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The Season 6 finale of "Sons of Anarchy" is sure to be one of the craziest episodes of the show yet, with the future of several characters on the line. Perhaps no one is in more trouble than Tara (Maggie Siff), who took Jax's (Charlie Hunnam) children and vanished at the end of the penultimate episode, "You Are My Sunshine."
Siff appeared on "Good Day La" Monday (Dec. 9) to talk about the finale and couldn't give too much away, but it sounds like fans are in for a treat. "Like all of Kurt Sutter's finales, there's lots of twists, turns and reversals," she says before adding, "and a surprise that will leave everyone breathless."
What that surprise could be is anyone's guess, but Sutter isn't known for pulling his punches. It was only two episodes ago that Clay (Ron Perlman) was killed off, shocking viewers. The best bet is another notable death, »
Oh my glob, Thn are doing a run-down of the best guest stars to visit the Land of Ooo? That’s right, we are. In honour of the Adventure Time Finally reaching the inevitable, long-awaited and what will surely be a bank-balance destroying UK DVD release, we’re doing a rundown of our favourite guest stars across the series as well as who we would like to see in future installments. Mathematical!
1. Ron Perlman as The Lich.
Why he’s here: The Lich, in Pendleton Ward’s own words, embodies absolute evil. He is a major antagonist in the series, perhaps arguably the most powerful foe Finn and Jake have had to face thus far. When he wants something destroyed, he just raises a legion of undead knights, marches in and obliterates it. Dealing with him is series and dangerous business. So it’s really quite apt that we have Perlman, »
- Matthew Ceo
Phase 4 Films' VOD release of director Charles de Lauzirika's festival favorite Crave is available right now, and to get you geared up for the small screen goodies, we have landed an exclusive clip for you cats to chew on. Check it out!
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Aiden (Josh Lawson) fantasizes about a better life away from his gruesome job as a crime scene photographer working alongside his detective friend Pete (Ron Perlman)--a heroic life where he falls in love with the perfect woman and dispenses justice on the hard streets of Detroit. When he meets the alluring young Virginia (Emma Lung) and »
- Uncle Creepy
The world is crazy, and it can make you feel weak, but Charles de Lauzirika's Crave takes fear and frustration and turns it into a meandering bore. De Lauzirika is very aware of his film's influences, and there's no pretention about carving out new territory, but he doesn't show us anything we haven't really seen before. Just as his protagonist looks to find love and strength, Crave stumbles around trying to find a novel idea worth exploring. Further burdened by miscasting and an ill-fitting visual style, the film slogs around, occasionally bumping into a worthwhile performance or relationship, but is ultimately sucked into a void where the harder it tries to find meaning, the less it means anything. Aiden Pogue (Josh Lawson) is a crime scene photographer who, when not looking at the mangled carcasses of murder victims, can only see his inadequacies. He envisions himself as a violent »
- Matt Goldberg
Fact: It's impossible to hate Ron Perlman. Okay, so maybe we don't have any actual, statistical evidence on hand to back that up as fact, but we're still pretty sure it's true. There's just something about him that's inherently likeable. Maybe it's that he looks like a battle-hardened teddy bear. Maybe it's because he's great at nailing deadpan comedy. Whatever the case, it's really, really hard to not get excited any time you see Ron Perlman's name in the credits, because it's a guarantee at least one thing in the movie will be good. In the case of Crave, thankfully the entire film is a good, solid thriller about a crime-scene photographer with an increasingly disturbed imagination, but it's Perlman specifically that brings us...
- Peter Hall
Some filmmakers often have various different professions in the film industry before that directorial debut, whether it be writing, editing or working in visual effects, to name a few. Charles de Lauzirika had the opportunity to observe countless A-list filmmakers on the set while working as a producer and director of behind-the-scenes documentaries that are found on the bonus features of Blu-ray and DVD releases, before making his directorial debut with Crave. This indie thriller stars Josh Lawson as Aiden, a freelance crime scene photographer, who makes his living by capturing gruesome murder scenes on film, while he slips into his own equally-dark fantasy world to escape his reality. I recently had the chance to speak with Charles de Lauzirika for Crave, which co-stars Emma Lung and Ron Perlman, about his first feature film, debuting in theaters December 6. »
What are the most shocking TV deaths for 2013? ... Spoilers Ahead... A special report details the surprising regular characters who died on television this past season. The list includes Catelyn Stark (Michelle Fairley) and Robb Stark (Richard Madden) from "Game of Thrones", Clay Morrow (Ron Perlman) from "Sons of Anarchy", Matthew Crawley (Dan Stevens) from "Downton Abbey", Walter White (Bryan Cranston) from "Breaking Bad," Deb Morgan (Jennifer Carpenter) from "Dexter," Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) from "Boardwalk Empire," and more. The Wrap. Expect the "most mainstream batch of nominees to date" for Best New Artist when Grammy nods are announced Friday night. A photo gallery preview says it will be difficult to narrow down to just five from the following potential names: Ariana Grande, Avicii, Florida Georgia Line, Ellie Goulding, Imagine Dragons, Kendrick Lamar, Lana Del Rey, Lorde, Macklemore and Ryan Lewi »
One of the best-kept secrets on television right now is FX’s achingly funny, ruthlessly witty spy satire Archer, which will return for a fifth season of thirteen episodes next month. The show has consistently surprised and delighted with state-of-the-art animation, hilarious plot-lines and inspired guest actors (check out season 3′s “The Man from Jupiter,” featuring Burt Reynolds, if you don’t believe me).
