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The 2020 Sundance Film Festival Lineup is Here!

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As I sit here wondering just what on earth happened to 2019, it’s already time to start looking towards a new year, and more specifically, the prestigious 2020 Sundance Film Festival, which runs in Park City, Utah from January 23rd through February 2nd. As always, Sundance’s lineup of Midnight movies looks to be killer, but there are several other films that are playing the festival in different categories that look to be something genre fans might get excited over, too.

Here’s a rundown of the horror films hitting Sundance next month, as well as a handful of genre-adjacent projects to keep on your radars for 2020.

Midnight Selections:

Amulet / United Kingdom — Tomaz, an ex-soldier now homeless in London, is offered a place to stay at a decaying house, inhabited by a young woman and her dying mother. As he starts to fall for Magda, Tomaz cannot ignore his suspicion that
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Taylor Swift, St. Vincent, Go-Go’s Films to Premiere at Sundance

Taylor Swift, St. Vincent, Go-Go’s Films to Premiere at Sundance
New documentaries about Taylor Swift and the Go-Go’s, as well as a film from St. Vincent, will premiere at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, taking place January 23rd through February 2nd in Park City, Utah.

The Swift film, Miss Americana, was directed by Lana Wilson and, per a statement, follows Swift “during a transformational period in her life as she learns to embrace her role not only as a songwriter and performer, but as a woman harnessing the full power of her voice.” Two of the producers listed on the project,
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Musicians on Musicians: Carrie Brownstein & Maggie Rogers

Musicians on Musicians: Carrie Brownstein & Maggie Rogers
Maggie Rogers has a lot of memories tied to Sleater-Kinney, from discovering their explosive 2005 album, The Woods, when she was in middle school to driving around listening to them on repeat while on vacation in Iceland.

“I’ve had all these special moments interacting with your work,” she tells Carrie Brownstein, the guitarist-singer of the Portland trio, who’ve been adding nuance and power to their groundbreaking riot-grrrl rock & roll for more than two decades. Rogers comes prepared with questions, which makes sense because she was once an aspiring music journalist,
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Naomi Watts to receive AiF’s Orry-Kelly Award

Naomi Watts.

Australians in Film (AiF) will present Naomi Watts the 2019 Orry-Kelly Award at the organisation’s annual gala awards evening later this month in Los Angeles.

The Orry-Kelly Award is given to an Australian whose body of work has provided inspiration globally in film and television and who continues to give back to the Australian industry.

Watts is a two-time Academy Award nominee, most recently seen in Showtime series The Loudest Voice alongside Russell Crowe and Sienna Miller. Watts also produced and stars in Penguin Bloom, which has just finished shooting in Sydney, directed by Glendyn Ivin.

Her other credits include Luce, Ophelia, Mulholland Drive, The Impossible, 21 Grams, I Heart Huckabees, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), St. Vincent, The Ring, King Kong, Eastern Promises, Fair Game, J. Edgar, The International and The Painted Veil.

Watts joins previously announced AiF honourees Ruby Rose, Sarah Snook, Dacre Montgomery,
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Grammy Preview 2020: Sheryl Crow on Idolizing Stevie Nicks, Raising Kids in Troubled Times

Grammy Preview 2020: Sheryl Crow on Idolizing Stevie Nicks, Raising Kids in Troubled Times
First-round Grammy voting is currently underway, and running through October 10th. For our 2020 Grammy preview, we asked a series of likely contenders to reflect on their past experiences at the ceremony, look ahead to the future, and break down the albums and singles that could earn them a statue come February.

Though Sheryl Crow’s new album, Threads, features a slew of high-profile guests ranging from Johnny Cash to St. Vincent, it has an easy-going, coherent feel — maybe because the singer-songwriter recorded most of the tracks in the studio above
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Dove Cameron Reveals That Her Song "Bloodshot" Is Not About Her Ex at All

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After months of waiting and Instagram teases, Descendants franchise star Dove Cameron made her 31 million social media followers happy in September by officially releasing two songs, "Bloodshot" and "Waste," off her solo debut album.

"I've actually never written a breakup song, but if that's what 'Bloodshot' means to you, that's great. That's what the song is meant to do, fit your life story."

