Hollywood actor Michael Rodrick says he used his childhood experience speaking in tongues at a charismatic church to help prepare him for scenes as the serial killer, John Lee, in “The River Murders,” a movie that was released in 2011.
Thanks to Spenser Susser, grief groups might just start playing Metallica, Megadeth or Slayer to help deal with the loss of a loved one. Susser is the director of the movie, “Hesher,” which breaks new ground in the “good” predator theme in movies.
Rep. John Shimkus goes to Washington and becomes Mr. Incredible. It could happen.
Except that he has already been there and is creating quite a stir now for his 2009 testimony regarding climate change during a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing. Shimkus, of Collinsville, is the highest ranking Republican member of he committee, and may become chairman.
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