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Horror Highlights: Etheria Film Night 2018, Night Of The Living Dead Bring the Noise Program, Distorted Trailer, The Haunting Of Mia Moss, The Hollow Child

The lineup of the ten shorts set to debut at Etheria Film Night 2018 have been released as well as a stellar list of guests and the recipient of the 2018 Inspiration Award. Also in today's Highlights: Film Independent at Lacma's Night of the Living Dead Bring the Noise event, a look at the Distorted trailer, new Luz photos, first details for The Haunting of Mia Moss, and The Hollow Child's theatrical release.

Etheria Film Night 2018: Press Release: "(Hollywood, CA – May 9, 2018) Etheria Film Night (www.etheriafilmnight.com) is proud to present the 2018 Official Lineup of Shorts on Saturday, June 16. Ten Short Films will be screened at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, CA followed by a Q&A with directors Maria Alice Arida (“Instinct”), Devi Snively (“Bride of Frankie”), Naledi Jackson (“The Drop In”), Mac Montero ("The Agency"), Anca Vlasan (“C U Later Tuesday”), Cidney Hue (“Ovum”), Jocelyn Stamat (“Laboratory
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Blues Legend Buddy Guy Re-Records His Classic 'Skin Deep' to Benefit Playing for Change

Blues Legend Buddy Guy Re-Records His Classic 'Skin Deep' to Benefit Playing for Change
For most of us, “the blues” are a music genre, or a mood. For Buddy Guy, they’re as much a part of him as the air he breathes. At 81, the legendary guitarist is one of the last surviving of the mid-20th-century bluesmen who migrated from the American South to Chicago, started playing their music on electric instruments, and changed the course of music forever. Perusing some of the titles in Guy’s discography — A Man and the Blues, Pleading the Blues, Damn, Right I’ve Got the Blues — you get an idea of how the music has impacted him,
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Kate Winslet Occasionally Does Her Own Red Carpet Makeup - and Shares the Exact (Affordable!) Products She Uses

Kate Winslet Occasionally Does Her Own Red Carpet Makeup - and Shares the Exact (Affordable!) Products She Uses
Seeing inside the vanities of the rich and famous is equal parts incredibly fascinating and a total bummer. One glimpse into Kim Kardashian‘s or Victoria Beckham‘s beauty routines and the total price of their products easily exceeds $1,000. But Kate Winslet just shared her entire beauty routine, both red carpet and everyday, with British Vogue and we were shocked by two things. First, it’s actually easy-to-follow (yes, anyone will be able to recreate her red carpet look, no YouTube tutorial required) and second, you can actually afford her must-have products. (Her red carpet look totals a mere $161!)

Red Carpet
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11 Honorees Selected For WGA TV Writer Access Program

Eleven female and minority writers have been named this year's honorees of the WGA West's TV Writer Access Program. Now in its eighth year, the goal of the program is to "promote diversity and foster inclusiveness in the entertainment industry." Honorees in the one-hour drama category are: Rachel Feldman – Kinks Adrian A. Cruz – Irwindale Sharon Hoffman – The Doubling Peter Hume – Righteous Texas Donald Joh – Mulberry Tonya KongSkin Deep Zak Shaikh – Runaways Mollie…
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Photographer ‘Erases’ Ex-Gang Members’ Tattoos: ‘I Didn’t Realize the Impact These Photos Would Have’

Photographer ‘Erases’ Ex-Gang Members’ Tattoos: ‘I Didn’t Realize the Impact These Photos Would Have’
Photographer Steven Burton is trying to change the way people view former gang members by showing what they would look like without their tattoos.

Burton, 44, was inspired to launch his “Skin Deep” photo project after seeing the documentary G-Dog about the work of Father Greg Boyle, who founded Homeboy Industries to help former gang members reintegrate into their communities.