This was a long time coming for both the musician and her fans. Singing since age 14, Dove expressed wanting to dive into music for quite some time but explained why the process took a little longer than most fans would like. Writing in a lengthy tweet, Dove shared, "I was working on an independent album when I was younger (15), that I planned on releasing on my own, and then I signed with Disney." She added that she and her manager
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Sheryl Crow Discusses Making the Year’s Most Guest-Packed Album

Sheryl Crow Discusses Making the Year’s Most Guest-Packed Album
“I wasn’t meant to be Cavalcade of Stars,” says Sheryl Crow. “Hopefully it feels natural and cohesive.” She’s talking about her impressive mic-drop of a new album, Threads, which includes a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony’s worth of guests (among them: Bonnie Raitt, Chuck D, Eric Clapton, Sting, Kris Kristofferson, St. Vincent, James Taylor, Maren Morris, Gary Clark Jr., Brandi Carlile, Emmylou Harris, and Neil Young). The album is intended as the final full LP from Crow, 57, as she plans to focus on singles and other quicker releases.
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See Sheryl Crow, Chris Stapleton Bring ‘Tell Me When It’s Over’ to ‘Fallon’

See Sheryl Crow, Chris Stapleton Bring ‘Tell Me When It’s Over’ to ‘Fallon’
Sheryl Crow returned to The Tonight Show to perform “Tell Me When It’s Over” alongside Chris Stapleton. The track appears on Crow’s recently released album Threads.

The performance, which marked the first time Crow and Stapleton played their collaboration live together, came nearly two weeks after Crow covered Bob Dylan with Jason Isbell on Jimmy Fallon’s show.

In addition to Stapleton and Isbell, Crow’s all-star Threads also features collaborations with Keith Richards, Stevie Nicks, Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Sting, Bonnie Raitt, Chuck D, Emmylou Harris, St. Vincent,
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Hear Maroon 5 Get Nostalgic on New Single ‘Memories’

Maroon 5 have released a new single, “Memories.” The reflective, sentimental track, released via 222 Records/Interscope Records and produced by The Monsters & Strangerz, looks back on good times past with someone who’s no longer here.

The song has a low-key rock sound as frontman Adam Levine pays homage to the memories of a loved one who has since passed. On the track, the singer croons, “Here’s to the ones that we got/ Cheers to the wish you were here, but you’re not/ ‘Cause the drinks bring back
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Watch Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell Cover Bob Dylan’s ‘Everything Is Broken’ on ‘Fallon’

Watch Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell Cover Bob Dylan’s ‘Everything Is Broken’ on ‘Fallon’
Sheryl Crow released her eleventh – and, according to her, final – album Threads last week, featuring a star-studded roster of collaborations. On Monday night, she appeared on The Tonight Show with Jason Isbell to perform “Everything Is Broken,” a cover of a Bob Dylan song from his 1989 album Oh Mercy.

Crow and Isbell paired up on vocals and guitar, describing a pessimistic view on the world around them: “Broken idols, broken heads/People sleeping in broken beds/Ain’t no use jiving/Ain’t no use joking/Everything is broken.” But
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Sleater-Kinney Encourage You to Let Loose in ‘Can I Go On’ Video

Sleater-Kinney Encourage You to Let Loose in ‘Can I Go On’ Video
Sleater-Kinney have unveiled their new video for “Can I Go On,” from their most recent album The Center Won’t Hold. The clip, directed and shot by Ashley Connor, stars Lauri Guzda and Mami Kimura as two demure women having a polite, well-mannered afternoon tea…until they abruptly decide to rip their clothes off, splatter mud across each other’s bodies and just generally let loose.

Such is the power of a Sleater-Kinney song, especially one that deals with finding catharsis and hope in our current era; in a statement,
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Watch Red Hearse Showcase ‘Everybody Wants You’ on ‘Corden’

Watch Red Hearse Showcase ‘Everybody Wants You’ on ‘Corden’
Red Hearse – the new electro-pop trio comprised of hitmaker/producer Jack Antonoff, singer Sam Dew and hip-hop producer Sounwave – took to the Late Late Show stage on Tuesday night to perform their new single “Everybody Wants You.”

The rendition was a very minimalist one, with the three band members sitting around a white table in the boxed-off center of Stage 56. Sam Dew stayed seated throughout his full vocal performance; Antonoff and Sounwave both kept their eyes down at their keyboard and laptop, respectively. Free of bells and whistles, the performance
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Sheryl Crow Hosts a Wide Range of Collaborators on the Star-Studded ‘Threads’

Sheryl Crow Hosts a Wide Range of Collaborators on the Star-Studded ‘Threads’
Sheryl Crow has enjoyed a quietly consistent third decade as a singer-songwriter, earning a Top Ten for her 2013 country debut Feels Like Home and a flurry of critical acclaim for her most recent effort, 2017’s aptly-titled Be Myself.

