By: Jonathan Patrick Halloween should be filled with good, albeit strange, music. Horror film soundtracks provide the most suitable gateway to such enjoyment. From grotesque to gorgeous, these represent our ten favorite offerings (in reverse order). Enjoy.
A belated welcome to Nick Charles' Anaheim theater
Regency South Coast Village
Anthony Hopkins shows the famed director's dark side
Hunger Artists Theatre
Laguna Beach resident Robert Englund, turned down for the role of Luke Skywalker in 1977, made his mark as the arguably even more iconic Freddy Krueger from the Nightmare on Elm Street movies, the pizza-faced, finger-knived, sweater-and-hat-wearing child murderer who roams the dreamworld stalking th ... More >>
Sometimes you get way more good quotes than you can use in a story, and such was the case with my year in horror piece in today's issue. Here in cyberspace, we have a lot more room, so enjoy these bonus interviews. ELI ROTH, director of HOSTEL PART II On the need for familiarity With HALLOWEEN and ... More >>