Joe Jonas, Sophie Turner’s Hit & Run Driver Can’t Be Charged for Killing Dog

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner aren’t going to find justice for the hit and run death of their dog in a criminal case — they’ll have to take it up in civil court if they want retribution. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … the driver who struck and…

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Killing Them Softly – Andrew Dominik

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Killing Them Softly

Andrew Dominik

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: November 30, 2012


During the economic turmoil of 2008, Jackie Cogan (Brad Pitt of INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS, FIGHT CLUB), an enforcer, is hired to restore order after three idiots rob a mob-protected poker game, causing the local criminal economy to collapse. Also starring James Gandolfini (TV's THE SOPRANOS, 8MM), Richard Jenkins (THE VISITOR, STEP BROTHERS), and Ray Liotta (GOODFELLAS, IDENTITY).

© © 2012 Cogans Film Holdings, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Nick DiPaolo: Another Senseless Killing – Scott Gawlick

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Nick DiPaolo: Another Senseless Killing

Scott Gawlick

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: February 17, 2015


If you've never seen Nick Di Paolo live, this intimate setting captures the essence of what makes him stand out from other comics. "Another Senseless Killing" is 56 minutes of funny, ferocious, but always clever material. In Di Paolo's fifth special he skillfully mines the humor in such light hearted topics as Suicide and Roadside Memorials while also educating you on the finer points of A**hole Bleaching and the Evolution of Pornography.

© © 2014 Acid Tongue Inc

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Killing Elephants – Vorgan

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Killing Elephants

Vorgan

Genre: Fiction & Literature

Publish Date: April 23, 2015

Publisher: Vorgan

Seller: Remmy Torres


Killing Elephants by David Bennett [Biographical Novel] A shy young man meets his roommate on his first day of college and both their lives take an unexpected twist when they discover an ingenious method that will turn them into millionaires… Who was David Bennett? How did he reach wealth at such a young age? And why is he considered one of the most intriguing figures of our time? At last the whole story unfolds. From his beginnings as a timid and fearful-of-the-world kid, and his first encounter with his arrogant roommate (who shared with him a number of ideas capable of giving seemingly impossible capabilities to those who execute them), to the strange method that he had to devise to put them into practice. Written with shrewd eloquence and in an addictive style, David offers us a window into his interesting though mysterious past, and guides us by the hand through the same ideas that led him to become the man he is. “An autobiography written with the same richness and intrigue that would be expected from the best fiction novel.” ~ Sally Hesper, creative director of Vorgan Inc.

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‘Killing Eve’ plunges back in right where it left off

Picking up almost immediately where its much-ballyhooed first season concluded, “Killing Eve” deftly continues the cat-and-mouse game that made this BBC America series one of 2018’s most pleasant surprises — an espionage caper loaded with dry wit, dark comedy and two splendid central performances.


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Episode 449 Scott Adams: PART2 College Admissions Scandal, “Fine People” Hoax, Baby Killing Hoax, Insurance Policy Hoax

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  • The defining characteristic of the right, “rules based people”
  • Transgender athletes: The question of “fairness”
  • Is Alyssa Milano fighting for right to murder babies after birth?
  • “Modern abortion techniques do NOT result in live birth”
    • Any baby born is a citizen…you can’t murder a citizen
  • Nick Searcy and others say you need to read between the lines
    • Law clearly says you can’t kill a live born baby
    • Nick and others say read between the lines, read their minds
    • Laws that allow the murder of born babies…are a hoax

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Boosie Threatens His Daughter’s Mother, Allegedly Confesses To Killing Her Brother? [VIDEO]

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If the where’s smoke there is fire logic still applies things might get bad very quickly for Boosie. His daughter’s mother made some damming accusations against him via Instagram.

Rochelle Wagner went live on her baby girl’s Instagram account in effort to clear the perception that Bad Azz should win father of the year award. Tori’s mom goes on to detail how the two met when they were teenagers and regrets having a child with him.

