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Tangerine Dream Unearth ‘Phaedra’ Outtakes for Massive Seventies Box Set

Revered progressive electronic act Tangerine Dream have collected previously unheard outtakes, live footage, 5.1 surround sound versions and newly remastered studio tracks for the upcoming box set In Search of Hades: The Virgin Recordings 1973 – 1979, out June 14th via Umc-Virgin. The 16-cd/2-Blu-Ray Ultra Deluxe version collects the band’s seven albums recorded for the Virgin label during their influential streak in the decade: Phaedra, Rubycon, Ricochet, Stratosfear, Encore, Cyclone and Force Majeure.

Also included are two discs of stereo outtakes from the Phaedra sessions at the Manor Studios in Oxfordshire, England,
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New Top Gun 2 Call Signs Revealed in Casting Breakdown

New Top Gun 2 Call Signs Revealed in Casting Breakdown
Filming is currently underway for Top Gun 2 and some new information has leaked about some of the awesome nicknames that the characters will have. The 1986 original includes the classic names Maverick, Goose, Iceman, Wolfman, Viper, Jester, Cougar, and Sundown. Director Joseph Kosinski is keeping that tradition alive for the sequel, which should make a lot of fans pretty happy to hear. In addition to the new nicknames, breakdowns of the characters have been released, shedding some more light on Top Gun 2.

The new casting breakdown for Top Gun 2 reveals that we're about to get introduced to the likes of Phoenix, Slayer, Payback, Fanboy, Warlock, Cyclone, Viking, Coyote, Lardo, Bob, and Harvard and Yale. Slayer is a pretty awesome throwback to the 80s and also the name of the world-famous thrash metal band. Warlock also has a pretty awesome 80s vibe to it as well and so does Lardo. But, who
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Top Gun: Maverick casting breakdown reveals new call signs

With production on Top Gun: Maverick set to resume this September, The Hollywood Reporter has got its hands on a casting breakdown which reveals the call signs for the new recruits set to join Tom Cruise’s Maverick and Val Kilmer’s Iceman at the Top Gun school – including the likes of Phoenix, Slayer, Bob, Warlock, Cyclone, Lardo, Payback, Fanboy, Harvard, Yale, Viking and Coyote.

Check them out here, along with character descriptions:

Top Gun: Maverick is being directed by Joseph Kosinski (Oblivion) and sees the returning Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer joined in the cast by Miles Teller (Whiplash), Jennifer Connolly (American Pastoral), Glen Powell (Hidden Figures), Jon Hamm (Mad Men), Ed Harris (Westworld), Lewis Pullman (Bad Times at the El Royale), Charles Parnell (Transformers: Age of Extinction), Bashir Salahuddin (Glow), Monica Barbaro (The Good Cop), Danny Ramirez (The Gifted) and Jay Ellis (Insecure).

Top Gun: Maverick will take
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‘After Midnight’ VOD Review

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Stars: Tim Abell, Marliss Amiea, Catherine Annette, Richard Grieco, Erika Jordan, Tawny Kitaen, Rya Meyers, David Novak, Christine Nguyen, Bobby Rice, Don Scribner | Written by Fred Olen Ray, Andrew Helm | Directed by Fred Olen Ray

As a teen just getting into the world of low-budget horror movies, and straight to VHS fare, there were a handful of directors whose work I would buy and/or rent without fail and without any prior knowledge (besides the spiel on the back of the box) of what i was getting into. One of those directors was Fred Olen Ray, the genius behind such films as Scalps, Star Slammer, Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers, Evil Toons, Cyclone and the awesome Scream Queen Hot Tub Party. However in the intervening years it’s safe to say I haven’t had the urge to watch as many of his flicks as I did in the 80s/90s heyday
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Moon Knight: The History of Marvel's Next TV Star

Marc Buxton Aug 25, 2019

Moon Knight is joining the McU with a TV series on Disney+. To say Marc Spector has a complicated history would be an understatement.

Since Moon Knight was created by Doug Moench and Don Perlin in 1975’s Werewolf by Night #32, the Fist of Khonshu has been a fixture of the Marvel Universe. Through it all, Marc Spector has swapped identities, costumes, and supporting casts. But the one motif that has stayed constant with Moon Knight is the very thing that sets him apart from Batman and other caped avengers: he suffers from severe mental health issues but still fights for justice and it has made the character unique in Marvel’s pantheon. There have been a number of talented creators that tried to find the key to Moon Knight’s publishing success, but few have ever really managed to bring Moon Knight to mainstream success.

That's all
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50 dedications at the end of movies (and what they mean)

Odd List Simon Brew 15 Nov 2013 - 07:08

Lots of films are dedicated to, or in memory of someone. But it's not always clear why. We've been finding out...

