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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’: The Personal Touches That Went Into Writing Rosa’s Coming-Out Story

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’: The Personal Touches That Went Into Writing Rosa’s Coming-Out Story
[Editor’s Note: Spoilers for “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Season 5, Episode 10, “Game Night” follow.]

The Fox comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” for reasons made obvious by its title, chose to celebrate its 99th episode last week, putting the spotlight on each character during a crazy road trip from Los Angeles to New York. But it also included a big reveal that became a central part of the show’s 100th episode, “Game Night” — Rosa (Stephanie Beatriz), the show’s resident badass, coming out as bisexual.

Rosa’s coming-out, showrunner Dan Goor told IndieWire, was a story choice made in close discussion with Beatriz this season. “In a way, after Stephanie came out, and has really in so many ways become such an Lgbt advocate, we felt like it was really a meaningful opportunity for the character, and it definitely felt in-world for the character. It didn’t feel like, you know, we didn’t feel like people would be like, ‘What?!’ You know, and 100 episodes in it feels like a good,
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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’: The Personal Touches That Went Into Writing Rosa’s Coming-Out Story

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’: The Personal Touches That Went Into Writing Rosa’s Coming-Out Story
[Editor’s Note: Spoilers for “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Season 5, Episode 10, “Game Night” follow.]

The Fox comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” for reasons made obvious by its title, chose to celebrate its 99th episode last week, putting the spotlight on each character during a crazy road trip from Los Angeles to New York. But it also included a big reveal that became a central part of the show’s 100th episode, “Game Night” — Rosa (Stephanie Beatriz), the show’s resident badass, coming out as bisexual.

Rosa’s coming-out, showrunner Dan Goor told IndieWire, was a story choice made in close discussion with Beatriz this season. “In a way, after Stephanie came out, and has really in so many ways become such an Lgbt advocate, we felt like it was really a meaningful opportunity for the character, and it definitely felt in-world for the character. It didn’t feel like, you know, we didn’t feel like people would be like, ‘What?!’ You know, and 100 episodes in it feels like a good,
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Movie Review – The Funhouse Massacre (2015)

The Funhouse Massacre, 2015.

Directed by Andy Palmer.

Starring Robert Englund, Jere Burns, Scottie Thompson, Matt Angel, Chasty Ballesteros, Clint Howard, and Mars Crain.

Synopsis:

Six of the world’s scariest psychopaths escape from a local Asylum and proceed to unleash terror on the unsuspecting crowd of a Halloween Funhouse, whose themed mazes are inspired by their various reigns of terror.

In case the title or the synopsis didn’t make it clear, The Funhouse Massacre is not an Oscar-bait movie. There are no breath-taking performances, stunning visuals, or moments that touch your soul. There is, however, a metric shit-tonne of gore and violence, and even a cheeky bit of nudity. For this reason, I only want to spend a brief moment discussing the technical aspects of The Funhouse Massacre, because it is simply not the kind of film that warrants a technical review. Nevertheless, I feel the need to give
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Interview: Danielle Harris Discusses Her Unique Role in New Hospital Horror Film Inoperable and Shares Her Thoughts on the Halloween Franchise

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You may know her as Jamie Lloyd or Annie Brackett from the Halloween franchise, but right now actress and filmmaker Danielle Harris is providing viewers with another enthralling performance with her role as Amy Barrett in Christopher Lawrence Chapman's new film, Inoperable. A mind-bending experience that blends psychological Twilight Zone-esque scares with gory hospital horror, Inoperable is out now in select theaters from Zorya Films and Millman Productions, and Daily Dead recently had the great pleasure of speaking with Harris about her unique new role and the ambitious approach to filming Inoperable, and she also shared her hopes for the future of the Halloween franchise.

Hi Danielle, and congratulations on Inoperable. It feels like a mix of Groundhog Day and The Twilight Zone, but it still has its own personality. Watching it for the first time was such a mind-bending experience, so what was it like when you
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Danielle Harris Bites Back within Inoperable: An Interview

Danielle Harris is an actress, based in Los Angeles. She has appeared in dozens and dozens of films. Notably, she appeared in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, at the very young age of 11 and Halloween 5, just a year later. She has also appeared in the the two Halloween remakes, shot by Rob Zombie. This film fan and critic knows her from her work on Stakeland (2010), Hatchet II (2010), Hatchet III (2013), See No Evil 2 (2014), Havenhurst (2016) and now in Christopher Lawrence Chapman's Inoperable. Harris is a prolific and talented actress. And, she is interesting, in that she has chosen to specifically work in the horror genre. In this interview, Harris talks about some of the difficulties of shooting in the genre. She also talks about doing her own stunt work, on Hatchet III and what she liked about her latest production, Inoperable. Her spirit animal is a wolf.
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A Detailed Timeline of Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s Relationship

A Detailed Timeline of Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s Relationship
Crazy in Love,” indeed!

