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Dear Lord. After a sprawling, whiz-bang premiere, this week American Horror Story: Asylum slowed down the pace just a titch (what, no aliens this week?!) but still managed to pack in an exorcism, a hit-and-run, and some awesomely bitchy dialog. Let's visit Briarcliff and see what's up with our favorite crazies, shall we?
Jenna Dewan Tatum screams and runs, screams and runs. This must be what Justin Bieber's life sounds like. She grabs Adam Levine by his remaining arm and tries to drag him to safety - but just as she gets him to the big steel door, Bloody Face grabs his legs and yanks him in the other direction. Make a wish!
Unfortunately, he doesn't snap in two. She slams the door and watches through the glory hole as ol' Parakeet Puss perforates her hubby with his lobotomy-thingy:
Bloody Face then starts banging on the door like it »
They have a right to be pissed.
It's the most important morning of the year. Hollywood is temporarily jolted from its stupor for a ten-minute rollercoaster of natural highs and shattered dreams. Nothing but ... shattered dreams.
It's those shattered dreams that immediately become the focus after the Oscar nominations are announced. With only five slots per category, deserving actors are excluded, and that's when the fun begins, as the discussion about the "snubs" commences.
That was especially true this year, as a flurry of serious contenders were nowhere to be found. Charlize Theron, Tilda Swinton, Leonardo Dicaprio, and Albert Brooks were the names most bandied about, along with Andy Serkis (and they should really either nominate him, or give him a special Oscar for his unique contributions to film.)
Of course, Oscar has a history of overlooking interesting and memorable performances. Let's take a look at a few notable Oscar omissions. »
Now this is going to be fun. The last few seasons of Lifetime's Project Runway have been hit or miss, thanks to flavorless designers, stultifying challenges, and inexplicable judging decisions.
But All Stars brings together some of the more ... colorful ... personalities in the history of the show, and gives them another chance to get their moment in the winner's circle.
Some of the familiar faces include Season One designer Austin Scarlett (still a cross between Hedwig and Frances Farmer), Season Five's crazy cat hurler Kenley Collins, Season Seven's eternally jubilant Anthony Williams, Season Four's sensitive hunk-a-dunk Rami Kashou, and island-unto-himself Mondo.
That's the good news. The bad news is that Heidi and Tim are not participating. But neither are Michael and Nina, so we have to take the bitter with the sweet.
So instead we get Project Runway:The Scab Edition, with »
3 items from 2012
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