3 items from 2008
(All this month we'll be bringing back some of our favorite Halloween-themed posts, as well as digging up some brand new stuff from beyond the grave. Enjoy!)
By: Jeffrey M. Anderson
Sexy is as sexy does, I guess. Picking the hottest chicks of horror is a pretty tricky business. Not only are my picks completely subjective, slaves to my personal whims and moods, but also they are likely to change from day to day. Already, since I submitted my picks, I'm regretting not mentioning Milla Jovovich in Resident Evil, or Eihi Shiina in Audition. And what can I do with more obscure hotties from other eras like Jenny Wright in Near Dark, or Britt Ekland in the original The Wicker Man, or Simone Simon in Cat People? Do they not deserve a shot at hotness? Well, in any case, here are the seven I wound up with -- in chronological »
- Cinematical staff
TCM will air the original 1933 film at 8 p.m. ET April 7, while TNT and TBS will simulcast Peter Jackson's 2005 remake at 8 p.m. ET/PT April 11. »
AFI is expanding its AFI's 100 Years ... series to include AFI's 10 Top 10, an entertainment special to count down the 10 best films from 10 genres.
Using their format previously designed for a top 100 list, AFI will honor an expanded list of genres including animation, fantasy, science fiction, gangster, Western, sports, romantic comedy, courtroom drama, mystery and epic.
The top films will chosen by more than 1,500 filmmakers, critics and historians from 500 nominated titles (50 per genre), which include Pinocchio (1941) and Shrek (2001) for animation, King Kong (1933) and The Lord of the Rings (2001) for fantasy and War of the Worlds (1953) and The Matrix (1999) for sci-fi.
The special will be broadcast in June on CBS. »
3 items from 2008
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