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An Evening of Music and Art with ‘American Masters’

Emma Loggins 0

This post is sponsored by WNET; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own. I personally love documentaries, and I love movie nights – whether it’s with a big group of friends or even just with my fiancé, Doug. Documentaries always make for great conversation and when paired with wine and a nice meal – […]

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Forza Horizon 4: It’s Unbeatable

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Growing up I’ve always had the appreciation for speed and going fast in many of the greatest and even not so great racing games. It didn’t matter how good a racing game was as long as I could kick it into high gear and blaze through a course. Of course, I had a particular style […]


First Look at Halloween Horror Nights’ Slaughter Sinema

Mike Phalin

Earlier we took a look at the detailed Stranger Things maze, but today we’ve got the first pictures of a new original haunted house that will make its debut next week at Halloween Horror Nights: Slaughter Sinema. Showing love to the B-movie flicks of the decadent 1980s, this maze will allow attendees to venture through […]

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‘First Man’ Review: A Solid, Beautiful, and Rather Subdued Film

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Damien Chazelle and star Ryan Gosling have teamed up again for their latest film, the Georgia-filmed First Man, which releases in theaters today. First Man tells the iconic story of the first manned mission to the moon, with a focus on Neil Armstong’s life for roughly a decade leading up to the historic Apollo 11 […]

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‘The Kindergarten Teacher’ Review: Maggie Gyllenhaal Gives an Impeccable Performance

Mike Phalin

We open up on Lisa (Maggie Gyllenhaal) entering into a classroom. Lisa puts the shades in the windows up and turns on a fan in her kindergarten classroom. She sits at one of the small tables and takes a moment for herself. We next see Lisa looking at an aquarium while waiting on a ferry. […]