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Horror Highlights: Star Trek Beer, Rob Zombie’s 13 Nights of Halloween, Kindred Spirits and Evil Things, Screambox’s Bloody Disgusting Collection, The Evil In Us, Evolution, American Gods

For Trek fans, collectors, beer connoisseurs, and everyone in between, here comes Shmaltz Brewing Company's Star Trek Symbiosis, a collector's edition item to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Also in today's Horror Highlights: Rob Zombie's 13 Nights of Halloween, premiere details for Kindred Spirits and Evil Things, release details for both Screambox's Bloody Disgusting Collection and The Evil in Us, a look at the new comic book series Evolution, and guests from American Gods are set to attend Famous Monsters Halloween Convention.

Shmaltz Brewing Company's Star Trek Beer: Press Release: "Clifton Park, NY -- Wednesday, August 9, 2017 -- Shmaltz Brewing Company nationally rolls out its unique Collector's Edition release StarTrek Symbiosis® to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation. With an incredible debut at Comic-Con International (San Diego) and the official launch at the "Star Trek Las Vegas" convention, Star Trek Symbiosis® is
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These Movies Are About to Expire From Netflix

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The end of the month of April is nail-bitingly close, especially if you have been meaning to stream one of these movies on Netflix. Unfortunately, the streaming service removes a few titles each month, so the least we can do is let you know which ones are leaving so you can plan your weekend binge-fest appropriately. And all is not lost - check out the list of movies coming to Netflix in May! Expiring May 1 The Animatrix Anna Karenina (1948) Author! Author! Beware of Mr. Baker Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure Broadway Idiot Bus Stop Election The Good Life Holiday Engagement Kiss of Death Mad Hot Ballroom Mona Lisa Is Missing Ralphie May: Austin-tatious Terms and Conditions May Apply That's What I Am Thérèse Truth or Die Young & Handsome: An Evening with Jeff Garlin Expiring May 2 Slightly Single in L.A. Expiring May 3 JFK: The Smoking Gun Expiring May 4 Stealing Harvard Expiring May
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Movies & TV Shows Leaving Netflix in May 2016

Netflix giveth, and Netflix taketh away.

"Blade Runner: The Theatrical Cut" was just added to Netflix streaming, but now it's facing a harsh expiration date of May 16. (We'll be up on the roof, holding a dove and crying.)

And dude! So bogus: Unless you have a time machine, you only have until May 1st to stream "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" (1989).

Also leaving in May 2016: "Election," "Clerks," and "Black Hawk Dawn" as well as classic Marilyn Monroe movie "Bus Stop."

Here are all the movies and TV series leaving Netflix in May 2016. As always, all titles and dates are subject to change.

Leaving May 1

"The Animatrix" (2003)

"Anna Karenina" (1948)

"Author! Author!" (1982)

"Beware of Mr. Baker" (2012)

"Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" (1989)

"Broadway Idiot" (2013)

"Bus Stop" (1956)

"Election" (1999)

"The Good Life" (2012)

"Holiday Engagement" (2011)

"Kiss of Death" (1995)

"Mad Hot Ballroom" (2005)

"Mona Lisa Is Missing" (2012)

"Ralphie May: Austin-tatious" (2008)

"Terms And Conditions May Apply" (2013)

"That's What I Am
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Horror Channel unleashes a fear-filled February of premieres

Horror Channel has announced eight petrifying premieres for Friday and Saturday nights this February, including the UK TV Premiere of Daric Gates’ possession thriller The Appearing and the Network premieres of Paul Hyett’s disturbing directorial debut The Seasoning House, Stephen King’s psychological thriller Secret Window, starring Johnny Depp and Renny Harlin’s supernatural cult favourite The Covenant.

Other network premieres for Friday nights include Christian Duguay’s dystopian Sci-Fi actioner Screamers and Robert Heath’s Brit revenge shocker Truth or Dare, whilst Saturday night’s exclusive line-up embraces haunting chiller Darkness Falls and Simon West’s frenzied pulse-racer When a Stranger Calls.