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She went on to play some voicemails from someone who sounds like BooPac. In the phone clips the man threatens to blacken her daughter’s eye and kill her (“put a bag on her head”) like he did her brother. She explains her brother was murdered with many locals thinking Boosie orchestrated the crime.

Naturally, the news of her allegations drew a prompt response from the “Set It Off” rapper. In his own Instagram Live story, Boosie downplayed her credibility by accusing her of being promiscuous and a petty thief. For the record, he did not address the aforementioned threats or having a hand in the death of her brother.

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In 2012 Boosie was acquitted on murder charges for the death of Terry Boyd who is the older brother of Wagner. During trial Rochelle took the stand stating her sibling and Boosie did not have any problems.

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Texas Shooting Suspect Partook in Church Dance Days Before Killing

[[tmz:video id=”0_32mu1ccf”]] The student arrested for gunning down 10 people at his high school appeared to be nothing more than a church-going dancer mere days before the shooting. TMZ has obtained video of 17-year-old Dimitrios…

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Three Sustainable Clothing Companies That Are (Figuratively) Killing It

The clothing industry in general has, over the years, tended to kinda suck when it comes to its environmental footprint and other societal issues. Obviously working conditions are a biggie, particularly overseas. Thankfully that perception is starting to change in some respects, as brands try to catch up (and cash in) on the whole sustainability thing. 

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Killing Ground – Damien Power

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Killing Ground

Damien Power

Genre: Thriller

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: July 21, 2017


A couple's romantic camping trip becomes a desperate fight for survival in this ultra-raw, unhinged kill ride. In need of a break from the pressures of their life in the city, Sam (Harriet Dyer) and Ian (Ian Meadows) head to a remote beach for a weekend getaway. When they come across an abandoned campsite, with no trace of its occupants, they're concerned. When they discover a lone, traumatized child nearby, they're scared. And when they encounter two local sociopaths, they're in for a hell of a bad time. Weaving with unexpected twists and turns, Killing Ground delivers both nerve-shredding suspense and gut-punching realism.

© © 2016 HYPERGIANT FILMS Pty Ltd

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The Killing Fields – Roland Joffé

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The Killing Fields

Roland Joffé

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: November 2, 1984


Winner of 3 Academy Awards! A New York Times reporter and his Cambodian aide are harrowingly trapped in Cambodia's 1975 Khmer Rouge revolution. Sam Waterston, John Malkovich and Haing S. Ngor (Best Supporting Actor Oscar and Golden Globe winner) star in this shattering true story.

© © 1984 Warner Bros Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Killing For Love – Marcus Vetter & Karin Steinberger

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Killing For Love

Marcus Vetter & Karin Steinberger

Genre: Documentary

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: December 15, 2017


March 30, 1985: Derek and Nancy Haysom are discovered brutally murdered at their home in Lynchburg, Virginia. The subsequent arrest and conviction of the couple's daughter Elizabeth, a wealthy scholarship student at the University of Virginia, and her boyfriend Jens Söring, the brilliant son of a German diplomat, set off a media frenzy, becoming the first trial of its kind to be nationally televised. But what if the justice system got it all wrong? This gripping true crime tale untangles the web of romantic obsession and betrayal that may have led an innocent man to make the ultimate sacrifice for love: take the fall for a murder he didn't commit. Featuring the voices of Daniel Brühl and Imogen Poots.

