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Drive-In Dust Offs: The Pit (1981)

17 December 2016 11:35 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

What appears on the page is not always what appears on the screen. The screenwriter has most times defined what he/she hopes to see translated, but that’s not always the case (and when it isn’t, it’s usually for the worse). However, sometimes a film will morph from the pen to the multiplex in a post-faithful state that exceeds expectations. One such film is The Pit (1981), a Canadian made, Us lensed flick that started out as a psychological breakdown of a delusional little boy, and ended up in B Movie Heaven, where it is personally fanned and fed grapes by Ed Wood and William Castle on a daily basis. There’s no other film quite like it.

The Pit, Aka Teddy, was thrust upon an unsuspecting public October 23rd by New World Pictures in the States. Produced by Amulet Pictures (the fine folks who later begat Spring Fever »

- Scott Drebit

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Arvind Kejriwal to launch Emraan Hashmis book

5 April 2016 9:55 AM, PDT | BollywoodHungama | See recent BollywoodHungama news »

Earlier we had reported that Emraan Hashmi was turning author with a book titled 'The Kiss Of Life--How A Superhero & My Son Defeated Cancer'. Well the actor who has co-authored the book with Bilal Siddiqui that is absed on how his son Aayan defeated cancer at a young age has already garnered massive anticipation. Now we hear that none other than politician Arvind Kejriwal will be launching the actor turned author's book. Published by Penguin, the book traces the effect the disease can have on a child and his emotional journey from diagnosis, through the treatment, to being cancer free for 2 years. While the cover of his book was unveiled at the Penguin Books India's Spring Fever 2016, the book will be formally launched by Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal. »

- Bollywood Hungama News Network

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Sony’s Launch Party Offers Six Weeks Of New PlayStation 4 Games

9 March 2016 6:07 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Sony’s annual Spring Fever event guarantees variety and excellence to the games on tap. Last year’s outing gave Helldivers, Titan Souls, Axiom Verge, and Hotline Miami 2 the limelight, but 2016’s showcase has retired the old moniker. To celebrate the first, and third-party developers working on several high-profile PlayStation 4 games, Sony rebranded the experience.

The new event name: Launch Party.

The PlayStation Store Launch Party will follow a familiar pattern, releasing one digital PS4 title each week until the campaign runs its course. Setting an example for the rest of the lineup, Salt and Sanctuary ushers in the six-week spectacle next Tuesday.

Ska Studios remained adamant that Salt and Sanctuary would be ready when it’s ready. Fans waited 17 months (who’s counting?) since the game’s announcement, so what’s another couple days? Players should expect “deep combat and rich RPG elements, all set in a cursed realm of forgotten cities, »

- Joshua Kowbel

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