Amber Rose is getting the Halloween festivities off to an early start! The model celebrated her 31st birthday on Monday night with a costume party that looked like one amazing time.
The recently-single lady decided to dress up as a zombie version of Peg Bundy from "Married with Children," sporting a skin-tight leopard print bodysuit, red bouffant wig and blood around her neck."Al killed me so I came back as a zombie to eat his Brains," she wrote on Instagram, explaining her costume choice. - See more at: TooFab
A couple are driving home when their car breaks down just as the Purge commences. Meanwhile, a police sergeant goes out into the streets to get revenge on the man who killed his son, and a mother and daughter run from their home after assailants destroy it. The five people meet up as they attempt to survive the night in Los Angeles. In The Purge Anarchy the new founding fathers sanction another murderous cleanse. The Purge Anarchy revisits the gruesome dystopia in the not so distant future where for twelve hours all sanctioned crime is legal and all rescue services are suspended. The nation is reborn, unemployment and crime are at record lows, all because of the annual night for decriminalized murder to unleash pent up American rage.
Five virtual strangers join together to survive when, after several unrelated but harrowing events, all find themselves on the street and in jeopardy on purge night. There is no security system, minimal defense and there is little hope. Despite being marketed as a horror film The Purge Anarchy feels more like a thriller. The potential for a despicable act of inhumanity is imminent and occurs frequently throughout the film. Yet, its display is the antithesis of a masturbatory gore fest relishing in the suffering, evocative of torture-porn. Instead, the brutality is appropriately out of focus in the background, almost as an afterthought, consistent with the desensitized society. The approach of James DeMonaco's direction is on point with the message of the film. He creates a disconcerting feeling with a deserted cityscape, seemingly lit at night by flickering yellow streetlights casting shrouded shadows. Certain scenes are realistically and deliberately shaky and imperfect to draw the audience into the character's peril. One can not talk about a second installment to a franchise without returning to its predecessor, in this case The Purge. Acclaimed as a novel premise and potentially unsettling look into the primal aspect of human nature, it left something to be desired. The story had so many places it could go that were raw and savage; yet, The Purge was slightly simplistic and flawed but still enjoyable. Once again James DeMonaco took the helm as writer and director of The Purge's sequel Anarchy. This time DeMonaco's execution was able to address criticisms by delving further into concept, but from a different perspective: the working class. In doing so we see a harsher existence, far less idealistic and a more depraved purge night. The difference between The Purge and The Purge Anarchy is that the active tormenters for this purge are not all unhinged closeted maniacs hiding behind masks. Anarchy takes the end of The Purge and goes more in-depth. Those participating are frustrated and exhausted but ultimately they are people. Most terrifyingly it proposes a hypothetical and disturbingly feasible purge experience for the upper class. The nefarious top 10% obligingly exercise their civic responsibility and now government granted right in style and comfort. The Purge Anarchy is a commentary on society and social inequality in the most gruesome of circumstances. The film's ability to play into our inner fears, that deep within anyone there is a darkness capable of unspeakable evil, is pivotal to its success. While I wish The Purge Anarchy hadn't tried to tidy the story up and resolve everything I did find it far more realistic and thought provoking than the former.
So Hollywoodlife.com had this to say: On Oct. 19, a brand new Drake song was mysteriously leaked on Soundcloud! The track was immediately taken down, however, it is still floating around the internet. Do you think that sounds like Nicki Minaj in the beginning of the track? Listen!
Drake’s ‘How About Now’ Leaks
A 17-year-old boy from Georgia posted the new Drake song claiming it was an exclusive track off of his new album, Views From The Six. Some fans argued that they song sounded like it came from the Nothing Was The Same-era though. Lena Dunham Freaks Out Over Drake on ‘Degrassi’
Drake Disses Chris Brown Over Rihanna
Even though the song was only on the teen’s Soundcloud for a short time before being taken down, fans kept the audio and it is still posted online for the world to hear.
It was supposed to be a simple job. All Lucy had to do was deliver a mysterious briefcase to Mr. Jang. But immediately Lucy is caught up in a nightmarish deal where she is captured and turned into a drug mule for a new and powerful synthetic drug.
When the bag she is carrying inside of her stomach leaks, Lucy's body undergoes unimaginable changes that unlocks her mind's full potential 100%. With her new-found powers, Lucy turns into a merciless warrior intent on getting back at her captors. She receives invaluable help from Professor Norman, the leading authority on the human mind, and French police captain Pierre Del Rio.
A police officer apparently knocked out a Clinton Hill teen with one blow after stopping him for smoking a cigarette, hitting him so hard he now has neurological problems, according to the boy’s family. More information under the video
Video Released to public by family's law firm
Lawyers for Marcel Hamer say he was walking home from school down Gates Avenue with friends near Waverly Avenue around 3:30 pm on June 4, when the plainclothes cop jumped out of a car and accused him of smoking marijuana.
A video of the incident picks up with Hamer lying in the gutter pleading with the officer to lay off as the cop holds him by the hand and orders, “Turn around.”
“Mister, it was just a cigarette, sir,” Hamer says, repeating, “It was just a cigarette.”
He does not roll over. Some teens, apparently friends of Hamer’s, hover nearby and the officer turns to one, still holding Hamer, and threatens him.
