Karen Black in 1975’s Legendary Trilogy of Terror: The Full Movie

Still scary after all these years. The Devil Doll segment still resonates. ... See the Rest

The Best of Karen Black

When news of Karen Black's death spread around the office yesterday, among the wailing and gnashing of teeth were whispers of "Who's she?" from the younger cubs. The heresy! Karen Black was only the most vivid, iconic, and versatile actress of ALL TIME! With her slightly crossed ... See the Rest

Recently Dead: Karen Black

Beloved quirky actress Karen Black, who starred in a series of cutting-edge independent films in the '60s and ‘70s, like Easy Rider, Five Easy Pieces, and Nashville, died today after being diagnosed with ampullary cancer in November of 2010. She was 74. Black had one-third of her ... See the Rest

Support Hoes: Help Karen Black Beat Cancer

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Coco’s back! Now with Karen Black!

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The Voluptuous Honor of meeting Karen Black

Walking down Hollywood Boulevard with Thairin and Butt magazine's Adam Baran, we all went absolutely mental when we noticed THE Karen Black – yes! – IN THE FLESH! – sauntering down Las Palmas, looking just as fresh and lovely ... See the Rest

Karen Black Is Stuck!

On Saturday, October 10, the Raindance Film Festival in London will be the scene of the world premiere of Steve Balderson's Stuck!, a homage to the black-and-white women-behind-bars noirs of yesteryear, starring Karen Black, Susan ... See the Rest