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10 items from 2014

Another Former Playboy Model Accuses Bill Cosby of Sexual Assault

24 November 2014 1:32 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Former Playboy playmate Victoria Valentino has joined the list of women to have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault. Valentino, who was Playmate of the Month in September 1963, told the Washington Post that the alleged assault took place in 1970 after she was introduced to Cosby by fellow Playboy model Francesca Emerson. Valentino is the second Playboy bunny to accuse Cosby of assault, joining Carla Ferrigno. According to Valentino, she and friend Meg Foster joined Cosby at a Los Angeles restaurant for dinner, which was the second time Valentino had spent time with him. At the end of the

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- Ryan Gajewski

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20 Fun Facts about Masters Of The Universe

21 November 2014 11:17 AM, PST | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe was one of my favorite toys and cartoons back in the 1980s, and a live-action movie was made in 1987 that I was lucky enough to have enjoyed as a kid. I freakin’ loved that flick! As a nine-year-old, I couldn’t have asked for anything more epic. Unfortunately, the older I got the more ridiculous and stupid this movie became. Regardless of the fact that it’s a poorly made adaptation, the kid in me still loves the hell out of it. For this week's Fun Facts list I decided to revisit the movie and list twenty things that you might not know about it. There's a lot of great stuff here that I previously didn't know about.

The actor who played Blade, Anthony De Longis, trained Dolph Lundgren to use a sword, and he choreograph the sword fight between He-Man and Blade »

- Joey Paur

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Stan Winston Week: Celebrating Leviathan with Ernie Hudson, Tom Woodruff Jr. & Exclusive Photo Gallery

8 July 2014 2:11 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

For the second day of our Stan Winston Week celebration, I wanted to shine the spotlight on another monster movie that I’ve always enjoyed, but it never seemed to get as much love as I thought it should- George P. CosmatosLeviathan. It’s a movie that wasn’t perfect by any means, but it was endlessly entertaining all the same, featuring a top-notch ensemble and tons of wonderfully weird and creepy creature effects created by Winston and his team of artists.

Starring Peter Weller, Richard Crenna, Daniel Stern, Ernie Hudson, Amanda Pays, Hector Elizondo, Meg Foster, Michael Carmine and Lisa Eilbacher, Leviathan was released in theaters everywhere on March 17, 1989 and took a respectable second place for the weekend, right behind Chevy Chase’s Fletch Lives. It only stayed in theaters for a total of three weeks, but still managed to haul in over $15 million during that run, which »

- Heather Wixson

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Masters Of The Universe

12 June 2014 12:02 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Cannon Films

Mooted as the “Star Wars on the 80s” by the outlandish producing team of Golan and Globus at Cannon Films, 1987′s Masters of the Universe may well have worked under different circumstances. With Rocky IV star Dolph Lundgren in the lead, and flanked by Frost/Nixon’s Frank Langella, future Friends’ star Courtney Cox, Meg Foster and 80’s stalwart James Tolkan, the first attempt to bring He-Man to the big screen certainly had some promising ingredients.

Sadly, the finished product annoyed more than it pleased. Masters of the Universe is today considered a flop by most in film circles, grossing just $17 million in a year that saw Three Man and a Baby, Fatal Attraction, Beverly Hills Cop 2 and Dirty Dancing strike it rich. But what many don’t know is how much a struggle Masters was to make for its director Gary Goddard (who never directed a feature »

- Scott Davis

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Underwater Creature Feature Leviathan Coming To Scream Factory Blu-ray!

19 March 2014 1:15 PM, PDT | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

One of the most underrated creature feature’s (and a personal favorite) is George P. CosmatosLeviathan. Sure, it’s basically an Alien and The Thing body-horror clone albeit with a deep sea locale, but the ensemble of character actors (Robocop himself Peter Weller, Ghostbuster‘s Ernie Hudson, and even They Live‘s Meg Foster as a steely corporate head!) and spectacular creature effects by Stan Winston make it stand on its’ own.

Scream Factory thinks so too, as they are now set to give the film it’s HD debut and release it during their so-called “Summer of Fear”! Here’s what they had to say:

Our “Summer of Fear” release slate is about to get drenched. We’re thrilled to report that we will be bringing the 1989 underwater monster flick Leviathan to Blu-ray for the first time this August! We know this will please many of you as »

- Justin Edwards

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‘Ravenswood’ Finale Clips: Caleb Saves Hanna From A Deadly Bath

30 January 2014 2:14 PM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

Hanna fights to win Caleb back on the ‘Ravenswood’ winter finale, but will she also be fighting for her life? Watch and see!

