No joke -- autumn's going to be a killer movie season.Niko Tavernise/Warner Bros. Pictures via AP
It’s time to fall for autumn’s packed slate of blockbuster box office hopefuls, high-profile biopics, buzzy sequels and even a literary adaptation. Here are The Post’s top picks for movies to look for in the coming months.
“It: Chapter Two”
The first film of this two-part Stephen King adaptation jumpstarted the horror genre in 2017, surpassing “The Exorcist” as the highest grossing film of its kind. So fright fans are absolutely salivating for “Chapter Two.” Twenty-seven years after Pennywise the Clown (Bill Skarsgård) terrorized Derry, Maine, the now-adult pals (Bill Hader, Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy) reunite to pop his red balloon once and for all.
True Muzik’s latest single “Never Rest” admonishes believers to adamantly preach the gospel of Jesus Christ despite the amount of persecution they may face. Though they may get tired and weary, it is with the utmost importance that they continue to tell everyone the good news. Ephesians 5:16 commands believers to “redeem the time, because the days are evil”. So they must never rest trying to advance the kingdom of God!
Me and Zay met through some mutual friends. He knew Shawn Holiday, Senior VP at Sony, who helped A&R my last album All Things Work Together.He also knew 1K Phew, a young artist that he was grooming and who I later signed to my label Reach Records.
Seasoned, positive hip-hop group Royal Ruckus returns from hiatus with an all-new EP,Unexpected Joy, a story of a journey from darkness to hope and joy, featuring KJ-52, Knowdaverbs, and Krum.
The artistic duo of Chunjay and Flatline are two-decade veterans of the indie and professional music scenes. After a few years off, Chunjay took the show on tour, playing the AudioFeed Festival in 2017 and 50-something other cities across the country, most lately frequenting intimate venues like breweries, bars, coffee shops, concert halls, and a few churches.
"We always try to have a good time when performing, and draw people into a meaningful experience. We used to play youth groups, now we play more bars. Venues like these make music a full-contact sport—I can look into the audience's eyes,” said Chunjay.
“Fedel is an artist who loves God, who loves people, and is here to bring hope.”
On August 22nd, Fedel released an EP called Church Trap. The Dallas, Texas artist considers it to be the best representation of his story, growing up both in the church and the trap.
Though his father was a minister, Fedel explained that the dangerous neighborhood he grew up in made more sense than his home. “My home was so toxic.” His parents were constantly arguing and eventually split. Living in Memphis, Tennessee, known for having one of the highest murder rates in the nation, he was often facing the fear of violence.
Fiverris a site that allows creators and entrepreneurs to sell their services, in a similar manner toUpWorkorFreelancer. However, Fiverr stands out by being more flexible and having a personality entirely its own. In this post, we’re going to look at how to make money on Fiverr and flex our creativity. You’ll see that it’s much more than a gimmicky way to make a quick buck, and that there is actually a lot of potential here for a resourceful seller.
IFA 2019is coming to a close, and what a busy week it’s been.
The biggest news of the week? We were able to go hands-on with theHuawei Mate XandSamsung Galaxy Foldagain. Both phones have been updated since their original versions, and the changes are pretty interesting.
Sociologists have long suggested that Christian women are more religious than men, but Blake Victor Kent wondered if this discrepancy has something to do with gender differences and intimacy.A former pastor who grew up in the evangelical church, Kent took interest in how gender roles were articulated abstractly but then lived out differently. He saw a disconnect. For example, he noticed that some evangelicals draw firm theological boundaries around formal leadership but then allow women to lead informally all the time.During graduate school, some prominent research on gender caught Kent’s eye and made him wonder if sociologists were missing part of the story. A study by John Hoffmann and John Bartkowski found that women are more likely than men to view the Bible as the literal Word of God. The authors viewed this result as a comment on female social standing in the church, a…See More