You spoke; we listened. Back by popular demand, welcome to Mug-Shot Monday, a longstanding New Times franchise focusing on the week's most eye-catching mugs from South Florida's tat heads, tough guys, derp faces, and femmes fatale. Click on and enjoy.
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Its very own temple of doom, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull digs Indy into a deep hole
Final Destination 3 stares death in the face... and laughs
Here's a mystery for Mulder: What's happened to Duchovny's career?
Buffy's Amber Benson makes her own movie, and it fails to slay
There's fresh meat for the reaper in Final Destination 2
Feardotcom's thrills are all cheap, but they mostly work
The truth is way out there in this tricked-up ghost story
Holiday Gift Guide 2001
Media madness at disease central is no joke
SoFla's sci-fi fans once had a place to call home. Now they're nomadic, dwindling in numbers, and graying.
Bruce Campbell knows why bad movies happen to great actors
Ivan Reitman's Evolution is so evolved it's backward -- a greatest-hits comprised entirely of misses
Chris Carter considers the futures of X-Files and Lone Gunmen
Actor-comic Eddie Izzard just wants to be loved
The saga of would-be liberal crusader and ex-con James "Elmo" Spaulding proves that anyone can get a second chance in America. And a third. And maybe even a fourth.
In The 6th Day, raging ideologies propel a kinder, gentler Arnie into action
When Fox-TV canceled American High, the network hit a new low
Sci-fi conventions are where movie stars go to burn brightly one more time
The men behind this season's best shows -- and biggest failures -- blame it all on Regis
July 1 - 7, 1999
Behold the swamp buggy races, South Florida's oddest racing tradition, where the engines roar, the muck flies, and the vehicles sometimes sink
July 23 - 29, 1998
How novelist Elmore Leonard's friendship with Palm Beach County criminal judge Marvin Mounts led to a popular book and a new TV show