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Ringwald Remembers Hughes

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In the days since the death of director John Hughes, many have been celebrating the director who defined a generation. Fans who grew up on his iconic ’80s flicks have revisited his classics and hosted screenings, and former Hughes’ stars, like Kevin Bacon, are talking about the role the director played in their careers, and their lives. Reading their remembrances, the ... Read More »

Hughes Homage: The Director’s Chicago

There are those films which stick with you your entire life, and those that define an era. It happens that a lot of them were directed by John Hughes — ‘Sixteen Candles’ and the ‘Breakfast Club,’ anyone? The director who helped define the ’80s passed away today at 59 years old, according to reports by the Associated Press.  A tour of Hughes’ ... Read More »

Mad Movie Buff Tarantino Ponies Up Cash to Save L.A.’s Beloved New Beverly Cinema

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  If New Yorkers have Film Forum and the Parisians have the Cinémathèque Française, so too do the people of Los Angeles have their beloved, seedy New Beverly Cinema. Famous for midnight screenings, double features, running 35mm prints, and hosting festivals that are more John Hughes or Russ Meyer than Francois Truffaut or Stan Brakhage, the movie palace was under ... Read More »

Road Rules

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In Museyon’s guide to North and South America, Meakin Armstrong takes you on a tour of the American South. Frankly, we don’t think there’s a better way to explore the good ol’ US of A than an old-fashioned road trip. If you follow Armstrong’s trail from Atlanta, Georgia, to Natchitoches, Louisiana, you’re going to have to pack wisely. And that’s ... Read More »

Buying Bueller

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Want to own a bit of movie history? Then pony up $2.3 million and become the owner of the Highland Park, Chicago, home from the John Hughes classic, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Best remembered as the place where Ferris Bueller’s sidekick, Cameron Frye (played by Alan Ruck), crashes his dad’s 1958 Ferrari through a glass-walled garage, the modern four-bedroom is currently ... Read More »

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