Zombies are the new black, at least when it comes to entertainment. With success of The Walking Dead, Americans cannot seem to get enough brains. Most projects take an apocalyptic tone with only a handful that deal with the zombies as actual characters who are capable of rehabilitation such as the film Warm Bodies and the excellent British series, In the Flesh. It is in this grey area that the latest French series "Les Revenants," or The Returned, thrives.
As the title suggests, the series revolves around a group of local townspeople who for reasons unexplained, "return" to their homes and families from the grave, much to the shock, horror and relief of their loved ones. They are not gruesome, or walking corpses but simply wake up looking like the day they died, whether it was early aughts, the '80s or the '30s, with no recollection of dying. This abrupt reintroduction into their families' lives invites a sliding scale of reactions: from delusion, to disgust and unbridled joy. As much as The Returned shrouds itself in mystery with some supernatural elements at play, it is really about the stages of grief and how we handle death. Leave it to the French to get all brooding about zombies.
The cast is nothing short of spectacular, and we expect Jenna Thiam to be a household name in the very near future. Of course, because it's French television, there's plenty of teenagers chain smoking and having sex, realistic lesbian relationships and a lack of excessive violence. After being turned onto the series by some of our French friends, we marathoned the whole first season in one sitting. Since the series aired all over the Europe and earned a cult following, it will now be airing on the Sundance Channel, on Halloween naturally. With an American remake already in the works for A&E, now is your chance to view the original series before it gets put through the Hollywood machine. Will they have another The Killing on their hands or a revised flop? We'll have to wait and see.
Pretty Little Liars continues to get scarier and scarier, to the point where I’m telling all of my friends that if they’re ever placed inside of a mental institution I will definitely not be visiting them. Also, we’ve looped creepy wooden puppets back in the game, which are exponentially more frightening then just creepy wooden dolls.
The episode begins with the three “healthy” Liars visiting the one “sick” Liar – I thought Spencer wasn’t allowed to have visitors, and she definitely isn’t allowed to have visitors when the lighting looks something like midnight, but I guess Old Granny Nurse treats our special friend as her own special friend. Everyone is trying to be super delicate and sweet, except for Hanna, who just suddenly blurts out that the Rosewood park rangers (there should be 950 employed rangers for the size of the Rosewood forest) found a body. Spencer is kind of out of it and definitely doesn’t want to go home when she’s hypothetically released from the hospital the next day – she needs to stick around and figure out some things in her brain. How sad; what Spencer really needs is a difficult Sudoku puzzle and some quality sex with Toby. Evil Toby will even do for the whole sex thing! Honestly, Evil Toby is probably even better!
Hanna remarks that she saw “a roach big enough to wear an apron” in the kitchen, which I think is an exaggeration but I’m never entirely sure when it comes to My Favorite Person. Another nice note from Hanna to Spencer: “You are not crazy – this place is.” Spencer doesn’t budge. Spencer looks back in anger. Spencer is slowly but surely becoming Mona’s little puppet.
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The next morning, Hanna declares that she only slept for 20 minutes. It looks like Hanna spent the rest of her night throwing all of her belongings around Emily’s room because she’s so stressed out about Wilden and the sunken cop car. Hurricane Hanna is in the house. Emily says there’s nothing to worry about because “cars don’t float – if they did, pilgrims would have driven here.” Emily is now Dumbest Liar in America, because she is just so damn stupid and not even stupid-funny-smart-sharp like Hanna. Emily’s Mom thinks that Hanna doesn’t know the word “fold,” which is kind of rude but also probably true. Ezra & Aria hang around the Rosewood cafes, being boring to the maximum. Ezra is going to let Aria pick up Malcolm from his karate class, which means that Malcolm will probably be dead by the end of our third season. I am so afraid for poor, chin-scarped Malcolm’s desolate future.
CALEB IS BACK!!! HOORAY!!! Emily’s Mother sprayed Hanna with air freshener on her way out the door, including all up in Hanna’s hair. Caleb thinks it’s a sexy smell, which makes sense from the kid that used to sneak into the library and sleep in the ducts. Hanna might be a little messy with her personal items but she has never not washed her hair (double negative, I know – kiss my ass, English). Hanna’s hair is not even having it’s greatest/chicest moments this week, but she’s never fallen down to air freshener levels. Like, Febreze in your hair. Spencer, on the other hand… Regardless, Hanna is the funniest person in the world, she has the cutest boyfriend, and she is conflicted about the whole secret drama with Uncle Father stealing from the church. God always gets in the way of these things, you know?
