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Arrow in the House! Arrow Films Releases 'House: Two Stories'

Reviewed by Kevin Scott,

MoreHorror.com

As a long time horror film fan, it’s pretty easy for me to rattle off a list of some of my highest recommends from primary horror genres all the way to the really out there sub genres. Usually all I need is a conversation sparker, or even someone remotely interested in listening. When I’m musing over all those conversations, there’s no doubt about it that the most difficult recommendations to make are the gateway horror films.

There’s several reasons why even the most solid recommendation maker is going find the gauntlet thrown down when asked about “starter” horror flicks. It’s a delicate situation that has to be handled with the most absolute contemplation and finesse. I could throw any film out to a hardcore horror fan without any concern for the subject matter, it just has to be good.
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‘Riverdale’ Shouts Out ‘Stranger Things’ Barb With #JusticeforEthel

‘Riverdale’ Shouts Out ‘Stranger Things’ Barb With #JusticeforEthel
(Spoiler alert: Please do not read on if you haven’t watched Thursday’s episode of “Riverdale”) Well, if “Stranger Things” won’t give us #JusticeforBarb, at least “Riverdale” will. On The CW’s Archie comic book adaptation, “Stranger Things” breakout actress Shannon Purser made her debut as Ethel Muggs, who reveals she’s been sexually harassed and humiliated by football player and Riverale golden boy Chuck Clayton — the guy who proceeds to do the same thing to Veronica (Camila Mendes). Wrong move, Chuck. Veronica doesn’t follow rules — she makes them and if she has to, she’ll break them.
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Charlamagne Tha God Rails Against Kardashians, Ready to Talk Trump (Video)

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[[tmz:video id="0_w1zyiymf"]] Charlamagne Tha God is down to talk about our Prez elect or Russians hacking emails -- but bring up Kim Kardashian ... and it's gonna get ugly fast. The 'Breakfast Club' co-host was leaving Warwick in Hollywood Saturday night when our photog launched a political convo, and it was clear Charlamagne has strong opinions about Donald Trump. The only thing he's more pissed about is our guy trying to pivot to Blac Chyna's feud with the K sisters.
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‘The Beautiful Days Of Aranjuez’ Trailer And Clips: First Look at Wim Wenders’ Divisive Film

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‘The Beautiful Days Of Aranjuez’ Trailer And Clips: First Look at Wim Wenders’ Divisive Film
Wim Wenders’ “The Beautiful Days of Aranjuez” has received mostly negative reviews on this year’s fall festival circuit. IndieWire’s own Ben Croll gave the film a D grade and said that it’s “ploddingly, achingly dull,” and other reviews have described it as “inert and exasperatingly supercilious,” “prettily sunlit but otherwise insufferable,” and “a literal representation of how creatively bankrupt Wim Wenders has become.” An adaptation of Peter Handke’s two-hander play by the same name, the film features a conversation between a man (Reda Kateb) and a woman (Sophie Semin) as they discuss their childhoods, memories, sexual experiences, and more. Watch a trailer and clips from the film below.

Read More: The Essentials: The 10 Best Wim Wenders Films

Wenders has made plenty of acclaimed films over the course of his four-decade long career. His Road Movie trilogy – “Alice in the Cities,” “The Wrong Move,” “Kings of the Road
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Wim Wenders’ 3D Drama ‘The Beautiful Days of Aranjuez’ Gets First Trailer and Clips

As he jumps between narrative and documentary over the last decade, Wim Wenders‘ contributions to the latter genre have proved more fruitful, with his gorgeous 3D work Pina and the haunting documentary The Salt of the Earth. He came to Venice and Tiff this year with a new film in the former category, The Beautiful Days of Aranjuez, which follows a man and woman’s conversation about love, freedom, and beauty — shot in 3D, of course.

We now have the first trailer and batch of clips, something we recommend watching alongside our informative interview with the director from Venice. As for the film, we said in our review, “The Beautiful Days of Aranjuez, the latest wistful, contemplative narrative effort from German director Wim Wenders, is the type of “European Film” you might have expected Homer to stumble upon in an arthouse cinema in an earlier season of The Simpsons.”

