Women Who Kill

Lesbians Obsessed with Women Who Kill

Women Who Kill is a love triangle between two ex-girlfriends, Morgan (Ingrid Jungermann) and Jean (Ann Carr), who still live and work together. They’re true crime podcasters with a show about female serial killers. The heat turns way up when Morgan meets beautiful new love interest, Simone (Sheila Vand).

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Holly Hunter

Hats Off to Holly Hunter as She Continues to Blow Us Away with Her Career Choices

Academy Award-winner Holly Hunter (The Piano) continues to hit it big. With a career spanning 35 years, she remains an electrifying force. In our sadly still-patriarchal society, it is impressive to see any actress who is past 40, still landing the high-quality and sought-after parts. At the age of 59, Hunter is holding her own in an industry that hands over much longer shelf-life to male counterparts. Hunter’s voice still has that sweet-Georgia-peach twang, even though she has long been a New York City resident. But her Big Apple attitude gets her to where she’s going.
It was a thrill to meet her recently at Manhattan’s Four Seasons hotel. She was there to talk about ‘The
Big Sick,’ the runaway hit she stars in.

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Christina Hendricks, Anna Camp and Alysia Reiner to Star in Dark Comedy ‘Egg’

Christina Hendricks (Mad Men), Anna Camp (True Blood, Pitch Perfect) and Alysia Reiner (Orange Is the New Black), will star in Egg, an unflinching comedy about why we choose motherhood, why we revere it, fear it, or delegate it, and why some of us choose to forgo it.

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The Big Sick

‘The Big Sick’ NOT Just Another Ho Hum RomCom

Call it a romcom or a dramedy but I confess, what really drew me to this movie was hearing that Holly Hunter and Ray Romano were in it. I had a vague notion of what to expect from the star—comedian Kumail Nanjiani—based on his role in HBO’s “Silicon Valley.” So, I knew what he looked like and that … Read more

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Psychological Thriller ‘Hounds of Love’ was No. 1 at Tribeca Film Festival

In a quiet and picturesque suburb in Perth, Australia, young women are disappearing. It’s 1987, in this chilling and unforgettable film where attractive couple John (Stephen Curry) and Evelyn White (Emma Booth) are abducting unsuspecting young victims.

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First Out Gay Superhero Surge is Back

Surge leaves his home town, Big City, to pursue his arch enemy headed to Las Vegas to find mysterious crystals key to the diabolical plan of an even greater super villain, which erupts in a battle on Hoover Dam and back in Big City.

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Tribeca Film Festival

Juno Temple and Julia Garner Shine in ‘One Percent More Humid’ at TFF

Tribeca Film Festival’s feature narrative, One Percent More Humid, premiered last night in Chelsea at the SVA Theater. The haunting coming-of-age story centers on two childhood friends on a break from college who reunite in their New England hometown. It’s a sweltering, sticky summer, hence the title. Iris (Juno Temple) and Catherine (Julia Garner) find relief in the cooling waters of the local lake.

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When You Wake Up and Your YouTube Channel Has 888K Views!

A-list celebrities I’ve interviewed include Steven Spielberg, Susan Sarandon, Woody Allen, Ryan Gosling, James Franco, Helen Mirren, and many more. I’ve been a guest on Dr. Drew, Seven On Your Side, NY1 and radio shows. My New York Times essay is required reading at CUNY and my stories have been published in several book anthologies.

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Tribeca Film Festival 2017 Celebrates Women

The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival begins Wednesday, April 19 and runs through Sunday, April 30. This is the 16th year of awe-inspiring offerings. Many thanks go to co-founders Jane Rosenthal and Robert De Niro for this long-standing celebration of New York City, movies, media, and activism.

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2017 TFF Godfather

Tribeca Film Festival 2017 Celebrates the 45th Anniversary of The Godfather

The 16th edition of the annual cultural festival announced the program’s big closer on Saturday, April 29—A celebration of the 45th anniversary since The Godfather’s hit theaters. There will be back-to-back screenings of the The Godfather and The Godfather Part II at Radio City Music Hall. That will be followed by an all-star panel discussion with Academy Award®-winning director Francis Ford Coppola and actors Al Pacino, James Caan, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton, Talia Shire, and Robert De Niro.

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