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For actor Zack Ward, his very first appearance on screen turned out to be the one he will forever be remembered for. In 1983, a young Ward played the yellow-eyed bully Scut Farkus in Bob Clark’s A Christmas Story, and thanks in no small part to TBS’ annual all-day marathon of the holiday classic, Ward’s deliciously villainous performance in the film is one of the most iconic in screen history. Not bad for a first time actor, eh? Unfortunately, Ward’s directorial debut isn’t quite as memorable.
Co-written by Ward and prolific indie horror filmmaker James Cullen Bressack, The Haunted centers on Todd and Rebecca, a happy young couple who have just purchased their first house together. During the restoration process, Todd discovers »
- John Squires
Image Source: Netflix Any Ya fan worth their salt knows the name Lemony Snicket. It's a name that will forever be associated with A Series of Unfortunate Events, the popular book series that is now a Netflix show. While the author of the books is billed a Mr. Lemony Snicket, the man behind The Bad Beginning, The Reptile Room, The Wide Window, and all the other novels in the series, is Daniel Handler. Here he is at a screening of the Netflix show in January: Image Source: Getty / John Lamparski This is his favorite pose, although he did treat the photographers on the red carpet to a little "wandering eye" look during a photo with the cast: Image Source: Getty / John Lamparski Is addition to the series, Handler has written several childrens books under the pen name, including The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming: A Christmas Story, The Lump of Coal, »
- Maggie Pehanick
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