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Wolves In The Throne Room put the vicious black metal back into their eco-friendly sound

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Thrice Woven might be the most straightforward collection of ragers Wolves In The Throne Room have yet pulled from the misty wilderness of the Pacific Northwest. That’s a relative distinction, of course. Like most of black metal’s less traditional American practitioners—think divisive Brooklyn bands like Krallice and…

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- A.A. Dowd

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John Stamos, Weird Al, and Finn Wolfhard walk into a Willy Wonka tribute concert…

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Hot on the heels of bringing The Muppets back into the public consciousness with a recent live concert series, The Hollywood Bowl is set to give California-based nostalgics another hit of their drug of choice. Per Stereogum, the venue has just announced a new concert based on the 1971 kids’ classic Willy Wonka And The…

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- William Hughes

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Matt Damon to play doctor who claimed to cure impotence with goat testicles

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According to Birth.Movies.Death., Matt Damon has signed on to star in Charlatan, a movie about a man named John Romulus Brinkley who claimed to be a doctor in the early 1900s and ended up killing a number of people with his fraudulent—yet oddly crowd-pleasing—medical advice. As spoiled by the headline up there, his…

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- Sam Barsanti

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The Force gains, then loses insider access to an embattled police department

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Documentary filmmakers who tackle current events need to be open-minded and flexible, following the story wherever it leads them. Sometimes, this results in a movie that bears little resemblance to what the director imagined when shooting began. (Most famously, the harrowing sexual-abuse doc Capturing The Friedmans

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- Mike D'Angelo

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BoJack Horseman ends its fourth season on its most genuinely hopeful note

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After season three of BoJack Horseman concluded, Raphael Bob-Waksberg told Uproxx’s Alan Sepinwall that he felt the show had reached the end of one part of its story and it was time to move onto another one. “I am looking to move the story and character somewhat. I want each season to feel new and special. I don’t…

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- Les Chappell

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Andrew W.K. announces first new album in 8 years

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Earlier this year, Andrew W.K. announced his first full-band tour in five years, a return to his roots of partying and making music instead of partying and talking about partying. Now, W.K. has actually announced a new album, his first since 55 Cadillac and the Japan-exclusive Gundam Rock in 2009—eight years ago. This…

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- Sam Barsanti

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Thirst Street puts a smart stalker spin on  ’70s-style European erotica

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One of the more endearing quirks of 1970s European erotica is the persistent sense of danger. Adjust the lighting a bit, tweak the score just a few degrees from “dreamy” to “nightmarish,” and the typical French, Italian, Swedish, or Spanish skin flick from 40 years ago could just as easily pass as horror. After all,…

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- Noel Murray on Film, shared by Caitlin PenzeyMoog to The A.V. Club

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Will Veep’s Emmy streak extend into its final season?

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Veep is coming off an Outstanding Comedy Series Emmy victory for what’s arguably its weakest season. While the win wasn’t necessarily surprising, it was a bit of a disappointment for TV editor Erik Adams and assistant editor Gwen Ihnat. Emmy voters are creatures of habit and Veep was already coming off two consecutive…

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- Baraka Kaseko

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Five Foot Two gets surprisingly intimate with Lady Gaga

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Lady Gaga has constructed her own reality over the last decade, building a larger-than-life persona via elaborate costumes, gigantic stage shows, and an army of “little monsters” that found common ground, strangely, as outcast acolytes of one of the world’s biggest pop stars. She’s been a meat-dress-wearing fashion…

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- Josh Modell

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Morrissey launches pre-orders for new album, teases U.S. tour dates

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After briefly popping up on Twitter yesterday to tease a new song (or maybe just to embrace the inherent frivolity of social media with a nod to lazy days), Morrissey has jumped straight to promoting his upcoming full-length album Low In High School. The album, which will be Morrissey’s first since World Peace Is None…

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- Sam Barsanti

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Judi Dench is the best person to play young Judi Dench, says Judi Dench

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Dame Judi Dench is one of the most accomplished artists of her generation, with a 60-year career in film, television, and theater. She’s been nominated for seven Academy Awards and 26 BAFTAs, and was named a Dame Commander Of The Order Of The British Empire. Given her accomplishments, it’s completely possible that a…

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- Baraka Kaseko

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HBO renews The Deuce for a second season of Times Square grit

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Having been sufficiently reassured that it doesn’t have another Vinyl on its hands, HBO has renewed David Simon and George Pelacanos’ The Deuce for another season. That’s according to Variety, which also quotes co-creator Simon as saying with characteristic straightforwardness, “HBO is a serious outfit. And they don’t…

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- Katie Rife

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Here's everything that went into Arya and Brienne's sword duel

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Game Of Thrones is on hiatus for the time being, but HBO is keeping the battle for Westeros fresh in our helmets with behind-the-scenes footage of some of the last season’s best moments. One of those was undoubtedly the spontaneous sparring session between Arya and Brienne, two of the series’ most beloved badasses.

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- Randall Colburn

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Take a trip through cinematic history with these totally accurate titular movie lines

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The best movie lines resound through cinematic history. They sum up a character’s development, the purpose of a story, or make a scene instantly memorable. Some, by referring to their film’s title, encapsulate their movie in an instant. “Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown,” plays in the head of viewers every time the…

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- Reid McCarter

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Here's what's coming to (and going from) Hulu in October

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The big advantage to having Hulu, according to Hulu, is the ability to watch network programs the same week they air on dusty old TV (if they’re on Fox or ABC, anyway). That holds true for October, as the streaming service plays host to new seasons of Fresh Off The Boat, Black-ish, and Bob’s Burgers, as well as the…

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- Katie Rife

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The time has come for Silicon Valley to disrupt "bowls"

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Silicon Valley is out of control. Remember the Juicero? Christ, remember Smalt? HBO’s Silicon Valley has given us some relief by both satirizing this bullshit and actually giving us an app that can only identify hot dogs, but the weight of this stupidity can’t simply rest on Mike Judge’s shoulders alone, especially…

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- Randall Colburn

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Macklemore is at his least hateable on Gemini

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If Macklemore does something good, and no one is around to see it, did it even happen? The performatively woke Seattle rapper has expressed his support for same-sex marriage and Black Lives Matter via treacly, interminable pop-rap tracks. He apologized to Kendrick Lamar after winning a Grammy over him—“It’s weird and…

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- Clayton Purdom

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Game Of Thrones and The Lodgers’ Eugene Simon ranks his top 5 scariest movies

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Eugene Simon, better known to some as Lancel Lannister, has been up to a lot since the end of his character’s run on Game Of Thrones. He went on vacation, had a brief stint on National Geographic’s Genius, and now he’s starring in the upcoming Brian O’Malley horror film, The Lodgers. In the video above, we ask Simon…

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- Baraka Kaseko

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The Island Of Dr. Moreau screenwriter details what a "monster" Marlon Brando was on set

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The documentary Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey Of Richard Stanley’s Island Of Dr. Moreau chronicled the colossal clusterfuck that was the 1996 film adaptation of The Island Of Dr. Moreau. The film follows the bizarre process and eventual firing of director Richard Stanley, the douchebaggery of Val Kilmer, the militant…

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- Randall Colburn

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Read This: The history of the weird-ass Star Trek double-fist punch

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Say what you will about the new Star Trek: Discovery, but it does seem to at least have some competent production values going for it. Star Trek fans have, over the years, come to appreciate the reused sets, corny costumes, and most of all the hammy action scenes of people rocking back and forth amid intergalactic…

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- Clayton Purdom

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