The Scariest Ghost Movies of All Time

Stories of ghosts and their misdeeds have been around since the beginning of time. Of course, they make the perfect subject for horror movies. Here is a list of some of the scariest ghost movies of all time-tune up your HD TV and turn off the lights as you prepare to be scared.

The Real Housewives of New York City on Satellite TV

TV reality shows have become a staple on both network and satellite TV. We, as an audience are both fascinated and reviled by the antics of these faux celebrity TV personalities. The most trivial things they say and do are magnified under the auspices of HD technology and a roving, never retreating camera lens. These inside peeks reel us in, hook, sinker and line.

D-Box Motion Code – What is It? And How Does it Relate to Blu-ray?

Ever noticed the phrase “D-Box Motion Code” on the back of a blu-ray disc and wondered what it is? Here we’ll give you the basics about what it is and what it does.

All Watched Over by Machines of Thrifty Entertainment

Next to my quaint suburban village, across bridges and channels stands a supermarket. When you enter, trumpets don’t blare or drums roll. A smallish machine, the size of a jukebox, silently greets you. It invites you to participate in a subtle home entertainment revolution. This machine dispenses video DVD’s for only a buck. Unless you enjoy paying four or five times as much at Blockbuster, where you cannot also purchase a bunch of bananas or a gallon of milk while you’re there, this deal is nothing less than irresistible.

Film Review – The Ron Clark Story Starring Matthew Perry From Friends

Want to watch a film based on a true story and see one of your favorite actors in a different role? This is a heart warming story of a teacher turning around no hopers and making something of their life.

Lance Krall Crawls to the Top in Hollywood

Although no one will ever match Sid Caesar’s portrayal of hundreds of comedic characters that he created on his sketch-comedy show with Imogene Coca in the 1950s, Lance Krall comes mighty close. And just as TV hailed Caesar with his own show, so it does for Krall, as Vh1 launches the second season of “Free Radio,” which will run eight consecutive Thursdays at 11 p.m. beginning April 2.

Brits in Hollywood – A Look Into the American Appetite For British Television

British talent has long been making tracks in Hollywood, particularly in the realm of television. From scriptwriting to on-screen talent, Brits continue to succeed in selling, developing and importing British television to the US. But it’s no surprise as to why.

How to Match the Music to Your Movie – Secrets of a Music Supervisor and Film Composer

So you’ve finally put together a great script, a team, and have even shot some of your scenes. You’re beginning to think about Post-Production, the editing and final touches to your film… and whoa, what about the music? Should you hire a composer? What about a music supervisor? What to do? Here’s an overview for independent filmmakers on the creative process of matching music to film.

The Success Story of ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’

The ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ films have each been received very positively by both adults and children alike. They are the equivalent of the hugely successful ‘Indiana Jones’ series with Harrison Ford. They are good family movies, something that is becoming harder to come across these days.

90210 Cast – How to Have Their Sex Appeal

They flirt, they talk nonsense, and their acting oozes enough buzz to get a free soda on your next hamburger meal. But one thing these 90210 casts have is that elusive “it” factor that can melt any viewer like a hot knife melting through butter.

Is Ben 10 a Collection of Stolen Ideas? – How About Borrowed? – You Be the Judge

As a fan of the TV shows Ben 10, and Ben 10 Alienforce I can’t help but notice how each season the show takes more and more ideas from another character. I think the similarities go beyond coincidental.

Rating Match – Grand Designs Ties With Nature’s Great Events

Grand Designs, a consumer show for design and innovation, has achieved impressive ratings alongside Nature’s Great Events: both shows averaged 4 million viewers during the 9:00 pm hour on Wednesday, March 4th. Grand Designs and Nature’s Great Events, both of which are narrated by David Attenborough, averaged an 18 per cent audience share, according to the unofficial stats following the show. Grand Designs was watched by an additional 255,000 viewers on the catch-up service an hour later.