|US Release Date||10/31/1978|
Just like Kimye, Bonnie and Clyde did it all for fame.
Pain, tears, death: must be the holidays at the BBC.
The horror writer's post-apocalyptic saga would make an epic film series.
Veteran musician Van Dyke Parks has risked causing outrage by insisting controversial world leaders Richard Nixon and Margaret Thatcher should have died sooner.
Terry's back! Well, sort of.
Producers of Paul Walker's latest film Hours have decided to proceed with the release as planned, despite the actor's death.
A few actors seem to constantly cause cancellation.
Rapper Macklemore paid tribute to tragic Florida teenager Trayvon Martin and called for an end to racial profiling as he accepted an honour at the 2013 American Music Awards via satellite from the state.
Michael Jackson's personal doctor Conrad Murray has sensationally alleged the pop icon overdosed on drugs by secretly injecting himself.
A company is actually making wine in a can, and the Gang is probably furious.
Ben Affleck's early Oscar contender 'Argo' is a political thriller you have to see to believe. Based on the astonishing true story of the unconventional rescue of six U.S. diplomats from Tehran during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, it's something only Hollywood could dare to dream up. In honor of Argo we look back other movies whose stories are so outrageous and unbelievable they had to be true because, well, they were.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.