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Actress Veronica Cartwright is planning to take film director Ridley Scott to court for damages, rumour has it. In the famous 'Belly Bursting' scene in Alien, Cartwright like the other actors, had not been told about the blood and real guts that woul...

I saw the wonderful film Der Staat Gegen Fritz Bauer/The People vs. Fritz Bauer at the 2016 Jewish International Film Festival in Melbourne. The festival programme gave the following synopsis:“Germany, 1957. Attorney General Fritz Bauer receives cr...

If anyone out there can nail our taste in film, it’s the iconic, disgusting Prince of Puke himself, Mister John Waters! Each year Waters lists off his top 10, and 2016 is no exception! Check out the list, hot off the presses after the jump! 1 K...

I had never sought out fictional crime writing from Scandinavia. Instead I typically focused on crime novels coming from Britain in general, and Scotland in particul­ar. But the emergence of Nordic Noir, in cinemas and on television, changed all tha...

Witches have been portrayed onscreen as evil, hideous hags (Hocus Pocus), as eccentric but kind neighbors (Practical Magic), as rebellious teens in Hot Topic clothing (The Craft). In The Love Witch, Elaine (Samantha Robinson) is a different archetype...

LOS ANGELES — African-American broadcast network Bounce TV is jumping into the subscription streaming service world.  The network on Thursday launched Brown Sugar, a streaming app available on mobile phones, tablets and online for $4 per m...

From the BBC:Mexico City has held its first Day of the Dead parade, complete with floats, giant marionettes and hundreds of dancers and performers.Mexican tourism officials say the inspiration came from the opening scenes in last year's James Bond fi...