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                    [description] => Amidst plenty of controversy and a walk out at Netflix, Dave Chappelle has doubled down on his comments on the trans community made in his Netflix special, The Closer. In a new stand-up video, the comic has stated that he is willing to meet with transgender employees at Netflix ? or any member of the ... Read more
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Amidst plenty of controversy and a walk out at Netflix, Dave Chappelle has doubled down on his comments on the trans community made in his Netflix special, The Closer. In a new stand-up video, the comic has stated that he is willing to meet with transgender employees at Netflix ? or any member of the trans community, for that matter. Still, the controversial star has stated he?s not going to bend ?to anybody?s demands.?

In a five-minute clip posted to Instagram, Chappelle stuck to his guns about the special. In the past month since its release on Oct. 5, the special has gone under fire for transphobic and homophobic remarks that eventually led to a walkout at Netflix.

Chappelle?s response? ?I said what I said.?

?It?s been said in the press that I was invited to speak to the transgender employees of Netflix and I refused. That is not true ? if they had invited me I would have accepted it, although I am confused about what we would be speaking about,? Chappelle says in the video. ?I said what I said, and boy, I heard what you said. My God, how could I not? You said you want a safe working environment at Netflix. It seems like I?m the only one that can?t go to the office anymore.?

Chappelle blamed the controversy on ?corporate interests,? suggesting that some members of the LGBTQ+ community have been entirely supportive of him.

?I want everyone in this audience to know that even though the media frames it that it?s me versus that community, that is not what it is. Do not blame the LBGTQ [sic] community for any of this shit. This has nothing to do with them. It?s about corporate interests and what I can say and what I cannot say,? Chappelle says. ?For the record, and I need you to know this, everyone I know from that community has been loving and supporting, so I don?t know what all this nonsense is about.?

Speaking once again on cancel culture, Chappelle lamented the fact that his upcoming documentary has now been excluded from film festivals as a result of the Netflix controversy.

?This film that I made was invited to every film festival in the United States and some of those invitations I accepted. When this controversy came out about The Closer, they began disinviting me from these film festivals,? Chappelle claimed. ?And now, today, not a film company, not a movie studio, not a film festival, nobody will touch this film. Thank God for Ted Sarandos and Netflix, he?s the only one that didn?t cancel me yet.?

The comic finally said he was willing to talk with the transgender community ? albeit jokingly, with a handful of conditions they?d have to obey.

?To the transgender community, I am more than willing to give you an audience, but you will not summon me. I am not bending to anybody?s demands. And if you want to meet with me, I?d be more than willing to, but I have some conditions,? Chappelle said, jokingly. ?First of all, you cannot come if you have not watched my special from beginning to end. You must come to a place of my choosing at a time of my choosing, and thirdly, you must admit that Hannah Gadsby is not funny.?

The Gadsby claim comes after the comedian slammed Chappelle and Sarandos over The Closer after the latter name-dropped her in a memo about diversity in Netflix original programming.

?Hey Ted Sarandos! Just a quick note to let you know that I would prefer if you didn?t drag my name into your mess,? she wrote. ?Now I have to deal with even more of the hate and anger that Dave Chappelle?s fans like to unleash on me every time Dave gets 20 million dollars to process his stunted partial world view.?

Chappelle closed out his new video by asking his audience a simple question: ?Am I canceled or not?? We?ll have to see when his movie becomes available this November.

Stream Dave Chappelle: The Closer on Netflix

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) [summary] => Amidst plenty of controversy and a walk out at Netflix, Dave Chappelle has doubled down on his comments on the trans community made in his Netflix special, The Closer. In a new stand-up video, the comic has stated that he is willing to meet with transgender employees at Netflix ? or any member of the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Amidst plenty of controversy and a walk out at Netflix, Dave Chappelle has doubled down on his comments on the trans community made in his Netflix special, The Closer. In a new stand-up video, the comic has stated that he is willing to meet with transgender employees at Netflix ? or any member of the trans community, for that matter. Still, the controversial star has stated he?s not going to bend ?to anybody?s demands.?

In a five-minute clip posted to Instagram, Chappelle stuck to his guns about the special. In the past month since its release on Oct. 5, the special has gone under fire for transphobic and homophobic remarks that eventually led to a walkout at Netflix.

Chappelle?s response? ?I said what I said.?

?It?s been said in the press that I was invited to speak to the transgender employees of Netflix and I refused. That is not true ? if they had invited me I would have accepted it, although I am confused about what we would be speaking about,? Chappelle says in the video. ?I said what I said, and boy, I heard what you said. My God, how could I not? You said you want a safe working environment at Netflix. It seems like I?m the only one that can?t go to the office anymore.?

Chappelle blamed the controversy on ?corporate interests,? suggesting that some members of the LGBTQ+ community have been entirely supportive of him.

?I want everyone in this audience to know that even though the media frames it that it?s me versus that community, that is not what it is. Do not blame the LBGTQ [sic] community for any of this shit. This has nothing to do with them. It?s about corporate interests and what I can say and what I cannot say,? Chappelle says. ?For the record, and I need you to know this, everyone I know from that community has been loving and supporting, so I don?t know what all this nonsense is about.?

Speaking once again on cancel culture, Chappelle lamented the fact that his upcoming documentary has now been excluded from film festivals as a result of the Netflix controversy.

?This film that I made was invited to every film festival in the United States and some of those invitations I accepted. When this controversy came out about The Closer, they began disinviting me from these film festivals,? Chappelle claimed. ?And now, today, not a film company, not a movie studio, not a film festival, nobody will touch this film. Thank God for Ted Sarandos and Netflix, he?s the only one that didn?t cancel me yet.?

The comic finally said he was willing to talk with the transgender community ? albeit jokingly, with a handful of conditions they?d have to obey.

?To the transgender community, I am more than willing to give you an audience, but you will not summon me. I am not bending to anybody?s demands. And if you want to meet with me, I?d be more than willing to, but I have some conditions,? Chappelle said, jokingly. ?First of all, you cannot come if you have not watched my special from beginning to end. You must come to a place of my choosing at a time of my choosing, and thirdly, you must admit that Hannah Gadsby is not funny.?

The Gadsby claim comes after the comedian slammed Chappelle and Sarandos over The Closer after the latter name-dropped her in a memo about diversity in Netflix original programming.

?Hey Ted Sarandos! Just a quick note to let you know that I would prefer if you didn?t drag my name into your mess,? she wrote. ?Now I have to deal with even more of the hate and anger that Dave Chappelle?s fans like to unleash on me every time Dave gets 20 million dollars to process his stunted partial world view.?

Chappelle closed out his new video by asking his audience a simple question: ?Am I canceled or not?? We?ll have to see when his movie becomes available this November.

Stream Dave Chappelle: The Closer on Netflix

.

[date_timestamp] => 1635199900 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Dune?s HBO Max Release Plan Could Change After GvK?s Success [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/dunes-hbo-max-release-plan-could-change-after-gvks-success/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 21:58:57 +0000 [category] => Movie Production CompanieschangeDunesGvKsHBOMaxplanreleaseSuccess [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/dunes-hbo-max-release-plan-could-change-after-gvks-success/ [description] => Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures are still undecided as to whether or not the highly anticipated Dune adaptation will hit HBO Max or not. Dune could still play in theaters exclusively after all, with Warner Bros. and Legendary still undecided about the film’s release plan. The highly anticipated adaptation of Frank Herbert’s seminal sci-fi novel ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures are still undecided as to whether or not the highly anticipated Dune adaptation will hit HBO Max or not.

Dune could still play in theaters exclusively after all, with Warner Bros. and Legendary still undecided about the film’s release plan. The highly anticipated adaptation of Frank Herbert’s seminal sci-fi novel has faced a long road to theaters like most blockbusters that were originally slated to be released in 2020. Dune was originally scheduled to hit theaters on December 18 when WB made the last minute decision to push the film back to October 2, 2021, with the film zeroing in on The Batman‘s release date and pushing that film into 2022.

When Warner Bros. controversially announced that their entire 2021 slate would be hitting theaters and HBO Max, Dune was included in that list, but Legendary has pushed back against this with a potential lawsuit. So has director Denis Villeneuve, with both advocating for an exclusive theatrical release that could give Dune that best chance of launching what is potentially a massive franchise. Talk on the lawsuit front had died down in recent months, but it seems like both studios are still hard at work trying to figure out what to do with one of 2021’s biggest blockbusters.


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Deadline reports that Legendary and Warner Bros. are still unsure of whether or not Dune will go to HBO Max. Legendary is still negotiating for an exclusive theatrical release, but this has not stopped the streamer from promoting the film as part of their high-profile line-up.

Timothee Chalamet in Dune Movie Trailer

Legendary has another ace in their pocket with the recent box office performance of Godzilla vs Kong, the other franchise the studio produces alongside Warner Bros. That film broke records this week to become one of the highest grossing films since the onset of the pandemic and netted the biggest opening weekend of any studio film since March 2020. This will only serve to help Legendary in convincing Warner Bros. that Dune could perform well as an exclusive theatrical release, especially by the time October rolls around and even more vaccines have been given out.

Still, Godzilla vs Kong‘s performance also proves that a film can perform well at the box office while still being released on HBO Max. It will all depend on whether or not Warner Bros. wants to go that extra mile and push for as much box office impact as possible. With Dune only covering the first half of the original novel, Warner Bros. may want to release the film exclusively after all. The studio is also producing a spinoff series for HBO Max, Dune: The Sisterhood and with multiple books in the Dune series, there is huge potential for a years long franchise. Luckily for WB and Legendary, they still have a few months to decide.

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Source: Deadline

  • Dune (2021)Release date: Oct 22, 2021

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) [summary] => Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures are still undecided as to whether or not the highly anticipated Dune adaptation will hit HBO Max or not. Dune could still play in theaters exclusively after all, with Warner Bros. and Legendary still undecided about the film’s release plan. The highly anticipated adaptation of Frank Herbert’s seminal sci-fi novel ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures are still undecided as to whether or not the highly anticipated Dune adaptation will hit HBO Max or not.

