Mar 142022

Celebrity Peyton Kennedy

Peyton Kennedy


4 January 2004

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

She is best known for her role as Betty Nelson on the ABC television drama series Grey’s Anatomy (2018–2019). She is also known for her film roles in The Captive (2014), American Fable (2016), and Lavender (2016). She played Kate Messner in the Netflix series, Everything Sucks! (2018), where she played a 15-year-old girl who is trying to figure out her sexuality. She is also known for her role as Dr. O in Odd Squad.


Mar 122022

Portsmouth FC 2021/2022

A League 1
Ipswich Town 0
Portsmouth 0



Pompey continue their unbeaten run with a hard-fought draw against fellow in-form side Ipswich at Portman Road.

There were not abundance of clear-cut chances in a contest that saw both clubs look to continue their late charge for the play-offs.

The Tractor Boys finished stronger, though, and there was relief when a late goal was disallowed for offside.

Danny Cowley made two changes from the side that enjoyed a comfortable win at Crewe earlier in the week.

Aiden O’Brien and Ryan Tunnicliffe both returned to the starting line-up, as Tyler Walker and Joe Morrell dropped to the bench.

There was a familiar face in the opposition ranks, with Pompey academy graduate Conor Chaplin named in the Tractor Boys team.

It was the hosts who saw more of the ball in the opening stages and enjoyed the territorial advantage, without forcing Gavin Bazunu into action.

There was an effort from Chaplin that bobbled past the post, while Cameron Burgess could not quite pick out Kayden Jackson when he met a dangerous Wes Burns delivery.

And the first decent chances fell to the visitors, with a low Ronan Curtis centre taking a deflection and ricocheting off O’Brien before bouncing over.

The Republic of Ireland international then intercepted a poor pass just moments later and drilled a shot narrowly wide.

Louis Thompson was unhappy to be booked for a firm challenge on Burns, when he appeared to win the ball.

And there were a few other free-kick decisions from referee Christopher Sarginson that frustrated the Blues.

Ipswich did threaten to forge ahead with a couple of opportunities just before the break, starting with a 25-yard effort from Chaplin that flew not too far over.

The same player then released Jackson with a superb pass, but Bazunu was quickly off his line to deny the striker.

Half Time

Ipswich Town 0

Portsmouth 0

There was little to properly excite either set of supporters in an attacking sense immediately after the restart.

A Macauley Bonne header was comfortably claimed by Bazunu, while Burns fired a shot high over the bar.

Pompey were struggling to make any inroads at the other end, although began to get more of a foothold in midfield as the second half progressed.

And two Curtis deliveries in quick succession – one high and the other along the floor – somehow failed to get a touch from anyone as they made their way across the box.

Then a cross from Connor Ogilvie was met by a glancing Sean Raggett header that landed on the roof of the net.

Cowley made a switch on 71 minutes when Thompson went off after receiving some treatment on the pitch and was replaced by Morrell.

There was still not much to test either keeper, although Bazunu got down to his right to make a regulation stop when Theo Bakinson tried his luck from outside the box.

But the Tractor Boys did go close when Bersant Celina took a neat touch to create space and angled in a shot that was well saved by Bazunu.

Burns swung the ball towards the back post just a few moments later and Bakinson’s header flew into the side netting.

Tempers then threatened to boil over on the sidelines and a bout of pushing and shoving had to be calmed down.

It resulted in yellow cards for both Dominic Thompson and Curtis, as well as one for Blues boss Cowley.

Denver Hume replaced O’Brien for the contest’s closing stages, while George Hirst then made way for Walker.

Ipswich thought they had a late winner after Burgess’ header from a Celina free-kick was parried away by Bazunu.

Bonne slammed the loose ball into the net and the ground erupted, only for their celebrations to be cut short by an offside flag.

And Pompey were able to see out four minutes of stoppage-time to collect what could prove to be a valuable point.

