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Criterion Collection: To Sleep with Anger | Blu-Ray Review

Interlopers have long been meddlesome disruptors in cinema and literature. From those whose presence is expected to those who are unpleasant surprises, their catalyzing arrival pervades the often-tranquil rhythms of nuclear dysfunction they’ve come to unsettle. Whether unpleasant mirror images of their hosts, murderous relatives or seductive strangers, hosting outsiders always has a detrimental tangible effect. And such is the case with the old friend who arrives in Charles Burnett’s masterful third feature, To Sleep with Anger, stirring up forgotten memories full of joy, shame and tragedy for a black South-Central Los Angeles family navigating several strands of familial discord.…
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10 Best Country, Americana Songs to Hear Now: Aaron Watson, I’m With Her

10 Best Country, Americana Songs to Hear Now: Aaron Watson, I’m With Her
Aaron Watson previews his new album Red Bandana with the lively “Kiss That Girl Goodbye,” folk supergroup I’m With Her return with “Call My Name” and Kassi Ashton brushes off an ex in this week’s list of must-hear songs.

Haley & Michaels, “Taking Off

Released four years after Shannon Haley and Ryan Michaels’ wedding, this hot-to-trot single finds the country duo returning to honeymoon levels of passion. Both singers take their own verses before harmonizing together during the chorus, whose rapid-fire rhythm mirrors the rush of a steamy make-out session.
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Alfred Hitchcock’s nearly perfect romantic spy thriller teams Cary Grant with Ingrid Bergman to yield just what audiences wanted in 1946, an adult drama with menacing political themes… and an unusually adult approach to a perverse sex relationship!



The Criterion Collection 137

1946 / B&W / 1:37 flat Academy / 101 min. / available through The Criterion Collection / Street Date January 15, 2018 / 39.95

Starring: Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains, Louis Calhern, Madame Konstantin, Reinhold Schunzel.

Cinematography: Ted Tetzlaff

Film Editor: Theron Warth

Original Music: Roy Webb

Written by Ben Hecht

Produced by Alfred Hitchcock, Barbara Keon

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Along with the best of Hollywood, Rko had a banner year in 1946, profiting from several films produced in conjunction with David O. Selznick, a super-agent who profited six ways to sundown by providing his personally contracted talent. Probably the best of the Selznick-owned Hitchcocks and still the most dramatically satisfying product of that producer-director arrangement,
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Happy Teresa Wright Centennial

The Oscar-winning actress of Mrs Miniver fame, was born 100 years ago on this very day in Harlem, where I'm typing this from. 

a lesser known distinction: she was Marlon Brando's very first romantic interest in a filmShe didn't consider herself a glamour girl, which could account for the sparcity of glamorous photoshoots compared to other 'it girls'. Wright's screen heyday was short-lived as many careers are when the success is so instantaneous and large. Still, it's hard to knock the girl next door beauty  for not being able to live up to her first two years in Hollywood. Her first three movies all brought her Oscar nominations. An Oscar winner by the age of 24 with batting a thousand record there was essentially nowhere to go but down. Still, before the inevitable fade of her career she managed two more all time classics, doing her best acting for Alfred Hitchcock
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Shudder Has More Horror Than Anyone Else

The horror streaming service Shudder ” is bringing Halloween to an unprecedented level this year with a killer lineup of seven original and exclusive films that starts with the breakout movie Revenge and culminates with the shocking slasher Summer Of 84,” said Shudder General Manager Craig Engler. “We’re also premiering the hit U.K. series True Horror, launching season 3 of Channel Zero and bringing back amazing classics like John Carpenter’s Halloween and a massive Hitchcock collection.”

The season begins with Shudder’s Vengeance Is Hers collection on September 10. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, and the femme fatales of these films are no exception. Headlining the collection is Revenge, a Shudder Original that delivers a razor-sharp feminist subversion of the revenge-thriller, available starting September 13.

