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Harris Dickinson Goes to Hollywood

If you passed Harris Dickinson on the street you would never guess that so many people have seen him naked. He’s a fair-skinned, freckled young man, tall and sweet-faced with a gentleness about him that makes you want to talk to him. He obliges you with an awkward, but assured friendless that endears him to

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Flash Fiction Friday – “Lived” by James A Marin

Lived  by James A Marin art by Andrea Montano A veteran of both World Wars, Edwina Carlson still possessed a military bearing. Her godson knew the pain of terminal cancer was endured without complaint. “You abstain from pain management.” Immediately Tony felt the fool; the statement of concern sounded more like an accusation. A smile from

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This Week of Horror – October 22-28, 2016

This Week of Horror – October 22-28, 2016 Welcome back to The Ink & Code’s weekly round-up of all exciting things in the world of horror! Prepare to open your minds and open your wallets. 1) It’s a new Day of the Dead Johnathon Schaech is starring in the latest remake of Day of the Dead

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This Week of Horror – October 15-21, 2016

This Week of Horror – October 15-21, 2016 Welcome back to The Ink & Code’s weekly round-up of all exciting things in the world of horror! Prepare to open your minds and open your wallets. 1) Night of the Living Dead lives again! George Romero’s genre-defining Night of the Living Dead has been digitally restored by New

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‘Elle’ – A Fantastic Fest 2016 Review

Elle – A Fantastic Fest 2016 Review Challenging films often pay off in ways that you can expect. You go into a film thinking that the subject matter will be titillating, even shocking, and you walk out with a sense of relief in knowing that you got exactly what you bargained for. That is not

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‘Buster’s Mal Heart’ – A Fantastic Fest 2016 Review

Buster’s Mal Heart – A Fantastic Fest 2016 Review A mountain man evades authorities and survives the winter by breaking into empty houses. A fisherman is lost at sea, sending out letters in bottles with hopes they reach the shore. And a family man works night shifts at a hotel, living with his wife’s parents

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‘The Arrival’ – A Fantastic Fest 2016 Review

I’m just going to come out and say it right away: The Arrival is one of those movies that make me remember why I love going to the movies. That’s been said before about a lot of movies, each time valid for the writer. But these types of movies don’t come around very often, especially

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‘Safe Neighborhood’ – A Fantastic Fest 2016 Review

Safe Neighborhood – A Fantastic Fest 2016 Review   12-year old Luke (Levi Miller) is in love with his babysitter, Ashley (Oliva DeJonge). He holds out hope they can overcome the 5-year age gap between them, but time is running out because she’s set to move away in a few days. When his parents (played

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Salute Your Fantastic Fest Shorts!

Fantastic Fest 2016 Announces Short Film Programming No Fantastic Fest would be complete with some awesome short films showing at the festival. With just ten days left to go and the full feature line-up announced, the Alamo Drafthouse has announced their line: According the Alamo Drafthouse: Curated by veteran festival programmer Peter Kuplowsky, the 41 film lineup includes the

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BAM! SMACK! PUN! – The 60s Batman and Robin are Back!

Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar return for Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders If this year’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice wasn’t your jam, the fine folks at DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. have you covered. Entertainment Weekly just debuted an exclusive teaser trailer for the upcoming animated Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders,

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