INTERROGATION: Actor Peter Sarsgaard on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Peter Sarsgaard as Det. David Russell in INTERROGATION - Season 1| ©2019 CBS Interactive/James Dimmock

INTERROGATION is streaming all ten episodes of its first season on CBS All-Access. Unlike most narrative series, apart from the first and last episodes, INTERROGATION is designed by its creators, John Mankiewicz and Anders Weidemann, to be watched in any order the viewer wants. Based on a real criminal investigation, INTERROGATION follows a Los Angeles-area murder case that stretches from 1983 to 2009. Kyle Gallner stars as prime suspect Eric Fisher, accused at age seventeen of killing his mother. In real life, cold case detectives look at files in whatever order they choose, not necessarily going in chronological order. Viewers […]Read On »

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AMERICAN HORROR STORY: HOTEL: Chloe Sevigny on her role on the new season – interview

Chloe Sevigny stars as Alex Low in AMERICAN HORROR STORY: HOTEL | © 2015 Doug Hyun/FX

AMERICAN HORROR STORY: HOTEL, on FX Network, Wednesdays at 10 PM, is actress Chloe Sevigny’s second season with the scary repertory series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. Sevigny previously costarred in Season 2, AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM as Shelley, a young woman wrongly institutionalized and eventually mutilated at the hands of the asylum’s chief doctor. Sevigny, originally from Springfield, Massachusetts, won a Golden Globe for her work on the HBO series BIG LOVE, where she played sister-wife Nicolette Grant for five seasons. Sevigny was also nominated for an Oscar for her work in BOYS DON’T CRY. She’s also […]Read On »

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DVD Movie Review: THE RESIDENT

THE RESIDENT - DVD box art

Rating: R Stars: Hilary Swank, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Lee Pace, Christopher Lee, Aunjanue Ellis Writers: Antti Jokinen & Robert Orr Director: Antti Jokinen Distributor: Image Entertainment Release Date: March 29, 2011 Hammer Films is back in business, and THE RESIDENT is true to that venerable studio’s old form, even including a supporting turn from that company’s biggest star, Christopher Lee. These are probably good reasons to see THE RESIDENT, which hews a little too closely to the old days in style. What was deemed terrifying in the ‘50s and ‘60s is now a bit tame, and what was accepted as […]Read On »

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