KAREN KUNAWICZ

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I’m not a big horror fan but Warner Brothers had a brilliant way of turning me from someone indifferent to the feature version of “IT” to someone very excited after their press event six weeks ago. The “IT” promotion was part of ‘Scare Diego’—where the studio’s “Annabelle: Creation” was also…

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On very rare occasions, I get to both write this pop culture column and address real world issues in one go. Ayala Cinemas at Trinoma and Glorietta 4 screened the sequel to the 2006 film, “An Inconvenient Truth” starting on Wednesday. The landmark film focused on former US Vice President…

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The Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino which opened last week thankfully is catering to our need for fresh, more intelligent, creative and thought provoking material in cinemas. While the Metro Manila Film Festival pleased so many last year—those responsible for celebrating the independent spirit and artistry were removed from the board.…

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Greetings from the Rocky Mountains where life is really about the outdoors. I’m currently staying in a room without a TV and in a home without cable (sorry, Game of Thrones, I missed you.) But thanks to the magic of wi-fi, I am able to keep tabs on an incredibly…

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On the last Sunday of July, I had the pleasure of seeing Fleetwood Mac with singer, keyboardist and songwriter Christine McVie (74) and singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks (69) at Classics East. A few days later, on the first day of August, I caught Garbage with singer-songwriter Shirley Manson (50) and Blondie…

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Queens, NY: It always feels strange coming to terms with the fact the music I listened to while growing up now falls under the oldies or the “classic rock” category. The thought resurfaced while I was standing in line for tour merchandise and chatted with a couple who finished high…

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Queens, NY: It always feels strange coming to terms with the fact the music I listened to while growing up now falls under the oldies or the “classic rock” category. The thought resurfaced while I was standing in line for tour merchandise and chatted with a couple who finished high…

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Warner Bros. had a delightfully creepy kick off to this year’s San Diego Comic Con. Dubbed as “Scare Diego,” the studio’s event on Wednesday night also served as the famous “Preview Night” or simply the eve of the whole con. The event also served as a reception for “It” director…

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