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Her teacher recounts how some ancient cultures utilized eclipses to stage human sacrifices and invoke malevolent spirits on the day of the solar eclipse. This film is filled with action and is one of the best action movies on Netflix.
Malevolent Terror 2018 1h 29m 4.8
Zak, Nick and Aaron head to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to investigate a home terrorized by an ancient, demonic force called "Zozo", an ancient demon which is known for attacking, sexually assaulting and possessing its victims through a spirit board.
In the 1980s, war-torn Tehran, a mysterious evil, haunts a mother and daughter who struggle to overcome the terror of the post-revolutionary Iran and Iraq war. Watch this film from the list of best Netflix horror movies UK.
The Purge tells the story of what would happen if all crimes were legal for 12 hours on one night every year. As the Purge night approaches, a family realizes how dangerous their neighbors are and must take necessary precautions to survive the night of terror.
Assessments of psychodynamic structures and processes implicit in 'The Merchant of Venice' vary considerably according to whether Lacanian or object-relations tenets are applied. Aspects of the play resemble a pattern described in Lacan's seminar on E. A. Poe's story 'The purloined letter': the 'itinerary' of the 'signifier' represented by a roving letter in Poe's story closely matches in outline the adventures surrounding roving rings in Shakespeare's play. Using Poe's story as evidence, Lacan's seminar argues that human identity is a product of 'signifiers', and not vice-versa. This conclusion that human subjectivities are constituted by signifiers does not stand up well in relation to the power of the rings and other signifying physical objects appearing in Shakespeare's play and its source stories. Recently expanded understandings of Freud's ideas about fetishism better explain the often malevolent power of the play's many signifying physical objects. In these the essential potential for damage is to sound personal relations with inner and outer objects of love. Explanations emphasising that distorted object relations and damaged subjectivities may be redeemed accord well with the dramatic and poetic patterns of Shakespeare's play, indicating that it, while portraying painful dilemmas, is still a comedy.
Statins are effective in preventing cardiovascular disease (CVD) events and are recommended for at-risk individuals but estimated adherence rates are low. To describe patients' perspectives, experiences, and attitudes towards taking statins. Systematic review of qualitative studies reporting perspectives of patients on statins. PsycINFO, CINAHL, Embase, MEDLINE, and PhD dissertations from inception to 6 October 2016 were searched for qualitative studies on adult patients' perspectives on statins. All text and participant quotations were extracted from each article and analysed by thematic synthesis. Thirty-two studies involving 888 participants aged 22-93 years across eight countries were included. Seven themes were identified: confidence in prevention (trust in efficacy, minimising long-term catastrophic CVD, taking control, easing anxiety about high cholesterol); routinising into daily life; questioning utility (imperceptible benefits, uncertainties about pharmacological mechanisms); medical distrust (scepticism about overprescribing, pressure to start therapy); threatening health (competing priorities and risks, debilitating side effects, toxicity to body); signifying sickness (fear of perpetual dependence, losing the battle); and financial strain. An expectation that statins could prevent CVD and being able to integrate the statin regimen in daily life facilitated acceptance of statins among patients. However, avoiding the 'sick' identity and prolonged dependence on medications, uncertainties about the pharmacological mechanisms, risks to health, side effects, costs, and scepticism about clinicians' motives for prescribing statins were barriers to uptake. Shared decision making that addresses the risks, reasons for prescribing, patient priorities, and implementing strategies to minimise lifestyle intrusion and manage side effects may improve patient satisfaction and continuation of statins. British Journal of General Practice 2018.
This paper used the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB), which was extended, to investigate nurses' adoption of healthcare information systems (HIS) in Nova Scotia, Canada. Data was collected from 197 nurses in a survey and data analysis was carried out using the partial least squares (PLS) technique. In contrast to findings in prior studies that used TPB to investigate clinicians' adoption of technologies in Canada and elsewhere, this study found no statistical significance for the relationships between attitude and subjective norm in relation to nurses' intention to use HIS. Rather, facilitating organizational conditions was the only TPB variable that explained sampled nurses' intention to use HIS at work. In particular, effects of computer habit and computer anxiety among older nurses were signified. To encourage nurses' adoption of HIS, healthcare administrators need to pay attention to facilitating organization conditions at work. Enhancing computer knowledge or competence is important for acceptance. Information presented in the study can be used by administrators of healthcare facilities in the research location and comparable parts of the world to further improve HIS adoption among nurses. The management of nursing professionals, especially in certain contexts (eg, prevalence of older nursing professionals), can make use of this study's insights. 2018 The Author(s); Published by Kerman University of Medical Sciences. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License ( ), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
In September 2018, Harry took Albus to King's Cross again. He was hurt when Albus told him he wanted to be alone. This stemmed from all the pedestrians watching the two, Albus felt as though they were watching the famous Harry Potter and "his disappointing son". Harry told him not to be bothered by people looking and thought his friendship with Scorpius Malfoy, the child of his rival, was the reason why Albus wanted nothing to do with him. Harry then demanded Albus sever their friendship, but his son refused.
James Wan has staked out a place among the modern masters of horror, directing films like Saw, Dead Silence, Insidious, and this inspired-by-true-events chiller based on the experiences of real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. The Warrens, best known for their work on the strange case that inspired the Amityville Horror movies (which played a part in The Conjuring 2), were portrayed by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, who grounded the effective jump scares and freak-out moments with a believable world-weariness. Together, Wan and his co-leads found fresh terror in familiar genre tropes, and the end result is a sprawling cinematic universe that only continues to grow.
For skeptics, though, the more likely story is that Winchester was just an exceedingly wealthy woman who could afford her endless renovations. Writer Katie Dowd suggests in a 2018 SF Gate article that Winchester kept building because, without a dedicated architect to help her with her designs, she kept screwing up. Others have posited the noted philanthropist kept workers fairly busy because she was rich enough to provide them with continuous employment. 041b061a72