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Be it Christmas, Channukah, Kwanza, Festivus, Winter Solstice or "just because," every mom has an annual tradition or two with their kids this time of year -- and Hollywood moms are no different! From a standing appointment with the Rockettes to some serious time in the kitchen, Us Weekly rounds up what just a few celebs have been up with their families this holiday season. For Naomi Watts and partner Liev Schreiber, "We get as much family together as possible -- grannies and uncles and everybody," the Diana [...] »
- Justin Ravitz
*here be spoilers.
Author: Adam Nevill.
Adam Nevill's third novel is titled The Ritual. This book was released by Pan Mcmillan in May of 2011 and the book reviewed here is an uncorrected book proof. Few errors inhabit this novel, but something else does. There is a mythical pagan beast with horns lurking about that haunts an isolated Swedish forest. It waits for the unwary to happen by. Hutch, Phil, Dom and Luke are the unwary and all four of them are taking a break from their weary work and family lives. These problems are the least of their worries when the beast looks to sacrifice them to unseen gods. The ending of The Ritual is bloody and arguably a tragic one as the protagonist must return to a dreary sterile world of predictability from one of true terror. Certain themes within Nevill's novel hint at this slightly unsettling conclusion.
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Oh, big red! Don't you prosper enough? You are raking in box office dollars hand over fist; are you so greedy you really have to infect the indie scene now, too? Of course you are!
Directed by Deronte Smith and starring April Hollingsworth, Davien Harlis, Nicholas Wolfe, Shayla Love, Anastasia Pekhtereva, Walnette Santiago, Renier Cortes, Samme William, Diva Tyler, Garrick Parks Cast, Susan D'Angelo, Addy Miller, Blake Cooper, and Jade Nicolette, look for more on Prosper soon!
What happens when a few kids in a sleepy suburban neighborhood meet their new neighbor, a seductive Satan worshiping witch with a command over the spirit world? On the night of the Winter Solstice, six teens will meet to play what they think is a game, or fictitious ritual, with the promise of prosperity in their lives. But when the binding circle is broken, the spirit world runs amok in the house, »
- Uncle Creepy
The Criterion Collection have announced their Blu-ray release slate for the month of April 2012 and it's another wonderful month, with films ranging from emotional family drama to the experimental.
The latest additions to the Collection lead of with the 1971 cult favorite Harold and Maude, directed by Hal Ashby, about a death-obsessed young man and a free-spirited older woman who form quite the unusual bond. Alambrista!, directed by Robert M. Young, is a gripping take on the immigration story that, rather than going the route of sentimentality tells its story via harsh truths and focus. Director Mario Monicelli's The Organizer is a tale focused on the working class of a textile factory that, through an unlikely ally, are able to rally together as one. Then there is A Hollis Frampton Odyssey. Frampton was an icon of the American Avant-Garde and this release contains twenty-four of his films, ranging from 1966 to »
4 items from 2012
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