Now, FX is turning up the heat on Archer‘s publicity campaign with a terrific poster inspired by Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, which finds the Isis gang going undercover beachside in what looks like Miami.
Check it out below:
Where to start with this awesome poster? How about a visibly pregnant Lana Kane (Aisha Tyler)? The character announced that she was expecting during the “Sea Tunt” season 4 finale, so it looks like a small time-jump is in order for season 5. Meanwhile, Ray (Adam Reed) appears »
- Isaac Feldberg
Now is about the time in every Sons of Anarchy run when it feels more like the end of the series is near, and not just the season. That’s never more true than after the events of “You Are My Sunshine,” this week’s Sons of Anarchy recap. We start with Patterson (Cch Pounder) reaming Jax (Charlie Hunnam) over the bloodbath he orchestrated involving Galen (Timothy V. Murphy) and Clay (Ron Perlman). She knows he’s lying, he knows she knows, but in the end they both came out better off. Perhaps Patterson is willing to let things slide a little bit … Continue reading →
The post Sons of Anarchy recap: “You Are My Sunshine” appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Stacey Harrison
Crave is so close to being the next fantastic piece of pulp cinema to depict vigilante justice, but at the same time, Charles de Lauzirika’s first directorial feature simply treads water for what seems like forever, only climaxing for a short period before going out with a timid whimper. There was no reason for this flick to march past the hour and a half mark, yet I found myself checking my watch an hour into the “mayhem,” only to find close to another hour still remained – causing an exasperated sigh. Like I said, Lauzirika is so close to creating a flashy bit of independent bliss, but our main character’s mental struggle turns out to be nothing but a misleading, long-winded chore.
Aiden (Josh Lawson) goes about his daily life of shooting crime scene photography without much reaction, but deep down inside he wants something more. The corpses he photographs all tell a story, »
- Matt Donato
After the death of Clay (Ron Perlman) in "Aon Rud Persanta," "Sons of Anarchy" still has a ways to go before there will be any peace. "You Are My Sunshine" took things to an even deeper level of blood, all in an attempt to make things right.
The first issue finds Nero (Jimmy Smits) as uneasy as ever over his deal with Samcro. He just wants to run his growing brothel empire, but partnering with a violent club isn't exactly helping. In fact, a returning Alvarez (Emilio Rivera) reaches out on behalf of the Mayans to let Nero know that his club is setting up shop in Stockton and partnering with the Chinese, to oppose the Irish, the club and August Marks (Billy Brown), leaving Nero and his gang, the Byz Lats, in a difficult position. Lines are being drawn between races and the Lats are concerned Nero is too involved with Samcro. »
Spoiler alert! Do not continue reading if you don't want to know what happened on Sons of Anarchy's penultimate episode, which aired Tuesday night. You've been warned! And the fallout begins. After last week's episode, which may have just been the series' most shocking ever, Sons of Anarchy was left to deal with the fallout of Clay's (Ron Perlman) death and to set the table for next week's finale feast. And though the FX biker drama made its biggest kill ever last week, it seems likely that more deaths are on the way after "You Are My Sunshine," which basically threw every single Soa main character off-kilter, dropping bombshells left and right. Not only did one character »
Check out what's new to rent and own this week on the various streaming services such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical exclusives for rent, priced from $3-$10, in 24- or 48-hour periods The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (young-adult fantasy; Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower; rated PG-13) The Smurfs 2 (animated; Neil Patrick Harris, Hank Azaria; rated PG) Smash & Grab: The Story of the Pink Panthers (jewel-thief documentary; Tomislav Tom Benson, Daniel Vivian; not rated) Crave (drama; Edward Furlong, Ron Perlman, Emma Lung, Josh Lawson; premieres on Mod and in theaters on 12/6; not rated) Live at the Foxes Den (drama; Jackson Rathbone...
- Robert B. DeSalvo
This is the age we live in: Three years ago, cell phone video of a fist fight on an Oakland city bus went viral across the Internet, spawning the “Epic Beard Man” meme. In 2012, Danny Trejo (Machete Kills) starred in a low budget, direct-to-video action flick titled Bad Ass – a movie with the premise, “What if Epic Beard Man turned into a Death Wish-style vigilante?”
