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This past week was meme overload. After Kim Kardashian’s nude photos for Paper magazine were released, celebs took to Instagram to poke fun at the reality star’s racy shoot. James Franco joined the “break the Internet” game by putting his face on Kim’s body, and later posted his own naked photo with pal Seth Rogen.
No, Franco and Rogen aren’t the latest Paper cover models. The duo recently shot an appearance on Discovery’s Naked and Afraid, to promote their upcoming film The Internship. Get a look at the actors in their birthday suits when the episode airs on Dec. 7.
Solange Knowles got married in New Orleans this weekend and sister Beyoncé posted all-white wedding pics showing off the groups’ fashionably styled get-ups. Kris Jenner later hopped on the all-white trend by sharing a family photo of her own — leading some to suspect »
- Samantha Lizzio
Twice the fun!Just days after she attended a "Breakfast At Tiffany's"-themed shower with her famous siblings, Kourtney Kardashian celebrated her second baby shower on Sunday, heading to Ihop with her gal pals for a pajama party. "I have the best friends in the world! Sunday morning 9am Ihop in our pajamas! #fancyBabyShower," the expecting star wrote while posing for a group shot.Wearing red PJs, a matching headband and a "Happy Baby Shower Kourtney" pin, the mother-of-two sported a huge grin as she sipped hot chocolate in front of a giant cake.The weekend was full of celebrations for the Kardashian/Jenner clan! The eldest Kardashian sister held a "Nightmare Before Christmas"-themed party for her son Mason's fifth birthday on Saturday night -- and Khloe Kardashian went all out! The reality TV show star attended in costume as Sally, the ragdoll who falls for Jack Skellington, from the flick. »
- tooFab Staff
It was a happy weekend in Hollywood, from a birthday party to a wedding and a hilarious behind-the-scenes confession in between. Here's the news you might have missed: 5. Mason's Birthday BashIt may be a month early, but that didn't keep Kourtney Kardashian from pulling out all the stops for her son Mason's 5th birthday party, where his famous aunts dressed up perfectly for The Nightmare Before Christmas theme. See photos from the party. 4. Kendall's Big BreakIn other Kardashian news, Kendall Jenner added another high-profile modeling gig to her résumé: She's the new face of Estée Lauder! Check out her campaign. »
- Michele Corriston, @mcorriston
It was a happy weekend in Hollywood, from a birthday party to a wedding and a hilarious behind-the-scenes confession in between. Here's the news you might have missed: 5. Mason's Birthday BashIt may be a month early, but that didn't keep Kourtney Kardashian from pulling out all the stops for her son Mason's 5th birthday party, where his famous aunts dressed up perfectly for The Nightmare Before Christmas theme. See photos from the party. 4. Kendall's Big BreakIn other Kardashian news, Kendall Jenner added another high-profile modeling gig to her resume: She's the new face of Estée Lauder! Check out her campaign. »
- Michele Corriston, @mcorriston
Mason Disick had a birthday party straight out of a movie on Saturday. Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's son, who turns 5 in December, was surrounded by his mom's famous sisters, including Khloé Kardashian and Kendall and Kylie Jenner, at an early celebration in La. Complete with Christmas trees covered in spiderwebs, the picture-perfect party captured the mood of Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas. In a series of Instagram snaps, the group showed off the festive decorations and face makeup, courtesy of artist Joyce Bonelli. It's been about six months since reports of Kourtney's third child with Scott emerged. The reality star's pregnancy physique was front and center when she slipped into a bikini for some fun in the sun in September. The following month, she revealed her growing baby bump while treating her children, Mason and Penelope, to a day at the pumpkin patch. Meanwhile, Kourtney's sister Kendall »
The Kardashians sure love Halloween. The reality stars kept things spooky weeks after the horror-filled holiday to throw Kourtney Kardashian's son Mason an early birthday party Saturday. (He turns 5 on Dec. 14.) It seems the expectant mom was inspired by the family's trip to Disneyland: Friend and makeup artist Joyce Bonelli helped transform the guests into creepy characters from Tim Burton's classic The Nightmare Before Christmas. Kendall and Kylie Jenner both attended, but it was Koko (Khloé Kardashian) who really went all out for Mason. The dedicated aunt rocked a long red wig and fully painted face to go as the movie's heroine. »
- Michele Corriston, @mcorriston
