The party's set for Halloween night, and fans can drop $199 for a ticket to the shindig ... but you better move fast, there's only 150 tickets available. We're told the owners of the property want their privacy, so the upcoming party will be it. … [Read more...] about ‘Scream’ House Hosting Last Halloween Party Ever
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Take almost any photograph of a smiling Bob Seger, place your hand over the toothy grin, and you’re apt to discover how very sad the top half of his visage appears — most particularly the eyes. Dark brown and deeply set, they are invariably caught in a melancholy gaze. And even when Bob isn’t flashing that winning expression, it seems that the moods of the two halves of his face are not quite in sync. For fifteen years, Seger has been trying to capture the country’s attention with his rowdy, no-frills brand of Southern Michigan rock & roll, beating his head against the highway (he once did 265 one-nighters — by car — in a single year) in order to escape his seemingly permanent status as a regional curiosity. … [Read more...] about The Fire This Time
Beyond contending with the wind, the band fought to be heard above their familiar nemesis: screams. It was like standing on a crowded runway with jets taking off on all sides. Along with guns, security guards had been issued cotton balls to stick in their ears in an attempt to ward off headaches. One concert attendee, Ellie Segal, watched a pair of clearly annoyed adults ask a shrieking teen if she’d like to be quiet and actually listen to the music. “She looked at them disdainfully and said, ‘If I wanted to hear them I would buy their album.'” Another fan recalled seeing reporters ask a young girl why she was sobbing. “Because I love Paul and I can’t tell him.” … [Read more...] about Remembering Beatles’ Final Concert
So he was requesting a full discharge. In Oregon, state jurisdiction over psychiatric patients, even in criminal cases, is allowed only if two conditions are met: the offender continues to suffer from certain severe mental illnesses like bipolar disorder or schizophrenia and be a danger to the public. Prior to the hearing, a forensic psychologist had done a risk assessment to determine Montwheeler’s capacity for violence, and found that, if unsupervised, his “risk of violence would be high, and would most likely be targeted at his intimate partner or other family members.” But Montwheeler’s psychiatrist at the state hospital, Mukesh Mittal, testified that two decades of clinical records — more than 700 pages of documents — showed no signs of mental illness. For more than a year at the state hospital, Mittal added, Montwheeler had been off medication — typically, a risky proposition for someone with bipolar disorder — but had not suffered … [Read more...] about Pleas of Insanity: The Mysterious Case of Anthony Montwheeler
Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Movie: MovieWeb has teamed up with Warner Bros. yet again for another spectacular contest this month! This month we dive into the television adaptation of Yu-Gi-Oh!, and a chance to win tons of prizes! The film, hitting theaters on August 13th, stars Halle Berry, Benjamin Bratt, Sharon Stone, Lambert Wilson and tons of others! For more info, pictures, video and other multimedia from the film, CLICK HERE … [Read more...] about Win huge prizes from Yu-Gi-Oh: The Movie!