We asked fans to submit their horror movie-themed tats, and now we have the lucky thirteen (gulp!) finalists who are eligible to win a monster-sized collection of classic scary movie Blu-rays! But we will need YOUR help to crown the king and queen of our Tattoos of Terror contest!
All you need to do is scroll through both the men’s and women’s… Continue reading Tattoos of Terror Contest Finals: Vote for the Best Horror Movie-Themed Ink
Mean girls? In the world of “Divergent,” it’s murderous girls.
Summit Entertainment has released another featurette (below) that explores the world created by author Veronica Roth and being filmed by director Neil Burger. This one focuses on what it really means to be “divergent” — when someone can’t be categorized into one of the five factions into which society divides. Shailene Woodley’s protagonist, Tris… Continue reading New 'Divergent' Footage Explores the Terror of Being Different (VIDEO)
We’ve got all the latest developments as of Wednesday morning following Monday’s horrific bombing at the Boston Marathon.
1. Latest FiguresIn addition to the three people who died as result of the blast, 170 others were injured. As of Wednesday, 76 patients remain in Boston hospitals, with 20 in critical condition (including a 9-year-old girl and 10-year-old boy).
Massachusetts General Hospital chief of trauma surgery Dr. George Velmahos said four patients… Continue reading Terror At The Boston Marathon: 7 New Developments
The official Twitter account of NBC News was apparently hacked Friday and alarming messages were sent to its followers. NBC News issued a statement apologizing for the tweets, which claimed there was a terrorist attack at Ground Zero using a plane.
The Twitter account, which has about 129,000 followers, has temporarily been suspended, but reports of the tweets read:
“Breaking News! Ground Zero has just been attacked. Flight 5736 has crashed into… Continue reading NBC News Twitter feed hacked, prankster claims Ground Zero terror attack
Islamabad has decided to drop the phrase “frontline state in war against terrorism”, frequently used by officials to highlight Pakistan’s role against terror, as it was not serving the country’s interest, an official said. “Descriptions like frontline state in war against terrorism overcast country’s positivities. Therefore, we are doing away with this phrase,” Dawn quoted [...] Continue reading Pakistan not to call itself `frontline state’ in terror war