Starring Reda Kateb,
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Venice Film Review: ‘The Beautiful Days of Aranjuez’

Venice Film Review: ‘The Beautiful Days of Aranjuez’
After 90 minutes of dense, ceaseless conversation on a largely unnavigable sequence of topics from first sexual experiences to the cultivation of wild gooseberries, the last thing any viewer really wants to hear is, “We have been here in vain.” Yet the line is stated twice in the closing stages of Wim Wenders’ prettily sunlit but otherwise insufferable 3D talkfest “The Beautiful Days of Aranjuez,” and even without it, it’d be hard to shake the sense of shaggy-dog inconsequentiality from proceedings. Adapted from a stage work by Austrian writer Peter Handke — who previously collaborated with the director to far more stimulating effect on “Wings of Desire” and “The Wrong Move” — Wenders’ first French-language film doesn’t make much of a case for the material as cinema, or even as a particularly good play. Tuning into the cod-philosophical witterings of two strangers in an idyllic garden while the apparent author of their words hovers metatextually indoors,
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New to Streaming: ’10 Cloverfield Lane,’ Wim Wenders Road Trilogy, ‘Eternal Sunshine,’ and More

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit the interwebs. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.

10 Cloverfield Lane (Dan Trachtenberg)

Forget the Cloverfield connection. The actors who were in this film didn’t even know what the title was until moments before the first trailer dropped. Producer J.J. Abrams used that branding as part of the wrapping for its promotional mystery box, but the movie stands perfectly alone from 2008’s found-footage monster picture. Hell, 10 Cloverfield Lane perhaps doesn’t even take place
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Wim Wenders: The Road Trilogy

A major talent of the New German Cinema finds his footing out on the open highway, in a trio of intensely creative pictures that capture the pace and feel of living off the beaten path. All three star Rüdiger Vogler, an actor who could be director Wim Wenders' alter ego. Wim Wenders' The Road Trilogy Blu-ray The Criterion Collection 813 1974-1976 / B&W and Color / 1:66 widescreen / 113, 104, 176 min. / available through The Criterion Collection / Street Date May 30, 2016 / 99.95 Starring Rüdiger Vogler, Lisa Kreuzer, Yetta Rottländer; Hannah Schygulla, Nasstasja Kinski, Hans Christian Blech, Ivan Desny; Robert Zischler. Cinematography Robby Müller, Martin Schäfer Film Editor Peter Przygodda, Barbara von Weltershausen Original Music Can, Jürgen Knieper, Axel Linstädt. Directed by Wim Wenders

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

This morning I 'fessed up to never having seen David Lynch's Lost Highway. Now I get to say that until now I've never seen Wim Wenders'
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Daily | Goings On | Wenders, Akerman, Stojanović

Today's roundup on current goings on features a tribute to the work of the "King of Video Essays" (New York Times), Kevin B. Lee in Vienna, plus Stateside events: Wim Wenders's Wrong Move, Chantal Akerman's Là-bas, Lazar Stojanović’s Plastic Jesus, and disparate series devoted to the work of Andrew Noren, Gabriel Mascaro, Vincent Lindon, Saul Levine and Xie Jin. There's also Indian cinema in Austin, Palestinian work in Chicago and a video interview with Joseph Frank, co-director of Sweaty Betty. » - David Hudson
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Daily | Goings On | Wenders, Akerman, Stojanović

Today's roundup on current goings on features a tribute to the work of the "King of Video Essays" (New York Times), Kevin B. Lee in Vienna, plus Stateside events: Wim Wenders's Wrong Move, Chantal Akerman's Là-bas, Lazar Stojanović’s Plastic Jesus, and disparate series devoted to the work of Andrew Noren, Gabriel Mascaro, Vincent Lindon, Saul Levine and Xie Jin. There's also Indian cinema in Austin, Palestinian work in Chicago and a video interview with Joseph Frank, co-director of Sweaty Betty. » - David Hudson
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Scott Reviews André de Toth’s Day of the Outlaw [Masters of Cinema Blu-ray Review]

Who is the outlaw in Day of the Outlaw? Undoubtedly Burl Ives’ villainous Jack Bruhn – he leads a band of bad guys into the remote Wyoming town, holding everyone there loosely as hostages until he decides to move along. But he’s not an outlaw the way we typically understand it; for one thing, he wears a Union (not even Confederate!) officer’s uniform, and his legacy of shame is more rooted in military than more overtly criminal activities. His band of men are far more outlaws than he, but there is no singular one.