Dune could still play in theaters exclusively after all, with Warner Bros. and Legendary still undecided about the film’s release plan. The highly anticipated adaptation of Frank Herbert’s seminal sci-fi novel has faced a long road to theaters like most blockbusters that were originally slated to be released in 2020. Dune was originally scheduled to hit theaters on December 18 when WB made the last minute decision to push the film back to October 2, 2021, with the film zeroing in on The Batman‘s release date and pushing that film into 2022.

When Warner Bros. controversially announced that their entire 2021 slate would be hitting theaters and HBO Max, Dune was included in that list, but Legendary has pushed back against this with a potential lawsuit. So has director Denis Villeneuve, with both advocating for an exclusive theatrical release that could give Dune that best chance of launching what is potentially a massive franchise. Talk on the lawsuit front had died down in recent months, but it seems like both studios are still hard at work trying to figure out what to do with one of 2021’s biggest blockbusters.


Related: SNL: Timothee Chalamet’s Secret HBO Max Movie Deal ‘Criticism’ Explained

Deadline reports that Legendary and Warner Bros. are still unsure of whether or not Dune will go to HBO Max. Legendary is still negotiating for an exclusive theatrical release, but this has not stopped the streamer from promoting the film as part of their high-profile line-up.

Timothee Chalamet in Dune Movie Trailer

Legendary has another ace in their pocket with the recent box office performance of Godzilla vs Kong, the other franchise the studio produces alongside Warner Bros. That film broke records this week to become one of the highest grossing films since the onset of the pandemic and netted the biggest opening weekend of any studio film since March 2020. This will only serve to help Legendary in convincing Warner Bros. that Dune could perform well as an exclusive theatrical release, especially by the time October rolls around and even more vaccines have been given out.

Still, Godzilla vs Kong‘s performance also proves that a film can perform well at the box office while still being released on HBO Max. It will all depend on whether or not Warner Bros. wants to go that extra mile and push for as much box office impact as possible. With Dune only covering the first half of the original novel, Warner Bros. may want to release the film exclusively after all. The studio is also producing a spinoff series for HBO Max, Dune: The Sisterhood and with multiple books in the Dune series, there is huge potential for a years long franchise. Luckily for WB and Legendary, they still have a few months to decide.

More: 2021 Can Save Smart Sci-Fi Movies (Like 2020 Was Supposed To)

Source: Deadline

  • Dune (2021)Release date: Oct 22, 2021

timothee chalamet dune the french dispatch 2021

This Weekend Proved Timothée Chalamet Is Box Office Gold


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[date_timestamp] => 1635199137 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => DreamWorks: The 5 Worst Movies Of The Last Decade [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/dreamworks-the-5-worst-movies-of-the-last-decade/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 21:57:42 +0000 [category] => Movie Production CompaniesdecadeDreamWorksmoviesworst [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/dreamworks-the-5-worst-movies-of-the-last-decade/ [description] => Dreamworks Animation has had a prodigious output in the past decade, releasing 20 films since 2011, to the tune of an average of two a year. As one of the major film studios rivaling Disney, Pixar, and Illumination, Dreamworks has had several releases in the past decade that have been well-received by audiences, critics, or ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Dreamworks Animation has had a prodigious output in the past decade, releasing 20 films since 2011, to the tune of an average of two a year. As one of the major film studios rivaling Disney, Pixar, and Illumination, Dreamworks has had several releases in the past decade that have been well-received by audiences, critics, or both.

RELATED: The 10 Worst-Rated Animated Movies Of All Time, According To Rotten Tomatoes

Not all of them can say the same, however. While there are success stories, like the second and third How to Train Your Dragon films, Trolls and Trolls World Tour, and Kung Fu Panda 2 and 3, not all films have achieved the same success. Several of their releases have failed to win over critics and, despite usually making money, not thrilled audiences either.


5 The Boss Baby Was Deemed Nonsensical

Alec Baldwin as the titular baby in the Boss Baby

Based on a 2010 book, The Boss Baby confused many when it was released in 2017, with the outlandish premise of a new arrival being welcomed to a family turning out to be a highly sophisticated secret agent waging a war on dogs for the affection of adults, despite also being a baby.

Much of the criticism was directed at the story, which was considered to be confusing at best, and nonsensical at worst. With its premise failing to support much of a story beyond a few jokes, and the film leaving it entirely unclear which bits of its story actually happened, and which were only in the mind of its young protagonist.

Some critics noted that the film had flashes of brilliance, such as certain scenes showing the exaggerated events of its protagonist’s perspective, only to be contrasted with the mundane reality. Its voice cast also received praise, particularly Alec Baldwin in the titular role. Nonetheless, critics and audiences were left disappointed by the film.

4 Home Underwhelmed Across The Board

Tip, Oh, and her mother from Home Dreamworks

Released in 2015, Home tells the story of a young girl named Tip trying to find her mother in the wake of an alien invasion of Earth and relocation of all humans, and Oh, one of the invading species known as ‘Boov,’ who is disliked by most of his species. The two attempt to find Tip’s mother, while also trying to stop a further invasion of Earth by ancient enemies of the Boov.

RELATED: 15 DreamWorks Animated Films We Wish Got Made (And 5 We’re Glad Didn’t)

The film was considered a milquetoast affair by most audiences and critics, not offensively bad or lacking in any glaring capacity. Instead, it is simply regarded as below-average in most regards, with an overcomplicated story, underbaked characters, and lacking anything to make it stand out from other animated films.

3 Turbo Wasted Its Unusual Premise

The titular snail with his racing modifications, from Turbo Dreamworks

Turbo features an outlandish scenario. In the film, a snail with dreams of becoming the fastest snail to ever live is sucked into the supercharger of a car, infusing him with nitrous oxide and granting him the ability of super-speed.  Some were intrigued by the originality of this premise, and eager to see what plot would come of it.

Critics, in their reviews, expressed disappointment that the result was an unimaginative and uninspired plot, noted for its predictability and generic nature. The film was noted for having enough humor to make itself watchable, but ultimately not enough to redeem it.

In addition, some accused it of stereotyped depictions of Mexican-Americans, with the film’s principal Mexican-American characters being workers at a taco restaurant, and both of whom drop out of focus as the film goes by. Some fans and critics found themselves disappointed by what could have been a good opportunity for representation.

2 Spirit Untamed Was Seen As Unnecessary

Milagro and Spirit in the Spirit Untamed Movie Dreamworks

A reboot of the Academy Award-nominated Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, Spirit Untamed initially earned interest due to its relationship to the earlier film. Both tell the story of a Mustang Stallion horse by the name of Spirit, although in wildly different circumstances.

Ultimately, the movie would fail to live up to the example set by its predecessor, with its story viewed as worse, and with many critics considering it to bring nothing new to the franchise, despite it receiving acknowledgment for its humor.

RELATED: The 10 Worst Movie Sequels Ever, According To Rotten Tomatoes

In particular, its animation was divisive, with some critics considering the film’s art style to be aesthetically pleasing, and others considering it to be one of the film’s bigger flaws, citing awkward models and poor backgrounds. The characters also received criticism, with some reviewers noting that the titular Spirit lacked much of what made him interesting in the original film, such as his curiosity, and his disdain for much of humanity.

1 The Boss Baby: Family Business Only Slightly Improves On Its Predecessor

Tina and Ted Jr. together in Boss Baby: Family Business Dreamworks

Despite lackluster reviews, The Boss Baby ultimately made enough at the box office to justify a sequel. Featuring the boys from the first film as grown-up men, the film follows Tim and his daughter Tina, who is herself a Boss Baby like Ted, as they go undercover as children to stop Dr. Ewdin Armstrong getting rid of all parents.

The plot was noted to be slightly more coherent than the first film, with less foray into fantasy and reality, despite its even more convoluted premise. Nonetheless, its pacing was considered an even bigger flaw than in the first film, and that the film clutches at straws trying to recreate the things people liked from the first film, severely weakening it.

Ultimately considered slightly better than the original, The Boss Baby: Family Business is nonetheless considered to be, at best, a diversion for children, and well below the quality the studio has shown they are able to reach with films like How To Train Your Dragon.

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) [summary] => Dreamworks Animation has had a prodigious output in the past decade, releasing 20 films since 2011, to the tune of an average of two a year. As one of the major film studios rivaling Disney, Pixar, and Illumination, Dreamworks has had several releases in the past decade that have been well-received by audiences, critics, or ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Dreamworks Animation has had a prodigious output in the past decade, releasing 20 films since 2011, to the tune of an average of two a year. As one of the major film studios rivaling Disney, Pixar, and Illumination, Dreamworks has had several releases in the past decade that have been well-received by audiences, critics, or both.

RELATED: The 10 Worst-Rated Animated Movies Of All Time, According To Rotten Tomatoes

Not all of them can say the same, however. While there are success stories, like the second and third How to Train Your Dragon films, Trolls and Trolls World Tour, and Kung Fu Panda 2 and 3, not all films have achieved the same success. Several of their releases have failed to win over critics and, despite usually making money, not thrilled audiences either.


5 The Boss Baby Was Deemed Nonsensical

Alec Baldwin as the titular baby in the Boss Baby

Based on a 2010 book, The Boss Baby confused many when it was released in 2017, with the outlandish premise of a new arrival being welcomed to a family turning out to be a highly sophisticated secret agent waging a war on dogs for the affection of adults, despite also being a baby.

Much of the criticism was directed at the story, which was considered to be confusing at best, and nonsensical at worst. With its premise failing to support much of a story beyond a few jokes, and the film leaving it entirely unclear which bits of its story actually happened, and which were only in the mind of its young protagonist.

Some critics noted that the film had flashes of brilliance, such as certain scenes showing the exaggerated events of its protagonist’s perspective, only to be contrasted with the mundane reality. Its voice cast also received praise, particularly Alec Baldwin in the titular role. Nonetheless, critics and audiences were left disappointed by the film.

