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Horror Highlights: Cannibal Comedian Teaser Trailer, The Voices Release Details, Itsy Bitsy on Amazon Prime, Pixel Elixir’s Terror Kitties 2

Horror Highlights: Cannibal Comedian Teaser Trailer, The Voices Release Details, Itsy Bitsy on Amazon Prime, Pixel Elixir’s Terror Kitties 2
In today's horror highlights: The teaser trailer for Cannibal Comedian, release details for The Voices, Itsy Bitsy is now on Amazon Prime, and a tease of Pixel Elixir's upcoming Terror Kitties 2 release:

Teaser Trailer for Cannibal Comedian: "A psychopathic cannibal, fed up with his lack of ambition, tries his hand at stand-up comedy in an attempt to satisfy his appetite for normalcy."

Cast & Crew:

Charlie Cannibal Comedian - Aaron Prager Austin Judd - Chrystal Robert Dunne - Carrey Keith Kollinicos - Eleanor David Vega - Sheriff Weaver D’Shae Beasley - Vic Eric Alegria - Juan Sean Haitz – writer, director, producer Yoko Haitz - Producer Jacob Geimer - Director of Photography Gregory Lastra - 1st Assistant Director Siena Eyrich - 2nd Assistant Director Andrea Davoren – SFX / Hair/ Makeup/ Props/set dressing Skibz Lucero - SFX assistant Chris Young - Assistant Camera/grip Dan Frederick Pitts - Sound Mixer

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The
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Chris Young Performs an Acoustic Cover of Joe Diffie’s ‘Pickup Man’

Chris Young Performs an Acoustic Cover of Joe Diffie’s ‘Pickup Man’
Chris Young gave a loving tribute to the late Joe Diffie for Sunday night’s Acm Presents: Our Country special, performing “Pickup Man” as a solo acoustic number in a pre-televised streaming time slot. Acm Presents: Our Country filled the April 5th spot vacated by the Acm Awards, which have been postponed until mid-September.

Seated in what appears to be his kitchen — the edge of a stainless-steel refrigerator is visible behind him — the “Drowning” singer lets those ringing open chords fly and demonstrates the limber vocal talent and winking personality
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[From Streams to Screams Special Edition]: More Than 30 Horror & Sci-Fi Classics from the 1990s You Can Stream for Free

[From Streams to Screams Special Edition]: More Than 30 Horror & Sci-Fi Classics from the 1990s You Can Stream for Free
Happy Friday, dear readers! While time might feel like a bit of a flat circle right now, the weekend is officially upon us once again, and I don’t know about you, but these days, movies are providing a very much-needed distraction. With that in mind, I thought I’d put together a list of horror and sci-fi movies that were released throughout the 1990s that you can currently stream for free on a variety of platforms like Vudu, Tubi TV, Crackle, Pluto TV, and IMDb TV.

I just figured we often spend a lot of time celebrating genre movies from the 1980s, so it was time to give the ’90s their due, and there are a lot of great movies from that era that you can currently watch for free via streaming.

Stay safe, stay healthy and happy streaming!

The Exorcist III (Streaming on Vudu & Tubi TV)

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How the Acm Parlayed Its Postponed Awards Show into an Uplifting New Special

How the Acm Parlayed Its Postponed Awards Show into an Uplifting New Special
Most of Nashville’s country-music community should have been in Las Vegas by now. The 55th Acm Awards were to be held Sunday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, with trophies handed out, nominees performing, and 12 million or so viewers tuning in to CBS’s three-hour live broadcast. But like many other seemingly untouchable tentpoles — from SXSW to the Tony Awards — the coronavirus pandemic derailed those plans, leaving the Academy of Country Music, CBS, and Dick Clark Productions, the longtime producers of the ACMs, without a show.

On March 15th,
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As Legal Dispute Intensifies, Early ‘Hype House’ Star Looks To Launch Rival TikTok Group

As Legal Dispute Intensifies, Early ‘Hype House’ Star Looks To Launch Rival TikTok Group
The Hype House’s legal drama -- notably a growing schism between two early members, Thomas Petrou and Daisy Keech (pictured above) -- rages onward.

Insider reports that Keech, a 20-year-old influencer-model with 3.1 million TikTok followers is setting out to start a rival house -- though “it's unclear based on ongoing trademark disputes whether the new house will have a Hype House name or another name," her lawyer, Chris Young, told the outlet..

While 20-year-old Petrou, who was formerly affiliated with Team 10, has claimed to be the co-founder of The Hype House alongside 17-year-old creator Chase Hudson (15.8 million followers), Keech began claiming to be a co-founder as well in January. Keech is also currently embroiled in a trademark dispute over 'The Hype House' name, with several dueling applications currently in the works. This is a critical battle, per Insider, as The Hype House is launching a 90s-inspired merch line later this month.
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Jason Isbell, Brandi Carlile Set for Nashville Tornado Relief Concert

Jason Isbell, Brandi Carlile Set for Nashville Tornado Relief Concert
Jason Isbell and Brandi Carlile will perform at “To Nashville, With Love,” a benefit concert to raise funds for the recovery effort after a tornado hit the city on March 3rd. The event is set for Monday, March 9th, at Marathon Music Works, located just south of one of the hardest hit areas of the city.

