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American Murder: The Family Next Door: Where is Christopher Lee-Watts today? – Daily Express

American Murder: The Family Next Door premieres Wednesday, September 30 on Netflix worldwide. Continue reading


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The Wicker Man (1973): 10 Things You Didn’t Know About The Cult Movie – Screen Rant

The original The Wicker Man is one of the best cult classics ever made, and fans of this cult hit need to learn more about how it was made. Robin Hardy's The Wicker Man is one of the most beloved cult horror films of the 1970s Continue reading


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Expanding access to the world’s top medical minds – MIT News

Earlier this year, a little girl was struggling with a neurological condition that caused her to have 20 to 30 seizures a day. Her parents were working with a neurologist on a treatment plan, but they wanted a second opinion. Continue reading


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Brides of Dracula get hitched to Blu-ray in November – Inside Pulse

Hammer films found themselves suddenly the hotspot for horror at the end of the 50s. Their color nightmares of Dracula, Frankenstein and The Mummy made theater owners eager to book more of their monsters. Naturally they wanted to make a sequel Continue reading


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David Christopher Iddiols – vancouverislandfreedaily.com

David is proceeded by his Father Christopher David Iddiols, Mother Florance May Birtles (nee Jones) and stepfather Joseph Arthur Birtles and in-laws Helen and Herman Parenteau, Verna and George Oleksyn, Hubert Parenteau, Denise Peterkin, Thelma Hnatuk, Richard Parenteau, RoseMarie Phaneuf, David Parenteau, Paullette Parenteau and John Zolinski. David is survived by his wife Gillian Iddiols (nee Parenteau), sons Christopher (Sandy Sherard), and Peter (Vanda MacAlpine) and daughter Julie-Ann Dron (Jeffrey), Grandchildren Rhiannon Osmack (Nico McDaniels), Amanda Dirks (Darcy), David Dron, Christopher Lee Iddiols, Chelsea Iddiols (Sam) and Ryan Iddiols (Melissa Krill) and Great Grandchildren Troy Lee Iddiols, Caleb Osmack, Jax Dirks and Raven and River Osmack , brother Roger (Eleanor) Birtles and sister Wendy (Hugh) Hemmingway and in laws Alex Hnatuk, Wilferd and Marlyn Parenteau, Doug and Bonnie Parenteau, Edward Parenteau, Kelly Parenteau, Kathy Zolinski, Christin and Tom Wunderlich, Desnise Parenteau, Edward Phaneuf, Carol Parenteau and many nieces and nephew.David joined the Canadian Air Force at the age of 17, working his way up through the ranks becoming a commissioned officer as an Air Defense Weapons Specialist with the rank of Captain. He retired in 1990 after 36 years of service, mostly attached to NORAD, working both in the United States and Canada Continue reading


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Coronavirus pandemic could affect cancer incidence and quality of health care in the future – The Times Hub

The coronavirus pandemic that has swept the whole world may affect the incidence of cancer and the quality of medical care in the future. This is indicated by a report by experts from the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR). Image via: pexeles.com According to the report, the number of cancer survivors in the United States has reached a record high more than 16.9 million people. Continue reading


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10 People Who Almost Starred In The First X-Men Movie – Screen Rant

These actors narrowly missed out on being in the first X-Men movie, and we can only imagine if they had been... X-Men, released in 2000, predates the superhero craze by a decade. This much-anticipated adaptation of the beloved Marvel Comics gang of mutants features an ensemble cast, most of whom would continue to act in the franchise's 12 additional films, which ranges fromX-Men sequels to spin-offs likeDeadpool Continue reading


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Matthew Modine Reflects on ‘Full Metal Jacket’ and the One Similarity Between Stanley Kubrick and Christopher Nolan – Hollywood Reporter

Stanley and I talked about that. He said that, I always get blamed for doing lots of takes. Continue reading


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Friday The 13th: 10 Facts About Jason Voorhees Every Fan Should Know – Screen Rant

Friday the 13th wouldn't be the horror franchise it is without Jason Voorhees. This is everything fans should know about him! Jason Voorhees is one of the most dangerous horror villains to ever exist. From his immense strength to his seemingly unstoppable durability, it is no secret that he is almost invincible Continue reading


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In ruling written before his death, SJC Chief Justice Gants tells judges to address jury deliberations infected by racial or ethnic bias – The Boston…

The court unanimously ruled that Khamal McCalop can investigate whether racial bias led to his 2017 Suffolk Superior Court conviction for illegal gun possession and vacated his subsequent guilty plea to an armed career criminal enhancement because it was based on a potentially unconstitutional jury verdict. "This was a nice reminder that racism is still alive and that is an evil that continues to harm us at every stage of the criminal justice system from investigation, to arrest, to the trial and even the appeal process,'' said Christopher Lee Malcolm, McCalops defense attorney whose encounter with a crying juror led to the courts ruling. At issue was the prosecution of McCalop as an armed career criminal after jurors found him guilty of a number of gun charges Continue reading


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