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The Addams Family

Hey there, everyone. So, given the day, I decided to check out The Addams Family, the character of the youngest daughter being named Wednesday, of course.  649 more words


MOVIE REVIEW | Prizzi’s Honor (1985)

“Charley, you swore an oath of blood, my blood and yours, that you would always put the family before anything else in your life. We are calling on you to keep that sacred… 464 more words


Christina Ricci's Morticia Transformation is a Photoshopped Illusion

Wednesday Addams is all grown up, wearing her mother’s Morticia’s sexy, skin tight black dress. Hot? Yes, but according to Yahoo it’s a FAKE. Christina Ricci was photoshopped into a publicity still of a 1990’s mortician, Anjelica Huston. 180 more words


Carolyn Jones? Angelica Huston? Christina Ricci Wore Morticia Addams the Best!

We all know and love Christina Ricci as the 11 year old Wednesday Addams from “The Addams Family” films; we all loved her (nearly bare) in “Black Snake Moan” too! 61 more words

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Celebrity photographer Carinthia West: 'Last time I was in Chicago….I was with Mick!'

Carinthia West is no stranger to Hollywood.  She’s an international model, actress, writer, and photographer.  Her intimate, behind-the-scenes, candid photographs of some of the most popular celebrities in the world, including the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Rod Stewart, Carly Simon and Angelica Huston, will be on display during her exhibition “Visions of a Magic Time” (with Pattie Boyd and Henry Diltz) at the Hilton|Asmus Contemporary Gallery in Chicago through October 31st.   87 more words


100 Word Review - The Addams Family (1991)

Margaret: Where’s your costume?

Wednesday: This is my costume. I’m a homicidal maniac. They look just like everybody else.

Adapted from The New Yorker satirical comic strip of the 1940s and the TV series of the 1960s and 1970s, this time 

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Yeah, Leave It Here - Ep 4: Ever After

It was a little late coming, but welcome to Episode 4 of “Yeah, Leave It Here.” Today’s movie is 1998’s Ever After. Listen as we discuss such diverse topics as British accents, wall tennis, and Elizabeth Taylor’s “White Diamonds.” Also, we insult the Belgians. 10 more words