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Sex & Celluloid: In Defense Of Nicolas Cage

Who’s looking forward to the Werner Herzog re-imagining of “Bad Lieutenant,” which has gotten good reviews but has a laughable trailer in which Nicolas Cage talks about his lucky crack pipe? Anyone? Keep reading »

Win A Bon Jovi Autographed Poster!


Ladies, tonight Bon Jovi is going to rock your world. At 9 p.m., Showtime will be airing the documentary “When We Were Beautiful.” And girl, as much as I’m embarrassed to admit I have a girl boner for a guy with highlights, Jon looks as good as this movie! You know I’ll be waving a lighter in the air while I’m sitting on my couch watching it. Now, if you too want a piece of that sweet sounding Jersey boy action, your friends here at The Frisky are going to help you take him home. Well, via a limited-edition autographed poster of both Jon and guitar-slaying Richie Sambora, that is. If you want it bad, you don’t have to throw your bra on stage; just write a comment on this post about your mad love for the band. If it goes down in a blaze of glory, you will be our lucky winner! Bring it. We’ll pick the winner next Friday, so you have until the end of the day on Thursday, Oct. 29. Keep reading »

Noooo! We’ll Soon Have To Pay For Hulu

Sit down. I’ve got some bad news to tell you. Hulu’s deputy chairman, Chase Carey, revealed at a conference this week that the watch-all-the-TV-you-want-for-free site won’t be gratis for much longer. As soon as next year, they’re looking into making Hulu a subscription service. “I think a free model is a very difficult way to capture the value of our content,” said Carey. “I think what we need to do is deliver that content to consumers in a way where they will appreciate the value.” I appreciate the value, Chase! Does that change anything? [EW] Keep reading »

Quickies: Joan Collins Is Bringing Glamour Back To The U.K. & Beat Up A Kardashian

  • Joan Collins is taking British women to task for their lazy grooming on her new makeover show, “Joan Does Glamour.” [Jezebel] — Gosh, I want her accent.
  • Emma Thompson has accused Exeter University in Britain of being “too white and middle class” after her adopted son from Rwanda made allegations that he was racially bullied during his time there. [The Daily Mail]
  • A sexual assault victim was denied health insurance because she was given anti-AIDS meds after her assault. The insurance company said her taking the medication raised too many health questions. [TrèsSugar] — This makes perfect sense — on Mars.

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The Boob Tube: Hot Weekend TV For October 24-25th 2009

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The Best Books I Read In 2009

I read a lot of trashy books this year. There, I said it. Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “Motherhood,” “Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant,” “Amelia,” “Astro Boy”

This week’s movies—and really most movies in general, even in sometimes perverse ways—are about following your dreams, whether those dreams involve becoming a real boy like “Astro Boy,” creating history like “Amelia,” feeling significant as in “Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant,” or finding that lost passion for your nonexistent career with “Motherhood.” And if none of those things appeal to you, go read a book. It’s just like a movie but less pretty and with constant subtitles. Keep reading »

From “Melrose Place” Ashlee Simpson Should Move On To …

For those of you who’ve been watching the rebooted “Melrose Place,” you no doubt get a little giddy every time Ashlee Simpson-Wentz‘s character, Violet, appears onscreen. Violet is the daughter of the now-dead Sydney Andrews who’s majorly sketchy—on the last episode she seduced Sydney’s old lovah, Dr. Michael Mancini, and then gave him a heart attack by showing up as his nanny and threatening to tell his wife about their backseat escapades. With Ashlee, it’s hard to tell if (a) she’s a really bad, spazzy actress or (b) if she’s actually a really good actress who’s nailed playing a girl who is nutso, off-balance, and incredibly awkward in social situations. I’ve been inclined to think it’s the former, but you never know. Sadly, Ashlee’s ride on the show has come to an end. Keep reading »

Your First Look At The “New Moon” Dude Fight


I resisted the “Twilight” craze for a while. Yes, I read the first book when my sister insisted and went to see the first movie, but I didn’t quite get what all the fuss was about. But after downloading the “New Moon” soundtrack and seeing oodles of “New Moon” previews that look, well, awesome, I’m kind of buying into the hype. A few minutes ago, I even found myself searching to see if any new trailers had been released. (Shh, don’t judge.) I was very pleased to find this one, which shows a fight scene between Edward and Jacob, with Jacob morphing into a wolf while Bella shrieks for him to stop. I guess hot guys fighting over you isn’t nearly as fun when they both have super strength. [People] Keep reading »

The Cast Of “Glee” Prepares To “Vogue”

You know when two good things are put together and it becomes this super-sized amazing thing? Think chocolate and peanut butter or grilled cheese and tomato soup. Well, get ready for the television equivalent. Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Madonna has given everyone’s favorite new TV show, “Glee,” carte-blanche rights to use her songs. Rumor has it that, early next year, there will be an episode of the show featuring only Madonna tunes. Oh, the possibilities are endless. Rachel singing “Cherish,” or Mr. Schuester giving his version of “Human Nature.” And, hopefully, Kurt will get a shot at “Vogue.” [EW] Keep reading »

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