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Horror (genre)

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  • Holiday gifts fit for a fairy tale

    Holiday gifts fit for a fairy tale
    Once upon a time — and by that we mean just a few months ago — it was the old-school horror genre that was being dusted off and repurposed into 21st century popular culture replete with wizards, werewolves, zombies and the hollow-cheeked...
  • Simon Pegg will always be a fanboy at heart

    Simon Pegg will always be a fanboy at heart
    Simon Pegg is as close as you can get to a real-life geek superhero; his special powers include a real affection for Comic-Con culture and stepping into that imaginary world. As a boy, Pegg was swept away by his geek loves: live theater and the...
  • The Sunday Conversation: Rachel Weisz

    The Sunday Conversation: Rachel Weisz
    Rachel Weisz, 41, digs into intense territory in her latest film, "The Whistleblower," opening Friday. Weisz, who recently married James Bond, a.k.a. Daniel Craig, plays the real-life Kathryn Bolkovac, a U.N. police monitor in Bosnia who exposes a sex...
  • Universal Studios Hollywood unveils mazes for Halloween Horror Nights 2011

    Universal Studios Hollywood unveils mazes for Halloween Horror Nights 2011
    Universal Studios Hollywood has announced plans for haunted attractions based on "The Thing," "The Wolfman," "Scream," "Hostel" and "House of 1000 Corpses" films as well as shock rocker Alice Cooper and the La Llorona folk legend while continuing to...
  • 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' and 'Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter'

    'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' and 'Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter'
    It would be easy to dismiss the new book "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" as little more than a novelty. The title sounds more like a great "Saturday Night Live" sketch than a compelling read, and its author, Seth Grahame-Smith, was responsible for...
  • Melissa Joan Hart, TV's Sabrina, lists Sherman Oaks home

    Melissa Joan Hart, TV's Sabrina, lists Sherman Oaks home
    There are certain roles in Hollywood that, once cast, simply stick like glue. Sean Connery will always be James Bond. Anthony Hopkins will always be Hannibal Lecter. And Melissa Joan Hart will always be Sabrina the Teenage Witch, no matter how many...
  • Send the legislators home at night

    Send the legislators home at night
    Here's another Sacramento reform for the long "to do" list -- one that wouldn't require a vote of the people or even the governor's signature. Prohibit the Legislature from voting on any bill after sunset. No exceptions -- and especially not a budget...
  • Some disquiet on these L.A. film sets

    Some disquiet on these L.A. film sets
    The iron chain falls with a clang as the old man steps into the dark, deserted hallway of Linda Vista Community Hospital. Lights flicker and a stench of mold hangs in the air. Down the main corridor, a lone metal gurney rests against a wall. More than...
  • Forrest J Ackerman, writer-editor who coined 'sci-fi,' dies at 92

    Forrest J Ackerman, writer-editor who coined 'sci-fi,' dies at 92
    Forrest J Ackerman, who influenced a generation of young horror-movie fans with Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine and spent a lifetime amassing what has been called the world's largest personal collection of science-fiction and fantasy memorabilia, has...
  • Arnold Laven dies at 87; director and producer

    Arnold Laven dies at 87; director and producer
    Arnold Laven, a film and television director and producer who was a partner in the production company that produced the TV series "The Rifleman" and "The Big Valley," has died. He was 87. Laven died of complications of pneumonia Sept. 13 at Tarzana...
  • Dan O'Bannon dies at 63; screenwriter of 'Alien'

    Dan O'Bannon dies at 63; screenwriter of 'Alien'
    Dan O'Bannon, the acclaimed science fiction/horror film screenwriter who was best known for writing the blockbuster hit "Alien" and who also directed and wrote the zombie fest "The Return of the Living Dead," has died. He was 63. O'Bannon, whose...