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Fashion Week has one very kinky presentation this season

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It’s Kleenex couture. Page Six is told that high fashion designers have started making straight-up porn.

Last Fashion Week we reported that design house Namilia were having PornHub stars walk in their runway show — but for spring/summer, they’ve taken another step into the sordid side.

In lieu of an in-person presentation this Fashion Week, Namilia will release a minute-long video that shows female and trans porn stars masturbating and sucking sex toys, all topped with a kinky voiceover. They’re also doing some version of “wearing” Namilia’s capsule collection, which will be available after the clip hits the designer’s site and PornHub on Tuesday, Sept. 22.

We’re told the video was directed by Gogy Esparza, and stars PornHub models Asa Akira, Ana Foxxx, Daisy Taylor, Janice Griffith and Rae Lil Black.

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Sideshow’s Virtual Con Returning With Sideshow New York Con in Fall

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Sideshow’s virtual con returning with Sideshow New York Con in fall

Following the rousing success of this summer’s Sideshow Con 2020, a first-of-its-kind experience for the collectibles company, this fall’s Sideshow “New York” Con 2020 will keep collectors and fans entertained and excited with new product reveals and announcements from the industry’s leading artists and manufacturers.

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While most physical conventions have moved entirely into the digital realm, Sideshow New York Con will recreate their bold custom-made installation that debuted during the summer show season, with updates to the format to keep fans engaged throughout the week. This secure and private environment captures the spirit of the incredible “pop culture art gallery” style presence that Sideshow traditionally exhibits at shows like New York Comic Con in order to augment the comprehensive virtual streaming experience for audiences at home.

“Once again, we’re building a bespoke physical space at Sideshow Studios – but this time in the form of an intimate museum/art gallery-style venue – with podium displays with fine art on the walls, and beautiful pop culture dioramas showcasing statues and figures by Sideshow, Hot Toys, PCS Collectibles, Iron Studios, Tweeterhead, Unruly Industries, Atomic Misfit, and more,” Sideshow PR Manager Andy Smith said in a statement. “Sideshow will be sharing a wealth of social media content throughout the event, including live-streamed booth tours, photos, interviews, and contests – and we’ll be showcasing different displays every single day!”

Sideshow Con’s summer 2020 swag bundle was an instant sell-out, with the fall swag bundle- complete with a collectible pin, an event T-shirt, and a promotional code- expected to be equally as popular. Fans who purchase this limited edition swag bundle will also receive a free bonus Stan Lee collectible pin celebrating the comic book legend and the city that never sleeps. Fans can also score reward points for their Sideshow account during the event, meaning there are plenty of chances to collect throughout the convention.

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Sideshow New York Con offers fans a chance to engage closely with their favorite products, artists, and fandoms without lines, crowds, or taxis- the only traffic here is web traffic! Access to Sideshow’s full convention experience has never been easier with comprehensive product livestreams, as well as creator interviews, up-to-the-minute reveals and announcements, and other content features that bring all of the news right to you from October 6-11.

Fans can sign up for free pre-registration for the virtual event here!

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‘Vampires vs. The Bronx’ Trailer: Teens Go to War With the Undead

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In 1995, Eddie Murphy played a vampire in Brooklyn in the not-so-classic film Vampire in Brooklyn. But twenty-five years later, the undead are moving into a different New York City borough in a new Netflix horror-comedy.

Check out the Vampires vs. The Bronx trailer below, which seems closer to something like Attack the Block than Eddie Murphy’s ill-fated box office dud.

Vampires vs The Bronx Trailer

Oz Rodriguez (The Wire: The Musical) and Blaise Hemingway (Playmobil: The Movie) co-wrote the script for Vampires vs. The Bronx, and Rodriguez also served as the director. His previous directing credits include episodes of The Last Man on Earth, ShrillA.P. Bio, and segments of Saturday Night Live – the latter of which may explain why SNL‘s Chris Redd pops up here in a seemingly small role. SNL guru Lorne Michaels is producing alongside Erin David (MacGruber).

Every generation has its “regular kids fight against dangerous outside forces” movie, with films like Monster Squad, Fright Night, and Attack the Block serving as strong examples of how things can go well with the right execution in that subgenre. It seems like Rodriguez isn’t interested in just focusing on horror or comedy in his entry, but blending the two and throwing in a dash of social commentary.

And is it just me, or is there a tiny bit of a Do the Right Thing vibe here? The girl in the opening strikes me as a potential evolution of Samuel L. Jackson’s Mister Señor Love Daddy DJ character, and Chris Redd and his pal may even end up being a version of Sweet Dick Willie and the rest of the guys posted up on the corner in Spike Lee’s movie. I’m obviously not suggesting that a film called Vampires vs. The Bronx will be nearly as impactful as Do the Right Thing, which is one of the greatest American movies of the past 50 years – just wondering if Lee’s masterpiece served as a loose inspiration for some of this film’s character types.

