By Alex Distefano
When you're talking about something as all-encompassing as heavy metal, you might as well be talking about something as infinitely complicated as the universe. It's that vast, and the amount of territory to cover is seemingly limitless.
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Hollywood heavy hitters normally wait until they're out of the film game to write their memoirs. That way they can settle scores and write the first draft of their cinematic history without severing relationships they ... More >>
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Thursday, Sept. 20
Our holographic ambitions may have hit a little bump on the road when the company behind Tupac's resurrection at Coachella filed for bankruptcy. But if Baz Luhrmann is right, at least 3-D is here to stay. Don those ... More >>
The Hollywood Fringe Festival continues through August in an extended program, The Best of Hollywood Fringe, sponsored by a trio local theaters: Actors Circle Theatre, Artworks, Theatre Asylum and Lab. For shows you may have missed in June, see the complete schedule following New Theater Reviews aft ... More >>
Hyaena Gallery is a small, Burbank shop dedicated to dark art, outsider art, pop surrealism and other unusual styles. Every year, the gallery hosts an exhibition at the annual horror convention Monsterpalooza. It's a different from the shows you'll normally see at the gallery, "more of a fun show," ... 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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