Exclusive Interview: SHARKNADO comes after Aubrey Peeples

Aubrey Peeples as Claudia in SHARKNADO | ©2013 Syfy

In its first airing on Syfy Channel, Thursday July 11 at 9 PM, SHARKNADO was generating five thousand Tweets per minute on Twitter. The movie, about a tornado that deposits ravenous sharks all over Los Angeles, was written by Thunder Levin and directed by Anthony C. Ferrante. Ian Ziering stars as Fin, a bar owner determined to rescue his family from the onslaught. Aubrey Peeples plays Fin’s daughter Claudia, who is so angry at her father for leaving family that she initially shuns his help. The Florida-born Peeples, speaking by phone from the set of the feature film TOKAREV, talks […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: SHARKNADO star Jaason Simmons is not in Kansas anymore

Jaason Simmons in SHARKNADO | photo courtesy Jaason Simmons

In SHARKNADO, Syfy Channel’s descriptively-titled movie about a tornado that deposits sharks and flooding all over Los Angeles, Jaason Simmons plays Baz, who helps Ian Ziering’s character Fin search for his wife and family during the catastrophe. Simmons is no stranger to water – he played lifeguard Logan Fowler for forty-eight episodes of BAYWATCH – and he’s also done horror (THE DEVIL’S TATTOO, BLOODY MARY), but he says SHARKNADO is a first for him on many fronts. JAASON SIMMONS: I’ve never played a light character before. People are always casting me as rapists. This is the first time I’ve ever […]Read On »

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TV Review: TERRA NOVA – Season 1 – “What Remains”

Shelley Conn in TERRA NOVA - Season 1 - "What Remains" | ©2011 Fox/Brook Rushton

Cast: Jason O’Mara, Christine Adams, Byron Brockmann, Shelly Conn, Stephan Lang, Simone Kessell, Landon Liborion, Allison Miller Director: Nelson McCormick Writers: Byrnn Malone Network: Airs on Fox, Mondays @ 8pm Original Telecast: Oct. 10, 201 I really thought the dinosaurs in the pilot episode of TERRA NOVA were pretty good, well, as long as they didn’t move and just sat there looking big and dumb, but these last two episodes, wow, the special effects have gone from SyFy Channel quality to a notch above Ray Harryhausen. OK maybe that’s a bit harsh. Much like the special effects, the storylines in […]Read On »

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