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Top 3 upcoming movies

Jake Desalvo

November 2, 2011

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That time of the year is approaching. With the coming holiday season and, not far after that, the Oscar ceremony, some of the finest films release fresh from the cutting-room floor to theaters. My most anticipated movies for the...

Shows with more Qs than As

Pat Haynes

November 2, 2011

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"Lost" was one of the greatest shows in the history of television. In fact, it may be the greatest.But let's face it, it was frustrating as hell. Maybe that's part of what made it so great.After watching the show for six seasons to n...

Five Finger Death Punch assaults your ears

Mick Vaught

November 2, 2011

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With their third studio album, "American Capitalist," Five Finger Death Punch (FFDP) bursts back on to the American heavy metal scene with an album that is among the top hard rock albums of the year. Debuting at No. 3, "American...

‘Toddlers and Tiaras’ is a travesty

Sandra Sepaniak

November 2, 2011

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It might not come as much of a shock to many: some people will do anything to be on television.Be it singing badly, removing one's pants in front of millions of viewers, or even eating something that has more than four legs; it...

‘Horror’ movies that bring the laughs

Elana Katz Courier Staff

October 26, 2011

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Here's a little known fact that may be hard for some people to accept: not everyone likes being scared on Halloween. For all of the horror fans out there who live for this night, there are just as many wusses (guilty) and cynics...

Franchises that simply won’t die

Corey Walker

October 26, 2011

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For every one decent, financially successful horror film, there are a slew of vastly inferior sequels that detract from the original's success. In honor of Halloween, here are a few horror franchises we want gone. Now!1.) Friday the ...

Horror blogger suggests indie horror

Brittney Colangelo

October 26, 2011

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As a self-proclaimed horror fangirl, this is the one time of the year where my obsession with all things mysterious and spooky is embraced rather than picked fun at. It's understandable that with only one movie theatre and one v...

‘The Raven’ to creep into theaters

Kathryn Brostowitz

October 26, 2011

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Edgar Alan Poe died in a Baltimore hospital on October 7, 1849. This year, Hollywood celebrated the anniversary of his death with the release of the trailer for a new movie "The Raven," starring John Cusack.No, "The Raven" is not a...

Gaiman brings fans from all genres

Sandra Sepaniak

October 26, 2011

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There are many well-known authors today that have gained a reputation for writing certain genres - Stephen King is renowned for his horror stories, James Patterson is synonymous with thrillers and Dan Brown is often associated w...

Costumes for the fanboys

Hunter Kelley

October 26, 2011

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Well, it's that time of year again. Halloween. We all know what that means. It's the one time of year where all girls' and guys' repressed slutty tendencies are exposed to everyone around them. Lord forbid pictures are taken and...

Costumes for the indie kids

Elana Katz Courier Staff

October 26, 2011

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Every Halloween, amongst the slutty nurses, slutty sluts and guys dressed as girls, a few brave souls attempt a pop culture costume that is relevant from the past year.With an entire year of tabloid stories, summer blockbuster...

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