In Fox TV's cult-hit series "24" which has its penultimate episode tonight and concludes next weekthe screen serenely fractures into two and three frames against a black background. It does this for scene changes, for cellphone conversations, before and after commercial breaks and sometimes just to be beautiful. In doing so, "24" has quietly become the first prime-time dramatic series to employ multiple screens as an active storytelling technique: Playing federal agent Jack Bauer, Kiefer Sutherland drives through the San Fernando Valley, his ex-lover on one phone in one panel, his wife on another.
The UW Law Library has a large collection of law-related feature films and documentaries which are available at the Circulation Desk for three day loan. U niversity of W isconsin —Madison. Library Hours MyUW.
A serial killer who terrorized Wichita during the s by committing a series of seven murders has claimed responsibility for an eighth slaying and is probably now living in Wichita, police said Wednesday. The crime was never solved. The letter contained a single sheet of paper with a photocopy of Wegerle's driver's license and three pictures that apparently were taken of her body.
Those three flicks are all worthy of a watch. Check out the rest below and have a great week. Horror In Your House August 1st, Boston Strangler is an intense crime thriller about Albert De Salvo, a wise-cracking, small time criminal with an unrelenting sex drive, who ultimately falsely confesses to being the strangler that wreaked havoc in Boston during the early sixties.
News out of Massachusetts that police might be on the verge of solving the last of the Boston Strangler killings —using DNA collected from a relative of longtime suspect Albert DeSalvo—dragged the notorious half-century-old murders back into the headlines. DeSalvo, who confessed to 11 "Strangler" killings and two other murders in and around Boston between andwas never charged in those crimes—although in he was tried for unrelated crimes, including rape, and received a life sentence. Inhe was stabbed to death after being transferred to Walpole State Prison from Bridgewater State Hospital in southeastern Massachusetts.
Promotional film for Morris cars - a little tour around London landmarks in a cute blue Morris! A fashion show by Linda Leigh for the larger lady. Scenes in her design studio.
An explosion of interest in the punk era has generated an outrageous rise in prices for posters, badges, fanzines and all manner of pretty vacant bits and bobs. True credibility comes from owning an original poster, fanzine or badge from back in the day. But where do you start? The punk youthquake generated a huge amount of material that today exists as ephemera and memorabilia — arguably more than any other music scene before or since.
Wichita, KS is an unexceptional town filled with unexceptional people located smack-dab in the middle of the American heartland. How does such a flat, plain, bleh, place yield such a monster? Like Wichita, Rader was about as middle-of-the-road as they come—at least from outward appearances.