It looks like Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) forgot to tell Hanna (Ashley Benson) the first rule of life in Ravenswood: Never take a bath! Two new clips from the Feb. 4 winter finale feature Hanna paying a visit to the titular town, and quickly finding herself in way over her head — literally.

In a nod to Caleb’s now-infamous bath scene from the pilot, Hanna decides to take a dip for herself, only to learn the hard way that it ain’t easy getting clean in this town.

Let’s just say, you probably shouldn’t watch this clip if you have a fear of spiders. Or baths. Or messy breakups.

Watch: Hanna’s Spider Bath

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But the weirdness doesn’t end there! »

- Andy Swift

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‘Ravenswood’ Recap: Remy’s Dreams Offer A Clue About The Curse

7 January 2014 7:00 PM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

The ‘Ravenswood’ winter premiere offered up answers about the mysterious curse — and, of course, a million more questions.

Following his three-day stint in Rosewood, Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) returned “home” on the Jan. 7 winter premiere of Ravenswood, only to discover that life in the titular town is even more twisted than when he left.

Sleepwalk This Way

Upon realizing her nightmares were actually allowing her a glimpse into the past — I’m sorry, do your nightmares not do that? – Remy (Britne Oldford) went on a semi-conscious jaunt through the town, followed closely by Caleb and Luke (Brett Dier), who I think found themselves in combat with a scarecrow. Like, an actual scarecrow.

'Ravenswood' Stars Talk 'Pll' Crushes

Anyweird, Remy’s nightmare revealed the creation of the original pact, offering her a new clue that leads her to believe the Collins family has more — if not all – to »

- Andy Swift

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I. Marlene King Teases New ‘Pretty Little Liars,’ ‘Ravenswood’ Episodes

7 January 2014 3:16 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Pretty Little Liars” and “Ravenswood’s” I. Marlene King knows a couple things about screaming teens. The first show, which she created based on Sara Shepard’s books about an deceased mean girl who seems to be taunting her friends behind the grave, has a cult-like following that brought an average 3.94 million views to the ABC Family show in 2013 and paved the way for marketing opportunities like a just-launched clothing line. The second show, where King shares creator title with Joseph Dougherty and Oliver Goldstick and which drew a more respectable average 1.96 million fans during its 2013 premiere episodes, is more about scaring fans with ghosts, curses and creepy kids. Both shows resume airing tonight on ABC Family and King was kind enough to share details about developing both shows and about the secret that started it all — “Pretty Little Liars’” “A.”

Fans Not Caught Up On Both Series Should Note That This Post Contains Spoilers. »

- Whitney Friedlander

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Dread Central's Best and Worst of 2013

2 January 2014 7:15 PM, PST | | See recent Dread Central news »

Another year has come to an end, which means it's time for the Dread Central staff to weigh in with their picks of the best and worst of 2013's horror offerings. We're giving you a full dozen lists this time, and per usual they come in a variety of formats, each reflecting the unique styles of our writers.

We've also compiled them to come up with the year's overall winners and losers. We averaged out the top and bottom five vote getters on everyone's lists, and here are the results:

Best: Maniac

Runners-up: The Conjuring, Evil Dead

Worst: Texas Chainsaw 3D

Runners-up: The Purge, The Last Exorcism Part II

Check out the Dread Central staff's Best of and Worst of lists for 2013 by following the links below!

[Andrew Kasch]

[Anthony Arrigo]

[Brad McHargue]

[Buz "Danger" Wallick]

[Debi "The Woman in Black" Moore]

[The Foywonder]

[Gareth "Pestilence" Jones]



[Scott "Doctor Gash" Hallam]

[Staci Layne Wilson]

[Uncle Creepy]

Andrew Kasch's Picks

Stoker: Chan-wook Park delivered some next-level filmmaking and his best film since Oldboy with his U. »

- Uncle Creepy

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Heather’s Favorites of 2013

1 January 2014 3:30 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Happy 2014 Everyone! Looking back, I thought 2013 was an exceptional year for horror, especially for independent genre fare that ended making up most of my favorite films over the last 12 months. In fact, 2013 ended up being so good, even a number of remakes that came out this year managed to be as strong as their original horror peers and that’s pretty damn impressive.

Here’s a look at some of my very favorite things that happened in horror along the way during 2013:

John Dies at the End:

I’d been waiting patiently to see Don Coscarelli’s John Dies at the End ever since I chatted him up about the project at SXSW 2012. Thankfully, the film didn’t disappoint at all when it was released last January. Wonderfully weird and oddly heartfelt, no one has quite mastered the art of the unexpected like Coscarelli has throughout his career »

- Heather Wixson

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