Kim Kardashian pregnant Here are five cities that offer a combination of Halloween hotel deals and scary movie landmarks that shouldnt be missed: 1Burkittsville, Md. The Blair Witch Project Haxan Films/Artisan Entertainment I talked about Baltimore, Maryland in my fall foliage piece , but Burkittsville, about an hour outside of the city, was the outdoor setting for The Blair Witch Project. And since the foliage in Maryland is so breathtaking, this Northeastern destination offers more for tourists than simply shivers. I suggest staying in Baltimore since there are more hotel options and great deals over Halloween. Then, people can travel to Burkittsville to check out some of the famous settings including the Burkittsville Cemetery and the famous 200-year-old house located in the Seneca Creek State Park. Sample Deal: $120 per night for a 4-star hotel in the Downtown and Inner Harbor area for stays 10/30 11/1/13. <br>Source: http://www.foxnews.com/travel/2013/10/15/scary-movie-deal-destinations/
But how odd that she might choose such terminology. Some might offer that she seems to be something of a slave not to the rhythm, but to her BlackBerry. In retaliation, one theater owner has decided that she should no longer be enslaved by the confines of a movie theater. The esteemed Alamo Drafthouse movie theater organization has decided to ban Madonna until she apologizes for her material tendencies. As the Guardian reports , this banning may be merely symbolic. How likely is it that Madonna would waft into, say, the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, Texas? However, the Drafthouse is America's foremost crusader against texting in movie theaters. <br>Source: http://news.cnet.com/8301-17852_3-57607461-71/madonna-banned-by-movie-theater-for-alleged-movie-texting/
Like Movie Maker, Microsoft's utterly superb Fresh Paint app will be available in the Windows Store, rather than being baked in to the operating system itself. The Windows 8.1 version adds new brushes, watercolors, a graphite pencil set, "Inspire Me" suggestions, and more. The app also blurs the line between the real and digital worlds, thanks to a partnership with CanvasPop that allows you to easily turn your Fresh Paintjobs into physical prints. Photos and Camera both ship with Windows 8.1, and each has handy new features. (Click to enlarge.) The Camera app packs a fun new panorama mode based on Microsoft's killer Photosynth app, along with the newfound ability to capture individual photos while shooting videos. Meanwhile a "Photo Loop" mode has Camera capture a rapid succession of pictures from the second before you press the shutter button (spooky!) to one second after you press it again to end the shot, which allows you to choose the best photo of the bunch. You'll also be able to open Camera and take a quick pic straight from Windows 8.1's lock screen. <br>Source: http://www.pcworld.com/article/2054397/microsoft-reveals-windows-8-1s-mysterious-movie-maker-app-other-app-improvements.html
"So we really had to spend more time with her. She looked at a lot of video footage. She did a lot of research." The film includes sequences with Lil' Mama that closely echo the VH-1 documentary "Last Days of Left Eye." "We're really proud with how my website she portrayed Lisa, and I know Lisa would be very happy and I know her family would be very happy as well," Chilli said. Lil' Mama may join TLC Lil' Mama may be on stage singing Left Eye's parts when TLC tours to promote a new album set for release next year, they said. "For sure, we're talking and thinking about it when we go on tour," Chilli said. She performed with Chilli and T-Boz this summer several times, including at Drake's OVO Festival in Toronto. The group is keeping details about next year's album -- their first in a decade -- a secret, other than to say it will have a lot of featured artists, including Lady Gaga. "We have some other surprises," Chilli said. <br>Source: http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/14/showbiz/tlc-movie-new-music/index.html
"I think there could be apostasy that is more sacred than martyrdom," said Lee, a Christian convert who explored Shamanism in some of his past movies. He was one of South Korea's most commercially and critically successful directors in the 1970s and '80s, making melodramas and romances with social critique while South Korea was going through military dictatorships that censored movies. "God's Eye View" is his first movie after an 18-year absence, during which he taught filmmaking at a university. Upon http://robbinsgwga.busythumbs.com/entry_id/862144/action/viewentry/ his return, he said he no longer saw movies as a means to gain fame and money, but to achieve loftier goals, and said he hopes the film will help break prejudice about Christianity in South Korea. "Rather than to believe it, I want people to understand Christianity," through the movie, he said denying his movie itself is trying to proselytize. <br>Source: http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wireStory/movie-harkens-07-skorean-abductions-taliban-20583625
Mark Wahlberg: 'Entourage' Movie Will Happen When The 'Guys Stop Being So Greedy'
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1997) Before Sarah Michelle Gellar there was Kristy Swanson. The Joss Whedon series started out as a 1992 film of the same name. After the movie was taken in a different direction than Whedon wanted, he brought the character back on The WB. And the rest is history. "Uncle Buck" (1990) Kevin Meaney took over the role of Uncle Buck for the TV series based on the 1989 film starring John Candy. In the series, Buck is named the guardian of his brother's children after his brother and sister-in-law die in a car accident. <br>Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/16/mark-wahlberg-entourage_n_4107284.html