Full details in transmission order:

Fri 5 Feb @ 10.55pm – Screamers (1995) *Network Premiere

Based on Philip K. Dick’s short story “Second Variety”, this cult favourite stars Peter Weller as Cmdr. Joe Hendricksson, who sets out across the surface of Sirius 6B, hoping to settle a violent labour
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Mysteries of Laura Video: Will Laura Accept Kelly Rutherford's Sexy Dare?

Detective Laura Diamond will have to learn the hard way that bad things happen when you mix tequila with a former Gossip Girl.

PhotosThe Mysteries of Laura‘s Will & Grace Reunion: First Shot of Eric McCormack

Kelly Rutherford guest-stars as an old friend of Laura’s on Wednesday’s Mysteries of Laura (NBC, 8/7c), and it appears the spirit of Lily van der Woodsen is still very much alive, as she challenges her to a PG-13 game of Truth or Dare. (Minus the Truth.)

But will Laura accept her pal’s challenge and hook up with a mysterious bar hottie?
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Should 'Saturday Night Live' Outlast Lorne Michaels?

If you need any further proof that "Saturday Night Live" has lost whatever edge it once had, there's the news that Sarah Palin is planning to appear on the show's 40th anniversary special, airing Feb. 15. Remember, just seven years ago, Tina Fey's impression of the then-vice presidential candidate was widely credited with losing the election for her and John McCain. Since then, in speeches and Facebook posts, Palin has not been one to let a personal grievance slide. And yet, here she is, returning to the "SNL" studio at 30 Rock. This is more than just being a good sport or burying the hatchet; it's an indication that she doesn't consider whatever satirical softballs "SNL" may lob her way to be any kind of a threat. Maybe there's no such thing as bad publicity, but clearly, no prominent person, not even one as polarizing as a partisan politician, is afraid
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Chris Soules's Bachelor Blog: 'Come on People, It Was Just a Tush!'

Chris Soules's Bachelor Blog: 'Come on People, It Was Just a Tush!'
Chris Soules is the Bachelor! After a bittersweet exit from Andi Dorfman's season of The Bachelorette, the farmer from Arlington, Iowa, is searching for love once again on ABC's hit franchise. Chris, 33, will be blogging for People.com every week about the women, the dates and the difficult decisions he'll make on his journey to love. So check back each week, and follow Chris on Twitter.

I'd probably say it wasn't until my fourth week as the Bachelor that I finally felt like I'd stopped dreaming and that this was actually happening. I wanted my first date that week
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Chris Soules's Bachelor Blog: 'Come on People, It Was Just a Tush!'

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Chris Soules's Bachelor Blog: 'Come on People, It Was Just a Tush!'
Chris Soules is the Bachelor! After a bittersweet exit from Andi Dorfman's season of The Bachelorette, the farmer from Arlington, Iowa, is searching for love once again on ABC's hit franchise. Chris, 33, will be blogging for People.com every week about the women, the dates and the difficult decisions he'll make on his journey to love. So check back each week, and follow Chris on Twitter.I'd probably say it wasn't until my fourth week as the Bachelor that I finally felt like I'd stopped dreaming and that this was actually happening. I wanted my first date that week
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Ten Best: Phil’s Top 10 Movies of 2014

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Well it’s that time of year again – the one where websites across the globe churn out Top 10 list after top ten list. So why should we be any different?! Yet whilst we may be following the predictable end of year lists, I can guarantee that my list is anything but predictable, featuring films from across the globe: including the Us, Canada, Italy, Australia, New Zealand and even good old Blighty!

This year more than ever there has been film after film that knocked it out of the park for me – which is why my Top 10 list has Two sections: the Top 10 and then the pick of 35(!) more brilliant movies (I would have loved this list to be a Top 45, honestly). So what’s my criteria? Well it has to be a movie I’ve seen this year, one that was released this year, i.e. making its UK debut,
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Watch Justin Timberlake Join Fallon for Hilarious Summer Camp Sketch

Watch Justin Timberlake Join Fallon for Hilarious Summer Camp Sketch
Years before they became an Emmy-winning late-night host and global music superstar, Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake were just two dorky pre-teens sharing a room at summer camp. Or at least that's the hilarious premise for the "Camp Winnipesaukee" sketch from Tuesday night's Tonight Show, in which the two roomies play an awkward game of Truth or Dare, sing a glorious duet of Third Eye Blind's angst-filled 1997 classic "Jumper" and annoy their counselor, Mr. Fletcher (played by head writer A.D. Miles).

