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  1. John Carpenter's Top 5 Games of 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | GiantBomb.com

    Remember last year when we somehow duped John Carpenter , the director of movies like The Thing , They Live , and In the Mouth of Madness to write us a top 10 list of his favorite video games? That was pretty cool. Sure, it was a sparse list, but considering we never expected him to reply at all, we weren't complaining.

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  2. Brecksville Metropark's hand-feeding program a boon for visitors and chickadeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cleveland.com

    Lauren Akuszewski, left, her mother Alisa and father Dave Akuszewski of Youngstown coax a tufted titmouse onto their palms for some seed while visiting the the nature center in the Cleveland Metroparks' Brecksville Rreservation on Saturday, December 27, 2014. BRECKSVILLE, Ohio - The Cleveland Metroparks' Hand Feed a Chickadee program in Brecksville has little in common with Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds."

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  3. 10 Musicals for People Who Hate MusicalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Collider

    Musicals used to be one of Hollywood's staples, but they've fallen out of fashion lately: relegated to Disney animated features and the occasional prestige project like Les Miserables . Their surprising status on the sidelines may help explain why for every bubbly enthusiast for the latest Broadway blockbuster, there's another equally passionate film fan who responds with "ick, dancing!" The prevalence of musical hate is undeniable, but it does the genre a huge disservice.

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  4. Condor's A 50m high-speed ferry in Dorset after sailing 10k miles from PhilippinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Miami businessman becomes first to fly in A 14,000 'penthouse in the sky' as Etihad's A380 superjumbo jet makes inaugural flight from London to Abu Dhabi Typical British holiday in 2015 will be a ten-day trip to Spain at a cost of A 1,220... but 32% of Britons plan to stay close to home Italy named top destination by British TV viewers after Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon's adventures in The Trip From the Philippines to Poole: Condor's A 50m high-speed ferry arrives in UK after sailing 10,000 nautical miles on maiden voyage Get packing... travel companies start luxury holiday price war: Thomson and Thomas Cook go head to head to tempt families into breaks in Miami, Mexico and Mauritius Ski resorts in French Alps switch on snow-making machines to cover bare slopes as region prepares for blizzard that will dump up to 30 INCHES of snow Lanzarote, Tenerife and Cancun named 'best-value' winter ... (more)

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  5. Phillip Phillips EngagedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ContactMusic.com

    Singer/songwriter Phillip Phillips is set to walk down the aisle after proposing to his longtime girlfriend over the holidays. Phillips made the announcement on Twitter.com on Friday , writing, "My best Christmas surprise is happening.

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  6. Women brawl in video at Bangkok airport after passenger cuts in at check-in deskRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Miami businessman becomes first to fly in Etihad's A 14,000 'penthouse in the sky' as A380 superjumbo jet makes inaugural flight Typical British holiday in 2015 will be a ten-day trip to Spain at a cost of A 1,220... but 32% of Britons plan to stay close to home Italy named top destination by British TV viewers after Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon's adventures in The Trip Get packing... travel companies start luxury holiday price war: Thomson and Thomas Cook go head to head to tempt families into breaks in Miami, Mexico and Mauritius Ski resorts in French Alps switch on snow-making machines to cover bare slopes as region prepares for blizzard that will dump up to 30 INCHES of snow Lanzarote, Tenerife and Cancun named 'best-value' winter sun destinations as pound strengthens... but British tourists will get less for their money in US Delta Air Lines passenger live tweets emergency landing ... (more)

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  7. The Hobbit romps away with Boxing Day goldRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Sydney Morning Herald

    Peter Jackson's final Hobbit film - - has recorded the highest opening day box office of the year, and the fourth-highest opening day ever in Australia. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies narrowly topped the result for last year's second instalment in Jackson's second J.R.R. Tolkien trilogy, taking $5.59 million on Boxing Day, according to figures released by distributor Village Roadshow.

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  8. Italy named top destination by British TV viewersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Get packing... travel companies start luxury holiday price war: Thomson and Thomas Cook go head to head to tempt families into breaks in Miami, Mexico and Mauritius Ski resorts in French Alps switch on snow-making machines to cover bare slopes as region prepares for blizzard that will dump up to 30 INCHES of snow Lanzarote, Tenerife and Cancun named 'best-value' winter sun destinations as pound strengthens... but British tourists will get less for their money in US Delta Air Lines passenger live tweets emergency landing after unruly traveller makes threats on flight from Atlanta to Los Angeles One hundred Liverpool flights deliberately attacked with laser pens as twisted craze puts lives of passengers and crew at risk The father of Christmas! Meet the pensioner entrusted with bringing festive cheer to the White House and the royal palaces of Monaco Where on Earth is the snow? Searching ... (more)

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  9. No. 6 sports story of 2014: Oakmont wins first district titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sentinel & Enterprise

    When you talk about a flair for the dramatic in North Central Mass. in 2014, the Oakmont Regional boys' soccer team absolutely defines the phrase.