Ipswich (3-4-3): Walton; Donacien, Woolfenden, Burgess; Burns (Aluko 86), Bakinson, Morsy (c) (Carroll 21), Thompson; Chaplin, Jackson (Bonne 45+3), Celina
Booked: Thompson, Donacien
Subs not used: Hladky, Vincent-Young, Norwood, Pigott

Pompey (3-4-3): Bazunu; Carter, Raggett, Robertson (c); Romeo, Tunnicliffe, Thompson (Morrell 71), Ogilvie; Curtis, Hirst (Walker 86), O’Brien (Hume 84)
Booked: Thompson, Curtis
Subs not used: Webber, Vincent, Jewitt-White, Mingi

Referee: Christopher Sarginson

Attendance: 25,500 (1,986 Pompey fans)

Mar 082022

Portsmouth FC

A League 1
Crewe Alexandra 1
Portsmouth 3



Pompey maintained their late play-off charge with a comfortable victory at beleaguered strugglers Crewe.

The game had been postponed just over a couple of weeks earlier due to some heavy rain in Cheshire.

But the Blues ensured the rearranged contest was no damp squib, with George Hirst’s early header releasing the floodgates.

Tyler Walker soon opened his account for the club and there were plenty more opportunities to score before Hirst wrapped things up after the break.

The Railwaymen kept battling away, but Chris Long’s late strike proved no more than a consolation for League One’s bottom side.

Danny Cowley made three changes from the side that thrashed Accrington on home soil at the weekend.

Ronan Curtis returned from a two-match suspension, while there were also starts for Joe Morrell and Walker.

Marcus Harness missed out as he begins his own ban following a red card against Stanley, while Ryan Tunnicliffe and Aiden O’Brien both dropped to the bench.

Pompey were unsurprisingly playing with plenty of confidence as they looked to extend their fine run of recent form.

And there were not even three minutes on the clock when they broke the deadlock after Morrell had stolen the ball from Regan Griffiths in the middle of the pitch.

He worked the ball to Curtis, who in turn found Connor Ogilvie on the left and his cross was firmly headed home by the leaping HIRST.

They had an excellent chance to double their lead following a clever free-kick routine that saw Ogilvie leap over the ball before Curtis hit a shot.

His low effort could only be parried out by Dave Richards, but the keeper recovered quickly to deny Walker from the rebound.

The striker was then teed-up by Morrell, spun sharply in the area and saw his effort deflected past the post.

But WALKER did have his first Blues goal on 31 minutes, following up to slot home after Sean Raggett had taken advantage of some sloppy defending to fire in a shot that was saved.

The game began to get bogged down by a series of niggly challenges that halted any rhythm built up by either side.

It was the visitors who finished the half on top, though, and they had a couple of opportunities to extend their advantage further in stoppage-time.

Curtis was first up, holding off the challenge of Dan Agyei and cutting inside before drilling the ball narrowly past the post.

Some patient build-up play then led to Ogilvie whipping in a cross and Hirst played a pass through to Louis Thompson, who could not beat Richards from an acute angle.

Half Time

Crewe Alexandra 0

Portsmouth 2

Pompey’s pressing caused more problems when the action restarted and Mahlon Romeo stole possession.

Hirst then played the ball to Walker, but the striker could not quite keep his shot low enough to test Richards.

They were also showing plenty of determination at the other end, with Ogilvie flinging himself in the path of two Agyei efforts in quick succession.

It was only Richards preventing Crewe from falling further behind as the second half progressed, with the keeper making a couple of superb stops.

The first came when Ogilvie brilliantly brought down a Curtis free-kick and hit a volleyed effort that appeared destined for the neat.

Then, shortly afterwards, Richards did well to repel a neat Walker back-flick from a low Ogilvie delivery.

It seemed like only a matter of time before the Blues scored again – and a third did arrive on 66 minutes.

Just seconds after seeing a shot saved from Richards, HIRST met an Ogilvie cross with a downwards header that bounced up and into the roof of the net.

Cowley began to turn his attention towards the weekend, with Thompson and Hirst withdrawn for Tunnicliffe and O’Brien.

Crewe almost grabbed a late lifeline, but a back-pedalling Gavin Bazunu managed to tip over a Zac Williams curler.

They went even closer to scoring when a corner led to a spot of pinball in the Blues box and Connor O’Riordan stabbed the ball against the crossbar.

