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Edward Furlong's estranged wife claims he exposed their six-year-old son to cocaine. Rachael Bella has filed court papers alleging their little boy Ethan tested positive for the class-a drug after spending time with the 'Terminator 2' actor and has obtained a court order which forbids him from being alone with his son. However, Edward appeared in court on Friday (14.12.12) to say Rachael is a liar, who will do or say whatever it takes to 'alienate me further from my son and destroy my ability to work'. However, the judge didn't believe what Edward was saying and refused to change the custody restrictions already in place. According to gossip website TMZ, the judge also expressed concern about the 35-year-old »
Actor Edward Furlong has led an extremely troubled life for the past 10 years or so.
The "Terminator 2" star has been in and out of rehab, suffered from a suspected heroin overdose, admitted to addictions to cocaine and heroin and been arrested for DUIs, public intoxication and violating a restraining order filed by estranged wife Rachael Bella.
And now Furlong has been arrested again, reports TMZ. Reportedly, early Tuesday morning (Oct. 30) Furlong got into a fight with his current girlfriend, whose identity is unknown at this time, at the Los Angeles International Airport and grabbed her hard enough to leave marks.
When officers arrived, Furlong was reportedly taken into custody for felon domestic violence and is in jail on a $50,000 bond. »
Chicago – I have a certain begrudging affection for Gore Verbinski’s 2002 remake of Hideo Nakata’s 1998 thriller, “Ringu,” despite the fact that I know in my heart of hearts that it doesn’t really work. Verbinski’s film falters precisely when it should be at its scariest, and yet it still has enough memorably eerie moments to inspire at least a couple sleepless nights.
It kicked off a series of increasingly inept American remakes of Asian horror films, quickly turning their once frightening motifs into self-satirizing clichés. Many Hollywood filmmakers fail to conjure the sense of brooding unease that allows surrealistic imagery to work its spell. Inexplicable puddles of water, pale-faced victims and a vengeful apparition in a white robe are all expected tropes of the genre, and they were all put to exceedingly powerful use in “Ringu.” It’s the apparition’s face hidden behind a thick mat of »
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