With the midterm elections heavy on everyone’s mind, Jason Blum was booed offstage at the Israel Film Festival, where he was being honored, for making anti-Trump remarks during his speech. Blum was booed from the start, when he referenced the election results that were rolling in at the same time as the event. “A lot […]
The internet can debate all it wants, but Paul Rudd is like, totally OK with the "Clueless" remake.
Kylie Jenner shared a lot of photos of Halloween this year — she sported many different looks — but the best, hands down, is a throwback from last year when she was secretly pregnant with Stormi.
Check out the fun costumes celebs rocked for this year's spooky festivities.
The actor takes us behind the scenes of his John Wayne-inspired epic brawl with Roddy Piper in John Carpenter's cult classic.
Mel B attended her "America's Got Talent" pal Heidi Klum's Halloween party dressed as Posh Spice, Victoria Beckham — and that won't bring the Spice Girls back together.
The Olympic snowboarder sparked controversy over the weekend, when he dressed as Simple Jack, the disabled character portrayed by Ben Stiller's actor character in "Tropic Thunder."
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There were monsters in rock songs before Alice Cooper surfaced in the early ‘70s with songs like “The Ballad of Dwight Fry,” “Dead Babies,” and “Killer,” But there weren’t monsters in rock. Cooper changed all that.
From Jack Skellington (who combined lanky director Henry Selick with the graceful Fred Astaire) to the monstrous Oogie Boogie to the "old movie tricks" behind Zero, here's how Halloweentown came to spooky life.
Hollywood's legendary makeup man explains the secrets of the greatest video of all time, along with his Oscar-worthy work on "American Werewolf" and "Coming to America."
The items in Rich Correll's collection — including a dummy from "The Exorcist" with the spinning head — do not disappoint.
For our special Halloween episode of Unfiltered, we sat down with the world’s first intergalactic Heavy Metal band GWAR! A collection of misfit space warriors and creatures from the planet Scumdogia, GWAR is actually a long-running collective of musicians and artists from Richmond, Va. In 1984, Dave Brockie, lead singer and bassist for the punk band Death Piggy, met Hunter Jackson and Chuck Varga, two art students from Virginia Commonwealth University. The band became a local hit and started playing shows as GWAR, a thrash metal/punk band with a sense of humor that used elaborate costumes and stage theatrics to satirize censorship and media violence.
Famed fright master talks creating scares on a (low) budget, what makes yellow blood so freaky, and why his franchise purposely avoids the "misogynistic aspects" of slasher films.
The 52-year-old model shared a make-up free selfie straight from bed on Tuesday.
Filmmaker reveals it took only one line in Kathy Bates's "Misery" audition before he hired her for an Oscar-winning role.