Joining them as performers for the evening is an all-star lineup of artists, including Aaron Lee Tasjan, Ashley McBryde, Brothers Osborne, Dan Auerbach, Old Crow Medicine Show, Margo Price, Katie Pruitt, Kendell Marvel, Sadler Vaden,
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Taylor Swift Donates $1 Million to Nashville Tornado Relief

Taylor Swift Donates $1 Million to Nashville Tornado Relief
Taylor Swift is the latest artist to donate funds to the Nashville tornado relief efforts. A rep for Swift confirmed to The Tennessean that the longtime Nashville resident donated $1 million to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund.

“Nashville is my home,” Swift wrote in a statement on her Instagram story. “And the fact that so many people have lost their homes and so much more in Middle Tennessee is devastating to me.” She included a link to the Response Fund and encouraged fans to donate as well.

Swift’s charitable
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Gibson Pledges Guitars to Musicians Affected by Nashville Tornado

Gibson Pledges Guitars to Musicians Affected by Nashville Tornado
Gibson Gives has pledged its support to musicians affected by the tornado that hit Middle Tennessee earlier this week, causing widespread damage and killing at least two dozen people.

The charitable arm of Nashville-based Gibson Brands, Gibson Gives will provide a guitar to any musician whose instrument (any brand, not just Gibson) was damaged or destroyed in the storm.

“Our goal is to get a guitar back into the hands of anyone who has had their guitar damaged or destroyed in the recent Tennessee storm,” says Dendy Jarrett, Executive Director of Gibson Gives,
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Isle of Skye writers residency programme launches new cash prize

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Isle of Skye writers residency programme launches new cash prize
£5,000 cash prize will be awarded for the best film or TV script submitted by alumni of the residency scheme.

A new award for alumni of The Young Films Foundation’s Isle of Skye residency programme has been launched at the Glasgow Film Festival this week.

The Torabhaig Distillery Screenwriting Award 2021 will see a £5,000 cash prize awarded for the best film or TV script submitted by alumni of the residency scheme, which held its first edition in 2018.

Submissions close on December 31 and will be judged by a panel of producers, writers, directors, agents, actors and commissioners.

The winner will be announced at the 2021 Glasgow Film Festival.
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Mitchell Tenpenny, Devin Dawson Set for Nashville Tornado Relief Concert

Mitchell Tenpenny, Devin Dawson Set for Nashville Tornado Relief Concert
Just a day after Nashville and portions of Tennessee were decimated by a deadly tornado, the first of what is likely to be many benefit concerts has been announced. Hosted by country singer Mitchell Tenpenny at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row bar and restaurant in the Lower Broadway entertainment district, the concert is set for Monday, March 9th, and is already sold-out.

Presented by Whiskey Row, along with on-air personality Chuck Wicks and Nash FM, the show includes performances by “Mitchell Tenpenny & Friends,” including Devin Dawson, Hardy, Jessie James Decker,
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Thomas Rhett, Sugarland Among 2020 Country Megaticket Lineup

Thomas Rhett, Sugarland Among 2020 Country Megaticket Lineup
Thomas Rhett, Sugarland, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Brooks & Dunn, and Jason Aldean are among the artists participating in Live Nation’s 2020 Country Megaticket lineup. The one-ticket pass grants admission to all of the participating summer tours that take place in the venue selected. There are more than 30 participating amphitheaters from which to choose.

Chris Young, Kenny Chesney, Lady Antebellum, Luke Bryan, Old Dominion, and Rascal Flatts are also part of the Country Megaticket lineup. Additional venues and the corresponding participating Country Megaticket tour offerings will be announced in the near future.
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Jason Aldean Extends We Back Tour With Summer Dates

Jason Aldean Extends We Back Tour With Summer Dates
Jason Aldean has plans to spend a big portion of 2020 onstage singing for his fans. On Wednesday, the country superstar announced a new leg of his 2020 We Back Tour, which will carry him through the end of summer.

The 22 new dates will pick up July 17th in Toronto, approximately four months after the tour’s previously announced first leg wraps up in mid-March. This time out, Aldean and his band will mostly play outdoor stages during the warm months, hitting many of the same amphitheaters and pavilions on the recently
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Chris Young Sets Dates for Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour

Chris Young Sets Dates for Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour
Chris Young has announced dates for an extensive spring and summer tour. Named for the singer’s new duet with Lauren Alaina, the Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour 2020 gets underway May 28th in Detroit.

With 29 shows currently scheduled, Young’s tour will crisscross the U.S., spending a solid portion of June out West before returning to the eastern half of the country for the remainder of the dates. This current spate of shows wraps on September 26th in Cincinnati, and Scotty McCreery and Peyton Smith will be
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Chris Young, Gavin DeGraw Perform ‘I Don’t Want to Be’ on ‘Cmt Crossroads’

Chris Young, Gavin DeGraw Perform ‘I Don’t Want to Be’ on ‘Cmt Crossroads’
Chris Young and Gavin DeGraw go way back to 2003 and offer a rock-forward rendition of DeGraw’s song “I Don’t Want to Be” for the latest installment of Cmt Crossroads.

