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Times Music CriticTwo years ago, a bass-baritone covered in gook stalked the stage of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. That was the medieval monster in Elliot Goldenthal's "Grendel," commissioned by Los Angeles Opera. Sunday afternoon, a baritone covered in gook again...
Robert Quarry Actor in '70s horror films Robert Quarry, 83, a prolific actor best known for his horror-movie roles as Count Yorga and the Deathmaster, died Feb. 20 at the Motion Picture & Television Fund Hospital in Woodland Hills, a hospital...
Tags: Politics, Television, Health and Safety at School, Death, Dallas
I can't say for sure when it happened, but I've always been a fan of scary movies. Maybe it began when I was six-years-old and loved to wake up Saturday mornings to watch Scooby-Doo, Where Are You. Scooby and the gang's forays into spooky old houses and...
Zap2It.comPhyllis Kirk, who tried to escape a psycho wax sculptor in the original big-screen version of "House of Wax," has died at the age of 79. The actress passed away Thursday, Oct. 19 of complications from a post-cerebral aneurysm at the Motion Picture and...
Tags: Red Buttons, Dashiell Hammett, Television, CBS Corp., Death
Sun ReporterOh, don't you remember, a long time ago When two little babes, their names I don't know Were stolen away one bright summer day And lost in the woods, I've heard people say --Traditional lullaby As a mother, she would sing it to her children. As a child,...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday May 12, 2000 "Battlefield Earth" is set in the year 3000, but stuck in the 1970s--and not in any hip, retro way. As taken from L. Ron Hubbard's 1982 novel, in the year 2000 aliens called the Psychlos conquered Earth. The Psychlos are...
Sentinel Movie CriticA toddler is holding a red balloon that suddenly springs to life. Again and again, it hits the child on the head. Next, it wraps its string around the kid's neck and begins to strangle him. Then the balloon lifts him high in the sky and drops him....
Tags: Cartoons, Fencing, Tim Burton, Entertainment, Mike Judge
Times Staff WriterRelated to the 1953 Vincent Price film in name, embalming technique and Warner Bros. pedigree only, the new "House of Wax" is a dreary, predictable tale of hormone-driven young people who take a shortcut off a Louisiana highway only to find themselves...
Times Staff WriterYou can always count on a serial killer for some memorable lessons in righteous living. No other type of cinematic villain is so didactic, so fundamentalist in his values, so committed to life coaching. It takes an intolerant ideologue with a black-and-...
TIMES STAFF WRITERMonday August 28, 1995 "Arabian Knight" is a charmer for children but is a bit too simple a tale to hold adult attention. However, parents who go with their kids cannot fail to be blown away by the sheer beauty and sophistication of the film's...
THE KITCHEN OF THE Santa Barbara condominium is filled with the scent of warming cheeses, fresh bread and hand-ground lamb. Paul Child, a retired diplomat, opens a bottle of California Chardonnay. A breeze blows in from the Pacific. His wife is...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMichael Jackson and Quincy Jones gave themselves a tough act to follow with 'Off the Wall,' Jackson's landmark 1979 album that yielded four Top 10 hits and came as close as anything in recent years to reuniting the splintered factions of today's pop...
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