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Have you seen Bigfoot? The students of Sonora Elementary School sure have. In a mock documentary which incorporated more than 100 students, the school's drama club practiced technological and teamwork skills while producing a feature-length movie about...
To call something "notes" means it isn't finished. A preparation for something else, or a work in progress. Or It means I know this is less than perfect. It means the piecemeal composition is acknowledged, should be applauded. "And to my horror (for I...
KWGN DenverIT WAITS Anchor Bay / 2005 / 88 min. / NR IT WAITS... but not as long as you will for something of interest to happen in this lamely written, formula-ridden, would-be horror flick making its un-awaited debut on home video. First, the story: In the...
Tags: Eric Schweig, Entertainment, Meryl Streep, Movies, Landforms
CHILLLLLLER THEATRE RETURNS! Chiller Theatre is back on PIX with the presentation of the 1964 classic “The Evil of Frankenstein” airing from 8-10 p.m. on Saturday, October 31. Chiller Theatre will be hosted by Elvira, Mistress of the Dark...
Tags: WPIX, Peter Cushing, Assault, Halloween, Wanted (movie)
Gayle Anderson was live to continue the DISCOVERS THE ARTS IN LOS ANGELES series in Los Angeles at the Skirball Cultural Center for their new exhibit, "MONSTERS AND MIRACLES: A JOURNEY THROUGH JEWISH PICTURE BOOKS" on display through August 1, 2010....
Tags: Entertainment, Culture, Literature, History, Marc Chagall
The TV ZoneHmmmmm. I wonder. You all know about the (what I think was fairly harmless) bit that was used on last night's "Tonight Show" - see below. Brian Williams asks the Prez about the "transition;" the Prez plays along. But,......
The Hero ComplexThis year marks the 40th anniversary of "Let It Bleed," the classic Rolling Stones album, and how perfect is that? There has never been more bloodsucking in pop culture that right now, and Gina McIntyre reports in this fun feature......
The Hero ComplexRandy Lewis is back writing for the Hero Complex. Here's his look back at the Lizard King of Japanese cinema... The 2004 theatrical reissue of the original 1954 Japanese version of ???Gojira,??? which washed up on U.S. shores two years......
The Hero ComplexARTIST AT WORK: ADAM BYRNE This is the second installment of our new series Artist at Work, where we put the spotlight on a single artist and have a conversation about craft, inspiration and process. Last time it was Dean......
Company TownDreamWorks Animation SKG posted a 48% decline in third-quarter profits, but the results were nonetheless better than what Wall Street was expecting. The Glendale-based studio also disclosed that it would not be producing a sequel to its latest movie,...
Jacket CopyIn our pages this week, Tim Rutten reviewed "Sweet Thunder" by Will Heygood, a biography of boxer Sugar Ray Robinson. Robinson is "now universally acknowledged as the greatest prizefighter who ever lived," Rutten writes: Anyone who ever saw him in......
Culture MonsterShould the spirits move you to celebrate Halloween or Day of the Dead, arts offerings in the L.A. area abound, from the mildly scary to the incredibly creepy. Culture Monster has scared up a lucky 13. 1. THEATER OF THE......
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