"Hey Justin, are you asleep?" a braces-sporting Fallon asks to open the piece,
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Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon Play Nerdy BFFs at Camp Winnipesaukee in 1997—Watch Now!

Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon Play Nerdy BFFs at Camp Winnipesaukee in 1997—Watch Now!
Lifelong friendships are forged at Camp Winnipesaukee! Justin Timberlake made a surprise appearance on NBC's Tonight Show Tuesday, joining Jimmy Fallon in a sketch about two nerdy campers in 1997. The bit started with Fallon inviting his curly-haired Bff to play a game of truth or dare. "Is it weird that it's just two boys?" Timberlake asked before picking truth. "Truth or dare: do you have a crush on anyone?" Fallon asked. "Yeah," the sheepish singer confessed. "Who is it?" Fallon wondered. "Kimmy Gibbler from Full House!" Timberlake said, earning him an air-five. Fallon noticed that Timberlake was sporting a beard, which he deemed...
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Three Oscar Contenders Head to Broadway

By Anjelica Oswald

Managing Editor

Several Oscar contenders are heading to New York and the Broadway stage as the Oscar season progresses in Hollywood. With projects on both coasts, these contenders could score both Tony and Oscar nominations during the upcoming awards season.

Director Bob Fosse won two Tony Awards and an Oscar in 1973. The two Tonys were for direction and choreography for Pippin and the Oscar was for directing Cabaret. Director Stephen Daldry won an Oscar for The Reader and a Tony for Billy Elliot the Musical in 2009.

Five actresses have won both awards in the same year: Shirley Booth won a Tony for The Time of the Cuckoo and an Oscar for Come Back, Little Sheba in 1953; Audrey Hepburn won a Tony for Ondine and an Oscar for Roman Holiday in 1954; Ellen Burstyn won a Tony for Same Time, Next Year and an Oscar for Alice Doesn’t
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Mario Lopez Admits He Sleeps Naked, Reveals His "Sweet" Celebrity Crush

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Mario Lopez is airing his dirty laundry!The "Saved By the Bell" alum stops by "The Real's" pajama party on Friday, where he reveals his biggest celebrity crush, his guilty pleasure and details on his new memoir, "Just Between Us."toofab's Rachel Hoffman had a front row seat at the slumber party -- and we're giving you some extra dirty details that might not be on the show."I think every guy growing up had a crush on Alyssa Milano from 'Who's the Boss,'" Mario admits. "She's so sweet. I tell her every time I see her to interview her."The ladies of "The Real" also get real about their childhood puppy love! Tamara Mowry admits that she used to have a thing for "The Sandlot's" Mike Vitar (see him now here), Tamar Braxton says has always crushed on L.L. Cool J and Jeannie Mai used to dream about Jordan McKnight.
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Ten Best: Frightfest 2014 Movies

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Well this years Frightfest is over and I’ve had a week to digest everything – it’s safe to say this year was… interesting. The move from the Empire to Vue West End, whilst not without the odd teething problem, was a success. Yes, the atmosphere had changed a little, at least in terms of experiencing a film with hundreds of people instead of thousands, but the positives of the move truly outweighed any negatives. My personal positive? The wide range of films on show this year and that fact there was No problems getting into the Discovery Screens this year – which in my own case, was where I saw some of the best films of the festival.

Speaking of films, whilst there was no outstanding, totally blown me away, movie this year, there overall standard was Very high, with only one real dud of the entire week (and I
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Review: Alejandro G. Iñárritu's 'Birdman' opens Venice with a sure-fire Oscar bet

