Sexy Ghosts are all the Rage this Halloween

sexy ghost halloween costumeI stumbled upon this photo today on Facebook and couldn’t resist posting because it completely summarizes my feelings on girl Halloween costumes.

Now you’ve seen it all. Sexy Crayons, sexy treasure trolls, and now sexy ghosts. (I’m still waiting on sexy Obama. Just the mask and bikini.)

Never have I ever wanted to retreat to my bedroom with a box of insulin needles and a two and a half bag of candy corn more.

Please, please, please stay classy this October, kill yourself.

Read: The Best/Worst Halloween Costumes of 2012 (thetwistgossip.com)

La Toya Jackson Hears Michael’s Ghost Cheerily Tap Dancing Throughout Her Home

La Toya Jackson looks like ETIf Janet Jackson and Michael Jackson had an incestual child it would look and act like La Toya Jackson. Or E.T. in drag.

The shameless Jackson famous for having the childish laugh of the devil, baring her breasts for Playboy and starring in the reality show Life With La Toya has a new revelation.

She believes, at least in the withering tapestry she calls a mind, that the crotch-grabbing ghost of Michael Jackson tap dances in her house, the way he used to when he was alive, apparently.

La Toya said that bodyguards first informed her of the noises, telling Good Day New York that she was intrigued because her brother “used to do that every Sunday for two hours.”  Continue reading “La Toya Jackson Hears Michael’s Ghost Cheerily Tap Dancing Throughout Her Home”

Ryan Murphy and the Cast of ‘Glee’ Pour Cheez Whiz all Over Patrick Swayze’s Grave

Glee pottery sceneRyan Murphy has done some great things in his life.

I could make a case for Nip/Tuck and the first season of American Horror Story, but he’s also busted out some ultra steamy broccoli turds like Eat Pray Love.

I pity anyone who’s still holding onto the memory of Glee being a well-written show about misfits who occasionally burst into song.

Sometime after the second season, Murphy decided to focus less on the pithy dialogue, and give everyone’s all-time favorite character Sue Sylvester LESS screen time in favor of MORE singing.

Of the many reachy attempts to appeal to the audience (e.g. covering every popular song on the radio including viral hits like Psy’s highly unsingable “Gangnam Style”), the reenactment of the pottery scene from Ghost has to be the worst.  Continue reading “Ryan Murphy and the Cast of ‘Glee’ Pour Cheez Whiz all Over Patrick Swayze’s Grave”

Guillermo del Toro-Produced ‘Mama’ Destroyed by CGI

Megan Charpentier mamaGuillermo del Toro, who often produces for first time directors, became involved with the latest PG-13 ghost story in theaters after Spanish commercial-director Andrés Muschietti sent him a short film.

Sadly, Mamá the short is much more captivating than Mama the feature starring Jessica Chastain as the non-maternal bass player-girlfriend of a man (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Game of Thrones) whose brother recently died after committing a heinous crime.

Here’s a plot summary, from del Toro himself (void of spoilers unless you haven’t seen a preview):

“The kids are abandoned in the woods by their father. It’s half-fairy tale, half-horror film, and they survive five years in the wilderness and nobody knows exactly how. And the thing that kept them alive is a ghost. It looked after them, it’s a presence of a dead mother. And then they come back to civilization and it comes with them.”  Continue reading “Guillermo del Toro-Produced ‘Mama’ Destroyed by CGI”

The Lack of Dialogue in ‘Les Miserables’ Will Make You Cry

Anne Hathaway cryingAnne Hathaway tells MTV she cries when she watches herself in Tom Hooper’s Les Miserables because she’s “still connected to the experience of making it.” I, on the other hand, cried because there isn’t a single line of non-singing dialogue.

The lack of talking is something you might have missed from reading reviews, which have been mostly positive. Hathaway shines as factory-worker-turned-whore Fantine as does Jackman, Sacha Baron Cohen (for show-stealing comedy relief), Helena Bonham Carter, Isabelle Allen as young Cosette, and Samantha Barks.

Just please don’t think I’m exaggerating when I say there’s no talking, because there really isn’t any.

When you read an interview with Hooper and they talk about his choice to use “little spoken dialogue,” they mean “no spoken dialogue.” And when he says the “primary communication form” is singing, he really means “the only communication form.”  Continue reading “The Lack of Dialogue in ‘Les Miserables’ Will Make You Cry”

Ke$ha Has ‘Sexy’ Experiences With The Dead

Ke$ha isn’t exactly the Emily Post of pop music. She’s famous for songs about glitter and glory holes, turned into a cartoon mermaid in the video for “Your Love Is My Drug” and has a website called “Put Your Beard In My Mouth.”

The latest whiskey-flavored Ke$ha news kiblet relates to  a song off her second full-length album Warrior, due in November.

“I also have this song called ‘Supernatural.’ It’s about experiences with the supernatural…but in a sexy way. Well, I don’t know his name! He was a ghost. It was just like… I had a couple experiences with the supernatural. I’m very open to it.” she told Ryan Seacrest.  Continue reading “Ke$ha Has ‘Sexy’ Experiences With The Dead”

Fun Late Night Questions With Meryl Streep

Jimmy Kimmel sat down with Meryl Streep last Friday (as usual I’m years late to the party) and asked her questions that she has likely never been asked before. It was a reminder that the most serious and revered actress is not “a drag,” quite the opposite.

The last time she “got drunk” was the night before the interview, an answer accompanied by an adorable giggle. Streep’s nickname was “Strip” but not for the reasons you’d think.

Has she ever been in a physical fight? – “Yes..she broke my glasses and I ripped her blouse off.” Thus the name. Has she ever seen Jersey Shore, yes she has but she’s not a fan, no surprise there. “I’m from New Jersey and it doesn’t represent us well.”

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Reasons To NOT See ‘Paranormal Activity 3’

I went into Paranormal Activity 3 with reasonable expectations, or maybe a fraction high since the preview actually made the third movie in the low-budget cult ghost/demon franchise look better than the second. However, PA3 is significantly worse than than the sequel.

After 2007’s Paranormal Activity first hit theaters, the ingenious indie thriller which cost $11,000 to to make, we all wondered how a sequel was even a possibility after the unlucky demon-magnet Katie killed her camera-toting husband and was “never seen again.”

The second movie, which is prequel, same as PA3, followed Katie’s sister Kristi  (Sprague Grayden) just two months before the suspenseful events of the first. It ended with Katie killing her sister and stealing her baby…

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