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Arizona Foundation For Women To Honor Ashley Judd

Arizona Foundation for Women has selected two-time Golden Globe nominated actress, humanitarian and author Ashley Judd, as its 2018 Sandra Day O’Connor Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree.

Ms. Judd is known for her roles in highly successful movies such as Kiss the Girls, Eye of the Beholder, Someone Like You, and Double Jeopardy. And most notably, Arizona Foundation for Women is recognizing Ms. Judd for her philanthropic and activist work around women’s health, rights and equality, and helping those living with AIDS around the world.

“Ms. Judd brings to light in her work around women’s issues a topic many prefer to keep in the dark, deny, block out, ignore or simply are not aware of,” says Arizona Foundation for Women CEO Mesha Davis. “It’s hard to hear of a child, woman, or anyone, being sexually exploited or abused, let alone talk about it openly. We need dedicated individuals like Ms.
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MarVista Acquires Rights To Dystopian Novel ‘Sinless’ For TV Series

Exclusive: MarVista Entertainment announced today that they have acquired the rights to the new book Sinless from Sarah Tarkoff for a new television series. The novel is the first in the author’s Eye of the Beholder series. The series is set in a near future, dystopian society in which “right” and “wrong” are manifested by beauty and ugliness. Those who are “good” are blessed with beauty, while those who are not suffer horrifying consequences—disfigurement, or even…
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‘Heroes of the Monkey Tavern’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

What will gradually dawn on you about Heroes of the Monkey Tavern is what it doesn’t contain. No item wear; no exterior environments (in fact, very little variation in environments at all); no ammo counters; no gameplay variation; and no real story to speak of. It opens with a static painting of the titular tavern. Your silhouetted heroes are approached by a stranger, who speaks of a dungeon with untold treasures. Off you go, into the darkness.

Once down there, you will work your way up through a series of levels – seven floors and a boss level, all told – fighting a generic selection of fantasy enemies: orcs, skeletons, mummies, goblins etc. Your party is yours to choose, and once again the options are fantasy staples: warrior, ranger, priest, blah. Torchlight flickers on brownstone walls; competent, moody music summons hints of Howard Shore’s Two Towers score; secret walls slide
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‘Demon Gaze II’ Review (PS4)

In Demon Gaze II, players take on the role of a mysterious, amnesiac hero who awakens in the bowels of the autonomous, steampunk inspired city of Asteria. Mysteriously lost in a cellar filled with steaming brass pipes and adorned with valves and levers, he or she has no choice but to follow the only people that seem to offer a helping hand.

What begins as a lengthy introduction to one character after another, a recap of the events in the original Demons Gaze and an overview of the world eventually spins out into a long and deep campaign lasting more than thirty hours, for those who want to experience it. Dialogue is partially voiced and characters are presented as largely static anime characters who are almost always dressed in resplendent garb that strains under the weight of their unnaturally large bosoms (for the female character, at least.)

Players can create
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8 ways The Twilight Zone influenced modern TV and film

Louisa Mellor Nov 25, 2017

The Twilight Zone casts a long shadow over today’s film and TV. We salute the legacy left by Rod Serling’s seminal series…

“Damn near immortal” is how Stephen King described The Twilight Zone in his 1981 study of creepy fiction Danse Macabre, and who could argue with that. Like any decent horror monster, Rod Serling’s 1960s anthology series keeps coming back from the grave. Only last week it was announced that CBS is planning to resurrect its award-winning show once again. The new series will be the latest of several revivals over the decades, including an upcoming stage production set to enjoy its world premiere at London’s Almeida Theatre this December.

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The Twilight Zone doesn’t just keep returning in its own right,
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Hollywood Actress Ann Mahoney Speaks Out on Body Shaming in New Podcast

Just hours before hitting the red carpet in Los Angeles for the premiere of her latest movie “Same Kind of Different as Me,”actress Ann Mahoney launched her first podcast called “Eye of the Beholder.” Mahoney is known for her recent roles in “The Walking Dead” and “Bad Moms.” “Eye of the Beholder is a weekly podcast where I will try to get to the bottom of our body image issues. I will be talking to people of all ages, races cultures and genders and examining their perception of beauty. I struggle with the image: film and TV perpetuate as a ‘love

Hollywood Actress Ann Mahoney Speaks Out on Body Shaming in New Podcast
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Mother!, The Wicker Man, and All the Other Movies With "F" CinemaScores

