THE LEFTOVERS: Co-creator Damon Lindelof on the Season 2 reboot – Interview

Justin Theroux as Kevin Garvey, Carrie Coon as Nora Durst in THE LEFTOVERS - Season 2 | ©2015 HBO/Van Redin

In Season 1of HBO’s THE LEFTOVERS, adapted by Damon Lindelof and Tom Perrotta from Perrotta’s novel, two percent of the world’s population has disappeared overnight. Three years later, Mapleton sheriff Kevin Garvey (Justin Theroux) is trying to keep his small town together, but it’s tough – some people are trying to move forward with their lives, while others find this offensive. A cult called the Guilty Remnant engages in increasingly shocking behaviors to upset those who they think have grown complacent, and when the Remnant goes way too far, the townspeople erupt in violent wrath. Season 2 of THE LEFTOVERS …Read On »


FEAR THE WALKING DEAD: Alycia Debnam-Carey, Frank Dillane & Elizabeth Rodriguez on Season 1 – Interview

Alycia Debnam Carey as Alicia, Frank Dillane as Nick, Kim Dickens as Madison, Cliff Curtis as Travis, Elizabeth Rodriguez as Liza, Lorenzo James Henrie as Chris, Ruben Blades as Daniel Salazar, Patricia Reyes Spa­ndola as Griselda Salazar and Mercedes Mason as Ofelia in FEAR THE WALKING DEAD - Season 1 |©2015 AMC/Frank Ockenfels 3

Although it is co-created by THE WALKING DEAD comics originator Robert Kirkman, AMC’s FEAR THE WALKING DEAD is set across the country (in Los Angeles, rather than the American South) and some time earlier than both the comics and THE WALKING DEAD. FEAR THE WALKING DEAD, which wraps its first season Sunday at 9 PM after earning enormous ratings and will be back with a longer second season next year, is only based conceptually on the source material. Kirkman and Dave Erickson use FEAR to explore the beginning of the zombie apocalypse, when people at first have no idea what …Read On »


MINORITY REPORT: Showrunner Max Borenstein talks Season 1 – Interview

Stark Sands as Dash, Megan Good as Det. Laura Vega and Nick Zano as Arthur in MINORITY REPORT - Season 1 | ©2015 Fox/

In Fox Networks’s new series MINORITY REPORT, Mondays at 9 PM, it’s 2065, eleven years after the events in the 2002 film directed by Steven Spielberg from Philip K. Dick’s science fiction short story. The “precogs” who had been held in isolation, forced to serve the Precrime division of law enforcement with their visions of crimes not yet committed, have been freed. The cops of Washington, D.C. are back to solving murders the old-fashioned way, after they’ve happened. The three precogs we met in the film are now eleven years older. Agatha (Laura Regan) still believes in keeping separate from …Read On »


THE SCORCH TRIALS: Interview with composer John Paesano on new MAZE RUNNER movie

THE SCORCH TRIALS | ©2015 20th Century Fox

From INSURGENT to THE HUNGER GAMES, the YA (i.e. Young Adult) sci-fi genre is all the rage when it comes to kids revolting against the evil, adult dystopian powers that be. And while all might have their share of tragedy and mayhem delivered upon its protagonists in their search for sanctuary, none have delivered the kind of epic mayhem better reserved for outright teen-unfriendly horror pictures with the expansive eye and ear-catching ferocity of THE MAZE RUNNER and its sequel THE SCORCH TRIALS. It seems like only yesterday (or at least last September) that Fox’s franchise, spun from James Dashner’s …Read On »


POP SHOW PODCAST – Episode 5: The Emmys, L.A traffic and more

Pop Show Podcast | © 2015 AssignmentX

Hi folks, the POP SHOW PODCAST is back again after a bit of a hiatus and this time the gang got together to discuss all the interesting stuff happening in the realm of pop culture. In this episode, I get kidnapped and tortured (true story), we discuss The Emmys and if award shows have meaning, how L.A. traffic might be getting worse, the troubles with network television and a short discussion on the new hit TV show FEAR THE WALKING DEAD. Listen and Subscribe to the POP SHOW PODCAST on iTunes! POP SHOW PODCAST on other podcast outlets (coming soon)! Follow …Read On »