Throughout their nearly 15-year relationship, Beyoncé, 35, and Jay-Z, 47, have seen it all. From elevator incidents and infidelity rumors to smash collaborations and adventures in parenting, the fiercely private pair continue to claim the throne of music’s First Family.

Below, a detailed timeline of Bey and Jay’s life together, from “’03 Bonnie and Clyde” to Lemonade.

1999 – 2000

They first meet. Beyoncé previously told Seventeen that they met when she was 18, which would be between September of 1999 and August of 2000.

2000 – 2001

They begin dating when Bey is 19, after getting to know each other. “We were friends first for a
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Film Review: ‘Inoperable’

Film Review: ‘Inoperable’
Inoperable” is insufferable. A cheapjack, slapdash horror thriller about a possibly unstable and definitely discombobulated woman caught in a “Groundhog Day”-type time loop in a hospital with an emphasis is on harming, not healing, it is at once skittish and sluggish while zigzagging through a freeform storyline that suggests a fuzzy concept fleshed out with desperate day-to-day improvisation.

The movie plays like nothing so much as a direct-to-video quickie from the heyday of VHS, an impression reinforced by all the retrograde props and technology so conspicuously displayed: a flip-top phone here, a Corvette Stingray there, early-21st-century PCs everywhere. There are times when all this period-inappropriate stuff might lead genre fans to expect something like the time-tripping final twist that capped off “Final Destination 5.” But no: Helmer Christopher Lawrence Chapman and co-scripter Jeff Miller clearly are incapable of such inspired cheekiness.

Instead, the filmmakers follow Amy Barrett (Danielle Harris) as she hops back and forth
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Gotham Awards for ‘Call Me by Your Name’ and ‘Get Out’ Are Good News For Oscar Odds

Gotham Awards for ‘Call Me by Your Name’ and ‘Get Out’ Are Good News For Oscar Odds
For much of the 2017 Gotham Independent Spirit Awards ceremony, it seemed like nothing could topple “Get Out.” Then came “Call Me By Your Name,” which landed Best Feature after “Get Out” triumphed in three major categories, proving that not only are both movies serious contenders for the best movies of the year, but we also have an unpredictable awards race.

That said: Anyone who uses the Gothams as a crystal ball for predicting the Oscar race is looking in the wrong place. Hosted by Ifp, the swanky New York shindig celebrates movies and television made with an “economy of means,” with a series of small committees to select the nominees and winners for each category. That’s a world away from the Oscar voting process, which involves thousands of members, multiple branches, and no limits on budgets.

Read More:Gotham Awards 2017: Complete Winners List

Nevertheless, in recent years the
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December Theatrical Release Announced for New Horror Film Inoperable, Starring Danielle Harris

Starring Danielle Harris (the Hatchet series, Halloween 4 and 5), the new mind-bending horror film Inoperable will enjoy a theatrical release in early December, and we have the full release details to let you know if it will be coming to a city near you:

Press Release: Los Angeles, CA - Zorya Films and Millman Productions are putting scream queen Danielle Harris under the knife with the December 1st theatrical release of Christopher Lawrence Chapman's Inoperable.  Harris (Halloween 4 & 5, Rob Zombie's Halloween, the Hatchet franchise) stars as Amy, a hospital patient who must battle nature and the supernatural before she ends up trapped for eternity.  Chapman directed from a script he co-wrote with producer Jeff MillerInoperable will open December 1st in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Houston, Phoenix, Tampa, Miami, Orlando, Cleveland and Minneapolis for weeklong runs.

