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Home Alone:Eight-year-old Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin) has become the man of the house, overnight! Accidentally left behind when his family rushes off on a Christmas vacation, Kevin gets busy decorating the house for the holidays. But he’s not decking the halls with tinsel and holly. Two bumbling burglars are trying to break in, and Kevin’s rigging a bewildering battery of booby traps… Continue reading Home Alone Collection [Blu-ray]
In 1994, when I was eight years old, I became obsessed with “Home Alone.” At the time, I owned both “Home Alone” and “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” on VHS, along with two “Home Alone” posters, a “Home Alone” video game and even the novelization of “Home Alone” by Todd Strasser. I have no explanation for my fandom, other than the fact that I saw the film’s protagonist… Continue reading 'Home Alone 3,' Lost In Disney World: A Story I Pitched To John Hughes When I Was Eight
The house where Kevin McCallister swung his burglar-besting pain cans has been taken off the market.
Back in May, the sprawling booby-trapped home from 1990′s “Home Alone” went up for sale for a cool $ 2.4 million. (Hands on cheeks!)
The 14 bedroom/3.2 bath home boasts more than a terrifying basement and booby-trapped accoutrements — the Georgian mansion is situated just north of Chicago, on a half-acre of land, a stone’s throw… Continue reading 'Home Alone' House Sold: Famous House Sells For $1.58 Million
I’ve read that one of the worst things in life is wasted talent. Not true. The worst thing in life is the movie Home Alone, John Hugh’s love letter to child abuse and groin-punching. The film stars McCauley Culkin as Kevin, a spoiled brat who, after being abandoned by his narcissistic parents on Christmas, devises elegant and ingenious ways to inflict emotional and physical torture onto… Continue reading Fiction vs. Reality: What if 'Home Alone' Happened in Real Life?
Cine Latino covers, well, all things relating to Latino culture and the movies, every Friday.
With Halloween only a week away we decided to take a look at a few nail-biting horror films crafted by 15 directors from Mexico, Spain, Chile, Uruguay and Cuba. Our roundup includes some classic scary tales, a few currently in theaters and a handful of new titles we hope you’ll… Continue reading Cine Latino: Creepy Tales You Shouldn’t Watch Alone