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Halloween

Halloween
A collection of news and information related to Halloween published by this site and its partners.

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  • Sundance 2014: 'The Raid 2' hits festival hard; trailer released

    Sundance 2014: 'The Raid 2' hits festival hard; trailer released
    PARK CITY, Utah -- Many who came to Sundance for the jam-packed first weekend had already departed Park City by Tuesday night, which left a difficult decision for those who remained: the world premiere of "The Raid 2" or a secret screening, which turned...
  • Kevin Durant, Thunder defeat Spurs, 111-105

    Kevin Durant, Thunder defeat Spurs, 111-105
    Kevin Durant had 36 points to offset Tony Parker's season-high 37, and the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder survived a testy 111-105 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night, their third win this season over the defending Western Conference...
  • Chris Burnham gets the creeps over his, Grant Morrison’s ‘Nameless’

     
    Chris Burnham was being “cagey” about his and writer Grant Morrison's “Nameless” horror, but he was excited to name the […]...
  • Throwback Thursday: Did Lizard People live under L.A. 5,000 years ago?

    Throwback Thursday: Did Lizard People live under L.A. 5,000 years ago?
    Readers must have been shocked by the front page of the Jan. 29, 1934, Los Angeles Times, where Jean Bosquet wrote breathlessly about a search for a lost civilization of Lizard People and their buried treasure. The headline contained an unfortunate...
  • Teenagers sentenced to life in prison for double murder

    A 17-year-old girl and her 18-year-old boyfriend, convicted last year of murdering the girl’s parents, were sentenced Friday to life in prison.  Cynthia Alvarez, who was 15 years old at the time of the October 2011 killings, was tried as an adult...
  • Rob Zombie sells home in Hancock Park (Photos)

    Rob Zombie sells home in Hancock Park (Photos)
    Shock-rocker and filmmaker Rob Zombie, known for his horror and sci-fi themes, has sold his stately home in Hancock Park for $3.65 million. The tree-sheltered Tudor, built in 1924, features wood paneling in the living room and pub rooms as well as the...
  • Throwback Thursday: 9 vintage Disneyland photos

    Throwback Thursday: 9 vintage Disneyland photos
    In 1964, Jong Sook Kim visited Disneyland. It was no ordinary trip for the 14-year-old. Doctors once thought she would never see again, but after she traveled from her native South Korea to San Francisco for surgery, her sight was restored -- and she...
  • Julianne Hough dons blackface for Halloween costume, apologizes

    Julianne Hough dons blackface for Halloween costume, apologizes
    Julianne Hough put her worst face forward Friday night, knotting up her blond locks and donning blackface for her Halloween costume, the character Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren from "Orange Is the New Black." On Saturday, she apologized. The gaffe...
  • Disney rolls out villain-themed faux eyelashes, cosmetic bags [UPDATED]

    Disney rolls out villain-themed faux eyelashes, cosmetic bags [UPDATED]
    Disney Consumer Products has tapped into its dark side a tiny little bit with villains-themed cosmetic bags by Soho Beauty and fake eyelashes from Ardell,* which hit retail earlier this month for your Halloween haunting needs. Soho Beauty's soft-sided...
  • There's no reason, or excuse, for blackface Halloween costumes

    There's no reason, or excuse, for blackface Halloween costumes
    Every Halloween, people take the opportunity to step out of their lives and into a playful realm where they can dress up as anything they can imagine: make-believe for adults. Halloween is the one time of year largely free from judgment. Women can go as a...
  • 'Boobies bracelets' heading for the Supreme Court?

    'Boobies bracelets' heading for the Supreme Court?
    In 1969, in a case involving children who were disciplined for wearing black armbands to protest the Vietnam War, the Supreme Court ruled that students don't "shed their constitutional rights to freedom of speech or expression at the schoolhouse gate." ...