‘Tis the season for horror movie marathons. In honor of the arrival of October, let’s take a look at a few of the most iconic films from the genre.
Judy Garland was born in Grand Rapids, Minnesota on June 10, 1922. Her incredible talent would eventually make her one of the most popular Hollywood stars of the 20th century.
The Game of Life is one of the most popular board games on the market today. But this classic game has a surprisingly long – and dark – history.
May 11th marks National Twilight Zone Day, an unofficial holiday that celebrates the iconic television show, The Twilight Zone. Interestingly — and perhaps fittingly — the reason for this date is a mystery. It doesn’t coincide with the date the series premiered or ended, nor does it align with the original air date of any particularly memorable episodes.
The Kentucky Derby was first held at Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, KY in 1875, making it the longest-running sports event in the United States. The race is held on the first Saturday in May and has been given the nickname of “the greatest two minutes in sports.”
Today, there are over 760 roller coasters in the United States, which means it’s home to almost a third of the world’s total coasters. And these attractions have come a long way since their early iterations.