© © 2016 FILMPERSPEKTIVE

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The Killing of a Sacred Deer – Yorgos Lanthimos

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The Killing of a Sacred Deer

Yorgos Lanthimos

Genre: Thriller

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: October 20, 2017


Dr. Steven Murphy (Colin Farrell) is a renowned cardiovascular surgeon presiding over a spotless household with his ophthalmologist wife Anna (Nicole Kidman) and their two exemplary children, 12-year-old Bob (Sunny Suljic) and 14-year-old Kim (Raffey Cassidy). Lurking at the margins of his idyllic suburban existence is Martin (Barry Keoghan), a fatherless teen who Steven has covertly taken under his wing. As Martin begins insinuating himself into the family’s life in ever-more unsettling displays, the full scope of his intent becomes menacingly clear when he confronts Steven with a long-forgotten transgression that will shatter the Murphy family’s domestic bliss. Lanthimos has crafted a sensational thriller brimming with unsettling humor and creeping dread, steeped in Greek tragedy, existential horror, Hitchcockian psychodrama, and riveting suspense. Darting confidently between genres to subvert our expectations at every turn, The Killing of a Sacred Deer firmly cements Lanthimos in the pantheon of world-class auteurs and marks him as a cinematic provocateur without precedent.

© © 2017 EP Sacred Deer Limited, Channel Four Television Corporation, New Sparta Films Limited

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Three Sustainable Clothing Companies That Are (Figuratively) Killing It

The clothing industry in general has, over the years, tended to kinda suck when it comes to its environmental footprint and other societal issues. Obviously working conditions are a biggie, particularly overseas. Thankfully that perception is starting to change in some respects, as brands try to catch up (and cash in) on the whole sustainability thing. 

There have always been

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The Killing Moon – V. J. Chambers

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The Killing Moon

V. J. Chambers

Genre: Paranormal

Publish Date: February 16, 2013

Publisher: V. J. Chambers

Seller: Smashwords


Six months ago, werewolf tracker Dana Gray barely escaped from Cole Randall, the wolf serial killer who kept her in his basement torturing her. Toying with her. He almost killed her, but he couldn’t. He let her live. Now, she finds herself obsessed with Cole. His voice haunts her, hypnotic and liquid, flowing through her, both horrifying and arousing. She can’t shut him up. At her job, she struggles with a bewildering case in which rehabilitated werewolves are going astray and killing again. From his maximum security cell, Cole claims he has all the answers. But he'll only talk to Dana. Maybe Cole knows something. Maybe he doesn’t. Dana doesn’t know. She only knows she’s grateful for the excuse to go to him. And once she hears his voice again, she’ll do anything to see him, whether it helps the case or not.

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The Act of Killing (Director’s Cut) – Joshua Oppenheimer

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The Act of Killing (Director’s Cut)

Joshua Oppenheimer

Genre: Documentary

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: August 31, 2013


In this chilling and inventive documentary, executive produced by Errol Morris (The Fog of War) and Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man), the filmmakers examine a country where death squad leaders are celebrated as heroes, challenging them to reenact their real-life mass-killings in the style of the American movies they love. The hallucinatory result is a cinematic fever dream, an unsettling journey deep into the imaginations of mass-murderers and the shockingly banal regime of corruption and impunity they inhabit. Shaking audiences at the 2012 Toronto and Telluride Film Festivals and winning an Audience Award at the 2013 Berlin International Film Festival.

© © 2013 Final Cut For Real

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Nick DiPaolo: Another Senseless Killing – Scott Gawlick

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Nick DiPaolo: Another Senseless Killing

Scott Gawlick

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: February 17, 2015


If you've never seen Nick Di Paolo live, this intimate setting captures the essence of what makes him stand out from other comics. "Another Senseless Killing" is 56 minutes of funny, ferocious, but always clever material. In Di Paolo's fifth special he skillfully mines the humor in such light hearted topics as Suicide and Roadside Memorials while also educating you on the finer points of A**hole Bleaching and the Evolution of Pornography.

