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Vintage Radio Amateur film sheds light on Hindenburg disaster

05/27/2021 Vintage home movie film supplied by New Jersey amateur Bob Schenck, N2OO, was the highlight of a PBS documentary on the Hindenburg disaster. The film, shot by his uncle Harold Schenck, may
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A24 and Joya add new candles to cinematic-inspired collection

A24 has just restocked its collection of candles made in collaboration with Brooklyn-based perfume studio Joya. The reissue sees the return of six scents, while two new ones have been added to the mix
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Pink: All I Know So Far – Cinema, Film, Film Review

This documentary follows pop legend Pink behind the scenes of her “Beautiful Trauma” world tour, as she manages the balance between being a mother, performer and bad boss. What is immediately striking
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Daisy Head Joins Untitled Dungeons and Dragons Movie

daisy head, which can currently be seen in the new Netflix series Shadow and bone, signed for Paramount and eOne’s untitled Dungeons & Dragons film adaptation, based on the universe of D
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Adult Swim announces ‘Metalocalypse’ feature

After a long hiatus, Dethklok finally makes his long-awaited return. Adult Swim has announced that it has given the green light to an original film to Metalocalypse, as well as films for Aqua Teen Hun
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Army of the Dead – Cinema, Film, Film review

In “Army of the Dead”, a zombie epidemic in Las Vegas results in the city being quarantined. A group of mercenaries, led by Scott Ward (Dave Bautista) hope to take advantage of the situati
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Monster – Cinema, Film, Film review

Steve (Kelvin Harrison Jr.) is a film student in New York City whose world is plunged into chaos when accused of murder. As his parents (Jeffrey Wright and Jennifer Hudson) do what they can to support
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Tom Clancy’s The Division Becomes A Movie – Film Stories

Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal will star in Tom Clancy’s film The Division, UbiSoft has officially announced. UbiSoft had a false start or two as it sought to move its catalog from video g
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Mortal Kombat – Cinema, Movie, Movie Review

Stalked by the fearsome Sub-Zero warrior (Joe Taslim), MMA fighter Cole Young (Lewis Tan) is drawn into a world beyond his imagination and realizes he is one of the many warriors chosen for a tourname
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Set on a Scottish island, ‘Limbo’ revitalizes the refugee film genre

Egyptian actor Amir El-Masry was not keen on reading the screenplay for “Limbo,” a film about refugees awaiting residence on a remote Scottish island, as refugee films traditionally featur
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