Originally appearing on DeGraw’s debut album Chariot, “I Don’t Want to Be” is particularly heavy and vibrant in this live performance. Young, one of country music’s most powerful vocalists, transforms his smooth baritone into an unexpected growl, while DeGraw — a favorite of Nashville artists who has collaborated with country stars like Sara Evans and Brett Young
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How To Watch Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade On TV & Online

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It’s the fourth Thursday in November — time for turkey, football, family and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. This year’s 93rd annual event faces a threat from nature as severe winds are in the Gotham forecast, but that doesn’t mean the show won’t go on. Read a little more about that below as part of our guide of how to watch the parade that has been a Manhattan fixture since the Coolidge administration.

Starting at 9 a.m. Et, NBC will air the three-hour parade live in the East and delayed in all other times zones at 9 a.m. local time. Today’s Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb and Al Roker will host the broadcast. Guthrie suffered an eye injury this week but said she planned to be ready to go on Thursday.

There will be plenty of places to follow the action online as well. NBC and
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How to Watch and Livestream the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

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Want to avoid your family? Still too early for pigskin? The 93rd Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade can provide a serviceable distraction during the Thursday morning hours.

But how does one actually watch this thing? Readers, you came to the right place. For starters, those looking for Snoopy and Santa can catch them the traditional way on NBC, which will carry the parade broadcast from 9 a.m. to noon local time in all time zones.

Additionally, for the fourth year in a row, Macy’s, NBCUniversal and Verizon are combining forces for a 360-degree livestream on Verizon’s YouTube page. The second-screen experience will stream from 8:30 a.m. Et to noon Et across multiple platforms, also including Verizon Media, XBox, and NBC.com.

As TheWrap exclusively reported last week, this Thanksgiving, that Verizon-powered option is going 5G and will incorporate hologram and augmented-reality features. Read all about that experiment here,
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2019 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: How to Watch, Who’s Performing

Now in its 93rd year, the spectacle of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has ushered in the holiday season with marching bands, colorful floats, character balloons, musical performances, and, of course, the arrival of Santa Claus. This year’s festivities also include a handful of country stars, although you’ll need to do some channel-flipping to catch them all.

Here’s everything you need to know to watch the Thanksgiving tradition.

How to watch: The parade airs on NBC from 9:00 a.m. to noon across all time zones,
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This Week In Music: JoJo Siwa, Lady Gaga, The Bee Gees And Go-Go All In The Groove

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This Week In Music: JoJo Siwa, Lady Gaga, The Bee Gees And Go-Go All In The Groove
The concert season never really ends. It just moves indoors and outdoors as the weather permits, allowing stars to choose between intimate venues, sheds, stadiums and arenas, as their following permits.

Two attractions dominated the concert news this week. One is an up-and-comer, the other a returning veteran. And for those who can’t choose between new and old, there’s always the musical selections of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, which offers something for everyone.

This week in music:

Jojo Rakes In The Doughdough: YouTube and Nickelodeon star JoJo Siwa scored more than $8 milllion on her final leg of her North American D.R.E.A.M. The Tour. She has now earned $26.9 million in ticket sales for this year. Siwa first came to attention on the TV shows Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition and Dance Moms, then pumped up the volume with YouTube and a vast empire
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Watch Sam Hunt Sing Reba’s ‘Fancy’ at ‘Cmt Artists of the Year’ Awards

Watch Sam Hunt Sing Reba’s ‘Fancy’ at ‘Cmt Artists of the Year’ Awards
There’s an acoustic segment during Sam Hunt’s concerts where he performs hits by Nineties country divas. On Wednesday night, he revisited one of the biggest crowd-pleasers, Bobbie Gentry’s “Fancy,” in front of the artist who made it popular in the Nineties, Reba McEntire.

Reba was among the honorees at the 2019 Cmt Artists of the Year ceremonies in Nashville, receiving the Artist of a Lifetime Award. Introduced by Vince Gill, who went off-script to speak about his friendship with the entertainer, Reba accepted the award by nodding to
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Kane Brown Pays Tribute to Late Drummer Kenny Dixon in Tearful ‘Cmt Artists’ Speech

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Kane Brown Pays Tribute to Late Drummer Kenny Dixon in Tearful ‘Cmt Artists’ Speech
Country star Kane Brown, unabashedly distraught over the death of his touring drummer Kenny Dixon just four days earlier in a car accident, dedicated his “Cmt Artists of the Year” award to Dixon in a heart-rending appearance on the telecast Wednesday night.

Brown ceded the performance slot he would have been allowed to friend Chris Young, who followed Brown’s speech with a song he had written for a friend who also died in an automobile accident, “Drowning,” which had just been released as a single in June. Young kept up a stoic demeanor during his performance, but the emotion he was feeling was evident from the hasty retreat he made from the microphone as soon as he had finished the song’s final line.

“Whoo,” Brown kept repeating, quietly and nervously, as he anxiously thumbed the corner of his trophy while choking up on the stage of Nashville’s
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