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Happy New Year Trailer for Blumhouse’s ‘Happy Death Day 2U’ Sequel

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Happy New Year Trailer for Blumhouse’s ‘Happy Death Day 2U’ Sequel by Alex Billington January 1, 2019Source: YouTube “Failure is not an option.” The very first trailer of 2019 is a new trailer for this horror sequel. Universal Pictures has debuted the second official trailer for Happy Death Day 2U, …

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The 50 Best Shots of 2018

The best movies, shows, music videos, and more of 2018 get the One Perfect Shot treatment. Put in the simplest of terms, a Shot is a sequence of continuous footage between two cuts. They exist in movies, shows, music videos, video games, and really any video-based art. It’s simple — just …

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MIssion: Impossible – Ghost Protocol Rewrites Explained

Christopher McQuarrie is a gift to cinephiles. Not just because the writer-director keeps making incredible action movies and lending his voice as a top industry screenplay doctor, but because he’s so open and communicative about the whole experience. Few filmmakers engage with fan questions more actively and thoughtfully than McQuarrie does …

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Jimmy Osmond Hospitalized After Suffering Stroke During UK Performance

Jimmy Osmond, former star of musical group The Osmonds, was taken to a hospital after suffering a stroke during a performance of Peter Pan at the Birmingham Hippodrome. The 55-year-old Osmond was performing a pantomime of Peter Pan villain Captain Hook when he was stricken. According to a statement released …

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‘Roma’ Tops Metacritic’s Compiled Film Critics Top 10 List; ‘First Reformed’ #2

Every year the Oscars boil down to two narratives essentially, the critical favorite versus the populist choice (generally, anyhow and as the Academy Awards get better, the two overlap sometimes). Take Alfonso Cuarón’s critically-adored “Roma,” a personal black and white reminiscence of his childhood in 1970s Mexico City and …

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Chloë Grace Moretz Reteams with Luca Guadagnino for ‘Blood on the Tracks’

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Following the one-two-three punch of A Bigger Splash, Call Me By Your Name, and Suspiria, Luca Guadagnino was deciding between a handful of projects for his follow-up and it now looks like he’s settled on his adaptation of Bob Dylan’s iconic 1975 album Blood on the Tracks. Revealed a few months …

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Documentary of an Icon – /Film

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Sammy Davis Jr. has is an essential member of the Rat Pack and an icon of American culture, but his contributions to pop culture have remained mostly unsung. A new documentary from PBS as part of their “American Masters” series gives the spotlight to Sammy Davis Jr., in the aptly …

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The 50 Best Movies of 2018

As an editorial team, we’re very proud of the work we do here. We have loads of fun writing articles here on FSR, curating the beautiful and interesting over on One Perfect Shot, and we like keeping it real with Nonfics. To keep all of these things running independently, it …

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Best Horror Movies on Amazon Prime Right Now

[Last Updated: 12/29/2018] Looking for a good scare, but not sure where to start? The good news is Amazon Prime boasts quite a few quality horror films, even if the suggested title algorithm doesn’t always bring the cream of the crop to the forefront. Looking for something classic? Go for …

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Abby Lee Miller To Return To ‘Dance Moms’

Abby Lee Miller To Return To ‘Dance Moms’ | Deadline Click to Skip Ad Closing in… You will be redirected back to your article in seconds Shutterstock She’s baaaaack! Abby Lee Miller is coming back to crack the whip on Dance Moms. Miller took to Instagram to confirm …

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