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Tune In And Watch October 19th - October 25th 2014. Volume 2, Issue 42
   
In The Lens
"GHOSTBUSTERS" REBOOT:
WILL BILL MURRAY RETURN? 


An all-female reboot of "Ghostbusters" for Sony Pictures is in the works but that doesn't mean the new film won't include Bill Murray. According to industry insiders, the studio would jump at the chance to sign Murray for either a cameo or supporting role. The real challenge will be convincing Murray, who for years has resisted making another "Ghostbusters."



"The studio really gets crazy about it," Murray said recently, "The first one was a spectacular movie. The second one had some moves. It had a few good scenes in it."

Over the years, Murray has looked over several treatments for a third film. There was even one script where his character died and he came back as a ghost. Murray described it as kind of funny but not well executed."



Now in a host of new films doesn't mean Bill Murray couldn't be there to pass the baton. He's left the door open by a hair---indicating he'd consider another "Ghostbusters" if the idea felt right.

PIERCE BROSNAN FEELS "THE URGE"


After attempting to recapture his "Bond" days with action thriller "The November Man" arriving in theatres November 7th, Pierce Brosnan is taking aim at a character with an even dodgier moral keel. He's set to play a drug creator in "The Urge."



With the cameras rolling next month and kicking off in New York City, the plot follows a group of friends on holiday at a swanky island destination who throw caution to the wind and take up the offer of a new designer drug that causes them to lose the ability to control their urges. 

So like so  many already-existing drugs? Perhaps. But this one offers a new twist to the tale. And Brosnan  gets to be charming and calculating as the man behind the narcotic.



Meanwhile, Brosnan  has a few new films currently clanking through post- production including "How To Make Love Like  An Englishman", the thriller "The Coup",  an adventure fantasy "The Moon and the Sun"  and action pic "Survivor."

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IT'S HALLOWEEN! LET'S TAKE A
PEEK AT WHOSE SCARING US IN
CLASSIC HORROR FILMS 

First of all, let's call the day by it's rightful name---All Hallow's (rhymes with gallows, right?) Eve. Tradition has it that folks use humor and ridicule to confront the powers of the dead.

Perhaps that's why we dress up, indulge in high jinks and most of all. horror movies! In an effort to make your movie-watching a little less sinister, we're revealing who's behind three of the most high octane frightsters  ever seen on the big screen.

1. Boris Karloff aka William Henry Pratt is recognized as one of the true icons of horror cinema with his portrayal of the monster in Mary Shelley's classic, "Frankenstein." He's also known for "The Mummy" and "Bride of Frankenstein."



2. Bela Lugosi aka Bela Blasko will always be Count Dracula. Born in Hungary and a star there and in Germany before arriving in the U.S. as a seaman on a merchant ship, in addition to Dracula, he was a regular in horror films. Most notably "The Raven" and "The Corpse Vanishes."



3. Vincent Price Jr. Actor, writer and gourmet, he traveled Europe, attended Yale and made his film debut in minor roles before becoming best known in "The Fly", "House of Wax and "Dr. Phibes."

Expressly for Halloween Weekend, MoviesAndMore.tv has a bevy of classics featuring more of your favorite serial killers and monsters.

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PRICE FRIGHT: MOST EXPENSIVE HALLOWEEN COSTUMES 

It can be ridiculously expensive to dress up like favorite comic book characters. For $999.99, the DC Comics Collector's Edition Superman or Batman polyester suits come with highly detailed muscles and includes boots, capes, masks, hairpieces and headpieces.



Women can get into the game with a  $400 Batgirl costume complete with all accessories. But if movie heroines are more your style, there's the $220 Scarlett O'Hara dress. The shoes will set you back another $43.00



Kids aren't left out of the expensive Halloween costume loop. You can dress your child as Tony The Tiger ($80.00), Ghost Lady ($120.00) or Ghost Gent ($120.00).

What's the bottom line? According to projections by the National Retail Federation, Americans will spend $11 billion this year on Halloween, with the biggest chunk---$7.4 billion being spent on costumes. Now that's scary! 

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Fall of the House of Usher

THE CORPSE VANISHES with BELA LUGOSI

A scientist, aided by an old hag and her two brutish sons, kills virgins and extracts gland fluids to keep his ancient wife alive and young.

Horror
Running Time: 64 Minutes
Director: Wallace Fox
Starring: Bela Lugosi, Luana Walters, Tristram Coffin

Hangmans Knot

HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL with VINCENT PRICE

An eccentric millionaire offers $10,000 to five people who agree to be locked in a large, spooky house overnight with he and his wife.

Horror
Running Time: 75 Minutes
Director: William Castle
Starring: Vincent Price, Carol Omart, Richard Long

Les Miserables

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD with DUANE JONES

A group of friends, stranded in a strange town, are forced to hide from bloodthirsty zombies on a rampage.

Horror
Running Time: 80 Minutes
Director: George A. Romero
Starring: Duane Jones, Judith O'Dea

Morons From Outer Space

VILLAGE OF THE DAMED with CHRISTOPHER REEVES

A small town's women give birth to unfriendly alien children posing as humans.

Horror
Running Time: 99 Minutes
Director: John Carpenter
Starring: Kirstie Alley, Christoper Reeves

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