Weekly new releases continue with Hell House LLC II: The Abaddon Hotel on September 20, Channel Zero: No-end House on September 27, Satan’S
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Shudder’s October 2018 Releases Include Summer Of 84, Satan’S Slaves, and Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

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Halloween may not be until October 31st, but the streaming service Shudder is already celebrating with weekly releases of a wide range of horror movies both old and new, and their upcoming October slate includes Summer of 84, Satan's Slaves, John Carpenter's Halloween, and Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

Press Release: "Shudder is all you need to get your fill of frights this Halloween season. With a new scary movie premiering every week, the leading premium streaming service for thriller, suspense, and horror kicks off the fun beginning September 10 and running through Halloween.

“We’re taking Halloween to an unprecedented level this year with a killer lineup of seven original and exclusive films that starts with the breakout movie Revenge and culminates with the shocking slasher Summer Of 84,” said Shudder General Manager Craig Engler. “We’re also premiering the hit U.K. series True Horror,
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9 of the Best 'Forensic Files' Episodes, Featuring Crime Tales That Can't Be Unseen

Over the course of 14 seasons, Forensic Files haunted viewers with hundreds of true crime and murder cases — all of which were narrated by Peter Thomas — but some were more memorable than others. From the killer who ripped out eyeballs to the rapist who implanted himself with another man's blood, here are nine of the best Forensic Files episodes… some of which you can find on Netflix! Forensic Files "See No Evil" In 1991, police investigated a series of grisly murders of Dallas-area sex workers. In each case, the victim had her eyes carved out. The media rabidly reported the crimes until the man known as the "Eyeball Killer" was finally apprehended. Forensic Files "Invisible Intruder" This case, soon to be revisited by the ABC docu-series The Last Defense, focused on Darlie Routier, a woman from Rowlett, TX, whose two young sons were stabbed to death in 1996. Even on death row, however,
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Watch Riverdale Online: Season 2 Episode 21

Who was killing the teens in Riverdale?

That was finally revealed on Riverdale Season 2 Episode 21 when the villain made one final kill before revealing the truth to Betty. 

Watch Riverdale Season 2 Episode 21 Online

Meanwhile, Archie and Jughead found themselves in the fight of their lives as the Ghoulies and another villain made a return to Riverdale. 

Also, Veronica and Penelope were forced to make a decision about whether Hiram was ruining the family name. 

Did they take action?

Use the video above to watch Riverdale online right here via TV Fanatic. 

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Get caught up with all the latest scheming right now. 
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Riverdale Round Table: Hiram's New Apprentice

Hiram refused Veronica's business deal to create a casino, The Black Hood ambushed the town debate and shot into the crowd, and Fangs was accused of Midge's death on Riverdale Season 2 Episode 20.

Below, TV Fanatics Jack Ori, Paul Dailly, and Justin Carreiro debate Hiram's manipulation of Reggie, Hal Cooper potentially being The Black Hood, and Cheryl's odds of survival against the serial killer.

1. Hermione and Hiram used Veronica to get close to the sons of crime families, but Hiram dismissed any deals Veronica sealed. Why was he quick to shut it all down?

Jack: I think Hiram was using Veronica to try to distract his enemies and see if hes could be used as bait to lure them into some sort of trap to sabotage their business. He never planned to do anything beyond pimp Veronica out, and definitely didn't expect her to rebel.

Paul: I agree with Jack. Veronica
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Riverdale Season 2 Episode 20 Review: “Chapter Thirty-Three: Shadow of a Doubt”

There’s plenty of silly moments to be found throughout “A Shadow of a Doubt,” from Veronica’s casino plan to the Black Hood’s miraculously escape after he opens fire during the mayoral debate, but that doesn’t stop it from being one of the best episodes of Riverdale Season 2. And what makes this week’s hour so enjoyable is two-fold. First and foremost, many of the show’s characters who have been making stupid decisions lately wise up and take a stand. Second, there’s a sense of urgency from the opening minutes to the final shot that has been sorely missing from Riverdale‘s second season.

Riverdale Season 2 Episode 20 Review: “Chapter Thirty-Three: Shadow of a Doubt
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Riverdale Season 2 Episode 20 Review – ‘Shadow of a Doubt’

Liam Hoofe reviews the twentieth episode of Riverdale season 2…

There were more twists and turns in Riverdale this week, as the net begins to close in on The Black Hood, and the town finds itself more divided than ever. The biggest mystery surrounding this year’s Riverdale has been the identity of The Black Hood. Fans have speculated for months over who the hooded murderer is and it looked as though we finally had our answer last week when Betty realised her father, Hal, had mysteriously disappeared at the same time as The Black Hood.