Shana & Emily are texting, which makes Emily blush while Paige is on “vacation.” Okay – how the hell can Paige be on vacation in the middle of a random school week? Emily screamed at Paige about Shana but is now texting and blushing? Is Emily our undercover Rosewood slut? I hope Paige gets expelled – you can’t play the lesbian card on a super random vacation anymore. I’ve had enough! Our three trusty Liars are going to sneak into the morgue and take a Snapchat of the corpse; I feel like Hanna definitely has Snapchat on her phone, while Emily is using Tinder. Snapchat would be a great app in which to capture the face of a corpse found in the woods because I really don’t want my friends stumbling up the pictures of a body bag when scrolling through my glamorous pictures from Saturday night. This is all Hanna using Snapchat because she is obviously the only Liar allowed to use her phone in the morgue, as decided by Emily. That Emily, so bossy.
Spencer is playing Settlers of Catan or RISK or some other janky world domination board game at the ward, except that the board doubles as Mona’s old map of the hospital grounds. It’s like a treasure map! It leads to a secret window/secret garden, because the one unlocked and unsupervised window in the entire psych ward would require an elaborate code to locate. Eddie Lamb is still in cahoots with Spencer, and Wren is giving everyone in the hospital creepy attitude instead of his charming Hot British Doctor charm. Wren did something wrong.
Empty Classroom Encounter #9,832.457: Aria’s Mother calls Hanna in, asking why PornStarMom hasn’t been in touch. Well, Aria’s Mother, it looks like PornStarMom has been avoiding your calls because she’s been trapped in a Canal Street vendor’s secret illegal back room of fake purses for the past eight hours and doesn’t have any cell service. It seems an $8,000 bell was stolen from the church, and naturally all eyes are looking at our favorite Uncle Father. Hanna pees her pants.
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Uncle Father buys a beautiful gold angel necklace for Hanna, and Uncle Father also hates cellphones/instantly makes it impossible for Hanna to relate to his lifestyle. Spencer throws a blouse on the ground, which is basically like burning a flag or throwing a Bible in the World of Spencer. Mariska Hargitay experiences a flashback where Alison returned from her late-night slumber party “break” with a bloody mouth. I don’t condone violence, but I would probably scratch the corner of Alison’s mouth if I saw her in a backyard in the middle of the night. Alison was rude to Hanna about her weight, and therefore is my enemy. Alison cries in Mariska’s arms before pretending she’s just being weird. Alison has schizophrenia.
Hanna, Emily, and Aria decide to deck themselves out in some classic candy striper outfits (I used to think candy stripers were something really dirty, kid you not) to sneak into a morgue. I think visiting the morgue as a candy striper can still get you fired from the whole candy striper thing, but the girls are pros at this venue. I’m getting all sorts of wonky Buffy/Pushing Daisies/The OC flashbacks for some odd reason; I’m not complaining.
Hanna wonders what one would do with a stolen bell. Aria proposes that you would melt the bell down first – smart girl. Hanna says, “I smell dead people.” Hanna compares bodies to “stale loaves of bread.” Hanna wonders why we work so hard on crunches, tan lines, and not eating that second pudding. Hanna wins. Emily gets annoyed. Aria spots Red Coat/Taylor Swift in one of those curvy around-the-corner hospital mirrors, but Red Coat disappears into an elevator. Emily finds the body bag, and the corpse definitely isn’t Toby. HOWEVER, the corpse is wearing that creepy plaster Alison Halloween mask, which no one seems to find terribly suspicious. That mask makes me nauseous. My grandparents used to have a werewolf mask in the basement that made my little brother cry; PLL should borrow that exact mask and borrow that exact basement because both things are definitely maximum creepy and legitimate haunted.