Back when Breaking Bad returned for its final batch of episodes in August 2013, it had a dedication at the end of it. The card read 'Dedicated to our friend Kevin Cordasco'. As it turned out, Kevin Cordasco was a 16-year old who had been battling cancer for seven years, who had met both Bryan Cranston and Vince Gilligan. Cordasco died before he could ever get to see the episode dedicated to him.

I found this such a moving story, that it got me wondering about the dedications that appear on films, and what the story behind them was. After all, the dedications are there for a reason. What I uncovered was some funny stories, mainly extremely sad ones, and some extremely moving dedications.
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London Film Memorabilia Convention Hammer & Horror Film Day- London, 9 November

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Hammer and Horror Film Day!

Saturday November the 9th ( 10am – 5pm )

Central Hall Westminster.

Storey’s Gate, Westminster, London SW1H 9Nh

UK’s longest running film fair and convention.

Now in it’s 40th year!

The Convention presents dealers from all over the UK, Europe, Us ,

Canada and South America.

Specialising in rare original film memorabilia and collectables.

Taking place six times a year these are truly unique events for anyone with an interest in films!

With actors and director’s signings, illustrated talks, retrospectives and film screenings taking place through out the day.

Items covering the history of cinema can be found. From the silents to the present.

From rare items of the 1920’s to new releases and the latest heart throb.

Among the many different field of cinema covered at the show is – Classic Hollywood, horror films, sci-fi, the best of British and European cinema as we as cult tv!
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The One Where ‘This Is 40,’ ‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’ and ‘Les Misérables’ Are Rentals at Best

Welcome back to This Week In Discs! As always, if you see something you like, click on the image to buy it. The Big Picture Paul (Romain Duris) is a successful lawyer with a wife and two beautiful kids, but something is amiss in his marriage. He envies his neighbor Greg’s casual freedoms, but when he discovers his wife has been loving Greg in some far more physical ways, a conversation between the two men leads to an incident that sends Paul running for his life. This French thriller is based on a novel by Douglas Kennedy, and as they did with Harlan Coben’s Tell No One, the result is a far more literate thriller than we would probably get from Hollywood. Duris is a fantastic actor, and he invests Paul with passion and emotional intensity as his mistake leads to a life he’s always wanted but was afraid to attempt. The
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The Man Who Was Count Yorga: A Tribute to Robert Quarry

February 2009 began on a sad note for many vampire lovers and horror fans with the death of iconic genre legend Robert Quarry. If there was one actor capable of equalling Christopher Lee’s immortal performance as Dracula it was Quarry as the evil Count Yorga. A veteran of stage and TV, Quarry was set to become a major horror star of the seventies, but his film career faded rapidly, a situation not helped by a terrible run of bad luck that nearly cost him his life. Despite never achieving the movie stardom he deserved, his enigmatic turn as the sardonic vampire lord has given him cult immortality.

The son of a doctor, Robert Walter Quarry was born in Fresno, California on 3 November 1925. He spent his early years in Santa Rosa, Northern California, where he excelled in most high school sports, especially swimming. Quarry, who had an Iq of 168, became interested in acting through his grandmother,
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Coney Island's Siren Music Festival Returns, Initial Line-Up Announced

Organizers for this year's Siren Music Festival has just announced its first few artists confirmed for the line-up. The two-stage event faced a closure threat after the Astroland amusement park, where it takes place every year, shut down last year.

Veteran band Built To Spill, The Raveonettes, Frightened Rabbit and more are scheduled to perform at the event at Coney Island on Saturday, July 18, 2009 from 12:00 noon - 9:00 p.m.

The Grand Duchy, Monotonix and Micachu & The Shapes are also on the bill for the event. This free, all day, all ages music festival will feature international, national and local bands and DJs performing on two outdoor stages in historic Coney Island.

The Siren Festival is an all-day all-ages affair that typically takes place next to the famous Cyclone rollercoaster, the only remnant of Astroland amusement park that was sold to developers last year.
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New Gladiators join lineup under Wolf

Gladiators will kick off in the New Year with six new "unstoppable" elite athletes under Wolf's management. The 56-year-old will take his place as leader of the pack when the revitalised endurance show's second series begins on Sky1 in January. Joining his team are newcomers Amazon, Cyclone, Doom, Goliath, Siren and Warrior. 'The Wolfman' appeared on the ITV version of the programme between 1992 and 1999 and made a comeback for the one-off Gladiators: The Legends Return, following the programme's resurrection earlier this year. Warning contestants to be on their guard, (more)
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