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  10. Andy Serkis wants Quasimodo roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ContactMusic.com

    Andy Serkis wants to play Quasimodo in a 'Hunchback of Notre Dame' remake after being inspired by Charles Laughton's portrayal of the character in the 1939 movie. The 50-year-old actor is known for portraying Caesar the ape in the 'Planet of the Apes' franchise and would love to use the same motion-capture technology to take on the role of Hunchback of Notre Dame after being inspired by Charles Laughton's performance in the 1939 film of the same name.

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  11. The films of '15: a look aheadRead the original story

    Yesterday | St. Albert Gazette

    It's going to be an interesting year in movies, especially now that the Sony hacking scandal/The Interview cancellation is behind us. Or is it? Perhaps the movie will see the light of day after all but if not, it still has implications on how much power has been taken away from producers and studios and put into the hands of a not-always-receptive public.

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  12. Movie review: 'Into the Woods'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Almanac

    Fairytale mashup 'Into the Woods' stars Meryl Streep as the witch; and James Corden plays the baker. Image courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.

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  13. Liam Neeson won't move home because of water chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Independent.ie

    HOLLYWOOD actor Liam Neeson has revealed he has reconsidered plans to move home to Ireland since the Government introduced new water charges. The 62-year-old star, who hails from Ballymena, Antrim originally but has lived in New York for 20 years, said he had planned to return to Ireland now his two teenage sons Daniel and Michael have left home for university.

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  14. Burton's Big Eyes oddly lifelessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Seattle Gay News

    A celebrated artist known for his depiction of big-eyed children in various stages of trepidation and despair, he helped revolution the industry, making a mint selling copies and prints of his most treasured works and making art consumable for the masses and not just the wealthy. He broke the rules and forged his own path, his paintings changing the art world forever in ways still being felt today.

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  15. New DVD releases to check outRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | Erie Times News

    "Pride" : During the winter of 1984-85, the coal miner's strike in Great Britain brought the war on organized labor to a head. Mark is a young, headstrong gay activist who realizes the cops are too busy with the miners to hassle him and his friends.

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  16. Brittany Snow bullied in Tampa, Florida high schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    It's hard to believe that your favorite actor or actress would be a victim of bullying , but Brittany Snow was, according to People Magazine , Dec. 25, 2014. Brittany Snow didn't let the bullying texts ruin her life.

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  17. Have a merry, scary ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner.com

    Yes, it is time once again to push aside the popcorn and presents and plunk down in front of the big-screen TV for another showing of that Canadian Christmas classic -- BLACK CHRISTMAS. Filmed in Toronto and released in 1974, BLACK CHRISTMAS is generally seen as on of the first-ever slasher films.

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  18. Roman Polanski loses latest round in appeal of underage sexRead the original story

    Friday | Examiner.com

    A judge in Los Angeles refused to dismiss a 1977 child sex case against director Roman Polanski without him first returning to the United States, according to an article in the London Daily News today, Friday, Dec. 26. Polanski, 81, is the famed director of movies such as Rosemary's Baby and Chinatown. He also directed The Tenant about a paranoid individual who imagined a man entering a pub and offering to buy drinks for everyone except him.

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  19. Lord of the Rings star British-Armenian actor Andy Serkis for Oscar nomination?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Horizon

    Mirror.Uk - When you're rolling around on the carpet with your kids and suddenly pull yourself to your feet with your knuckles, it gives a whole new meaning to aping around. That's exactly what British actor Andy Serkis found himself doing during filming for blockbuster Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes earlier this year.

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  20. Bruce Campbell Spills His Guts on Ash vs. Evil DeadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ComingSoon.net

    Back in November, splatstick horror fans were blown away by the groovy news that Bruce Campbell would return to his cult franchise with the ten-episode half-hour Starz series "Ash vs. Evil Dead," and now the big-chinned one has given Entertainment Weekly the skinny on the new show. Apparently, when we find one-handed hero Ash 23 years after the events of Army of Darkness , he's still working a big-box store job and living in a trailer park when a Deadite resurrection prompts him to take a road trip with two young co-workersa and his boomstick.

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