“The concept came to me when I watched the homeboys going through the tattoo removal process,” the NYC and Miami-based photographer tells People. “The idea was to digitally remove the tattoos, present the before-and-after photos to the subjects, and see how they would react.
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Scream Queens Recap: Red Wedding

Chad Radwell lept to the top of Dean Munsch’s list of suspects on Tuesday’s Scream Queens — but not for the reason you might think.

RelatedScream Queens: 10 Burning Questions We Already Have From Season 2

Special Agent Denise Hemphill revealed that her ex-lover was held back eight times in elementary school, putting him at the ripe old age of 30 — which is exactly how old the baby whose father was dumped in the swamp would be today. (I’m still not exactly sure how Dean Munsch and Co. deduced that the baby is the killer, but to be honest,
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Empire Producer Talks Andre's Latest Crisis, Teases 'Badass' [Spoiler]

Man, Andre Lyon can’t catch a break. In the final minutes of Wednesday’s Empire, Cookie and Lucious’ eldest son — still reeling from the tragic death of wife Rhonda — was racially profiled by two white police officers, who arrested him on suspicion of burglarizing his own home.

Below, co-producer Carlito Rodriguez, who penned the episode with Cherien Dabis, spoke to TVLine about the decision to make the beleaguered, grieving widower the entry point for the #BlackLivesMatter-themed storyline. The scribe also weighed in on the installement’s other big development: The arrival of Taye Diggs’ Angelo Dubois as Cookie’s new foil-turned-crush interest.
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Lethal Weapon Recap: Smile, Though Your Heart Is Breaking

Lethal Weapon Recap: Smile, Though Your Heart Is Breaking
Need to catch up? Check out last week’s Lethal Weapon recap here.

In a recurring bit sprinkled throughout this week’s Lethal Weapon, Murtaugh and Riggs bicker about how best to describe their partnership. Are they surf and turf? Ham and pineapple? Chips and salsa? Tango and Cash? Starsky and Hutch?

Likewise, I spend a lot of the hour wondering the best way to describe this odd show to people who haven’t seen it. Action with heart? Comedy with action? Completely unbelievable stunts interspersed among fun-but-forgettable police cases? One man’s desperate cry for help flecked with one-liners
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Ratings: This Is Us Still Strong in Week 2

Ratings: This Is Us Still Strong in Week 2
NBC’s This Is Us in Week 2 delivered 8.9 million total viewers and a 2.6 demo rating, down just 12 and 9 percent from its very strong launch and again ranking No. 2 for the night.This Is Us — which was already picked up for a full season — also has now scored the top two ratings of any freshman drama.

Opening NBC’s night, The Voice (11.9 mil/3.2) ticked down 3 percent and two tenths week-to-week.

Related Ratings: This Is Us, Bull Lead Premiere Week’s DVR Gainers

Elsewhere on Tuesday…

CBS | NCIS (15.2 mil/2.1) dipped just a tenth from its season opener, while Bull (13.5 mil/1.9) slipped 14 percent.
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New Girl Sneak Peek: Schmidt Disses Trump and Hillary, Endorses [Spoiler]

New Girl Sneak Peek: Schmidt Disses Trump and Hillary, Endorses [Spoiler]
Here are three words you never thought you’d read: Schmidt is abstaining.

In tonight’s political-themed New Girl, Max Greenfield’s conservative-leaning alter ego informs Jess that he will not be voting for Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump this November (a development we teased earlier this month). Rather, he’ll be boycotting the election altogether, since his preferred candidate isn’t even in the running.

VideosWill & Grace Revival: New Present-Day Episode Released — Watch Now

“I’m only focused on one election,” he declares in the above clip. “The election that matters: Paul Ryan: 2020.”

Jess and Cece, meanwhile, are
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DVR Ratings: Designated Survivor Sees Best Gain, Empire Tops Premiere Week

DVR Ratings: Designated Survivor Sees Best Gain, Empire Tops Premiere Week
In the second installment of our three-part look at Fall TV Premiere Week’s biggest DVR playback gainers, the superlatives go to ABC’s accidental Potus and Fox’s sharp Cookie.

