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‘Love After Love’ Exclusive Teaser: Mourning Becomes Andie MacDowell & Chris O’Dowd In This Evocative Tribeca Drama — Watch

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‘Love After Love’ Exclusive Teaser: Mourning Becomes Andie MacDowell & Chris O’Dowd In This Evocative Tribeca Drama — Watch
Here’s a little known trick for first time filmmakers to land top talent: Write a meaty part for an older woman. Actresses get offered far fewer scripts as they age, and if yours is good — they might just say yes. Writer/director Russell Harbaugh’s debut feature, “Love After Love,” starring Andie MacDowell and Chris O’Dowd as mother and son in mourning, seems to have done just that.

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Equal parts swelling and intimate, this haunting teaser evokes the searching and stillness of a soul in limbo, adjusting to a new life without a loved one. Eerie and wordless, MacDowell and O’Dowd ignite the screen in close-ups, communicating heartache and rage with the most subtle of expressions. Harbaugh’s images intrigue: He frames O’Dowd behind a french door, or a dinner party in fading light from just outside the room.
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Thundercat: Making Jazz Fusion Cool Again

  • PEOPLE.com
First of all, there’s his instrument. It’s ostensibly a bass, but it’s got six strings, and it’s running through a couple different effects that make it sound like a guitar. Also, Thundercat (né Stephen Bruner) is playing it so fast that he makes the thing sound like a Metallica guitar solo, but instead of thrash metal, he and his band are pumping out a strange mix of extremely adept jazz, funk and R&B, all of which anchor his silky falsetto. (And on one of his recent singles, the equally silky voices of Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins.
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Exclusive: Listen to Tyler Bates’ “Molotov Cocktails” from The Belko Experiment Soundtrack

  • DailyDead
A workplace turns into a war zone this weekend with the release of Bh Tilt and Orion Pictures' The Belko Experiment. Accompanying the carnage on screen is composer Tyler Bates' ominous, epic score, and to give your earbuds an idea of what to expect, Daily Dead has been provided the special treat of premiering the "Molotov Cocktails" track from the official score for The Belko Experiment.

The soundtrack for The Belko Experiment will be released on CD and digital platforms by Lakeshore Records on March 17th. For more information, we have the official press release and exclusive soundtrack excerpt below, and to learn more about Tyler Bates, visit:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/tyler_bates Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TylerBatesOfficial Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tylerbatesofficial

Press Release: (March 6, 2017 – Los Angeles, CA) – Lakeshore Records will release The Belko Experiment – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack digitally and on CD on
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Suicidal Tendencies Alum Sues for ‘Institutionalized’ Royalties

  • The Wrap
Former Suicidal Tendencies bassist Louis Mayorga has filed a lawsuit against his former label boss Lisa Fancher, claiming that he’s owed royalties from the iconic 1983 punk song “Institutionalized.” “Fancher, through her label Frontier, has sold the Album continuously since 1983,” the lawsuit reads. “However, some years ago, Fancher ceased to operate her record label in any semblance of compliance with standard music industry practices, at least with regard to accounting and paying artists.” According to the suit, Fancher “has ceased to provide any royalty statements to Mayorga,” and the musician “has not received a royalty statement...
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Suicidal Tendencies Ex-Bassist Sues Over Royalties for '80s Hit

  • TMZ
Louis Mayorga co-wrote and played bass on a classic punk tune while he was in the band Suicidal Tendencies ... and he's pissed the checks have stopped coming in for it. Mayorga is suing Lisa Fancher -- founder of Frontier Records -- for not regularly paying him his royalties for St's self-titled album featuring the hit song, "Institutionalized" ... according to the docs. Mayorga says he has to hound Fancher for his cash until she finally sends
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A DC TV universe timeline guide: Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl

Robbert de Koeijer Sep 23, 2016

Wondering how all the DC universe TV spin-offs, crossovers and webseries fit together? We have the answer...

