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MR. ROBOT: Christian Slater hacks the planet – interview

Christian Slater as Mr. Robot in MR. ROBOT | © 2016 Nadav Kander/USA Network

Christian Slater has won both a Golden Globe and a Satellite Award for his work in the title role of MR. ROBOT. In the first season of USA Network’s series – just nominated for six Emmy Awards, including outstanding dramatic series – created by Sam Esmail (who also directed all of Season 2), Mr. Robot at first appears to be the mysterious founder of F*Society. Mr. Robot recruits Rami Malek’s character Elliot Alderson, an isolated computer genius, to his cause of cyber warfare against giant corporations. However, by the end of Season 1, we and Elliot learn that Mr. Robot […]Read On »

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DORKING OUT SHOW – Episode 3: The Captain Kirk vs. Jesus Christ Edition

Dorking Out Show | © 2016 Chris Smith/Sonia Mansfield

Hey there, dorks! Welcome to episode 3 of “Dorking Out With Chris and Sonia,” a podcast for people who like to dork out about stories and the stories in pop culture that we love – including movies and TV, books and podcasts and pretty much everything else. This week we are talking about the state of prestige TV plus a review of HBO’s “The Night Of.” In our returning segment, “You’re Dead To Me,” Chris directs his rage at 1997’s “Batman & Robin.” Plus, we want to know why filmmakers and film studios feel the need to spoil their own movies with trailers that reveal […]Read On »

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POP SHOW PODCAST – Episode 26: Interview with SHARKNADO 4 star Caroline Williams

POP SHOW PODCAST | © 2016 AssignmentX

Welcome back to the POP SHOW PODCAST starring Anthony C. Ferrante. This week we are joined by Caroline Williams star of THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2 and who makes a cameo appearance in the upcoming SyFy movie SHARKNADO: THE FOURTH AWAKENS, debuting on July 31. Not only do we get great insight into CHAINSAW but we also get a behind-the-scenes perspective on SHARKNADO 4 as well as the lingering impact of CHAINSAW 2 on horror films. Eventually we also get around to chatting about the initial reviews of the new GHOSTBUSTERS movie, a gay Sulu in STAR TREK: BEYOND and […]Read On »

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DORKING OUT SHOW – Episode 2: The ‘America Fock Yeah’ Edition

Dorking Out Show | © 2016 Chris Smith/Sonia Mansfield

Hey there, dorks. Welcome to episode 2 of Dorking Out With Chris and Sonia. This week, inspired by the Fourth of July, we share their favorite movies about America. We don’t want to spoil the podcast by revealing our picks here, buuuuut … “Independence Day” is not on the list. Plus, in honor of director Steven Spielberg’s new movie, “The BFG,” we share our favorite and least favorite Spielberg movies. Chris also has a short review “The BFG.” We introduce our new segment, “You’re Dead To Me,” in which we talk about a movie, TV show, book or anything else that we really hate. This […]Read On »

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HOUDINI & DOYLE: Michael Weston escapes in Fox’s new series – exclusive interview

Michael Weston as Houdini in HOUDINI AND DOYLE | © 2016 Carin Baer/FOX

Michael Weston plays the legendary escape artist Harry Houdini in Fox Network’s HOUDINI & DOYLE, which has its first-season finale Monday at 9 PM. In reality, as in the show, Houdini was friends for a time with Sherlock Holmes creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, played by Stephen Mangan. Also as in reality, the two clashed over their belief in the supernatural, with Doyle a believer and Houdini a skeptic. HOUDINI & DOYLE, created by David Titcher, does imagine that the two men, together with London police constable Adelaide Stratton (Rebecca Liddiard), investigating very uncommon crimes. Weston, a native New Yorker, […]Read On »

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TV Review: GAME OF THRONES – Season 6 – “The Winds of Winter” – Season Finale

