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daveparts · 32 minutes ago
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Come on in Buddy
Come on in Buddy
Falling through the universe at the speed of life By David Glenn Cox And the winner of this month’s Donald Trump/ Shirley Jackson lottery is Kevin McCarthy. Past winners include Michael Cohen, Jeff Sessions and Liz Cheney.  Old Kev has been busy of late passing out ammunition for the circular firing squad. A leading Kool Aid manufacturer in Washington and assassin of Liz Cheney but old Kev had…
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silent-poetry · 5 hours ago
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Doris McCarthy
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pagingevilspawn · 5 hours ago
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besties, if you want to cry to an already heartbreaking song and an even more heartbreaking video, go listen to this song please. 
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Will You Love Me Tomorrow / Head Over Feet or Cherish / Cherish
I'm gonna have to go with Will You Love Me Tomorrow / Head Over Feet. the VOCALS. the CHEMISTRY. I love it. they sound incredible, and I love it when the show strips down songs like this. I'm not a huge fan of how Kurt kinda snaps at the kids after they finish because he's feeling a lil sad, but ALSO if their performance could evoke that kind of reaction in him, then they must be doing something right. Cherish / Cherish is also really good, but I just prefer the other one. it's simply better.
Will You Love Me Tomorrow / Head Over Feet or Cherish / Cherish
Let’s play This or That! Give me two characters/ships/songs/episodes/etc in my ask box and I’ll pick my favourite :D
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speeding54 · 11 hours ago
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‘One cold evening in January 2 years ago I decided to spend all night shooting 50,000 pictures of our moon. At the time I thought it was a ridiculous project, but wanted to see just how far I could push my equipment to make the best moon image possible. Nothing could have prepared me for what happened when I shared that image on instagram- it went completely viral and transformed my life practically overnight.’ -words&photoby Andrew McCarthy
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speeding54 · 11 hours ago
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International Space Station
“This involved a bit of luck, as the path of this transit visibility intersected my backyard. Unlike most of these, I was able to set up in the comfort of my home. The feeling seeing the Silhouette of the ISS in the live video on my laptop during the moment of capture was exhilarating, and why I continue to hunt these down. For the remastered edition, I corrected the colors on the surface of the moon, and went through several iterations of noise reduction so the details could be enhanced to look better for print.” -work&wordsby Andrew McCarthy
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mylifeinfiction · 12 hours ago
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Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy
I wanted to love this one. I really did.
I loved The Road when I read it before the film came out, and while I've yet to get around to No Country For Old Men (maybe I should've made that my second McCarthy book instead), the adaptation by the Coen Bros. is the best film of the 2000s.
My major problems with Blood Meridian were the inefficient/repetitive storytelling, and McCarthy's lack of clarity throughout. I fully understand that a lot of this (especially the former) was by design, but the themes he tackles, here, are made abundantly clear with about half of what we're given. As for the clarity issue, I'm sure a fair amount is my fault, but he could've definitely done a better job at making it clear which characters he was talking about.
All that being said, there are several chunks throughout that are some of the most hauntingly beautiful and more disturbing pieces of literature I've ever read.
4/10
-Timothy Patrick Boyer.
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cdnart · 14 hours ago
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Doris McCarthy; Mountains at Haines
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fearsmagazine · 17 hours ago
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AMITYVILLE POLTERGEIST - Review
DISTRIBUTOR: Breaking Glass Pictures
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SYNOPSIS:  Jim is a young slacker who is still traumatized by a family loss. He takes on a housesitting job to earn some money from an unusually spooky old woman. While interviewing for the housesitting job, the old woman, Rebecca Morse says that she is not scared about anyone getting into the house, she is more afraid about what’s already in the house. As day turns to night, doors start slamming, steps begin to creak, and the spirits emerge.
REVIEW: This film really has nothing to do with the “Amityville Horror,” the house, or anything to do with the series of other films bearing the word “Amityville” in their title. If there is any reference it is gun violence and family members killing family members.
The narrative becomes nonlinear at a later point and becomes confusing until the end of the film. Yes, there is something in the house. However, what is the initial event that sets Rebecca off? Is it dementia, an evil presence, or is she just fed up and simply can’t stand her family any more? I simply didn’t care. In fact, all these characters needed to die and I felt gravely cheated when that did not transpire.