In October 2012, Us network The CW launched the first season of Arrow, after wrapping up no fewer than ten seasons of Superman origin show Smallville a year before. Arrow was a completely new take on the DC Comics character Green Arrow, in a new universe that had nothing to do with Smallville or its version of Oliver Queen/Green Arrow. The series proved quite the hit for The CW, and a second season renewal inevitably followed. In season two, we were introduced to forensic scientist Barry Allen, better known to DC Comics readers as The Flash. Arrow got a third season, The Flash got his own TV show with great success, and the live action shared DC Comics universe on TV was born. And with it the question: how does it all fit together?
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Exclusive Photos: Megadeth, Suicidal Tendencies at Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on March 13, 2016

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Chicago – Thrash metal pioneers Megadeth (with singer Dave Mustane and Kiko Loureiro) and Suicidal Tendencies (with singer Mike Muir) shredded their guitars and kept the packed crowd moshing with 30 years of vintage metal classics at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom on March 13, 2016. The HollywoodChicago.com lens captured all the action. Enjoy!

Photos by: Jeff Doles

Published by: Adam Fendelman

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Flying Lotus Is Dead (But He's Doing Pretty Well Anyway)

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Flying Lotus Is Dead (But He's Doing Pretty Well Anyway)
Sometimes you have to die to get recognized. For Flying Lotus, whose 2014 album was called You're Dead, that, thankfully, wasn't true. The electronic artist, real name Steven Ellison, in nominated for two Grammy Awards this year, one for "Never Catch Me" (best dance recording), which features Kendrick Lamar; and one as part of the small mob of people who were involved in the making of Lamar's groundbreaking album To Pimp a Butterfly. His own release, the equally groundbreaking You're Dead, was one of 2014's most daring and genre-bending recordings. Ellison/Lotus comes from a musical family in more than one
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'Arrow' is addicted to resurrection, will bring Another character back from the dead

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'Arrow' is addicted to resurrection, will bring Another character back from the dead
If "Arrow" had an alternate name, it would be called "Resurrection", or at least "All Hail the Lazarus Pit". I say this — mostly in jest — because "Arrow" is bring another character back from the dead this week in the episode titled "Brotherhood". While Thea (Willa Holland) and Sara (Caity Lotz) needed the help of the Lazarus Pit to bring them back, this character doesn't need magic, he needs discovery. Much like Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh), who was thought to be dead until Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) and Curtis (Echo Kellum) discovered his message, this character was also only presumed dead. Who is this mysterious character, now returning to the land of the living? Andrew Diggle, John Diggle's believed-to-be-dead brother. Andy is played by Eugene Byrd, whose acting credits include "Bones", "8 Mile", "Heroes", and previous flashback episodes of "Arrow". According to John Diggle (David Ramsey), Andy was killed by Deadshot (Michael Rowe
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Masters of Cinema Cast – Episode 43 – Repo Man

The podcast returns with Joakim being joined by Ian Schultz to discuss Alex Cox’s Repo Man.

From Masters of Cinema:

Arguably the defining cult film of the Reagan era, the feature debut of Alex Cox (Sid & Nancy, Walker, Straight to Hell) is a genre-busting mash-up of atomic-age science fiction, post-punk anarchism, and conspiracy paranoia, all shot through with heavy doses of deadpan humour and offbeat philosophy.

After quitting his dead-end supermarket job, young punk Otto (Emilio Estevez) is initiated as a “repo man” after a chance encounter with automobile repossessor Bud (Harry Dean Stanton). An illicit, high-voltage life follows, including an adrenalised search for a mysterious ‘64 Chevy Malibu loaded with radioactive – and extragalactic – cargo… With an iconic soundtrack (Iggy Pop, Black Flag, Suicidal Tendencies), stunning Robby Müller cinematography, and iconoclastic direction, Repo Man remains one of the great debuts of the 1980s.

