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Ten Terrible Movie Taglines

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Good movies tend to have solid taglines. Bad movies almost always have questionable taglines. Coincidence?

Taglines may not be the most important component of a film’s advertising, but having a good one can be beneficial. A good tagline should be something that is memorable, catchy, informative of the films’ plot or tone, and unique. Consider the tagline from Alien, “In space no one will hear you scream,” or Jurassic Park, “An adventure 65 million years in the making.” At other times, movie taglines have been famous quotes from the film. Examples are “One ring to rule them all,” from Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings films, or “All work and no play make Jack a dull boy,” from The Shining. Simply put, having a solid movie tagline is worth the effort.

This is a look at a few films where the effort was clearly lacking or misplaced. Sometimes they are trying too hard.
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The Weeknd Enjoys Single Life by Grinding On Girl at the Club

  • TMZ
[[tmz:video id="0_5jrzukju"]] The Weeknd doesn't seem to be experiencing any post-breakup blues ... in fact, it looks like he's having a damn good time being a single guy. Abel was out Monday night in a Toronto nightclub at a launch party for 21 Savage, Offset and Metro Boomin's new album, "Without Warning" -- and he was openly smiling and grinding up on a mystery girl on the dance floor. We're told The Weeknd doesn't have a new gf
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‘Ozark’ Renewed for Season 2 at Netflix

‘Ozark’ Renewed for Season 2 at Netflix
Ozark” has been renewed for Season 2 at Netflix, Variety has learned.

Like the first, the second season will consist of 10 episodes. The series follows financial planner Marty (Jason Bateman) and his wife Wendy Byrde (Laura Linney). Without warning, Marty relocates the family from the suburbs of Chicago to a summer resort community in the Missouri Ozarks after a money laundering scheme puts him in the crosshairs of a Mexican drug lord.

Bateman directed multiple episodes in addition to serving as an executive producer. Chris Mundy executive produced and wrote for the series. Bill Dubuque and Mark Williams created the series and also executive produce. The series is produced by Bateman’s Aggregate Films in association with Media Rights Capital for Netflix.

The series has received mostly positive reviews, with Variety‘s Sonia Saraiya writing: “ The taut thriller veers close toward storytelling pitfalls that other prestige dramas have made — strippers, money laundering, infidelity
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'Game of Thrones': Everything You Need to Know for Season 7

'Game of Thrones': Everything You Need to Know for Season 7
When you play the game of thrones, you learn to expect the unexpected. But even so, the previous season of Game of Thrones did something totally unprecedented in the history of HBO's blockbuster show: It got less complicated from start to finish, not more.

Yes, we are nearing the endgame, which means a whole lot of major players got knocked off the board last year. Now the unholy trinity of King in the North Jon Snow, Queen of the Seven Kingdoms Cersei Lannister and Mother of Dragons Daenerys Targaryen are
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Popcorn Frights Film Festival 2017’s First Wave of Programming Includes Another Wolfcop, Tragedy Girls & More

Zombies, werewolves, and serial killing social media stars will descend upon Miami this August for the third annual Popcorn Frights Film Festival. Taking place August 11th–17th, the Florida film fest's first wave of programming includes Another Wolfcop, Tragedy Girls, It Stains the Sands Red, Better Watch Out, and more.

Press Release: Miami, Fl – Popcorn Frights Film Festival, Florida’s largest and most respected genre film event, announces its first wave of programming for its third annual celebration of genre-twisting cinema, occurring August 11 through 17, 2017, at Miami's landmark O Cinema Wynwood theater.

"We're thrilled to bring the best in horror and genre filmmaking to South Florida audiences for our third annual Popcorn Frights Film Festival. We scoured the globe for the most audacious and spine-tingling films and this first wave selection just gives a small taste of all the exciting things to come,” said Igor Shteyrenberg & Marc Ferman, Co-Founders & Co-Directors of the Popcorn Frights Film Festival.
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Horror Highlights: The Terminator Board Game, Camera Obscura Vinyl Soundtrack Contest, Scream Factory’s 5th Anniversary, Rift

He promised that he'd be back, and Space Goat Productions is making good on the T-800's promise with their official board game based on James Cameron's The Terminator, which is now available to pre-order. In today's Horror Highlights, we're also giving Daily Dead readers the chance to win a Camera Obscura soundtrack on vinyl, and we have details on Breaking Glass Pictures acquiring North American rights to Rift and information on how Scream Factory will be celebrating their fifth anniversary.

