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TV Guy: Profile of a street artist; Veterans Day movies – Times Herald

On Saturday, Hulu begins streaming the documentary “Obey Giant,” a profile of street artist Shepard Fairey.

Best known for his creation of the “Hope” poster associated with Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, “Obey” explores Fairey’s youth and his early works, including stickers proclaiming that “Andre the Giant Has a Posse,” which became a viral urban art phenomenon in the pre-digital age.

While many associate street art with the graffiti scene and downtown grit, Fairey hails from South Carolina, where he attended prep school and had parents who recognized his talents from an early age, encouraging his art.

“Giant” also wrestles with the questions of legality and artistic merit that have followed Fairey and his use of appropriated imagery.

– Syfy embarks on a “Futurama” (6 a.m.) marathon, airing episodes of the Matt Groening cartoon until 4 a.m. early Tuesday morning. “Futurama” takes over the Syfy schedule from 8 p.m.

Read more at: http://www.recordonline.com/entertainmentlife/20171111/tv-guy-profile-of-street-artist-veterans-day-movies

TV Guy: Profile of a street artist; Veterans Day movies … – Times Herald

On Saturday, Hulu begins streaming the documentary “Obey Giant,” a profile of street artist Shepard Fairey.

Best known for his creation of the “Hope” poster associated with Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, “Obey” explores Fairey’s youth and his early works, including stickers proclaiming that “Andre the Giant Has a Posse,” which became a viral urban art phenomenon in the pre-digital age.

While many associate street art with the graffiti scene and downtown grit, Fairey hails from South Carolina, where he attended prep school and had parents who recognized his talents from an early age, encouraging his art.

“Giant” also wrestles with the questions of legality and artistic merit that have followed Fairey and his use of appropriated imagery.

– Syfy embarks on a “Futurama” (6 a.m.) marathon, airing episodes of the Matt Groening cartoon until 4 a.m. early Tuesday morning. “Futurama” takes over the Syfy schedule from 8 p.m.

Read more at: http://www.recordonline.com/entertainmentlife/20171111/tv-guy-profile-of-street-artist-veterans-day-movies

Tune in Tonight for Nov. 11, 2017 – Waco Tribune

On Saturday, Hulu begins streaming the documentary “Obey Giant,” a profile of street artist Shepard Fairey.

Best known for his creation of the “Hope” poster associated with Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, “Obey” explores Fairey’s youth and his early works, including stickers proclaiming that “Andre the Giant Has a Posse,” which became a viral urban art phenomenon in the pre-digital age.

While many associate street art with the graffiti scene and downtown grit, Fairey hails from South Carolina, where he attended prep school and had parents who recognized his talents from an early age, encouraging his art.

“Giant” also wrestles with the questions of legality and artistic merit that have followed Fairey and his use of appropriated imagery.

Tune in Tonight

• On Saturday, Hulu begins streaming the documentary “Obey Giant,” a profile of street artist Shepard Fairey.

Best known for his creation of the “Hope” poster associated with Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, “Obey” explores Fairey’s youth and his early works, including stickers proclaiming that “Andre the Giant Has a Posse,” which became a viral urban art phenomenon in the pre-digital age.

While many associate street art with the graffiti scene and downtown grit, Fairey hails from South Carolina, where he attended prep school and had parents who recognized his talents from an early age, encouraging his art.

“Giant” also wrestles with the questions of legality and artistic merit that have followed Fairey and his use of appropriated imagery.

• Syfy embarks on a “Futurama” (8 a.m. Saturday) marathon, airing episodes of the Matt Groening cartoon until 5 a.m. early Tuesday morning. “Futurama” takes over the Syfy schedule from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m.

Read more at: http://www.virginislandsdailynews.com/print_only/tune-in-tonight/article_7875e156-756c-5d52-895e-59b754696bb5.html

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On Saturday, Hulu begins streaming the documentary “Obey Giant,” a profile of street artist Shepard Fairey.

Best known for his creation of the “Hope” poster associated with Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, “Obey” explores Fairey’s youth and his early works, including stickers proclaiming that “Andre the Giant Has a Posse,” which became a viral urban art phenomenon in the pre-digital age.

While many associate street art with the graffiti scene and downtown grit, Fairey hails from South Carolina, where he attended prep school and had parents who recognized his talents from an early age, encouraging his art.

•Syfy embarks on a “Futurama” (6 a.m. Saturday) marathon, airing episodes of the Matt Groening cartoon until 4 a.m. early Tuesday morning. “Futurama” takes over the Syfy schedule from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays, and from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturdays.

•TCM observes Veterans Day with a daylong schedule of war

Read more at: http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/ontv/article_e6eec23c-e211-5441-906d-eac7ce95cbf5.html

Movie credits add up for ex-police officer

Since then he’s appeared in 21 films and shows and now he’s adding director to his list of film credits.

