06:26 AM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 10/01/2014 03:30PM
Carrie, The Shining and other spooky slashers are best enjoyed with a deliciously creepy drink
Originally posted 10/19/2013 12:00PM
How does it feel going from unknown actress to overnight sensation?
For Andrea Morales, star of the super-viral coffee-shop prank video to promote the upcoming remake of Carrie, it's been a scream.
"Absolutely insane," Morales tells USA Today of her experience over the past week, as the YouTube clip has amassed over 40 million views. "I don't even comprehend those numbers."
Originally posted 10/18/2013 05:30PM
If there's one film to see this year, it's 12 Years a Slave, a wrenching but rewarding historical epic.
Originally posted 10/12/2013 04:00PM
The bewitching hour must be upon us! With October in full swing and Halloween fast approaching, there's never been a better time to embrace the spooky spirit of the season, and a marketing company behind the upcoming remake of Carrie did just that. Building a fake wall and employing a stuntman, viral video makers Thinkmodo treated customers at an N.Y.C. coffee shop to a shocking display of one woman's telekinesis. While the stunt was definitely startling, it's not the first to have us shaking (sometimes from laughter) in our boots. Try watching these without getting goosebumps – and a case of the giggles:
Originally posted 10/09/2013 09:30AM
Chloë Grace Moretz brought a very special plus-one to the premiere of her film Carrie – her mom.
The actress, 16, hit the carpet Monday in a floor-length Valentino dress and was joined by her entire family to celebrate her big night.
The starlet – who had asked her Twitter followers last week to pray for her mother without further elaboration – was excited to have her join in the festivities.
"She's here and she's looking hot," Moretz told PEOPLE with a laugh at the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood. "Teri is looking hot."
Originally posted 10/08/2013 09:40AM
What if telekinetic anti-heroine Carrie was a real person?
Well, for starters, her dry cleaning bill would be huge. And she'd obviously terrify random people when she made things (and people) move with her mind.
To promote the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King's 1974 novel Carrie, viral video marketing company Thinkmodo created the following prank, unleashing a telekinetic, Carrie-like customer on a New York coffee shop.
Thanks to some spring-loaded books, a harnessed stuntman and some remote-controlled tables, the customer "wrecks" the coffee shop – and freaks out the unsuspecting customers.
Originally posted 10/03/2013 02:45PM
Devoted daughter Chloë Grace Moretz has issued a heartfelt request on behalf of her mom, Teri.
"Please pray for my mama <3" the Carrie actress Tweeted on Tuesday, without elaborating on the reason why.
Earlier this year, the 16-year-old starlet opened up to InStyle U.K. about her mom's cancer battle when she was 10, calling it "scary and hard," reports the Daily Mail.
It is not known whether that illness is related to Moretz's recent plea.
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