Angela Lansbury dead at 96.. It is very interesting to consider that, while podcasts today have promoted this true crime fascination, it really could’ve began with Murder She Wrote back in the 20th century. It was cutting edge and must see TV. And I left an indelible mark on society and Pop culture She has … Read moreAngela Lansbury dead at the age of 96
TINSELTOWN, FOR ALL ITS MIGHT, OFTEN SUCCUMBED TO THE INFORMATION THAT NIKKE FINKE KNEW AND REPORTED.. The site she founded, DEADLINE, was a must go.. She often reminded me of the real life version of Gale Weathers, the news reporter from SCREAM. She was there for most gossipy of gossips.. the most scandalous of scandals. … Read moreNIKKI FINKE DEAD
Residents of a small community in Vermont were blindsided last month by news that one official in their water department quietly lowered fluoride levels nearly four years ago, giving rise to worries about their children’s dental health and transparent government — and highlighting the enduring misinformation around water fluoridation. Katie Mather, who lives in Richmond, … Read moreVermont Town employee quietly lowered fluoride in water for years
The marketing for the movie was brilliant, with smiling people gracing baseball games and public locations for the past two weeks. Nice move!
But what few are talking about with this is the ‘smile’ concept. It is based on a short horror film.. but it also seems to borrow a lot of the concept of IT FOLLOWS. In that movie, what followed was a sexually transmitted disease and bad reputation. In this film, it is mental illness. We cloud it and hide it with a smile.
I am not sure if the film makers went for a deeper meaning than what we got, but it sure felt like something much more meaningful was hiding under the surface.