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New Delhi, Dec 18: Punjabi rapper YoYo Honey Singh's "Brown Rang" emerged as the most trending video in 2012 in India, according to a report released by YouTube, a video sharing site.
According to YouTube in Rewind, the song beat the popular Korean song "Gangnam Style" that stood at the second place in the list followed by "Mashallah" from the film "Ek Tha Tiger" on third.
Yoyo has two songs on the list, including "High Heels" on fourth position.
The site came out with the list of most watched videos not just based on views, but also shares, searches, likes and responses to identify the 10 videos that everybody was. »
- Leon David
Kristen Stewart revealed she hates wearing high heels because of her fans. According to a new report from Hollywood Life and their sources, Twilight Saga leading lady Kristen Stewart recently revealed the real reason she sports sneakers over high heels at red carpet events. Apparently,they prohibit her from being able to walk fast enough to greet her adoring fans. She also said she can't stand actresses who care more about looking pretty than meeting their fans. In an interview with Style magazine, Kristen stated "I can’t stand actresses who are more concerned about looking pretty in your heels than meeting their fans!" She went on to state, "I just so wholeheartedly disagree with people who don’t like what I wear. Walking slowly down the line in high heels means that I can’t greet as many fans as possible,so I put a pair of sneakers on! »
You can prance around in the same pumps as the stylish star without having to splurge! Read on for how you can Shop the look right here. When it comes down to it, (celebrity or not), we all love a great bargain! Lea Michele showed off a stellar shoe trend on the red carpet, (cap toe pumps), when she stepped out in La -- but unlike a slew of celebs in pricey pumps, Lea's shoes cost $38.99! The star wore Candie's High Heels when she hosted the Candie's Virtual pop-up shop -- and the shoes could be yours for the surprisingly low price right Here. The classic black-pointed pump could pass for designer at first glance, especially when it is placed on the foot of a celeb. Luckily for you, the price is great And they come in different colors. Nicole DeBari Click Here For More Style Stories: Emma Roberts Sundance »
- HL Intern
Hitting its 8th year, the annual South African HorrorFest film festival is coming up quickly (it runs 24 Oct-2 Nov), and the full lineup and event schedule have been announced. It's one of the biggest we've ever seen!
From the Press Release:
Creeping its way towards lighting up Halloween season, the ever-expanding South African Horrorfest celebrates its 8th anniversary in Cape Town. But this expansion has reached Gauteng, with the HorrorFest hitting Johannesburg for the first time (26-31 Oct) at The Bioscope (286 Fox Street) with a selection of killer flicks that featured across the HorrorFest history (from vampires and zombies to monsters and madmen, a documentary, and short films).
This all-encompassing event embraces all aspects of horror/chiller entertainment, its serious and lighter sides. This year the theme is Frankenstein!
M O V I E S
A great range of movies from around the world are lined up. 27 slots include brand »
- Uncle Creepy
Nick and Vanessa took to Twitter to introduce the world to baby Camden John, and he is so cute! Read on for details. Just a few short weeks after his birth, Nick and Vanessa Lachey have finally introduced the world to their precious baby boy, Camden John! On Monday, October 1, Vanessa posted a photo of herself holding baby Camden, who is a spitting image of his father Nick! She attached a message to the photo that read, "@NickSLachey and I are honored and humbled to introduce you to the new Love of our lives, Camden John Lachey." So cute! Do you think Camden looks just like Nick, HollyMoms? Vanessa's Twitter➚ -- Billy Nilles More Nicke & Vanessa news: Vanessa Minnillo Shows Off Bare Baby Bump Vanessa Minnillo Rocks Sky High Heels While Pregnant — Safe?/a> Vanessa Minnillo Posts Beautiful Bump Pic From Caribbean Trip [polldaddy poll=6575981] »
- Billy Nilles
To help promote the release of Screaming in High Heels (review), a look into the lives and careers of Scream Queen legends Brinke Stevens, Linnea Quigley, and Michelle Bauer, Breaking Glass Pictures provided an opportunity for us to have a chat with the documentary’s leading ladies.
Check it out below, and be sure to purchase Screaming in High Heels through Evil Shop below!