The Terminator: The Official Board Game: Press Release: "(June 14th, 2017 - Bellingham, Wa) - Space Goat Productions has launched pre-orders for The Terminator™: The Official Board Game, based off of the iconic 1984 film directed by James Cameron and starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Pre-orders will be available via Backerkit and will give consumers access to exclusive discounts for 30 days.

The original Terminator Kickstarter made almost 200% of its goal,
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Teen Mom 2's Jenelle Evans Opens Up About Estranged Relationship with Her Father in Upcoming Memoir

Teen Mom 2's Jenelle Evans Opens Up About Estranged Relationship with Her Father in Upcoming Memoir
Jenelle Evans‘ father was only in her life for a brief period of time during her childhood, but she still considered herself to be “daddy’s little girl.”

Come July 25, Evans, 25, who has long had a tense relationship with her mother, Barbara Evans, will open up about her estranged relationship with her father in her soon-to-be released memoir, Read Between the Lines: From the Diary of a Teenage Mom.

Robert Evans was only in my life for a little while. For that short and glorious time, I was daddy’s little girl,” Evans writes in Read Between the Lines, according to E!
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Horror Highlights: Comet TV’s June Viewing Guide, Horror Boards, You’Re So Dead!

The rematch between Michael Myers and Laurie Strode in Halloween H20: 20 Years Later is just one of many horror and sci-fi films available to watch on Comet TV in the month of June, and we have a new viewing list for you to check out in today's Horror Highlights, which also includes crowdfunding details for both the tabletop game Horror Boards and the comedy thriller You're So Dead!

Comet TV June Viewing Guide: "Only Airing On CometTV.com in June

You Don’T Need A Subscription To Watch These Great Movies

They’Re Airing For Free On Comet!

The Prophecy (1995)

Friday June 9 at 8P/7C

Saturday June 10 at 8P/7C

Wednesday June 14 at 6P/5C

The Prophecy II (1998)

Saturday June 10 at 10P/9C

Thursday June 15 at 6P/5C

The Prophecy 3: The Ascent (2000)

Saturday June 10 at Midnight/11C

Friday June 16 at 6P/5C

Galaxina (1980)

Friday June 16 at 8P/7C
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Chris Cornell's Death Ruled a Suicide

Chris Cornell's Death Ruled a Suicide
Without warning of any kind, it was announced late last night that singer and musician Chris Cornell had passed away at the young age of just 52. At the time of the report, no cause of death was given. This morning, it looks like the singer may have taken his own life. But no further details are being made available to the public.

Detroit Police have confirmed to ABC News that Cornell's sudden death is being investigated as a possible suicide. Officer Jennifer Moreno, who is leading the case, said the singer's body was found inside his hotel room at the MGM Grand shortly after a friend of the family went to check in on Cornell. No other details have been released to the public about the cause of death thus far. No further comments could be made.

Cornell had just finished what would be his final Soundgarden show at the
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What Josh Gad Might Look Like as The Penguin in The Batman Movie

Without warning, context, or any kind of explanation, Josh Gad got the Dceu universe pretty excited when he inexplicably tweeted a photo of a very famous DC comic character: The Penguin. The image combined with the Dceu’s collective fan base also being fans of Gad, lead to rampant speculation that the actor may have taken a role as The Penguin for an upcoming movie. At the current time the idea is nothing more than rumor but that hasn’t stopped people from talking or even conjuring up images of Gad as Oswald Chesterfield Copperpot. One of the best artists when it

What Josh Gad Might Look Like as The Penguin in The Batman Movie
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Their Finest review – sharp wartime romance

Gemma Arterton shines in a big-hearted and witty drama about the making of a second world war propaganda film

London, 1940. Catrin (Gemma Arterton) is scurrying home through the blitzed streets at dusk. Without warning, she is sideswiped by a bomb blast. Blinking grit from her eyes, she stumbles into a pile of broken bodies. Her initial horror tips into laughter when she realises that they are shop mannequins. Then she notices that one of them is bleeding – a salesgirl lies amid the wreckage of the window display. While the dust and death is still clearing from the air, Catrin vomits from shock, silhouetted in a yawning archway.