4 Home Underwhelmed Across The Board

Tip, Oh, and her mother from Home Dreamworks

Released in 2015, Home tells the story of a young girl named Tip trying to find her mother in the wake of an alien invasion of Earth and relocation of all humans, and Oh, one of the invading species known as ‘Boov,’ who is disliked by most of his species. The two attempt to find Tip’s mother, while also trying to stop a further invasion of Earth by ancient enemies of the Boov.

RELATED: 15 DreamWorks Animated Films We Wish Got Made (And 5 We’re Glad Didn’t)

The film was considered a milquetoast affair by most audiences and critics, not offensively bad or lacking in any glaring capacity. Instead, it is simply regarded as below-average in most regards, with an overcomplicated story, underbaked characters, and lacking anything to make it stand out from other animated films.

3 Turbo Wasted Its Unusual Premise

The titular snail with his racing modifications, from Turbo Dreamworks

Turbo features an outlandish scenario. In the film, a snail with dreams of becoming the fastest snail to ever live is sucked into the supercharger of a car, infusing him with nitrous oxide and granting him the ability of super-speed.  Some were intrigued by the originality of this premise, and eager to see what plot would come of it.

Critics, in their reviews, expressed disappointment that the result was an unimaginative and uninspired plot, noted for its predictability and generic nature. The film was noted for having enough humor to make itself watchable, but ultimately not enough to redeem it.

In addition, some accused it of stereotyped depictions of Mexican-Americans, with the film’s principal Mexican-American characters being workers at a taco restaurant, and both of whom drop out of focus as the film goes by. Some fans and critics found themselves disappointed by what could have been a good opportunity for representation.

2 Spirit Untamed Was Seen As Unnecessary

Milagro and Spirit in the Spirit Untamed Movie Dreamworks

A reboot of the Academy Award-nominated Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, Spirit Untamed initially earned interest due to its relationship to the earlier film. Both tell the story of a Mustang Stallion horse by the name of Spirit, although in wildly different circumstances.

Ultimately, the movie would fail to live up to the example set by its predecessor, with its story viewed as worse, and with many critics considering it to bring nothing new to the franchise, despite it receiving acknowledgment for its humor.

RELATED: The 10 Worst Movie Sequels Ever, According To Rotten Tomatoes

In particular, its animation was divisive, with some critics considering the film’s art style to be aesthetically pleasing, and others considering it to be one of the film’s bigger flaws, citing awkward models and poor backgrounds. The characters also received criticism, with some reviewers noting that the titular Spirit lacked much of what made him interesting in the original film, such as his curiosity, and his disdain for much of humanity.

1 The Boss Baby: Family Business Only Slightly Improves On Its Predecessor

Tina and Ted Jr. together in Boss Baby: Family Business Dreamworks

Despite lackluster reviews, The Boss Baby ultimately made enough at the box office to justify a sequel. Featuring the boys from the first film as grown-up men, the film follows Tim and his daughter Tina, who is herself a Boss Baby like Ted, as they go undercover as children to stop Dr. Ewdin Armstrong getting rid of all parents.

The plot was noted to be slightly more coherent than the first film, with less foray into fantasy and reality, despite its even more convoluted premise. Nonetheless, its pacing was considered an even bigger flaw than in the first film, and that the film clutches at straws trying to recreate the things people liked from the first film, severely weakening it.

Ultimately considered slightly better than the original, The Boss Baby: Family Business is nonetheless considered to be, at best, a diversion for children, and well below the quality the studio has shown they are able to reach with films like How To Train Your Dragon.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635199062 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => 100 best horror movies of all time | Multimedia [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/100-best-horror-movies-of-all-time-multimedia/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 21:56:39 +0000 [category] => Scream AwayhorrormoviesMultimediathestackerTime [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/100-best-horror-movies-of-all-time-multimedia/ [description] => Horror stands alone as a form of cinematic entertainment. Like a shot of adrenaline, the best examples are often measured by their ability to stimulate the senses. Rarely will one find Oscar-worthy monologues or painstaking character development. Even basic logic can be hard to come by, as movies like ?Scream? point out. But that doesn?t ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Horror stands alone as a form of cinematic entertainment. Like a shot of adrenaline, the best examples are often measured by their ability to stimulate the senses. Rarely will one find Oscar-worthy monologues or painstaking character development. Even basic logic can be hard to come by, as movies like ?Scream? point out. But that doesn?t matter, because horror movies aren?t overly concerned with logic or rationale. To put it as plainly as possible: entertainment is the point.

Great horror also functions as a cathartic outlet, and a streamlined one at that. Tapping into deeply rooted fears and desires, the genre cultivates a whirlwind of primitive indulgence. Viewers can experience the thrill of running from a monster or just barely surviving through the night. Thanks to the iconic POV shot, one can even step into the killer?s shoes on occasion. If there?s a pretext, it?s that audiences leave their lofty ideals and moral judgments at home. With an open mind (and empty stomach), one can strap into their seat and take a proverbial roller coaster ride. It?s no wonder that the genre has such a dedicated fan base.

That?s not to say horror goes short on symbolism or social commentary. On the contrary, many of the best horror films are filled to the brim with metaphor and prescient subtext. Jordan Peele?s blockbuster ?Get Out? explores racism through the lens of historical hierarchies. The French film ?Raw? uses cannibalism as a metaphor for pubescent urges, while Norway?s ?Thelma? conjures psychokinetic power out of religious repression. Proto-slashers like ?Psycho? are chock full of mommy issues and even ?Halloween? retains a psychological edge.

Stacker compiled data on all horror movies to come up with a Stacker score, i.e., a weighted index split evenly between IMDb and Metacritic scores as of Oct. 8, 2021. To qualify, the film had to be listed as horror on IMDb, have a Metascore, and have at least 25,000 votes. Ties were broken by Metascore and further ties were broken by IMDb user rating. Because they don?t fall under the ?horror? banner on IMDb, classics such as ?Jaws,? ?The Silence of the Lambs,? and ?The Sixth Sense? didn?t make the list.

Every film that did make the list has been considered according to the cinematic history and development of horror. An exception was made on behalf of three essential horror movies, whose lack of a Metascore inaccurately reflects their place in film history: ?Nosferatu,? ?Diabolique,? and ?The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.? Each of these films has a Stacker score that reflects its respective IMDb user rating and has been ranked accordingly.

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) [summary] => Horror stands alone as a form of cinematic entertainment. Like a shot of adrenaline, the best examples are often measured by their ability to stimulate the senses. Rarely will one find Oscar-worthy monologues or painstaking character development. Even basic logic can be hard to come by, as movies like ?Scream? point out. But that doesn?t ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Horror stands alone as a form of cinematic entertainment. Like a shot of adrenaline, the best examples are often measured by their ability to stimulate the senses. Rarely will one find Oscar-worthy monologues or painstaking character development. Even basic logic can be hard to come by, as movies like ?Scream? point out. But that doesn?t matter, because horror movies aren?t overly concerned with logic or rationale. To put it as plainly as possible: entertainment is the point.

Great horror also functions as a cathartic outlet, and a streamlined one at that. Tapping into deeply rooted fears and desires, the genre cultivates a whirlwind of primitive indulgence. Viewers can experience the thrill of running from a monster or just barely surviving through the night. Thanks to the iconic POV shot, one can even step into the killer?s shoes on occasion. If there?s a pretext, it?s that audiences leave their lofty ideals and moral judgments at home. With an open mind (and empty stomach), one can strap into their seat and take a proverbial roller coaster ride. It?s no wonder that the genre has such a dedicated fan base.

That?s not to say horror goes short on symbolism or social commentary. On the contrary, many of the best horror films are filled to the brim with metaphor and prescient subtext. Jordan Peele?s blockbuster ?Get Out? explores racism through the lens of historical hierarchies. The French film ?Raw? uses cannibalism as a metaphor for pubescent urges, while Norway?s ?Thelma? conjures psychokinetic power out of religious repression. Proto-slashers like ?Psycho? are chock full of mommy issues and even ?Halloween? retains a psychological edge.

Stacker compiled data on all horror movies to come up with a Stacker score, i.e., a weighted index split evenly between IMDb and Metacritic scores as of Oct. 8, 2021. To qualify, the film had to be listed as horror on IMDb, have a Metascore, and have at least 25,000 votes. Ties were broken by Metascore and further ties were broken by IMDb user rating. Because they don?t fall under the ?horror? banner on IMDb, classics such as ?Jaws,? ?The Silence of the Lambs,? and ?The Sixth Sense? didn?t make the list.

Every film that did make the list has been considered according to the cinematic history and development of horror. An exception was made on behalf of three essential horror movies, whose lack of a Metascore inaccurately reflects their place in film history: ?Nosferatu,? ?Diabolique,? and ?The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.? Each of these films has a Stacker score that reflects its respective IMDb user rating and has been ranked accordingly.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635198999 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => The 10 villains who gave Bond the most, James Bond [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/the-10-villains-who-gave-bond-the-most-james-bond/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 21:36:57 +0000 [category] => Movie Production CompaniesBondGaveJamesVillains [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/the-10-villains-who-gave-bond-the-most-james-bond/ [description] => And we continue with the lists. May we not lack one with the 10 best villains who have stood up to 007. It is difficult to put them in order and each one will have their favorite. In any case, this list is subjective (like all lists) and if someone has a better one, put ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

And we continue with the lists. May we not lack one with the 10 best villains who have stood up to 007. It is difficult to put them in order and each one will have their favorite. In any case, this list is subjective (like all lists) and if someone has a better one, put it in the comments. Because they are dangerous, because of their charisma, because of the actor who played them and because yes, these are the 10 best, or at least the 10 that gave Bond the most.

10. Auric Goldfinger (Gert Fröbe en Goldfinger)

I can imagine the comments on Facebook: “I stopped reading as soon as I saw that he put Goldfinger in tenth place.” Yes, there is always a fan that turns us on and you don’t see how we laugh at him. Hey, at least I put it because I doubted between him and another who has been left out. Let’s be clear: he was the one who laid the true foundations of the franchise and that of covering the golden girls, although it is ugly, it looks very cool on screen but, really, Goldfinger is still a Texas millionaire with pretenses, a banker from three to a quarter that he doesn’t even want to take over the world but to get rich by irradiating Fort Knox with radioactivity. Auric, man, you were cool in your time but they’ve left you behind.

9. Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Telly Savalas en On her majesty’s secret service)

You had to put it. There was no other but it has had so many incarnations that it is difficult to stay with one. There will be those who prefer Christoph Waltz but it gives me the feeling that too many times it goes with the automatic pilot on. For that reason and because he murdered the only Mrs. Bond, the chosen one is the television Telly Savalas, who would help the only movie of George Lanzevy is considered one of the best in the series.

8. Viktor ?Renard? Zokas (Robert Carlyle en The world is never enough)

I don’t remember what Renard’s evil plan was but if the huge presence of Robert Carlyle every time it appeared on the screen. To this is added that he did not feel pain, that he was condemned to death and that everything did not matter to him. He is one of the darkest, sadistic and cruel villains in the entire saga and Carlyle, an actor like the top of a pine tree, had a lot to do with that.

7. Elliot Carver (Jonathan Pryce en The tomorrow Never Die)

We are facing one of the most modern villains of the entire saga. A telecommunications media mogul who has no qualms about manipulating the facts in his favor, even if millions of people die. However, the ship that he uses in his plan reminds us too much of the plan of one of his predecessors, so it fails in originality. Of course, we praise her good taste in terms of women but we do not forgive her mistreatment.

6. Francisco Scaramanga (Christopher Lee en The Man with the Golden Gun)

The film is no wonder but Scaramanga, the man with the golden gun and the three tits, is played by Christopher Lee and those are big words. We are facing another dark side of Bond, someone who could have dedicated his skills to the service of his country but who preferred to dedicate them to his own benefit (always in favor of selfishness and earning money at any cost). Only Scaramanga / Lee save The Man with the Golden Gun the shipwreck because putting Nick Nack in the suitcase is no longer funny.

5. Alec Trevelyan (Sean Bean en GoldenEye)

When did the good guy take the pleasure of dying in each movie? Sean Bean? Then when Pierce Brosnan he took it on his debut as Agent 007. Alec Trevelyan was the dark reverse of Bond, an Agent 00 who falls on the dark side and calls into question all that ?for England, James? that he exclaims at the beginning of the film. Accompanying Bean, we had Fanke Janssen As a psychopathic murderer with a taste for sadomaso. I still tremble at the scene where he wraps his legs around Bond and starts to moan.

4. Red Grant (Robert Shaw en From Russia with love)

Before you go shark hunting, Robert Shaw He had gone platinum blonde to play a villain who barely opens his mouth throughout the film but who, when he finally does, is fearsome. Not only because it alters the perception of being before a mute thug of those that are so abundant in the saga but because it is seen that he is a dismissed and implacable murderer who gives a real scare. Sean Connery narrowly escapes.

3. Max Zorin (Christopher Walken en Panorama to kill)

Billionaire, psychopath and the fruit of Nazi genetic experiments, Max Zorin was a real challenge for a Roger Moore that he was no longer for many trots. Throwing the house out the window, they booked a Christopher Walken that he had not yet become a parody of himself and that he kept intact his prestige for The hunter. On top of that he was with Grace Jones, although it is true that no matter how hard it was, I ended up succumbing to a Roger Moore who would not let one pass.

Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen en Casino Royale)

When to Mads Mikkelsen only four cats knew him, he was the one chosen to face Daniel Craig in his debut as Bond. At the beginning of the movie he didn’t seem like a big deal but he was the only one capable of touching Agent 007’s balls. Literally. Only that already puts him in a high position and if he is not the first it is because that position has been taken from him by who we least expected a priori.

1. Raoul Silva / Tiago Rodríguez (Javier Bardem in Skyfall)

If when Javier Bardem ate the tits of Penelope Cruz on Ham HamSomeone tells us, I don’t know what would have surprised us more: if they were married in the future or that Bardem, who at that time vocalized like all Spanish actors (that is, nothing) would be a James Bond villain. What’s more, it would be the best. His Raoul Silva, who shared with Red Grant and Max Zorin a taste for blonde dye, put Daniel Craig in serious trouble, reaching the point of almost getting his hands on him and ending an entire institution like Judi Dench. There he will remain as the best villain of the saga along with the best James Bond.

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) [summary] => And we continue with the lists. May we not lack one with the 10 best villains who have stood up to 007. It is difficult to put them in order and each one will have their favorite. In any case, this list is subjective (like all lists) and if someone has a better one, put ... Read more [atom_content] =>

And we continue with the lists. May we not lack one with the 10 best villains who have stood up to 007. It is difficult to put them in order and each one will have their favorite. In any case, this list is subjective (like all lists) and if someone has a better one, put it in the comments. Because they are dangerous, because of their charisma, because of the actor who played them and because yes, these are the 10 best, or at least the 10 that gave Bond the most.

10. Auric Goldfinger (Gert Fröbe en Goldfinger)

I can imagine the comments on Facebook: “I stopped reading as soon as I saw that he put Goldfinger in tenth place.” Yes, there is always a fan that turns us on and you don’t see how we laugh at him. Hey, at least I put it because I doubted between him and another who has been left out. Let’s be clear: he was the one who laid the true foundations of the franchise and that of covering the golden girls, although it is ugly, it looks very cool on screen but, really, Goldfinger is still a Texas millionaire with pretenses, a banker from three to a quarter that he doesn’t even want to take over the world but to get rich by irradiating Fort Knox with radioactivity. Auric, man, you were cool in your time but they’ve left you behind.

9. Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Telly Savalas en On her majesty’s secret service)

You had to put it. There was no other but it has had so many incarnations that it is difficult to stay with one. There will be those who prefer Christoph Waltz but it gives me the feeling that too many times it goes with the automatic pilot on. For that reason and because he murdered the only Mrs. Bond, the chosen one is the television Telly Savalas, who would help the only movie of George Lanzevy is considered one of the best in the series.

8. Viktor ?Renard? Zokas (Robert Carlyle en The world is never enough)

I don’t remember what Renard’s evil plan was but if the huge presence of Robert Carlyle every time it appeared on the screen. To this is added that he did not feel pain, that he was condemned to death and that everything did not matter to him. He is one of the darkest, sadistic and cruel villains in the entire saga and Carlyle, an actor like the top of a pine tree, had a lot to do with that.

7. Elliot Carver (Jonathan Pryce en The tomorrow Never Die)

We are facing one of the most modern villains of the entire saga. A telecommunications media mogul who has no qualms about manipulating the facts in his favor, even if millions of people die. However, the ship that he uses in his plan reminds us too much of the plan of one of his predecessors, so it fails in originality. Of course, we praise her good taste in terms of women but we do not forgive her mistreatment.

6. Francisco Scaramanga (Christopher Lee en The Man with the Golden Gun)

The film is no wonder but Scaramanga, the man with the golden gun and the three tits, is played by Christopher Lee and those are big words. We are facing another dark side of Bond, someone who could have dedicated his skills to the service of his country but who preferred to dedicate them to his own benefit (always in favor of selfishness and earning money at any cost). Only Scaramanga / Lee save The Man with the Golden Gun the shipwreck because putting Nick Nack in the suitcase is no longer funny.

5. Alec Trevelyan (Sean Bean en GoldenEye)

When did the good guy take the pleasure of dying in each movie? Sean Bean? Then when Pierce Brosnan he took it on his debut as Agent 007. Alec Trevelyan was the dark reverse of Bond, an Agent 00 who falls on the dark side and calls into question all that ?for England, James? that he exclaims at the beginning of the film. Accompanying Bean, we had Fanke Janssen As a psychopathic murderer with a taste for sadomaso. I still tremble at the scene where he wraps his legs around Bond and starts to moan.

4. Red Grant (Robert Shaw en From Russia with love)

Before you go shark hunting, Robert Shaw He had gone platinum blonde to play a villain who barely opens his mouth throughout the film but who, when he finally does, is fearsome. Not only because it alters the perception of being before a mute thug of those that are so abundant in the saga but because it is seen that he is a dismissed and implacable murderer who gives a real scare. Sean Connery narrowly escapes.

3. Max Zorin (Christopher Walken en Panorama to kill)

Billionaire, psychopath and the fruit of Nazi genetic experiments, Max Zorin was a real challenge for a Roger Moore that he was no longer for many trots. Throwing the house out the window, they booked a Christopher Walken that he had not yet become a parody of himself and that he kept intact his prestige for The hunter. On top of that he was with Grace Jones, although it is true that no matter how hard it was, I ended up succumbing to a Roger Moore who would not let one pass.

Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen en Casino Royale)

When to Mads Mikkelsen only four cats knew him, he was the one chosen to face Daniel Craig in his debut as Bond. At the beginning of the movie he didn’t seem like a big deal but he was the only one capable of touching Agent 007’s balls. Literally. Only that already puts him in a high position and if he is not the first it is because that position has been taken from him by who we least expected a priori.

1. Raoul Silva / Tiago Rodríguez (Javier Bardem in Skyfall)

If when Javier Bardem ate the tits of Penelope Cruz on Ham HamSomeone tells us, I don’t know what would have surprised us more: if they were married in the future or that Bardem, who at that time vocalized like all Spanish actors (that is, nothing) would be a James Bond villain. What’s more, it would be the best. His Raoul Silva, who shared with Red Grant and Max Zorin a taste for blonde dye, put Daniel Craig in serious trouble, reaching the point of almost getting his hands on him and ending an entire institution like Judi Dench. There he will remain as the best villain of the saga along with the best James Bond.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635197817 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Thus has Michael Douglas? Morgan ?died and risen? [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/thus-has-michael-douglas-morgan-died-and-risen/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 21:35:04 +0000 [category] => Movie Production CompaniesCars and motorcyclescars-and-motorcycles / carsdiedDouglasMichaelMorganrisenSports cars [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/thus-has-michael-douglas-morgan-died-and-risen/ [description] => Updated 01/05/2021 – 07:26 Lor usual, when someone receives a call from a Hollywood production company to buy the car, is that he will never see his beloved car ‘alive’ again. Watching it on the big screen, but it’s also easy to get their destruction immortalized with a spectacular crash, falling off a cliff or ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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01/05/2021

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Lor usual, when someone receives a call from a Hollywood production company to buy the car, is that he will never see his beloved car ‘alive’ again. Watching it on the big screen, but it’s also easy to get their destruction immortalized with a spectacular crash, falling off a cliff or a terrible explosion.

