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‘He’s Dying in Our Arms’: Parents Speak Out After Their 22-Month-Old Son Dies from Meningitis

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‘He’s Dying in Our Arms’: Parents Speak Out After Their 22-Month-Old Son Dies from Meningitis
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Film News: Midwest Independent Film Festival Announces 2017 Best of the Midwest Awards

Chicago – The votes were tallied – from internet surveys and the awards committee – and the Midwest Independent Film Festival “Best of the Midwest” (BMA) Awards were given out on Tuesday, December 5th, 2017. The Best Feature was “The View From Tall,” directed by Erica Weiss and Caitlin Parrish, the Best Actor was Michael Patrick Thornton (“The View From Tall”), and the Best Actress was Anne Sonneville (“Miriam is Going to Mars). The BMA Awards were hosted with a fine comic flair by Laroyce Hawkins (“Chicago Pd”) at the Landmark Century Centre Cinema.

Laroyce Hawkins hosts the BMA Awards on December 5th, 2017

Photo credit: Gary Kuzminski

The Midwest Independent Film Festival is a year-round movie event in Chicago that takes place the first Tuesday of every month, at the Landmark Century Centre Cinema. The festival has been recognized by Chicago Magazine in their “Best of Chicago” issue, and has become one of the top places for local filmmakers,
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In and Of the World: The Textures of Michael’s Mann’s "Heat"

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Michael Mann's Heat (1995) is showing November 11 - December 11, 2017 on Mubi in the United Kingdom.Neil McCauley (Robert De Niro) emerges from a train with unassuming poise, mingling seamlessly with the other disembarking passengers. As they recede into the background, however, congealing into airy circular blurs of out-of-focus features, Neil becomes the obvious point of attention, even more so as the camera pulls back and follows his journey from a comparative distance. In the guise of a medic, he makes his way to a hospital and coasts through its thoroughfares, passing oblivious employees and patients, until he arrives at his destination: an ambulance, which he steals. Neil’s anonymity enabled the theft and it allowed for his inconspicuous progress. He fit in. He seemed natural. Wherever he went, he had the perceptible appearance of belonging. This is key to what distinguishes Heat, Michael Mann’s 1995 contemporary crime masterpiece. Capitalizing on
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Film News: Midwest Independent Film Festival’s Best of the Midwest on Dec. 5, 2017

Chicago – On Tuesday, December 5th, the Midwest Independent Film Festival will award their 2017 “Best of the Midwest” honors with a ceremony at Landmark Century Centre Cinema in Chicago at 7pm. Nominees include the feature films “Dave Made a Maze,” “Halfway,” “Signature Move,” “The Legend of Swee’ Pea” and “The View From Tall.”

Presented by the Midwest Independent Film Festival

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The Midwest Independent Film Festival is a year-round movie event in Chicago that takes place the first Tuesday of every month, at the Landmark Century Centre Cinema. The festival has been recognized by Chicago Magazine in their “Best of Chicago” issue, and has become one of the top places for local filmmakers, producers and actors to network in the city. The “Best of the Midwest” Awards has a number of TV & Film guests (click here) scheduled to attend.

The nominees for the 2017 “Best of the Midwest” Awards are as follows…
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The Shape of Water enters the race as Call Me By Your Name wins La Film Critics Association top prize

Guillermo del Toro’s fishy fantasy The Shape of Water entered the awards season race with a strong showing at the La Film Critics Association awards, though it was romance Call Me By Your Name that won the Best Picture prize.

The critics’ group met on Sunday to decide the recipients of its annual prizes and it was Del Toro’s creature feature and Luca Guadagnino’s sun-dappled gay romance that dominated proceedings.

See Also: Lady Bird lands top prize at New York Film Critics Circle awards

Guadagnino’s film scooped the main prize, but he shared the Best Director gong with Del Toro and the two films split the acting honours, with Timothée Chalamet winning Best Actor for Call Me By Your Name and Sally Hawkins named Best Actress for The Shape of Water.