The scene elegantly combines twin themes in this bracing second world war romance from Lone Scherfig. It captures the savage uncertainty of life during wartime; and, in a nod to the film’s movie industry backdrop, it deftly peels back layers of reality and artifice.
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Review: ‘Your Name’ is an Exhilarating Philosophical and Metaphysical Parable

I had no idea what to expect upon sitting down to Your Name and the first few minutes definitely had my head spinning. We’re ushered in via the voiceover narration of two high schoolers we’ve yet to properly meet in Mitsuha (Mone Kamishiraishi) and Taki (Ryûnosuke Kamiki). They speak about dreams as a rare comet shoots across the blue sky. It’s cryptic, beautiful, and utterly fascinating—a subdued tone easing us in before a kinetic collage of vignettes without context replaces it, a Radwimps rock anthem blaring about love. This shift to music video interlude proves jarringly abrupt; its culmination marked by Mitsuha awakening from slumber a wonderful splash into the deep-end of this anime’s high concept romantic fantasy.

My disorientation continued because this girl didn’t seem herself. Without warning, logic, or exposition beyond those opening lines of esoteric prose, we suddenly realize the person
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Wilson – Review

This week sees another comic book adaptation arrive at movie theatres, while the Lego Batman and Logan are still pulling audiences in at the multiplex. Ah, but this film is not another superhero slugfest (we’ll have three more of those from Marvel Studios, and two from Warner/DC by the year’s end). No this comes from the “upper classes” of illustrated narratives, those “serious and somber” graphic novels (kind of a “highfalutin'” moniker). Several prestige flicks have been based on such books, like The History Of Violence and The Road To Perdition (both earned Oscar noms). The “graphic artist” (hey, I’ll bet he’d prefer cartoonist) behind this new film is no stranger to cinema. Matter of fact, this is his third feature-length movie adaptation. The first was my personal favorite flick of 2001, the quirky Ghost World (no ectoplasmic apparitions, but a teenage Scarlett Johansson). Five years
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The Heartbreaking Reason Behind the Hound's Massive Facial Scars

Sandor Clegane, better known as the Hound, has consistently been one of the most interesting characters to appear in Game of Thrones. He starts off as an unfeeling, callous, and violent warrior loyal to the late King Joffrey, but with a little help from Sansa and Arya, he gradually becomes a little less unfeeling, a little less callous, and a little less vio - Ok, no, he's still pretty violent. Although the Hound is known for a lot of things (mostly gutting people with an ax, but that's neither here nor there), one of his most prominent traits is the giant scar that mars his face, the origin of which explains his predilection for brutality. His violence, though graphic, is not surprising given the traumatic childhood he endured with his abusive, monstrous older brother, Gregor Clegane, aka the Mountain. In season one, Sandor briefly opens up to Sansa about the
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Horror Highlights: Comet TV’s March Viewing Guide, Quarries, Nitehawk Shorts Festival, Crust, Terror Film Festival, Anders Manor

In today's Horror Highlights, we have a look at Comet TV's March viewing guide, release details for Quarries, info on Nitehawk Cinema's annual short film festival, the crowdfunding campaign for the sock-centric creature feature Crust (produced by Felissa Rose), details on the Terror Film Festival, and new stills from Anders Manor.

Comet TV's March Viewing Guide: "You Don’T Need A Subscription To Watch These Great Movies

They’Re Airing For Free On Comet!

Cherry 2000 (1988)

Monday March 13 at 8/7C

Static (1986)

Monday March 13 at 10/9C

The Twonky (1953)

Tuesday March 14 at 10/9C

The Bat People (1974)

Tuesday March 14 at 8/7C

War Gods of the Deep (1965)

Wednesday March 15 at 8/7c

The Man Who Fell to Earth (1987)

Wednesday March 15 at 10/9C

Encounter at Raven’s Gate (1990)

Thursday March 16 at 10/9C

The Lost Brigade (1993)

Thursday March 16 at 8/7C

The Beasts Within (1982)

Monday March 20 at 8/7C

Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? (1971)

Monday March 20 at 10/9C

Troll 2
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Mary-Louise Parker to Play Janey Patterson in Series Adaptation of Stephen King’s Mr. Mercedes

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Fans of Showtime’s Weeds series are in for a treat, because Mary-Louise Parker has joined the cast of Mr. Mercedes, the DirecTV series adaptation of Stephen King’s 2014 novel of the same name.