Instead, I want to pivot attention to Blaise Starrett (Robert Ryan), the ostensible hero of the story, who starts the film ready to murder a farmer (Alan Marshal) over the latter’s desire to put fences around his land, which Blaise is used to running his cattle through a couple times a year. That Blaise
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Wim Wenders Road Trilogy, Altman's 'The Player,' Nicholas Ray's 'In A Lonely Place,' And More Hit Criterion In May

It's time to start budgeting for the next wave of Criterion releases. The boutique home-video label have unveiled their slate for May, and it's even more impressive than usual, with some true treats for cinema buffs. So you might want to start clearing some space on your shelves. The big attraction of the month is the release of Wim Wenders' Road Trilogy. Comprised of "Alice In The Cities," "Wrong Move," and "Kings Of The Road," these are a terrific trio of early works by the director, and for those only familiar with his more recent films, they may be surprised by their looseness and how much different in tone they are. Criterion will be bulking up the box set with shorts "Same Player Shoots Again" and "Silver City Revisited," plus audio commentaries, interviews, and more. Read More: The Essentials: The 10 Best Wim Wenders Films Shifting gears, Robert Altman's
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In a Lonely Place: On Wim Wenders’ Road Movie Trilogy

In his 1969 short film 3 American LP’s, the 24-year-old Wim Wenders, in the kind of feat of earnestness that can befit a young man, attempts to match his two greatest interests” America’s landscapes and its rock-and-roll music. If we’re to pick perhaps the most endearing eye-roller from this “rockist” mission statement, one can look no further than Wenders describing a Creedence Clearwater Revival album as being “like chocolate.”

But this isn’t necessarily an atypical moment in his filmography, as Wenders has always skirted the line of, for lack of a better word, corniness — if not just telegraphing his influences to at-times-obnoxious degrees, also with a kind of sentimentality both formally and politically speaking. Consider Wings of Desire‘s glossy look, which could so easily be reconfigured into a perfume-commercial aesthetic, or even just the title of one of his later, forgotten films; The End of Violence.

Yet
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‘Bonde Ice’ is an irritably misguided attempt at putting a femme fatale front and center

Blonde Ice

Written by Kenneth Gamet

Directed by Jack Bernhard

U.S.A., 1948

A wedding day is a joyous occasion to celebrate the unison between two people deeply in love with one another, ready and willing to spend the remainder of their lives together until death do them part. Claire Cummings’ (Leslie Brooks) understanding of what a wedding represents renounces most of those delightful thoughts, only retaining and applying the part about death. Claire is a vixen, a conniving, duplicitous witch who spends her energy on marrying wealthy, important people, only to concoct their demise shortly thereafter, reaping the benefits of fanciful wills in the process. Her matrimonial reunion to a powerful businessman in the film’s opening scene irks polite, clean-cut Les Burns (Robert Paige), with whom Claire to used to work at a newspaper. Deep down he loves Claire, naively unaware of her true intentions. When her hubby
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Miley Cyrus’ Mom, Tish Cyrus, Disses Her Nearly Naked ‘Nipple Dress’

Tish isn’t like a regular mom…she’s a cool mom — but that doesn’t mean she approves of all of her daughter’s scandalous stage looks! In fact, there’s one in particular she really drew the line with.

Everywhere Miley Cyrus goes, her hands-on mom, Tish Cyrus, is usually right behind her — but that doesn’t mean she always signs off on Miley’s over-the-top, racy outfits! In a new interview the mom admitted that there was one look in particular that she definitely didn’t approve of.

Tish Cyrus On Miley Cyrus’ Nipples:

“That’s the only one I really didn’t like,” Tish told E! News, referencing the get-up her 21-year-old daughter wore to the iHeartRadioMusic Festival in Vegas in September, which consisted of a see-through, mesh dress that put her black pasties, (and her chest!), on full display.

