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Arden Rose: From Beauty Vlogger to Digital Comedy’s Go-To Snarky Actress — Online Essentials

6 January 2017 2:04 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Online Essentials is a monthly column where we introduce you to an influential digital content creator in their own words.

If you’re embarrassed by old Facebook photos, imagine having seven years of YouTube videos from the age of 14. It’s just a fact of life for rising actress Arden Rose, star of New Form’s “Mr. Student Body President” and the second season of AwesomenessTV’s “Guidance.”

Rose began her YouTube channel in 2009 with hair and make-up videos, counseling her peers on curing acne and how to grow hair more quickly. Over the past seven years, her videos have quickly evolved from the ubiquitous talking head tutorial video to more stylized fare; with editing, music choices, and feminist politics, Rose’s channel stands out in a sea of clickbait titles and the viral challenge of the moment.

Read More: Kristen Wiig and Jerry Seinfeld Eat Pie On Season 9 Premiere »

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Arden Rose: From Beauty Vlogger to Digital Comedy’s Go-To Snarky Actress — Online Essentials

6 January 2017 2:04 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Online Essentials is a monthly column where we introduce you to an influential digital content creator in their own words.

If you’re embarrassed by old Facebook photos, imagine having seven years of YouTube videos from the age of 14. It’s just a fact of life for rising actress Arden Rose, star of New Form’s “Mr. Student Body President” and the second season of AwesomenessTV’s “Guidance.”

Rose began her YouTube channel in 2009 with hair and make-up videos, counseling her peers on curing acne and how to grow hair more quickly. Over the past seven years, her videos have quickly evolved from the ubiquitous talking head tutorial video to more stylized fare; with editing, music choices, and feminist politics, Rose’s channel stands out in a sea of clickbait titles and the viral challenge of the moment.

Read More: Kristen Wiig and Jerry Seinfeld Eat Pie On Season 9 Premiere »

- Jude Dry

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Newswire: John Carpenter thinks internet Nazis need to quit misinterpreting They Live

4 January 2017 1:04 PM, PST | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

Plenty of films are open to interpretation. Was Deckard a replicant in Blade Runner? Were Patrick Bateman’s grisly murders a figment of his imagination in American Psycho? Who was The Thing at the conclusion of John Carpenter’s The Thing? One thing was always certain, though: Carpenter’s They Live is not an allegory for Jews secretly controlling the world.

Nevertheless, Neo-Nazis and white supremacists have been perpetuating the myth that They Live has an anti-Semitic message since at least 2008. And the horror master himself must have heard about these conspiracy theories, because last night he took a break from noodling on his synthesizers and took to Twitter to call any insinuation that They Live was anti-Semitic “slander and a lie.”

They Live is about yuppies and unrestrained capitalism. It has nothing to do with Jewish control of the world, which is slander and a lie.

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