THE TERROR: INFAMY: Season co-creator Alexander Woo on the historical horror show – Interview

Kiki Sukezane as Yuko, George Takei as Nobuhiro Yamato, Derek Mio as Chester Nakayama, Cristina Rodlo as Luz Ojeda, Miki Ishikawa as Amy Yoshida, Shingo Usami as Henry Nakayama, Naoko Mori as Asako Nakayama in THE TERROR: INFAMY - Season 2 | ©2019 AMC/Maxine Helfman

In AMC’s Monday-night THE TERROR: INFAMY, Japanese-Americans and their immigrant parents and grandparents are confronted by two kinds of horror. One is the real-world abomination of the internment camps, set up by the U.S. government in a wave of racist panic after the 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor, which mandated that all people of Japanese descent be rounded up and held in detention facilities. The other terror is more ancient, a vengeful spirit from Japan who is stalking victims in the community. George Takei, who in real life was detained in the camps as a child, plays one of the […]Read On »

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Movie Review: AT THE DEVIL’S DOOR

AT THE DEVIL'S DOOR movie poster | ©2014 IFC Midnight

Rating: R Stars: Catalina Sandino Moreno, Naya Rivera, Ashley Rickard, Michael Massee, Tara Buck Writer: Nicholas McCarthy Director: Nicholas McCarthy Distributor: IFC Midnight Release Date: September 12, 2014 (theatrical), September 8, 2014 (VOD) Nicholas McCarthy, writer/director of AT THE DEVIL’S DOOR, clearly knows his scares. Whether it’s the slam of a drawer or the appearance of a shape in the mirror, he demonstrates a gift for doing whatever it is at just the right moment for just the right duration to make even pretty horror-hardened viewers jump. The result is a movie that generates intense dread, even though its plot […]Read On »

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Interview: Sarah Michelle Gellar returns to TV with THE CRAZY ONES

Sarah Michelle Gellar in THE CRAZY ONES - Season 1 | ©2013 CBS/Monty Brinton

In THE CRAZY ONES, premiering on CBS Thursday, September 26 at 9 PM, Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar play father/daughter owners of a major advertising agency. Simon Roberts (Williams) comes up with off-the-wall last-minute ideas, such as in the pilot, when he decides that Kelly Clarkson will make a great singing pitch-woman for McDonald’s, even when Clarkson (playing herself) insists on making the song considerably more sultry than necessary to sell Big Macs. It falls to Sydney Roberts (Gellar) to implement Simon’s schemes, whether she thinks there’s genius in her father’s madness, or just more craziness. Gellar probably needs […]Read On »

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