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    'Real Housewives of Atlanta' recap: It's a slapfest for Kenya and Porsha

    Type: Post | Date: Sunday, Apr 20, 2014

    Let's just say this wasn't exactly a happy reunion
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    New 'Fantastic Four' will be a more 'gritty' and 'realistic' movie than the original

    Type: Post | Date: Sunday, Apr 20, 2014

    Screenwriter defends controversial casting
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    Recap: 'American Idol' Season 13 - Top 7 Performances - Competitor's Pick

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Apr 16, 2014

    The 'Idol' finalists sing songs selected by their rivals
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    German auteur Fatih Akin pulls out of Cannes, as shorts lineup is revealed

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Apr 16, 2014

    The big announcement lands tomorrow
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    The Invisible Woman

    Type: Event | Date: Wednesday, Dec 25, 2013

    Ralph Fiennes directs this tale about the secret lover of Charles Dickens.
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    Hotel Transylvania (+ UltraViolet Digital Copy) - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jan 29, 2013

    The party gets started when one ordinary guy stumbles into the hotel and changes everything
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    Hotel Transylvania (Blu-ray / DVD + UltraViolet Digital Copy)[Blu-ray]

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jan 29, 2013

    Dracula caters to all of the legendary monsters with no problem, but the party really starts when one ordinary guy stumbles into the hotel and changes everything
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    Hotel Transylvania (Blu-ray 3D / Blu-ray / DVD + UltraViolet Digital Copy)

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jan 29, 2013

    Dracula caters to all of the legendary monsters with no problem, but the party really starts when one ordinary guy stumbles into the hotel and changes everything
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    Hotel Transylvania

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, Sep 28, 2012

    Simon Van Helsing and Dracula's Daughter are star-crossed lovers in this animated feature.
  • Sherlock Holmes Double Feature: The Spider Woman/Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Dec 8, 2009

    Includes:Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror (1942) Sherlock Holmes and the Spider Woman (1944) Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror From the first frame of its opening credits, Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror promises (and subsequently delivers) mystery and thrills several layers deep -- following a short prologue intended to introduce Holmes to contemporary England (circa 1942), there is a series of terror broadcasts from Germany, announcing destruction throughout the British isles, and a montage of explosions and other disasters causing havoc. Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone) and Dr. Watson (Nigel Bruce) are called in by Sir Evan Barham (Reginald Denny) of British intelligence's Inner Council to investigate the Voice of Terror and the accompanying sabotage. The other members of the council are disdainful of Holmes' presence, and express heightening doubts as his investigation seems to take him up several blind alleys. The case starts to break when a dying informant gives Holmes a tip that takes him and Watson to London's seedy Limehouse district, where they get a hostile reception until Kitty (Evelyn Ankers), the widow of the murdered informant, makes a patriotic speech reminding her friends that regardless of their class or their feelings about British society, this is a war for the survival of England. With Kitty leading them, the men and women of Limehouse form an invisible army and go out in search of the saboteurs. Holmes determines that the Voice of Terror is recorded on phonograph records in England and flown to Germany for broadcast; with Kitty's help, he traces the saboteurs to a deserted dockside location where he and Watson, along with intelligence chief Mr. Lloyd (Henry Daniell), are nearly killed by Meade (Thomas Gomez), the leader of the saboteurs. Holmes and company are rescued at the last moment by Kitty's army, but Meade escapes. He crosses paths with Kitty, who pretends to be a thief on the run and joins him. Working her way into his trust, she finds evidence that Meade plans to kill Sir Evan Barham; Holmes arrives just minutes behind Meade and heads off an attempt by a German plane to land on Barham's remote estate. All of these incidents of sabotage and attempted assassination are serious enough, but Holmes suspects they're part of a larger, more sinister plot that could lead to the destruction of England. The film ends with a chase to the South Coast and a bombed-out church, where Meade and his men are preparing to take over the country. Holmes captures Meade and unmasks the man behind him, and reveals just how far ahead of the Germans he has been, turning their certain victory into defeat, but he loses a good friend and ally in the process. ~ Bruce Eder, All Movie Guide Sherlock Holmes and the Spider Woman Someone in London has driven several prominent men to madness and suicide. Normally, Scotland Yard would call in Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone) to help solve the case, but Holmes has recently perished in an accident. Or has he? Officially declared dead, Holmes is able to move about undetected as he tries to find out who's behind the rash of suicides -- and why. The culprit turns out to be the bewitching, deadly Andrea Spedding (Gale Sondergaard), and for once, Holmes seems to have met his match. The now-famous climax finds a bound-and-gagged Holmes hidden behind a shooting-gallery target, while his faithful assistant, Dr. Watson (Nigel Bruce), unwittingly prepares to blast away at the target with live ammunition (in wartime, yet). Filled to overflowing with amusing dialogue and devilishly clever plot twists (one of them involving an autistic pygmy!), Sherlock Holmes and the Spider Woman is among the best of the Universal Holmes series. Best bit: told to "act inconspicuous," Inspector Lestrade (Dennis Hoey) ceremoniously rolls his eyes upward and begins whistling loudly -- whereupon Dr. Watson chides him with "Inconspicuous, Lestrade, not half-witted." ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
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