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 »


CD Review: TOTAL RECALL soundtrack

TOTAL RECALL soundtrack | ©2012 Madison Gate Music

If an old school score fan visited Rekall, it’s likely their fantasy would be to go back to the days when Jerry Goldsmith plied a roaringly thematic score for Arnie’s trip to Mars. But then, you can’t go home again to that kind of unabashedly melodic action sound. And to be fair, this isn’t your generation’s TOTAL RECALL, a time that Hollywood’s effects capabilities, and musical tastes have long since surpassed, for better and worse. Yet while there’s no surpassing the original film in every category (red cheesiness and all), this revisionist RECALL turns out to be a way more […]Read On »



THE ODD LIFE OF TIMOTHY GREEN soundtrack | ©2012 Walt Disney Records

For what could be described as the kinder, gentler Disney version of PET SEMATARY, a couple longing for a child bury their wishes in a box, only to have a magical kid pop out to teach them some invaluable life lessons, as opposed to rampaging through the neighborhood. And there’s certainly no reason to fear otherwise in Geoff Zanelli’s sweetly magical score. But while heavily adorned with bells, voices, accordions and unstrung guitars, Zanelli’s deft emotional touch makes the music lyrical as opposed to being cloying. Though an orchestra is there for the necessary handkerchief heartstrings, Zanelli’s approach is mostly […]Read On »


Exclusive Interview: HUSBANDS THE SERIES Season 2 talk from co-creator Jane Espenson

Alessandra Torresani, Brad “Cheeks” Bell and Sean Hemion in HUSBANDS THE SERIES - Season 2 | ©2012 Brad Bell and Jane Espenson

HUSBANDS THE SERIES has made all kinds of news since its first season premiered last year. The Web series about two men, performer Cheeks (Brad “Cheeks” Bell) and baseball player Brady (Sean Hemion), who get legally married while drunk in Vegas and decide to try to make things work, was written up in the New Yorker and Time Magazine, and became the first ongoing Internet show to be honored with its own panel by the Los Angeles branch of the Paley Center for Media. The first season of HUSBANDS THE SERIES, also starring Alessandra Torresani as Cheeks’ inebriated best friend […]Read On »


CD Review: THE BOURNE LEGACY soundtrack

THE BOURNE LEGACY soundtrack | ©2012 Varese Sarabande Records

James Newton Howard takes the baton from John Powell to run a more straightforward, beat-driven marathon. In much the same way that new writer-director Tony Gilroy has thankfully wiped out Paul Greengrass’ crazy-cam movement, Howard’s keeps the ethnic, thematic rhythms of Powell’s three previous scores to a minimum to make his LEGACY to BOURNE‘s seminal action sound a combo between that composer’s lean, mean fighting machine and his own breathless, powerhouse suspense for another guy on the run he scored called THE FUGITIVE. That Oscar nominated touch is a bit more hipped up here, and with significantly less orchestra, which […]Read On »


CD Review: THE EXPENDABLES 2 soundtrack

THE EXPENDABLES 2 soundtrack | ©2012 Silva Screen Records

At this point, Brian Tyler has been on target at scoring so many testosterone fiestas that one feels he’d be just as capable of trading in his keyboard for an Uzi. But until Tyler actually becomes a trigger-happy merc, muscle music fans can happily get their freak on for the composer’s return to The Team. THE EXPENDABLES 2 is all happily what they’d expect, with urgently dire blasts of rhythm and building orchestras, relentlessly climbing towards those big explosions of flame and flying insta-corpses. If the last movie’s problem was that absolute no character was actually expendable, Tyler’s graver, even […]Read On »


Movie Review: LAWLESS

LAWLESS movie poster | ©2012 The Weinstein Company

Rating: R Stars: Shia LaBeouf, Tom Hardy, Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke, Mia Wasikowska, Dane DeHaan,, Guy Pearce, Gary Oldman Writer: Nick Cave, based on the book THE WETTEST COUNTY IN THE WORLD by Matt Bondurant Director: John Hillcoat Distributor: Weinstein Co. Release Date: August 29, 2012 Once upon a time, movies about moonshine-whisky makers were much more common than they are these days. Enter LAWLESS, which has the feel of a slightly tall tale while still being respectably dramatic and action-filled. We’re in Franklin County,Virginia, a rural place where Prohibition exists as something that is mainly the problem of city […]Read On »


Exclusive Photos from the RUBY SPARKS Los Angeles Premiere

Paul Dano and Zoe Kazan at the Los Angeles Premiere of RUBY SPARKS | ©2012 Sue Schneider

Recently Fox Searchlight Pictures held the Los Angeles Premiere of RUBY SPARKS at the Lloyd E. Rigler Theatre at The Egyptian in Hollywood. RUBY SPARKS is the story of Calvin (Paul Dano), a young novelist who after achieving success early in his career finds himself struggling with his writing and his romantic life. Creating a character named Ruby, he finds that she inspires him, but when he sees Ruby (Zoe Kazan) sitting on his couch a week later, he is completely flabbergasted that his words have turned into a living, breathing person. Seen walking the carpet were the stars of […]Read On »


Exclusive Photos from THE EXPENDABLES 2 World Premiere

Sylvester Stallone at the World Premiere of THE EXPENDABLES 2 | ©2012 Sue Schneider

Recently Lionsgate and Millennium Films held the World Premiere of THE EXPENDABLES 2 at the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. It was the usual scenario at the premiere – street closures, fans lined the street screaming when the stars arrived and tons of photographers and electronic press lined the black carpet. Walking the carpet were the stars of the film, which included: Sylvester Stallone (Screenplay), Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, Chuck Norris, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Terry Crews, Randy Couture, Charisma Carpenter, Nikolette Noel, Brian Tyler (Music), Simon West (Director). Joining them were guests, which included: Peter Shinkoda, Christa Campbell, […]Read On »


Exclusive Interview: TRUE BLOOD’s Michael McMillian Talks Writing Comics, FIREFLY and more – Part 2

Michael McMillian in TRUE BLOOD Season 5 | (c) 2012 Lacey Terrell/HBO

In Part 2 of our exclusive interview with Michael McMillian, who plays anti-vampire reverend turned Sanguinista vampire Steve Newlin on HBO’s TRUE BLOOD, he talks about writing for the TRUE BLOOD and LUCID comics, his work on FIREFLY and THE HILLS HAVE EYES II, and of course more about TRUE BLOOD the series. AX: Did you always want to be a professional actor? MICHAEL McMILLIAN: When I was young, I was into writing and I drew a lot. I really thought that I was going to be a comic book artist or an animator. When I was a kid, I […]Read On »

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