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Review: Alejandro G. Iñárritu's 'Birdman' opens Venice with a sure-fire Oscar bet
Venice - Truth or dare? This is a game played by two characters in magnificently acidic metatextual comedy "Birdman." It's also the film as a three-word question. Truth or dare? Real stage actor or star? You can have your artistic integrity, or you can have a hit. You can go Method, or you can really fly. You can be Riggan Thomson (Michael Keaton), or you can be Birdman (Riggan Thomson). Initially, "Birdman" poses as a trenchant critique of the seemingly endless parade of men in capes that is the summer blockbuster season (Michael Fassbender and Robert Downey Jr. are name-checked as fine actors currently otherwise occupied), but it's actually rather more nuanced than that. The values of the sober-minded art espoused by a poisonous critic (Lindsay Duncan) and the untrustworthy joys of escapist cinema are both probed and prodded in this film. It's impossible for a film featuring the nightmare
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Film 4 FrightFest 2014: Watch The Day Five Video Diary

The final day of FrightFest has come and gone, and so those fine festival folk have this wrap up video to share.This time out there's coverage for Nymph: as festival director Alan Jones calls it "The Little Mermaid done as horror". Then there's Truth Or Dare, Blood Moon, X Moor, Alleluia and Nekromantik. You then have Nacho Vigalondo (who appeared yesterday to talk about his Open Windows) chatting up V/H/S Viral, with our very own Shelagh Rowan-Legg! Please note that this video was created by Chris And Phil, who are chronicling the event for FrightFest TV. This is the official FrightFest video output, and so we're happy to be able to share it with you. You can watch the video below.  ...

[Read the whole post on twitchfilm.com...]
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"Sing out (Madonna), Louise!"

A happy 56th birthday to the Queen Herself. I was out for drinks with two friends the other night (Hi, Sue & Jordan!) and somehow the conversation turned to Madonna -- I can't remember how it got there -- and the Best Actress for Evita Golden Globe was discussed. 'Her one shot at an Oscar' ...but then of course she wasn't nominated. (1996 was an overstuffed year in Best Actress of course but even if it hadn't been, The Academy probably would have resisted.) But of course it wasn't her only shot at Oscar. They've snubbed her repeatedly in that Best Original Song category though two songs she sang but didn't write won the actual gold man ("Sooner or Later" from Dick Tracy by Stephen Sondheim and "You Must Love Me" from Evita by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber). 

Her original songs from the movies in preference order:

 

"Into the Groove
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Kim Kardashian -- Yeah I Kissed Brandon, But ...

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Kim Kardashian and step-bro Brandon Jenner had an illicit make-out session ... so intimated Brody Jenner, but in reality we've learned there's less here than meets the eye.Our Kardashian archival sources tell us ... the "kiss" went down when Kim was around 11 and Brandon was 12.  Fact is ... Kris and Bruce weren't even married at the time, but they were dating.The kiss was part of a Truth or Dare game, and it was more like a peck on the lips.
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Matthew Davies becomes fourth Big Brother 2014 evictee

Matthew Davies has become the fourth housemate to leave the Big Brother 2014 house.

The 23-year-old media graduate was up for nomination alongside five other guys in the house as part of the latest Power Trip twist, but was evicted after receiving the majority of the public vote.

Matthew told Emma Willis that it felt "strange" to be out of the house and to hear his "posh, camp" voice on the Vt, but that he understood why he had been voted out.

"I think a lot of them are really likeable in the house," he explained.

"I shot myself in the foot this week... some people didn't get my sarcasm and I guess it can come across as bitchy."

When Willis mentioned his confrontation with Helen during a game of Truth or Dare, Matthew cringed.

"Oh do we have to?" he said as the footage began to play.

Having watched the exchange back,
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Big Brother Matthew: 'I don't really like most of the housemates'

Big Brother housemate Matthew Davies has admitted that he doesn't like most of the people still on the show.

Matthew - whose friend Toya Washington was evicted on Friday (June 27) - explained in the Diary Room yesterday that his mood has become "lower and lower".

"I'm out of my comfort zone," he said. "I don't really like most of the people in this house... I don't really like the cliques and the dynamic."

Matthew went on to say that Marlon Wallen "should be embarrassed" about his behaviour but reserved most of his ire for Helen Wood, with whom he fell out last week over a game of Truth or Dare.

Suggesting that the female housemates are scared of Helen, he said: "That's why Kim [Kisselovich] and Jale [Karaturp] are friends with her. Not because they have genuine relationships with her... or genuine common interests... They're afraid of her."

Later, Matthew also discussed Helen with Christopher Hall,
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