“Do you wanna get f----- up?” the cop says.
The moment of the apparent knockout blow is partially obscured in the footage, but the officer appears to punch Hamer in the face with his left hand, prompting protests from Hamer’s friends.
“Yo, you wiling!” one teen says to the officer. “Yeah, get it on film,” the cop retorts.
The officer then repeats his order for Hamer to “turn around,” but Hamer is lying completely prone.
“You knocked him out!” a female friend yells.
“Wake up, Cello,” another friend says.
A second man, apparently also an undercover officer, runs over and helps the first cop put cuffs on the apparently unconscious teen, and at one point reaches into his back pocket. Hamer lies unmoving in the 45 seconds between the punch and the video’s end.
“You going to jail on that one,” another teen says.
It is unclear what happened in the moments leading up to the punch, but Hamer’s family is calling for the officer to be criminally prosecuted.
“If what happened on this video was reversed and Marcel assaulted this officer in the same exact manner, Marcel would be prosecuted, and this officer should be prosecuted for what he did,” said attorney James Ross, who is handling the family’s civil suit.
Retired state Supreme Court judge William Thompson is also a member of the legal team working on the case and said the incident is a symptom of a larger cultural problem in the NYPD.
“It is pervasive now, throughout the department,” said attorney William Thompson. “It is indicative of an attitude in the police department that is, ‘Them against us. Let’s do whatever we want.’ ”
The attorneys declined to release the name of the officer responsible. Hamer was charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct and pleaded guilty to a violation, according to Ross.
The NYPD would not comment on the incident other than to say that it is under investigation by the department’s Internal Affairs Bureau.
Scientists have treated a man for internet addiction disorder allegedly brought on by overuse of Google Glass in what is believed to be the first case of its kind. The man had been using the technology for around 18 hours a day – removing it only to sleep and wash – and complained of feeling irritable and argumentative without the device. In the two months since he bought the device, he claimed he had also begun experiencing his dreams as if viewed through the device’s small grey window, the Guardian reported. Dr Andrew Doan, head of addictions and resilience research at the US navy’s Substance Abuse and Recovery Programme (Sarp) and co-author of the paper on the patient, published in the journal Addictive Behaviours, said there is evidence of people suffering from internet addiction, and it is only a matter of time before the research and treatments catch up. “People used to believe alcoholism wasn’t a problem – they blamed the person or the people around them,” Dr Doan said. “It’s just going to take a while for us to realise that this is real.”
Psychiatrists are divided about the existence of internet addiction disorder linked to conventional devices such as phones and PCs. It was not included as a clinical diagnosis in the 2013 update to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, the official reference guide to the field, and many researchers maintain that its effects are merely symptoms of other psychological problems. The patient – a 31-year-old US navy serviceman – had checked into the Sarp in September 2013 for alcoholism treatment. The facility requires patients to steer clear of addictive behaviours for 35 days – no alcohol, drugs, or cigarettes – but it also takes away all electronic devices. Doctors observed that the patient repeatedly tapped his right temple with his index finger. He said the movement was an involuntary mimic of the motion regularly used to switch on the heads-up display on his Google Glass. He said he was “going through withdrawal from his Google Glass”, Dr Doan said. He said the patient used Google Glass to improve his performance at work, where he was able to quicken his job of making inventories of convoy vehicles for the navy. By the time the patient checked into the facility, he was suffering from involuntary movements, cravings, memory problems and dreaming as if he was wearing the glasses. When he was not wearing them he felt irritable and argumentative. The patient appeared to have improved after treatment. Following his 35 days at SARP, he said he felt less irritable, was making fewer compulsive movements to his temple, and his short-term memory had improved. He was released and referred to a 12-step programme for his alcohol abuse issues, and was hopeful about his recovery. Doan and his colleagues have yet to hear back from him.
On the surface, weather control (manipulation) appears to be a good idea - except for one thing - it's really quite deadly! Why would anyone (in their right mind) think that spraying toxic chemicals (chemtrails) - into our atmosphere - is a good idea? So, the question remains, why do you think "chemtrails" and other geoengineering projects exist today? (Hint: control and profit)
Find out "Why in the World are They Spraying" with one of the leading chemtrail experts and filmmaker Michael Murphy. The hidden agenda behind chemtrails and other geoengineering programs. What do record snowfalls in Japan; severe droughts in Texas and violent tornadoes have in common? Well, did you know that these extreme weather conditions are sold as derivatives on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange? Imagine the value of knowing (in advance) that a severe storm was eminent and you could bet on it for profit. Do you think there is incentive to control the weather without regard for human life? (It's all true - look it up yourself). Now, let's take a look at how the military is using weather control techniques as a weapon in warfare. Back in 1967, the United States military ran "Operation Popeye" - a "cloud seeding" program during the Vietnam War which extended the monsoon season over Laos. The rainfall was so heavy over 30 - 45 days that truck traffic was impaired - giving the U.S. military an advantage over the enemy. Please find and Watch 2 Most important documentary movies "The World According to Monsanto" and "Food Inc". Youtube keeps deleting them due to corporate pressure. Watch these videos and learn how Governments are killing us through food. Good Luck!!!