Wes Craven died on Sunday at the age of 76, leaving behind a legacy of screams like no other in the film world. Here are six of Craven's lesser-known films you should binge in his honor.
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It is 1 a.m. when Dustin Rocho starts pacing back and forth at the beginning of the obstacle course for season seven of "American Ninja Warrior."
If you missed the MTV Music Video Awards on Sunday night, don't fear, as the night's winners were no surprise to many and Miley Cyrus' hosting was almost what you would expect from the eccentric pop star. Following a trend of the last few years, the show didn't go on without surprises and at times uncomfortable moments.
Actor Kyle Jean-Baptiste, who made history as the first African-American to play the lead role in a Broadway production of "Les Miserables," died Friday night in New York.
Taylor Swift may have won the most Moonmans on Sunday but it was her reunion with rapper Kanye West on the MTV Video Music Awards stage that stole the show, as West declared he will run for the U.S. presidency in 2020.
Here are five movies from various platforms families may want to consider. Because not all are appropriate for younger children, age recommendations are included.
With song titles from his band that equate people to excrement and a brand-new book titled "You're Making Me Hate You: A Cantankerous Look at the Common Misconception That Humans Have Any Common Sense Left," Corey Taylor may seem like a misanthrope miffed with mankind — and, well, maybe he is.
In an interview with USA Today earlier this week, Celine Dion anticipated her return to the stage in Las Vegas would be emotional. At the Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Thursday night, it took all of one song for at least part of her prescient prediction to be realized.
Be careful when you walk into the Hard Rock Hotel on Friday. Some guy may come up and start saying weird things to you or start going crazy or ... oh, you're there for the "Impractical Jokers" show? Never mind.
In an interview with USA Today earlier this week, Celine Dion predicted that her highly anticipated return to Las Vegas would be emotional.
From classical musicians to circus acrobats, performers from around the world will take the stage(s) during UNLV's 2015-16 Performing Arts Center season.
You know "The Cat in the Hat." Everybody does. But the cat behind "The Cat in the Hat" had his secrets — some of which are revealed in "Hats Off to Dr. Seuss!"