Kyle Smith in the New York Post begins his review of An American Haunting by quoting a line by a character in the film to her daughter: "The attic is off-limits!" Comments Smith: "Too bad An American Haunting didn't heed its own warning. Its images came from a dusty box in the horror-movie attic, and the attic is where the entire picture will be in a month." Nathan Lee in the New York Times suggests that the scariest thing about the film is that Donald Sutherland and Sissy Spacek agreed to appear in it. "Their participation can be explained only by some unfathomable deal with Satan," he writes. Ty Burr also remarks on the appearance of Sutherland and Spacek in a film that he calls "cringingly awful." On the other hand, Gene Seymour in Newsday calls it "a crafty mystery with a lot of joy-buzzer jolts sliding through it somber mood."
The 1969 session, including the only known recording of 'Sunshine Woman' by the band, will be included on a re-issue of 'The Complete BBC Sessions'...
The 55 year old actor joined Chris Martin and co. on stage in New Jersey to perform 'Earth Angel' and 'Johnny B. Goode'.
Bjork Digital comes to London's Somerset House in September, along with a single live show at the Royal Albert Hall.
Kim Kardashian released an audio excerpt from a phone call between Kanye and Taylor Swift over the lyrics of 'Famous' - but if it was recorded...
There's very much a strength of conviction in remaining what you were, but arguably more so in becoming what you want to be.
The BBC drama starring Aidan Turner returns to BBC One on September 4th.
Guns N' Roses were detained at the Canadian border last week for gun possession but they're adamant the weapon didn't belong to them.