This week, did we almost see the Summers School of Mutants? Did Charles Schulz send secret messages to his mistress in Peanuts comic strips? And did the famous Spirit femme fatale Sand Seref almost debut in another comic strip entir...
This week: France copes with the aftermath of the Paris terrorist attacks. Here is one of the greatest recordings ever made at the Bataclan, one of the sites of last week’s killings. From 1972, this is Lou Reed, John Cale and Nico of the Velvet Underground performing “Femme Fatale” at the famous Paris music hall. […]
How to destroy the zombie horde. Shadows of Evil, the Black Ops 3 Zombies mode, takes place in Morg City and features The Magician, the Femme Fatal, The Cop and The Boxer. The idea is to destroy progressively difficult waves of zombies (obviously). You’ll get to use an XP-based progression system, Perks and a power-up […]
More than two decades have passed since "Basic Instinct" ushered in the Stone Age. Sharon Stone's portrayal of a bisexual femme fatale with a wild appetite for sex and murder — as well as a famous disregard for underwear — instantly propelled Stone into the upper echelon of leading ladies. Between...
Lulu, the Metropolitan Opera's newest production, sees a much-married woman kill her husband and her lesbian lover to take the fall.
MAC Cosmetics has the ability to make us feel many emotions, and now, with the launch of Dita Von Teese's new lipstick, we can all get in touch with our sexy sides. The team has worked with the ultimate femme fatale to create a poppy red shade, dubbed the Von Teese, and its signature red hue is the epitome of glamour and sexiness. Show More Summary
Femme fatale and glamour champion Dita von Teese spent two years as a M.A.C Viva Glam spokesperson and is back in the family again with a new, exclusive lipstick launch. Out December 9 online, the matte, pink-based red lipstick is named after von Teese, a self-described "red-lipstick addict" who found inspiration... More »
She’s always had a bit of an attitude, and Cara Delevingne lends her femme fatale presence to the new live-action trailer Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Joined by Michael B. Jordan and Marshawn Lynch, the darling English supermodel/actress...Show More Summary
Lilith. Pandora. Circe. Salome. “La Belle Dame sans Merci.” Carmen. Brigid O’Shaughnessy: the eternal “femme fatale” still fascinates us.
Lulu, it seems, is everywhere. Frank Wedekind's legendary femme fatale, who's beguiling behavior inspired nearly as many artists as Helen of Troy's beauty launched ships, can be found all over New York City. Alban Berg's modernist opera,...Show More Summary
Although she died countless times on stage and on film, Lulu still lives. Frank Wedekind's immortal character -- the great femme fatale of the 20th century -- first appeared in his once controversial, now celebrated "Lulu" plays, Erdgeist (Earth Spirit, 1895) and Die Büchse der Pandora (Pandora's Box, 1904). Show More Summary
A recently surfaced letter written by Ian Fleming is revealing some prejudices that the James Bond author held.
Post by Margeaux Baulch Klein. In Hollywood, snagging a role as one of the sexy femme fatales in a 007 movie is a major career boon, with many actresses, including Madonna, clamoring to play these parts. The latest Bond film, Spectre,...Show More Summary
If you're a fan of international intrigue, dashing secret agents, sultry femme fatales, cool spy gadgets, and you drink your martinis shaken, not stirred, this is a week you've been waiting for. The latest James Bond adventure, Spectre, finally hits theaters this week, and we're all pretty psyched. Show More Summary
I have always had a soft spot for 1940s and 50s Film Noir, where there is always a gorgeous Femme Fatale, whose charms are most likely going to get you killed. The light in those movies is the key to the ambience of mystery and danger,...Show More Summary
Over the course of the last several decades, James Bond has come across his fair share of villains. They’re some of the most colorful class of egomaniacs, sociopaths, thugs, dental problems, hat throwers, and femme fatales. This veritable cast of sometimes classy, sometimes crass criminals all present a unique challenge to Mr. Show More Summary
Archstone Distribution’s Julia (review) is now in limited theaters and on VOD platforms. Directed by Matthew A. Brown, and starring The Human Centipede‘s Ashley C. Williams, “Julia is a neon-noir revenge thriller centering on Julia Shames, played by Williams, who after suffering a brutal trauma, falls prey to an unorthodox form of therapy to restore […]
Moe Szyslak doesn’t have much luck in love. “It’s been four years since my last date with a whatchacallit—uh, woman.” Even his mail-order bride preferred her old life “diving for tourists’ pennies in a Micronesian swamp.” But Moe don’t...Show More Summary
In which Cate Blanchett immediately gets herself cast in any and every upcoming 1930s period piece in which there’s a role for a glorious and glamorous femme fatale who might also be a spy. (Although, generally speaking, nearly every femme fatale could potentially be a spy.) This could easy veer into Grandma’s Housedress Zone, but Read More...