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Film: Revisiting a Cinematic Corpse

Filmmaker Rob Zombie puts his stamp on the Halloween franchise

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 29, 2007
"It was like coming into a room like this and you don't even know what the meeting is about, and then he brings it up," musician-turned-director Rob Zombie says, explaining how notorious mega-  

Film: The Heart of the Matter

Filmmaker Michael Winterbottom is back with his most high profile film to date, 'A Mighty Heart'

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Michael Winterbottom has directed one movie a year for more than a decade, but there are few people on this side of the pond who could name them. It's not that he's a bad director. In fact, he  

Music: Shaking the Faith

Rife with Southern religious imagery, Th' Legendary Shack Shakers' music alone is reason to testify

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 6, 2007
Col. J.D. Wilkes is high-tailing it through Mississippi, drifting in and out of currents of cell-phone reception as his 15-passenger van dips in and out of gullies on its way to Hattiesburg. That  

Film: Waiting on a Breakthrough

Nathan Fillion shines in actress/writer/director Adrienne Shelly's swansong, 'Waitress'

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 23, 2007
Actor Nathan Fillion looks a lot like Han Solo, but, oddly enough, looks nothing like Harrison Ford. That's probably because the role he's most famous for -- Captain Malcolm Reynolds on Joss Wh  

Music: Where the Boys Are

Fall Out Boy learns to cope with the ups and downs of being one of the biggest bands in the U.S.

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Fall Out Boy lead singer Patrick Stump takes a moment before answering whether or not his band's bass player (and de facto frontman) Pete Wentz has very real plans for world domination. "We al  

Film: Third Time a Charm?

'Spider-Man 3' hopes to match the critical and commercial success of its predecessors

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 2, 2007
Before X-Men debuted in 2000, the only Marvel Comics character to have successfully launched onto the big screen was an obscure vampire hunter named Blade (1998). DC Comics had, with their Supe  

Music: Sibling Revelry

Growing up on the wild Rock & Roll road with Meg & Dia

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 28, 2007
Ashlee Simpson has expended a lot of energy trying to get people to take her rocked-up Pop seriously. It's not working. The Veronicas, twins out of Australia, upped the ante by doing the same th  

Film: Rock Does Rohmer

Chris Rock's 'I Think I Love My Wife' inspired by French film

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Chris Rock's sophomore directorial effort, I Think I Love My Wife, is also his first independent film (well, if Fox Searchlight counts), and so he's justifiably concerned about how his fans will  

Music: The Reluctant Product

Unlike others in the Pop world, Pink isn't afraid to take risks and speak her mind

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 14, 2007
It's no secret that Pink has a beef with the Pop tarts whose genre she inhabits, but on her latest album I'm Not Dead's first single, "Stupid Girls," she threw punches at every other Sunset   

Film: Graphic Greek Myth

Director Zack Snyder and actor Gerard Butler bring Frank Miller's '300' to the screen

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 7, 2007
"It's mythology out of history," director Zack Snyder says of his blood-soaked, steroid-driven adaptation of Frank Miller's award-winning graphic novel 300. Set in 480 B.C., it recounts the r