical romanticist, and he’s played a terrorized attorney. Based on the novel by Joe Hill, Horns, is truly the cherry on top of the typecast-busting sundae because no one will be thinking about Potter when they see this.

Radcliffe plays Ig Perrish, a local DJ who has been with the love of his life Merrin (Juno Temple) since they met in elementary school. The couple has a screaming match after she dumps him publicly. When she appears, raped and dismembered under the tree that both she and Ig loved it is »

- Colin Biggs

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Why Daniel Radcliffe Is Just So Awesome

21 hours ago | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

We all know and love Daniel Radcliffe for his star-making role as Harry Potter, but there is a lot more to the British actor than waving wands and practicing magic. The 25-year-old is not only full of talent - he can act, sing, and dance, all of which he's done on Broadway several times - but he's also just one seriously cool dude. With his new film, Horns, hitting theaters this week, we thought it was high time to celebrate the man behind the magic. Source: Getty / George Pimentel »

- Maria-Mercedes-Lara

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Director Alexandre Aja on Conquering Fear Through Horror Movies

22 hours ago | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

After breaking out as a member of the Splat Pack of horror directors with “High Tension” and “The Hills Have Eyes” remake, French filmmaker Alexandre Aja is branching out with “Horns,” starring Daniel Radcliffe, the upcoming actioner “The Pyramid,” and a TV series based on “Scanners,” and an adaptation of Liz Jensen’s bestselling supernatural thriller “The 9th Life of Louis Drax,” starring Jamie Dornan, Aaron Paul, Oliver Platt and Molly Parker that Miramax will release in 2015.

You were part of a group of filmmakers (including Eli Roth, Rob Zombie, Greg McLean) that helped make the genre scary and edgy again.

Somehow we all had the same instinct to go back to the unforgiving American cinema of the 1970s — and the movies of John Boorman, Tobe Hooper and Wes Craven — when definitely no one was safe.

Why was that?

The ‘90s were pretty disappointing for the genre with all the high school slashers. »

- Marc Graser

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Horns review: Daniel Radcliffe stars in a misjudged horror

23 hours ago | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Director: Alexandre Aja; Screenwriter: Keith Bunin; Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Juno Temple, Heather Graham, Max Minghella, David Morse; Running time: 120 mins; Certificate: 15

Daniel Radcliffe continues to make genuinely interesting and left field choices in his post-Potter career, and that's to be celebrated even if his latest project, Horns, finds him miscast and adrift within a magical realist universe that never settles on a tone.

Ig (Radcliffe) and Merrin (Juno Temple) are childhood sweethearts, sharing the kind of storybook romance that feels predestined for a messy end. When she's found murdered at the root of a tree the pair played in as children, all the evidence points to Ig. Everyone in town is treating him like he's the devil incarnate, even before he wakes up with an actual pair of horns growing out of his forehead.

The central conceit in Horns, which is adapted from Joe Hill's 2010 novel of the same name, »

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Daniel Radcliffe Impressively Raps Blackalicious' "Alphabet Aerobics"

23 hours ago | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to promote his upcoming film Horns. While on the show, Jimmy challenged the actor to rap the tongue-twisting Blackalicious song "Alphabet Aerobics." He completely crushes it! Apparently the actor is a huge fan of hip-hop, and he says that aspect about him surprises a lot of people. He also revealed that he likes to learn the words to songs like this, saying,

“I’ve always had kind of an obsession with memorizing the complicated lyrically, intricate and fast songs… It’s a disease.”

Watch him impressively tackle this craziness. 

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Daniel Radcliffe Talks Horns, Keeping the Leather Jacket, Making the Material Believable, Working with Alexandre Aja, His Hopes to Direct and More

29 October 2014 9:34 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

He’s walked us through a world of witchcraft and wizardry, made moviegoers believe in the Woman in Black of the Eel Marsh House and now Daniel Radcliffe has absolutely no trouble selling himself as a guy with horns growing out of his head in Alexandre Aja’s adaptation of the Joe Hill novel, Horns.  Radcliffe leads as Ig Perrish.  Ig is all ready to live happily ever after with his longtime girlfriend Merrin Williams (Juno Temple), but then she turns up dead and he’s named the prime suspect.  Complicating matters further, Ig also wakes up with horns comings out of his head. Horns is already available on VOD, but in honor of the film’s very appropriate October 31st theatrical release, I got the chance to sit down with Radcliffe to discuss the challenges of grounding such an out-of-this-world situation, what it was like working with Aja, his »

- Perri Nemiroff

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Today In Awesome: Daniel Radcliffe Raps Blackalicious' "Alphabet Aerobics"

29 October 2014 9:15 AM, PDT | TooFab | See recent TooFab news »

Who knew Daniel Radcliffe could spit some serious rhymes?! The "Harry Potter" star made an appearance last night on "The Tonight Show" on Tuesday, where he showed off his impressive rapping skills.Before the actor took the mic, he opened up to Jimmy Fallon about where his love for rap started. "Initially, I got in to Eminem. I think I was the first kid in my class to learn all the words to ‘Real Slim Shady,’" he joked. "I’ve always had kind of an obsession with memorizing complicated lyrically, intricate and fast songs I guess. It’s a disease," he added.  The late night host then challenged Daniel to perform a rendition of Blackalicious’ wordy and complex hit song, "Alphabet Aerobics." His rendition were pretty amazing -- watch the video above! Well, if the whole acting thing doesn’t work out, maybe Daniel could be the next great rapper? »

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Watch Daniel Radcliffe Rap Complex Blackalicious Track on 'Tonight Show'

29 October 2014 8:22 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Daniel Radcliffe stunned the hip-hop and TV-viewing communities on Tuesday night's episode of The Tonight Show, delivering an epic, word-for-word version of Blackalicious' mind-numbing 1999 track "Alphabet Aerobics." 

In the above clip, host Jimmy Fallon triggers the stunning performance by asking the actor about his love of music. The audience giggles when Radcliffe notes his appreciation for rap, including rhythmic gymnasts like Eminem. "I think I was the first kid in my class to learn the words to 'The Real Slim Shady,'" he says, emphasizing his obsession with memorizing "complicated, »

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Daniel Radcliffe's back-up career could be rapper after this Tonight Show performance

29 October 2014 7:56 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

At first glance, fans of “The Tonight Show” think we know where this bit is going. After all, Jimmy Fallon lip sync battles are de rigueur late night television. But then, the twist! Daniel Radcliffe isn’t going to lip sync. Pfft. Pretending to sing on live TV is for professionals! No, Radcliffe instead proves his chops the old-fashioned way…by actually memorizing lyrics and reciting them in time to the beat. »

- Donna Dickens

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