I have a great link to the 50 scariest movies for Halloween. Ones I think you can't go wrong with are The Exorcist, Psycho, Scream, the first two Halloweens, Nightmare on Elm Streets, and Friday The 13th. Also Carrie both the old one and new one. See wht else is on the list:
The Rolling Stones and Bon Jovi are among the finalists for the 2013 Billboard Touring Awards, set for November 14th in New York City.
They are joined by Bruce Springsteen, Pink, Justin Timberlake, Tayor Swift, One Direction and Jay Z as contenders for the awards, which are primarily based on box office numbers reported to Billboard Boxscore from Oct. 1, 2012 through Sept. 30, 2013, according to Billboard.
The Top Tour finalists, which are based on Boxscore gross, include Bon Jovi's Because We Can Tour, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band's Wrecking Ball Tour, and Michael Jackson Immortal.
Robert Plant has found some long-lost Led Zeppelin recordings – including two tracks with John Paul Jones singing lead – and he jokes he faces a fight with Jimmy Page to get them on to the forthcoming Zepplin box sets.
New quotes from Plant have emerged that are offering the exciting information about the much-anticipated release after he stumbled across some old spools.
Plant says: "I found some quarter-inch spools recently, and I had a meeting with Jimmy, and we backed them up and listened to them, and there's some very, very interesting bits and pieces that probably will turn up on these things."
We hear that Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler will lead the judges’ panel at Miss Universe 2013, which is scheduled to take place at Moscow’s Crocus City Hall on November 9th.
This will be Tyler’s first time judging the beauty pageant, where he will have to choose a winner among 90 participants.
Miss Universe 2013 will be broadcast in 190 countries, and the organizers predict that over 1 billion viewers will tune in to the show.
A new benefit release features a collection of Christmas-themed songs by John Lennon, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Jon Bon Jovi and Rod Stewart. Proceeds from the release will go to the Special Olympics.
Icon: A Very Special Christmas,’ available now via Universal Music Enterprises, includes Lennon and Yoko Ono's ‘Happy Xmas (War Is Over),’ Tom Petty's ‘Christmas All Over,’ Bon Jovi's ‘Please Come Home for Christmas,’ Sting’s I Saw Three Ships’ and Stewart's ‘Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!’
Other artists appearing on the collection include Aretha Franklin, Sheryl Crow, and Elvis Presley.
The ‘A Very Special Christmas’ series has proven very successful, raising over 116 million dollars for the Special Olympics programs since 1987.