Matt Casillas

Hey, it’s Matt Casillas! I am a Digital Content Producer and Editor for The Pulse. Have any questions for me? Please feel free to email me at movies@pulseradio.fm

2016 Teen Choice Awards: See the complete list of winners

The 2016 Teen Choice Awards were well underway in Los Angeles last night. Hosted by John Cena and Victoria Justice, the annual ceremony awarded films, music, fashion, sports and even social media. You can see the complete list of last night’s winners below: DECADE AWARD Justin Timberlake MOVIES Action/Adventure “Deadpool” Movie Actor: Action/Adventure Dylan O’Brien, “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” …

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Nerve Movie Review

Another week, another movie review presented by our good friends over at FatCats Gilbert located on the southwest corner of Greenfield and Baseline. FatCats Gilbert is the most comfortable place to check out the latest movies at the box office, and they even bring food right to your theater seat! With a few movies coming out this week, I’m going …

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AUDIO: Director David F. Sandberg talks ‘Lights Out,’ ‘Annabelle 2’ and more

A two minute and forty-one second video entitled Lights Out, which was originally made as a contest submission for an online horror movie contest, has now spiraled into what has become David F. Sandberg’s feature-length directorial debut. With Lights Out set to hit theaters this Friday via Warner Bros. Pictures, a sequel to Annabelle in the middle of principal photography and even more …

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2016 Emmy Awards: See the complete list of nominees

The nominees for the 68th Emmy Awards were announced this morning by the Television Academy. The ceremony was hosted by Television Academy Chairman and CEO Bruce Rosenblum, Anthony Anderson and Lauren Graham. The 67th Emmy Awards will air from The Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, September 18th on ABC and will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. You can see …

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Amazon Prime Day 2016: Was it successful for both Amazon and shoppers?

Amazon Prime Day has returned once again. After a rocky start to Prime Day last year, things seem to be shaping up slightly. Surveys found that a glitch that prevented shoppers from adding items to their cart played a key role in last year’s not-so-successful day of deals. Another contributing factor was the fact that there were “very few blockbusters …

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Slurpee’s 50th Birthday: Grab a free small Slurpee at 7-Eleven today

Everyone’s favorite frozen beverage is turning fifty this year. To help celebrate the Slurpee’s 50th birthday, and 7-Eleven’s 89th birthday, participating locations will be giving away approximately 9 million free small Slurpee drinks today from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time, while supplies last. The iconic convenience store will also be introducing a Birthday Cake flavored Slurpee, described as …

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Hundreds gather in Phoenix to protest police shootings

UPDATE: JULY 8, 2016, AT 10:31 P.M. Phoenix police officers have deployed tear gas on protesters. A barricade at Fillmore Street is now blocking the protest from moving any further. On the freeway, police have taken position at various on-ramps to prevent protesters from reaching I-10 and potentially interfering with any traffic. ORIGINAL STORY: JULY 8, 2016, AT 9:49 P.M. …

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Two Phoenix police officers injured after crash on Interstate 17 and Northern Avenue

A crash on the Interstate 17 and Northern Avenue has sent two Phoenix police officers to the hospital. The crash, which occurred on Friday afternoon, also sent a 26-year-old woman to the hospital. According to ABC15, three other people, one of them a one-year-old child, were evaluated at the scene for injuries. The Phoenix Fire Department has reported that the two …

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