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Day Of The Dead (1985) and Darkman Deluxe Vinyl Score Re-Issues from Waxwork Records

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Just like Dr. Logan, Waxwork Records has been keeping busy with new vinyl horror score releases this year, and now they're resurrecting two favorites as re-issues with a slightly new look: George A. Romero's Day of the Dead and Sam Raimi's Darkman:

Press Release: Waxwork Records is beyond thrilled to present George A. Romero’s Day Of The Dead Original Motion Picture Score on deluxe double vinyl. Originally released by Waxwork in 2013 and 2014, and selling out almost immediately, the score to George A. Romero’s Day Of The Dead by composer John Harrison (Creepshow, Tales From The Dark Side) is 100% synth driven, dark, and blends elements of tropical compositions and atonal, droning electronic cues.

In 2013, Waxwork and composer John Harrison unearthed the original, lost 1985 master tapes containing the complete Day Of The Dead film score from the attic of a recording studio in Pittsburgh, Pa. After painstakingly restoring,
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Childhood’s End

After 63 years somebody has taken a crack at Arthur C. Clarke's monumental sci-fi novel. This interpretation throws the emphasis way out of whack but succeeds too frequently to ignore. Charles Dance is the alarming Overlord Karellen, who comes from the stars to escort humanity through its next stage of development... and to announce the end of the world as we know it. Childhood's End Blu-ray Universal Studios Home Entertainment 2015 / Color / 1:78 widescreen / 247 min. / Street Date March 1, 2016 / 34.98 Starring Charles Dance, Mike Vogel, Osy Ikhile, Daisy Betts, Georgina Haig, Ashley Zukerman, Hayley Magnus, Charlotte Nicdao, Peretta, Lachlan Roland-Kenn, Julian McMahon, Colm Meany, Robert Morgan. Cinematography Neville Kidd Film Editor Sean Albertson, Yan Miles, Eric A. Sears Original Music Charlie Clouser Written by Matthew Graham from the novel by Arthur C. Clarke Produced by Nick Hurran, John C. Lenick, Paul M. Leonard Directed by Nick Hurran

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

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Olivier awards 2013 – full nominations

The complete list of nominees for this year's Olivier awards, celebrating the best of British theatre, dance and opera

Best actor

Rupert Everett – The Judas Kiss

James McAvoyMacbeth

Mark RylanceTwelfth Night

Rafe Spall – Constellations

Luke Treadaway – The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Best actress

Helen Mirren – The Audience

Hattie MorahanA Doll's House

Billie Piper – The Effect

Kristin Scott Thomas – Old Times

Best actor in a supporting role

Paul ChahidiTwelfth Night

Richard McCabe – The Audience

Adrian ScarboroughHedda Gabler

Kyle SollerLong Day's Journey Into Night

Best actress in a supporting role

Janie Dee – Nsfw

Anastasia Hille – The Effect

Cush JumboJulius Caesar (Donmar Warehouse)

Helen McCrory – The Last of the Haussmans

Nicola Walker – The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Mastercard best new play

Constellations

The Audience

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

This House

Best director

Stephen Daldry
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Farewell T4: a proper pop show, or hangover TV for hipsters?

It doesn't matter what it was, Channel 4's music strand gave us some classic TV moments

When Tony met June

In recent years, T4 has struggled to compete with cookery shows like Saturday Kitchen. Who wants fit people interviewing pop stars when you can watch James Martin stuff a pigeon breast? But back in 2005, Channel 4's flagship youth brand was deemed influential and down with the kids. Even the then prime minister came on to prove he knew about cool things like Totally Frank and Kelly Osbourne's pop career. Was June Sarpong's interview with Tony Blair actually any good? Let's put it this way: despite the scandals, she still hasn't had a job offer from Newsnight.

T4 undermines Blue

From 2002 to 2004, the show had an unwritten rule: always embarrass Blue. When the boyband agreed to a lie-detector test, T4 used a comedy buzzer to insinuate that Simon shaved his legs.
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