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After all is said in theater attack trial, was Holmes sane?

...of all this matters as they determine whether James Holmes was legally insane when he killed 12 people at a crowded midnight movie premiere.Jurors have been deluged with information during nearly three months of testimony, and it's impossible...
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Father of James Holmes thought 'he might be depressed'

...should get life without parole rather than be executed for the 12 murders. He also injured 70 others at the crowded midnight movie in July 2012.Holmes had no visible reaction to his sister, who sat just feet from the defense table where he has...
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Upcoming attractions at the Nickelodeon

...and throughout the month the theater will be showing kids Christmas specials for viewers of all ages. The Friday midnight movie is a double Christmas feature of "A Charlie Brown Christmas", and "Scrooged." Saturday's matinees will be...
Nickelodeon: Q & A

...set it up and have the film spliced together so it wouldn't break in the middle." Q: Have you ever considered midnight movies? A: "I don't think there's a big enough audience for that. Maybe with 'Rocky Horror Picture Show.' Maybe...
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'Rocky Horror' to show at pre-Halloween bash

...originally released in 1975 and was one of the original "Midnight Movies" shown around the country in the 1970s. It was it should be done," Kline said. Preceding the midnight movie will be a Halloween-themed dance party emceed by...
Jodorowsky's Dune

Now Playing Synopsis: Filmmaker Frank Pavich explores one of cinema's great "what ifs" in this documentary detailing Alejandro Jodorowsky's aborted feature adaptation of Frank Herbert's celebrated sci-fi novel Dune. With the release of El Topo (1970) and its psychedelic follow-up The Holy Mountain (1973), Jodorowsky became not only a pioneer of psychedelic surrealism in film, but also the father of the "Midnight Movie." Following the success of those two films, the Chilean director began focusing all of his energies on translating Dune to the big screen. The film was to star Jodorowsky's own son Brontis along with a stunning cast that included Orson Welles, David Carradine, Mick Jagger, and Salvador Dali, with Pink Floyd providing the score, and art direction by H.R. Giger and Jean "Moebius" Giraud. Two years into the massive production, however, the film was suddenly and unceremoniously cancelled. Yet even today, numerous relics of that ambitious production -- including thousands of enticingly vivid storyboards -- still exist. In this film, Pavich offers movie lovers a tantalizing glimpse at a masterpiece that was never meant to be. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Alejandro Jodorowsky, Michel Seydoux, H.R. Giger, Chris Foss, Brontis Jodorowsky, Richard Stanley Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review



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