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IKEA DIY Ideas: 6 Ways to Make Your Own Platform Bed (with Storage!) --> http://on.apttherapy.com/K96VVr Here’s an idea: turn basic IKEA storage cabinets and dressers into multi-functional lofts. It's a smart way to address the problem of small space — you get both beds and storage in the same footprint. These hacks work well for studio apartments, kids rooms, and dorms...

Use The Perfect Combination Of Ingredients For The Best Lasagna You’ve Ever Tasted!

Homemade lasagna is one of those hearty, cheesy, belly-warming dishes that provides the cook many opportunities for creativity and improvisation.<p>Most …

Tiramisu Has A Cousin! And Its Light And Creamy Vanilla Flavor Will Have You Falling In Love With Just One Bite!

Similar to tiramisu, kremna rezina (also known as kremsnite) is a layered cream dessert. Unlike tiramisu, however, kremna rezina doesn’t involve …

Into the Woods Trailer: You Are Powerless At Meryl Streep’s Command

Musical theater fans everywhere have been wringing their hands for months over <i>Into the Woods</i>, the splashy, big-budget adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s deeply beloved musical. It’s got a million things working in its favor—Meryl Streep! Anna Kendrick! A score so good it’s essentially un-ruinable—but …

Michael Stipe sings Lou Reed's Pale Blue Eyes (1983)

In 1983, fine art photographer Laura Levine shot a Super-8 film in Athens, Georgia with a group of creative friends. It includes a clip of Michael …

First stroll Into the Woods points to a textbook fairytale

Disney's Into the Woods was the subject of controversy in June when the New Yorker published comments by Stephen Sondheim, lyricist and composer of the original stage musical, hinting that famously subversive elements had been excised for the big-screen version. Gone, apparently, were scenes and …

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Into the Woods - Trailer 1

Disney brings the Brother's Grimm tales of Little Red Riding Hood, Jack & the Beanstalk, Cinderella, and Rapunzel, and more to life in this epic …

The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water - Trailer 1

Spongebob and friends head to the real world to stop an evil pirate from doing evil stuff.

Meryl Streep Is Currently at Rock and Roll Boot Camp Mastering Lady Gaga Songs on the Guitar

Ever since the project was announced we’ve all been dying to see <b>Meryl Streep</b> go full rocker chick for <b>Diablo Cody</b>’s film <i>Ricki and the Flash</i>. But the story of a struggling musician (Streep) who tries to reconcile with her estranged children has been on hold. Why, you ask? So Meryl can master the …

Life After Beth - Clip - Smooth Jazz

When Zach's girlfriend unexpectedly dies, he finds himself haunted by the things he wished he had told her. But when she rises from the dead, he gets …

Apocalypto: Mel Gibson brings the good/bad news - film on TV recap

'A great civilisation is not conquered from without until it has destroyed itself from within' - Title card<p>It's hard to read that quote without automatically applying it to Mel Gibson's career. Apocalypto was supposed to be his lap of honour as a director. Braveheart had proved that he could make …

'Silents Under The Stars' wraps season

The outdoor summer screenings series “Silents Under the Stars” at the Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills kicked off its 27th season last month with a “Charlie Chaplin's Tramp Centennial.” And on Aug. 17, “Silents” presents “The Last Warning,” a 1929 chiller that reunited director Paul Leni and actress …

'Divergent,' with Shailene Woodley, ventures into the future

<b>Divergent</b><p><b>Summit, $29.95; Blu-ray, $39.99</b><p><b>Available on VOD</b> <b>on Tuesday</b><p>Because no promising young actress in Hollywood should be without her own young-adult franchise, earlier this year Shailene Woodley starred in this adaptation of Veronica Roth's series of novels about a stratified future society and …

Movies

The Nut Job review – a functional crime caper strictly for the kids

While hoods plan a bank heist, furry critters conspire to raid the nut store that's the gang's hideout. This Korean-Canadian 3D animation passionlessly recycles a lot of familiar imagery and character design. Shades of <i>Ratatouille</i> and <i>Over the Hedge</i> – it's all been done better, even the figure of the …

Blackwood review – old-fashioned horror with an unsurprising twist

There's a flavour of MR James-style English uncanny to this supernatural tale. It has all the ingredients – a gloomy country house, things that clatter in the night, and an academic (Ed Stoppard) who increasingly veers off the rational rails. There's also a dash of the Spanish/Mexican chiller …

A Night at the Cinema in 1914 review – haunting glimpses of a long-lost world

Here's an inspired idea: a compilation from the BFI National Archive, designed to evoke a trip to your local picture palace 100 years ago. In fact, the package is more complex than that suggests, since the selection covers the course of 1914, from peacetime to war. One of the most haunting extracts …

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Trailer 2

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles get another go-round in this live-action revamp about the squad's humble beginnings when they were affected by a …

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Trailer 1

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles get another go-round in this live-action revamp about the squad's humble beginnings when they were affected by a …

God’s Pocket: carrying corpse humour to the grave

The word corpsing usually describes the moment when an actor breaks into laughter mid-performance, but there’s a different kind of corpsing on show in <b>God’s Pocket</b> – and not just because the black comedy, set in a blue-collar corner of south Philadelphia, is itself a bit of a stiff.<p>Among the pluses …

Feds Search for Pirates Responsible for 'Expendables 3' Leak

<i>Editor's Note: The "Expendables 3" leak has incited a crackdown by the Feds, new Dr. Seuss works surface, the true lives of authors, and everything</i> …

Matt Reeves Takes Us Behind the Scenes of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: “I Was Sentencing Us to the Worst Shoot Possible”

Every picture of <b>Matt Reeves</b> on the set of <i>Dawn of the Planet of the Apes</i> involves some kind of foul-weather gear. To make the sequel to the 2011 surprise hit <i>Rise of the Planet of the Apes</i>, Reeves wanted to up the stakes both technically and emotionally, allowing <b>Andy Serkis</b>’s ape leader Caesar to …