- EntertainmentThe AV Club
2012's Sinister isn’t a bad movie, it’s just not one of the scariest films of all time—unless, of course, you find yourself unusually concerned about Ethan Hawke’s general well-being and have regular nightmares about business casual Slipknot members. All the same, a study conducted by a, uh, broadband internet deals site, found that a group of people wired up to heart rate monitors had the strongest physical reactions to Sinister out of a group of 35 horror movies.
"Making sure the camera sees all the bills," one person remarked of footage showing the president's offering at a Las Vegas church.
- LifestyleDr. Phil CBS
VideoMan Says Having A Relationship With His Daughter Has Become Impossible Due To Her ‘Animosity And Hatred’
David claims he would love to have a relationship with his adult daughter, Joni, “but it has become impossible due to her animosity and hatred.” He says he doesn’t know where Joni’s anger is coming from. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: At odds with a family member? Joni says she feels betrayed by her father, and by her former friend, Gina, who she claims hid the fact that they were dating from her for over five months. Gina, 23, and David, 49, now have a child together. WATCH: Why A Woman Says She Feels Her Father Is Going Through ‘One Long, Midlife Crisis’ David claims that he had a “really good relationship” with Joni while she was growing up, but Joni insists that’s not the case. Why does Joni say she felt “left out” of David’s new life after her parents’ divorce? This episode of Dr. Phil airs Monday. Check here to find out where you can watch. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Need Dr. Phil to get real with someone?
- PoliticsAssociated Press
A Wisconsin judge on Monday reimposed an order from Gov. Tony Evers’ administration limiting the number of people who can gather in bars, restaurants and other indoor venues to 25% of capacity. The capacity limits order was issued Oct. 6 by Andrea Palm, secretary of the state Department of Health Services, in the face of surging coronavirus cases in Wisconsin. A judge blocked the order on Oct. 14 after it was challenged by the Tavern League of Wisconsin, which argued it amounted to a “de facto closure" order for the bars and restaurants it represents.