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New Mentalist season 6,episode 6 shocking spoilers & clips hit the net. Last night, CBS dropped the new spoilers and sneak peek/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "The Mentalist" episode 6 of season 6. The episode is entitled, "Fire and Brimstone," and it appears to be very shocking and dramatic as Patrick totally loses his mind and pulls a gun on all the Red John suspects, and more! In the new "Fire and Brimstone" episode, With the final clue in hand, Jane will attempt to gather the remaining Red John suspects in one place in hopes of finally revealing his identity. Guest stars are going to feature: Michael Gaston as Gale Bertram, Malcolm McDowell as Bret Stiles, Drew Powell as Reede Smith, Reed Diamond as Ray Haffner, Xander Berkeley as Sheriff Thomas McAllister, Robert Picardo as Jason Cooper, Bobby Hosea as Joe Lamotte, Russell Thomas as an FBI Agent, Emily Davenport as a Visualize Disciple, »
New Mentalist season 6,episode 6 official spoilers,plotline revealed by CBS. Recently, CBS served up the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Mentalist" episode 6 of season 6. The episode is entitled, "Fire and Brimstone," and it sounds like it'll be quite intriguing as Jane attempts to finally discover the identity of the Red John, and more. The episode is titled, "Fire and Brimstone." In the new episode 6 press release: With the final clue in hand, Jane will attempt to gather the remaining Red John suspects in one place in hopes of finally revealing his identity. Guest stars are going to include: Michael Gaston as Gale Bertram, Malcolm McDowell as Bret Stiles, Drew Powell as Reede Smith, Reed Diamond as Ray Haffner, Xander Berkeley as Sheriff Thomas McAllister, Robert Picardo as Jason Cooper, Bobby Hosea as Joe Lamotte, Russell Thomas as an FBI Agent, Emily Davenport as a Visualize Disciple, Brennan Feonix as a Motorist, »
Halloween is nigh, and that means horror movies aplenty, not that we need any more of an excuse to dust off the classics of our favorite genre. But Beyond Fest, an event taking place in La throughout this October, is making that experience interactive, bringing together some of the finest filmmakers, the best movies, and even infusing screenings with live music from the likes of Umberto, Goblin, and Alan Howarth.
Perhaps the day I was most looking forward to was this past Saturday’s “Full Moon” double feature, serving up perhaps the two best werewolf movies of all-time, right after one another. Kicking off the evening is 1981′s The Howling, followed by the movie that it (and every werewolf movie) is indebted to: Universal’s The Wolf Man, with Lon Chaney Jr., Claude Rains, and Bela Lugosi. That right there is reason enough to make the trek to the movie theater… »
- Andy Greene
New Mentalist season 6,episode 5 intense spoilers & clips hit the net. Last night, CBS dropped the new spoilers and sneak peek/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "The Mentalist" episode 5 of season 6. The episode is entitled, "The Red Tattoo," and it appears to be quite intriguing and intense as hell as a major attack scene goes down, another Red John suspect tries to get in on Patrick and the crew's investigation, and more. In the new "The Red Tattoo" episode, When a prominent member of Visualize is mysteriously killed, Patrick will end up, investigating in the hopes that the case will provide a clue that will lead him to Red John. Actor ,Reed Diamond will return as Ray Haffner. Guest stars are going to include: Reed Diamond as Ray Haffner, Robert Picardo as Jason Cooper, Karl Sonnenberg as Cbi Karl, Beth Riesgraf as Kira Tinsley, Ray Abruzzo as Bill Mylar, David Starzyk as Ed Reed, »
New Mentalist season 6,episode 5 official spoilers,plotline revealed by CBS. Recently, CBS revealed the new, official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Mentalist" episode 5 of season 6. The episode is entitled, "The Red Tattoo," and it sounds like it'll be quite interesting as a prominent member of Visualize gets killed, sparking up an investigation by Jane, and more. In the new,5th episode press release: When a prominent member of Visualize is mysteriously killed, Patrick will investigate in the hopes that the case will provide a clue that is going to lead him to Red John. Actor Reed Diamond will return as Ray Haffner. Guest stars are going to include: Reed Diamond as Ray Haffner, Robert Picardo as Jason Cooper, Karl Sonnenberg as Cbi Karl, Beth Riesgraf as Kira Tinsley, Ray Abruzzo as Bill Mylar, David Starzyk as Ed Reed, Brian Leckner as Hotel Security, Kirk Zipfel as a Dad, Aidan Sussman as a Boy, »
James T Kirk, was surely the very model of a 23rd-century progressive and understanding man of the future. He may have been a staunch advocate of maternity flexi-time and equal rights for women but, spreading intergalactic progeny throughout one’s starship, be it the Enterprise, Enterprise-d or Voyager, should not be accommodated in the Star Fleet Code of Conduct.
To seek out new life, when digitally inscribed by Star Fleet Command, presumably implied that the new life would be found outside the ship, not popping left, right and centre inside the ship. There is a comments box if you dare to disagree.
The following arguments are based on the logic of families on starships, please do not mistake flippancy for misogyny… this is my first article and I’d like to make it to a second!
