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‘She Who Must Burn’ is a thoughtful condemnation of extremists that doubles as an intense drama and engaging thriller. Shot in Vancouver, the film plays The Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival.

Janet Russell earns nomination for 2015 'Best of Long Island'

Acclaimed psychic and medium Janet Russell has received a 2015 nomination for "Best of Long Island" in the "Psychic" category.

Review: ‘James White’ is a no-holds-barred emotional rollercoaster Special

‘James White’ is an intensely emotional portrait of a young man who bottles up his own issues to help his mother during a difficult time.

Review: ‘Farhope Tower’ of terror opens Canadian horror fest Special

‘Farhope Tower’ is a competent haunted house story that is constantly building out its narrative without ever straying too far from its core plot. Shot in Niagara Falls, the film opens The Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival.

Op-Ed: Broadway in Sonoma, Transcendence Theatre's gift for the Holidays Special

The beauty of the wine country attracts and inspires many people, among them is Transcendence Theatre Company. For over four years, this eclectic group of Broadway-based performers have won over the Sonoma Valley.

Study shows: Millennials still tuning in for traditional TV

Just in time for World Television Day (November 21), new statistics show that despite many millennials using mobile devices to watch TV, televisions are still as relevant and appreciated as ever.

Review: A Marvel Universe divided: 'Captain America: Civil War' Trailer

With the hype machine running at full speed, ‘Captain America: Civil War’ pulls no punches as it turns the fan-boy dial to 11.

Review: The red and green in this week’s releases aren’t the jolly kind Special

This week’s releases include a little horror for the holidays; an animated Oscar contender; another witty season of female-driven comedy; and possibly the greatest bad movie ever made.

Actress Katherine Castro talks about her upcoming films Special

Actress Katherine Castro chatted with Digital Journal about her latest movie ‘Reinbou’, her role in ‘American Violence’ being released December 8th and being an actress in Los Angeles.

Review: It’s back to the runway for Stiller in 'Zoolander No. 2'— Trailer

It’s been 15 long years since Derek Zoolander saved the world of high-fashion. Will his Magnum look be enough to keep audiences coming back?

Veteran entertainer Wayne Newton talks Casa de Shenandoah Special

Veteran entertainer Wayne Newton, who is also known as Mr. Las Vegas, chatted with Digital Journal about his estate, Casa de Shenandoah.

Review: ‘The Huntsman: Winter's War’ seems a bit cold— Trailer

In an attempt to expand on the lackluster 'Snow White and the Huntsman’ brand, 'The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ casts big talent for what looks to be a cash grab sequel.

Catching up with Blake Cooper Griffin: New Year's Resolutions Special

Digital Journal catches up with actor Blake Cooper Griffin on his latest endeavors, which include his Thanksgiving plans and New Year's resolutions.

Why R2D2 is one of Star Wars' most beloved characters Special

On Dec.18, we’re getting another taste of the Star Wars franchise, so it only seems appropriate to revisit one of the series’ most beloved characters, R2D2, from the robotics experts who created him in 1977.

Review: Ron Perlman and Rupert Grint conspire for ‘Moonwalkers’— Trailer

‘Moonwalkers’ takes a psychedelic trip into one of the strangest conspiracy theories in history. Was Stanley Kubrick hired to fake man’s first steps on the Moon?

Review: Trailer: Will Smith tackles a relevant issue in 'Concussion'

In the latest film from Will Smith, ‘Concussion' tells the true story of Dr. Bennet Omalu and his study on head trauma in professional football.

Review: Frank Caliendo performs at The Paramount on Long Island Special

On November 21, comedian Frank Caliendo returned to The Paramount in Huntington and performed his well-received comedy show.

Review: Delights of a secret cinema deep underground Special

Apart from blockbuster movies, cinema is struggling as an art form, facing competition from home cinema and games. To find new ways to keep interest in film alive, pop-up cinemas are appearing. Digital Journal visited one deep underground in London.

Op-Ed: Third generation is now taking the leadership of Dickens Fair Special

The annual Great Dickens Christmas Fair starts early this year, ahead of 'Black Friday.' The fair's opening day is Nov. 21.

Review: Saoirse Ronan sweeps viewers off their feet in ‘Brooklyn’ Special

‘Brooklyn’ is a charming tale of love and finding one’s home that is carried exquisitely by Saoirse Ronan who plays an Irish immigrant making a fresh start in the New York borough.