In the case of Morgan Plus 4 from War of the Rose (1989) the story is somewhat different. Oliver (Michael Douglas) In the film he drives a Morgan Plus 4 that his wife has given him Barbara (Kathleen Turner), a model with motor Triumph 2.2 and manual gearbox four-speed. Life seems to be going well for them, but after seventeen years of marriage and with the children away from home, she feels empty and asks for a divorce. AND the Morgan ends up paying the consequences …

For the film they were actually used three identical cars. One of them is the one that Kathleen Turner gave to Michael Douglas. Of course it was impeccable, although today you have lost track.

Another of the units did not know where it stopped but now it has just come to light, since he is going to auction itAuctomobile this May 9. It is a 1965 unit which was originally sold in green but was painted in two shades of brown for the film.

Someone who has had his hands on the wheel that he took before Michael Douglas ensures that the change is “a bit challenging”, that “it does not feel very comfortable” when the engine turns at low revs but “the propeller turns very pleasantly.” All this, of course, with the addition that the engine has been fully restored (it does not reach 3,000 km since it was updated), the car weighs less than 900 kg and driving so low and open sky enhances the sensations.

Auctomobile experts predict a sale price between 40,000 and 50,000 euros, which seems to us even low given the car and the cache (that is, the anecdotal fact of having been immortalized in a movie).

And you wonder what happened to him tercer Morgan Plus 4. To this, as they say, “it was the china”: he is the one who I suffered anger on my own that in the film Kathleen Turner feels for Michael Douglas. And this anger explodes when the actress drives an SUV GMC Jimmy and literally passes with the 4×4 over the British model.

This third classic car really crushed (If the car is very expensive, a replica is always destroyed) and the end of the traffic was notified by the members of the production company to the man from whom they bought the car. But apparently this unit had rotten chassis and it was in bad shape, as much as a coat of paint for the film gave it a look ‘healthy’, so he didn’t care too much.

For the scene in which the 4×4 crunches it, the Morgan first had to be fitted with wheels attached to the underside and some rales under the car, so that the displacement of the car was as expected.

And it was also necessary to build a small ramp ahead so that the off-roader would not have a hard time climbing on the hood of the British model.

The normal thing would have been for the car to go straight to the scrapyard, but look where find a buyer, such a Bill Caruso that he set out to restore it and in fact restored it by buying a new bodywork. Caruso put the Left hand drive, I painted it green and increase power engine, as he planned to compete with him in classic races. In fact, he came to compete with him, but a few days after seeing his illusion fulfilled he died. Paradoxes of life: the car, evicted at the time, had outlived its owner.

Now this unit is not for sale. A certain one keeps it like a treasure Wayne Carini, Family’s friend. And if you were trying to buy it for a movie, you probably want to know the end of the story first to make sure the car is still intact.

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) [summary] => Updated 01/05/2021 – 07:26 Lor usual, when someone receives a call from a Hollywood production company to buy the car, is that he will never see his beloved car ‘alive’ again. Watching it on the big screen, but it’s also easy to get their destruction immortalized with a spectacular crash, falling off a cliff or ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Updated

01/05/2021

07:26

Lor usual, when someone receives a call from a Hollywood production company to buy the car, is that he will never see his beloved car ‘alive’ again. Watching it on the big screen, but it’s also easy to get their destruction immortalized with a spectacular crash, falling off a cliff or a terrible explosion.

In the case of Morgan Plus 4 from War of the Rose (1989) the story is somewhat different. Oliver (Michael Douglas) In the film he drives a Morgan Plus 4 that his wife has given him Barbara (Kathleen Turner), a model with motor Triumph 2.2 and manual gearbox four-speed. Life seems to be going well for them, but after seventeen years of marriage and with the children away from home, she feels empty and asks for a divorce. AND the Morgan ends up paying the consequences …

For the film they were actually used three identical cars. One of them is the one that Kathleen Turner gave to Michael Douglas. Of course it was impeccable, although today you have lost track.

Another of the units did not know where it stopped but now it has just come to light, since he is going to auction itAuctomobile this May 9. It is a 1965 unit which was originally sold in green but was painted in two shades of brown for the film.

Someone who has had his hands on the wheel that he took before Michael Douglas ensures that the change is “a bit challenging”, that “it does not feel very comfortable” when the engine turns at low revs but “the propeller turns very pleasantly.” All this, of course, with the addition that the engine has been fully restored (it does not reach 3,000 km since it was updated), the car weighs less than 900 kg and driving so low and open sky enhances the sensations.

Auctomobile experts predict a sale price between 40,000 and 50,000 euros, which seems to us even low given the car and the cache (that is, the anecdotal fact of having been immortalized in a movie).

And you wonder what happened to him tercer Morgan Plus 4. To this, as they say, “it was the china”: he is the one who I suffered anger on my own that in the film Kathleen Turner feels for Michael Douglas. And this anger explodes when the actress drives an SUV GMC Jimmy and literally passes with the 4×4 over the British model.

This third classic car really crushed (If the car is very expensive, a replica is always destroyed) and the end of the traffic was notified by the members of the production company to the man from whom they bought the car. But apparently this unit had rotten chassis and it was in bad shape, as much as a coat of paint for the film gave it a look ‘healthy’, so he didn’t care too much.

For the scene in which the 4×4 crunches it, the Morgan first had to be fitted with wheels attached to the underside and some rales under the car, so that the displacement of the car was as expected.

And it was also necessary to build a small ramp ahead so that the off-roader would not have a hard time climbing on the hood of the British model.

The normal thing would have been for the car to go straight to the scrapyard, but look where find a buyer, such a Bill Caruso that he set out to restore it and in fact restored it by buying a new bodywork. Caruso put the Left hand drive, I painted it green and increase power engine, as he planned to compete with him in classic races. In fact, he came to compete with him, but a few days after seeing his illusion fulfilled he died. Paradoxes of life: the car, evicted at the time, had outlived its owner.

Now this unit is not for sale. A certain one keeps it like a treasure Wayne Carini, Family’s friend. And if you were trying to buy it for a movie, you probably want to know the end of the story first to make sure the car is still intact.

Subscribe to the BRAND Cars Newsletter and receive in your email, from Monday to Sunday and first thing in the morning, all the news about the automotive sector: tests, comparisons, videos, photos … The best cars in the world in your e-mail.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635197704 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => The movie ?Dreams of escape? turns 27, and Morgan Freeman celebrated its anniversary on Instagram [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/the-movie-dreams-of-escape-turns-27-and-morgan-freeman-celebrated-its-anniversary-on-instagram/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 21:29:57 +0000 [category] => Movie Production CompaniesAnniversarycelebratedDreamsEscapeFreemanINSTAGRAMMorganmorgan freemanmovieTurnsWho [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/the-movie-dreams-of-escape-turns-27-and-morgan-freeman-celebrated-its-anniversary-on-instagram/ [description] => Morgan Freeman, The acclaimed and beloved 84-year-old American actor, director, and storyteller commemorated the 27th anniversary of one of his most memorable roles in Dreams of Escape (Shawshank Redemption) Thursday. On Instagram, the actor shared some behind-the-scenes photos of the film and wrote: “It has been officially 27 years since Shawshank Redemption it was released ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Morgan Freeman, The acclaimed and beloved 84-year-old American actor, director, and storyteller commemorated the 27th anniversary of one of his most memorable roles in Dreams of Escape (Shawshank Redemption) Thursday.

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) [summary] => Morgan Freeman, The acclaimed and beloved 84-year-old American actor, director, and storyteller commemorated the 27th anniversary of one of his most memorable roles in Dreams of Escape (Shawshank Redemption) Thursday. On Instagram, the actor shared some behind-the-scenes photos of the film and wrote: “It has been officially 27 years since Shawshank Redemption it was released ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Morgan Freeman, The acclaimed and beloved 84-year-old American actor, director, and storyteller commemorated the 27th anniversary of one of his most memorable roles in Dreams of Escape (Shawshank Redemption) Thursday.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635197397 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => 12 Huge Stars in Their First Major Role vs. Now ? Best Life [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/12-huge-stars-in-their-first-major-role-vs-now-best-life/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 21:26:50 +0000 [category] => TrendinghugelifeMajorRoleStars [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/12-huge-stars-in-their-first-major-role-vs-now-best-life/ [description] => There are some celebrities who we all just accept are at the top of the A-list and who have held their place there for quite some time. (Think George Clooney and Jennifer Lopez.) But, it took some time for these actors to make it to that position, and there’s no better proof than taking a ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

There are some celebrities who we all just accept are at the top of the A-list and who have held their place there for quite some time. (Think George Clooney and Jennifer Lopez.) But, it took some time for these actors to make it to that position, and there’s no better proof than taking a look at the stars in their first major roles versus now. Their looks have changed since the time they started out, and so have their careers.

When it comes to the 12 big celebs below, some started out as child actors, some made a name for themselves in theater before transitioning to movies, and some worked their way up from small supporting parts to leading roles. But whatever path they took, it’s fascinating take a look back and see how it all began.

RELATED: 12 Actors Who Look Exactly Like the Real People They Played.

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Angelina Jolie ‘s first starring role was in the 1995 movie Hackers, about a group of teenage computer hackers who get involved in corporate crime. Jolie, who was 20 at the time, starred alongside her future husband, Jonny Lee Miller.

Angelina Jolie at a photocall for
Vittorio Zunino Celotto / Getty Images

Now 46, Jolie is one of the biggest celebrities around, known for both her acting roles and her directing. She won an Academy Award in 2000 for Best Supporting Actress for Girl, Interrupted and went on to star in movies including Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and Maleficent. In her latest movie, Eternals, she plays a Marvel superhero.

