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King of the Lake! Watch Hilary Duff’s 5-Year-Old Son Luca Wave and Blow a Kiss – While Water Tubing

King of the Lake! Watch Hilary Duff’s 5-Year-Old Son Luca Wave and Blow a Kiss – While Water Tubing
Luca Cruz knows how to cruise!

The 5-year-old son of Younger star Hilary Duff looked like an old pro out on the water in a video his mom posted to Instagram Tuesday, holding onto a cord and balancing on an inner tube as a boat pulls him along.

Perhaps the best part of the sweet clip? The moment Luca shows off his one-handed skills to wave at Duff, 29, and blow her an adorable kiss.

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Horror Highlights: Gremlin Trailer, Splathouse Podcast, Read-only: A Collection Of Digital Horror

To save everyone you love, you have to sacrifice one person you really care about in Gremlin, the new horror film from Uncork'd Entertainment that's teased in a trailer and official poster. Also in today's Horror Highlights is the latest episode of the Splathouse podcast (featuring special guest Scott Drebit from Daily Dead) and excerpts from WatchMojo's Read-Only: A Collection of Digital Horror.

Gremlin Poster & Trailer: Press Release: "Emmy Award winning director, Ryan Bellgardt’s (Army of Frankenstein) highly anticipated creature feature Gremlin hits VOD July 11 from Uncork’d Entertainment.

Godzilla meets The Ring in a thrilling, uniquely-scripted horror jaunt that boasts amazing computer-generated effects and from some of the best in the game.

Adam receives a mysterious box from a relative containing a creature that will kill everyone he cares about. The only way to be rid of the curse is to give the box to someone he loves.
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Monster Kid Spotlight: Kenneth Hall

Monster Kid Spotlight: Kenneth Hall
Like many children growing up in the 1960s, Kenneth Hall loved monsters. Ever since he was a toddler, his mother — who was an especially big fan of Vincent Price — took him and his brother to see films like The Brides Of Dracula, Curse Of The Werewolf, and The Pit And The Pendulum. And that was all it took. At age 10, Hall discovered Famous Monsters of Filmland, and with the help of the trusty TV Guide, he and his brother made a point to watch as many of the films they read about as they could, even if it meant sneaking out of bed and staying up late to catch a showing of The Deadly Mantis. Like many Monster Kids of his time, there was a now-or-never mentality that came with a lack of home video, but growing up in Jacksonville, Fl did give Hall an extra advantage. It was the
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‘Grindhouse 5: Dr. Alien’ Review

Stars: Billy Jacoby, Judy Landers, Troy Donahue, Olivia Barash, Stuart Fratkin, Raymond O’Connor, Bobby Jacoby | Written by Kenneth J. Hall | Directed by David DeCoteau

Yet another film from my youth and one that I distinctly remember from the pages of The Dark Side magazine (back in my pre-internet days when I used to buy horror mags religiously), Dr. Alien is a film that, despite my knowledge of it, I have yet to see. So this new DVD from 88 Films is a welcome addition to my ever-growing B-movie library.

After Ms. Xenobia takes over Dr. Ackerman’s science class following an “incident” the puts Ackerman in the hospital, she persuades a nerdish Wesley Littlejohn to participate in some vitamin research she and her assistant Drax are conducting. Suddenly Wesley becomes very desirable to all the ladies – including Ms. Xenobia herself – despite the fleshy antenna that grows out of his head when he’s excited!
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Get To Know The “Monster Man” Before Syfy Series Debut

Get To Know The “Monster Man” Before Syfy Series Debut
Creature creator Cleve Hall of Sota FX is the star of Syfy’s latest reality program, Monster Man, debuting on Wednesday, March 14th. The show spotlights Hall and his daughters Constance and Elora, his ex-wife Sonja, and friends Roy Knyrim and Johnny Saiko. Hall has been all over monster cinema, in front of and behind the camera, but is best known for his creepy creations for cult classics such as Evil Spawn, Alienator, Demon Wind, and Bloodstruck.

The premiere episode of Monster Man will start at 11/10c following the season finale of Face Off, and each week after will see the program starting at 10/9c. Below is a preview, courtesy Syfy, to get you familiar with the monster maker and his costars. More videos can be found at Syfy.com.

Monster Man Cleve Hall
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"Screaming in High Heels" - A new documentary detailing the rise and fall of the 80's horror era

From Jason Paul Collum, director of October Moon and November Son, comes a documentary detailing the rise and fall of the 80's Scream Queen era in which his mentor Brinke Stevens (Haunting Fear) will be partaking with a bevy of familiar faces from the 80's horror era in:

Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of the Scream Queen Era

During the video boom of the 1980s, three ladies (and a small group of energetic filmmakers) headlined upwards of 10 low-budget horror films per year, fending off men in rubber monster suits, pubescent teen boys, and deadly showers. As a result of their unintended cult fame, they were flown all over the world, dined with President Regan, and built mini-empires of their own. Then it all came crashing down. This documentary follows these accidental actresses on how smart they were to play stupid.

In addition to Brinke Stevens, other participants
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Before the Oscars, They Belonged to Us, Part 2

Disclaimer: This article may contain sarcasm; irony and “LOLs” proceed with caution.

Our second stab at the Oscars contains make-up effects and score (read part 1 here). The make-up effects, followed by the visual effects and technical awards, remain my favorite parts of the show; here you got to see your heroes: Rick Baker, Howard Berger, Chris Walas or Rob Bottin in the audience. Even the great Stan Winston could have been out there, back in the day. Though best known for his “visual effects” wins—he brought home an Oscar for best make-up in 1991 for Terminator 2: Judgment Day.

Here genre fans can rejoice, Greg Cannom brought home the gold, again, for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Cannom, a genre elder, worked alongside (just to name a few) Fincher, Coppola, Landis, Dante, Blatty, and Cohen creating all sorts of character and creature make-ups.

This part of the list also
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