© © 2014 Acid Tongue Inc

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Diddy and Drake — We Decided to Become Partners … and We’re Gonna Make a Killing

Now we know why Diddy and Drake declared a truce … they decided peace can be highly profitable for both of them. We found out the former enemies met at 1:00 AM Monday at Mel’s Drive-In in West Hollywood … just the 2 of them,…

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NBA’s Thabo Sefolosha — Too Injured to Attend Playoff Games … ‘It’s Killing Him’

ATL Hawks forward Thabo Sefalosha hasn’t been able to attend a SINGLE playoff game due to the injuries he suffered during an altercation with the NYPD and he’s “devastated” … sources tell TMZ Sports.  As we previously reported, Sefalosha claims he…

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Is Social Media Killing Your Marriage?

Today I have a few questions for you: Are you in a relationship? When you are cozy on the sofa, watching your favorite TV show, where is your partner’s cellphone? Is it next to yours on the coffee table? Or does he keep it in his pocket, locked with a passcode and while it rings and beeps, throughout the evening and he checks it only when you get up to refresh the popcorn? Why does it matter? Continue reading and you’ll find out.

Social media is evolving at an alarming speed, with smartphones replacing simple cell phones, offering a whole new world of fast, direct and discreet communication options. Serving as multimedia datacenters, smartphones manage every kind of relationship. Social media applications lower inhibitions and barriers, making it simpler than ever to find contact nearly anyone. Why make a phone call when you can send private message with a picture or video to better engage the recipient?

Countless apps exist to exchange provocative pictures and messages, so that it is easier than ever to maintain multiple ‘virtual’ and real life relationships in secret. Emotional and physical affairs are now delivered on demand thanks to social media and technology. When talking with my clients the cellphone is often an important subject. Fascinated by the subject, I started to do a bit of research.

Facebook & Social Media
The website Facebookcheating.com is devoted to helping those struggling in their marriage due to an unfaithful partner’s use of Facebook. The site claims that Facebook is to blame for 1 in 3 divorces. But is this really accurate? According to a Boston University study Facebook is ‘a significant predictor of divorce rate and spousal troubles, in the United States’. “People who use social media are 32% more likely to leave their spouse”. The researchers added: “We believe being aware of this situation will empower Facebook users to better understand the implications of their activities and then allow them to make much more informed decisions.”

The Twitter effect & WhatsApp
Others are talking about the Twitter effect. A doctoral student at the University of Missouri School of Journalism, found that active Twitter users are far more likely to experience Twitter-related conflicts with their romantic partners. The research shows that these conflicts can lead to emotional and physical cheating, and even end in breakup and divorce. Outside the United States Gian Ettore Gassani president of the Italian Association of Matrimonial Lawyers, told the Times of London that ‘forty per cent of adulterous divorce cases in Italy cite WhatsApp messages as evidence of unfaithfulness. Mr Gassani added: “Social media has boosted betrayal in Italy by making it easier, first through texting, then Facebook, and now WhatsApp.”

Based on the research above and my own experience with thousands of distressed couples, I agree that social networking is linked to marital happiness cheating and divorce. Social media makes it much easier to have emotional and physical affairs. On the other hand times are changing and we live in a digital era where everything is accelerating continuously. Social media is increasingly a part of our daily lives and cutting off all use is not a realistic solution.

So how do we figure out what is a normal use of social media and what could spell danger for relationships?

If your partner consistently makes his cellphone invisible to you, locks his phone with a passcode or never uses it in your presence, he may have something to hide. The distractions and temptations presented by the digital world force us to work harder for healthy relationships. That is why it’s essential to insist on openness and clear communication, instead of succumbing to the fantasy on your smartphone.

There is hope. We know that a leading cause of a relationship break down is the lack of communication between spouses. As a result, many are distracted by social media in search of a third person to meet their emotional and mental needs, which ultimately leads to cheating. Mutual communication and listening are the essence of any good relationship; without them separation and divorce are inevitable.

Do we all become a victim of the ‘social media monster’?

Do not allow your relationship to become a victim of ‘the social media monster’. My advice is to invest time in your relationship. Communicate and share what’s on your mind, and even more importantly listen to your partner. The future of your relationship depends on it.