BEST TIME EVER WITH NEIL PATRICK HARRIS: Neil Patrick Harris talks his new variety show – Interview


At this point in his career, Neil Patrick Harris is best known for doing virtually everything. His first regular series, DOOGIE HOWSER, M.D., which saw Harris playing an adolescent doctor, ran for four seasons. He just wrapped up nine seasons as womanizing Barney Stinson on HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER and won an Emmy for his guest-star turn on GLEE. On the big screen, Harris played a crazed version of himself in the HAROLD AND KUMAR and in new media, the New Mexico-born actor starred in Joss Whedon’s musical DR. HORRIBLE’S SING-ALONG BLOG. On stage, Harris starred in last year’s …Read On »


FEAR THE WALKING DEAD: Lorenzo James Henrie on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Lorenzo James Henrie as Chris in FEAR THE WALKING DEAD - Season 1 | ©2015 AMC/Frank Ockenfels

In AMC’s FEAR THE WALKING DEAD, Sundays at 9 PM, Lorenzo James Henrie plays Los Angeles teen Chris Manawa. Chris lives with his divorced mother Liza, played by Elizabeth Rodriguez. He’s so angry at his father Travis, played by Cliff Curtis, for living with another woman that he’s initially reckless when the city is hit by a wave of “civic unrest” (the audience knows what it really is, but at first the characters don’t). Henrie, a native of Arizona, has some previous genre credits, including playing “Vulcan Bully” in the 2009 STAR TREK feature. He also had an arc on …Read On »


Z FOR ZACHARIAH: Composer Heather McIntosh survives with the last woman on Earth – Interview in Z FOR ZACHARIAH

Z FOR ZACHARIAH soundtrack | ©2015 Varese Sarabande Records

With female driven, YA dystopian fiction being all the rage at the multiplex, one of the genre’s first, unintended entries was a 1973 post-nuke diary written by a sixteen year-old survivor named Ann Burden. As penned by MRS. FRISBY AND THE RATS OF N.I.M.H. author Robert C. O’Brien, (and posthumously completed by his wife and daughter), the award winning book Z FOR ZACHARIAH details the the life of Ann and her beloved dog Faro in a radiation-free Shangri La. located somewhere in rural America, She’s settled into a comfortable, if yearning existence since her family vanished years ago seeking civilization. …Read On »


THE STRAIN: Actor David Bradley on Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

David Bradley in THE STRAIN - Season 2 | ©2015 FX/Robert Sebree

Actor David Bradley is dancing with the kind of gusto associated with Dickensian revels. His costar on THE STRAIN, Kevin Durand, is immortalizing the action with his cell phone. It’s perfectly appropriate – this is a party thrown by Fox and FX for the Television Critics Association press tour at West Hollywood’s Soho House and there’s music blaring – but whether one is most familiar with Bradley from his STRAIN role as determined and lethal vampire hunter Abraham Setrakian, the vile Walder Frey from GAME OF THRONES, actor William Hartnell aka the First Doctor Who from AN ADVENTURE IN SPACE …Read On »


THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.composer Daniel Pemberton goes R.E.T.R.O. – Interview

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E soundtrack | ©2015 Watertower Records

With its mod rhythms, shagadelic exotica, bold brass, bongo-driven percussion and sheer, string joy in death-defying adventure against world-conquering wannabes (while of course not musically messing up the hero’s Carnaby Street tailoring), the era-specific sound of spy jazz has been making a making a comeback at the cinema, played for delirious height of kitsch by Geoff Zanelli and Mark Ronson in MORTDECAI, THE KINGSMAN‘s head-blasting drive by Henry Jackman and Matthew Margeson, or used for pure chase adrenalin by Joe Kraemer in MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: ROGUE NATION. But while those two movies are latter-day exercises in battling villainous Eurotrash, THE MAN …Read On »

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