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Tour kicked off in Montreal tonight
Tour kicked off in Montreal tonight
Plus: Is that Salt-n-Pepa bringing old school back?
Plus: Uhura's unite - Zoe Saldana and Nichelle Nichols together
DARKEST HOURS Part 2 of 4: “Complications” • As Otto Octavius takes another big step in his life as Peter Parker... could a big part of Flash Thompson’s life be coming to a close? Will he be... VENOM NO MORE?! • More with MJ! More with Carlie! More with the Green Goblin! And, after half a century, one of the most cringe-worthy moments in ALL of Spidey-history! You do NOT want to miss this one!
Steve Dildarian's animated series about life in New York City
The Spiderman Trilogy, starring Tobey Maguire, now in a box set
Season three ends tonight.
That's right, there is a season three and it starts tonight.
A psychiatrist famous for her writings about serial murderers is nearly killed by obsessed psychopath
A serial killer stalks the streets of San Francisco; unlike his many predecessors does not choose a distinctive, identifying pattern. No, this killer prides himself on his unoriginality: he is a copycat, recreating the violent murders of some of the country's most notorious serial killers, his heroes. On the case, is criminal psychologist Helen Hudson who is the reigning expert on serial killers; she has also become agoraphobic after having too close of a brush with killer, Daryll Lee Cullum. Though he has finally been locked up, she is unable to function outside her apartment. It is homicide detective M.J. Monahan and her partner Ruben who involve Hudson after they begin suspecting that the recent rash of bizarre murders they investigate is the work of a new mass murderer. Using her career and her vast knowledge, she figures out the killer's game. She knows he is well-versed in history and that the killings are tributes to the old masters. Unfortunately, she cannot predict his next style of killing, who he will kill, or when. ~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide
A Chicago art critic with a notorious nasty streak retreats to his Mackinac Island cottage for a brief getaway, only to get stuck in a wager with one of the artists he recently trashed in a particularly mean-spirited review. M.J. Clayton (Broson Pinchot) doesn't necessarily shrink from controversy; in fact, readers all across the country are familiar with this brutal form of journalistic sadism. Scolded by his publisher after a series of venomous reviews, Clayton retreats to his Mackinac Island cottage and wanders over to the bar for a few drinks. There, Clayton is confronted by Frank (John Lepard), a struggling artist whose latest show was prematurely pulled from a popular gallery as a direct result of the critic's unkind words. Emboldened by an intoxicating mix of beer and liquor, Clayton bets Frank that he can prove how easy it is to make great art; an impulsive challenge that he immediately regrets upon waking up with a bad hangover the following morning. Now, as Clayton attempts to make good on his wager by using some quality art supplies furnished by Frank, he discovers to his dismay that he has absolutely no artistic talent. At the opening of the annual art festival Clayton learns that he has become something of a local celebrity. But while the last thing he wants to do right now is deal with fans and detractors, the announcement that he has been fired from the newspaper leaves his desperate to make some quick cast. The top prize in the festival is $10,000, and though Frank doesn't possess the talent needed to win the jackpot there is a local artist (Toni Trucks) who does. After quietly purchasing the humble artist's best painting, Clayton slyly enters it into the competition as his own. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
Producer says 'Chicago' will be first single from mystery collaboration
Tune leaks over the weekend - but is it the real deal?