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    Ode to The Sidekick

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    hedwig hearts farrah

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    Miles of Bad Road: Jennifer Lynch's "Surveillance"

    In one of the most spectacular flameouts of recent American film, Jennifer Lynch went from hot-shit prodigy to laughingstock with one wacko, lazily maligned movie: 1993's Razzie-approved "Boxing Helena." It's taken David's daughter 16 years to revive her career, but judging from her follow-up, "Surv...

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    American Icon: Remembering Farrah Fawcett

    Forever known as the feather-haired ass-kicking Jill Munroe of "Charlie's Angels," Farrah Fawcett has lost her battle with cancer today at the age of 62. How the Internet remembers her:

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    Obama a superhero? A video

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    Trailer Watch: 50 Best Trailers

    Some folks at IFC.com scoured YouTube for the best trailers so you wouldn't have to. They picked the best 50. Or did they? Here are my faves:

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    Farrah Fawcett Has Died

    Farrah Fawcett has lost her battle with anal cancer, reports People and LAT. She was 62. While she had given some strange interviews in recent years, the Charlie's Angels star will be remembered best for this indelible bestselling poster image.

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    Michael Jackson Pronounced Dead

    Pop star Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, was pronounced dead after arriving at UCLA Medical Center in a coma. He was 50. I saw him perform at his peak at Anaheim stadium in the mid-80s. He will not be going on his planned comeback tour. Thriller is still one of my fave dance albums of all time. He...

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    Magnet Moves "The House of the Devil" to U.S.

    Magnet Releasing, the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, has acquired U.S. rights to Ti West's "The House of the Devil," which had its world premiere this April at the Tribeca Film Festival. Magnet plans to release the film one month before the theatrical release via their Magnolia/Magnet Ultra VOD pr...

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Stranded At The Drive-In

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