In the meantime, take a look at a couple of Rodriguez’s early videos with Funny or Die below:

Here’s the new movie’s official description:

Three gutsy kids from a rapidly gentrifying Bronx neighborhood stumble upon a sinister plot to suck all the life from their beloved community.

Jaden Michael, Gerald W. Jones III, Gregory Diaz IV, Sarah Gadon, Cliff “Method Man” Smith, Shea Whigham, Coco Jones, Joel “The Kid Mero” Martinez, Vladimir Caamaño, Jeremie Harris, Adam David Thompson, Judy Marte, Richard Bekins, and Zoe Saldana are all part of the ensemble cast.

Vampires vs. The Bronx debuts on Netflix on October 2, 2020.

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9 Most Shocking Things About the Watts Family Killings Documentary

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(Spoiler alert: Do not read on if you don’t want to know what happens in Netflix’s “American Murder.”)

On Aug. 13, 2018, Chris Watts murdered his pregnant wife Shanann and his two daughters, four-year-old Bella and three-year-old Celeste. Yet, it would take three months for him to tell authorities the true story of what transpired that night.

“American Murder: The Family Next Door” is Netflix’s newest true-crime doc that tells the story of the Watts family murders through body-cam footage, home videos, text messages, social media posts and interrogation room footage.

From the time Shanann Watts and her daughters disappear, authorities and friends became aware that Chris Watts was not the man he made himself out to be. And that he wasn’t always truthful in his marriage to Shanann, whom he’d been married to since in 2012.

See below for 9 most shocking revelations from the documentary, hitting Netflix on Wednesday.

1. What Was Left Behind, and What Was Taken

When the police searched the house with Chris Watts there, authorities soon found that Shanann Watts’ wedding ring, purse, medication and phone were in the house, but the kids’ blankies were gone.

2. Chris Watts’ Stories

Shortly after the disappearance, he told authorities he had no idea where his wife and kids had gone, and kept pleading to to the media for their safe return.

3.  Chris Watts Said Yes to a Polygraph Test

Watts weirdly consented to a polygraph test, and the tester said that no one would do the test if they were guilty. But soon, she realized that something was off.

“Your breathing is all over the place,” she said, and he tried to calm himself down.

Later, we find out he did not pass the Polygraph test — but Watts remained adamant that he did not lie during the test.

4. Chris Watts Was Acting Weird Weeks Before the Murders

Text messages from Shanann to her friends revealed that she was unhappy with the way her marriage was going in the weeks leading up to the murders — she would tell her friends that Chris wasn’t reaching out when either of them were away on business trips, and that he didn’t kiss her after five weeks apart.

“I want to cry,” she wrote in one text, and she accused him of having an affair because he wasn’t interested in sex even after over a month apart.

“Something changed in the last five weeks,” she wrote.

5. He Did Have an Affair

Nichol Kessinger told authorities that she met Chris Watts at work in June 2018, two months before the murders would take place. According to her, Watts said he had two daughters but was separating from his wife. From there, the relationship did develop past a friendship level, she said.

Watts later admitted to cheating on Shanann.

6. The First Confession

When it became clear he lied on the Polygraph test, he told investigators that in response to him asking Shanann for a separation, Shanann smothered the kids and he “freaked out and did the same thing to her.” Authorities continued asking him whether that’s the story he wanted to stick with, and when he continued, he told officials that the girls were put in 20-foot tanks at the oil-storage site where he worked. Shanann was buried close to the site.

He kept saying, “I did not hurt these girls.”

7. What Actually Happened

Chris Watts pleaded guilty to 9 counts, including the murder of his kids. In November, he finally confessed to killing his wife and children. In a follow-up interview from prison, he told the full story of what happened.

He fought with Shanann about wanting to separate and strangled her to death. Apparently, she had told him that he was never going to see his kids again, and from there, he said it was “implanted that he was going to do it.” “She wasn’t fighting,” he told authorities.

While moving her body, Bella and Celeste woke up and asked what was happening. Telling his kids their mother is sick, he loaded her body and his two daughters into his truck (he laid the dead body on the floor, with the two girls sitting on the seats) and drove to the oil site, where he smothered the girls one by one.

“Couldn’t I have saved my girls’ life?” He questioned to authorities.

8. His Behavior After the Murders

According to authorities, he made phone calls after the murders and called the girls’ school to un-enroll them. He also apparently texted a realtor to sell the house, and texted his girlfriend.

9. The Judge

After giving Chris Watts three life sentences, the presiding judge said that this was the most “vicious and inhumane” crime he had ever dealt with.

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