Although Miley’s life is under
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Miley Cyrus’ Shocking Naked Photos Revealed: Shows Off Bare Boobs

Miley Cyrus loves to show a little skin, but this recent photo shoot reveals more of the ‘Wrecking Ball’ singer than we’ve ever seen before! Miley goes completely topless in the not-safe-for-work pics, proudly displaying her bare breasts as she makes a very sexually suggestive face.

Miley Cyrus, 21, has officially freed her nipples! The raunchy “Wrecking Ball” singer posed for a completely topless photo shoot with Brian Bowen Smith, and we have your first look at the very not-safe-for-work photos below!

Miley Cyrus Reveals Bare Boobs In Photo Take Our Poll

Miley has flashed her breasts on Instagram many times, but the photos revealed by Egotastic are by far the most up close and personal shots we’ve ever seen of the racy young star. Click here to check out Miley’s bare breasts, but don’t say we didn’t warn you if the boss walks by!

Miley Cyrus
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Miley Cyrus Looks Better Than Ever During Sexy New Year’s Eve Performance

2013 was without a doubt Miley’s year, so it only makes sense that she got to close it out. And in a super sexy sequined outfit, the singer really rang in the new year with a bang by taking on two new hits

We’re guessing Dick Clark is rolling in his grave right about now. That’s because Miley Cyrus took her sexiness to a whole new level, celebrating New Year’s Eve with a smoldering performance in Times Square on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest.

Miley Cyrus’ Performance New Years Eve — Super Sexy

Everyone lets loose on New Year’s Eve, so you can imagine how wild Miley went. Wearing a two apiece gold sequined outfit, covered in a white fur coat, the singer must have sent a thrill through each and every fan — and there were a lot of them — who
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Miley Cyrus Kisses Lingerie-Clad Brunette Dancer At Las Vegas Party

Looks like Kellan Lutz wasn’t the only person Miley was kissing in Las Vegas on Dec. 27! At Britney Spears’ concert, Miley leaped out of her seat to grind on a few dancers and make out with one of them. Keep reading to see the sexy clip!

Thanks to YouTube, what happens in Vegas does Not stay in Vegas. And though we thought we had seen the wildest moments from Miley Cyrus‘ trip to Las Vegas on Dec. 27, a new video has surfaced showing the “We Can’t Stop” singer getting very frisky with Britney Spears‘ backup dancers.

Miley Cyrus Kisses A Sexy Female Dancer

Sitting in the front row of Britney’s debut “Piece of Me” performance, Miley got so excited that she decided to join in on the fun. As one lingerie-clad dancer strutted by Miley, she leapt up and started getting down and dirty.

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Miley Cyrus & Kellan Lutz Flirt At Her Las Vegas Club Party

Miley and Kellan may not be dating, but that didn’t stop them from cozying up to each other during Miley’s opening night party at Beacher’s Madhouse in Las Vegas on Dec. 27. And a source tells HollywoodLife.com Exclusively that the two even left together!

It was a wild night for Miley Cyrus on Dec. 27, as she hosted the grand opening of Beacher’s Madhouse in Las Vegas. The singer was flirting and dancing with plenty of guys, but there was one who she really seemed to have her eyes on – Kellan Lutz!

Miley Cyrus & Kellan Lutz Flirt In Las Vegas

The two, who have been rumored to be hooking up since mid-December, were spotted at the Vegas hot spot looking very cozy and really having a ball together. They stayed by each other’s side for most of the night, and at some points Kellan even had his arm draped around Miley.
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Miley Cyrus Disses Joe Jonas’ Pot Comment: He Tried To Sound ‘Badass’

Joe had no problem calling out Miley and Demi as the people who got him to smoke weed for the first time! But now, Miley’s reacting to the comments — and she’s pretty much laughing at him, pointing out that she and Demi were younger than him so how did they influence it?

In a revealing interview with New York magazine, Joe Jonas admitted that the first time he had every smoked pot was with Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato. “They kept saying, ‘Try it! Try it!’ so I gave it a shot,” he said in the interview. But his friend Miley’s not too happy about that.

Miley Cyrus Disses Joe Jonas

“If you want to smoke weed, you’re going to smoke weed,” Miley said in an interview with the New York Times. ”There’s nothing that two little girls are going to get you to do
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