7. Does No-one Remember The Titanic?
Shall I compare these ships? Let me count the ways. »
- George Meixner
NBC's Chicago Fire drama has added Mena Suvari as Isabella, a close friend of Monica Raymond's Dawson, reports Deadline. Her character is brought on to aid Christian Stolte's Mouch in his campaign as Chicago Firefighters Union President. Isabella and Mouch are strictly professional, but something sparks between Isabella and one of Mouch's firefighting colleagues. Suvari's most-recent credits include American Reunion as well as The Knot alongside Noel Clarke, Mena Suvair and Matthew McNulty. She's in post-production phase on Travis Oates' Last Stop sci-fi horror along with Brian Austin Green, Joanne Kelly, Fiona Gubelmann and Robert Picardo, as well as the A Bet's a Bet comedy, starring with Kristin Chenoweth, Eric Robers, Geoff Stults and Jonathan Silverman. »
With the announcement that Star Trek: Voyager’s Robert Picardo was joining then cast of Untitled Web Series second season, Travis Richey has announced that yet another veteran of Star Trek, this time Chase Masterson of Deep Space Nine, will be added to the cast. Masterson’s character is named Annabelle. The video below has both Richey and Masterson talking about the role, the show and how viewers can support this web series.
The web series based off a show within a show making fun of another show is looking for help to complete its return. Untitled Web Series About A Space Traveler Who Can Also Travel Through Time creator Travis Richey has launched a Kickstarter campaign through which he is seeking $125,000 to fund a second season of the sci-fi comedy web series. For the uninitiated, Untitled Web Series... is a copyright-safe version of Inspector Spacetime, the very funny Doctor Who parody from Community. The first season of the show, also fueled by a successful Kickstarter campaign, ran for six episodes and racked up several hundred thousand views, thanks in part to Community's incredible popularity on the Internet. The amount Richey is seeking for season 2 is more than six times the budget of season 1, which will allow him to triple the length of the next six episodes and pay his cast and »
- Sam Gutelle
It may sound like a cliché, but season two of Untitled Web Series raised the bar on almost everything you can think of and this 90 second look at what’s in store for the Inspector, Piper and Boyish The Extraordinaire (is he evil, is he kind to kitten’s, what’s with the running?) shows what they did with the money they raised. Richey says “Season 2 goes above and beyond Season 1 in every way. Characters are deeper, story is bigger, and the scope is just way scopier. We still had to write for a budget, because we knew we didn’t have a million dollars to spend, but seriously, I’m just bursting knowing what I know about Season 2 and not being able to tell people about it.”
Chicago – When I was a teenager discovering horror films for the first time, I naturally gorged on ’80s genre classics and was drawn to the trendy characters like Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, and Leatherface. Films like Tobe Hooper’s “Lifeforce” and Joe Dante’s “The Howling” didn’t have what I was looking for. I wrote them off as dumb kids often do. Only over time have I come to fully appreciate both films, recently released in glorious HD restoration editions from the great Scream Factory. They’re must-owns for genre fans, as so many Sf titles have been lately.
Hell, for a lot of horror fans, these are must-owns just for the gorgeous cover art. Looking beyond the beautiful illustrations, the films have been perfectly restored. “The Howling,” in particular, looks remarkable. I had never considered the film one of Dante’s strongest. I had considered wrong. It’s a smart, »
- email@example.com (Adam Fendelman)
DVD Release Date: July 16, 2013
Price: DVD $29.98
Studio: Entertainment One
Inspired by and styled in the tradition of pulp stories, film noir and graphic novels, Femme Fatales: Season 2 is a sexy Cinemax “After Dark” mystery-thriller anthology television series about powerful, sexy and dangerous women.
Broadcast in 2012, the half-hour program from creators Mark Altman (TV’s Castle) and Steve Kriozere (TV’s NCIS) features stories inspired by such noir classics as Double Indemnity classic thriller TV series like The Twilight Zone. In each of the 12 stand-alone episodes, women find extraordinary ways of coping with their problems, channeling their survival instincts and bringing out their inner guile. Every episode is introduced by a mysterious and sultry host Lilith (Tanit Phoenix, Death Race 2), and features different casts and storylines, some of which are intertwined as part of the series’ overall mythology. »
Audio horror is making a bit of a comeback, and two people who are helping with the resurgence - Jim O'Rear and Kevin Herren - have a new project heading our way called Tales from Beyond. On the CD you'll hear the familiar voices of Daniel Roebuck, Robert Picardo, and many more.
From the Press Release:
Tales From Beyond, a new paranormal audio drama series, is coming to audio CD from producers Jim O’Rear and Kevin Herren. Hosted/narrated (in "The Twilight Zone" style) by beloved actor Daniel Roebuck ("Lost") and featuring an all-star cast including Robert Picardo ("China Beach," The Howling), Jim O’Rear (The Dead Matter, Star Trek 4), Kyle Hebert (Dragon Ball Z, Resident Evil), Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (Blade, X-Men, Naruto), and Betsy Rue (Halloween II, My Bloody Valentine).
