RELATED: Halloween 5 Michael Myers House Goes Up for Sale Many hope the new Halloween movie will bring the franchise back to its glory days, following a few sequels that have not been very good at all. There have been quite a few set photos shared since filming began earlier this year. The movie has wrapped, and the studio is already starting to test the film to eager audiences. It's hard to gauge how the movie will go over, as these test audiences are pulled off the street and don't generally account for those hardcore fans who know the franchise very well, and have been with it since the beginning. … [Read more...] about Halloween 2018 Test Screening?
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The Outfield's debut album was "Play Deep" in 1985 ... which would go on to reach triple platinum sales and break the top 10 in the U.S. album charts. "Your Love" -- prominently featured in tons of TV shows, films and even commercials -- peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1986. It's easily one of the most recognizable songs in rock history. … [Read more...] about The Outfield Singer Tony Lewis Dead at 62
This is what Charlie Says wants to correct. Yes, it’s a Manson movie, with a bona fide time lord and Royal Family prince playing the part (hello there, Matt Smith!) — but do not let the title fool you. It’s much more interested in the perspective of the people he was saying things to, notably three women: Susan Atkins (Marianne Rendón), Patricia Krewinkel (Sosie Bacon) and Leslie Van Houten (Hannah Murray). One narrative timeline follows them as they romp around Spahn Ranch, taking in Manson’s rants about race wars, engaging in the house ideology of free love and group sex, cooking and cleaning and sewing and murdering for him. (And if you happen to notice that some of the expectations they’re saddled with and abuses they suffer resemble the same thing women in the straight world deal with, so much the better.) The other takes place in a California penitentiary, where they reside in cells next to each other, bright-eyed and brainwashed, regurgitating … [Read more...] about ‘Charlie Says’ Review: The Manson Family Women, Reclaimed
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