A young woman wakes up in a seemingly evacuated hospital with a hurricane approaching.
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First look at Danielle Harris in hospital horror ‘Inoperable’

Zorya Films and Millman Productions are putting scream queen Danielle Harris under the knife with the December 1st theatrical release of Christopher Lawrence Chapman’s Inoperable. Harris (Halloween 4 & 5, Rob Zombie’s Halloween, the Hatchet franchise) stars as Amy, a hospital patient who must battle nature and the supernatural before she ends up trapped for eternity. Chapman directed from a script he co-wrote with producer Jeff Miller.

A young woman wakes up in a seemingly evacuated hospital with a hurricane approaching. She realizes the storm has awakened malevolent forces, trapping her in a time loop. She must escape the hospital before the storm passes or she will be trapped in its halls forever.

Inoperable will open December 1st in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Houston, Phoenix, Tampa, Miami, Orlando, Cleveland and Minneapolis for weeklong runs.
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Trailer for Inoperable starring scream queen Danielle Harris

Zorya Films and Millman Productions have announced that scream queen Danielle Harris (Halloween 4 and 5, Hatchet) is set to go under the knife this December with the release of Christopher Lawrence Chapman’s Inoperable, which sees Harris as Amy, a hospital patient who must battle nature and the supernatural before she ends up trapped for eternity. Check out the poster and trailer below…

A young woman wakes up in a seemingly evacuated hospital with a hurricane approaching. She realizes the storm has awakened malevolent forces, trapping her in a time loop. She must escape the hospital before the storm passes or she will be trapped in its halls forever.

Inoperable is set for a theatrical release in the U.S. from December 1st.

The post Trailer for Inoperable starring scream queen Danielle Harris appeared first on Flickering Myth.
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Crypt of Curiosities: The Cat People Films

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Next to Universal, few studios have had such a big impact on horror than Rko Radio Pictures. Started in 1927, Rko was the first studio founded to make exclusively sound films, a then-brand-new invention that served as a major draw for the studio. Rko’s life was relatively short (it was killed just 30 years after forming), but during their time, they put out a seriously impressive number of classics, including Top Hat, It’s a Wonderful Life, The Informer, and most notably, Citizen Kane.

Of course, Rko didn’t shy away from horror. While their output wasn’t nearly as prolific as, say, Universal’s, it was still quite impressive, boasting some of the most formative and important horror films of old Hollywood. Rko saw the release of a few all-time classics, including I Walked With a Zombie, The Thing From Another World, King Kong, and the topic of today’s Crypt,
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McBride confirms new Halloween timeline; says movie is "straight horror"

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There are tons of Halloween movies in the long-running franchise, including a remake and a sequel to that remake from Rob Zombie. But for the new Halloween movie from Danny McBride and David Gordon Green they’ll basically be ignoring every movie in the series other than the first one, creating a new timeline which has just been confirmed by McBride. The actor spoke with Yahoo about the upcoming... Read More...
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Mark Duplass Is Refusing to See ‘Daddy’s Home 2’ Because of Star Mel Gibson

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Mark Duplass Is Refusing to See ‘Daddy’s Home 2’ Because of Star Mel Gibson
Filmmaker and actor Mark Duplass won’t be seeing “Daddy’s Home 2” this weekend, and in a new tweet, he’s made his disdain clear to his 400,000 Twitter followers. Instead, Duplass would rather see one of many other great movies also on the big screen this weekend, and perhaps his followers will be encouraged to follow suit.

I like many of the people involved so I hate to do this but I must say Nope No Way to “Daddy’s Home 2” bc it stars Mel Gibson and it’s 2017 and there are plenty of great movies to see this weekend in theaters.

Mark Duplass (@MarkDuplass) November 9, 2017

Gibson — an Oscar-winning director and producer for “Braveheart,” plus one of the most commercially-successful actors of the ’80s and ’90s — has been the source of several off-screen controversies during his decades in the industry. In 1991, he made disparaging comments about gay men when speaking
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Keith Urban Releases Song About Harvey Weinstein Claims

Keith Urban Releases Song About Harvey Weinstein Claims
Keith Urban is in the running for four trophies, including entertainer of the year, at the 51st annual Country Music Association Awards tonight (Nov. 8), but -- win or lose -- his most important contribution to the event might well be the song he plans to debut.

