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Halloween Kills (2020) – Official Trailer

Jamie Lee Curtis returns to her iconic role as Laurie Strode, who comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.

Halo 3 PC Release Date Announced, And It’s Very Soon

2007's Halo 3 is regarded by many Halo fans to be among the very best Halo games, but to date it's only ever been available on console.

Photography Showcase – La Cuarentena

During this time we are living in, there are so many feelings of anxiety and uncertainty. New York is currently reporting some of the largest numbers of COVID-19 cases.

Fashion Editorial – BLOOMING IN HER OWN PACE

Our body is like a delicate flower. We have to care for it and treat it with love and respect. Delicate doesn’t mean weak, it means to be conscious of our health, body and pure beauty.

Nude Showcase – Arcana

Solis Magazine Nude Showcase - Arcana presented by Photographer: Matteo Sinesi, Model: Arcana

Zootopia Beats Avengers at the Weekend Box Office, What Year Is It Again?

With almost no new movies playing at what few theaters are open in the U.S. Zootopia topped the box office.

Katy Perry – Daisies (Can’t Cancel Pride)

Directors: Ashley Evans, Antony Ginandjar, Producer: Baz Halpin, Silent House Productions..Music video by Katy Perry performing Daisies (Can't Cancel Pride). © 2020 Capitol Records, LLC

Ghost of Tsushima – A Storm is Coming Trailer | PS4

Ghost of Tsushima (/ˈtsuʃiˌmɑː/) is an upcoming action-adventure game developed by Sucker Punch Productions and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for PlayStation 4.

Men’s Fashion Editorial – BODACIOUS

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The story behind this editorial is the desire to show an attitude. Bodacious is about reflecting a strong personal reinterpretation of the existing trends to create a fresh and original style.

Artist Showcase – Tales of Hungary

This travel photography series aims to document Hungary in a pop manner, skipping its capital to portray less common destinations: Holloko, Eger, Valley of the Beautiful Women, Hortobagy (Mátai Ménes), Debrecen, Szeged, Tihany, Heviz, Balaton Lake and Oriszentpeter.