Black Friday and its sibling Cyber Monday barrel toward us like an early-season snowstorm. Every year I urge caution before lining up at the big box store in the middle of the night or by the dawn’s early light. Similarly, be very careful about rapidly clicking on what appears to be a great …
Halloween is over and Christmas is still several weeks away. So that means you can find some retail store with greatly discounted skeleton Halloween decorations and costumes on clearance shelves just a couple aisles away from skeleton Christmas ornaments.
Can you identify the screenshot of this home from a movie or TV show?
The two-hour episode, titled 'Undercover Girlfriend,' airs at 8 p.m. today on ABC.
James Mangold's film ends up delivering much more than expected, making our hearts not only race, but empathize with those on screen.
CHAMPAIGN — Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is the focus of a new film by a University of Illinois researcher that will be shown Wednesday at Krannert Art Museum.
Each week on this page, The News-Gazette will show a screenshot of a home from a movie or television show and ask readers, “Who lives here?” Email your guess of a character who resides there to email@example.com, and we’ll give a winner a shout-out on next week’s page. Be sure to…
Unit 4 art teacher Shannon Percoco nominated Keenan Dailey for the Student ACE Award he'll get today 'for creating multifaceted, impressive and thought-provoking work that speaks to a variety of viewers on themes.'
The 'Independence Day' director's film is not simply a rousing adventure but also a respectful tribute to the men who gave their lives during the decisive World War II battle, marking a new sense of maturity to his work.
'It is my goal to obtain possession of the theater and all of its assets as soon as possible, in order to secure a future for the space,' said David Kraft, owner of the structure at 126 W. Church St., which has also housed apartments.
An atmospheric masterpiece, this examination of existential dread that threatens to overtake us at any moment is an example of the kind of intelligent, innovative filmmaking that should be cherished and championed.
In honor of this creepiest of calendar days, I have a question for you: What scares you more — something horrible you can see is headed straight for you ... or something unknown you can’t see (only feel) headed your way?
In the interactive stage show, contestants can win cash, appliances, vacations or a new car by playing favorite 'Price Is Right' games such as 'Plinko' or 'Cliffhangers' and spinning the Big Wheel for a chance to go to the Showcase Showdown.
If you’re thinking about dressing up as a ninja turtle or furry creature this Halloween, be forewarned: The more elaborate the costume, the more uncomfortable things might get. Take it from these 10 entertainers who play dress-up for a living and shared with us their most unforgettable experiences.
When do you stand by traditional values and when do you step outside their bounds for those you love? That’s the question for Tevye the Dairyman in “Fiddler on the Roof,” and you can watch him work it out — with difficulty — when The News-Gazette Film Series screens the 1971 film adaptation …
House manager B Erickson, who was installing the large words from a ladder, said: 'We're very sorry to go and very proud of sharing this gem with the community.'
As long as I'm not involved, real-life suspense makes for one of my favorite kind of movies — the kind where every second of the story’s action is one second closer to complete catastrophe — or redemptive triumph.
Her impassioned, moving performance is the backbone of the film, and she does justice to the troubled woman she's been charged with bringing to life in a story based on NASA astronaut Lisa Nowak.
Local television changes so fast that it’s only appropriate that Doug Quick corrected some information in the Oct. 6 column. Quick is the undisputed authority on East Central Illinois broadcasting. In response to my column he wrote:
This year, the News-Gazette Film Series — 7 p.m. Monday through Friday — features five of the best known horror films of the 1930s in the Classic Monsters Week at the Virginia Theatre. After each evening's screening, I will be on hand discuss the film and answer viewers' questions about it.