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BEING-HUMAN

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The BBC is conjuring up another season of Being Human for 2013. The show — which hinges on a vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost living together — lost two of its original leads following season 3, leaving only ghost Lenora Crichlow. But promoting frequent guest werewolf Michael Socha (This is England) to the main cast and adding unknown Damien… Continue reading BBC renews ‘Being Human’ for a fifth season

‘Human Centipede 3’ Director Tom Six: Sequel Will Include A 500-Person Centipede

Today in gross news you didn’t need to know: Director Tom Six has tweeted about the next chapter in his torture porn series, “The Human Centipede.” (The movies follow two sick/twisted/mentally unstable men who like stitching people together.)

So, after sewing three individuals in the first film, then 12 in “The Human Centipede II: Full Sequence,” how does Six plan on topping himself this time around? By making a vomit-inducing 500-person… Continue reading 'Human Centipede 3' Director Tom Six: Sequel Will Include A 500-Person Centipede

What to Watch Tonight: 2 Broke Girls, Being Human, and Castle

What to watch on Monday, February 20…

Don’t be mad when I say this, but today’s Monday. I’m sorry! See, I asked you not to be mad and now you’re mad. But cheer up, there are some things on TV that you should watch tonight and here are but a few:

8:30pm, CBS2 Broke GirlsWhen Max and Caroline are tasked with baking some kosher cupcakes for a Bar Mitzvah, they conveniently overlook… Continue reading What to Watch Tonight: 2 Broke Girls, Being Human, and Castle

‘Fringe’: ‘A Better Human Being’ brings back memories and gives us new alts

Fringe A Better man.jpgBig, giant, enormous things happened on “Fringe” this week. Forget the rest of the episode. It’s all about the ending. And the ending of “A Better Human Being” is going to stick in your head forever. If you haven’t watched the episode yet, this is… Continue reading 'Fringe': 'A Better Human Being' brings back memories and gives us new alts

Hollywood’s Human Growth Hormone Problem: Are Stars Taking It To Stay Young?

In 2007, actor Sylvester Stallone was caught by Australian custom agents with 48 vials of Jintropin, a human growth hormone (HGH). The drug is best known for being used by professional athletes, mainly baseball players, who need help recovering from injury or building muscle. HGH has been banned by Major League Baseball since 2005.

However, in the March issue of Vanity Fair, writer Ned Zeman says the problem extends way past… Continue reading Hollywood's Human Growth Hormone Problem: Are Stars Taking It To Stay Young?