Halle Berry in
Paramount Pictures

After acting in some smaller parts in films including Strictly Business and Jungle Fever, Halle berry came to mainstream fame in the 1992 movie Boomerang (pictured). The romantic comedy is about a womanizing advertising executive played by Eddie Murphy; Berry plays his love interest.

Halle Berry at the Annual espnW: Women + Sports Summit in October 2021
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Berry went on to become the first?and currently only?Black woman to receive the Academy Award for Best Actress, which she won for Monster’s Ball in 2002. The A-lister, now 55, has also starred in movies including Die Another Day, X-Men, and Cloud Atlas.

Leonardo DiCaprio on
Warner Bros. Television Distribution

Leonardo Dicaprio started his acting career as a child, so his first major role came when he was a teenager and joined the cast of Growing Pains during its final season (pictured). Around the same time he also appeared in the movies This Boy’s Life alongside Robert De Niro and Ellen Barkin, and What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, for which he received his first Oscar nomination.

Leonardo DiCaprio at the 2020 Oscars
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As of today, 46-year-old DiCaprio has appeared in dozens of movies, including Catch Me If You Can, The Departed, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. After being nominated five times, he finally won an Oscar for Best Actor in 2016 for The Revenant.

Will Smith on
Warner Bros. Television Distribution

Will Smith was a rapper before he was an actor?he and DJ Jazzy Jeff even won the first Grammy award for Best Rap Performance in 1989?and his first big role combined both interests. After starting a music career under the name the Fresh Prince, Smith began starring on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air in 1990.

Will Smith at the premiere of
Silvia Elizabeth Pangaro / Shutterstock.com

After starring on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Smith, 53, became known as a blockbuster action star thanks to Independence Day and the Men in Black movies. He’s also taken on more dramatic roles in movies like But, The Pursuit of Happyness, and this year’s upcoming King Richard.

RELATED: The Worst Will Smith Movie of All Time, According to Critics.

Tom Hanks in
Buena Vista Distribution

Tom Hanks‘ first starring movie role was in the 1984 comedy Splash (pictured) about a man (Hanks), who falls in love with a woman who is actually a mermaid (Daryl Hannah). Around the same time, he also starred for two seasons on the TV series Bosom Buddies.

Tom Hanks speaking during the opening of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in September 2021
Rich Fury/Getty Images

As everyone knows, Hanks became one of the most successful actors of all time. The 65-year-old two-time Oscar-winner has appeared in romantic comedies (Sleepless in Seattle, You’ve Got Mail), dramas (Saving Private Ryan, Apollo 13), and even animated movies as the voice of Woody in the Toy Story franchise.

Jennifer Lopez in
Warner Bros.

Jennifer Lopez began her career as a professional dancer, appearing in music videos and touring with musical productions. She was also one of the Fly Girls dancers on the sketch comedy show In Living Color. After making the switch to acting and appearing in smaller parts in movies including My Family and Money Train, Lopez starred as singer Selena quintanilla in 1997’s Selena (pictured), majorly advancing her career.

Jennifer Lopez at the PSIFF Awards Gala in January 2020
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Now 52, Lopez went on to become a hugely popular actor, pop star, and celebrity. Acting roles after Selena include Out of Sight, The Wedding Planner, and Hustlers.

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Jodie Foster in
Columbia Pictures

Another actor who began their career as a child star is Jodie Foster. Her first big role came in 1976 when she appeared in Martin Scorsese‘s Taxi Driver alongside De Niro. The role was controversial since Foster was cast when she was only 12 and played a child being sex trafficked. For the part, Foster was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress.

Jodie Foster at the L.A. Dance Project Annual Gala on October 16, 2021
Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic via Getty Images

The two-time Oscar-winner’s career marched steadily on. Foster, now 58, is known for starring in Nell, The Silence of the Lambs, Contact, and many more. She also became a director, with projects including the 2016 George Clooney and Julia Roberts movie Money Monster.

George Clooney in
Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution

Speaking of Clooney, after appearing in many smaller TV parts, he rose to fame playing Dr. Doug Ross on the long-running medical drama IS in 1994 (pictured). Clooney stayed on the series until 1999, during which time he also appeared in the movies Out of Sight and Batman & Robin.

George Clooney at the premiere of
Samir Hussein/WireImage via Getty Images

Some of Clooney’s big roles in the years since IS include the Ocean’s 11 series, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, and Syriana, for which he won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. Now 60, he’s also directed Good Night, and Good Luck, The Ides of March, and more.

Whoopi Goldberg in
Warner Bros. Pictues

Whoopi Goldberg‘s career has taken her from the stage to movies to sitting behind the table at The View. Her first major film role came into her life in 1985 when she appeared as Celie in the adaptation of The Color Purple.

Whoopi Goldberg at the 2021 Met Gala
Sean Zanni/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images

Now 65, Goldberg is an EGOT winner?meaning she’s won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Award. Some of her big projects include Ghost?for which she won her Oscar?and the Sister Act movies. She’s currently the moderator on the talk show The View.

Meryl Streep and Robert De Niro on the set of
Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images

Meryl Streep began her career as a theater actor, and her big breakthrough roles on screen both came in 1978 when she appeared in the miniseries Holocaust and the movie The Deer Hunter (pictured)?she won an Emmy for the former and was nominated for an Oscar for the latter.

Meryl Streep at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2019
Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for TIFF

At 72, Streep is considered one of the best actors of all time. Some of her many movies include Out of Africa, The Hours, and The Devil Wears Prada. For Kramer vs. Kramer, Sophie’s Choice, and The Iron Lady she won three Oscars out of a whopping?and record?21 nominations.

Denzel Washington on
20th Television

Like some of the other actors listed here, Denzel Washington made the transition from being a theater actor to a screen star. His first major TV role was Dr. Philip Chandler on the medical series St. Elsewhere in the 1980s.

Denzel Washington at the New York Film Festival in September 2021
Jim Spellman/Getty Images

In the few years that followed St. Elsewhere, Washington, now 66, appeared in Glory?for which he won his first Oscar?Malcolm X, and Philadelphia. As his career has gone on, some of his other hits have included Training Day?for which he won his second Oscar?American Gangster, and Fences, which he also directed.

Brad Pitt in
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Brad Pitt‘s big breakthrough role was playing a hitchhiker in Thelma & Louise in 1991 (pictured). His movie and TV career started a few years earlier with appearances on Dallas, 21 Jump Street, and Growing Pains.

Brad Pitt at the Oscars in April 2021
Chris Pizzello-Pool/Getty Images

Like many of the stars on this list, Pitt, now 57, ended up landing an Oscar. He won the award for Best Supporting Actor in 2020 for his role in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Some of Pitt’s many other major films include Fight Club, the Ocean’s 11 movies, and Mr. and Mrs. Smith.

RELATED: 13 Celebrities You Had No Idea Were Related.

) [summary] => There are some celebrities who we all just accept are at the top of the A-list and who have held their place there for quite some time. (Think George Clooney and Jennifer Lopez.) But, it took some time for these actors to make it to that position, and there’s no better proof than taking a ... Read more [atom_content] =>

There are some celebrities who we all just accept are at the top of the A-list and who have held their place there for quite some time. (Think George Clooney and Jennifer Lopez.) But, it took some time for these actors to make it to that position, and there’s no better proof than taking a look at the stars in their first major roles versus now. Their looks have changed since the time they started out, and so have their careers.

When it comes to the 12 big celebs below, some started out as child actors, some made a name for themselves in theater before transitioning to movies, and some worked their way up from small supporting parts to leading roles. But whatever path they took, it’s fascinating take a look back and see how it all began.

RELATED: 12 Actors Who Look Exactly Like the Real People They Played.

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Angelina Jolie ‘s first starring role was in the 1995 movie Hackers, about a group of teenage computer hackers who get involved in corporate crime. Jolie, who was 20 at the time, starred alongside her future husband, Jonny Lee Miller.

Angelina Jolie at a photocall for
Vittorio Zunino Celotto / Getty Images

Now 46, Jolie is one of the biggest celebrities around, known for both her acting roles and her directing. She won an Academy Award in 2000 for Best Supporting Actress for Girl, Interrupted and went on to star in movies including Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and Maleficent. In her latest movie, Eternals, she plays a Marvel superhero.

Halle Berry in
Paramount Pictures

After acting in some smaller parts in films including Strictly Business and Jungle Fever, Halle berry came to mainstream fame in the 1992 movie Boomerang (pictured). The romantic comedy is about a womanizing advertising executive played by Eddie Murphy; Berry plays his love interest.

Halle Berry at the Annual espnW: Women + Sports Summit in October 2021
Leon Bennett/Getty Images

Berry went on to become the first?and currently only?Black woman to receive the Academy Award for Best Actress, which she won for Monster’s Ball in 2002. The A-lister, now 55, has also starred in movies including Die Another Day, X-Men, and Cloud Atlas.

Leonardo DiCaprio on
Warner Bros. Television Distribution

Leonardo Dicaprio started his acting career as a child, so his first major role came when he was a teenager and joined the cast of Growing Pains during its final season (pictured). Around the same time he also appeared in the movies This Boy’s Life alongside Robert De Niro and Ellen Barkin, and What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, for which he received his first Oscar nomination.

Leonardo DiCaprio at the 2020 Oscars
Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic via Getty Images

As of today, 46-year-old DiCaprio has appeared in dozens of movies, including Catch Me If You Can, The Departed, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. After being nominated five times, he finally won an Oscar for Best Actor in 2016 for The Revenant.

Will Smith on
Warner Bros. Television Distribution

Will Smith was a rapper before he was an actor?he and DJ Jazzy Jeff even won the first Grammy award for Best Rap Performance in 1989?and his first big role combined both interests. After starting a music career under the name the Fresh Prince, Smith began starring on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air in 1990.

Will Smith at the premiere of
Silvia Elizabeth Pangaro / Shutterstock.com

After starring on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Smith, 53, became known as a blockbuster action star thanks to Independence Day and the Men in Black movies. He’s also taken on more dramatic roles in movies like But, The Pursuit of Happyness, and this year’s upcoming King Richard.

