CinemaTyler takes a look at the process behind the creation of Alfred Hitchcock‘s North by Northwest.

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First Aid Kit – It’s A Shame (Live on KCRW)

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“Bedposts” continues the them of Holden (Burkely Duffield) and Willa (Dilan Gwyn) getting along better with others than each other as Willa hangs out with Luke (Jonathan Whitesell) and Holden spends time with Charlie (Eden Brolin). When both pairs end up at the same bowling alley arcade, awkwardness ensues and truths are revealed. However, the main conflict of the episode is saved for the final five minutes as Diego (Oscar Camacho) finally catches up to Holden, leading to some serious destruction at the bowling alley long after his friends had abandoned the show’s protagonist.

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This Week in Unnecessary Censorship

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Here’s the trailer for the upcoming Second Season of A Series Of Unfortunate Events in which Count Olaf (Neil Patrick Harris) will continue to torment the Baudelaire children. Season Two premieres on Netflix on March 30th.

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The Crossrhodes: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

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#GetOutOneYearLater

by Cap'n Carrot on February 18, 2018 · 0 comments

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Jordan Peele and AMC are giving away tickets to free screenings of Get Out on Presidents’ Day in 55 AMC thaeaters across the United States. Each guest who requests a ticket the day of the screening (Monday, February 19th) — at a participating location — will be given one free admission to the 7:00 p.m. showing, up to theatre capacity. Click here to request a ticket and check inside for the full press release which includes a list of all cities where the free showings will occur and information about artwork that the film has inspired over the course of the year.

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Black Panther

by Cap'n Carrot on February 15, 2018 · 0 comments

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While ultimately falling into the category of a lesser Marvel film, there’s still quite a bit to enjoy about Black Panther which develops the African country of Wakanda (which is far more advanced than almost anyone in the outside world suspects). Black Panther seems a bit out of place as Marvel gears up for its big crossover cosmic event in Infinity War as it is arguably the least connected film to the larger overall franchise since the first movies premiered a decade ago.

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The second and third episodes of Altered Carbon begin Takeshi Kovacs’ (Joel Kinnaman) investigation into the murder attempt on his employer Laurens Bancroft (James Purefoy). His search for suspects will lead him to an ally of convience in a former soldier (Ato Essandoh) who blames the billionaire for the death of his daughter (Hayley Law). Helping out his new friend (after he broke into his home, threatened him, and beat him up… twice), will get Kovacs in more trouble by the end of the third episode. There’s also the dangling thread of the girl who fell from the sky which currently feels completely superflous, but Ortega’s (Martha Higareda) involvement in hiding the body is an obvious tip that is more going on her than meets the eye. And don’t miss the first appearance of the mysterious ghost walker who spied on Kovacs sleeping with Miriam Bancroft (Kristin Lehman) and seems to have a special interest in the show’s protagonist.

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The first issue of the new six-issue Star Wars mini-series from Jody Houser and artist Luke Ross fills in some of the past of the Chiss warrior Mitth’raw’nuruodo, better known as Thrawn. While it feels like a bit too much story is shoved into a single over-sized issue, fans of the character should enjoy the peak into the history of Timothy Zahn‘s famous creation.

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