The night ended in a dead heat with three awards apiece for the two films,
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Money Games: Close-Up on Raoul Peck's "Fatal Assistance" and "Murder in Pacot"

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Close-Up is a feature that spotlights films now playing on Mubi. Fatal Assistance (2013) is showing November 28 - December 28 and Murder in Pacot (2014) is showing November 29 - December 29, 2017 in the United Kingdom as part of the series Build It Better: Two Films By Raoul Peck.For all the glowing rhetoric about democratization, self-help, social capital, and strengthening of civil society, the actual power relations in this new Ngo universe resemble nothing so much as traditional clientelism. Moreover, like the community organizations patronized by the War on Poverty in the 1960s, Third World NGOs have proven brilliant at coopting local leadership as well as hegemonizing the social space traditionally occupied by the Left.—Mike Davis, Planet of Slums “J’aide.” —Alex, Murder in PacotThere’s a dead boy under the rubble and a wretched smell in the air. In Raoul Peck’s 2014 feature Murder in Pacot, a married middle-class couple (‘l’homme,
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The Weeknd and Bella Hadid Aren't Back Together After Selena Gomez Split but He 'Never Stopped Loving' Her, Says Source

The Weeknd and Bella Hadid Aren't Back Together After Selena Gomez Split but He 'Never Stopped Loving' Her, Says Source
The Weeknd and his ex-girlfriend Bella Hadid are spending time together, but they haven’t rekindled their romance — yet.

Just weeks after splitting with his girlfriend of 10 months, Selena Gomez, the 27-year-old “Starboy” star was spotted leaving Hadid’s New York City apartment Tuesday night.

“He is talking to Bella a lot and they’ve hung out too,” says an insider close to the singer, born Abel Tesfaye. “They are not back together. There are still feelings though. Abel never stopped loving Bella.”

The Weeknd and Hadid, 21, announced their split last November — almost exactly a year ago. “Their schedules have
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The Strangers Prey At Night Gets Its First Trailer

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Once again based on true events, never underestimate the kindness of The Strangers.

Early last month we got our first image and title for the sequel for the 2008 Horror film The Strangers. Now we have our first trailer for Prey At Night, check it out below.

Looks kind of intense if you ask me. However, I do worry that this will end up being a very run of the mill basic horror film. The magic of the first was that it was confined to a single area, while this looks like the characters are on the run.

Set for release on the near 10 year anniversary of the original film, March 9, 2018. Johannes Roberts, the man that brought the most incredible shark film of recent memory, 47 Meters Down, is set to direct. Christina Hendricks (Mad Men) and Bailee Madison (Once Upon a Time) are set to star.

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A Simple Job Turns into Something Darker and Bloodier with Death on Scenic Drive this November 17th

Terror Films will release Gabriel Carrer's Death on Scenic Drive this month. The film is a supernatural thriller, starring Ry Barrett (The Demolisher, 2015) and Stephanie Ash. In the film, Larissa takes on a house-sitting job, with a Satanic past. This title has already had several film festival appearances on the world stage. And now, the official poster and trailer are hosted here. The trailer shows Larissa (Ash) travelling out into the country. She arrives at her house-sitting job and meets a local. At night, events take a strange turn as Larissa spies something in the darkness. Then, the blood flies as she confronts death itself. Death on Scenic Drive will show this November. On November 17th, this indie horror title will be available on most Video-on-demand platforms. It will show on: iTunes, Amazon Instant/Prime, Vudu, Google Play/YouTube and XBox Live. The VOD release will be unrated. As well,
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CBeebies: the top 12 shows

Seb Patrick Nov 23, 2017

Are your kids Bing fans, or more partial to Sarah & Duck? We count down a dozen of CBeebies' finest...

There’s arguably no more important television than children’s television. Sure, you could be one of those parents who doesn’t let their child anywhere near a screen – but chances are, if you’re the kind of person to read Den of Geek, the idea of doing so would utterly horrify you.

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Besides, children can learn so much from watching television – not as a substitute for actual parenting or schooling, of course, but as an addition to it. It can be damaging to rely solely on it, to park them in front of it for several hours a day – but in healthy doses,
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The importance of cats in horror cinema

Mark Harrison Oct 31, 2017

Want to enhance your horror movie? Make sure you sign up a cat...

This feature contains broad spoilers for several horror movies featuring cats, including Alien, Cat People, Drag Me To Hell, Fallen, A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night, Pet Sematary and The Voices.

The relationship between humans and cats over time has given way to a number of cultural impressions and outright superstitions. Ancient Egyptians associated them with gods. In the Middle Ages, they were linked with witches and killed en masse, which probably hastened the spread of the Black Plague through the rodent population. And in the modern day, it's interchangeably lucky or not if a black cat crosses your path.

Like anything with such a wide array of symbolic links, movies have presented cats as characters in different ways over the years. It's their abiding association with the supernatural – whether as an omen
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Hear The Cool Story Behind The First Actor With Autism To Be Cast In A Lead Play

So here's a cool story happening in my backyard that I knew absolutely nothing about! A man is making history as the nation's first autistic actor to be cast in the lead of a theater production, and he's taking on The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time. One may assume playing an autistic character and having autism would be easy, but actor Mickey Rowe assures us it's not. Check out his story below!
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The Strangers 2 Gets a New Title and Image

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One of the most terrifying home-invasion horror films of recent history is finally getting a sequel. And now it not only has a new image, but a brand new title.

