Thanks to these films, we can't look at dolls, clowns, or cats the same way again.
She'll play the wife of a possible serial killer.
Hollywood can't get enough of the famed author.
Holdover hits prevailed this weekend as moviegoers showed little enthusiasm for new arrivals. Universal's PG-13-rated comedy "Meet the Parents" held on to first place in its second weekend with a still engaging estimated $21.35 million (-25%) at 2,615 theaters (+1 theater; $8,165 per theater). Its cume is approximately $59.4 million. "Parents'" international release is through DreamWorks Pictures, which co-financed the film and will share equally in its success. "Parents" had the highest per-the
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Hell is other people('s kids). Especially if some of those kids appear to have come straight from there. From babysitting nightmares like the head-turning Linda Blair in 'The Exorcist to those rascally 'Children of the Corn', we look back at the creepiest kids in movie history.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.