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Dark: Here Are the Real Elements of Netflix's Spooky New Series

Looking for another thriller after binge-watching the second season of Stranger Things for the second or third time in a row? Netflix has answered our prayers, with a new 10-episode supernatural thriller hailing from Germany, appropriately named Dark. If you've already dived in, you may be wondering if it's based on a true story. Set in the quaint, quiet town of Winden, Germany, Dark is full of gloom, dread, and an air of mystery. Considering the series is based on children disappearing without a trace, relationships being tainted and broken, and secrets being revealed, it all sounds like the perfect plot for a fresh take on a classic horror movie. Right? The series was shot in Berlin, and in an interview with Radio Times, writer Jantje Friese said, "It's a fictional town. We deliberately wanted that because we didn't want to color it with a specific Bavarian or northern German setting.
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Ventana Sur: A Breakdown of This Year’s Blood Window Work in Progress Section

Ventana Sur’s Blood Window has become one of Latin America’s most important launchpads for fantasy genre films. For the four days of the market, producers, distributors, sales agents and directors will come together for panels, debates, co-production meetings and pitching sessions.

This year’s works in progress selections have been divided into two groups. The first group is the Screenings and Work in Progress section, which was specially curated by José Luis Rebordinos, director of the San Sebastian Film Festival. The remaining works in progress are in the Video Room section.

Starting with the local fare, “Luciferina,” is the only Argentine work in progress at this year’s Blood Window. From director Gonzalo Calzada, the film is the story of Natalia, a teenage girl with a supernatural gift. After a family trauma, the origins of her ability must be faced, and a ritual executed to protect the girl from something which has been with her
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Dario Argento’s Suspiria 4k Restoration Midnights This Weekend at The Moolah – ‘Late Night Grindhouse’

“Bad luck isn’t brought by broken mirrors, but by broken minds”

Th 4k restoration of Dario Argento’s Suspiria screens Midnights this weekend (September 15th and 16th) at The Moolah Theater and Lounge (3821 Lindell Blvd, St. Louis, Mo 63108) as part of Destroy the Brain’s monthly Late Night Grindhouse film series.

Director Dario Argento redefined horror in 1977 with his masterpiece Suspiria, the Citizen Kane of Italian cinema, a Brother’s Grimm Fairy Tale of outrageously nightmarish proportions. Jessica Harper plays Suzy, an American ballet student, studying at an exclusive dance academy in the Black Forest of Germany. After one of the students and her friend are hideously murdered in the first of Argento’s breath-catching set-piece killings, Suzy discovers that the academy has a bizarre history and, as the body count rises, she gets involved in a hideous labyrinth of murder, black magic and madness.I first saw Suspiria
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NYFF55 Revivals Includes Restored Films By Godard, Hou, Costa, Tarkovsky & More

It’s a given that their Main Slate — the fresh, the recently buzzed-about, the mysterious, the anticipated — will be the New York Film Festival’s primary point of attraction for both media coverage and ticket sales. But while a rather fine lineup is, to these eyes, deserving of such treatment, the festival’s latest Revivals section — i.e. “important works from renowned filmmakers that have been digitally remastered, restored, and preserved with the assistance of generous partners,” per their press release — is in a whole other class, one titanic name after another granted a representation that these particular works have so long lacked.

The list speaks for itself, even (or especially) if you’re more likely to recognize a director than title. Included therein are films by Andrei Tarkovsky (The Sacrifice), Hou Hsiao-hsien (Daughter of the Nile, a personal favorite), Pedro Costa (Casa de Lava; trailer here), Jean-Luc Godard (the rarely seen,
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Exclusive Preview: Cain’s Deadly Game Continues In Savage Things #6

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If anything, Vertigo continues to set the bar when it comes to mature comic book storytelling. Odds are that if you’ve ventured beyond DC’s usual standards, there’s at least something that’s captivated you at some point, be it V for Vendetta, Swamp Thing or Hellblazer. And while some may argue that the imprint’s best days are behind it, one need only open the pages of some of their greatest offerings in recent years such as New Romancer, The Sheriff of Babylon, The Dark & Bloody or Frostbite to prove naysayers wrong.