Well, this week’s episode soon set about throwing a spanner in the works. Firstly, Betty confided in Cheryl Blossom about her hunch, hoping that Cheryl would empathise with her after the events of season one. Sure enough, the two became a little investigating team and soon discovered a copy of Betty’s favourite Nancy
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Watch Riverdale Online: Season 2 Episode 20

Did Sheriff Minetta prove to be a hero or a villain?

That was revealed on Riverdale Season 2 Episode 20 when Hiram attempted to make a deal with the person, but was it too late?

Watch Riverdale Season 2 Episode 20 Online

Meanwhile, the mayoral race between Fred and Hermione continued to heat up, but did Hermione enter full villain territory. 

Also, Betty turned to Cheryl for help when she learned a shocking fact about the Black Hood. 

Use the video above to watch Riverdale online right here via TV Fanatic. 

View Slideshow: Riverdale Photos From "Chapter Thirty-Three: Shadow of a Doubt

Get caught up with all the latest twists and turns for the characters right now. 
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Riverdale Season 3: Who Got Promoted?

Riverdale is going to have a lot more of two characters in the fall. 

According to TV Insider, the hit CW drama has promoted both Vanessa Morgan and Charles Melton to series regulars ahead of Riverdale Season 3. 

Morgan plays Toni Topaz on the series and joined in a recurring role during Riverdale Season 2. Toni was initially introduced as a friend of Jughead Jones when he was getting to grips with the Southside Serpent way of life. 

However, the character crossed paths with Cheryl Blossom in the aftermath of the Southside High students being moved to Riverdale High, and the two are now in a relationship. 

In a recent episode, Toni was one of a number of characters who broke into an asylum Cheryl's mother put her in for conversion therapy. 

Related: The CW Renewals: The Flash, Riverdale, Dynasty & 7 More!

Morgan has also appeared in Finding Carter and The Shannara Chronicles.
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Riverdale Photo Preview: Debate Night

Election fever has hit the town of Riverdale! After weeks of campaigning, it's finally time for Fred Andrews and Hermione Lodge to have a mayoral debate on Riverdale Season 2 Episode 20.

Both candidates have very different platforms, especially when one of them is plotting to turn Southside High into a prison. They've tried to keep things civil for the most past; they have a shared past and they're doing it for their kids. But, tensions have sparked more recently between them.

Related: Get Comic Con HQ via Prime Video Channels to Stream Original Series, Past Comic-Con Panels & More!

With all their platforms and hidden agendas, their fate will be left up to the people with the real power: The voters.

Based on the preview photos below, Hermione and Fred are taking their cases to the people in their big debut. Will their debate will a respectful night or will mud be
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Watch Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Online: Season 7 Episode 7

Did Kirk manage to get his family back together before it was too late?

That was revealed on Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 7 Episode 7 when Rasheeda set clear boundaries for her former lover. 

Watch Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 7 Episode 7 Online

Meanwhile, Toko and Sierra plotted to take down Keely, but did the new adversary for them have a plan of her own?

Also, Stevie tried to steer Estelita back to the side of good, but he quickly realized there was something amiss with her. 

Use the video above to watch Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta online right here via TV Fanatic. 

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Get caught up with all the latest developments right now. 
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Trailer and images for Riverdale Season 2 Episode 20 – ‘Shadow of a Doubt’

The CW has released a trailer and batch of promo images for next week’s twentieth episode of Riverdale season 2, entitled ‘Shadow of a Doubt’; check them out here…

Debate Night — As the town’s mayoral race between Fred (Luke Perry) and Hermoine (Marisol Nichols) heats up, Hiram (Mark Consuelos) sets his sights on a new ally – Sheriff Minetta (guest star Henderson Wade). Betty (Lili Reinhart) turns to Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) for help when she has a suspicion about the Black Hood. Meanwhile, the reveal of a dark secret forces Archie (Kj Apa) and Jughead (Cole Sprouse) to try and ease tensions between the Bulldogs and Serpents. Finally, on the eve of the mayoral debate, a mysterious message leaves everyone on edge.

