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'Power' Has a Bloody Week

2017-07-31T06:28:55-07:00'Power' Has a Bloody Week

[Warning: Spoilers ahead.] “Let’s kill this motherf—er.”

That declaration from the leader of Julio’s (J.R. Ramirez) former gang perfectly summarizes “New Man.” The sixth episode of Power‘s gripping fourth season doesn’t feature just one or two significant deaths, but three. While in most episodes the offing of Petar (Aleksandar Popovic) and Jukebox (Anika Noni Rose) would be a headline, they take a backseat to the “heroic” last stand of Julio, Tommy’s (Joseph Sikora) right-hand man and a central character since day one of the series.

If the high death toll wasn’t enough, the episode also featured the long-awaited reunion of Kanan (50 Cent) and Ghost (Omari Hardwick) as the duo joined forces to save Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr.). Meanwhile, Tommy was escaping his own fatal outcome in Chicago and then beating Holly’s
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'Knock Knock 2' Coming to DVD in August


The 'found footage' horror film Knock Knock 2 will be releasing on DVD, Digital Download and On Demand. Check out the official details below from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.

From the Press release:

When the tape stops the horror continues this summer as Lionsgate Home Entertainment releases.

"Knock Knock 2" on DVD, Digital Download and On Demand. Based on found footage, this horror film stars newcomers Aiden Cardei, Jordan Elizabeth, Beckett West (Breakfast with Scot) and Stephanie Lovie. A killer paranormal thriller, the Knock Knock 2 DVD, which includes interviews with the cast and crew, arrives on August 7th.

About Knock Knock 2

On October 31, 2010 four friends, living in Los Angeles, decide to go on a self-made tour of haunted Hollywood houses and famous celebrity murders hoping to capture these famous ghosts on camera. After several uneventful ghost hunts they came upon a house known as 1666.

They have been missing ever since.
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