For angsty young people growing up in the ’90s, there was a range of films we could choose from to see reflections of our semi-serious teenage life crises. One of them was The Craft, released in theaters in May 1996, a full six months before another iconic teen horror flick, Scream. By some accounts, The Craft was a…
In the 8 years since Keeping Up With the Kardashians premiered, people have been asking, “Why is this family famous?” Some have argued that it’s because of Kim’s sex tape. Some dramatically blame the degradation of Western culture.
Kim Kardashian hired a personal trainer for North, which means the two-year-old is probably going to start saying things like, “My PT says I should be getting more protein in the morning. How many grams of protein does Aunt Kourtney give you two a day?” to Penelope and Mason.
Well, it happened. Hollywood is bastardizing yet another one of our cherished movies. This time, it’s Sony remaking The Craft. Let’s all call the corners and invoke Manon to stop this madness.
Eighteen years ago, on May 3, 1996, The Craft hit theaters. The teen witch genre never looked so fierce.
In case you've been puzzling over how Katy Perry could possibly maintain such boundlessly youthful elasticity and vigor, well, mystery solved! It's horcruxes, basically. Witch stuff. She's doing witch stuff.
Growing up can be a bit of a bloodbath for everyone, regardless of gender. And when it comes to how the actual gory details of the process are portrayed on film, young female characters don't often get the same freedom to explore the dark side of the process that young men do, unless you happen to be watching a…
Gloria Allred, who apparently has a whole show wherein shut-ins watch her Dispense Justice on the teevee, took on a doozy of a case in a recent show, a case that pitted three popular girls against one girl who couldn't hack it with their crew. Regina George on trial!
Anaheim, Jan. 15: Actress Fairuza Balk attends the 2011 NAMM Show - Day 4 at the Anaheim Convention Center.
Breaking news: Teenage girls have complex friendships. I know this not because I'm a teenage girl (I'm a gay man, actually, which I guess can be sort of the same thing) but because television and film told me so.
According to Stephen Phelan of Human Life International, Hasbro should be ashamed of itself for marketing Ouija boards to young girls, as "the Ouija board is actually is a portal to talk to spirits." And a pink portal, no less!
The Bush Administration reportedly denied J.K. Rowling a Presidential Medal of Freedom over fears that her Harry Potter series promoted witchcraft. Apparently they weren't aware that many of us, Harry Potter or no, go through our witchcraft phase anyway.
Nearly anyone between the ages of 25-40 can probably recite at least one or two lines from The Breakfast Club or Sixteen Candles. But what about those movies that faded away when their decade ended?