Brinke Stevens - A few years ago, Jason and I co-produced a documentary called Something to Scream About, which featured popular actresses like Julie Strain and Debbie Rochon. However, it didn't include Linnea Quigley and Michelle Bauer, which disappointed some fans. Jason Collum, being such a longtime fan himself, »
So cute! Nick and Vanessa gave birth to a little boy -- Camden John Lachey! We're so excited for them. Read on for All the details! Nick and Vanessa Lachey's little one has finally arrived! We can't wait to meet him! “We are incredibly proud to announce the birth of our beautiful baby boy, Camden John Lachey,” the couple tell People in a statement. “Born today at 6:54 p.m., he came into this world at 8 lbs., 9 oz. and 21 inches. Love has truly been redefined for both of us.” The couple have been married since July 2011. We're sure they're going to make amazing parents -- congrats! What do You think, HollywoodLifers? People➚ More Nicke & Vanessa news: Vanessa Minnillo Shows Off Bare Baby Bump Vanessa Minnillo Rocks Sky High Heels While Pregnant — Safe?/a> Vanessa Minnillo Posts Beautiful Bump Pic From Caribbean Trip »
- Nicole Karlis
One of the most iconic images in the horror genre is a beautiful woman, sometimes covered in blood, often topless, screaming in terror. These actresses became widely known as “scream queens”, and hold a special place in hearts of fanatics. By and large they began their careers as eye candy that existed on the periphery to add a little T&A, and to get killed off eventually. Over time, as they developed their own cult followings, these women became stars in their own right, carrying the films they appeared in rather than serving as window dressing. “Screaming in High Heels: the Rise and Fall of the Scream Queen Era”, a new documentary now on DVD, takes an in depth look at this strange and specific slice of popular culture. While lovely women screaming and being murdered on screen goes back to Janet Leigh and Alfred Hitchcock in “Psycho”, the »
- Brent McKnight
We’re back with another weekend edition of the Indie Spotlight. Today’s feature includes a new horror comic release from Monsterverse, a Cthulhu video game, a new Hershell Gordon Lewis book, and the latest indie horror movie news sent our way:
Flesh and Blood Volume 2: “Vampires! A Werewolf! And Baron Frankenstein collide in the second book of the award-winning graphic novel series from Monsterverse! Superbly written by Robert Tinnell. Illustrated with eerie elegance by Neil Vokes! Colored with a master’s passion by Matt Webb.
If you thought the first volume rocked the world of horror comic books and graphic novels, you will not be able to put down the second book which has more dark intrigue, heart-stopping action, epic adventure, sensual eroticism and shocking twists than ever before!
Plus two back-up features! Operation: Satan by Tinnell and artist Bob Hall and the new Frankenstein by Tinnell and Adrian Salmon. »
- Jonathan James
Los Angeles, CA – 25 years of screaming will converge upon Dark Delicacies book store in Burbank, CA this Wednesday, August 29, 2012 to celebrate the Unrated DVD release of Screaming In High Heels: The Rise & Fall of the Scream Queen Era. The documentary, which began airing in an edited version on NBCUniversal’s Chiller TV in May 2012, follows the careers of actresses Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens and Michelle Bauer, and their hand in… More »
Wanna know what it takes to become a scream queen? Let Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens and Michelle Bauer, three of the original scream queens of cinema, show you the way. Check out a trailer for Jason Paul Collum’s “Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of the Scream Queen Era”, which, as you might expect given the title, traces the rise and fall of the scream queen era as seen through the eyes of Quigley, Stevens and Bauer. This is a great documentary … if you’re into smut! Three girls living in Los Angeles, CA, in the 1980s found cult fame when they “accidentally” transitioned from models to B-movie actresses, coinciding with the major direct-to-video horror film boom of the era. Known as “The Terrifying Trio,” Linnea Quigley (The Return of the Living Dead), Brinke Stevens (The Slumber Party Massacre) and Michelle Bauer (The Tomb), headlined upwards of ten films per year, »
*full disclosure: a DVD screener of this film was provided by Breaking Glass Pictures. Director/writer: Jason Paul Collum. Cast: Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens and Michelle Bauer Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of the Scream Queen Era is a documentary that follows three "Scream Queens" and their careers primarily through the '80s and into the '90s. Michelle Bauer, Linnea Quigley and Brinke Stevens are the three actresses covered. Their hay day came in the late '80s when the collapse of the drive-in theatre was replaced by the portability of the VHS tape. They each made dozens of films. And, each actress drew a cadre of horror and b-movie fans. Their rise was only short lived as mega-video stories such as Blockbuster refused to stock non-mainstream films. However, Screaming in High Heels covers many of the highlights and challenges of their illustrious careers. Director Jason Paul Collum »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
Breaking Glass Pictures is proud to announce the August 28 DVD Release of “Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of the Scream Queen Era” (Srp $19.99). Edited for its TV debut earlier this year, the unrated DVD of “Screaming in High Heels” chronicles the careers of the original girls of terror as they show that cannibalism, demonic possession, flesh eating, and even chainsaw hookering is all in a days work.
Three girls living… More »
Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of the Scream Queen Era is a documentary that focuses on 80′s horror stars Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens, and Michelle Bauer. Breaking Glass Pictures has just announced that the film will be released this August, and we have the official trailer and cover art:
“Philadelphia, Pa – Breaking Glass Pictures is proud to announce the August 28 DVD Release of “Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of the Scream Queen Era” (Srp $19.99). Edited for its TV debut earlier this year, the unrated DVD of “Screaming in High Heels” chronicles the careers of the original girls of terror as they show that cannibalism, demonic possession, flesh eating, and even chainsaw hookering is all in a days work.