This year, Savage Things has kept the ball rolling, handily impressing us right out of the gate. The beauty of this particular series is that it can appeal to pretty much anybody who enjoys themselves a gripping thriller. Really, even if
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New to Streaming: ‘Colossal,’ ‘Stalker,’ ‘Suspiria,’ ‘Fallen Angels,’ and More

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit platforms. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.

Cameraperson (Kirsten Johnson)

Kirsten Johnson brings us her memoirs by way of a videographic scrapbook. Bits and pieces of the numerous documentaries she’s shot in her years as a Dp have been woven together into a travelogue / ethnographic study / commentary on the nature of cinematic framing. What was an establishing shot in one doc becomes, here, a study of the vagaries of a camera operator’s job. Documentary
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Contest Time! Horror Fans Can Enter this DVD Giveaway for The Caretaker Right Now

Tagline: "Some People Care Too Much. " Level 33 Entertainment is releasing Jeremy Robinson's The Caretaker. In celebration of the launch, this distribution company is hosting a contest, here on 28Dla. The film involves an aging character and her granddaughters' stranger behaviours. An evil presence is orchestrating events. As well, to coincide with the release and the contest, a new exclusive clip, titled "Birdie's Dance" is hosted here. Starring Meegan Warner and Sondra Kerr Blake, The Caretaker contest begins now! The "Birdie's Dance" clip reveals more of the film. Shot like a music video, a bizarre dance number begins onscreen. Actress Sondra Blake bounces around as the Gardens & Villa song, "Star Fire Power," plays over the clip. The contest is a DVD an VOD giveaway. Three DVDs can be won, as part of one prize pack, including: Queen of Spades: The Dark Rite, David Blair's The Sighting and The Legend of the Psychotic Forest Ranger.
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Watch the trailer for Sasquatch horror The Sighting

Ahead of its Us release next month, a new trailer has arrived online for directors David Blair and Adam Pitman’s Sasquatch horror The Sighting; take a look below after the official synopsis…

One year after seven local students are inexplicably murdered at a lake house party near the Canadian border, recent high school grads Travis and his buddy Nate plan a celebratory road trip to Canada. While cutting through the woods at night, the two friends are savagely attacked by mysterious creatures and Nate is dragged off leaving Travis to run for help. After Travis’s efforts to save Nate end tragically, the police begin to investigate the events surrounding the deaths and question Travis’s claims of bloodthirsty Sasquatch-like creatures in the woods.

The Sighting is set for release on May 10th in the States.
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John Mayer Talks About Taylor Swift: Let's Just ... Everybody Stop!

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John Mayer has no fears when it comes to talking about ex-girlfriend Taylor Swift. The two famously dated back in 2010 and both released songs about the breakup after they split. Swift's track, "Dear John," included lyrics like "Dear John, I see it all, now it was wrong / Don't you think 19 is too young to be played by your dark twisted games, when I loved you so" ... while his song, "Paper Dolls" contained references to the "22" singer. Though they clearly had a bad break, Mayer had only great things to say about his ex in an interview with MSNBC's Ronan Farrow. When talking about Swift taking on Spotify, Mayer praised her for not allowing her music on there -- saying "I think that's a really cool thing for a musician to do." He then addressed the song he reportedly wrote about Swifty. "All we're talking about is being honest with yourself
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John Mayer Talks About His Ex-Girlfriend Taylor Swift

John Mayer Talks About His Ex-Girlfriend Taylor Swift
John Mayer isn't afraid to talk about Taylor Swift. The musicians dated briefly in 2010, and it didn't end well. Swift penned the song "Dear John" for her 2010 album Speak Now, and Mayer responded with "Paper Dolls" on his 2013 album Paradise Valley. Rather than ignore his ex's influence on pop culture, however, Mayer gave the singer-songwriter credit during an interview for MSNBC's 7 Days of Genius special. "How's technology changing? When you look at Taylor Swift—I want to talk about Taylor Swift, professionally here!" Ronan Farrow told Mayer, 37. "You have to talk about Taylor Swift!" Mayer said. "We have to be able to talk about Taylor...
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Emmy awards, VMAs and the return of Tfi Friday plus the rest of today's breaking pop culture news

Oompah, oompah, stick it up your jumper its the Guide Daily!

Music, film and TV gossip, updated throughout the day as if it were somehow important

Today: pointless statuettes, cosmic rock and the worlds second-most famous Chris Evans

Be a part of it all by tweeting @guideguardian or commenting below

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If youre in Manchester, go and see Japanese psych sensei Acid Mothers Temple at the Ruby Lounge.

