Among those who exist in the middle of the Venn diagram of horror and sci-fi fans, the directing duo Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead have developed something of a cult following. Their past few features, including Lovecraftian romance Spring and the sibling films Resolution and The Endless , have delved into humanity's relationship with time, space, and our place in the cosmos. Their latest movie Synchronic , a mind-bending horror-scifi about a synthetic drug that temporarily sends people back in time, stars Anthony Mackie and Jamie Dornan as Steve and Dennis, two EMTs who spend their nights roaming the streets of New Orleans answering emergency calls about violent incidents and drug overdoses and transporting the victims to the hospital. When Dennis' daughter disappears, Steve suspects that the new drug could be the cause of it, and embarks on a time travel odyssey through NOLA's past to save her.
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They are obviously extremely close, and comfortable in one another's company: two men who know that when you strip away the rest, what matters most is family and friendship. But these men found out in the hardest way possible how precious life is, when their lives were torn apart by the deaths of their children. Bassam's daughter Abir was 10 when she died; Rami's daughter Smadar was The two families live in Jerusalem and their daughters died in the conflict there. Abir was shot in the head with a plastic bullet outside her school on the West Bank and Smadar was killed in a suicide bombing when she was shopping with her friends on a busy street.
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Instead, the year-old says, he AP — Police say a year-old suspect has been arrested for spray painting hate-related messages on a mosque in Moorhead, after the man was identified by a Walmart employee. AP — Police are investigating hate messages that were found spray-painted on the outside of a mosque in the Fargo, North Dakota and Moorhead, Minnesota metropolitan area.
Thomas Ryan Carey of Moorhead and Brandon Nicholas Smith of Nebraska, both 19, were charged Monday in Clay County District Court with one count of use of a minor in a sexual performance, one count of possession and one count of dissemination of child pornography, all felonies. According to charges filed against the men, both of whom are players with the Lincoln Stars junior hockey team, the girl reported to her mother she had sex with Carey at the Days Inn in Moorhead on Feb. She met Carey, a former Moorhead High School hockey player, on Facebook about a week before the game, court documents say, and went to the hotel with Carey and a female friend and some other Stars players. The girl told a Moorhead police detective Feb. She then contacted Smith, she told the detective, asking if there were any media circulating of her and Carey, and telling him to send her any videos or images, and to then delete them.