Authored by Daisy Luther via The Organic Prepper blog, Tomorrow is November 4th, the date that has been bandied about by wannabe Communists and people who hate the President since last summer as the starting date of their uprising. Cities...Show More Summary
What the hell, it's already November? Most of the fall season has felt like a long, awkward goodbye embrace with summer, but the truth is we're standing on the edge of winter, gazing over the frosty precipice. Thankfully this month is...Show More Summary
One of Scream Factory‘s big reveals at San Diego Comic Con this past summer was that they’d be releasing Drag Me to Hell, Sam Raimi’s 2009 return to horror, as a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray, and we’ve now got more details for ya today Drag Me to Hell will arrive on Scream Factory Blu-ray February 13, […]
The transit system's "summer of hell" was years in the making, and experts say the underlying problems will take at least as long to fix. But while a risk-averse bureaucracy got some of the blame for... To view the full story, click the title link.
Post-Glee, the world of scripted television hasn’t been particularly kind to Jane Lynch. Her CBS show Angel From Hell was killed after only a few episodes last year, and over the summer NBC passed on the Relatively Happy pilot which featured Lynch in a role that was specifically rewritten for her. Now, in an apparent… Read more...
This week, Jonathan joins Summer to talk about the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, in particular the documentary To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story. His fan love of the Friday the 13th series (and the Nightmare on Elm Street films)...Show More Summary
New York City's "summer of hell" will be remembered for the subway system's delays, overcrowding and derailments. But there's another transit crisis that has been playing out in slow motion... To view the full story, click the title link.
This week’s new release slate is thick as hell, and esoteric as usual: two of our favorite movies of the summer, an A+ new documentary on Netflix, unconventional horror on Criterion Blu-ray and Netflix, a long-overdue restoration of an Orson Welles classic, and new disc releases from Jim Henson, Woody Allen, and Garry Marshall. Let’s […]
With the “summer of hell” at Penn Station behind us, 650,000 daily commuters have once again returned to the transit hub's cramped corridors. While the station itself is not markedly... To view the full story, click the title link.
The No. 1, 2, 3 trains are used for more than a million trips a day. So are the A, C, E. In Thursday morning’s rush, both were thrown into
Pray for day. Linda Blair starred in a handful of horror movies in the wake of The Exorcist making her a household name, and two of them are soon headed to Blu-ray. First up is 1978’s Summer of Fear, directed by Wes Craven, coming in October from Doppelgänger Releasing. The other is 1981’s Hell Night, just […]
Tuesday: Track repairs end at Penn Station, summery weather, and the ugly side of modeling.
The emergency Penn Station repair work that inspired Governor Andrew Cuomo's now-infamous "summer of hell" tagline comes to an end Tuesday, on schedule. Nightmares anticipated in purple prose didn't come to pass on New Jersey Transit...Show More Summary
Swansea & Renato Sanches How the hell did Swansea pull this off? In one of the craziest transfers of the summer so far, it was announced on Wednesday that Portuguese international Renato Sanches is joining Swansea on loan. Sanches is moving to Wales from Bayern Munich. Bayern seem happy to have done the deal with […]
Three major railroads that use Penn Station plan to resume regular train service on Sept. 5, following two months of track repairs.
The emergency Penn Station repair work that inspired Governor Andrew Cuomo's now-infamous "summer of hell" tagline?which became a catchall for each derailment, stalled subway train and rush hour meltdown since?will finish on time, Amtrak announced Thursday. [ more › ]
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New York's subway system has been under closer scrutiny as disruptions pile up during what many are calling the "summer of hell." It's hard to go a day without seeing a new complaint about the ailing system on social media. But the frequency...Show More Summary
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It was the summer of hell, and I needed some relief. To take a break from the swamp that New York City becomes in the summer, I took a week-long trip to the sunny paradise of London for a well-deserved vacation. OK, fine. London may not be that sunny, but it is a transportation paradise. Show More Summary