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Darren Aronofsky's mother!, with its lowercase title and exclamation point, was always going to push the envelope. The disturbingly vague trailer alone was hint enough that the Jennifer Lawrence-led film was not Hollywood's average horror entry. As a result, many of the scary movie fans who flocked to theaters left disappointed, confused, or a mixture of both. The backlash to the film has been so strong that Paramount actually released a statement defending Aronofsky's "audacious and brave" work. Unfortunately it wasn't enough to keep mother! from pulling in a shockingly bad "F" rating on poll-based website CinemaScore (the worst score that can be given by audiences). Mother! certainly isn't the first movie to land on CinemaScore's "F" list, but until now, the complete list had yet to be published. Vulture set out to discover the full list of titles by speaking to CinemaScore research analyst Harold Mintz. He
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Len Wein, Wolverine and Swamp Thing Co-Creator, Passes Away at 69

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Len Wein, Wolverine and Swamp Thing Co-Creator, Passes Away at 69
The comic book and movie industry is in mourning today after one of the great writers has passed away. Len Wein, who co-created the Wolverine for Marvel, Swamp Thing for DC Comics and many more, passed away today at the age of 69. No exact cause of death was given at this time, and it remains unclear when more official details will be released. Here's what fellow comic book writer Brian Michael Bendis had to say on social media about Len Wein.

"Len Wein, co-creator of Wolverine and Swamp Thing & more responsible for the x-men you love than he gets credit for. Thank you. #Rip. Btw he was Very kind to me when i first started at marvel. Encouraging and shiny. Sadly, Not all his peers are. He was inspiring."

The statement on Brian Michael Bendis Twitter did not reveal a cause of death and it is unclear if there will
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TV Review: Fear The Walking Dead: Episodes 3.1 & 3.2: Eye of the Beholder & The New Frontier [AMC]

Fear the Walking Dead: Eye of the Beholder & The New Frontier Review Fear the Walking Dead, season 3, episodes 1 & 2, ‘Eye of the Beholder’ & ‘The New Frontier,’ was a great way to end season 2. Whether the block was a great start to season 3: I may be leaning towards no [...]

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TV Review: Fear the Walking Dead - Season 3, Episode 3

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Reviews of the first two episodes of Fear the Walking Dead's third season can be read over on Arrow in the Head. If you'd like to catch up - Episode 1: Eye of the Beholder, Episode 2: The New Frontier. Season 3, Episode 3: Teotwawki Plot: The Clark family settles in at a survivalist camp while Strand has a bad meeting with an old friend. Review: Last week, the two... Read More...
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Hear The Walking Dead Podcast Ep: 22 – Eye of the Beholder & The New Frontier

Fear The Walking Dead’s Eye of the Beholder & The New Frontier Review AMC’s Hear The Walking Dead Podcast: The Fear The Walking Dead Podcast: Season 3, Episode 1 & 2: Eye of the Beholder & The New Frontier is an audio review in which FilmBook contributor Mufsin Mahbub discusses his reaction [...]

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Why 'Fear the Walking Dead' Killed off That Major Character

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Why 'Fear the Walking Dead' Killed off That Major Character
Fear the Walking Dead didn't exactly welcome fans back with open arms in the season 3 premiere. There was no time to rest or rejoice in the return of everyone's (second) favorite zombie survival group in "Eye of the Beholder" and "The New Frontier." Similar to its sister show, Fear the Walking Dead opened its season with a major death. Travis, who has been with the show since the very beginning, made the ultimate sacrifice and according to Fear the Walking Dead showrunner Dave Erickson, it is a death that needed to happen.
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Fear The Walking Dead season 3 episodes 1 & 2 review: The Eye Of The Beholder & The New Frontier

Ron Hogan Jun 5, 2017

Fear The Walking Dead returns with a two-hour season three opener. Spoilers ahead in our review...

This review contains spoilers.

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3.1 Eye Of The Beholder & 3.2 The New Frontier

Fear The Walking Dead is a show that will soon be undergoing a change in leadership. Unlike the parent show, Dave Erickson (who wrote the first episode of the season) has been at the helm for the first three seasons, with this one being his final as the runner of the show. Unlike The Walking Dead, Fear has been relatively sedate on the back end, and that might be a negative thing for it. Fear The Walking Dead seems to be hitting a lot of the same beats year after year, and the beginning of this season seems no different.

After last season
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Fear Twd Showrunner Breaks Down [Spoiler]'s 'Inevitable' Demise and Previews the 'Reckoning Coming'

Fear Twd Showrunner Breaks Down [Spoiler]'s 'Inevitable' Demise and Previews the 'Reckoning Coming'
Warning: The following contains spoilers for the Season 3 premiere of Fear the Walking Dead.

The never-saw-it-coming death in Sunday’s Season 3 premiere of Fear the Walking Dead “was meant to feel like a kick in the balls,” showrunner Dave Erickson tells TVLine. Mission accomplished. But, before the Ep explains why Travis had to die, a quick recap of the double header…

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In “Eye of the Beholder,” Madison at last was reunited with Nick, and, after getting a handle on survivalist Jeremiah Otto’s sons, good guy Jake (The Following
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Watch ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Online Live Streaming: Season 3 Premiere on AMC

AMC's Fear The Walking Dead Season 3 premiere debuts tonight with the episode 'Eye of the Beholder', two months later than the previous two seasons. Teases have promised zombies galore and potentially a major death so strap in and get ready for action both north and south of the border. Watch Fear The Walking Dead live stream online free on AMC or later on Amazon.com after the episode airs.