WREN AND MONA AND EDDIE AND I’m so over Radley. Like, let’s shut the f**k up and get out of here already. Eddie and Wren are enemies, because it seems Wren was the one helping Mona with the illegal passes. Spencer is hiding her pills in a little baggie under her pillow, because she is the smartest insane girl on the block. Back at school, Hanna is being quiet and Caleb is starting to notice; “Hanna, you have an opinion about everything – from Honey Boo Boo’s haircut to the look the lunch lady gave you when you asked for butter on your corn.” First off, Honey Boo Boo’s haircut is fabulous. Secondly, nothing is weird about a little butter on corn. Caleb looks so handsome and I missed him so much and I’m in love with him. Hanna finally explains the Uncle Father $5 bill debacle. Caleb is not pleased.
Remember when I referenced Malcolm dying? Well, I was basically correct. A picked up Malcolm from karate class and brought him to the horrifying kids carnival in Rosewood, some kind of puppet circus for children that finds creepy harlequins in a children’s puppet rendition of Faust appropriate. ROSEWOOD IS FULL OF NUTJOBS. Aria’s Mom does way too much talking because Aria is just trying to find Malcolm and Malcolm is probably already dead and Black Glove is touching Malcolm’s hair and Malcolm is actually just eating ice cream alone in the puppet tent waiting for the late show to start. Malcolm should learn never to leave with strangers: “But your friend picked me up instead. She said he name was Alison.” Over this. Fake Alison is going to steal Malcolm forever. Goodbye, little boy.
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I love Caleb. I love Caleb so much. HALEB FOREVER. Tyler Blackburn does a great job with his material during the big confrontation with Uncle Father, which turns into a giant meltdown about Caleb’s spending his formative years in foster homes. Caleb gets really worked up. Uncle Father excuses himself. And Hanna hopes she is doing the right thing. Naturally, no one is ever doing the right thing in Rosewood, but Hanna will find out all the details soon enough. Soon enough – that night, Hanna gets a text from A as the new church bell rings: “Hear that? It’s the sound of your big mistake.” BabeCity Caleb tries to patch things up with Uncle Father; Hanna feels really awful, but there’s really nothing to do when our cyberbully strikes. I honestly think everyone in Rosewood should just move to the west coast and ride ponies.
Spencer might actually be crazy in following Mona’s board game clues, which somehow lead Spencer to a B-horror genre dreamscape involving barefoot hallway pattering, a flowing white dress, creepy breeze, and Spencer’s untamed hair. Also, Ghost Alison shows up and tries to dance with Spencer. Spencer isn’t the lesbian in the foursome, Ali; let’s get back up to our A-game, shall we? Ali says that her bloody mouth came from a girl – probably Melissa, accidentally stabbing Ali in the side of the face while attempting to cut her own nasty hair. Spencer snaps out of it, and finds a visitor pass for… CECE DRAKE. Certified by Wren. Wren forged the pass so CeCe could give advice to Mona – Ali got CeCe kicked out of college, and CeCe wanted to help Mona move on as a role model. CeCe go the Mona-Radley information from Melissa. Everything leads back to Melissa. I hope Melissa dies in the new bell tower; I would laugh nonstop for the rest of my life.
Aria decides to break things off with Ezra because she needs to secretly protect Malcolm from A; finally, the characters in this subplot are feeling as sad and dejected as I feel while watching said subplot. That said, great scene for Lucy Hale – the cast is really on top of craft tonight, which weirdly makes me feel like a proud father. I may or may not be crying Dad Tears at the moment. Look away.
Emily’s Mom has some secret police information from her “top secret” job – the police found a second body in the woods, fitting Toby’s description and with Spencer’s purse found nearby. Still, there was significant trauma to the body so a full answer won’t come till the morning. While Emily was supposed to keep this information on the DL, she instead sprints over to tell the other two girls. Everyone is wigging out and I can just tell Hanna wants to order a pizza.
Now. Weirdest twist of the night. SPENCER IS HELPING MONA. WTF. FAUST. More details – Spencer checks out the pills under her bed to count all of her day-glo pills, and then decides to pull out a Black Hoodie from her pillowcase. I wonder if Team A got all of their gear from the mental institution… ? We hear a slight voiceover, where Spencer is basically agreeing to join in with Mona. Now. Spencer clearly has a secret agenda, because placing Spencer on Team A would make all of season three seem like a giant joke, a.k.a. it would make Spencer into a horrifying mastermind of pure evil. I would say I am 100 percent certain Spencer is playing the A system, but I know now to never make bets when it comes to PLL. Spencer had two tickets to Faust at the kiddie circus from Satan, so I’m guessing she took Malcolm to the show? This is all a little confusing and honestly somewhat poorly executed, but I was screaming just enough to the point where nothing else in the world mattered for a solid three minutes. In short, we all win here.
