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It’s the scariest month of the year and haunted attractions are popping up around the country faster than you can say “horror remake.” There is one unique adult haunted-house experience in downtown Los Angeles produced by Jason Blum—the man behind the horror films Insidious, Paranormal Activity and The Purge—called The Purge: Fear the Night. It is, of course, based on the film of the same name about a new government… Continue reading What It's Like to Experience 'The Purge' Live at a Haunted Attraction in Downtown Los Angeles

breaking amish new cast devon lizzie iva betsy matthew tlc Breaking Amish: Meet the new cast heading to Los Angeles

“Breaking Amish,” the TLC reality series that follows a group of Amish and Mennonite men and women as they explore the outside world, will return this summer with new episodes and a new cast. There will even be a new city for the young people to explore: Los Angeles will take the place of New York City.

As was the case in the previous

It’s almost summertime! Which means plenty of pool days, visits to the amusement park and — hopefully — lots of movie watching. However, why sit inside and touch the sticky floor of the cinema when you can take the moviegoing experience outside?

These days, outdoor screenings are practically a summer requirement, which is why Moviefone and our friends at Street Food Cinema are bringing a fresh batch of flicks for your… Continue reading Moviefone Presents Street Food Cinema In Los Angeles, California

If looks could kill. (It’s Friday, y’all; hackery welcome!) While Richard Grieco does not make a cameo appearance in this weekend’s reboot of “21 Jump Street,” the actor was on hand at the Los Angeles premiere of the new film earlier this week.

“I didn’t know what to expect,” he told ABCNews.com. “They made it into a real funny comedy. There were two ways to go with it, either make it… Continue reading Richard Grieco '21 Jump Street' Photos: Actor Hits Los Angeles Premiere

Welcome to the Los Angeles Hunger Games!

“Welcome to the Los Angeles Hunger Games!” The 10-year-old that stood to the left of us moved like Foxface, but said something we all were thinking. As the sun rose, and shined light on the 200 plus tributes already in line at 6 a.m., for their opportunity to get their spot in the games.

Westfield Century City is no arena, but it was going to be today. Fans lined up on… Continue reading Welcome to the Los Angeles Hunger Games!