Each year, The Simpsons tickles our funny bones with a trio of horror-themed tales, and this year's Treehouse of Horror delivered one of our favorite Halloween segments yet: "A Clockwork Yellow," which starts as a parody of A Clockwork Orange and gradually becomes a Stanley Kubrick free-for-all.
Didn't catch all of the references in Guillermo Del Toro's amazingly comprehensive Treehouse of Horror intro for The Simpsons? These folks think they did. (Though there are a few more in the comments.)
Guillermo del Toro is directing the opening sequence of The Simpsons' "Treehouse of Horror." This year's Halloween episode will kick off with a del Toro-created opener featuring monsters from the past several decades of horror movies. The episode airs on October 6th.
Last night marked the 22nd Treehouse of Horror for The Simpsons — and it wasn't the greatest ever, by any means. There were three stories with cute names: "The Diving Bell and Butterball," "Dial D for Diddly," and "In the Na'Vi," and lots of science fiction in-jokes and references.
Tomorrow The Simpsons will unveil their 22nd Treehouse of Horror episode. In honor of this creepy cavalcade, we've rounded up Treehouse's top 10 horror stories. What made the cut? Dolphin overlords, doughnut rain, and an extraterrestrial Bob Dole.
Peter Jackson offers some insight into The Hobbit's dwarven heartthrobs. Deadpool may have its director, another Spider-man role's up for recasting, and Noomi Rapace talks Alien and Sherlock Holmes. Plus, more on Megamind, Ouija, Transformers 3, Supernatural, SGU, and Smallville.
The Simpsons' annual Treehouse of Horror's big celebrity cameo this year is none other than THE Harry Potter, Daniel Radcliffe. But in a twist, he's playing another beloved teen icon — "Edward" the vampire. Check out Radcliffe's Simpsons-meets-Twilight look.