We get a glimpse of this other body from the woods before the credits roll. It’s not Toby – that hip tattoo is rubbing off, which means someone was painted up to look like Toby. I think the tattoo was rubbing off… ? I can never trust myself with this show. I am always terrified of being locked up in Radley or dreaming about Alison and thinking she visited my apartment or having my lesbian friend’s mother spray air freshener in my hair or forgetting where I put the bell I stole from the local church. It’s possible that Spencer was saving all of those pills for the midnight premiere of Spring Breakers, right? THE FINALE IS NEXT WEEK OMG LOL ALREADY CRYING. Text you later.
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The German beauty was due to host her annual event in New York City on 31 October (12), but she called off the party in the days after Sandy hit America's East Coast because she "didn't think it was right to dress up... and dance" when so many people had lost their homes.
The bash will now take place at New York City venue Finale on Saturday (01Dec12) and will raise money for the Red Cross' Sandy relief scheme.
Tickets will be sold off on auction website eBay.com to boost funds, and Klum will spend Sunday (02Dec12) volunteering for the Red Cross, according to New York Post gossip column Page Six.
The German beauty has been throwing her famous costume bash for many years, but she axed the New York event last week (31Oct12) as heavy winds and rain caused chaos throughout the region.
She has rescheduled the party for 1 December (12) and insists she has no regrets about calling off the event.
Klum tells U.S. TV host Ellen DeGeneres, "I was in New York. So many people have lost their homes and other people have lost a family member. I didn't think it was right to dress up and drink and dance. And so I rescheduled it."
She also reveals her four children were in Los Angeles and had no idea about the drama occurring on the other side of the country.
Klum adds, "Obviously they don't hear a lot of the news and everything, so they just celebrated Halloween obviously here in L.A. It was also very different and they went trick-or-treating with their outfits on and love it. They're happy."
Each week, Hollywood gives us something to whine about. A celebrity does something stupid (hello, Chris Brown's Halloween costume) or a TV show we love gets the ax. Pop Culture can be cruel, but sometimes something happens that makes us realize there are bigger fish to fry. That's why this week, in the wake of Hurricane Sandy's wrath, we're going to put the kibosh on all the whining. It's times like these when we need to celebrate the good things and appreciate the pop culture moments that have helped us escape the harsh reality and smile. So, while we're still raising our glasses, this time, it's in celebration. Let's get a little loose, let those smiles run wild, and give each other a hearty cheers! Despite the tragic events this week, we've still got a few reasons to carry on and return to our normal, happy selves. Champagne for Everybody! A Glimmer of Hope Among the Rubble: The Jersey Shore House Survives New Jersey suffered a tragic fate when Sandy hit its coast, and the destruction was (and still is) devastating. But not everything was lost. The home we all came to know through six seasons of Jersey Shore remains in tact, with a bit of sand piled up in its driveway. Whether or not you're a fan of the show, it's pretty encouraging to know that not all was lost. If that house survived, there have got to be others that did as well. Halloween Isn't Over Just Yet Even if you don't live in New York or New Jersey, where Halloween has been rescheduled for Nov. 6, you can still get in on the celebration in solidarity. And if you do, we've got some costume ideas for you. Most People Are Wise Enough To Know That Donald Trump Is Nuts When the hurricane hit, Donald Trump used his social media presence to extend his extortion offer to President Obama. Trump gave him almost one extra day to deliver his third grade report card, or whatever it is he thinks will reveal Obama's big bad secret. Luckily for humanity, most people with brains in their heads were outraged at Trump's insensitivity in the midst of a disaster. Sorry, Trump. Obama doesn't have time to look through his file of elementary school finger paintings right now, he's busy helping Americans whose homes were lost in a hurricane. RZA Not Only Has a Favorite Woody Allen Movie, But It's Not the One About a Threesome He's got good taste. Good thing, since he's directing movies now. On Election Night, Good News or Bad, We'll Have a Reason To Giggle Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert will be hosting election night coverage, meaning