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Sinister Trailer for Shudder's Horror Film THE LAST THING MARY SAW with Rory Culkin and Isabelle Fuhrman

Shudder has an unsetting new horror film coming out titled The Last Thing Mary Saw, and the first trailer has been released. I enjoy creepy, slow-burn horror films, and it looks like this movie is going to deliver that. The story is set in winter 1843 in rural New York, and a young woman is under investigation after the mysterious death of her family's matriarch.
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Busy Philipps, Rory Culkin, and a Saturday Night Live Contingent on Walking in Batsheva’s Goth-Fantasia Runway Show

Hours before the tiny glasses of Frrrozen Hot Chocolate hit the tables at Serendipity III—the one-time haunt of Andy Warhol and Friday’s fizzy backdrop for Batsheva’s spring 2022 runway show—Saturday Night Live’s Chloe Fineman is backstage sharing a simmering infatuation. “I have worshipped her style for so long,” she says of Batsheva Hay, the lawyer turned designer who set off a subversive prairie trend when she launched her label in 2016. The underlying architecture of Hay’s puff-sleeved dresses and blouses has a skeleton-key quality: familiar no matter if your point of reference is a 1970s kibbutz or the chintz-heavy Laura Ashley store at the mall. But it’s the unexpected details that have become Hay’s signature. Fabric choices run from acid florals to candy-apple PVC; sweet cotton prints are paired with Doc Martens or Seinfeldian dad sneakers. “I’m also Jewish,” Fineman explains of her pride in seeing a “member of the tribe representing.” Barely recognizable in her dolled-up look for the runway, Fineman smiles at me through thick cat-eye liner and an enormous black bouffant wig: “I feel totally at home today!”
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