Email, tweets, likes, photos and comments can wait, especially since they are no substitution for actual human contact. And if you are just too easily distracted, there is always another option: put your phone on silent.
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The Place Behind the Pines: “The Killing” Ends in Light

“Detectives Sarah Linden and Stephen Holder are deeply affected by the murders they investigate in this dark, acclaimed series,” or so says Netflix, in its description of the show it acquired from AMC. Season Four premiered August 1, 2014 on Netflix and Linden and Holder continue to be “deeply affected,” — they are after all murder police. In the series’ final moments, however, these characters are lighter, fluid: Linden (Mireille Enos) smiles, and her lips do not crack; Holder (Joel Kinnaman) is less grey, in fact, his sneakers are meticulously white. The years of banter, witty cop repartee and underlying sexual tension culminates with no Hollywood kiss. Rather, the two hold each other in a gaze that’s full of gravitas and the promise of partnership, doing the work of “showing up” — one of Season Four’s reigning metaphors. These are a pair of broken people who get each other. Boiled down, the show is about that dynamic, which is why the ending works.

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Some critics have called the ending unexpected, but the coupling feels right to me, as Linden, a perpetual runner, realizes home is with Holder — her “best friend,” and Holder’s eyes are no longer darting from here to there, tweaking out on whatever dogma will get him through the day: no, they are on this woman. This emotionally stunted, absentee mother has the capacity to love and care, to grieve and let go, all on her terms. As they’ve always been, Linden and Holder are both variations on the anti-hero. And that’s the thing about people who are “deeply affected;” they don’t always live in a functioning reality.

The pacing throughout this season was tight, with key episodes “The Good Soldier” (Episode 3) directed by Ed Bianchi and “Eden” (Series Finale) directed by Jonathan Demme creating a compelling arc of secrets that give themselves away, even in this land shielded by tall pines and unrelenting rain. The spectacle and melody of this crime drama always compelled me. To that end, the score, originally composed by Frans Bak for Forbrydelsen, the Danish series upon which The Killing is based, continues to do its job in this final season, patrolling the episodes and evoking tension. Bak’s familiar and well-structured soundtrack is not only haunting, but melodic, moody and steady, with percussive elements that build in turn with the emotional tension being played out on screen, more subtly than in previous seasons.

This season, our leads, more than ever are faced with seeing the monster within. Like cult crime drama favorites — Twin Peaks, True DetectiveThe Killing examines the place behind the pines, literally the seedy city built upon waterfront corruption, runaways and teen hookers. This is the brutality of the world Linden and Holder must make sense of, offset by the shades of Puget Sound. Moments when the camera pans back to the landscape feel naturalistic and meditative, a necessary complement to close-ups of blood spatter. These moments allow us to be enveloped by the fullness of the world as we spend time with its flawed but “deeply affected” characters. Throughout the season, Holder and Linden alternatively unravel with uncharacteristic rookie mistakes as they try to cover up the murder of Lieutenant Skinner, a.k.a serial killer, the Pied Piper. Linden misplaces shell casings discharged during Skinner’s execution and returns to the scene of the crime. Coming off of a drug binge, Holder looks for God and confesses to the murder in a N.A. meeting. These “slip-ups” force the characters to get caught and show up for the consequences behind their transgressions.

As the series wraps, we are left in a flash forward to years later, when the characters are no longer cloaked in firs and storm clouds, but rather illuminated by — of all things — the sun. They have grown younger having shed the skin of their badges, and series creator, Veena Sud leaves us thinking about a world where Linden and Holder can feel as opposed to being “deeply affected.”
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Are Music Festivals Killing the Live Music Venue Vibe?

Are Music Festivals Killing the Live Music Venue Vibe?In Austin, where classic venues like Emo's and Antone's have been forced out of their downtown locations in part due to rising operating costs, music festivals can be seen as a partial if not a root cause of less patronage to these businesses over the last decade before their closings.



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