2014 Upcoming Horror Movies You Must See

There is a special night that you should be excited about in October. Indeed! It’s Halloween! Do you know what that means? It means there are a lot of horror movies are back in the game! Here is the check-out list for you about the upcoming horror movies you must see. Fasten your seat belt and be ready to scream!

List-1. Ouija (Click here to see the trailer and read more about Ouija)

Ouija is about a group of friends are trying to find out who or what kills their friend, Debbie. Her death looks like … (Read More)

List-2. The Babadook (Click here to see the trailer and read more about The Babadook)

The story starts with a broken family and a mysterious bedtime story about a fictional monster called the Babadook…(Read More)

List-3. Annabelle (Click here to see the trailer and read more about Annabelle)

A young husband John surprises his pregnant wife Mia with a beautiful vintage doll for their upcoming baby …(Read More)

List-4. Jessabelle (Click here to see the trailer and read more about Annabelle)

A tragic car accident took Jessabelle’s legs and her boyfriend’s life. She returns home to Lousiana with her father to grieve and recover…(Read More)

List-5. The Pyramid (Click here to see the trailer and read more about The Pyramid)

When a group of archaeologists found a mysterious pyramid is buried underneath the sands of the Egyptian desert, they seize the opportunity to be famous in the history…(Read More)

List-6. The Town That Dreaded Sundown (Click here to see the trailer and read more about The Town That Dreaded Sundown)

The Town That Dreaded Sundown is a remake from 1976. 65 years ago, there is a masked serial killer threatened a small town of Texarkana…(Read More)

List-7. Horns (Click here to see the trailer and read more about Horns)

Daniel Radcliffe stars as Ig Perrish, who wakes one day to find that he has grown horns…(Read More)

American Horror Story Season 4 – Freak Show

American Horror Story, one of my favorite TV shows, has been through three seasons of the haunted house (Season 1: Murder House (2011)), asylum (Season 2: Asylum (2012–13)), and witch stories (Season 3: Coven (2013–14)). Fans are so curious about what can they bring for the 4th season this time. The answer is: Circus!

Ryan Murphy who is the writer for Season 4 said that the background setting will be 1950s. And he also mentioned that the shooting will be either New Orleans or Santa Fe (New Mexico). According to the news, Jessica Lange, one of the main characters who I like very much, this season will be her last filming for the show. In order to make the character more convincing, Jessica Lange is even trying to speak with a German accent for her character. Her character may base on Marlene Dietrich who was a German actress and singer during the World War 2.

▼ Taissa Farmiga, Ryan Murphy, Peter Evens (from the left to the right)

▼ Jessica Lange

The official posters and trailers are not releasing yet. There are many enthusiastic fans had already spreading out their fan-made versions all through the Internet. I know we have to wait until October, 2014 to see the first episode of Season 4. But why not take a peek of these amazing fan-made images below first?









Are you ready for the show?

Disney’s Aladdin on Broadway Reveals Cast and Creative

Broadway and Disney fans alike rejoice! The highly anticipated Broadway version of Disney’s Aladdin, directed and choreographed by Tony Award winner Casey Nicholaw, will run in Toronto this fall before coming to Broadway for previews in February. The show will finally open at the New Amsterdam Theater March 20.

Yesterday The New York Times released a list of those incorporating their talents for the stage musical. Among 34 cast members are Adam Jacobs (Aladdin), James Monroe Iglehart (the Genie), Courtney Reed (Jasmine), and Tony Award nominee and voice actor for his character in the animated film, Jonathan Freeman (Jafar).

The score includes the legendary classic Disney hit and Academy Award Winner “Whole New World” as well as brand new songs written special for the production. Oscar and Tony Award winner Alan Menken (music), Howard Ashman and Tim Rice (lyrics), and Chad Beguelin (book and additional lyrics) also grace this musical with their skills.

Aladdin marks the most recent of the Disney film family brought to the Broadway stage after its predecessors The Beauty and the Beast (1994-2007), The Lion King (1997-present), Mary Poppins (2006-2013), Tarzan (2006-2007), The Little Mermaid (2008-2009), and Newsies (2012-present).


Directed by Robert Stromberg. The well-known fairy tale “Sleeping Beauty” is going to be released in theaters in 2014.

“Maleficent” told from the different perspective of the villainous Maleficent who are also be familiar with the evil witch from the Disney film “Sleeping Beauty” in 1959. “Maleficent” tells the story of the cold villain Maleficent and describes the events that led up to her cursing baby Princess Aurora.


Starring Angelina Jolie in the title role and Elle Fanning as Princess Aurora. Other cast members include Sharlto Copley, Juno Temple, Sam Riley, and Imelda Staunton.


In the interview of Maleficent, Jolie said that this version is going to show a different side of Maleficent. She talked about her character: “Just because she protects herself and is aggressive, it doesn’t mean she can’t have other warmer qualities. Maleficent is actually a great person. But she’s not perfect. She’s FAR from perfect.”


▼ 4-year-old Vivienne Jolie-Pitt, daughter of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, makes her on-screen debut as young Princess Aurora. So adorable isn’t it?


