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Music, Keeping Death: Kirk Hammett's House of Horrors

Keeping Death: Kirk Hammett's House of Horrors

"That Nosferatu poster is literally one of a kind. Well, maybe." Kirk Hammett laughs, indicating the iconic, hook-nosed visage of F.W. Murnau's vampire hanging above his fireplace. We're in the living room of Hammett's San Francisco home, an unassuming Spanish-style…
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Film, "Super 8": Big Explosions, Big Fun in J.J. Abrams' Newest

"Super 8": Big Explosions, Big Fun in J.J. Abrams' Newest

A big-bang demolition derby, J.J. Abrams's much-anticipated, greatly enjoyable Super 8 seems bound for box-office glory. Opening three weeks before July 4, this Steven Spielberg-produced, kidcentric 21st-century disaster flick could well hang in at theaters till the 10th anniversary of…
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Zombie Strippers

During George W. Bush's fourth term as president, the administration's desire for crises and predisposition toward fuck-ups leads to the creation of a zombie virus that the government hopes will help replenish troops for its various overseas conflicts. Infected women…
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Music, All Shook Down George A. Romero Sips A Bloody, Talks 'Diary of the Dead' with SF Weekly

George A. Romero Sips A Bloody, Talks 'Diary of the Dead' with SF Weekly

"You can’t satirize anything anymore because real life, real politics, is satire of itself." George A. Romero changed modern horror forever in 1968 with Night of the Living Dead, a low-budget indie movie that not only introduced the concept…
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Calendar, Night&Day This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

Wednesday, October 5, 2005 "Ask Dr. Hal" is the game show for dorks, hoochie-coochie girls, and the highly intelligent (or any combination thereof). Onstage, find a beaming oracle, Dr. Hal himself, in a custom fez. To his right stands a…
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