See Also: Follow all of our Riverdale coverage here

Riverdale season 2 airs on Wednesdays in the Us on The CW and on Thursday’s in The UK on Netflix.
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Danger Signal

Ah romance! A handsome stranger takes a room in your house, lets you feed him and doesn’t pay the rent — of course he’s the perfect man of your dreams. Excellent WB players Faye Emerson and Zachary Scott enliven an odd mix of moods in a tale of a murderous Bluebeard- boyfriend. Director Robert Florey’s thriller is half stylish spook show, and half romantic sitcom. With Dick Erdman, Rosemary DeCamp and perky Mona Freeman as the little sister who needs to be told, ‘Don’t you do what your big sister done.’

Danger Signal


The Warner Archive Collection

1945 / B&W / 1:37 flat Academy / 78 min. / Street Date March 6, 2018 / available through the WBshop / 21.99

Starring: Faye Emerson, Zachary Scott, Dick Erdman, Rosemary DeCamp, Bruce Bennett, Mona Freeman, John Ridgely, Mary Servoss, Joyce Compton, Virginia Sale, Robert Arthur.

Cinematography: James Wong Howe

Film Editor: Frank Magee

Original Music: Adolph Deutsch

Written by Adele Comandini,
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Picturehouse exec to join streaming service Mubi (exclusive)

Jon Barrenechea to join Mubi as vp marketing from March 5.

Source: Ionut Dobre

Jon Barrenechea

Jon Barrenechea, formerly deputy director of marketing at Picturehouse Cinemas, will join film art-house streaming service Mubi as vp of marketing on March 5, 2018.

In December 2017, Mubi struck its first multi-year, multi-territory studio deal, with NBCUniversal. The eleven territory deal includes films such as Lust, Caution, Being John Malkovich, Touch of Evil, Videodrome, Mall Rats and Hitchcock titles Vertigo, Rear Window, Rope, Frenzy and Shadow Of A Doubt.

The streaming service recently theatrically released titles such as Berlinale Golden Bear winner On Body & Soul from director Ildikó Enyedi and Silver Bear winner Félicité, both shortlisted for the Oscars Best Foreign Language Film category. It is also teaming up with Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn on a new Mubi ident.

Whilst at Picturehouse, Barrenechea opened Duke’s At Komedia in Brighton, and went on to become project development manager working across the build of new cinemas
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"The Alfred Hitchcock Collection" Blu-ray Set From Universal

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Universal has released a highly impressive Blu-ray set, "The Alfred Hitchcock Collection", on Blu-ray. The set contains fifteen special editions of the Master's top films as well as ten original episodes of "The Alfred Hitchcock Presents" television series. The set is packed with 15 hours of bonus extras and includes an illustrated, 58-page collector's booklet with extremely rare international poster art and film stills. Films included in the set are:

Psycho The Birds Vertigo Rear Window North by Northwest The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956 version) Marnie Saboteur Shadow of a Doubt Rope The Trouble with Harry Topaz Frenzy  Torn Curtain Family Plot


Holiday gifts like this don't get any more impressive (or sinister) for the movie lover in your life.

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Riverdale Ep Talks Season 2’s Horror Element As New Promo Emerges

When the first footage from Riverdale found its way online many moons ago, staunch Archie Comics purists scoffed at its darker, more subversive take on their beloved characters that have endured for three quarters of a century. But once the show actually premiered, some changed their tune, finding themselves hooked in by a compelling murder mystery that also introduced a new generation of fans to the town with pep.

So, even though Archie Andrews’ father was brutally shot in the closing moments of season 1’s finale, it’s starting to look like the show’s sophomore year won’t have the same kind of “whodunit?” motif. Rather, executive producer and showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa hinted at more of a horror/suspense direction to be taken this time around when recently speaking with Entertainment Weekly:

“One of my favorite movies is Shadow of a Doubt, which is an Alfred Hitchcock movie which
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