This is clearly a home grown horror film with a limited to no budget. Director Calvin Morié McCarthy has a compilation of 17 directing credits, mostly shorts, to his name and has acted in 63 films, mostly shorts and a couple of TV series. AMITYVILLE POLTERGEIST is a hodgepodge of themes and visuals from a variety of films from “The Ring,” “The Amityville Horror” films and other horror films so that the film feels more like a demo reel than a narrative.
McCarthy and fellow screenwriter Jon Ashley Hall pay little to no detail to the adult characters in the film. They are very one dimensional and offer no emotional engagement. The three twenty something main characters are simply unlikeable. They have no redeeming qualities whose only life lessons they should take away from this narrative is that they should be dead. There is not one good quality written into the three of them combined. The only actor that has a modicum  of talent is Airisa Durand. It could also be that her co-stars were that bad that they made her look that good.
Bottom line is that if you rent or buy AMITYVILLE POLTERGEIST and feel cheated or like you’ve wasted your money, it wasn’t because I didn’t warn you. This is one film that will haunt you long after viewing, but for all the wrong reasons.
CAST: Parris Bates, Sydney Winbush, J. Rebecca Morse, Conor Austin, Jesse Sass, Airisa Durand, & Jon Hall. CREW: Director/Screenplay/Producer/Cinematographer/Editor - Calvin Morie McCarthy; Score - Joel Whited; Special Effects MakeUp - Zach Smith OFFICIAL: N.A. FACEBOOK: N.A. TWITTER: N.A. TRAILER: https://youtu.be/T4S5K39MC44 RELEASE DATE: DVD & VOD May 18th, 2021
**Until we can all head back into the theaters our “COVID Reel Value” will be similar to how you rate a film on digital platforms - 👍 (Like), 👌 (It’s just okay),  or 👎 (Dislike) Reviewed by Joseph B Mauceri
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jerisbookattic · 17 hours ago
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Dating the Player by Erin McCarthy
Dating the Player by Erin McCarthy
I have to ask myself, what is more important- losing my virginity to a bad boy quarterback or keeping my perfect job? Dating the Player, an all-new sizzling sports romance from New York Times bestselling author Erin McCarthy is available now! Dak I’ve got a big pro football contract, a big appetite for women, and a big mouth. It gets me into trouble more often than not… but this time it lands…
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incorrectkembleford · 18 hours ago
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Sid: I can explain.
Mrs. M: Can you?
Sid: If you give me thirty seconds to think of a lie.
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cityofchapin · 18 hours ago
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The Stand
Let's talk about #TheStand, shall we?
Let’s talk about The Stand, shall we? I am not a Stephen King aficionado. And while I love the movies based on his works, I am not even his #1 fan. I have read a few short stories, a couple of his Kindle singles, a novella, and an amazing audiobook narrated by Michael C. Hall.1 In fact, the only novel-length book I’ve read by Stephen King was his post-apocalyptic book, The Stand. My first…
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werewolfseth · 21 hours ago
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I can’t be the only one who gets pissed off when people forgot the second t in Emmett.
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Andrew McCarthy reveals his life in Brat: An 80s Story
Andrew McCarthy reveals his life in Brat: An 80s Story
I learned the term “pretty boys” in the 1980s when movies like Sixteen Candles and Breakfast Club premiered. Rob Lowe, (gorgeous) Emelio Estevez, (looked too much like me), Judd Nelson (I liked the dark-haired boys), and Andrew McCarthy (too handsome to even consider) made movies depicting my era and defined my age. The media followed this group of young people during their transition from youth…
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tbrbookblog · a day ago
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New Release ~ Dating the Player ~ by ~ Erin McCarthy
New Release ~ Dating the Player ~ by ~ Erin McCarthy @authorerin @jennw23
I have to ask myself, what is more important- losing my virginity to a bad boy quarterback or keeping my perfect job? Dating the Player, an all-new sizzling sports romance from New York Times bestselling author Erin McCarthy is available now! Dak I’ve got a big pro football contract, a big appetite for women, and a big mouth. It gets me into trouble more often than not… but this time it lands…
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domwho11 · a day ago
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Please check out my good friend Ben’s Amityville Poltergeist review. Thanks a lot :)
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shannendoherty-fans · a day ago
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1991 - Beverly Hills, 90210 - 2x08 - Wildfire
Episode aired 12 September 1991
At the opening day of the new school year, Brenda becomes peeved when Dylan starts spending time with the new transfer student Emily Valentine (Christine Elise McCarthy), while she and Brandon also have eyes for each other.
Meanwhile, David is reunited with Scott after he returns from his summer vacation in Oklahoma and finds that his friendship with David isn't as close as it used to be.
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