Melissa Gorga confronted the former friend who branded her a cheating wife on Sunday night’s episode of The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
Things got weird when her sister-in-law, Teresa Giudice — with whom Melissa’s established an uneasy truce — intervened during her talk with another woman about the cheating claims. And Teresa appeared to be diverting attention from her own possible role in gossiping about… Continue reading Melissa Gorga’s Ex-BFF Says Housewife Cheated On Hubby Joe, Has Plenty Of ‘Skeletons Under Her Bed’
Coen Bros. fans rejoice – we’ve got the first official trailer for the duo’s newest feature, Inside Llewyn Davis, and we think you’re gonna dig it.
The dynamic directing duo (who’ve given us countless classics like Fargo, The Big Lebowski, and No Country for Old Men) are back with this quasi-biographical take on the life of ‘60s folk musician Dave van Ronk –… Continue reading 'Inside Llewyn Davis' Trailer: The Coen Bros. Return with Peace, Love and Plenty of Folk Music
Reviews and Editorials
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Are New Blu-rays of ‘Wall Street,’ ‘The French Connection’ and ‘Halloween II’ Worth the Double Dip? by Robert B. DeSalvo
Everything I Know About the World I Learned from Fantastic Fest by Jacob S. Hall
New Video on Demand: Download ‘Madagascar 3′ and ‘Moonrise… Continue reading Best of the Week: 'Frankenweenie' Everywhere, Lois Lane's History and Plenty More
Review in a Hurry: Daniel Radcliffe is sent to a remote village to sort out the affairs of a recently deceased eccentric who lived in a spooky old mansion. There, he sees a whole lotta dead people, but not the helpful kind that haunt Hogwarts.
This supernatural thriller has… Continue reading Movie Review: The Woman in Black Is Plenty Spooky, but Barely Twisty