RelatedDVR Ratings: This Is Us, Bull Lead Monday/Tuesday’s Gainers

Live+3 DVR playback data is in for Premiere Week’s Wednesday and Thursday programs (airing Sept. 21 and 22), and Designated Survivor now lays claim to the largest total demo gain (previously held by NBC’s This Is Us), adding 1.5 rating points to its original tally, resulting in a 3.7. That rise also marks the biggest percentage gain (68) of any Wednesday program.
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Scream Queens: 10 Burning Questions We Already Have From Season 2

Scream Queens: 10 Burning Questions We Already Have From Season 2
We’re officially one week into the second season of Scream Queens — and we’ve never been more confused.

VideosScream Queens Premiere Scene: The Chanels Struggle to Define ‘Ghosting’

Ahead of Tuesday’s episode (Fox, 8/7c), TVLine is taking stock of the burning questions left over from last week’s season premiere:

1. Who’s the killer? Ok, we’ll start with the biggie. There’s a mean, green stabbing machine on the loose, and for some reason, his/her sharp instruments tend to point towards the patients of the C.U.R.E. Institute.

2. How does Kirstie Alley fit into all of this?
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Sarajevo: 18 projects head to Co-Production Market

Projects previously presented at the market include Laszlo Nemes’s Oscar-winning Son Of Saul.

The 14th CineLink Co-Production Market (Aug 18-20), the backbone of Sarajevo Film Festival’s industry section, will this year present 15 projects from South-East Europe, and three guest projects from Qatar and Mexico.

CineLink boasts an impressive track record. An average of 60% of the projects that have taken part at the market in the last 13 years went all the way from development to production.

The most recent success is Laszlo Nemes’ Son Of Saul which won the Grand Prix at Cannes 2015 and Oscar for Best Foreign Language Films.

Other titles developed at the market include two winners of Venice’s Lion of the Future: White Shadow by Noaz Deshe, and Mold by Ali Aydin; two Berlinale Silver Bear winners: Harmony Lessons by Emir Baigazin and If I Want To Whistle, I Whistle by Florin Serban; and Semih Kaplanoglu’s 2010 Golden Bear winner Honey.

The
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Sarajevo: Works In Progress from Iran, Israel, Romania, Tunisia

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Sarajevo: Works In Progress from Iran, Israel, Romania, Tunisia
Ten projects from South-East Europe, Middle East and North Africa will compete for industry awards.

Sarajevo Film Festival’s (Aug 12-20) Works in Progress strand has revealed the line-up of projects which will compete for three awards during the festival’s Industry Days on Aug 17 and 18.

Prizes will include the traditional post-production in-kind awards from Slovenia’s Restart (€20,000) and Berlin-based The Post Republic (€50,000), as well as a newly established €30,000 cash prize from Turkish broadcaster Trt.

The jury is comprised of Jan Naszewski of New Europe Film Sales, Giona A. Nazzaro from the Venice Film Festival Critics’ Week, Michael Reuter of The Post Republic and a representative from the Trt.

The projects will be presented to funders, sales agents, distributors, broadcasters and festival programmers, including representatives of Bankside Films, the Berlin International Film Festival, Bir Film, Celluloid Dreams, Coproduction Office, the Directors’ Fortnight, Elle Driver, the Festival de Cannes, Indie Sales, Lumiere, The Match
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Major Crimes Season 5 Episode 4 Review: Skin Deep

Poor Flynn. Even when Provenza tries to help, he ends up cursing him.

Or maybe Provenza did Flynn a favor, since nobody wants to live in a house with toxic mold.

Either way, Major Crimes Season 5 Episode 4 showed viewers that for the Major Crimes Unit, ordinary activities like touring a house for sale end up being more work than they bargained for.

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It was meant to be funny, and in a way it was, that after everything was said and done, the house was unsuitable. Still, I couldn't help feeling bad for Flynn. He had his heart set on moving into a gorgeous house with Sharon and Rusty.

Maybe next time the house won't come with murder in the backyard and toxic mold everywhere else.

