THREE of the best things about “American Horror Story: Coven…”
A. Patti LuPone – I’m LIVING for how her character turns out.
2. Jessica Lange – Perfection.
3. And this AHS Coven Drinking Game!
Oh… Pass the whiskey!
This year’s Thanksgiving is all about DUCK!
Duck Dynasty that is! This show is taking America by storm!
Not only can you enjoy the new Duck Dynasty wine…
You can now be able to see the clan on the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade!
The bearded Robertson family from the wildly popular A&E show will make appearances with singer Ariana Grande
actress Kristin Chenoweth,
TV show host Jimmy Fallon,
Cirque du Soleil, and music acts the Roots,
Fall Out Boy
and country music duo Florida Georgia Line for the 87th annual parade, according to Macy’s.
Movember encourages men to join the movement by growing a moustache for the 30-days of November. After REGISTERING on Movember.com, these generous Mo Bros start the month clean-shaven, then grow and groom their Mo (slang for moustache), asking friends and family to donate to their efforts. With their new moustaches, these Mo Bros bring much needed awareness to men’s health issues by prompting conversations wherever they go.
Movember’s not just for men. Mo Sistas are an important part of Movember’s success. Once REGISTERED, Mo Sistas raise funds and encourage the men in their lives to get involved. Essentially, Mo Sistas do everything that Mo Bros do, without a Mo.
So Grow Your Mo!
A Disney Fan? A “Chicago” the Musical Fan? They’ve gotcha covered…
The number one Halloween song of all time! It’s a classic and reached #1 on the Billboard Top Pop Single Charts in 1962 and reached the Top Ten again in 1973.
Bobby “Boris” Pickett – “The Monster Mash” (1962)
They were probably waiting for Ty Burrell to come along!
Mr. Peabody & Sherman have been made into a movie! I had no idea this was happening and it kind of made my day!
Ty Burrell from “Modern Family.”
Also in the cast:
Stephen Colbert, Mel Brooks, Allison Janney, Lake Bell, Stanley Tucci and more! Love it!
Opening in March 2014, Here’s the Trailer:
and today’s song on the countdown is thrillifying!
Michael Jackson – “Thriller” (1982)
The Vincent Price laugh still packs a wallop. “Thriller” is the title song from the bestselling album of all time. Michael Jackson’s accompanying video is still well worth watching. Be ready to jump at the surprise ending to the story.
Finally this list of Top Ten Billboard’s Halloween Songs gets real!
To catch you up, here’s the rest of the list:
3. DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince – “Nightmare On My Street” (1988)
4. Mike Oldfield – “Tubular Bells Pt. 1″ (Theme From ‘The Exorcist’) (1973)
5. ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ Soundtrack – “The Time Warp” (1975)
6. Ray Parker, Jr. – “Ghostbusters” (1984)
7. Donovan – “Season Of the Witch” (1966)
8. Ramones – “Pet Sematary” (1989)
9. Rockwell – “Somebody’s Watching Me” (1984)
10. Talking Heads – “Psycho Killer” (1977)
Monday’s # 3 Most Popular song on Billboard’s Top Ten Halloween Songs has me confused:
DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince – “Nightmare On My Street” (1988)
This song was so successful that the producers of the film Nightmare On Elm Street sued for copyright infringement. DJ Jazzy Jeff and Will Smith, the Fresh Prince, will add good humor to any Halloween gathering.
The #4 song of Billboard’s Top Ten Halloween Songs of All Time is from the scariest movie of all time:
Mike Oldfield – “Tubular Bells Pt. 1″ (Theme From ‘The Exorcist’) (1973)
Can you say creepy? The producers of The Exorcist knew what they were doing when they chose this song for a theme. The album Tubular Bells was released as the first album on the Virgin Records label and gained an impressive commercial foothold for the new entry into the music industry.