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CHUCKY: Actors Alyvia Alyn Lind and Bella Higginbotham on Season 2 – Interview

Bella Higginbotham as Nadine, Alyvia Alyn Lind as Lexy Cross in CHUCKY - Season 2 | ©2022 Syfy/Rafy

Bella Higginbotham as Nadine, Alyvia Alyn Lind as Lexy Cross in CHUCKY – Season 2 | ©2022 Syfy/Rafy In Season 2 of CHUCKY, Wednesday nights on Syfy and USA, the killer doll has come to wreak havoc at Incarnate Lord Catholic school. This is where Chucky’s Season 1 teen foes Lexy Cross, played by Alyvia Alyn Lind, Jake Wheeler (Zackary Arthur) and Devon Evans (Bjorgvin Arnarson) have been sent after they are held responsible for the toy’s murderous activities. At the school, our heroes make a new ally, eccentric but good-hearted fellow student Nadine, played by Bella Higginbotham. As shown […]Read On »


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LET THE RIGHT ONE IN: Actress Anika Noni Rose discusses Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Anika Noni Rose as Naomi in LET THE RIGHT ONE IN - Season 1 | ©2022 Showtime/James Minchin

In the new series LET THE RIGHT ONE IN, now in its first season Sunday nights on Showtime, Anika Noni Rose plays Naomi Cole, NYPD homicide detective and devoted mother of twelve-year-old Isaiah (Ian Foreman). Naomi is happy that the normally lonely Isaiah has made friends with Ellie (Madison Taylor Baez), the little girl who has moved in down the hall with her widowed father Mark (Demián Bichir). What Naomi doesn’t know is that Ellie is a vampire, and that Mark kills in order to feed his daughter. Meanwhile, Naomi is investigating a series of brutal murders that we know […]Read On »


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CHUCKY: Creator Don Mancini gives the scoop on Season 2 – Interview

CHUCKY Season 2 Key Art | ©2022 Syfy

Whether you met killer doll Chucky (voiced in everything by Brad Dourif) in the CHILD’S PLAY films or their more playful but even gorier CHUCKY spinoffs, he was created by Don Mancini. Mancini crafted the premise of the original 1988 feature film CHILD’S PLAY, wrote its sequels and wrote/directed all of the CHUCKY spinoff movies. Now he’s brought the maniacal toy, possessed by the soul of a serial killer, to Syfy and USA, where it’s become a cult favorite. CHUCKY is in its second season on Syfy and USA Wednesday nights. It continues the plotline from the CHUCKY films, with […]Read On »


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MAGPIE MURDERS: Creator and executive producers on new PBS series – Exclusive Interview

MAGPIE MURDERS | ©2022 PBS

MAGPIE MURDERS, the six-episode mystery series based on Anthony Horowitz’s best-selling 2016 novel, makes its U.S. debut on Sunday, October 16, on PBS MASTERPIECE. (The series premiered earlier this year in the U.K. on Britbox.) In MAGPIE MURDERS, two worlds are intertwined. In the real present, London book editor Susan Ryeland (Lesley Manville, Oscar-nominated for her performance in 2017’s PHANTOM THREAD) is trying to find the missing last chapter of the latest murder mystery by famous writer Alan Conway (Conleth Hill), who has died under suspicious circumstances. And in Conway’s book, MAGPIE MURDERS, we’re inside the novel with the character […]Read On »


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LET THE RIGHT ONE IN: Actor Madison Taylor Baez in new Showtime series – Exclusive Interview

Madison Taylor Baez as Eleanor in LET THE RIGHT ONE IN - Season 1 | ©2022 Showtime/James Minchin

LET THE RIGHT ONE IN stars Madison Taylor Baez as the vampire Eleanor “Ellie” Kane. Ellie was turned ten years ago, but perpetually appears to be age twelve. Ellie’s loving, anguished father Mark, played by Demián Bichir, is in search of a cure – but also provides for Ellie by killing and taking blood from people he believes will not be missed. Mark and Ellie have just moved into an apartment building in New York, where Ellie is befriended by Isaiah Cole (Ian Foreman), the lonely little boy who lives down the hall. Isaiah’s mother Naomi is protective of her […]Read On »


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Film Festival: TIFF 2022: The 47th Annual Toronto International Film Festival – Part 2 (The Winners)

Brendan Fraser in THE WHALE | ©2022 A24.