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Watch Thundercat, Flying Lotus Reunite on 'Why? With Hannibal Buress'

Watch Thundercat, Flying Lotus Reunite on 'Why? With Hannibal Buress'
Flying Lotus, Hannibal Buress' house DJ on his Comedy Central show Why?, reunited with collaborator Thundercat for a performance of the latter's "Them Changes." 

"Please welcome one of the baddest DJs in the land," the host enthusiastically exclaimed while welcoming the bassist to the stage. He then launched into his smooth, funky single off his mini-album The Beyond/Where the Giants Roam. Lotus produced the track, which highlights both Thundercat's falsetto and excellent bass skills. 

Earlier this year, Thundercat gained attention for his hefty contributions to Kendrick Lamar's
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Arrow: The Complete Third Season Releases on September 22

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Burbank, CA (June 17, 2015) – Just in time for Arrow’s fourth season on The CW, viewers can catch up with the action-packed series as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and DC Entertainment release Arrow: The Complete Third Season on Blu-rayTM and DVD on September 22, 2015. Averaging 4.2 million viewers weekly for each original episode, Arrow is The CW’s #2 show among Total Viewers, behind only The Flash! The release contains all 23 thrilling episodes from the third season that will have you on the edge of your seat, plus almost three hours of extra content, including episode commentaries, featurettes, deleted scenes, and a gag reel. Arrow: The Complete Third Season is priced to own at $59.98 Srp for the DVD and $60.10 Srp for the Blu-ray.

Oliver Queen’s Arrow has become a hero to the citizens of Starling City – but he will quickly discover that doesn’t mean he can lead a normal life
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Lenny Kravitz, Lauryn Hill, Grace Jones to Headline AfroPunk NYC

Lenny Kravitz, Lauryn Hill, Grace Jones to Headline AfroPunk NYC
Lenny Kravitz, Grace Jones and Lauryn Hill are set to headline the annual AfroPunk NYC Festival, set to take place August 22nd and 23rd at Brooklyn's Commodore Barry Park.

Kelis, Danny Brown, Suicidal Tendencies and Thundercat will also perform at the flagship festival. The New York lineup announcement arrives just weeks after Zoe Kravitz's band Lolawolf and Willow and Jaden Smith performed, among others, at AfroPunk Paris.

This year will also mark the first annual AfroPunk Fancy Dress Ball, a pre-festival event on August 21st featuring Grace Jones, Cakes
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'Arrow' Season 4 Will Feature H.I.V.E. in Major Story Arc

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'Arrow' Season 4 Will Feature H.I.V.E. in Major Story Arc
As the hit CW series Arrow starts to close out Season 3, with just five episodes left to go, many fans are already looking forward to what Season 4 has to offer. During an interview with E! Online, series star David Ramsey, who plays Diggle, revealed that the H.I.V.E. organization is going to be a "big part" of Season 4, teasing that a story thread from the first season will be wrapped up. Take a look at what the actor had to say below:

"From my understanding, H.I.V.E. is going to be a big part of next season's big baddie. We are going to delve right into why H.I.V.E. hired Deadshot to kill Andy and what H.I.V.E. is all about to begin with. There will be a lot of Diggle's connection to H.I.V.E. next season so stay tuned.
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Arrow season 3 episode 18 review: Public Enemy

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This week's episode of Arrow goes a long way towards making up for season three's shortcomings...

This review contains spoilers.

3.18 Public Enemy

There's been a lot to complain about while watching this season of Arrow. Oliver has become unlikeable, Felicity has been boiled down to mere love interest, and Roy and Diggle have been given nothing to do. It's done some wonderful things too, such as Laurel's journey to becoming the Black Canary and Thea finally being let in on the secret, but the common consensus hasn't been overwhelmingly positive, made worse when comparing it to The Flash.

But this episode, Public Enemy, went a long way to repairing a lot of the damage, coming off as a particularly entertaining spring cleaning session, all while not really wavering from the story the writers clearly want to tell.

