A Midwestern couple are touring the sites of famous murders for a coffee-table book
Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Aug 3, 2010
Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Kurt Russell has to escape the island of Los Angeles and kill the president's daughter in order to receive an antidote to keep him from dying
Type: Event | Date: Sunday, Jun 13, 2010
Season three opens tonight!
Type: Event | Date: Thursday, Dec 3, 2009
"Private Practice" goes back-to-back tonight and Stephen Collins guest stars as The Captain Montgomery.
Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jan 26, 2010
One of the first important distinctions to be made about this version of King Lear is that it is not the same version directed by Peter Brook in 1971. Brook was responsible for the staging of this 1953 version, but it was Andrew McCullough who put it to film. Orson Welles portrays the titular character, one of the most memorable and important characters from the Shakespearean canon. The story begins with the famous request Lear makes of his daughters: to express how much they love him. In exchange, Lear will divide his land and power amongst them based on the extent of their answers. Cordelia (Natasha Parry), the youngest and the one whom Lear loves the most, answers very modestly -- yet honestly --and incurs the wrath of Lear, who not only withholds his gift to her, but banishes her as well. Lear divides his lands and power between the two older daughters, Goneril (Beatrice Straight) and Regan (Margaret Phillips), who intend to take swift and complete control of their father's power almost instantaneously. Lear is reduced to an angry, bitter man who realizes too late what has happened. After a series of indignities are inflicted upon him by his daughters, he retreats into a storm, vowing revenge. This film is an above-average adaptation with a very capable cast and a well-staged presentation. The subplot of Gloucester and his sons has been removed, however, presumably in interests of time conservation, but it doesn't seriously hinder the story. ~ Ryan Shriver, All Movie Guide
Type: Event | Date: Sunday, Aug 30, 2009
Evan Rachel Wood is the Vampire Queen on an all-new episode of "True Blood"
Type: Event | Date: Sunday, Sep 13, 2009
"True Blood" has its second season finale on HBO
Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Oct 15, 2013
Claim: Jenny McCarthy is dragging down "The View" Ashton Kutcher is still TV's highest-paid actor, followed by Jon Cryer and Ray Romano Watch Elizabeth Berkley' recreate her "Saved by the Bell" freakout on "Dancing"
Type: Post | Date: Saturday, Sep 21, 2013
Who else makes the list?
Type: Post | Date: Sunday, Jul 28, 2013
Which '80s one-hit wonder also makes the list?