RELATED: The Worst Will Smith Movie of All Time, According to Critics.

Tom Hanks in
Buena Vista Distribution

Tom Hanks‘ first starring movie role was in the 1984 comedy Splash (pictured) about a man (Hanks), who falls in love with a woman who is actually a mermaid (Daryl Hannah). Around the same time, he also starred for two seasons on the TV series Bosom Buddies.

Tom Hanks speaking during the opening of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in September 2021
Rich Fury/Getty Images

As everyone knows, Hanks became one of the most successful actors of all time. The 65-year-old two-time Oscar-winner has appeared in romantic comedies (Sleepless in Seattle, You’ve Got Mail), dramas (Saving Private Ryan, Apollo 13), and even animated movies as the voice of Woody in the Toy Story franchise.

Jennifer Lopez in
Warner Bros.

Jennifer Lopez began her career as a professional dancer, appearing in music videos and touring with musical productions. She was also one of the Fly Girls dancers on the sketch comedy show In Living Color. After making the switch to acting and appearing in smaller parts in movies including My Family and Money Train, Lopez starred as singer Selena quintanilla in 1997’s Selena (pictured), majorly advancing her career.

Jennifer Lopez at the PSIFF Awards Gala in January 2020
DFree / Shutterstock.com

Now 52, Lopez went on to become a hugely popular actor, pop star, and celebrity. Acting roles after Selena include Out of Sight, The Wedding Planner, and Hustlers.

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Jodie Foster in
Columbia Pictures

Another actor who began their career as a child star is Jodie Foster. Her first big role came in 1976 when she appeared in Martin Scorsese‘s Taxi Driver alongside De Niro. The role was controversial since Foster was cast when she was only 12 and played a child being sex trafficked. For the part, Foster was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress.

Jodie Foster at the L.A. Dance Project Annual Gala on October 16, 2021
Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic via Getty Images

The two-time Oscar-winner’s career marched steadily on. Foster, now 58, is known for starring in Nell, The Silence of the Lambs, Contact, and many more. She also became a director, with projects including the 2016 George Clooney and Julia Roberts movie Money Monster.

George Clooney in
Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution

Speaking of Clooney, after appearing in many smaller TV parts, he rose to fame playing Dr. Doug Ross on the long-running medical drama IS in 1994 (pictured). Clooney stayed on the series until 1999, during which time he also appeared in the movies Out of Sight and Batman & Robin.

George Clooney at the premiere of
Samir Hussein/WireImage via Getty Images

Some of Clooney’s big roles in the years since IS include the Ocean’s 11 series, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, and Syriana, for which he won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. Now 60, he’s also directed Good Night, and Good Luck, The Ides of March, and more.

Whoopi Goldberg in
Warner Bros. Pictues

Whoopi Goldberg‘s career has taken her from the stage to movies to sitting behind the table at The View. Her first major film role came into her life in 1985 when she appeared as Celie in the adaptation of The Color Purple.

Whoopi Goldberg at the 2021 Met Gala
Sean Zanni/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images

Now 65, Goldberg is an EGOT winner?meaning she’s won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Award. Some of her big projects include Ghost?for which she won her Oscar?and the Sister Act movies. She’s currently the moderator on the talk show The View.

Meryl Streep and Robert De Niro on the set of
Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images

Meryl Streep began her career as a theater actor, and her big breakthrough roles on screen both came in 1978 when she appeared in the miniseries Holocaust and the movie The Deer Hunter (pictured)?she won an Emmy for the former and was nominated for an Oscar for the latter.

Meryl Streep at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2019
Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for TIFF

At 72, Streep is considered one of the best actors of all time. Some of her many movies include Out of Africa, The Hours, and The Devil Wears Prada. For Kramer vs. Kramer, Sophie’s Choice, and The Iron Lady she won three Oscars out of a whopping?and record?21 nominations.

Denzel Washington on
20th Television

Like some of the other actors listed here, Denzel Washington made the transition from being a theater actor to a screen star. His first major TV role was Dr. Philip Chandler on the medical series St. Elsewhere in the 1980s.

Denzel Washington at the New York Film Festival in September 2021
Jim Spellman/Getty Images

In the few years that followed St. Elsewhere, Washington, now 66, appeared in Glory?for which he won his first Oscar?Malcolm X, and Philadelphia. As his career has gone on, some of his other hits have included Training Day?for which he won his second Oscar?American Gangster, and Fences, which he also directed.

Brad Pitt in
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Brad Pitt‘s big breakthrough role was playing a hitchhiker in Thelma & Louise in 1991 (pictured). His movie and TV career started a few years earlier with appearances on Dallas, 21 Jump Street, and Growing Pains.

Brad Pitt at the Oscars in April 2021
Chris Pizzello-Pool/Getty Images

Like many of the stars on this list, Pitt, now 57, ended up landing an Oscar. He won the award for Best Supporting Actor in 2020 for his role in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Some of Pitt’s many other major films include Fight Club, the Ocean’s 11 movies, and Mr. and Mrs. Smith.

RELATED: 13 Celebrities You Had No Idea Were Related.

[date_timestamp] => 1635197210 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Halaloween brings Muslim horror films to your computer screen [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/halaloween-brings-muslim-horror-films-to-your-computer-screen/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 21:25:42 +0000 [category] => Scream AwaybringsComputerFilmsHalaloweenhorrorMuslimscreen [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/halaloween-brings-muslim-horror-films-to-your-computer-screen/ [description] => (RNS) ? Like all the good movies in its genre, Halaloween, the Muslim horror film festival, is back with a sequel ? and this year, it?s free to stream online. RELATED: In ?Midnight Mass,? there is ungodly horror and there are puritanical Christians The film festival, hosted by the Global Islamic Studies Center at the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

(RNS) ? Like all the good movies in its genre, Halaloween, the Muslim horror film festival, is back with a sequel ? and this year, it?s free to stream online.


RELATED: In ?Midnight Mass,? there is ungodly horror and there are puritanical Christians


The film festival, hosted by the Global Islamic Studies Center at the University of Michigan, got its start in 2019 when the university?s chair of Middle East studies, Karla Mallette, then-director of the GISC, wondered if the horror genre even existed in the Muslim world. Are filmmakers in predominantly Muslim countries making horror films? What do Muslims even think about horror films?

As it turns out, the genre does exist, and its films are as varied as the cultures that produce them, according to Aliyah Khan, who now directs the GISC.

There are Turkish slasher movies and Iranian vampire films. There are movies about jinn possession from Indonesia and Malaysia and movies dealing with the supernatural from Morocco.

There aren?t many zombie movies ? although festival organizers found one from Malaysia this year ? perhaps because American zombie films grow out of perceptions of Vodou, said Khan, and ideas about ?the living dead and the undead don?t strike Muslims as particularly Muslim or Islamic.?

?It?s really interesting just to think about what each part of the world thinks is important or thinks qualifies as horror,? she said.

Image courtesy of University of Michigan

The festival packed out the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor its first year, according to the GISC director.

This month, after a yearlong hiatus through the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Halaloween is back, co-sponsored not only by a number of departments at the University of Michigan, but also by the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, and horror streaming platform Shudder.

The festival features a new movie available to stream online every Friday ? a total of five movies through the month of October. Each comes from a predominantly Muslim country, is made by a Muslim director or is about Muslim themes or set in Muslim societies. And religion appears in various ways, Khan said.

The films aren?t all super scary or gory ? there are films for varying comfort levels, and the festival has a Halaloween horror scale, indicating the movie?s scare factor.

Last week?s film, ?Kandisha,? was an ?unsettling and moody, slow burn revenge drama? made in Morocco in 2008 that rated a 1 out of 5 on Halaloween?s horror rating scale, according to its description on the University of Michigan event calendar.

The current movie, ?Madayen,? also scores a 1/5 for horror. The 2016 Saudi film is described as a ?road trip buddy movie meets found footage horror.?

The festival will wrap up with Indonesia?s 2019 film ?Impetigore? and a live panel discussion on Oct. 28 about Muslim horror and the use of Islam and the Quran in film. Panelists will also discuss how, around the world, what constitutes horror varies from culture to culture.

Marissa Anita appears in "Impetigore" by Joko Anwar.  Photo by Ical Tanjung/Base Entertainment

Marissa Anita appears in ?Impetigore? by Joko Anwar. Photo by Ical Tanjung/Base Entertainment

It?s not just that the movies are fun or that college students love horror films, Khan said.

The films also offer a glimpse into a number of social, religious and cultural issues facing Muslim societies all over the world. Non-Muslims get a window into the breadth of Muslim experience, and Muslims get to see what Islam and Muslim life look like outside of the United States, according to the GISC director.

And, she said, ?like all horror movies, they?re all about how, no matter how scary and bloody and horrible supernatural or otherworldly things are, the worst things that can happen to you are what your fellow man is doing to you.?


RELATED: Families of different faiths swap houses, lives in Ava DuVernay?s ?Home Sweet Home?


) [summary] => (RNS) ? Like all the good movies in its genre, Halaloween, the Muslim horror film festival, is back with a sequel ? and this year, it?s free to stream online. RELATED: In ?Midnight Mass,? there is ungodly horror and there are puritanical Christians The film festival, hosted by the Global Islamic Studies Center at the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

(RNS) ? Like all the good movies in its genre, Halaloween, the Muslim horror film festival, is back with a sequel ? and this year, it?s free to stream online.


RELATED: In ?Midnight Mass,? there is ungodly horror and there are puritanical Christians


The film festival, hosted by the Global Islamic Studies Center at the University of Michigan, got its start in 2019 when the university?s chair of Middle East studies, Karla Mallette, then-director of the GISC, wondered if the horror genre even existed in the Muslim world. Are filmmakers in predominantly Muslim countries making horror films? What do Muslims even think about horror films?

As it turns out, the genre does exist, and its films are as varied as the cultures that produce them, according to Aliyah Khan, who now directs the GISC.

