No movie genre commits to excess quite like horror. And that commitment to over-the-top tension, gore, and body count often translates to an overabundance of sequels.
For instance, the number of follow-ups to now-classic franchises like “Halloween,” “Scream,” “Friday the 13th,” and “Nightmare on Elm Street” runs into the double digits, and, for the most part, they never quite live up to the original.
However, there are a handful of sequels that… Continue reading Moviefone 5: The Most Essential Horror Movie Sequels
I’m Professor Weinberg, head of horror cinema studies for my cat and maybe a few friends. In order to help get you ready for Halloween (and to help make you become a more well-rounded horror genius), we offer this handy little October calendar of “required viewing” for any self-respecting horror freak. There’s a little bit of everything, and our hope is that, while nobody would actually follow the schedule… Continue reading The Essential Horror Movie Calendar of 2012
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Perfect for warm weather and surprisingly versatile, a pink blazer is quickly becoming the season’s latest must have. Just this week we spotted two of our favorite stylish celebs rocking the feminine piece — Jennifer Lopez and Eva Longoria.
Lopez (left) looked chic in a pastel version paired with matching trousers, a white top and silver accessories while… Continue reading The New Summer Essential: A Pink Blazer
The beloved Muppets have made seven feature films, and (like many of you), I’ve revisited the whole lot over the past week — both the “original trilogy” of The Muppet Movie (1979), The Great Muppet Caper (1981), and The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984) and the “secondary” trio that includes Muppet Christmas Carol (1992), Muppet Treasure Island (1996), and Muppets From Space (1999). And yes, I’ve seen the new movie, and… Continue reading The Essential Guide to Locating Famous Humans in Muppet Movies