Jul 12, 2014
Hangar Theatre stages ferociously funny "Little Shop of Horrors"
A half century after its first appearance as an ultra-low budget black and white movie meant to fill the bottom half of cheapie double features, "Little Shop of Horrors," the tale of a hapless florist's assistant, the girl of his dreams, and the man-eating plant that comes between them has become part of American mythology.
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Cupertino's tradition of movies at sundown resumes July 17
The city of Cupertino is harnessing the shine of the stars and the mood of the moonlight to again turn Memorial Park and Blackberry Farm into outdoor movie theaters.
Honey I Shrunk The Kids is 25 years old and you're officially ancient
In August 1989, Rick Moranis was an unlikely box office king, featuring in three of the US top 20 films.
What Great Scenes Came Out of Bad Movies?
This week marked the 25th anniversary of Ghostbusters II , a sequel that very few people consider to be a good movie.