An in-depth look at David Tyner, the "Cathouse" killer, and his victims
The new voodoo lily at MN ZooJust in time for spring, the Minnesota Zoo has acquired a flower that blooms and smells like something died. Amorphophallus konjac--also known as Voodoo lily or Devil's tongue--landed at the zoo on Tuesday and is expected to bloom within the next few days. You don't ... More >>
Screen grab: Waunakee Tribune This has nothing to do with mental health.The Waunakee High School varsity dance team has been performing a number called "Psych Ward" recently, decked out in wild makeup and make-believe straitjackets, while snarling at the crowd. Hannibal Lecter might have tapped ... More >>
Gimme Noise offers its tips for how to survive Saturday's planned zombie uprising.
L.I.E. peeps on the shadier side of suburbia
Everyone is a potential murderer in the malleable moral universe of Patricia Highsmith
Hannibal equates the viewer with its own insatiable hunger artist
The Cell gets inside the mind of its genre
Atom Egoyan's serial-killer thriller Felicia's Journey is gentle to a fault
In the growing local improv scene, everyone's a comedian
Three is the (un)lucky number: Margot and Tony Wendice (Suzanne Koepplinger, J.C. Cutler) welcome Max Halliday (Terry Hempleman) into their unhappy home in Dial 'M' for Murder.
At the Minnesota sexual psychopathic personality treatment center, they lock up men who are dangerous--or unlucky--enough to be tabbed menaces to society even after they've done their prison time