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  • George A. Romero loves those zombies: 'It's the gift that keeps on giving'

     
    FIVE QUESTIONS: GEORGE A. ROMERO With "Survival of the Dead," horror auteur George A. Romero, now 70, resurrects the series that began more than 40 years ago with the game-changing zombie film "Night of the Living Dead." The Toronto-based writer/director....
  • Horrible Movie Night celebrates flesh-eating killers, alien monsters and (gulp) Rosie O'Donnell

     
    Nicky Loomis is a new contributor to the Hero Complex, and her first piece is a mighty fun one. Horrible Movie Night, like so many bad things in the world, can be traced back to Rosie O'Donnell. It was three......
  • Pat Boyette and the beguiling 'Children of Doom'

     
    FORGOTTEN COMIC BOOK ARTISTS, PART 3: PAT BOYETTE The American comic book has produced a massive mountain of brightly hued pop culture since the 1930s, and the peak moments of the medium have been appropriately celebrated -- but what about......
  • 'Best Worst Movie' brings the trolls back to L.A. on May 21

     
    FIVE QUESTIONS: MICHAEL STEPHENSON Most people would shy away from being associated with a bad movie. Not Michael Stephenson. The former child actor embraces it. In “Best Worst Movie,” Stephenson makes his directorial debut and delves into the cult...
  • 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' is no dream reunion

     
    The Los Angeles Times review of "A Nightmare on Elm Street" was written by Robert Abele, here's an excerpt... Now comes the return of "A Nightmare on Elm Street," thanks in part to producer Michael Bay, who, when he's not......
  • 'Bride of Frankenstein' comes alive in Hollywood on Saturday

     
    TCM CLASSIC FILM FESTIVAL, APRIL 22-25 You know there must have been electricity in the air when "The Bride of Frankenstein" opened in theaters on April 22, 1935. The superior sequel to Universal's 1931 landmark horror film, "Frankenstein," was...
  • From The Vaults: 'The Virgin Spring' (1960)

     
    This continues to be the only Ingmar Bergman movie I have seen... I have a slew of them in my Netflix queue, but this one got prioritized mainly because it was the basis for Wes Craven's 1972 classic, “Last House on the Left.” Bergman's film, in turn,...
  • Theater review: ‘Neighborhood III: Requisition of Doom' at Sacred Fools Theater

     
    Suburbia turns in on itself in "Neighborhood III: Requisition of Doom." Jennifer Haley's play about an online video game that mirrors its teenage players' own community receives an impressively determined West Coast premiere at Sacred Fools. A hit at the....
  • Wes Craven's retirement plan? 'My goal is die in my 90s on the set' [UPDATED]

     
    "MERCHANT OF NIGHTMARES: A TRIBUTE TO WES CRAVEN" AT THE AERO THEATRE For close to four decades, Wes Craven has been a true master of screen terror with films such as “The Last House on the Left,” “The Hills Have......
  • 'Psycho' takes a stab at history with 50th anniversary screening

     
    No surprise, when censors got a look at Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 masterpiece “Psycho,” they were aghast at what they saw in a certain bathroom scene. But it may not be the part you expect. Who can forget the infamous shower......
  • Super Bowl movie ads: Who took home the trophy?

     
    Now that we know the Super Bowl broadcast had the biggest TV ratings ever, we can move on to more pressing concerns like -- who got the most money's worth out of their movie ads on the telecast? Studios spend......
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  • Man of the Streets, in Three Suites

    First Suite: The Apartment
  • From Skid Row to Disney Hall

    Nathaniel was in a panic over what to wear. "I can't wear these grubby things," he said, taking stock of clothes that bore the stain of the streets. "I've washed them over and over, and that's the best I seem to be able to do." For months, Nathaniel...

    A Ray of Hope for Future Nathaniels

    The timing was perfect. I had just asked a Yale professor why there are no mentally ill people living on the streets of Norway, where he helped design some of the most progressive mental health treatment in the world. Then a colleague mentioned she was...

    Stakes Are So High, It's Hard to Wait

    I could tell something was bothering Casey Horan and Shannon Murray, and it wasn't hard to guess what. They're in the business of patience, and I've got very little of it. Horan and Murray work for Lamp, the skid row agency that's been trying to help...

    At 99, psychoanalyst still has a lot on her schedule

    At 99, psychoanalyst still has a lot on her schedule
    She answers the knock at the door, smiles exquisitely, floats through the afternoon light of her Brentwood home with casual grace. It's another full day for Hedda Bolgar, who sees patients four days a week, teaches on the fifth day, drives a Prius, is...