Being an actual housewife isn’t a prerequisite on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and there’s no better example than one of the show’s most controversial castmates, Brandi Glanville.
Unfiltered and often admittedly inebriated, Glanville fast became a Bravo favorite and in a new interview the single mother of two opens up about her years as a housewife, before the glitz and glam of the television… Continue reading Brandi Glanville Says She Was ‘Ghetto Rich’ — Her Job As Eddie Cibrian’s Wife Was To Dish Up Dinner & Look ‘Great On His Arm’
Network promises to promote the sport in the long term. It will show Hockey India League on 3 of its channels, bring international tournaments and best production technology as it draws up a blueprint to bring the glory back to Indian hockey
Sohini Sen | Mumbai | January 24, 2014
Star India’s sports network – Star Sports – has announced an investment of over… Continue reading Star Sports’ great Hockey gamble: Announces Rs 1,500 cr investment over 8 years
When the first trailer for Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street erupted this summer and cut to the joyful noise of Kanye West’s “Black Skinhead,” it was only the latest great musical moment associated with the justly celebrated director.
Scorsese’s movies always have one finger poised, ready to hit “play” on a mixtape of original compositions, pop standards, classical jams, neglected rock masterpieces and underground punk… Continue reading 8 Great... Martin Scorsese Musical Moments
Welcome to The Last Horror Blog, a biweekly column on all things horror.
Hollywood may be mostly interested in rebooting and remaking popular horror films these days, but some of the genre’s best titles were actually adaptations based on books and short stories. The Haunting (the 1963 original) was a film version of Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House. The Exorcist and Rosemary’s Baby were both inspired by the works of… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: 8 Creepy Books That Would Make Great Movies
Last week, I gave you the first half of my list of 10 great “geeky” horror movies, and with Halloween arriving this week, it’s time for the next five films (and two honorable mentions) on that list.
As I wrote in the previous column, the films on this list represent some of my favorite films that fall outside the usual Halloween standards, and whether due to their cast, characters, plot… Continue reading The Geek Beat: 10 Great Geeky Horror Movies, Part Two