DATELINE SEPTEMBER 18, 2022 TIFF WINNERS TORONTO — The Toronto International Film Festival® has announced its award recipients for the 47th edition of the Festival, which concluded last evening with the Closing Night screening of Mary Harron’s Dalíland at the Visa Screening Room at the Princess of Wales Theatre and Roy Thomson Hall. IFF Tribute Award for Performance presented by IMDbPro, which was presented to Brendan Fraser for his outstanding performance in The Whale at the TIFF Tribute Awards gala fundraiser on September 11.   PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD For the 45th year, the People’s Choice Awards distinguish the audience’s top […]Read On »


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Film Festival: TIFF 2022: The 47th Annual Toronto International Film Festival – Part 1 (The Films)

TAR l ©2022 Focus Features

Dateline Toronto Film Festival: 10 Days. Over 200 films. You’re going to have to pick and chose carefully. After two years of Covid-19 restrictions and online “virtual film festivals” TIFF returned in 2022 to full on in person spectacle. The stars were back, the seats were full and the sponsors were happy. Here’s what I found; Taylor Swift lauded for shooting her video on film, two films (MY POLICEMAN, DON’T WORRY DARLING) staring singer turned actor Harry Styles and a whole lot more. (You know it’s an odd year when WEIRD: THE AL YANKOVIC STORY has jam packed press screenings). But […]Read On »


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PBS miniseries doc: THE U.S. AND THE HOLOCAUST – Exclusive Interview

THE US AND THE HOLOCAUST | ©2022 PBS

THE U.S. AND THE HOLOCAUST is a meticulously-researched documentary miniseries about what Americans did – or often did not do – to address the rise of fascism and genocide in Germany, and around the world, before, during and after World War II. The parallels to contemporary events are terrifying. The six-hour film airs on PBS over three nights – Sunday, September 18, Tuesday, September 20, and Wednesday, September 21 – in two-hour installments. The film was directed and produced by prolific documentarians and frequent collaborators Ken Burns, Sarah Botstein, and Lynn Novick. Novick was a director/producer with Burns on the […]Read On »


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HAZING: Filmmaker Byron Hurt and survivor Brent McClanahan II on new documentary – Exclusive Interview

HAZING | ©2022 PBS.org

“Hazing,” the term for initiation rites to college fraternities and sororities, is viewed by many as a stressful but playful rite of passage. Instead, it is often violent, humiliating, sometimes even lethal. HAZING, a documentary by filmmaker Byron Hurt, premieres on PBS’s INDEPENDENT LENS on Monday, September 12. Hurt, who has been through the fraternity system and was both in turn hazed and a hazer, now condemns the practice. In his film, Hurt speaks with survivors of hazing, and with friends and family of those who died. There are cases of beating-caused deaths and paralysis, a drowning none of the […]Read On »


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THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH: Creators and cast talk Season 1 of the new Showtime sequel series to the 1976 David Bowie film – Interview

THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH - Season 1 - Key Art | ©2022 Showtime/Tayo Kuku

THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH is a sequel series, now in its first season Sunday nights on Showtime, to the 1976 feature film starring David Bowie. Bowie played Thomas Jerome Newton, an extraterrestrial who comes to our planet to acquire water for his own parched world, only to become trapped here. The film and series are both adapted from the novel by Walter Tevis. THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH series was adapted for television by Alex Kurtzman and Jenny Lumet. Newton, now played by Bill Nighy, is still around, albeit in hiding. The focus here is on planetary […]Read On »


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