▼ Elle Fanning as Princess Aurora


▼ Susan Sarandon plays Maleficent in “Enchanted” in 2007.




Dr. Dre To Create $70 million Academy for Aspiring Music Moguls

When I read that Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine were creating a music academy at USC, I immediately thought about how drastically different it would be in comparison to traditional music schools. Of course, Dre’s school is going to be geared towards the music business (or “innovation in business” as they put it), but it will also have an arts program, and the first thing that comes to mind is “hip hop is not going to die anytime soon.” But music is not all that will be taught there.

According to the announcement in the LATimes,

Instruction will involve engineering, computer science, fine arts, graphic design, business and leadership training.

and as Dean of Fine Arts at USC Erica Muhl said in an interview,

“Academy students will have the freedom to move easily from classroom to lab, from studio to workshop individually or in groups, and blow past any academic or structural barriers to spontaneous creativity.”

While the NYTimes hopes the school will produce the next Steve Jobs, the question right now remains who will be one of the lucky 25 who manage to get in to the school on its first opening, and what should we really expect of them? Pop music has been forever cursed with echoes of regurgitated, and sometimes even stolen art, and while the donation is a beautiful contribution to the world of music education, it also carries a certain standard that could possibly alter the course of the students’ professional careers, and not necessarily in a good way. After all, half the donation is coming from a man who got that money from gloating on his records about selling drugs, treating women poorly, employing prostitutes, and killing people with guns, and while rapper Eminem said in the past that what is said on a record is much different than what is usually said in real life, that doesn’t necessarily mean that none of what has been said on a Dre record is true.

It’s also possible that this move by Dr. Dre could help to shift the discourse on rap records from violence and drugs to a more peaceful and educational movement, something we’ve recently seen from Snoop Lion (the artist formerly known as Snoop Dogg), which is undoubtedly a natural progression in both the arts and in life. Violence, after all, has the power to ultimately hinder record and concert sales, especially if the listeners are in jail.

2013 The Walking Dead Bikini Zombies Calender

At the beginning of 2013, have you found your perfect calendar yet?

No matter you found it or not, if you are a fan of zombies, you must not miss this bikini zombies calendar of “The Walking Dead”.

The calendar is part of a South African promotion for AMC’s “The Walking Dead” by Ireland Davenport Development. Fans of zombies can download this calendar for free!







Check out the bikini zombie babes shooting behind the scene:

Justin Bieber Gropes Fan’s Breast In Photo

After someone posted a photo of Justin Bieber grabbing a fan’s left breast (while kissing her on the cheek) to his official fan site, the photo was quickly removed after causing a stir. Both Bieber and the fan, Jocelyn, deny that he is actually grabbing her boob, while the photo shows quite a different story. The fan tweeted: “People can think what they want but I know what really happened & Justin does too so everyone else’s opinions don’t matter to me.” reports Fox News.

Is it a coincidence that Bieber’s newest album Believe Acoustic hits stores today?

Zombie Short Film: “Project: S.E.R.A.”

Are you one of the fans of zombie movies? If your answer is YES, then you can’t miss this zombie short film: “Project: S.E.R.A.”. The story is about a girl, Gillean Eames, wakes up in a abandoned warehouse and witnesses her father got injected a biological virus and eventually turns into a zombie.

The director and writer of the movie, Benjamin Howdeshell whose also well known as assistant editor of “Resident Evil” series, “Death Race (2008)”, “Season of the Witch (2011)” and “Step Up Revolution (2012)”.

“Project: S.E.R.A.” just has 10 minutes length story; however, it not only has the special effects and sounds as Hollywood movies, but also has an extraordinary exciting story. Benjamin Howdeshell used different time lines and contradicted colors interlaced an entertaining and vivid piece for audience. The story has all kinds of elements that zombie movie fans will like, such as conspiracy, zombie turning process, hot girl with guns, and 360 degrees zombie shooting scenario!

Not bad, huh?!
Some people might have the question about the tile “S.E.R.A.”. What does S.E.R.A. mean? According to Benjamin Howdeshell explanation, S.E.R.A. represents “Simpson Eames Regeneration Agenda”. I can’t wait for the next one~!

(Note: Simpson Eames is the father of Gillean.)

Julia Voth as Gillean Eames

As a Canadian actress, Julia’s likeness is used for the basis of the character Jill Valentine from Capcom’s survival-horror video game series “Resident Evil,” starting with the 2002 remake of the original game.


Charlie Sheen Pays Lindsay Lohan’s Taxes for 2009, 2010

Earlier today, TMZ reported that Charlie Sheen sent Lindsay Lohan a $100,000 check out of which $93k was used on Lohan’s 2009 tax debt and $6k on her 2010 tax debt.

The news comes just one day after MTV’s interview with actor James Franco and his testament to Lohan’s struggle with publicity after having spent time with her during the filming of R.E.M.’s video for “Blue”.

“I think one of the reasons it’s so hard is when she gets in trouble, she gets all this attention and I’m sure she gets book offers,” Franco said, alluding to the temptation of greed and success at the expense of a celebrity’s freedom and privacy. “She goes to jail, and instead of feeling like ‘I really hit a low place,’ she’ll get a crazy offer for her jail memoir.”