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Fashion Fails: Julianne Hough, Claire Danes, Sarah Hyland, And More

9/29/2013 9:07am EDT
Julianne Hough
It's Fashion Fail Time! That means we take a break from letting you know how good all of your favorite stars look to show the other side of fashion: the fails!

This week we got a treat: The Emmys. That means plenty of fail to go around! Julianne Hough is a beautiful woman - but no one is mistaking her dress, which features a see-through portion to show off some granny panties, as beautiful.

A very daring cut for Claire Danes at The Emmys, but her light skin and the color of her dress offers no contrast and looks very plain. Plus, it has that lacy doily look.

Sarah Hyland went Got...

'Let Me In': A Movie You Can Love Without Feeling Evil

10/1/2010 1:05pm EDT
Sometimes even young love can be truly wicked.

“Let Me In” from director Matt Reeves (“Cloverfield”), a remake of the Swedish hit “Let The Right One In”, opens this week with a teen vampire tale completely opposite from what’s become the norm on television and in film. This is an extremely dark story focused on a deep examination of love, evil and how quickly the two can intersect, and this thematic focus gives “Let Me In” a deeply satisfying bite.

Owen (Kodi Smit-McPhee) is a 12-year-old boy in a remote snowbound town in New Mexico. He struggles with bullies at school and with his parent...

Kids Who Scare The Crap Out Of Us!

9/30/2010 9:00am EDT
Let Me In
Horror movies are usually full of tall, lurking serial killers, big bad monsters or vengeful victims, but every so often there’s a film that transforms what seems to be an innocent child into a frightening nightmare. In celebration of this weeks release ‘Let Me In’ let’s take a look back at some other kids that scare the crap out of us.


Esther (Isabelle Fuhrman)

An adopted child wreaks havoc on her new family and while the mother quickly becomes aware of Esther’s wicked ways, she has a hell of a time finding anyone to believe her. The way Esther manipulates her new parent’s...

Overlooked Films #3: 'Let The Right One In'

9/29/2010 10:49am EDT
let the right one in
This weekend, moviegoers will finally get to see the much-hyped and surprisingly well-reviewed film “Let Me In” directed by “Cloverfield” director Matt Reeves. The marketing for the film has been relentless over the past few weeks and consensus from fans and critics alike is that it is one of the best horror movies to come out in years.

The novel from which the movie was adapted is called “Let the Right One In” by Swedish author John Ajvide Lindqvist and was adapted into a Swedish film in 2008. When the film finally made its way to the U.S. it was one of the best reviewed and most talked a...

'Two Jews On Film' Review 'Let Me In' (Video)

9/28/2010 10:47am EDT
"Let Me In" is a remake of the highly acclaimed Swedish film "Let The Right One In." This film is written and directed by Matt Reeves (Cloverfield) and stars two wonderful child actors, Chloe Grace Moretz (500 Days of Summer, Kick Ass) and Kodi Smit-McPhee (The Road) Let Me In is a poignant coming of age story as well as a bone-chilling horror film. Fans of the original film will not be disappointed. "Let Me In" is definitely a bagel-worthy film. It opens Friday, October 1st 2010.

'Let Me In' Is Not A Romantic 'Twilight' Type Vampire Movie (Video)

7/27/2010 10:18am EDT
let me in
If you're a "Twihard" seeking a romantic vampire storyline or a team to join, this movie is not for you!

Chloe Moretz (Hit Girl from Kick-Ass) stars as Abby, a mysterious 12-year old girl, who moves next door to Owen (Kodi Smit-McPhee, The Road). Owen is a social outcast who is viciously bullied at school and in his loneliness, forms a profound bond with his new neighbor. Owen can't help noticing that Abby is like no one he has ever met before. As a string of grisly murders occupy the town, Owen has to confront the reality that this seemingly innocent girl is really a savage vampire.