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7 Unlikely Valentine's Day Movie Releases
This Valentine’s Day, curl up with your beloved for some fava beans and a nice Chianti because it’s the 25th anniversary of “The Silence of Lambs.” That’s right – the legendary thriller starring Jodie Foster as an FBI agent who seeks out the advice of the infamous cannibalistic serial killer
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Foster The People, Enrique Iglesias, Skrillex, George Michael and More
It's a really mixed bag this week, with new releases from Foster The People, Enrique Iglesias and Skrillex, along with a new live album from George Michael, the latest from actress Taylor Momsen's band The Pretty Reckless, retro indie rockers The War On Drugs and the Black Lips and finally we will
Oct. 20: World Osteoporosis Day; Spirit Day; Watergate Scandal
Oct. 20 is World Osteoporosis Day, a day to show support for those who have osteoporosis — the thinning of bone tissue and the loss of bone density over time — and to raise awareness on what can be done to prevent it. The decrease in bone density makes a person...
'Twilight Saga': Selling Sex or Pushing Chastity?
"The Twilight Saga: New Moon" features long, steamy, smoldering gazes by handsome, shirtless young men who are vampires or werewolves. Despite those lingering, lustful looks the film includes only four kisses and not a single sex scene. Women and girls, who made up 80 percent of the opening weekend
Hawking From the Grave: a Tribute or a Disgrace?
Chris Farley Joins Cast of Deceased Performers Who Have Something to Sell You
Review: Bauhaus’ “Go Away White”
Are you ready to feel old? “Go Away White” is the first Bauhaus album in 25 years. Apparently, according to this Billboard article the band broke up again shortly after recording it after an “incident.” So, in other words, after...
Superman's Dad, Back from the Dead
When the script for "Superman Returns" called for a scene with the late Marlon Brando, the production team turned to the visual effects masters at Rhythm and Hues to bring the actor "back from the dead." Using footage shot for the 1978 Richard Donner classic "Superman: The Movie," visual effects
Married ... With a TV Show
Nick and Jessica Are Parting, Sonny and Cher Divorced, But Many TV Marriages Last
Classic Horror Flicks Offer Autumn Chills
You want to be scared, don't you? A little supernatural sustenance, a touch of haunting horror, a dose of deadly drama. What could be more fun on Halloween than some shivers up your timbers? For the fright-deprived we offer a roster of some of cinema's finest horror tales. [Also see our slideshow,
On the Trail of Dracula
Elizabeth Vargas Traces the Historical Roots of Bram Stoker's Legendary Character