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  • Marilyn Burns: An appreciation from ‘Texas Chainsaw 2′ star Bill Moseley

     
    Actress Marilyn Burns died Tuesday in her Houston-area home at age 65. Texas figured large in her career — Burns […]...
  • Marilyn Burns, Who Starred in 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre,' Dies at 65

    Marilyn Burns, one of the original "scream queens" who starred in Tobe Hooper's original 1974 "Texas Chainsaw Massacre," died Tuesday in Texas. She was 65 and was found dead in her home near Houston. "Texas Chainsaw" was her first lead role; in it she...
  • Marilyn Burns, star of original 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre,' dead at 65

    Marilyn Burns, star of original 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre,' dead at 65
    Marilyn Burns, who gained fame as heroine in the original "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" horror film, was found dead in her home by a family member in Houston. A cause of death has not been released. She was 65. "It is with sad news that I can officially...
  • The debate over bringing Sgt. Bergdahl home

    The debate over bringing Sgt. Bergdahl home
    The loudest critics of the prisoner swap to free an Army sergeant held captive in Afghanistan since 2009 in exchange for five prisoners from Guantanamo Bay just happen to be from the party that started the war, opened the ethically challenged prison and...
  • 'Bates Motel' to 'Hannibal': Taking a Stab at Serial Killer Plots

    From Norman Bates to, well, Norman Bates, it seems every medium has taken a stab at the psycho killer plot device. Still, a show that gets into the mind of a serial killer each week -- examining the high body count and mysterious origin stories -- is...
  • Bringing home an American -- it's complicated

    Informed Americans are split down the middle on most important policy issues. So it is hard to win statewide or national elections on policy grounds — charisma counts, negative ads count, and all the other things most of us hate about politics...
  • 'Sharon Tate: Recollection' by Debra Tate shows an actress on the rise

    'Sharon Tate: Recollection' by Debra Tate shows an actress on the rise
    The brutal murder of Sharon Tate and four others on Aug. 9, 1969, by followers of Charles Manson under his direction have overshadowed her life and burgeoning film career. Her sister Debra Tate hopes to change that with her recently published "Sharon...
  • Fawning over 'hot' felons: Why such women are schnooks

    Those eyes! Those cheekbones! Those full lips, looking so sad! Sorry, ladies, but Jeremy Meeks is not available. Not just because he’s married but because he’s locked up in jail facing felony weapons charges, and that means he may be heading...
  • 'Game of Thrones' Actor to Play Charles Manson in NBC's 'Aquarius'

    "Game of Thrones" actor Gethin Anthony is set to play Charles Manson on NBC's new drama "Aquarius" starring David Duchovny. Grey Damon ("Twisted") has also joined the cast of the new event series. The 13-episode "Aquarius" is being written by John...
  • 'Californication' Finale: David Duchovny Says Goodbye to Hank Moody

    WARNING: "Californication" fans who have not watched the series finale should stop reading. This interview with star David Duchovny contains spoilers about that episode. After seven seasons of charting the booze-soaked escapades of writer-cum-lothario...
  • Part of 'Game of Thrones'' Fifth Season To Shoot in Spain

    MADRID - A portion of "Game of Thrones'" fifth season will shoot on several natural locations in the province of Seville, Andalusia, HBO announced Wednesday. Peter Welter Soler's Fresco Film Services will provide production services in Spain. The...
  • Review: 'A Man Called Destruction' by Holly George-Warren

    Review: 'A Man Called Destruction' by Holly George-Warren
    In 1993, I persuaded the Tribune's then-arts editor to send me to Columbia, Mo., to report on the first show in almost 20 years of a cult band that loomed huge for those of us under its spell. Two University of Missouri undergrads had phoned the ever-...