Capitol Nashville released a new single, “Female,” to radio stations at 6 a.m. Et, hours before the performance on ABC. Roughly three weeks old, the song was inspired in part by the Harvey Weinstein scandal in Hollywood’s film industry. Urban recorded it on Halloween, and the quick release ensures that the song gets...
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Keith Urban Releases Song About Harvey Weinstein Claims

Keith Urban is in the running for four trophies, including entertainer of the year, at the 51st annual Country Music Association Awards tonight (Nov. 8), but -- win or lose -- his most important contribution to the event might well be the song he plans to debut.

Capitol Nashville released a new single, “Female,” to radio stations at 6 a.m. Et, hours before the performance on ABC. Roughly three weeks old, the song was inspired in part by the Harvey Weinstein scandal in Hollywood’s film industry. Urban recorded it on Halloween, and the quick release ensures that the song gets...
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Exclusive Look at the Vinyl Master Lacquer Cutting of the Goblin LP for New Book Ghoulish: The Art Of Gary Pullin

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A new retrospective book on artist "Ghoulish" Gary Pullin is reason enough for celebration, but 1984 Publishing is giving horror fans who order the signed hardcover version even more to enjoy: a 12-inch Goblin vinyl featuring freshly remastered live performances of their music from Suspiria and Dawn of the Dead. Beginning today around 1:00pm Et, horror fans can pre-order this limited edition book/vinyl set, and we've been provided with an exclusive look at the cutting of the vinyl master lacquer.

Below, you can see the Goblin vinyl's master lacquer being cut by Well Made Music's Dave Polster on a vinyl record cutting lathe from 1974—one of only 100 operational ones in the entire world.

Priced at $39.95, the book/vinyl will be available as a "stained glass" transparent blue (limited to 300) and a "stained glass" transparent red (limited to 200).

To learn more, keep an eye on 1984 Publishing's official site and read
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Critics Pick the Best Modern Shows Set in the ’80s, From ‘Stranger Things’ to ‘The Americans’

Critics Pick the Best Modern Shows Set in the ’80s, From ‘Stranger Things’ to ‘The Americans’
Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Tuesday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best show currently on TV?” can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: What’s the best modern show set in the ’80s? (To qualify, the show must have aired sometime 2000-present.)

Alan Sepinwall (@sepinwall), Uproxx

Recency bias would suggest “Halt and Catch Fire,” even though its strongest season, this last one, took place in the 1990s, or “Stranger Things,” which is an extremely fun show but not an all-timer. That leaves two clear-cut favorites: “Freaks and Geeks,” Paul Feig and Judd Apatow’s ode to high school outcasts; and FX’s Cold War spy thriller “The Americans.” The former is one of the great one-season wonders, one of the best shows ever made about teenagers, and — between Feig,
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Critics Pick the Best Modern Shows Set in the ’80s, From ‘Stranger Things’ to ‘The Americans’

Critics Pick the Best Modern Shows Set in the ’80s, From ‘Stranger Things’ to ‘The Americans’
Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Tuesday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best show currently on TV?” can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: What’s the best modern show set in the ’80s? (To qualify, the show must have aired sometime 2000-present.)

Alan Sepinwall (@sepinwall), Uproxx

Recency bias would suggest “Halt and Catch Fire,” even though its strongest season, this last one, took place in the 1990s, or “Stranger Things,” which is an extremely fun show but not an all-timer. That leaves two clear-cut favorites: “Freaks and Geeks,” Paul Feig and Judd Apatow’s ode to high school outcasts; and FX’s Cold War spy thriller “The Americans.” The former is one of the great one-season wonders, one of the best shows ever made about teenagers, and — between Feig,
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Heidi Klum Shows Off Her Insane Bikini Body While Jumping Into the Ocean Next to a Rainbow: Watch!

Heidi Klum Shows Off Her Insane Bikini Body While Jumping Into the Ocean Next to a Rainbow: Watch!
Heidi Klum is living her best bikini life!

The super fit Project Runway star flaunted her flawless body while frolicking around the beach in her swimwear line, Heidi Klum Intimates, on Sunday.

“Today’s office,” the 44-year-old model captioned a video showing her leaping out of a pool with her toned torso on display in a string bikini.

Klum followed up the post with more fun and flirty clips on Monday, including one of her jumping backwards into the ocean against a picturesque backdrop of azure waters, lush greenery and a rainbow.

Exclusive: Heidi Klum Dishes on Her Epic 'Thriller' Costume and What She Loves Most About Halloween!

She also joyfully jumped into the sea with her arms in the air in another post, captioned, “Wow
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