There are Turkish slasher movies and Iranian vampire films. There are movies about jinn possession from Indonesia and Malaysia and movies dealing with the supernatural from Morocco.

There aren?t many zombie movies ? although festival organizers found one from Malaysia this year ? perhaps because American zombie films grow out of perceptions of Vodou, said Khan, and ideas about ?the living dead and the undead don?t strike Muslims as particularly Muslim or Islamic.?

?It?s really interesting just to think about what each part of the world thinks is important or thinks qualifies as horror,? she said.

Image courtesy of University of Michigan

The festival packed out the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor its first year, according to the GISC director.

This month, after a yearlong hiatus through the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Halaloween is back, co-sponsored not only by a number of departments at the University of Michigan, but also by the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, and horror streaming platform Shudder.

The festival features a new movie available to stream online every Friday ? a total of five movies through the month of October. Each comes from a predominantly Muslim country, is made by a Muslim director or is about Muslim themes or set in Muslim societies. And religion appears in various ways, Khan said.

The films aren?t all super scary or gory ? there are films for varying comfort levels, and the festival has a Halaloween horror scale, indicating the movie?s scare factor.

Last week?s film, ?Kandisha,? was an ?unsettling and moody, slow burn revenge drama? made in Morocco in 2008 that rated a 1 out of 5 on Halaloween?s horror rating scale, according to its description on the University of Michigan event calendar.

The current movie, ?Madayen,? also scores a 1/5 for horror. The 2016 Saudi film is described as a ?road trip buddy movie meets found footage horror.?

The festival will wrap up with Indonesia?s 2019 film ?Impetigore? and a live panel discussion on Oct. 28 about Muslim horror and the use of Islam and the Quran in film. Panelists will also discuss how, around the world, what constitutes horror varies from culture to culture.

Marissa Anita appears in "Impetigore" by Joko Anwar.  Photo by Ical Tanjung/Base Entertainment

Marissa Anita appears in ?Impetigore? by Joko Anwar. Photo by Ical Tanjung/Base Entertainment

It?s not just that the movies are fun or that college students love horror films, Khan said.

The films also offer a glimpse into a number of social, religious and cultural issues facing Muslim societies all over the world. Non-Muslims get a window into the breadth of Muslim experience, and Muslims get to see what Islam and Muslim life look like outside of the United States, according to the GISC director.

And, she said, ?like all horror movies, they?re all about how, no matter how scary and bloody and horrible supernatural or otherworldly things are, the worst things that can happen to you are what your fellow man is doing to you.?


RELATED: Families of different faiths swap houses, lives in Ava DuVernay?s ?Home Sweet Home?


[date_timestamp] => 1635197142 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Carlow Nationalist ? Exhibitions give an insight into life during the pandemic [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/carlow-nationalist-exhibitions-give-an-insight-into-life-during-the-pandemic/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Mon, 25 Oct 2021 21:22:03 +0000 [category] => TrendingCarlowExhibitionsgiveInsightlifeNationalistpandemic [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/carlow-nationalist-exhibitions-give-an-insight-into-life-during-the-pandemic/ [description] => A visitor to Visual enjoying one of the videoportraits in the Carlow Portraits exhibitionPhotos: michaelorourkephotography.ie Visual?s arts curator Emma-Lucy O??Brien speaking to some of the participants in the ***Carlow Portraits*** exhibition Mairead Maddock, Claire Breen and Lorraine Boran Noreen Whelan and Walter Lacey Lorraine Hynes and Rose McEvoy By Suzanne Pender TWO thought-provoking and deeply ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

A visitor to Visual enjoying one of the videoportraits in the Carlow Portraits exhibition
Photos: michaelorourkephotography.ie

Visual?s arts curator Emma-Lucy O??Brien speaking to some of the participants in the ***Carlow Portraits*** exhibition

Mairead Maddock, Claire Breen and Lorraine Boran

Noreen Whelan and Walter Lacey

Lorraine Hynes and Rose McEvoy

By Suzanne Pender

TWO thought-provoking and deeply moving exhibitions were recently launched in Visual featuring wonderful contributions from Carlow people.

Carlow Portraits is a unique new work by artist Tadhg O?Sullivan, based on encounters with 43 older members of the Carlow community, while The Corona is an animated documentary film sharing the experiences of young people in their own voices during lockdown.

Carlow Portraits is comprised of slow-motion video portraits and wide-ranging audio interviews. An intimate and sensitive work, it invites the viewer to spend time with these remarkable people from around the county. The participants speak about life, the passing of time, cultural change and their extraordinary experience of Covid-19.

These interviews were conducted during the individual portrait sittings. A website and archive of this project has been made to host the images and stories at www.carlowportraits.ie.

The exhibition was created by Carlow-born Tadhg O?Sullivan, an internationally renowned filmmaker, sound designer, radiomaker and artist. He draws on his own connections with the local community to make this project deeply collaborative.

The participants are Paddy Behan, Pat Bramley, Eileen Brophy, Marian Brophy, Bev Carbery, Anne Dunne, Colette Fennelly, Tom Geoghegan, John Hickey, Des Hurley, Jimmy Hutton, Lorraine Hynes, Charlie Keegan, Rody Kelly, Sr Kathleen Kennedy, Siobhan Kinsella, Pat Kinsella, Walter Lacey, Karl McDonagh, Rose McEvoy, Margaret McKenna, Leo Maher, Rory Moran, Betty Murphy, John Murphy, Joe O?Brien, Betty O?Gorman, Tom O?Malley, Maurice O?Reilly, Pat O?Reilly, Margaret O?Rourke, Jimmy O?Toole, Fintan Phelan Sr, Annette Reddy, John Rice, Therese Sheehy, George Sothern, Sean Swan, Michael Timmons, Brid Whelan, Colin Whelan, Noreen Whelan and Margaret Woods.

The Corona turns the spotlight on the experiences of young people aged from three to 24 in their own voices during the rolling lockdowns of the pandemic in early 2021. It is composed of drawings posted to Visual by Carlow?s young people and audio interviews conducted over phone and video calls. In the interviews, young people reflect on how the pandemic changed their lives.

The work was commissioned as a way to listen to young people?s experiences of the pandemic and use their reflections to inform policy for the future. Visual?s learning curator Clare Breen gathered audio interviews from 42 children across the region and over 250 drawings from young people.

These drawings were edited together into an animated film by the award-winning Irish artist Daniel Tuomey and the film was scored with original music by the Carlow-based composer Aoife Kavanagh.

The exhibitions will run until the end of October. Admission is free. For more information, see visualcarlow.ie.

) [summary] => A visitor to Visual enjoying one of the videoportraits in the Carlow Portraits exhibitionPhotos: michaelorourkephotography.ie Visual?s arts curator Emma-Lucy O??Brien speaking to some of the participants in the ***Carlow Portraits*** exhibition Mairead Maddock, Claire Breen and Lorraine Boran Noreen Whelan and Walter Lacey Lorraine Hynes and Rose McEvoy By Suzanne Pender TWO thought-provoking and deeply ... Read more [atom_content] =>

A visitor to Visual enjoying one of the videoportraits in the Carlow Portraits exhibition
Photos: michaelorourkephotography.ie

Visual?s arts curator Emma-Lucy O??Brien speaking to some of the participants in the ***Carlow Portraits*** exhibition

Mairead Maddock, Claire Breen and Lorraine Boran

Noreen Whelan and Walter Lacey

Lorraine Hynes and Rose McEvoy

By Suzanne Pender

TWO thought-provoking and deeply moving exhibitions were recently launched in Visual featuring wonderful contributions from Carlow people.

Carlow Portraits is a unique new work by artist Tadhg O?Sullivan, based on encounters with 43 older members of the Carlow community, while The Corona is an animated documentary film sharing the experiences of young people in their own voices during lockdown.

Carlow Portraits is comprised of slow-motion video portraits and wide-ranging audio interviews. An intimate and sensitive work, it invites the viewer to spend time with these remarkable people from around the county. The participants speak about life, the passing of time, cultural change and their extraordinary experience of Covid-19.

These interviews were conducted during the individual portrait sittings. A website and archive of this project has been made to host the images and stories at www.carlowportraits.ie.

The exhibition was created by Carlow-born Tadhg O?Sullivan, an internationally renowned filmmaker, sound designer, radiomaker and artist. He draws on his own connections with the local community to make this project deeply collaborative.

The participants are Paddy Behan, Pat Bramley, Eileen Brophy, Marian Brophy, Bev Carbery, Anne Dunne, Colette Fennelly, Tom Geoghegan, John Hickey, Des Hurley, Jimmy Hutton, Lorraine Hynes, Charlie Keegan, Rody Kelly, Sr Kathleen Kennedy, Siobhan Kinsella, Pat Kinsella, Walter Lacey, Karl McDonagh, Rose McEvoy, Margaret McKenna, Leo Maher, Rory Moran, Betty Murphy, John Murphy, Joe O?Brien, Betty O?Gorman, Tom O?Malley, Maurice O?Reilly, Pat O?Reilly, Margaret O?Rourke, Jimmy O?Toole, Fintan Phelan Sr, Annette Reddy, John Rice, Therese Sheehy, George Sothern, Sean Swan, Michael Timmons, Brid Whelan, Colin Whelan, Noreen Whelan and Margaret Woods.

The Corona turns the spotlight on the experiences of young people aged from three to 24 in their own voices during the rolling lockdowns of the pandemic in early 2021. It is composed of drawings posted to Visual by Carlow?s young people and audio interviews conducted over phone and video calls. In the interviews, young people reflect on how the pandemic changed their lives.

The work was commissioned as a way to listen to young people?s experiences of the pandemic and use their reflections to inform policy for the future. Visual?s learning curator Clare Breen gathered audio interviews from 42 children across the region and over 250 drawings from young people.

These drawings were edited together into an animated film by the award-winning Irish artist Daniel Tuomey and the film was scored with original music by the Carlow-based composer Aoife Kavanagh.

The exhibitions will run until the end of October. Admission is free. For more information, see visualcarlow.ie.

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