First published October 31, 2022, 12:45 PM IST From horror comedies Phone Bhoot, Bhediya to MCU’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever to Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s Yashoda to The Crown Season 5, here’s a list of November’s movies and series. Photo courtesy: Instagram November brings spooky horror comedies, like Phone Bhoot andRead More →

A Colorado orchestra dedicated to providing interactive programs for children presents its first entirely original work. Founded in 1958, Inside the Orchestra began as a group that provided grants for music education programs. But in 1985, the organization turned to creating and programming with a professional orchestra. In fact, executiveRead More →

In some cultures, there is a barbaric practice that continues today. This is called an honor killing. It is the killing of a relative, usually a daughter or a woman, that is seen as having dishonored the family. Author, Dr. Laila Anwarzai Ayoubi joined us on Wednesday on “Life.Style.Live!” discussingRead More →

People often associate made-for-TV movies with lower quality, poor acting, and cheap pricing. Unfortunately, most of the time, this perception turns out to be justified. However, that’s what makes discovering an example of the form that breaks that mold such a rewarding experience. RELATED: 10 Campy Horror Movies Perfect ForRead More →

Apple is instituting significant price increases starting today for the Apple TV+ streaming service as well as Apple Music and the Apple One bundle, citing higher licensing and content costs. Apple TV+’s monthly price will drop from $4.99 to $6.99, while the annual plan will drop from $49.99 to $69.99.Read More →

The Google Pixel Watch is an amazing piece of hardware that puts things like notifications from a connected Android phone, as well as popular Google apps and more, at your fingertips. But it’s also a fitness watch with full Fitbit integration, so you can launch workouts right from the screen,Read More →

Readers’ Favorite announces the review of the book Fiction – Fantasy – General “Cin – The Millennial Dragon” by John Duane Conley, currently available at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09VWMZ4FQ. Readers’ Favorite is one of the largest book review and awards contest sites on the Internet. They have earned the respect of renowned publishersRead More →

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popular korean pop group BTS announced that it was going on hiatus on Monday, a move that came as a bit of a surprise and will likely have some fans saying “Life Goes On,” like the band’s hit song. What happened: K-pop group BTS saw their management agency Hybe Co.Read More →

See the gallery Image Credit: MediaPunch/Shutterstock Kristoffer Polaha continues his writing journey with where the sun risesthe last novel he co-wrote with Anna Gomez. The novel is the second book of the From Kona with love series, sequel Times like this. HollywoodLife spoke EXCLUSIVELY with Kristoffer about why where theRead More →

If there are two countries that have been making headlines for a few months now, it is Russia and Ukraine. From Russia‘During the February 24 invasion, Western support and attention for Ukraine increased dramatically. In recent months, love for the small country has become a popular trend in American culture.Read More →

Clarksville, TN – In his new collection of essays memories of paradiseErin Langner’s prose delivers “stories on the brink of loss or grief, sensations that none of us seem able to escape”. The prose proved so powerful that it prompted creative nonfiction writer Wendy S. Walters to name Langner theRead More →

Hi Jersey groups, welcome back. The Gaslight Anthem show on Saturday October 8th at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel is the latest of the reunion and reunion shows for the state bands that rose to national fame in the late 90s and early 90s. post-hardcore, emo, shouto andRead More →

Image source: INSTAGRAM Aruna Arya Gupta brings another song ‘O Bedardi’ Aruna Arya Gupta, the author of “Repentance”, which was included in Amazon’s bestseller list, brings another Bollywood song. Her new song “O Bedardi” is an imagination of lyricist Aruna Arya Gupta, who has attempted to encapsulate Shayari’s eloquent wisdomRead More →

Through films such as the rōnin-centric “Yojimbo” or the artistic “Ran”, Kurosawa championed the theme of conflict between personal conflict and communal identity against the backdrop of socio-political violence. The samurai code of placing country above self-preservation is open to interpretation in these films, and the game mimics this viaRead More →

Reeling The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival @ Music Box Theater (opening night only) – 3733 N Southport Ave, Chicago Filmmakers – 1326 W Hollywood Ave, & Landmark Theater 2828 N Clark St, multiple timesWHAT:This LGBTQ+-focused festival returns with in-person and online theatrical screening!SO WHAT: Reeling: The Chicago International LGBTQ+Read More →