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  • Revenge of FISA: the sequel

     
    by James Oliphant and updated It's back. And just like Michael Myers in Halloween, or Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction or Larry the Cable Guy, it can't be killed by any normal means. Democratic and Republican negotiators from the House......
  • Hillary: Not getting health sub from Kennedy

     
    Somehow, we missed this when it first surfaced last week: To reward her for her campaign, stature and effort on behalf of Obama, one idea pushed by some Democrats was to give Hillary Clinton a special health care subcommittee......
  • Team to Beat: Part 8

     
    This whole "Team to Beat" storyline has spun off more sequels than "Friday the 13th" or "Halloween." And just like Jason Voorhees and Michael Myers, it never, ever dies. Today it was closer Francisco Rodriguez who dropped the moniker on......
  • Jigsaw, Michael Myers and Chucky team up for Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights

     
    T.J. Kosinski is back as a contributor for Hero Complex, this time with a quick preview of the seasonal scares coming soon to Universal Studios Hollywood... Want to play a game? This October, Universal Studios Hollywood wants to take you......
  • 'Trick 'r Treat' is (finally) knocking at the door this Tuesday

     
    This looks like an October to die for if you're a horror fan. There's the spirited success of "Paranormal Activity," the $15,000 film that is spooking up major word of mouth and will expand next Friday into new markets. Then......
  • Adventures in Babysitting

     
    First of all... Boo! OK, now that that's out of the way . . . were there always this many horror films released around Halloween? The non-rhetorical answer to that rhetorical question is 'No.' For a host of reasons -- including production costs and...
  • 'Splatter' is vintage Roger Corman, fresh on the Web

     
    Contributor Susan King brings us some Halloween fun with this piece on the brilliant Roger Corman aiding Netflix with his cliffhanger genius. The result being an interactive three-parter, directed by Joe Dante, called "Splatter." -- Jevon Phillips When it...
  • 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' is no dream reunion

     
    The Los Angeles Times review of "A Nightmare on Elm Street" was written by Robert Abele, here's an excerpt... Now comes the return of "A Nightmare on Elm Street," thanks in part to producer Michael Bay, who, when he's not......
  • Flick Chick Gives Her Halloween Party Tips

    Flick Chick Gives Her Halloween Party Tips
    Tips for Halloween Movie Inspired Parties Flick Chick loves to throw movie-themed parties. There, now that's just out in the open. Still, Halloweenis one of the best holidays for serving the partying tradition. There are so many variations out there, the...
  • Hunters Pack Woods For Opening Day of Firearms Deer Season

    Hunters Pack Woods For Opening Day of Firearms Deer Season
    Hunters pack the woods for the first day of firearms deer season. About 750,000 people across the state are expected to take to the fields hoping to bag a buck. "It is the first day of deer season, you come out, everyone is out," said Dustin Cramer, York...
  • 'Halloween II'

    'Halloween II'
    Musician-turned-filmmaker Rob Zombie put his own twists on John Carpenter's original thriller, and he kept it up with this gruesome remake of the first sequel. He stays fairly close to the premise of the first version, since babysitter Laurie (Scout...
  • Movie review: Halloween 2 -- 1 out of 5 stars

    Movie review: Halloween 2 -- 1 out of 5 stars
    Rob Zombie's transition from scary heavy-metal maven to slash-and-splatter movie maker is completed with Halloween II. The director of House of 1,000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects is so mainstream he's a sequel sell-out now. No wonder he's moving on...