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Exclusive Interview: Jane Seymour feels the LAKE EFFECTS

Jane Seymour in LAKE EFFECTS | ©2012 Hallmark Movie Channel

Jane Seymour is one of Hallmark Channel’s go-to stars (and sometimes producers) for its telefilms. Often, Seymour– still famous for her years as the title character on DR. QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN – is cast in lighter fare, but this year, she starred in Hallmark’s drama LAKE EFFECTS. It aired on the network earlier this year and just came out on home video. At a press function, Seymour takes a few moments to discuss the piece, as well as her other projects as both actress and producer. ASSIGNMENT X: What is LAKE EFFECTS about? JANE SEYMOUR: LAKE EFFECTS is a mother/daughter …Read On »


TV Review: BREAKING BAD – Season 5 – “Gliding Over All” – Midseason finale

Anna Gunn and Bryan Cranston in BREAKING BAD - Season 5 - "Gliding All Over" | ©2012 AMC/Lewis Jacobs

Stars:  Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn Writer: Moira Walley-Beckett Director: Michelle MacLaren Network: AMC, airs Sunday Nights Original Telecast: September 2, 2012 “Gliding Over All” wraps up the first half of Season 5 of BREAKING BAD, and sends us into the (suddenly all too long) break between the Season’s first and second halves asking questions we thought we’d reasonably be asking at this point anyway.  In the past 8 episodes Walter White (Bryan Cranston) has successfully risen to the top of criminal underworld in the Southwest, become a ruthless killer, and eliminated or neutralized anyone who could stop him …Read On »


TV Review: COMA Miniseries – Part 1

COMA - miniseries poster | ©2012 A&E

Stars: Lauren Ambrose, Steven Pasquale, Joe Morton, Ellen Burstyn, James Woods, Richard Dreyfuss, Geena Davis Writer: John J. McLaughlin based on the book by Robin Cook Director: Mikael Salomon Network: A&E Original Telecast: August 3, 2012 When you name your mini-series COMA, you better deliver a suspenseful, taut thriller, otherwise, puns from journalists reviewing it will be aplenty. So yes, here’s one coming now – COMA puts you to sleep. Yes, the first two hours of this mini-series airing on A&E is a complete bore. The script is sluggish, the scenarios ridiculous and the pay-off (which finally happens during the …Read On »


Exclusive Interview: STARS EARN STRIPES contestant Dean Cain searches and destroys

Dean Cain in STARS EARN STRIPES - Season 1 | ©2012 NBCUniversal/Trae Patton

Actor Dean Cain famously appeared to do some extraordinary physical exploits while playing Superman and Clark Kenton four seasons of LOIS & CLARK: THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN and has been in any number of action roles since. However, in the reality competition show STARS EARN STRIPES, which has its first-season finale Monday at 8 PM on NBC, Cain is put through the action wringer for real. The format of STARS EARN STRIPES is that, at the outset, eight celebrities are each matched with a military/law enforcement specialist (Navy SEAL, SWAT and the like) to go on missions designed for …Read On »


Exclusive Interview: Franka Potente is the COPPER whore with a heart of gold … sort of

Franka Potente in COPPER - Season 1 | ©2012 BBC AMERICA/Cineflix (Copper) Inc.

The new BBC AMERICA series COPPER is gaining critical and audience attention alike. The show set in New York in 1864 is a smart blend of period drama, police procedural, lots of action, and even some educational references. Detective Kevin Corcoran (Tom Weston-Jones) is a man with a tragic past that includes a murdered daughter and a wife that has gone missing while he was off fighting in the Civil War. Even though Corcoran still has a wife out there somewhere, he has needs that more often than not are fulfilled by Eva Heissen played by the lovely Franka Potente …Read On »


TV Review: DOCTOR WHO – Series 7 – “Asylum of the Daleks” – Season Premiere

DOCTOR WHO - Season 7 - "Asylum of the Daleks" poster | ©2012 BBC

Stars: Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Anamaria Marinca, Naomi Ryan, David Gyasi, Zac Fox, Nicholas Briggs, Barnaby Edwards, Nicholas Pegg, Jenna-Louise Coleman  Writer: Steven Moffat Director:  Nick Hurran  Network: BBC America, airs Saturday night  Original Telecast: September 1, 2012 In the first episode of DOCTOR WHO Series 7, “Asylum of the Daleks,” things are not well with Amy and Rory Williams (Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill) since they last saw the Doctor (Matt Smith). Divorce papers are signed and the two are about to go their separate ways. But when creepy human agents of the Daleks abduct them and throw them …Read On »


CD Review: TED soundtrack

TED soundtrack | ©2012 Universal Pictures

Nothing represents cuddly innocence like a child’s teddy bear, an image that brings to ear the honeyed sounds of orchestral happiness. And playing just that is the key to what might be the most brilliantly subversive talking “animal” score of all time, given the beautifully lush stylings of Seth MacFarlane’s pet composer Walter Murphy. In TED, he makes his master’s crude humor all the more hilarious, and emotionally affecting, as if this music was actually accompanying the real, non pot-smoking, slut-screwing deal. As a vet TV composer with such credits as WISEGUY, BUFFY and PROFIT, Murphy’s most prolific, and popular …Read On »


CD Review: USED CARS (2,000 edition)

USED CARS soundtrack | ©2012 La La Land Records

It’s a movie that’s anything but a lemon, even if the picture got treated like an Edsel upon its initial release. But with the director-writer team of Robert Zemeckis and Ed Gale (I WANNA HOLD YOUR HAND) in the drivers’ seats, USED CARS has endured as a cult comedy classic, one whose case of musical buyers’ remorse is now revealed in a limo-quality La La Land release that not only offers Patrick Williams’ funkily energetic score, but its first, puttering (if well-intended) ignition by Ernest Gold.  The idea of getting the composer behind the greatest cinematic demolition derby of all …Read On »



THE POSSESSION movie poster | ©2012 Lionsgate

Stars: Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Kyra Sedgwick, Madison Davenport, Natasha Calis, Grant Show, Matisyahu Writers: Juliet Snowden & Stiles White, based on the article “Jinx in a Box” by Leslie Gornstein Director: Ole Bornedal Distributor: Lionsgate Release Date: August 29, 2012 As movies about demonic possession/exorcism go, THE POSSESSION is pretty good. It has strong leads in Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kyra Sedgwick, a persuasive child actress in Natasha Calis, characters who generally don’t do anything illogical in the screenplay by Juliet Snowden & Stiles White and a pretty deft touch by director Ole Bornedal, who knows how to make things …Read On »


First Look Images of DOCTOR WHO Season 7 episode posters

DOCTOR WHO - Season 7 - "Asylum of the Daleks" poster | ©2012 BBC

With DOCTOR WHO Season 7 making its debut tonight on BBC and BBC America, the BBC has offered up a cool little treat for WHO fans with movie-quality posters of the first five episodes: “Asylum of the Daleks,” “Dinosaurs on a Spaceship,” “A Town Called Mercy,” “The Power of Three,” and “The Angels Take Manhattan.” Check out the poster gallery below. Related: TV Review: DOCTOR WHO – Series 6 – “Asylum of the Daleks” AGREE? DISAGREE? LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD – COMMENT BELOW Follow us on Twitter at ASSIGNMENT X Fan us on Facebook at ASSIGNMENTX Article Source: Assignment X  Article: First Look …Read On »

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