Nearly a month after the gruesome murders of a Ukrainian pianist’s two daughters, the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office has finally determined the girls’ cause of death, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned.
On March 17, Vadym Kholodenkov‘s daughters Nika, 5, and Michela, were found dead in their Benbrook, Texas home. The pianist called 911 after he discovered estranged wife Sofya Tsygankova shaking and covered in blood, according to… Continue reading Ukrainian Pianist Daughters Double Murder: Cause Of Death Revealed
The Monster High ghouls are back in a freaky, fabulous double feature that’s simply to-die-for! When the boys can’t compete in the Skulltimate Roller Maze Championships, Frankie Stein convinces her friends that some “ghoul power” is needed to save the day in the creeptastic, all-new movie, Friday Night Frights. Then, as the epic Sweet 1600th of Draculara approaches, she’s got two crush-worthy guys out… Continue reading Monster High Double Feature - Friday Night Frights / Why Do Ghouls Fall in Love?
Sometimes, being a horror fan means bringing a lot of qualifications into your love of the genre. You start saying things like “That was good…for a stupid, bloody slasher movie.” You embrace pleasant surprises and sing the praises of films that even slightly tray outside of the rigid templates that have been in place for decades. Horror buffs know when to shrug off a… Continue reading Fantastic Fest: 'The Babadook' and 'It Follows' Make the Scariest Double Feature of 2014
It’s been a foregone conclusion since Nicole didn’t win Head of Household last week that she’d be evicted (again) from the
“Big Brother 16” house. We’ve all been twiddling our thumbs waiting for the double eviction, because maybe (fingers crossed) the house will finally get interesting. Let’s find out!
Derrick/Cody vs. Frankie/Caleb
Caleb made things tough on Derrick and Cody this week by spilling the beans… Continue reading 'Big Brother 16': A rewind, double eviction and Week 11 Head of Household competition results
The year 2013 has been an incredible one for cinema, so as a fun alternative to your typical end-of-the-year lists, we’ve decided to celebrate our favorite movies by pairing them together. So from now until the end of December, we’ll be periodically spotlighting movies as part of our new Best Double Features of 2013 series.
The Double Feature: 12 Years a Slave and The Act