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From his first appearance in the comic “Batman No.1” to his most recent appearance in the movie “Joker” (2019), the Joker has changed drastically. For every different Batman series, there is another version of the Joker. Just like clowns at a birthday party, some of these Jokers are better left unheard of. However, the following iterations are unique and deserve attention.
“Doctor Sleep” is a sequel to 1980's “The Shining,” and it picks up about 40 years later, as an older Danny Torrance tries to protect a young girl from a cult that tries to feed off her psychic power. “Doctor Sleep” can’t really decide whether to be the sequel to Kubrick's or King's "The Shining." This leads to a film that is dull in its best parts, and just plain goofy in its worst parts.
Hollywood, much like the rest of America, was rapidly changing in the 1960s. The system of years before came tumbling down, ushering an era more similar to the modern Hollywood we know today. This divide from the old and the nosedive into the new gave us some pretty spectacular films. Here are six of my favorites.
The guys that make up this alternative band have known each other for over a decade. Dallon Weekesーwho takes on the lead vocals and plays the bassーcollaborates with Ryan Seaman, who plays on the drums. Those names might sound familiar because Weekes used to be part of Panic! At The Disco, and Seaman contributed to Falling in Reverse. Both Weekes and Dallon continued what their respective roles were when they formed IDKHow.
TOOL is one of the most popular, influencing, and groundbreaking bands of all time. Through combining unique lyrical content, progressive metal, and a very recognizable sound, they have become a landmark band in rock and roll history. With their long-awaited fifth album, "Fear Inoculum," TOOL still seems to be creating these innovative metal masterpieces to this day. For a 30-year-old band, this is incredibly impressive.

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