Lena Headey as Cersei in GAME OF THRONES |© 2016 HBO

Stars: Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Nicolaj Coster-Waldau, Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke, Natalie Dormer, Liam Cunningham, Sophie Turner, Aiden Gillen, Maisie Williams, Isaac Hempstead-Wright, John Bradley, Carice Van Houten, Jonathan Pryce, Diana Rigg, Finn Jones, Nathalie Emmanuel, Dean-Charles Chapman, Kristofer Hivju, Alfie Allen, Michiel Huisman, Jacob Anderson, Gemma Whelan, Jerome Flynn, Hannah Murray, Indira Varma, David Bradley, Ellie Kendrick, Bella Ramsey, Anton Lesser, Tim McInnerny, Julian Glover, Joseph Mawle, Ian Gelder, Eugene Simon, Roger Ashton-Griffiths, Hafpor Julius Bjornsson, Hannah Waddingham, Robert Aramayo, Aisling Franciosi Writers: David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, series created by David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, based on George […]Read On »

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PREACHER: Ruth Negga on bringing Tulip to life – Interview

Ruth Negga as Tulip in PREACHER | © 2016 AMC

When we meet Ruth Negga’s character, Tulip O’Hare, in the first episode of PREACHER, she is ecstatically winning a fight to the death in the front seat of a car, biting off part of a man’s face in the process. Later, Tulip enlivens two young children’s otherwise dull afternoon by giving the kids an exciting arts and crafts lesson in how to make an improvised rocket launcher. Clearly, Tulip is not a standard TV heroine. Then again, AMC’s PREACHER, Sundays at 9 PM, is not a standard good and evil show. Tulip’s former and perhaps future lover Jesse Custer (Dominic […]Read On »

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HUNTERS: Julian McMahon plays a hostile alien on new Syfy series – Exclusive Interview

Julian McMahon is Lionel McCarthy in HUNTERS - Season 1 | ©2016 Syfy/Peter Brew-Bevan

Actor Julian McMahon is no stranger to the science-fiction/fantasy/horror genre. He costarred as the demonic Cole in multiple seasons of CHARMED, played Dr. Doom in the 2005 and 2007 FANTASTIC FOUR films, appeared in BAIT (Great White sharks terrorizing a submerged supermarket) and also starred in the 2003-2010 run of NIP/TUCK (not technically genre, but often surreal). Now McMahon plays McCarthy, an extraterrestrial carrying out terrorist acts against humans in Syfy’s Monday night series HUNTERS. The season was shot in McMahon’s native Australia. ASSIGNMENT X: Was it fun to be working back in Australia? JULIAN McMAHON: It was really fun. […]Read On »

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HOUDINI & DOYLE: Stephen Mangan on playing Arthur Conan Doyle – Exclusive Interview

Stephen Mangan as Sherlock Holmes in HOUDINI & DOYLE - Season 1 - "The Pail of LaPier" | ©2016 Fox/Joseph Scanlon

English actor Stephen Mangan is perhaps best known in the U.S. for playing discomfited television writer Sean Lincoln in Showtime’s comedy EPISODES. Now Mangan (whose other credits include a Tony-nominated performance in a revival of THE NORMAN CONQUESTS, the title role in the TV version of DIRK GENTLY and the grown-up hero of ADRIAN MOLE: THE CAPPUCCINO YEARS) is heading up a different TV series, playing another writer. However, in Fox Network’s Monday-night mystery series HOUDINI & DOYLE, Mangan isn’t playing just any author – he’s portraying Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of one Sherlock Holmes. In 1901 England, Holmes […]Read On »

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Composer Nathan Whitehead continues to take THE PURGE in ELECTION YEAR – Interview

THE PURGE ELECTION YEAR soundtrack | ©2016 Back Lot Music

The past few years have been a field day for dark, rhythm-driven suspense scores. But when many of these pulsating killing fields have a tendency to merge into one big murder dome, how does one keep the mayhem playing with a sense of fresh musical blood? Just ask Nathan Whitehead, a composer who’s consistently been playing his brutally cool way of surviving one Purge after the other with his action-horror identity intact. In creating what’s easily the most interesting Blumhouse franchise (or at least until they turn WHIPLASH into one), director-writer James DeMonaco took the idea of Classic Trek’s “Red Hour” […]Read On »

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