A twist ending to last season's finale saw Nick and Luciana leading the Colonia north from Mexico and into the United States. As they attempted to push through the border crossing, armed militants attacked and put a bullet into Luciana's lower abdomen.

We already know that Luciana survives the initial attack and Nick will try to lead her to safety. After that is up in the air. Will the militants capture them both? Is the rest of Colonia dead from the attack?
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Watch ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Season 3 Premiere Online Live Streaming on AMC

AMC's Fear The Walking Dead Season 3 premiere debuts tonight with the episode 'Eye of the Beholder', two months later than the previous two seasons. Teases have promised zombies galore and potentially a major death so strap in and get ready for action both north and south of the border. Watch Fear The Walking Dead live stream online free on AMC or later on Amazon.com after the episode airs.

A twist ending to last season's finale saw Nick and Luciana leading the Colonia north from Mexico and into the United States. As they attempted to push through the border crossing, armed militants attacked and put a bullet into Luciana's lower abdomen.

We already know that Luciana survives the initial attack and Nick will try to lead her to safety. After that is up in the air. Will the militants capture them both? Is the rest of Colonia dead from the attack?
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'Fear the Walking Dead' Season 3 Premiere Recap: Who Loses Their Life Trying to Protect Their Family?

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'Fear the Walking Dead' Season 3 Premiere Recap: Who Loses Their Life Trying to Protect Their Family?
When we last left Nick, Madison and friends on Fear the Walking Dead, Nick and Luciana were heading into the United States and got ambushed. Madison and Travis found the village Nick was staying in, but it was too late. Meanwhile, Strand was left at the hotel resort with Elena and her family.

In the first part of the season 3 premiere, titled "Eye of the Beholder," Madison, Travis and Alicia get kidnapped by the group that attacked Nick and Luciana. Madison and Alicia try to charm their way out, while Travis and Nick fight for their lives to get safe. And in the second part, titled "The New Frontier," the group arrives at a new home, and they have to decide who they can trust.
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‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Review: Season 3 Finds a Promising New Setting, But Still Schlocks

‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Review: Season 3 Finds a Promising New Setting, But Still Schlocks
Fear the Walking Dead,” which returns Sunday with its third season premiere, has always struggled to justify its own existence.

Not financially, since ratings are solid enough (albeit dwarfed by the numbers for “The Walking Dead” proper, even after that show’s viewership slide during its execrable seventh season). The troubles with “Fear” have always been creative, since it abandoned the show’s initial high-concept of viewing the zombie apocalypse through the lens of a single Los Angeles family. By the end of its six-episode first season, society had collapsed and the show’s main characters were on the run across a ruined America, looking for a safe harbor.

Save for the locale and the amount of decomposition on the zombies, the situation seemed awfully similar to what viewers were used to from the orginal series’ Rick Grimes and crew.

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Fear The Walking Dead character images and season 3 premiere synopsis

This past week we’ve seen a teaser and batch of images for Fear the Walking Dead, and now AMC has released eight character images for The Walking Dead spin-off along with a synopsis for the season 3 premiere episode, entitled ‘Eye of the Beholder’; take a look below…

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The Clark family find themselves in a dire predicament. They must work together to discover a path to safety.

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As “Fear the Walking Dead” returns for season three, our families will be brought together in the vibrant and violent ecotone of the U.S.-Mexico border. International lines done away with following the world’s end, our characters must attempt to rebuild not only society, but family as well. Madison (Kim Dickens) has reconnected with Travis (Cliff Curtis), her apocalyptic partner, but
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New Photos & Episode Titles from Fear The Walking Dead Season 3

Following its numerous cliffhangers at the end of season 2, Fear The Walking Dead Season 3 returns on June 4th with back-to-back episodes, and although we still have a bit longer to wait to see what happens next, the episode titles (and writing and directing credits) for the first three episodes, as well as new photos, have been revealed by AMC, giving fans something to ponder in the weeks to come.

Below are the official episode titles and writing and directing credits for the first three episodes of Fear The Walking Dead Season 3:

"Episode 301: “Eye of the Beholder

Written by: Dave Erickson

Directed by: Adam Bernstein

Airs: Sunday, June 4 at 9/8c on AMC

Episode 302: “The New Frontier”

Written by: Mark Richard

Directed by: Stefan Schwartz

Airs: Sunday, June 4 at 10/9c on AMC

Episode 303: “Teotwawki”

Written by: Ryan Scott

Directed by: Deborah Chow

Airs: Sunday, June 11 at 10/9c on
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