Articles Posted in the Movies Category

  • The Hunted

    The Hunted – Review

    Josh Stewart in his writing and directorial debut The Hunted comes out swinging. Hard. (And, yes that boxing pun is intentional). He throws you deep into the woods and then turns off the flashlight. Fear comes at you from all directions. There is no place to hide. I grew up in the South and spent […]

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    Hamlet – Review

    Bruce Ramsay’s adaptation and directorial debut Hamlet (in which Bruce also stars as Hamlet) premiered in Canada back in 2011. It was received quite well nabbing eight Leo nominations, and won Best Costume Design for the lovely creations that assist in establishing Hamlet’s world set in the 40s. Last year Hamlet made its way Stateside to […]

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    Puppets, Penguins, and Panych with Matthew Kowalchuk

    Matthew Kowalchuk’s feature film directorial debut Lawrence & Holloman has fast become a favorite with audiences worldwide. From Vancouver, to Shanghai, to Cannes, to Perth this dark comedy has taken the world by storm. After scooping up awards all across Canada, Matthew and 108 Media Corp will be bringing Lawrence & Holloman to the U.S. for […]

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    Live MYTHOS Concert with Austin Wintory, Composer of JOURNEY

    New York, NY (September12 2014) – Broadway musician Peter Sachon and Carbon Cello Productions , in conjunction with New York Comic Con 2014 and the first annual New York Super Week Festival, will present a thrilling and unique concert experience, MYTHOS, a showcase of great music from across the spectrum of modern orchestral genres — […]

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    Expecting Amish Starring Jesse McCartney & AJ Michalka Premieres On Lifetime

    The Expecting Amish movie premiers on Lifetime tonight, July 19th at 8pm/7 central. If you aren’t able to watch, you can DVR it. In addition to the July 19th premiere, there are a couple more viewing times available including an airing on July 20 at 12 am and then again on July 26 at 6 […]

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    Kevin Chapman and Torrey DeVitto Star in “Stevie D”

    Los Angeles, CA. – Pelican Productions announced that principal photography will start this week on “Stevie D,” directed by first-time helmer Chris Cordone. The film is shooting in Los Angeles and stars Cordone (“Castle,” “Ray Donovan”), Kevin Chapman (“Person of Interest,” “The Brotherhood”), Torrey DeVitto (“Pretty Little Liars,” “Vampire Diaries”), Spencer Garrett (“House of Cards”), […]

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    Release News For Malignant – Starring Brad Dourif & Gary Cairns

    Malignant is a psychological horror film about a grieving man, Allex (Gary Cairns). He falls victim to a rogue scientist (Brad Dourif) who conducts experiments on human test subjects to cure their “addictions.” After blacking out, Allex awakes to find stitches across his chest and a video of a murder. Now he must confront the […]

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    Actor Kevin Sizemore Talks ‘Resurrection’, ‘Under The Dome’ and Family

    With a cliff hanger ending and so many unanswered questions; ABC’s ‘Resurrection‘ has left fans yearning for another season, one not yet given the green-light. But I think we all know with the success of the show’s brilliant writers, cast and crew, the show shall rise again; including our favorite, at times misguided, church going […]

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    Anthony Ingruber Stars Alongside Harrison Ford And Blake Lively

    Actor Anthony Ingruber (repped by Sharon Power) will play the role of young William in the latest blockbuster ‘The Age of Adaline‘. Anthony will star alongside Harrison Ford (Star Wars) who plays the role of William. Also starring are Blake Lively (Gossip Girl) as Adaline and Ellen Burstyn (Requiem For A Dream) as Flemming. The […]

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    Milestones with Jack Marchetti

    Jack Marchetti is launching a Kickstarter campaign this week for his latest project The Evolution of a Gen-X Music Purchaser. It has been a couple of years since I last interviewed Jack so we had a lot of ground to cover. Join us as we talk about the campaign, movies, music, and some amazing new advances in science. […]