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  • At Universal Studios, students get a crash course in filmmaking

    At Universal Studios, students get a crash course in filmmaking
    A 12-year-old girl crouches into a corner in an alley, talking on a cellphone. The tone of her voice, her body language and her facial expressions convey distress. Nearby, another girl holds a boom microphone over her as other 10- to 13-year-olds look...
  • Zombies among us

    Though dead, they walk among us. They infest schoolrooms and creep into universities. The Internet swarms with them. They lurk in your workplaces. They are what Arnold Zwicky calls zombie rules, "rules" that have no foundation in English grammar and...
  • 'ParaNorman' review: The best animated movie since 'Toy Story 3'

    'ParaNorman' review: The best animated movie since 'Toy Story 3'
    ***1/2 (out of four) Eleven-year-old Norman (voiced by Kodi Smit-McPhee) did not ask for the ability to see and communicate with ghosts. Why would he? This young horror film fan surely would have seen “The Sixth Sense” and known that Haley...
  • 'ParaNorman' costume designs no small effort

     'ParaNorman' costume designs no small effort
    HILLSBORO, Ore. — Movie buffs probably have some idea of what goes into designing a costume for film. But what about when the star is a 9-inch-tall puppet named Norman? As I learned a few months ago during a visit to the Laika Studios set of...
  • 'ParaNorman' is another boy with ghost trouble ★★★

    'ParaNorman' is another boy with ghost trouble ★★★
    Here's the historical designation of the new animated film "ParaNorman": It's the third feature made in the painstaking stop-motion process — consciously unrealistic, herky-jerky and rough-hewn, in the George Pal "Puppetoons" or Tim Burton "Corpse...
  • "Zombies" Meet Shakespeare At Oddfellows Opener

    William Shakespeare’s “Land of the Dead: A True Account of the Zombie Plague of 1599,” will open the 2012-13 season for Middletown’s junior and teen repertory theater company, The Oddfellows Playhouse. This play by John Heimbuch,...
  • For Goucher grad, success was in the Cards Against Humanity

    For Goucher grad, success was in the Cards Against Humanity
    On New Year's Eve 2008 — when all of the popular kids were out partying — Max Temkin and his pack of social outcasts were hunkered in his parents' basement. With nothing better to do, they grabbed a stack of cardboard paper and some...
  • Rednecks translate to greenbacks on TV

    Rednecks translate to greenbacks on TV
    The singing vegetarian wanted nothing to do with the backwoods ducks. When Morrissey was scheduled to appear on Jimmy Kimmel's late-night show last month along with the cast of A&E's "Duck Dynasty," the '80s cult rocker issued an ultimatum: Boot the...
  • 'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 313: 'Arrow on the Doorpost'

    'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 313: 'Arrow on the Doorpost'
    "Arrow on the Doorpost"? More like "Arrow on the SNOREpost"! Just kidding. I understand that not every episode can be action-packed from start to finish with major plot twists, characters dying and hordes of zombies being slaughtered in exotic and...
  • Q&A: 19-year-old writer-director Emily Hagins

    Q&A: 19-year-old writer-director Emily Hagins
    Walking into Tavern on Rush in a modest black dress and tights with a chic, chin-length haircut (the result of a "double-do-over" of cuts gone wrong), 19 year-old writer/director Emily Hagins transcends the "teen filmmaker" title she is so often pegged...
  • City Lights: One moonwalking step for a man

    City Lights: One moonwalking step for a man
    So now I have done the moonwalk. Or something close to it, at least. Tuesday night, I joined a class at the Dance Asylum studio in Costa Mesa in which two dozen or so students learned the zombie choreography from Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video. No,...