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The sisters are the most accomplished sports siblings in history thanks in large part to the courage and fire of their father. Serena Williams was gathering her things to walk off the court after her victory over Johanna Konta on Jan. It was odd hearing the greatest to ever do it be referred to as second best. Nonetheless, since Angelique Kerber won the U. Open in September , that had been the reality: Williams was not No. The index finger she normally raised high in the air after a victory, a tad hollow. It was in that moment that I knew she was going to win the Australian Open.
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Horror films channel the fears and fervor of modernity, acting as reflectors turned against their viewers. The fear of communism permeates Invasion of the Body Snatchers both of them , while Carpenter, always happy to usurp the conservative norm, portrays the fear and paranoia of communism, rather than communism itself, sinisterly in The Thing. You might say that Jason Voorhees and Freddy Kruger were the Donald Trumps of their time: they trampled over bystanders to get what they wanted, and a certain sect of American society embraced them. Slasher films reached an apex during the s; their gross grandiosity and unrestricted derangement, often achieved through cheap and frivolous practical effects that fooled no one but satiated the myriad horror fans, are rooted in the more-is-better mindset. The franchising of the unstoppable masked madmen of that decade — cutting down naked girls with big, fake, heaving breasts and guys whose sole conviction in life is to chase naked girls with big, fake, heaving breasts — is the cinematic kin of big corporations and white-collar criminals.