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Thanks to Numbers affiliate Sophie and the mysterious PC Music clan, overbearingly cute K- and J-pop-influenced dance music is having a bit of an internet-hipster moment. Now Sophie and PC Music boss Ag Cook have pooled their resources for Hey Qt, an infuriatingly catchy number that comes across like Daphne & Celeste in the happy hardcore tent. Massive earworm!

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Over at Wired theyve been having fun with emojis, creating emoji-bios for some of our favourite TV and movie characters.
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“Teen Wolf” Paper Dolls: Stiles and Lydia

Teen Wolf is one of our favorite shows, but much as we love the denizens of Beacon Hills, they never quite do all the things we want them to do… or for a sufficient amount of time. So for hardcore Wolfies who want more of their favorite characters… and have the vivid imagination to create their own adventures, we bring you more fabulous Teen Wolf paper dolls by graphic artist Andy Swist. (You might recall his popular True Blood paper dolls from a few years back.)

Last week we posted everyone’s favorite sour wolf, Paper Doll Derek. This week it’s a twofer: Stiles and Lydia!

Pdf Version Stiles suitable for printing (right mouse-click and save)

Pdf Version Lydia suitable for printing (right mouse-click and save)

Helpful Hints:

• Print on thicker paper stock so pieces are more durable.

• Use glitter, ribbons, and other crafting/ art supplies to enhance each character.
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Snuffed Out: Still More Series That Were Gone Too Soon

With the fate of ABC’s Happy Endings decided, it has officially become a member of the “Gone Too Soon” club, TV shows that were snuffed out before they had a chance to flourish … or jump the shark. The club used to be headed by the Holy Trinity of Arrested Development/Freaks & Geeks/Firefly, but Arrested Development has been miraculously resurrected, so let’s put … I don’t know … Pushing Daisies in its place.

While we mourn Happy Endings, let’s take a third trip down TV memory lane. In the first Snuffed Out, we paid tribute to the aforementioned Daisies, as well as Wonderfalls, Nightman, The Book Of Daniel, Popular, The Five Mrs. Buchanans, The Flash, Eerie Indiana, It’s All Relative, Paper Dolls and the newly-resurrected Veronica Mars.

The second Snuffed Out honored The Comeback, It Had To Be You, Mission Genesis, Flo, Women of The House, Baywatch Nights,
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“Teen Wolf” Paper Dolls!

Oh Teen Wolf how you tease! Much as we love the show, the denizens of Beacon Hills never quite do all the things we want them to do… or for a sufficient amount of time. To be fair, the episodes are only 41 minutes long. They have to pack a lot of awesome in, so sometimes our favorite supes and sidekicks get short shrift.

So for hardcore Wolfies who want more of their favorite characters… and have the vivid imagination to create their own adventures, we bring you the first entry in a fabulous Teen Wolf paper doll set by graphic artist Andy Swist. (You might recall his popular True Blood paper dolls from a few years back.)

First up, everyone’s favorite sour wolf..

Pdf Version suitable for printing (right mouse-click and save)

Helpful Hints:

• Print on thicker paper stock so pieces are more durable.

• Use glitter, ribbons, and other
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How to start watching 'Doctor Who': Star Matt Smith and exec producer Steven Moffat suggest some Tardis entry points

How to start watching 'Doctor Who': Star Matt Smith and exec producer Steven Moffat suggest some Tardis entry points
Are you a Doctor Who virgin who wants to start watching the Time Lord’s adventures, but is daunted by the fact that the British science-fiction show’s half-century history now encompasses literally dozens of seasons, not to mention 11 small screen Doctors, two ’60s-era films, one TV movie, and numerous specials?

Good news! You don’t have to watch every episode of Doctor Who to know what’s going on. In fact, that’s impossible “thanks” to the BBC’s habit during the ’60s and ’70s of wiping the show’s tapes.

So where should non-Whovian readers start viewing? Well,
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TV on Tap: Jean Smart Takes a Principal Pilot Role, "Grimm" Gets Caribbean and Why Is "American Idol" Sinking?

The Voice returns with a new line-up of judge and awkwardly bad photoshop.


