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  • TV Review: GAME OF THRONES - Season 5 Premiere

    It’s back, and off to a fine if relatively quiet start

  • BONES: Tamara Taylor recaps the 200th episode

    The actress talks her airplane stunts and Cam\\\\\\\'s 10th season romance

  • ONE BIG HAPPY: Elisha Cuthbert discusses Season 1

    The actress talks doing her first three-camera comedy

  • THE AMERICANS: Showrunners Talks Season 3

    The motivations of Elizabeth and on filming in the 80s

  • OUTLANDER: Ronald D. Moore talks Part 2 of Season 1

    The executive producer/show runner discusses the music, new stars and more

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Blu-ray/DVD review: TREEHOUSE

TREEHOUSE movie poster | ©2015 Uncork'd Entertainment

Rating: Not Rated Stars: J. Michael Trautmann, Dana Melanie, Nick Herra, Clint James, Daniel Fredrick Writers: Alex Child, Miles Harrington & Michael Bartlett Director: Michael Bartlett Distributor: Uncork’d Entertainment Release Date: Blu-ray DVD, March 31, 2015 TREEHOUSE is one of those low-budget horror movies that starts off so slowly that it seems like it’s never going to pick up speed. Unfortunately, unlike some other genre entries that lull us in order to make the jolts that much more impactful, TREEHOUSE continues as it begins. It takes 25 minutes to get into the treehouse, where we wind up feeling more trapped …Read On »

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CD Review: ELMER BERNSTEIN: THE WILD SIDE soundtrack

ELMER BERNSTEIN: THE WILD SIDE soundtrack | ©2015 Varese Sarabande Records

No composer embodied the pure movie swing of jazz during the art form’s mainlining into much of film scoring during the 50s and 60s like Elmer Bernstein. From the hot sax heroin rush that flooded into Frankie Machine’s veins in THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN ARM to the lustful brass catfight of WALK ON THE WILD SIDE or the salacious gossip beat that stank of  THE SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS, Bernstein tapped into the energetic transgressiveness of music that promised a rawness that the Hayes Code-enforced movies could only hint at. So it’s only natural that Varese head Robert Townson …Read On »

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FRESH OFF THE BOAT: Luna Blaise talks new ABC comedy – exclusive interview

Luna Blaise in FRESH OFF THE BOAT - "Showdown at the Golden Saddle" | ©2015 ABC/Ron Tom

Based on the life and memoirs of celebrity chef Eddie Huang, ABC’s Tuesday-night half-hour comedy FRESH OFF THE BOAT shows Eddie as a young teenager, played by Hudson Yang, in the early 1990s, when his father Louis (Randall Park) uproots the family from Washington, D.C. to Florida in order to open a Western-themed restaurant. Mom Jessica (Constance Wu) and Eddie and his younger brothers (played by Forrest Wheeler and Ian Chen) try to adjust to the new community. Los Angeles native Luna Blaise plays Eddie’s friend Nicole. In a phone interview, the young actress talks working on the single-camera comedy. …Read On »

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TV Review: DANCING WITH THE STARS – Season 20 – Week 5 – Suzanne Somers eliminated

Tony Dovolani and Suzanne Somers are eliminated in DANCING WITH THE STARS - Season 20 - Week 5 | DANCING WITH THE STARS - Season 20 - Week 4 | ©2015 ABC/Adam Taylor

Stars: Noah Galloway, Robert Herjavec, Patti LaBelle, Nastia Liukin, Riker Lynch, Suzanne Somers, Chris Soules, Rumer Willis, Willow Shields Network: ABC, airs Mondays Original Telecast: April 13th, 2015 It’s Disney Night on DANCING WITH THE STARS and they spared no cost in creating an elaborate recreation of nine different Disney films via dance. The cost was high and the dips were low but all nine couples threw themselves into character for a chance to feel like a part of a bona fide classic Disney feature. Some worked extremely well, others lacked the typical Walt Disney flair. Robert Herjavec & Kym …Read On »

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CD Review: 1864 and ALLIES soundtracks