Teaser trailer out for miniseries of Stephen King's '11.22.63'

Recently it was reported that the Stephen King novel, "11/22/63" was being adapted to an eight-part miniseries on Hulu. The story tells the tale of a man, going back in time to try to stop the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy.

Review: Henry Rollins shows you why 'He Never Died’— Red Band Trailer

In the new film 'He Never Died,' Henry Rollins faces a dark past while working through anger issues. And it's kinda funny.

Katelyn Nacon from 'The Walking Dead' discusses acting, music Special

Actress Katelyn Nacon from "The Walking Dead" chatted with Digital Journal about her experiences on the show, and her latest musical effort.

Toy tester for Toys 'R' Us to retire at age 14 [Video]

An official toy tester working for Toys 'R' Us is about to retire — at the grand old age of 14. Alex Thorne has done the job for three years, but now he’s reached the maximum age — he "can’t hog the awesomeness of this job” any longer.

Review: This week signals the start of holiday release season Special

This week’s releases include new gory, lenticular Blu-ray packaging for a popular series; the conclusion of a series and another that just seems to be getting started; and a box set that significantly extends your viewing experience beyond the Shire.

Brad Pitt learned to paint from artist Colin Davidson

In a recent interview, renowned artist Colin Davidson told Irish TV he had been approached some years ago to teach Hollywood actor Brad Pitt to paint. While at first he turned him down, he did eventually go ahead.

Interview: Jo Weil talks new music in the works, plans for 2016 Special

Acclaimed German actor Jo Weil chatted with Digital Journal about his plans for the future, especially what is in store in 2016.

Review: ‘Love the Coopers’ is smothered in sugary melodrama Special

‘Love the Coopers’ is the latest middling compilation of characters trying to navigate the holidays with their equally dissatisfied family members.

Review: Doctor Who Festival materializes in London Special

The Doctor Who Festival is a celebratory event for 2015, taking place in several venues worldwide. During November, the event reached London, taking over the Excel Centre for three days. Digital Journal paid a visit.

Review: ‘Heist’ plays to its actors’ strengths Special

‘Heist’ is the story of a good guy stuck on a bus in a bad situation, trying to keep it from getting worse and avoid jail time.

U.S. Music News: Aerosmith cancels 2016 North American tour

Steven Tyler is set on making a name in country music, even if it means costing fans of Aerosmith a chance to hear and see the legendary rock band in 2016.

Rachael Yamagata recounts her journey to musical independence Special

Rachael Yamagata breaks the mold of the singer/songwriter stereotype and the DIY indie-artist model. The woman behind a litany of "troubadour of heartbreak" songs talks about her new album, learning the music biz, love and her anger over injustice.

Canadians Justin Bieber and Seth Rogen shake hands, end feud

Actor and writer Seth Rogen, seemingly for no good reason, made a habit of trashing a fellow Canadian entertainer, the singer, songwriter and musician Justin Bieber. Rogen made an abrupt about-face this week and apologized.

Gilles Marini back with new American Cancer Society initiative

Heartthrob actor Gilles Marini is back with his new initiative, which he has filmed for the American Cancer Association.

'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' is back with new sequel

The popular comedy "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" is back with its new sequel, "My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2," starring Nia Vardalos.

Review: New on DVD for November 10 Special

This week’s releases include an incredibly well-planned spin-off series; a less successful reboot; a stirring and unique post-apocalypse film; and a TV series that always seems to balance out.

Review: 'The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun’— Debut trailer

With a title as descriptive as ’The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun,’ one would expect the trailer to give away the plot. Wrong.

Film vs. Digital: Can there ever be a winner?

The film vs. digital debate has been waged for more than a decade with the latter gaining momentum. So why were two of the most anticipated December releases — ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ and ‘The Hateful Eight’ — still shot on film?

Criss Angel's 'Believe' honored as 'Best Magic Show' in Las Vegas

Magician Criss Angel has yet another milestone to celebrate with his "Believe" production. It was named "Best Magic Show" by In Vegas Magazine.

Review: ‘Finding Dory’ looks swimmingly good — Trailer

Heading back to the ocean, Pixar entices audiences with the teaser for ‘Finding Dory,’ the long talked about sequel to the 2003 hit ‘Finding Nemo.’

Universal pulls 'Jem and the Holograms' from 2,000+ theaters

Generally, 2015 has been an incredible year for Universal. It's responsible for three of the top five earners in the country: 'Jurassic World,' 'Furious 7,' and 'Minions.'
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