Threads, a sprawling, star-studded seventeen song album featuring everyone from Chuck D to Vince Gill, serves, then, as a victory lap of sorts. Crow has even said it will be her last full-length record. At its best, Crow’s recent work highlights the way the 57 year-old singer can draw out energy and
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20 Shows You Need to See This Fall

20 Shows You Need to See This Fall
The school year has started, the leaves are beginning to fall, and artists ranging from pop hit makers to metal legends are filling their calendars with concerts to distract you from the changing season. This fall will see special engagements by bands with cult followings like Against Me!, who are playing select albums from their oeuvre in full, and artists who could start their own religious cult, like Madonna, who’s opting to do dozens of intimate gigs rather than the stadium slog. Meanwhile, the Eagles are playing all of Hotel California,
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Flashback: Kim Gordon Fronts Nirvana at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Flashback: Kim Gordon Fronts Nirvana at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Former Sonic Youth singer Kim Gordon rolled out the details of her debut solo LP No Home Record this morning. The album was recored at the Sphere Ranch in Los Angeles and primarily produced by Justin Raisen. “‘Why a solo record? And why now?,’” Gordon asked in a statement. “I don’t know, but it wouldn’t have happened without the persistence of Justin Raisen. Living in La the last few years it feels like home, but the transience of the place makes it feel sometimes like no home.”

Sonic
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See Sleater-Kinney Celebrate Their Fans in ‘Love’ Music Video

See Sleater-Kinney Celebrate Their Fans in ‘Love’ Music Video
Sleater-Kinney have commemorated the release of their new album The Center Won’t Hold with a music video for album cut “Love.” The clip features Polaroid images collected from fans with the song’s lyrics scrawled as caption on each photo, as well as on a map of America.

The band previously asked fans to submit photos that “celebrate your body as a means of resistance,” as well as photos that “celebrate your body, in whatever that means to you.” These body positive images pop up as the video unfolds,
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Don Cheadle Launches Production Company, Inks First-Look Deal With Industrial Media

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Don Cheadle Launches Production Company, Inks First-Look Deal With Industrial Media
Exclusive: Oscar- and Emmy-nominated actor, director and producer Don Cheadle has launched a new production company, Radicle Act, which will focus on creating TV and film content for all platforms. As part of the launch, Radicle Act has signed an exclusive first-look deal with Industrial Media (American Idol) to produce television and digital programming.

On the film side, through Radicle Act, Cheadle has set up the adaptation of the book Amari and the Night Brothers with Universal Pictures, which he will produce alongside Mandeville and Genius Productions. It also was announced today that Mika Pryce will join the company as Svp and Head of Development to lead Radicle Act’s efforts to produce innovative content for all platforms.

“With the advent of Radicle Act, we hope to live up to the namesake and seed the landscape, producing new and exciting material across multiple platforms,” said Cheadle. “Mika and I are
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Sleater-Kinney’s ‘The Center Won’t Hold’ is a Vital Response to a Disconnected World

Sleater-Kinney’s ‘The Center Won’t Hold’ is a Vital Response to a Disconnected World
Sleater-Kinney deliver the goods almost immediately on their new LP, on a title track that begins with industrial clangs, then explodes into rock fury rivaling anything in their catalog, a barrage of Nevermind-grade guitar blasts pacing Corin Tucker’s cathartic, paint-peeling howls. She paraphrases the famous “Things fall apart, the center cannot hold” line from Yeats’ “The Second Coming.” Tucker might be describing a psyche, a relationship, or planetary climate change: Pick your nearly lost cause.

The Center Won’t Hold is S-k’s first studio set since No Cities to Love,
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Suspenseful Trailer and Movie Poster for Coming of Age Thriller Low Tide

The trailer for the movie Low Tide has a lot of elements to it – drama, suspense, crime, youthfulness, danger, treasure hunts, and betrayal. The film stars Jaeden Martell as the quintessential little brother, dealing with trying to keep up with his big brother and his big brother’s asshole friend, as well as Shea Whigham (Homecoming), Keean Johnson (Alita: Battle Angel) as the big brother, Alex Neustaedter (Colony) as the asshole friend, Daniel Zolghadri (Eighth Grade) as the young brother’s friend, and Kristine Froseth (Sierra Burgess is a Loser).

Here’s the official synopsis for the film:

In the long days of summer in a beach town on the New Jersey shore, high schooler Alan (Keean Johnson) and his friends Red (Alex Neustaedter) and Smitty (Daniel Zolghadri) break into vacation homes to steal valuables, funding dates at the boardwalk and lunches at the burger stand. When Alan and his
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Horror anthology Xx is being developed as a TV series

Syfy has announced that the female-crafted 2017 horror anthology film Xx is in development as a TV series courtesy of producers Jovanka Vuckovic, Todd Brown, and Raquelle David.

“Raquelle [David], Todd Brown and I, are developing Xx as a television series,” said Vuckovic, who directed one of the four segments of the original movie alongside St. Vincent, Karyn Kusama, and Roxanne Benjamin.

“[It’s] sort of like a Black Mirror, but for women, all written and directed by women,” she continued. “I know everyone hates the term ‘elevated horror.’ But let’s say ‘thinking person’s horror,’ feminist thinking person’s horror.”

Development on the Xx TV series is in its early stages and is yet to be shopped to potential outlets, nor is there any word on additional talent involved.

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