we'll get a little more than numbers and touch screen technology. It worked in 2008, and we're happy to enjoy it again in 2012. There's Romance on the Horizon on Glee After all those breakups, Glee is a land of sad realities. Luckily, our own Leanne Aguilera found a scooplet that's sure to make you smile! Good love is on the way... Redemption is Alive and Well It used to be that working in pornography was the kiss of death for an actor's career. Now, it seems there are ways to escape the stigma of a job that is widely regarded as bottom of the barrel. Thanks to Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus, it seems that redemption is available to anyone (who's a wildly attractive person who you'd never realize was a former porn star if someone didn't tell you). We're Heading Straight Into a Storm of Funny Because come hell or high water, Louis CK is hosting SNL this weekend. Take that, Sandy! Finally, We Love New York and the Northeast: A Region Full of Some of the Toughest, Most Resilient People in the Country Usually, this post takes aim at funny stories from throughout the entertainment world, but this week was a little different. Sure, we've got some great pop culture moments to be thankful for, but the strength shown by the hurricane victims on the East Coast is admirable. Let us all raise a glass to these folks and the people working tirelessly to put it all back together. Follow Kelsea on Twitter @KelseaStahler [Photo Credit: Mejia/Asadorian/Splash News] More Unhappy Hour: Oct. 19 Oct. 6 Sept. 29 From Our Partners: Country Music Association Awards 2012: See the Best-Dressed Stars of the Night (PHOTOS) (Celebuzz) ’The X Factor’ Live Shows: 10 Things You Didn’t See on TV (Celebuzz)
It's almost Halloween and you know what that means - it's time for Saw. Saw 3D hits theaters this Friday, October 29 and it's sure to bring in a big audience...and then send them running scared from the theaters, back to the safety of their homes!
To celebrate the release of the final chapter in the beloved Saw series, we've got a huge prize pack for you that includes two free tickets to Universal Theme Park's Hollywood Horror Night in Hollywood, CA!
How To Enter:
- Comment below this post and tell us what you're greatest fear is. That's all there is to it!
We'll pick one random winner to be announced on Tuesday, Oct 26th.
Your tix to Universal Studios Hollywood Horror Night will be sent overnigh to you.
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About the Prize Pack
(1) Pair of tickets to Universal Theme Park's Hollywood Horror Night in Hollywood, CA *
(2) Saw Video games - both Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 format
(1) Saw 3D Soundtrack / Digital Download Card
(1) Saw 3D T-shirt
(1) Saw 3D Theatrical Poster
(5) Saw 3D Lollipops
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* Universal Studios Hollywood – Featuring the Saw maze: SAW GAME OVER. Tickets retail at $59.00. Runs weekends (some Thursdays) 9/24 – 10/31. Tickets will allow general admission into the park, there are other mazes, scare zones and some rides open. Here HERE to check it out:
Saw Fan Appreciation Night
Lionsgate & Twisted pictures are extremely excited to announce that Thursday, October 28 will be an EPIC nationwide SAW FAN APPRECIATION NIGHT! As a thank you to the loyal SAW fanbase through the sereis, theaters will be offering a ‘Limited Edition’ pair of SAW RealD - 3D glasses as a gift with purchase for the Thursday night shows – while supplies last. The fans that attend the 8pm, 10pm, and midnight shows will get the bragging rights of glasses that say “I SAW IT FIRST 10.28.10.”
SAW fans can purchase tickets to the SAW FAN APPRECIATION NIGHT screenings through Moviefone.
Top Story: Paris Hilton Videotape Leaked
Paris Hilton, heir to the Hilton hotel fortune and star of Fox's upcoming reality series The Simple Life, is trying to stop the distribution of a homemade video that reportedly features her having sex with Rick Solomon, who went on to marry former Charmed star Shannen Doherty in 2002. Hilton's spokesperson Siri Garber told The Associated Press the tape was made three years ago while Solomon and Hilton were dating. "Not everybody indulges in that, but couples do it sometimes and it's just for themselves, for fun. She never intended for it to be seen by anybody other than the two of them," Garber said. An unidentified person reportedly distributed the video to some gossip columnists and Hilton's lawyers are trying to determine whether Solomon, 33, was involved in releasing the tape. Solomon, who owns a clothing and DVD company that distributes amateur party videos of scantily clad women, has supposedly split with Doherty but the status of their relationship is unclear, the AP reports.