What a doll!Kourtney Kardashian held a "Nightmare Before Christmas"-themed party for her son Mason's fourth birthday on Saturday night -- and Khloe Kardashian went all out!The reality TV show star attended in full-on costume as Sally, the ragdoll who falls for Jack Skellington, from the flick. Sporting a red wig, white facepaint and stitches all over her eyes, lips and forehead, Khloe looked picture-perfect.And while sister Kendall and Bff and makeup artist Joyce Bonelli both sported some painted faces as well, only Khloe went all out -- and she says it was Kourt who tricked her!"Kourtney pulled a 'mean girl' move on me and had me dress like Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas while everyone else was mad chill," she captioned the pic above. "lol thanks @kourtneykardash #MasonsBirthdayBash."Though we didn't see any photos of the birthday boy, Khloe did share the one below of Kourtney's other child, »
- tooFab Staff
Hey Khloé Kardashian: This is a birthday party, not a costume party! The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star joined Kourtney Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner and other family members to celebrate Mason Disick's birthday Saturday afternoon. While some members of the family appeared to be dressed casual, Khloé went all out to celebrate her nephew's special party. "Kourtney pulled a 'mean girl' move on me and had me dress like Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas while everyone else was mad chill," she wrote on Instagram while posing with red hair and a full face of makeup. "lol thanks @kourtneykardash #MasonsBirthdayBash" Not to be »
This winter Grimm Up North presents a season of four films from Tim Burton, the master of quirky Gothic cinema, at Odeon Printworks Manchester. It begins 11 December with a screening of The Nightmare Before Christmas, followed by Edward Scissorhands… Continue Reading →
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- Debi Moore
Stan Lee's Comikaze is a convention that is held every year in Los Angeles. It's not too big of a convention but still is jam packed with some great panels and events. Just this past year it was on Halloween weekend which made those cosplayers look even more spectacular.
The convention had a variety of panels including one of Stan Lee himself, the Game of Thrones cast, and the original 1960's "Batman" television series cast. Unfortuantely, Batman aka Adam West had the flu so he was unable to attend but Catwoman (Julie Newmar) and Robin (Burt Ward) were there. Ms. Newmar was a bit eccentric, wearing cat-ears and calling herself a "cat, but it was really entertaining. As a fan of the series, I was very excited to see them. The panel primarily promoted the release of the entire Batman series on DVD, it's available now!
It was my »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Kelly McInerney)
There are few things in this world we like more than kittens and Christmas, and if you put the two of them together, well, there’s just nothing better! The folks at The Pet Collective are well aware of that fact,… Continue Reading →
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- Debi Moore
The holidays are almost upon us, and if you just can't wait to re-watch seasonal classics like "White Christmas" or "The Muppet Christmas Carol," they're available right now on Netflix. There are also a few Thanksgiving-themed movies you can stream, our favorite being, of course, "Planes, Trains and Automobiles."
There's something for almost every taste, whether you want something nice like an animated film for the kids or something very naughty, like "Bad Santa."
1. "American Son" (2008) R
Nick Cannon stars as a young Marine who's just completed basic training and is about to ship out to Iraq: But first, he's home for a volatile four-day Thanksgiving with friends and family.
2. "The House of Yes" (1997) R
- Sharon Knolle
Ashe never got to see a ton of modern classics from his youth, so we’re making him watch them all as a nostalgia-less adult. Check out the inaugural article for more info. Halloween is over, so my Halloween movie mini-marathon is at an end. And I saved the best (by which I mean my wife’s favorite film) for last: The Nightmare Before Christmas. Yes, I’ve been with her for seven years and somehow managed to never see it. I am a good husband. (I love you, honey!) What’s weird is I’ve tried to watch it before, but something would always happen right after I started it. Someone would call with an emergency. The power would go out. One time I got insanely sick and passed out. (It turned out to be a really bad stomach flu.) This time, nothing horrible happened! That I know of. Anyway »
- Ashe Cantrell
Many in the cast and crew celebrated the Los Angeles premiere of “Horns” on Thursday by wearing Halloween costumes at the Arclight Hollywood. Some celebs’ outfits really made an impression, with the costumes ranging from a Roman god to skeletons to forest fairies.
Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple, the stars of the dark thriller, did not arrive to the carpet in costume. After seeing an especially elaborate costume, they joked with one another and Radcliffe said, “Oh, look he’s trumping us.”
— Jordyn Alyse Holman (@JordynJournals) October 31, 2014
The costumes were a fitting complement to the film’s plot, which is rooted in religious and dark symbolism.
