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The Hartford CourantThe zombie subgenre of horror movies really kicked into gear in 1968 with "Night of the Living Dead," but it had been knocking around for decades, starting with the first-ever zombie movie, "White Zombie." The 1932 shocker starred horror legend Bela...
Can the return of Michael J. Fox, agent Jack Bauer and "Ironside" help vanquish the flesh-eating zombies that are threatening to take a bite out of television broadcasters' fortunes? ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC are unveiling their fall lineups this week...
ReutersBRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Central Bank could use its new supervisory role from next year to single out weak banks and make it harder for them to get its financial support, people familiar with the matter say. Such a hardening of approach would...
The Idaho StatesmanMark Ciccarello was indicted by a federal grand jury on multiple counts -- including conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance analogue, conspiracy to smuggle goods into the United States and conspiracy to launder money -- according to court...
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Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesVideo gamers will soon have the opportunity to create their own superheroes for the DC Comics universe. Or turn Batman […]...
"Resident Evil 6" is a somewhat difficult game to review. Being a fan of the series since its 1996 debut, I've been pretty disappointed with the more action-oriented releases like 5 and now 6. I'm not sure why Capcom continues to attempt to make their...
Variety"And So It Goes" Director: Rob Reiner Producers: Alan Greisman, Rob Reiner, Mark Damon Cast: Michael Douglas, Diane Keaton An egocentric real estate agentâs life is turned upside down when he takes in a granddaughter he never knew, and unexpectedly...
The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionThe music cranked as party-goers boogied, drank, got high and caroused, loudly carrying on like they did most nights at Perry Homes. The combustible mix gave folks in the sprawling public housing project many reasons to be on edge. A wrong word,...
Reuters(Repeats Sunday item to widen distribution) By Lisa Richwine and Liana B. Baker May 12 (Reuters) - U.S. broadcast networks head into their biggest ad-selling season this week, competing with streaming services like Netflix, battling online players for...
Seattle TimesIn addition to "Her Aim Is True," "Barzan" and "Evergreen: The Road to Legalization in Washington," the following films make up the Northwest Connections section of SIFF. Many of these screenings will feature special guests; see http://www.siff.net for...
Tulsa WorldActor David Giuntoli, aka detective Nick Burkhardt of NBC's "Grimm," is sitting beneath a lemon tree enjoying the warmth of a sunny southern California day. He's not thinking about the dark world of Ziegevolks and Blutbads and Fuchsbaus, those Wesen...
ManchesterStudents at Assumption School's High School Prep campus cast their ballots for books. Their votes, along with those of students, librarians, and teachers from across the state, will determine the 2013 Connecticut's Nutmeg Book Award winner. The Nutmeg...
Tags: Nutmeg, Students, Teaching and Learning, Voting, Elections
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