LAPD Fires Celeb-Tracking Officer
The Los Angeles Police Department has fired a police officer who used department computers to review confidential records on celebrities, including Halle Berry, Jennifer Aniston and Dylan McDermott, the AP reports. Officer Kelly Chrisman, who was fired Oct. 27, said his superiors assigned him to look up the information as part of a project to map celebrity homes to help monitor potential stalkers, but the LAPD says no such project existed. Investigators say they do not know what Chrisman, 35, did with the information he accessed between 1994 and 2000.
Critics of Gibson's Passion Harassed
Two scholars who have criticized Mel Gibson's The Passion of Christ said Thursday they have received hate mail in response to their comments. According to the AP, Sister Mary Boys, a professor at Union Theological Seminary in New York, and Paula Fredriksen, a Boston University professor, have received hateful e-mails from Gibson supporters. The women made the comments at a panel discussion about the film, which centers on the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, at a national meeting of the Anti-Defamation League. The Passion of Christ is set for release Feb. 25.
Fox Releases Alien Quadrilogy
Twentieth Century Fox announced it will release Alien Quadrilogy, a boxed set of all four of director Ridley's Scott's Alien installments, on Dec. 2. According to Variety, the 9-disc set, priced at $99.98, contains the theatrical editions of all four movies in the series, including the theatrical version of Aliens, which has never been released on DVD before. Extras include nearly 45 hours of bonus features, directors' cuts of three of the movies and a restored "pre-release" version of Alien3. Double-disc DVD sets of each film will be sold separately beginning Jan. 6 for $26.98 each.
CBS Sings Hilary Duff
CBS has signed a comedy pilot deal with 16-year-old Lizzie McGuire star Hilary Duff and will develop a starring vehicle for the young actress for the 2004-05 season, Reuters reports. Disney's Lizzie McGuire wrapped production in July 2002 but Duff and her representatives had a public falling-out with the Mouse House after the two sides could not come to terms over a proposed sequel to The Lizzie McGuire Movie. CBS views signing Duff, who starts a national concert tour later this month to support her solo debut album, Metamorphosis, as an opportunity to cater to younger viewers.
VH-1 Updating Partridge Family
Music cabler VH-1 is planning an updated version of the 1970s sitcom The Partridge Family, which ran on ABC from 1970-74. According to The Hollywood Reporter Sony Pictures Television, which holds rights to the show about a musical family, will produce a reality series for VH-1 chronicling the casting of the family as well as a scripted half-hour pilot featuring the winners. No production date has been set, but the network is aiming to make it a tentpole of its 2004 schedule.
Timberlake Wins Big at MTV Europe Awards
Justin Timberlake was the big winner Thursday night at the MTV Europe Awards, walking away with three top prizes, including best male, best pop and best album for his debut album Justified. Christina Aguilera, who hosted the awards ceremony, was named best female artist. Other winners included Jamaican dancehall reggae sensation Sean Paul, who was named best new act of the year, and Beyoncé, who took the best R&B award, while MTV viewers voted her single "Crazy in Love" best song of the year.
Role Call: Jackson, Arquette, Hershey, Christensen Set for King Thriller
Jonathan Jackson, David Arquette, Barbara Hershey and Erika Christensen have been set to star in Riding the Bullet, an adaptation of the Stephen King e-book, for writer/director Mick Garris, Variety reports. Set on Halloween in 1969, the supernatural thriller follows a 21-year-old New England college student (Jackson), who attempts suicide after his girlfriend (Christensen) breaks up with him. But when he learns that his mother (Hershey) has had a stroke, he hitchhikes through rural Maine to visit her bedside, and is picked up by a mysterious driver (Arquette).
"Scream" director Wes Craven, "Psycho" actress Janet Leigh, mistress of darkness Elvira, Goosebump's author R.L. Stine and "Crypt Keeper" John Kassir open their homes to host Nancy Glass. Also features a look at the Philadelphia home which once belonged to author Edgar Allan Poe.