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    ‘Castle Rock’ Premieres Its Killer New Resident

    2019 NEW YORK COMIC CON: For readers of Stephen King, the name Castle Rock will surely ring a bell. The fictional Maine town serves as the eerie setting for many of King’s tales of suspense, horror, and the supernatural. The second season of the Hulu anthology series from executive producer J.J. Abrams (“ALIAS”) set in […] More

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    Lizzy Caplan In Talks to Join Channing Tatum in ‘Gambit’

    “Gambit” has found its leading lady. Lizzy Caplan (“Masters of Sex”) is currently in talks to join the upcoming “Gambit” solo film, which has been in development for what seems like eons. Channing Tatum (“Logan Lucky”) will star in the Marvel project as Gambit, a member of the X-Men with the ability to control kinetic […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Allied’ Looks Classy Yet Winds Up Predictable

    What a missed opportunity. All of the ingredients are found within “Allied” to result in a prime piece of Oscar bait. You have Academy Award winners in director Robert Zemeckis, as well as stars Marion Cotillard and Brad Pitt. Nominee Steven Knight penned the screenplay. The list goes on. And yet, “Allied” feels like a […] More

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    Emmy Circuit: Showtime blends risky newcomers with standard vote getters

    Showtime can often times be the Emmy secret weapon. From stacking the comedy actor deck with William H. Macy (“Shameless”), Don Cheadle (“House of Lies”) and Matt Leblanc (“Episodes”) for countless years regardless if people were watching to sneaking Leiv Schreiber into the competitive drama actor race last year, they have pulled off some major […] More

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    2016 Awards Profile: ‘Allied’ from Robert Zemeckis

    Welcome to the 2016 Awards Profiles series, where we talk about high and low-profile films coming to a theater near you at some point this year.  We will analyze the potential for these films to be players for the Academy Awards, and while many of these have the potential to be recognized, many will not […] More


    Film Review: The Night Before (★★★)

    It’s rare that a bit of extra time thinking about what’s essentially a stoner holiday film leads to a kinder review, but that’s the case here. Initially, I’d gone a bit more mixed on The Night Before, opting for a two and a half star review instead of a three star one, but an extra […] More

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    Film Review: The Interview (★★★)

    The film North Korea doesn’t want you to see as well as the one that Sony Pictures and theater chains across the country literally wouldn’t let you see (until recently), The Interview is honestly a fairly harmless comedy. Yes, it’s really funny and about as un PC as it gets, but it’s still just a movie. […] More

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    ‘Masters of Sex’ – Female Sexuality on the Small Screen

    *Note: This article contains spoilers from the first season of Masters of Sex. Women in Cinema: There’s no shortage of sexuality or sex on the small screen. Current series such as Game of Thrones, True Blood and Girls have become notorious for their sex scenes. Often, however, female sexuality becomes a secondary priority, while the […] More

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    Sam’s FINAL 2014 Emmy Nomination Predictions

    You’ve read the Emmys Circuit series, now it’s time for my final Emmy predictions, just in time for the Emmy nominations on Thursday, July 10.  Be sure to check out Clayton’s predictions, too (even though mine will be more accurate).  I’ll begin with Guest Acting, transition into Supporting, and Lead, finishing with the two series […] More

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