Three girls living in Los Angeles, CA, in the 1980s found cult fame when they “accidentally” transitioned from models to B-movie actresses, coinciding with the major »
- Jonathan James
Edited for its TV debut earlier this year, the unrated DVD of Screaming in High Heels chronicles the careers of the original girls of terror as they show that cannibalism, demonic possession, flesh eating, and even chainsaw hookering is all in a days work.
Three girls living in Los Angeles, CA, in the 1980s found cult fame when they "accidentally" transitioned from models to B-movie actresses, coinciding with the major direct-to-video horror film boom of the era. Known as "The Terrifying Trio", Linnea Quigley "The Return of the Living Dead", Brinke Stevens "The Slumber Party Massacre" and Michelle Bauer "The Tomb", headlined upwards of ten films per year, fending off men in rubber monster suits, pubescent teenage boys, and deadly showers.
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Secrets, secrets and more secrets were what it was all about on last week’s Gossip Girl episode, "Raiders of the Lost Art." Serena was keeping secrets from her friends, Jack’s keeping secrets from Chuck, and Blair ... well, it’s no secret she doesn’t love Dan, so the cat’s out of the bag.
Blair takes the cake in this G.G. fashion recap with her Diana Payne attire; that is all. Tonight's "The Fugitives," the penultimate episode of Season 5, is going to be a goodie, that’s for sure.
Oh, Blair. We know a schemer when we see one, and that girl, the one in the tweed coat and the bright pumps ... that’s a professional.
Actual Heels: Brian Atwood Maniac Pumps
Steal Heels: Alice + Olivia Devon High Heels in Orange
If you want to get to the root of Diana Payne you have to become her, »
- email@example.com (TV Fanatic Staff)
London, April 18: French footwear designer Christian Louboutin says high heels are like "pleasure with pain" and women should not wear them if they can't walk in them.
The 49-year-old says he has no sympathy for women who complain about wearing skyscraper heels.
"I really have not so much sympathy. If Tina Turner and Prince's back-up band can perform on stage in them for three hours, you can't tell me they are impossible to walk in. High heels are pleasure with pain. If you can't walk in them, don't wear them," femalefirst.co.uk quoted Louboutin as saying.
- Diksha Singh
High heels, stairs and pregnancy make a dangerous combination! Kourtney Kardashian is almost seven-months pregnant, and she came close to tripping in her black suede Christian Louboutin heels April 9 in NYC's Bryant Park. Luckily, she was caught by people around her! The oldest Kardashian sister was in the park to a promote the new Windows phone, and before nearly taking a tumble, the 32-year-old told Us Weekly that it's hard to be pregnant in heels. "It's crazy," Kourtney said. "I almost did it yesterday morning for Easter, and then I was like, 'I can't. Sorry.'" Next time, Kourtney should opt for flats and then change into heels once she's at the event! HollyMoms, Have you ever had a close call and almost fell while you were pregnant? -- Giovanna Pagliarulo More Kourtney Kardashian News: Pregnant Kourtney Kardashian Almost Falls In Heels Kourtney Kardashian Denies Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Love »
- Giovanna Pagliarulo
The sixth annual Indie Grits Festival, hosted by the Nickelodeon Theatre in Columbia, South Carolina, is actually more than just a film festival. Much, much more. From April 20-28, there will be film screenings, food tastings, bands playing, theater performances, a craft fair, a technology conference and oh so much more.
As for the films, though, every night — and a few afternoons — of Indie Grits is jam-packed with unique and creative independent feature-length movies and short films. Screenings take place at two locations: At the original Nickelodeon theater at 937 Main St. and at the New Nick location just up the road at 1607 Main St.
The fest opens with Bill and Turner Ross’ narrative feature Tchoupatoulis, about three brothers who sneak into New Orleans on their own to witness the visual spectacles the city has to offer; and the documentary Dragons of Jim Green, directed by Randy M. Salo, about a »
- Mike Everleth
Directed by Pedro Almodovar and starring Antonio Banderas, The Skin I live In will be available in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack on March 6th. We’ll be publishing our review tomorrow, but until then, we have a photo gallery and videos for you to check out.
Oscar® winning Writer/Director Pedro Almodóvar (Best Writing, Original Screenplay, Talk To Her, 2002) and three-time Golden Globe® nominee Antonio Banderas (The Mask of Zorro, Desperado) team up for the sixth time on The Skin I Live In, debuting on Blu-ray™ + DVD Combo Pack March 6th from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. This psycho-sexual thriller, which also stars Elena Anaya (Savage Grace, Van Helsing), Marisa Paredes (High Heels, All About My Mother), Jan Cornet (There Be Dragons) and Roberto Álamo (Take My Eyes), follows a brilliant plastic surgeon (Banderas) who is haunted by past tragedies and by his present patient: a mysterious woman (Anaya) who »
- Jonathan James
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