According to THR, Parker (R.I.P.D., Fried Green Tomatoes) will portray the recurring role of Janey Patterson, the younger sibling of the deceased Olivia Trelawney. Janey’s character plays a key role in helping an ex-detective Bill Hodges (Brendan Gleeson) track down a relentless, boastful killer (played by Harry Treadaway, who replaced Anton Yelchin in the role after the actor’s tragic death).

In addition to Parker, Gleeson, and Treadaway, the Mr. Mercedes cast also features Holland Taylor, Kelly Lynch, and Jharrel Jerome.

Adapted for the screen by David E. Kelley and directed by Jack Bender, the (planned ten-episode) Mr. Mercedes series is slated to premiere this autumn on DirecTV, DirecTV Now, and the At&T U-verse.
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Golden Globes: How to Livestream the Awards Show Tonight

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Golden Globes: How to Livestream the Awards Show Tonight
Update 6:05 Pm: Without warning, NBC has blocked the livestream from their website. The stream has been replaced by a Twitter feed from NBC and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association Jimmy Fallon will host the 74th Golden Globes at the Beverly Hilton tonight, and if you’d like to watch it but can’t get in front of a TV, there’s good news and bad news. The good news is that NBC will livestream the ceremony on their website starting at 8 Pm Et. The bad news is that you will need to log in with your cable subscription, so cord-cutters are.
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She’s Back! Kendall Jenner Returns to Instagram One Week After Deleting Account

She’s Back! Kendall Jenner Returns to Instagram One Week After Deleting Account
Kendall Jenner‘s social media “detox” has ended after just seven days.

Last Sunday, Jenner, 21, deleted her Instagram account with no warning. And on Tuesday, the model opened up to Ellen DeGeneres about her reasons for going on a hiatus.

“I just wanted to detox,” Jenner told DeGeneres. “I just wanted a little bit of a break. I would wake up in the morning and look at it first thing, I would go to bed and it would be the last thing I looked at. I felt a little too dependent on it so I wanted to take a minute.
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Giveaway – Win God of Vampires and Wolf Town on DVD

Thanks to Safecracker Pictures, we’ve got a copy of God of Vampires and Wolf Town to give away to our readers in our latest competition.

Professional Killer, Frank Ng, is contracted to murder a Chinese crime lord. But the routine hit goes awry when Frank discovers his mark is actually an horrific Chinese vampire. Suddenly, the tables have turned. The professional killer the hunter has become the hunted. This is no ordinary vampire of myths and legends, however. Frank has come face to face with the vengeful Kiang-Shi and it vows to inflict upon Frank such unbearable pain that death will be his only sanctuary. Cursed, Frank is condemned to helplessly witness the horrific and merciless deaths of those he loves, everyone he knows, and anyone he merely brushes by. His anguish intensifies when he dooms his younger brother to this terrible fate. Enlisting the help of a Chinese herbalist,
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Headshot Review [Tiff 2016]

Dear America – please outsource all action films to Indonesia from here-on-out. How can you watch a movie like Headshot and be content with typical Us ground-and-pound generics? The Mo Brothers (Kimo Stamboel/Timo Tjahjanto) break more bones than a twenty-story fall, (assumably) spending most of their budget on limb-cracking practical effects that still can’t distract from such aggressive beauty. Iko Uwais makes Jason Bourne look like a punk bitch in this brilliantly bone-crunching symphony of destruction, proving both the Mo Brothers and Mr. Uwais to be as boldly badass as we hoped their latest genre assault would permit.

Uwais plays a man who calls himself Ishmael, only because he wakes up in a hospital bed with no memory or identification. In the room is a napping Dr. Ailin (Chelsea Islan), who’s shocked by the previously-comatose patient’s now lively demeanor. She immediately begins nursing the empty-minded Ishmael back to strength,
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