If you drive by the new Hollywood Pies dine-in location, which officially soft opened this past weekend in West Los Angeles, you just might miss it. Taking up a humble 26-seat residence that fittingly used to house former pizza dive Pizza Mania, the location now sports a modest square sign of their ... More >>
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Twenty minutes into the first full-length movie based on L. Frank Baum's most beloved novel, a duck pukes into the face of Larry Semon, the star and director. Semon's 1925 flop, titled The Wizard of Oz, opens and closes with a Geppetto- ... More >>
This week's list is especially for horror lovers.
Friday, Oct. 26
Feeling the autumn blues (by L.A. standards, anyway)? Soak up some inspiration from Seeds of Resiliency, an indie flick that spotlights an assorted mix of people, from the Guinness World Record holder for performing flips in his whe ... More >>
G. SnyderLoose BurgerIt's fair to say that the 2 a.m. crowd of Los Angeles has never truly been in want of suitable venues for late night noshing. Yet, even with this vast selection: the ham-fisted mutant burritos at Oki Dog, the artery-straining Tommy Burger spackled with brown roux, the end ... More >>
Bob Murawski just won an Oscar for editing Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker, a long-in-the-works indie project that came seemingly out of nowhere to earn the respect and accolades of the Academy. Now Murawski's own long-in-the-works indie project is about to be unveiled at the Egyptian Thea ... More >>
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And by "very small amount," I mean gobs, and gobs, and gobs. The first evening of the Fangoria Weekend of Horror Convention, there was an "extreme" fashion show featuring babes in skin-tight vinyl and latex from Fierce Couture and Junker Designs. It w ... More >>