Who Killed The Halloween Horror Movies?

He was 102. Calvert died Friday in Lancaster, according to the International Brotherhood of Magicians. No cause was given. Hollywood’s Magic Castle said on its Facebook page Friday: “We are very sad to report that Mr. John Calvert, our oldest performing magician, has passed away at the age of 102.” Calvert impressed many of Hollywood’s most famous personalities with his sleight-of-hand tricks, and he invited some of them to perform in his stage shows. Among the stars he counted as friends were Cary Grant, Danny Kaye and Gary Cooper. His magic shows were often humorous and usually involved sequences such as firing a woman from a cannon and sawing volunteers with a buzz saw. His wife, Tammy, sometimes served as his onstage assistant. In his heyday during the ’40s and ’50s, Calvert performed regularly in Hollywood to star-filled audiences. He also brought his acts to Las Vegas and Broadway. Known for his robust physical presence, Calvert often flew his own airplanes and sailed the world aboard his yacht.

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Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. Join the Nation’s Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Who killed the Halloween horror movies? Fall Movies Calendar: October Take a look at the films heading to the box office this October. Friday October October October is generally about horror films. But this year the month is filled with award contenders from Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity to Ridley Scott’s The Counselor — while Robert Redford returns to struggle at sea. Throw in a little bit of Linsanity, a dash of Wikileaks and one very bad grandpa and it’s going to be a wild ride. USA Today’s Bryan Alexander previews what’s ahead. Friday, Oct. 4 Director: Alfonso Cuaron Stars: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney Plot: A routine mission turns into a fight for survival for two astronauts who are stranded in space and have to find a way back to Earth. Scott Garfield, 20th Century Fox ‘Runner Runner’ Director: Brad Furman Stars: Ben Affleck, Justin Timberlake, Gemma Arterton Plot: A grad student paying his way through Princeton by online gambling (Timberlake) starts to work for a gambling tycoon (Affleck) until he finds disturbing truths about his benefactor. Claire Folger, Exclusive Media Entertainment ‘Parkland’ Director: Peter Landesman Stars: Zac Efron, Billy Bob Thornton, Paul Giamatti Plot: The moments and days after the assassination of John F. Kennedy in 1963 Dallas are told through the eyes of the smaller players, including the emergency room surgeon (Efron), the regional head of the Secret Service (Thornton) and a memorable witness, Abraham Zapruder (Paul Giamatti). Director: Stu Zicherman Stars: Adam Scott, Richard Jenkins, Jane Lynch Plot: A seemingly well-adjusted A.C.O.D. – adult child of divorce – (Scott) lapses into chaos after finding out his former “therapist” (Lynch) has written a book about him and while reuniting his bitterly divorced parents for his brother’s wedding.

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After selection, the page threw up a Pinterest-like array of movies and asked me to rate them. You begin by rating at least 20 movies, so that the platform understands your choice of movies. I went upto 121, so lost was I! I also added some movies into my Want to watch list. In the next step, you can follow Taste Buddies or Rinema users recommended to you based on the ratings you just gave. Interestingly, it also gives a similarity percentage based on ratings for the common movies, through which I followed quite a few. Finally, I added some personal details to my profile and was set to go. My Profile sorted every movie I had rated into Rated and also into Watched, and the others into Wants to watch. By default, the platform has also created collections named Favorites and Own it but you can create collections like Inspiring, Hacker movies, etc. I am yet to make collections and this is going to keep me busy tonight. Besides, there is an interesting feature here you can export all this data into an excel sheet, as well as import it too through the Import/Export Data link. There are so many ways to discover movies in Rinema. Through Movies you can either browse through the endless array of movies displayed below or else run a filter through genre, language or release year. Another way to find movies is through Lists.