Following roles in in Hawaii Five-0 and Harry's Law, Jean Smart has found a new comedy role, according to Deadline. She's joined the Craig Robinson-centered pilot, which has Robinson playing a musician who becomes a middle school music teacher. Smart will play the stressed out principal of Robinson's school.

Good news, Mr. Feeny will be a part of Boy Meets World follow-up series Girl Meets World as William Daniels will reprise the role. Those of you who thought it would be hard to revisit Cory and Topanga without Mr. Feeny's sage advice, you can let out a sigh of relief.

Whoa. The second season of Baby Daddy doesn't debut for another two months, but ABC Family has already ordered a third season.

It looks like Grimm is expanding its lore once more. The supernatural drama
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Sounds Jewish podcast: Israeli elections aftermath and the Gerald Scarfe cartoon

Join Jason Solomons and guests, award-winning novelist Naomi Alderman, Middle East analyst at Chatham House and director of International Relations at Regents Park College Yossi Mekelberg, and writer and documentary-maker Alexander Bodin Saphir.

The elections in Israel may be over and the votes counted, but such is the complexity of coalition politics in Israel, the final makeup of Binyamin Netanyahu's government is still being negotiated. But what happened to the predicted surge to the extreme right?

What do the panel make of Gerald Scarfe's controversial cartoon in the Sunday Times, depicting Netanyahu building a wall on the bodies of Palestinians and using their blood as cement?

And as Oscar night approaches, we take a look at two of the shortlisted documentaries, The Gatekeepers and 5 Broken Cameras: both from Israel but with very different takes on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. We ask the director of The Gatekeepers, Dror Moreh, what motivated
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AfterElton Briefs: Divas Don't Help "American Idol," Matt Bomer Is Inspiring, and Gareth Thomas Has A Secret Past

Birthday shoutouts go to Naveen Andrews (above), who is 44, Paul Young is 57, Jim Carrey is 51, Zooey Deschanel is 33, and Susanna Hoffs is 54.. My Secret Past: Gar­eth Thomas ­Coming Out airs tonight in the UK, and he reveals that he hoped Rugby would turn him straight. “If I hadn’t had the rugby field to get rid of my aggression I would have been locked up a long time ago. By hurting people and being aggressive on the pitch, I was seen as a tough guy. And if you’re known as a tough guy it means you’re not gay.” Without Susan Boyle, the Les Miserables movie might never have happened. You hear that, Brian Juergens? In ratings news, there's good news and bad news for American Idol . It was still the top rated show by a long shot, but ... it was down 19% from last year's season premiere, and
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Review: Kylie Hams It Up For Hammersmith

Review: Kylie Hams It Up For Hammersmith
Kylie Minogue brought her stripped-bare Anti Tour to London last night, performing a catalogue of B-sides, demos and other relative unknowns to her hardcore fans at Hammersmith.

Some of the songs were obscure even to the pop princess herself, who had to keep a lyric sheet to hand, and even used it as a prop during Give Me Just A Little More Time.

Perhaps she was a little preoccupied, with the announcement earlier in the evening that her sister Dannii had split from her longtime partner Kris Smith.

And the sight in the 5000-strong crowd of Pete Waterman, the man who originally brought her to sing in the UK, and will no doubt be intent on her topping the bill at his Pwl reunion concert at Hyde Park in July.

Kylie came dressed for the part in an eighties-throwback ensemble, studs and all.

The Sun says:

Most gigs fall flatter
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Watch: Idris Gives Fans Another Taste Of 'Milk & Honey'

Watch: Idris Gives Fans Another Taste Of 'Milk & Honey'
Following the October debut of their first episode, executive producer Idris Elba and production company Brown Paper Dolls have released the second installment of their webseries "Milk & Honey."

Starring Lance Gross, Bryce Wilson, Faune Chambers, and veteran actress Debbie Allen the scripted series follows the professional and romantic journeys of four young and ambitious women navigating the lights, smoke and mirrors of Hollywood.

"I decided to get involved with 'Milk & Honey' because of the strong demand for content that is relatable and authentic," Elba stated about his involvement with the project, "Brown Paper Dolls has an intuitive way of displaying positive images of women throughout the series."

The series also introduces Asha Kamali, Yaani King, Shauntay Hinton, Charles Divins and Rob Smith. Check out episode two above, and as an added bonus check out episode one and three exclusive character videos below.

'Milk & Honey': Episode One:

About Nia:

About Samirah:
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