ALLIES soundtrack | ©2015 Movie Score Media

Movie Score Media’s quality releases continue to be not only a major source for discovering new composers whose attendant projects barely hit U.S. shores, but also a great way to hear relatively obscure foreign soundtracks done by sometimes eminent American musicians – in both notable cases here performed in the key of war. Early on in Marco Beltrami’s career, the composer wrote one of his most interesting psycho-killer scores for a deranged female cellist, albeit in the guise of a period costume drama for Norwegian director Ole Bornedal’s 2002 thriller I AM DINA. Now Beltrami reteams with him for a …Read On »

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A MOST VIOLENT YEAR: Composer Alex Ebert’s music doesn’t want to kill – Interview

A MOST VIOLENT YEAR soundtrack | ©2014 Community Music

A MOST VIOLENT YEAR (which just arrived on DVD and Blu-ray) might just be one of the most ironically misleading titles yet for a provocatively named film. For nothing in J.C. Chandor’s movie is what it appears to be, from the cargo heists endangering the heating fuel empire dreams of Abel Morales (Oscar Isaac in quietly burning Michael Corleone mode) to the insanely pacifist way in which he chooses to meet the thuggery that gets very close to home. But for all of the gritty photography, family business machinations and razor-sharp salty language that Chandor brings together to create a …Read On »

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SCORPION: Actors Eddie Kaye Thomas and Ari Stidham talks Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Ari Stidham as Sylvester Dodd in SCORPION - Season 1 - "Going South" | ©2015 CBS Broadcasting, Inc/Sonja Flemming

CBS’ SCORPION, now in its first season Mondays at 9 PM and renewed for a second, is based on the life and work of Walter O’Brien. The real Walter O’Brien, who is one of SCORPION’s executive producers, really does have a sky-high IQ, really does recruit fellow geniuses to work for his Scorpion Computer Services company and really does help the less socially skilled ones to become better at interacting with their fellow humans. On the series SCORPION, created by Nick Santora, Walter, played by Elyes Gabel, and his now-still-small group of associates work on all sorts of cases that …Read On »

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JUSTIFIED: Actor Jacob Pitts talks the final season – Exclusive Interview

Jacob Pitts is Deputy U.S. Marshal Tim Gutterson | ©2015 FX/Robert Zukerman

At the end of six seasons, FX’s JUSTIFIED, adapted by Graham Yost for television from Elmore Leonard’s novella FIRE IN THE HOLE, is blazing its way into the sunset on Tuesday, April 14. For the entirety of JUSTIFIED, Jacob Pitts has played U.S. Deputy Marshal Tim Gutterson, arguably the most level-headed and laid-back member of that branch of law enforcement in Harlan County, Kentucky. Tim’s colleague Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) is prone to disobeying orders and boss Art Mullen (Nick Searcy) is prone to getting exasperated, but Tim tends to roll with whatever is going on around him while still …Read On »

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TV Review: GAME OF THRONES – Season 5 – “The Wars to Come” – Season Premiere

Kit Harington in GAME OF THRONES - Season 5 - "The Wars to Come" | ©2014 HBO/Helen Sloan

Stars: Peter Dinklage, Nicolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, Aiden Gillen, Natalie Dormer, Stephen Dillane, Liam Cunningham, Carice van Houten, John Bradley, Sophie Turner, Hannah Murray, Conleth Hill, Gwendoline Christie, Michel Huisman, Charles Dance, Ciaran Hinds, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jacob Anderson, Daniel Portman, Finn Jones, Eugene Simon, Will Tudor, Lino Facioli, Dean-Charles Chapman Writers: David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, series created by David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, based on George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” Director: Michael Slovis Network: HBO, Sundays @ 9 PM Airdate: April 12, 2015 For those who love it (and most of …Read On »

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TV Review: SUPERNATURAL – Season 10 – “Inside Man”

Jensen Ackles in SUPERNATURAL - Season 10 - "Inside Man" | ©2015 The CW/Carole Segal

Stars: Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, Mark A. Sheppard, Jim Beaver, Ruth Connell, Curtis Armstrong Writer: Andrew Dabb, series created by Eric Kripke Director: Rashaad Ernesto Green Network: The CW, Wednesdays @ 9 PM Original Airdate: April 1, 2015 Although it’s generally not a good thing on SUPERNATURAL when Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) are separated for much of the episode, it actually works in “Inside Man.” Although the brothers come together at a few points, Sam is mostly off with Castiel (Misha Collins), still trying to figure out how to rid Dean of the Mark of …Read On »

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