Hollywood has a checkered history of covering mental health and substance abuse, reaching bottom with Nightmare on Elm Street. A young Johnny Depp played the killer as a schizophrenic, imprinting that image of mental illness on millions.
To counteract such stigma, the Entertainment Industry Counci ... More >>
"I think horror fans are like crack addicts," says New York Times theater critic Jason Zinoman, whose rigorous history of the horror movie, Shock Value, arrives in bookstores tomorrow. " As you get older, it gets harder and harder to find things that scare you. But you don't stop looking."
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Weekend of Horrors Convention
L.A. is weird. You can fight it or go with it. What do you think folks in our Calendar section would say? Here are seven hints:
7. The Underground Rebel Bingo Club
Fri., May 13, 10:00pm, secret location
"We can't tell you anything about this Bingo Club. That's b ... More >>