Pinacchio has been an extra in episodes of “Precinct 69,” “The Outsiders” and “Copycat Killers;” starred in “The Dark Room,” an independent film; and appeared on film with Bryan Cranston and Matthew McConaughey in the upcoming “Last Flag Flying” and “White Boy Rick.”

Pinacchio said he became interested in acting at a young age while watching Al Pacino and Robert De Niro. But it wasn’t until he was laid off from a job in coal mining that he decided to actively pursue it.

Prior to that he had worked in law enforcement, including the Wintersville and Wellsville police departments, for several years. Looking back on that time, he noted his work sometimes involved acting, with him posing as a teen for underage drinking stings.

“I was in

Read more at: http://www.weirtondailytimes.com/news/local-news/2017/10/movie-credits-add-up-for-ex-police-officer/

Cannibal teacher Albert Fentress tortured, killed and ate a student after being inspired by the movie Deliverance

Cannibal teacher Albert Fentris

Cannibal teacher Albert Fentress murdered and then ate parts of 18-year-old Paul Masters

This week CopyCat Killers examines the horrific case of schoolteacher Albert Fentress who tortured, killed and then ate 18-year-old student Paul Masters.

It was a Sunday night in August 1979 when Masters ended up walking into Fentress’s backyard and the teacher then lured the teenager into his basement. There he tied him up, sexually assaulted him, mutilated his body parts before shooting him twice in the head. Fentress then sliced up his body and cooked some of the pieces so he could eat them.

Fentress said he’d been inspired by the movie Deliverance and had even written a script for torturing and killing someone just a few days before, though he said it had repelled him and he’d burned it.

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‘Wolverine’ killer who murdered sister, mom and her boyfriend profiled on CopyCat Killers

Jed Allen with a 'Wolverine' hand

Killer Jed Allen pictured in a Wolverine-style pose in a photo he put on Instagram

A new documentary tonight looks at the chilling case of ‘Wolverine’ killer Jed Allen — who murdered his sister, mom and her boyfriend in a fit of rage.

Allen was 21 when he carried out the triple murder using a hunting knife then scrawled ‘I’m sorry’ on his bedroom wall using their blood.

CopyCat Killers on ReelzChannel tonight looks at how he was inspired by the X-Men character Wolverine, who he was said to be obsessed with, and “found strength” in him.

His mother Janet Jordon, 48, was an alcoholic and heroin addict, with both heroin and methadone found in her system after she died despite her undergoing treatment to try and come off the drug at the time.

Allen, who had suffered mental health problems since

Read more at: https://www.monstersandcritics.com/smallscreen/wolverine-killer-murdered-mom-stepdad-and-sister-then-wrote-im-sorry-in-their-blood/

Today’s entertainment picks:

Today’s entertainment picks:

v Fall Fire Fest, 7 p.m.: Come listen to live music, feel the warmth of the campus bonfire. Food vendors will be on site and all proceeds from beer sales will benefit the Carmstrong Foundation. The event is open to the public and free. Youngstown State University, One University Plaza, Youngstown. 330-941-3000.

v Mahoning Avenue Fall Festival, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Mahoning Avenue between Steel and Milton streets, Youngstown, will have live music, an outdoor cafe, art galleries and a farmers’ market on the West Side’s Garden District.

v Waterfire arts and cultural experience, noon to 11 p.m.: Downtown Sharon hosts the final Waterfire of the season.

v“Youngstown Metropolitan,” 8 p.m.: First feature film by Valley native Patrick Naples will premiere on the third floor of the Knox Building, 110 W. Federal St., downtown, which is the new location of Youngstown Cinema (its entrance is in The Federal

Read more at: http://www.vindy.com/news/2017/sep/23/todays-entertainment-picks/?newswatch

Dale Pierre Selby: ‘Dirty Harry’ Movie Inspired ‘CopyCat Killers’ In Ansley, Naisbitt Utah Murders

Dale Pierre Selby and Williams Andrews, two Ogden, Utah CopyCat Killers who were inspired by Clint Eastwood’s Dirty Harry movie, will be analyzed on the Reelz documentary CopyCat Killers. Dale Pierre Selby, who is also referred to as Dale Pierre Shelby, killed Carol Naisbitt, Michelle Ansley, and Stanley Walker over40 years ago in a case known as the “Hi-Fi Murders.”

 

CopyCat Killers episode “Dirty Harry Magnum Force”

Ripping a scene from the movie Dirty Harry, a robber decides to target a local shop, where he’ll turn fiction into a real-life horror.

 

Dale Pierre Selby and Williams Andrews, the Hi-Fi CopyCat Killers, were the most talked about killers in 1974. It’s a tragedy that people from Utah will never forget. That’s the year two Airforce airmen robbed the Hi-Fi Shop, where they held five people hostage.

 

 

Police say, Dale Pierre, 21, and William Andrews, 19, walked into the shop at closing time and held

Read more at: https://tvcrimesky.com/2017/09/19/dale-pierre-selby-dirty-harry-movie-inspired-copycat-killers-in-ansley-naisbitt-utah-murders/740