Really, with at least half of last week's episode being Diggle-centric, and the
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Arrow season 3 episode 17 review: Suicidal Tendencies

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Diggle's honeymoon doesn't exactly go to plan in this week's packed episode of Arrow season 3...

This review contains spoilers.

3.17 Suicidal Tendancies

It feels almost unfair to complain about Arrow’s ongoing Diggle problem this far into the series because, let’s be fair, he’s never been given much in the way of focus and, as much as we may want it to happen, Arrow isn’t really deviating from its original stance on giving its supporting cast much to do outside of Oliver’s mission.

Then again, if Diggle was going to get a season three episode in which to shine, it should have been this one. It was his wedding day, it was Deadshot’s last hurrah (although, no body means no proof of that) and it was seemingly also the conclusion to his background struggle between being on Team Arrow and keeping himself safe for the sake
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Germanwings Update: Black Box Transcript Leaked, Andreas Lubitz Suffered From Depression, Suicidal Tendencies

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An alleged transcript of the Black Box recordings from Germanwings Flight 9525 confirms that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz refused to open the cockpit door for the pilot as reports circulate Lubitz suffered from depression. Black Box Transcript Reveals Lubitz Encouraged Pilot To Leave Cockpit German newspaper, Bild am Sonntag, published excerpts it claimed are from the […]

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Arrow Ep. 3.17 “Suicidal Tendencies” continues to be all over the place (draft)

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Arrow Season 3, Episode 17 “Suicidal Tendencies

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Airs Wednesdays at 8pm Et on The CW

Hey everyone, the Suicide Squad is back… to tell us an heartwrenching story about love, Ptsd, and sacrifice? “Suicidal Tendencies” is an odd episode of Arrow, though one that benefits from one very important thing: the resurrection of John Diggle, whose been reserved to background fodder for most of the season while Ra’s wreaked mayhem and something happened in Hong Kong with some virus not named Mirakura (Alpha/Omega; but you get my point). And in an episode that mostly involves Laurel and Quentin bickering (yawn) and the increasingly grating arrowhead tip-shaped love triangle of Ray, Felicity, and Oliver went for another spin.

While everything in Starling City might be ridiculous, at least “Suicidal Tendencies” offers us the presence of one John Diggle, who is trying to reconcile being a father with being a trained military badass,
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Arrow Recap: Up and Atom!

Arrow Recap: Up and Atom!
This week on The CW’s Arrow, newlyweds John and Lyla apparently registered at Bloodbath & Beyond, while Oliver and Ray each discovered how the other likes to dress up at night.

RelatedArrow’s David Ramsey Previews Diggle vs. Ra’s and the ‘Very Serious’ H.I.V.E. Threat

As Diggle-centric episodes go, “Suicidal Tendencies” probably was my favorite to date, largely because in addition to giving much-needed focus to Team Arrow’s lone uncostumed hero, it served up solid B-stories on the periphery.

The wedding itself was short but sweet in the way it had fun showing how
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Arrow Recap: “Suicidal Tendencies”

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Arrow knows how to throw a wedding: short, sweet, and expensive. Ray Palmer, who attends the Diggle wedding with Felicity, not only ruffles Oliver's feathers as his former flame's date, but as the officiant of his best friend's ceremony. Ollie's in for an awkward evening as Laurel also shows up dressed to the nines and outshines his other lady love. As if things couldn't get any worse, the team gets reports that the vigilante known as Arrow has returned to his murderous ways. Quentin Lance appears on TV to condemn the Arrow's attacks while Felicity does her best to pacify the situation; Palmer, surprisingly, publicly throws his support behind the police. [caption id="attachment_431821" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via The CW/caption] Team Arrow decides that Diggle and Lyla deserve to go and enjoy their honeymoon, but Amanda Waller, Deadshot, and the Suicide Squad have other plans. Waller tasks Lyla with extracting a U.S. Senator
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