“The script was so original,” Radcliffe explained. “We live in a world with some very homogenous films and this was so distinct »
- Jordyn Holman
Halloween is finally upon us, and a lot of you have been holding down your own horror movie marathons. We're sure you've included the classics, but not many of them actually take place on All Hallow's Eve. And the ones that do? Well, quite a few are not very good. John Carpenter's 1978 Halloween is of course a classic. 2009's Trick 'r Treat is a new perennial favorite that grows its cult base every year. And you simply can't go wrong with The Nightmare Before Christmas between now and New Year's Eve. But you may want to seek out new and interesting films that revolve around this terrifying treat-filled holiday. The following list of movies is not for you! This is a warning: Do not invite your friends over for the following 13 fright flicks, as they are the worst Halloween movies of all-time. That said, they are not without their merits. »
(If there's something strange, in the neighborhood, who ya gonna call? Twitch!) As Jack Skellington's minions so gleefully sang in The Nightmare Before Christmas: "This is Halloween, this is Halloween, Halloween! Halloween! Halloween! Halloween!". So we here at Twitch decided to have some of our writers tell about their favorite movie ghosts. Now this is in no way meant to be a comprehensive list, but just contains some personal stories, for fun's sake. Some will mention the scariest ghost they saw in the cinema, some will go for disturbing. Some go for emotional involvement, some take a wide definition and choose whatever haunted them the most... That means your own favorite ghost may not be in this list, but that is not because it would...
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At this time of the year we call it trick or treating, but any other time it would be called begging. So when you’re done begging for candy, (or eating the candy your kid begged for), don’t be afraid to take in a show. Or do be afraid cause most of them feature witches, ghouls and knife-wielding psychopaths. For a full list of events around Los Angeles this weekend, scroll on. Danny Elfman’s Music from The Films of Tim Burton — Danny Elfman hops to the podium to sing songs from The Nightmare Before Christmas as conductor John Mauceri leads the
- Jordan Riefe
Just in time for Halloween, James considers the weird tales of Hp Lovecraft, and the ones that could make great films...
(Warning: this article contains spoilers for several H.P. Lovecraft stories and also contains material that may upset the balance of your sanity. "Tekeli-li! Tekeli-li!")
Dear readers, I am writing this under an appreciable mental strain since by tonight I may be no more. The end is near and soon will come the oblivion which is my only refuge from the unnamed and unnameable. Hallowmas has arrived and I hear the howling from that awful reef, the horrible croaking voices and the slippery bodies lumbering against the door.
The nauseous fishy odour seems to have mounted suddenly, the shrill whippoorwills have burst into a kind of pandaemoniac cachinnation which fills the countryside and I am certain that everything is coming to a head. Or, at least, a gibbering mockery of a head. »
[Since Halloween is this week, Adam, Perri, and I decided to write a bit about the films we watch annually to celebrate the holiday. Click here for Adam's pick.] My memory is a bit hazy, but I'm pretty sure The Nightmare Before Christmas was the first stop-motion animated film I ever saw. I was used to 2D animation and had never seen the work of Ray Harryhausen and his ilk. Then my parents took me to see the film, and Jack Skellington's sentiments regarding Christmas Town could have easily applied to my feelings about Henry Selick's masterpiece. The movie that may not be scary, but it embodies the best aspects of a child's holiday traditions. For those who haven't seen the film (you monsters), it's about Jack Skellington (speaking voice by Chris Sarandon and singing voice by composer Danny Elfman), the "Pumpkin King" of Halloween Town who has grown tired with the annual celebration. After a night of despondently walking through the woods, he comes across a collection of trees. Each one has a door and the door corresponds to a specific holiday. »
- Matt Goldberg
What’s this? Adding more festiveness to the spooky season, the folks at Guinness World Records have recognized the world record holder for the biggest collection of The Nightmare Before Christmas memorabilia. Clocking in at 2,020 different pieces, William Wong’s assortment of items pertaining to Tim Burton’s classic 1993 film is vast enough to decorate Halloween Town to Jack Skellington’s satisfaction.
“New York – October 21, 2014 – Guinness World Records, the global authority on record-breaking achievement, is celebrating Halloween by spotlighting Guinness World Records 2015 Edition record-holder William Wong, whose collection of 2,020 unique items is officially recognized as the Largest collection of The Nightmare Before Christmas memorabilia.
Wong, a 46-year-old native of Hong Kong, began his collection 21 years ago, before Tim Burton’s stop-motion musical fantasy even hit theaters.
When asked why Wong has grown his collection to such lengths, he responded: “Ever since I was very young, I’ve always been attracted »
- Derek Anderson
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