Featuring appearances by Charles S. Dutton (American Horror Story) and Ron Perlman (Pacific Rim), Bad Ass apparently overcame its absurd roots to make a good-enough deal of cash to warrant a sequel. Now, the first trailer for Bad Asses shows off its primary hook: veteran action star Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon) joins up with Trejo for an expanded round of geriatric butt-kicking.
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- Kyle Hembree
Browse our gallery of recent TV deaths — spoiler alert, obviously — and vote for the one(s) that shocked you the most!
As we head into the holiday season and begin reflecting on the year that was, let’s not forget to remember the many loved ones we’ve lost in recent months. I’m talking, of course, about Brian Griffin, Walter White and all the other beloved characters that met their end this television season. So without further ado, HollywoodLife.com has rounded up 10 of the year’s most shocking TV deaths. Join us in remembering, won’t you?
10 Most Shocking TV Deaths This Year
Show: Family Guy
Character: Brian Griffin
Actor: Seth MacFarlane (voice)
- Andy Swift
‘Sons’ showrunner Kurt Sutter has always been as wild and unpredictable as the show itself, and he loves to interact with fans of the motorcycle opera for intimate Q&A’s. Find out what he had to say about Clay’s death, Jax and Tara’s relationship and even the death of ‘Family Guy”s Brian below.
Sons of Anarchy fans were shocked when Clay (Ron Perlman) was shot and killed by Jax (Charlie Hunnam) during the show’s Nov. 19 episode, and SoA boss Kurt Sutter took to Twitter for a long Q&A regarding that decision and the show’s future on Nov. 27.
Kurt Sutter: Clay’s Death Was ‘Just Another Day’
Clay’s demise in “Aon Rud Persanta” was one of the most memorable events in the series for most SoA fans, but for Kurt, offing the former big bad was “just another day” — which is insane, »
- HL Intern
Sons of Anarchy wasn't on tonight, in case you guys didn't notice. Not even a repeat. It is (almost) Thanksgiving, after all. But don't worry, creator Kurt Sutter did a Twitter Q&A so that (kind of) makes up for the lack of Sons tonight. For those who were broken apart, devastated and various other feelings of anger and/or excitement after witnessing Clay's (Ron Perlman) death scene, you might be interested to know how Sutter felt while writing said scene. To him, it was just another day at the ol' office. In a Twitter Q&A with fans, someone asked Sutter if it killed him when he wrote Clay's execution. His answer? "Just another day." Not that we expect anything less from »
To celebrate the release of Season 5 of Sons Of Anarchy on DVD and Blu-Ray this week, we are giving three lucky WhatCulture readers the chance to win a copy of the season on Blu-Ray.
Take a seat at the head of the table with Jax in the most illicit and violent season to date, when TV’s darkest and adrenalised drama returns for its brutal fifth season. Relentless and utterly addictive, Sons of Anarchy: Season 5 has now powered onto Blu-ray and DVD from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
From the creative genius of Kurt Sutter, Sons of Anarchy is a dark and gritty thriller with comedic undertones. The hit Us thriller tells the story of Samcro, a notorious outlaw motorcycle club intent on protecting their sheltered small town against encroaching drug dealers, corporate developers and overzealous law officers. The club is equally determined to protect their ruthless and illegally thriving arms business, »
- Simon Gallagher
Creator: Kurt Sutter
Starring: Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, Mark Boone Junior, Ron Perlman, Tommy Flanagan, Kim Coates, Maggie Siff, Theo Rossi, Ryan Hurst, Harold Perrineau, Jimmy Smits, Walton Goggins, Ashley Tisdale, Joel McHale,
Running Time: 677 minutes
Sons Of Anarchy returns for a fifth season and it’s the first season I’ve watched myself. Despite this obvious hindrance when viewing I was immediately gripped and entertained throughout. How much higher can you praise a show than merely stating that it left me wishing I’d been there from the beginning? On the surface, it may seem like a machismo biker show, but it travels to much darker and involving depths. Sons Of Anarchy charts the rise and fall of certain criminal organisations and gangs, with the focus being on the titular biker gang. Where it succeeds in being so much more is the dramatic and theatrical elements, such as »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
[Editors Note: With the DVD of Sons of Anarchy: Season Five set for a UK DVD and Blu-ray release next week (on November 25th to be precise), Nerdly reviewer and Soa super-fan Nathan takes a look at the DVD boxset - breaking down the cult show's fifth season episode by episode]
5×01 – Sovereign
When Sons of Anarchy ended last season, I was a little disappointed. It’s not that I hated it; I was just left with the feeling of longing for more. All throughout the season, we’ve seen our men in Samcro crushed by seemingly impossible odds, without any chance for escape. If there’s one thing that Kurt Sutter and company do best, it’s dropping the men into a hole and watching them try and escape. And the best part of this is the more they try to escape, the worse their situation gets. That’s why it was a bit of a disappointment when at the end of the season, they seemingly pulled the plug and left things out to dry. I mean, Clay Morrow was built »
- Nathan Smith
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