First off, back in 2008 I went to theaters to see a little known film called The Strangers. It stared Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman as a struggling couple in a vacation home out on its own when they are terrorized by a group of individuals in masks. Roughly based on the Tate Murders of the summer on 1969. It absolutely terrified me. To this day the film is one of my all-time favorite horror films, and has grown as a cult classic of the horror genre.

Now it looks like we are finally getting our sequel to it. Filming began early this year on the project which was known at the time only as The Strangers 2, but now Bloody Disgusting is
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‘The Strangers 2’ Coming In Early 2018

Remember a movie called The Strangers from a few of years back? The horror film was written and directed by Bryan Bertino, starred Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman, and revolved around ‘ a young couple staying in an isolated vacation home are terrorized by three unknown assailants.’ Well, it looks like it is getting a sequel, ten years on, and we have the first image from it, which you can see below.

Strangers: Prey At Night is the title of the film, and it will be brought to the big screen by 47 Meters Down director Johannes Roberts, and the even better news is that it is getting a release less than six months from now.

The movie is pencilled in for a U.S. release on March 9th, 2018, and we already have a new plot synopsis. Check this out:

A family’s road trip takes a dangerous turn when they
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61st BFI London Film Festival Review – Good Time (2017)

Good Time, 2017.

Directed by Josh Safdie and Benny Safdie.

Starring Robert Pattinson, Benny Safdie, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Taliah Webster, Buddy Duress and Barkhad Abdie.

Synopsis:

Brothers Connie and Nik pull off a bank heist which, while it appears to go smoothly, ends up with the vulnerable Nik being caught and sent to Rikers. While inside, he’s badly beaten up, leaving Connie on the outside trying to raise the bail to set his brother free.

Shaking off that Twilight association hasn’t been easy for Robert Pattinson and it’s not for a lack of trying. Cosmopolis, Maps To The Stars and, more recently, The Lost City Of Z have all offered him opportunities to flex his acting muscles with varying degrees of success. Good Time could turn out to be what he’s been waiting for.

This comes from the Safdie brothers, Josh and Benny, who have created a
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The First Trailer for Mathieu Turi's Hostile Shows an Unsettling Future World

Mathieu Turi's post-apocalyptic yarn Hostile continues a film festival run. The film is slated for appearances in New York and Los Angeles, via the New York City Horror Film Festival and the Shriekfest Horror Film Festival. A trailer has just been released for the film. The clip shows Juliet (Brittany Ashworth) struggling in a desolate world. At night, deformed creatures hound her. Also, the film stars: Grégory Fitoussi (World War Z), Javier Botet and David Gasman. Thriller fans can find the first trailer here. Story details mostly remain in mystery. However, the synopsis mentions an "apocalyptic era" and " [Juliet's] fight to survive." The trailer shows more of Juliet's struggles as she searches for gas and supplies. Events come to a head in the desert, with Juliet facing off against a monster. A few reviews are starting to come in for Hostile. Joseph Perry, of Scream Horror Mag, says of the
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Can You Solve The Riddler’s Riddle In Gotham Promo?

At night they come without being fetched and by day they are lost without being stolen. If you’re a lover of riddles then you should be able to think through the Riddler’s newest riddle in the Gotham promo for the upcoming season. If not then there’s always a way to look up the answer online, as with almost everything. But if you really want the fun of solving it then it’s time to get that brain pumping and use the ability to think around corners and over hills and past the boundaries of your comfort zone. Give up? Should I

Can You Solve The Riddler’s Riddle In Gotham Promo?
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Emmys 2017: 'The Handmaid's Tale,' 'SNL' Clean Up at Politically Charged Event

Emmys 2017: 'The Handmaid's Tale,' 'SNL' Clean Up at Politically Charged Event
The Handmaid's Tale, Saturday Night Live and Veep cleaned up at the 2017 Emmy Awards, befitting a three-hour ceremony that simmered with political outrage and proffered television as a haven for diversity, equality and opportunity – and perhaps an escape as well.

Host Stephen Colbert opened the show with a monologue packed with Trump burns, focusing specifically on the president's obsession with the Emmys and the fact that his long-running reality show, The Apprentice, never won. At the end of his speech, he introduced Trump's former Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, who rolled
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