Woman: Oh my God. Is that really Heather? She was so full of life on Sunday?

Provenza: That's why they call it.
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Major Crimes Sneak Peek: Provenza and Flynn Have a Botoxic Encounter

Major Crimes Sneak Peek: Provenza and Flynn Have a Botoxic Encounter
Age jokes aimed at Major Crimes‘ elder statesmen do a person of interest exactly zero favors in this sneak peek from Monday’s episode (TNT, 10/9c).

RelatedTNT’s Major Crimes Season 5 Gets Supersized

In the Season 5 episode “Skin Deep,” Flynn’s search for a new home to purchase leads to an unexpected turn of events — and a new investigation — for Major Crimes (as teased by my Inside Line column). In the clip above, the fellas go looking for a dermatologist, only to get the run-around — with an emphasis on run — from the truth-talker who answers the door.

RelatedMajor Crimes Casts Sherilyn Fenn,
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Grimm season 5 episode 20 review: Bad Night

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After treading water for weeks, Grimm is finally building up to the big end-of-season clash due in the approaching two-part finale...

This review contains spoilers.

5.20 Bad Night

As we crash inevitably onwards to next week’s two-hour season finale, Bad Night tries valiantly to inject some tension into the proceedings. And to some extent it works, with most of the episode focusing on Nick’s transformation from mild-mannered detective to a man consumed by a need for revenge against those who have taken his family.

It’s understandable, of course, that he’s feeling vexed after Black Claw forced Adalind to up and leave with their child, all so newbie politician Renard can benefit from a camera-friendly instant family. (There’s clearly more to it than that though, right?)

The writers are obviously attempting to portray a new darker side to Nick; a man driven by revenge
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Grimm season 5 episode 19 review: Taming Of The Wu

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Grimm finally focuses on the imminent threat represented by Black Claw in its latest episode...

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5.19 Taming Of The Wu

After a few weeks of careful manoeuvring around some of the show’s key storylines, Taming Of The Wu finally throws that caution to the wind as our heroes find themselves increasingly shrouded in danger.

Forgoing the regular Wesen of the Week procedural, the show this week at last focuses on the imminent threat from Black Claw, with some of our favourite characters unaware of how much jeopardy they’re in.

Thankfully though we saw the welcome return of Hadrian’s Wall (Hw) warriors Meisner and Trubel, who have been Mia for the past few weeks – presumably taking the fight to all four corners of the earth in their mission to track down and destroy the bad guys.

It’s good to have them back.
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Grimm season 5 episode 18 review: Good To The Bone

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Grimm's writers seem to be leaving it dangerously late to pick up season five's major plotlines in time for a finale resolution...

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5.18 Good To The Bone

With only a few more episodes left this season, Grimm is leaving it a little late to start ramping up the suspense. While this week we have another Wesen of the Week that occupies Nick for most of the episode, elsewhere the main story arcs of the season are neglected or unfold at a snail’s pace.

Don’t get the wrong, the episode was fine. It just feels like we deserve a bit more than something we’ve seen countless times already this season – particularly with only five episodes remaining.

We’re led to believe that Black Claw wants to infiltrate the Us government, and believes starting with Renard’s mayoral appointment is a good start.
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Grimm season 5 episode 17 review: Inugami

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Grimm needs to start picking up the pace as its fifth season nears its final sprint to the finish line...

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5.17 Inugami

There was somewhat of a canine theme to this week’s Grimm instalment, what with a ghost dog Wesen and the continuing transformation of Sergeant Wu into Were-Wu.

This week’s Wesen crime was centred around vengeance, and once again, long-held traditions being at odds with the modern world. The case involving the Samurai-like Inugami was interesting because it examines particular cultural beliefs based on loyalty and protection, and an ancient killing ritual instead of the usual ‘rip and tear’ method of many an angry Wesen.

It was a solid plot that ran alongside the season’s ongoing story arcs that continue their slow trajectory.

Drew Wu continued to suffer the side effects of his bite from a Lycanthrope, which include a
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