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11/13/2012 at 09:00 AM ET

rachel bilson 600x450 How Rachel Bilson Finds Footwear InspirationCourtesy ShoeMint

When Rachel Bilson and stylist Nicole Chavez launched footwear e-tailer ShoeMint last November, they definitely weren’t thinking about how they’d celebrate the site’s first year. But time flies.

The ladies hosted an intimate brunch at Laurel Hardware in West Hollywood over the weekend, celebrating the

Review in a Hurry: In the last few days before an asteroid is scheduled to hit the Earth and destroy… Continue reading Movie Review: Seeking a Friend for the End of the World's Finds Salvation in Its Comedy Skits

It’s Friday, which means it’s time to let our hair down at Movies.com headquarters and break out all the weird, freaky stuff we’ve been hiding from our parents so they don’t think we’ve gone completely mad. Just don’t tell anyone you got this from us … 

– Okay let’s start with a couple commercials. Because he probably comes pretty cheap (and he’s kinda insane), Kia car dealerships in two different… Continue reading Freaky Friday Finds: Gary Busey Car Commercials, David Lynch, Star Trek, Batman, Star Wars and More

It’s Friday, which means it’s time to let our hair down at Movies.com headquarters and break out all the weird, freaky stuff we’ve been hiding from our parents so they don’t think we’ve gone completely mad. Just don’t tell anyone you got this from us … 

– Who wants to stare at boring old comic book covers when we can stare at awesome animated comic book covers instead? Kerry Callen decided… Continue reading Freaky Friday Finds: 'The Dark Knight Rises,' 'Star Wars,' Adorable Rabbits, Animated Classic Comic Book Covers and More

November 22, 2011

Shock Till You Drop has exclusively learned House of Horror will be directed by French filmmaker Xavier Gens.

Gens previously helmed Frontiere(s), Hitman and the upcoming The Divide.

House of Horror is being produced by James Wan, the director of Insidious. Wan announced his intentions earlier this year to produce a slate of horror films with Icon Entertainment; House of Horror was the first project to