Month: June 2021

Resident Evil Village succeeds in telling its horror story by merging superstition and science. No character better reflects this curious mix than Mother Miranda, both a genius biologist and a cult leader. By feeding on people’s fears and beliefs, Mother Miranda established herself as a holy figure, a facade built carefully over time in order
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Photography courtesy of MOB BeautyIncluding a new body care collection from Alicia Keys, the latest from MOB beauty and more. By Melissa Perdigao Date June 12, 2021 Facebook Twitter Evio’s new lip serum supports domestic violence safe houses Female-founded Canadian beauty brand Evio’s latest Hemp & Peppermint Lip Serum does more than nourish lips. Alongside
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Under Armour’s 2021 Pride collection — United We Win — is here! According to promotional materials, each piece was designed by their LGBTQ+ teammate resource group, UNIFIED. The handwriting and drawings on select items in this collection were inspired by the “original Pride march in 1970.” UNIFIED’s commerce lead RJ Mansfield said, “We used everyone’s
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A word-racing duel! I’m not a big fan of word games in general. However, there are a few that buck the trend and end up being word games I enjoy playing. For example, though millions of people love playing Scrabble, I steer clear of it. Yet I quite enjoy playing Boggle. And the team word
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[embedded content] Subscribe to Nintendo Life on YouTube Skateboarding has experienced a bit of a resurgence in the land of video games over the past few years. For example, in just a few weeks the Birdman himself is bringing Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 to the Nintendo Switch. If you’re looking for something
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[Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers for Mythic Quest, Season 2 Episode 7, “Peter.”] Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet is nearing the end of its second season, and the journey so far has been extraordinary. The Apple TV+ comedy’s newest episode, “Peter,” features game tester Rachel (Ashly Burch) accompanying famed sci-fi author and creative consultant C.W.
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The Conjuring movies are back, and this time it’s not Annabelle or a demonic nun you need to worry about, the latest entry is an outright sequel in the original franchise with The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It. Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga‘s demon-hunting duo Ed and Lorraine Warren are back, but
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I couldn’t inhale the first five episodes of Lupin, the French-language mystery-heist-thriller series, fast enough. Starring the endlessly charming, complicated, and fierce Omar Sy as a gentleman thief inspired by Maurice Leblanc‘s classic literary character Arsène Lupin, the front half of Netflix’s roller-coaster gave me addictive thrills bolstered by uncommonly intentional filmmaking and emotional resonance
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Back by popular demand we’ll be scaling back to 1-2 emails per week. Our Sponsored email on Tuesday’s and our Newsletter on Friday’s.  Make sure you make it to the bottom of this email for some NEWS and Giveaways from us! In case you missed any of these during our daily emails: There was a
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The highly anticipated adaptation of the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical In the Heights finally premiered in theaters and on HBO Max this week. The film is based on the stage musical of the same name written by Quiara Alegría Hudes with music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda. The film was originally set to premiere this
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Courtesy of Chanel / Kristen White Pharrell Williams founded Black Ambition, an equity-focused initiative that aims to level the uneven playing fields across industries and shine a light on Black and Latinx students and entrepreneurs from historically Black colleges and universities, or HBCUs. Taking its support to new heights, the nonprofit organization has teamed up
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