And Long denied the visitors a clean sheet in stoppage-time, when he managed to sneak a shot inside Bauznu’s near post.

Crewe (3-4-1-2): Richards; Johnson (Williams 46), O’Riordan, Offord; Agyei (Ainley 67), Murphy (c), Griffiths (Harper 46), Lundstram; Lowery; Long, Porter
Goals: Long 90+1
Booked: Porter
Subs not used: Jaaskelainen, Finney, Sambou, Salisbury

Pompey (3-4-1-2): Bazunu; Carter (Hume 78), Raggett, Robertson (c); Romeo, Morrell, Thompson (Tunnicliffe 68), Ogilvie; Curtis; Hirst (O’Brien 71), Walker
Goals: Hirst 3, 66, Walker 31
Booked: Thompson, Carter
Subs not used: Webber, Vincent, Jewitt-White, Mingi

Referee: Andrew Kitchen

Attendance: 4,307 (1,050 Pompey fans)

Mar 072022

Movies IMDb

The House With A Clock In Its Walls

DirectorEli Roth




In 1955, after his parents are killed in a car crash, ten-year-old Lewis Barnavelt moves to live with his Uncle Jonathan in New Zebedee, Michigan. All he has left of his parents is a Magic 8-Ball they had given him, and a family photograph. Upon entering his new home, he meets Jonathan’s neighbor and best friend, Florence Zimmerman.

During the night, Lewis is puzzled when he hears a ticking sound in the walls. Lewis begins exploring the house and stumbles upon Jonathan smashing a wall with an ax. Frightened, he runs away and encounters multiple household objects coming to life. Jonathan confesses that he is a warlock and Florence is a witch. The house’s previous owners were a sinister warlock named Isaac Izard, (an orphaned former friend of Jonathan’s who was traumatized while fighting in WWII), and his equally wicked wife Selena. Isaac and Selena had apparently hidden a clock within the walls of the house before they died, and Jonathan has been trying to find the clock and discover its purpose. Despite Jonathan’s cautions, Lewis begins teaching himself magic.

On his first day at his new school, Lewis meets Tarby Corrigan, who befriends him during Tarby’s campaign for class president. When Tarby wins the election, he abandons Lewis.

Lewis’s mother visits him in dreams. When he laments that Tarby does not see him as a friend, she suggests that he use a spell from a forbidden book to impress Tarby. On Halloween night, Lewis performs a necromancy spell in a cemetery, accidentally summoning the ghost of Isaac who reinhabits his dead body.

Lewis spots Isaac in the window of a house of a neighbour, Mrs. Hanchett. He “rescues” her from Isaac and brings her across the street to Jonathan’s house, but before he can find Jonathan, Isaac confronts them at the front door. He reveals that Mrs. Hanchett is really Selena, who killed Mrs. Hanchett, took her place, and used her bones to make the clock’s key. It was also Selena who took the form of Lewis’s mother to persuade him to summon Isaac. Isaac explains that his hidden clock’s blueprints came from the demon Azazel, who had given them to Isaac as he sought relief from the visions of horror he had witnessed during the war. The clock will turn back time so that humanity never existed and undo the horrors that he had witnessed. Jonathan, Florence and Lewis are chased from the house.

Using the Magic 8-Ball to learn the location of the clock underneath the boiler room, the three return. Florence defeats a snake guarding the room while the others pursue Isaac. The clock transforms Jonathan into a baby, except for his face which he’d shielded with cards. Lewis consults the Magic 8-Ball, which says “Say goodbye”. He realizes that he has to let go of the pain of losing his parents to harness his true power. He breaks the clock by dropping the ball, which blocks the clock’s gears. Then Lewis blasts Isaac and Selena with magic he channels from the clock. They fall, de-age, and are ultimately erased from existence.

Lewis returns to school with more confidence and gets revenge on Tarby and his friends by magically bouncing a basketball off their faces and into the basket, impressing his other classmates. He then befriends a girl named Rose Rita Pottinger, who appears to have had a crush on Lewis. At the end of the day, Jonathan and Florence are shown picking up Lewis, the three of them now live like a regular family.