In addition to the audio CD, a feature-length documentary will be released later this year on DVD featuring »
- The Woman In Black
Remember ten years ago when you would be in HMV looking at a DVD box set of something like The West Wing and then unfolding the twenty pound note in your pocket and wondering whether to part with all that cash for something you had never seen? You had just heard that someone somewhere liked it, but for that £30 you could get two films like Bad Boys 2 and Kill Bill volume 1!
These were difficult times my friends, and more often than not £30 would go down the drain and you would watch three episodes of whatever series it was and decide it wasn’t for you. Well thanks to modern technology and its mission to kill DVD, Blu-Ray and whatever other physical media dinosaur you prefer, this dilemma is a thing of the past.
Nowadays you can go onto Lovefilm, Netflix, BT Vision or whatever else and stream whole seasons of TV for almost nothing. »
- Chris Holt
Monster movies had seen their heyday come and go by the time Joe Dante made The Howling in 1981 and it seemed as if everyone had seen everything. However, Dante manages to create a unique entry in the werewolf movie canon with a murder mystery with supernatural creatures in it. The Howling still stands as one of the most inventive and fun horror films from the 1980′s and this stacked to the rafters Blu-ray from Scream Factory is a must have.
TV news journalist Karen White (Dee Wallace) reluctantly meets a known predator Eddie Quist (Robert Picardo) in an adult theater one night on a sting arranged with the local police. Things go from bad for worse for Karen when the evening ends in a seemingly fatal shoot out. Traumatized by the events of the night, she seeks help from Dr. Waggner (Patrick Macnee), who recommends she visit “The Colony,” a »
- Derek Botelho
1981 was a pretty exciting year for fans of werewolf cinema. Not only did we get John Landis' masterful An American Werewolf in London and a decent adaptation of Whitley Streiber's novel Wolfen, but there was also Joe Dante's The Howling, which is a clever little werewolf flick with a sense of humor that still holds up pretty darn well after all these years. No, the special effects aren't quite as amazing as those found in the John Landis movie, and some of the film's social commentary is stuck firmly in the late 1970s, but given how seldom we get new werewolf flicks these days, there's always something to be said for an old one that can still deliver the goods.
- Scott Weinberg
As all lovers of crime, suspense thriller, war, western, horror and science fiction films know, creating a truly great cinematic villain is no easy task. When it happens, it’s virtually impossible to forget that character.
We’ll now take a look at the greatest film villains of the 1980’s.
The criteria for this article is the same as my previous article Cinema’s Greatest Villains: The 1970’s: the villains must be from live-action films-no animated features-and must pose some type of direct or indirect lethal threat. The villains can be either individuals or small groups that act as one unit.
The villains must be human or human in appearance, so no shape-shifting alien from John Carpenter’s amazing 1982 The Thing, no Aliens from James Cameron’s classic 1986 sequel and no Predator from John McTiernan’s beloved 1987 film of the same name.
Also, individuals that are the central protagonists/antiheroes »
- Terek Puckett
I can always count on Scream Factory to present me with opportunities to revisit the cult classic horror films of the 1980s. The Howling gets an upgrade, marking the first time the movie has ever been available on Blu-ray. Many werewolf fans are wondering if the film feels aged in a high-definition format. I'm happy to report It's not without its faults, but holds up quite well.
After news anchor Karen White (Dee Wallace) is attacked by a mysterious stranger (Robert Picardo), she starts having bizarre dreams and night terrors about the incident. Karen's doctor (Patrick Macnee) convinces her that she and husband Bill (Christopher Stone) should go through his treatment at "The Colony." Strange things start to happen as soon as they arrive. Could Karen be cracking up or is there something sinister going on in the secluded resort?
Like most movies from the 1970s and the 1980s, The Howling is a slow-burner. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Eric Shirey)
Short notice, I know, but it’s worth it! Horror Movie a Day‘s Brian Collins is hosting a special screening of the 1981 Joe Dante classic, The Howling, this Saturday at the great New Beverly Cinema, and from what Collins says, it sounds like it’s going to be a fun time!
Hope you didn’t make any plans for Saturday night just yet! This Saturday, June 1st, at 11:59pm I will be hosting a screening of Joe Dante’s 1981 werewolf classic (and franchise starter) The Howling, on glorious 35mm! Come for the Rob Bottin FX, stay for all the smiley face stickers!
As always, it will be at the legendary New Beverly Cinema, located at 7165 Beverly Blvd in Los Angeles (90036), two blocks west of La Brea. Street parking is plentiful (try Formosa) and tickets are a mere 8 bucks at the door – and yes, they take credit cards now »
It's hard to believe that 25 years have passed since the debut of China Beach, in which Emmy winner Dana Delany made a huge impact on the small screen as Army nurse Colleen McMurphy, a complicated character experiencing the physical and emotional horrors of the Vietnam War firsthand and elbow deep. With the complete series now available in a DVD box set just in time for its silver anniversary, Dana takes a stroll down memory lane with ETonline to talk about the show's impact, how the defining role that initially daunted her eventually changed her life -- and how she almost lost the part to Helen Hunt.
Pics: Star Sightings
"The part was originally written [as a] Midwestern girl and she had blonde hair – I think 'the color of wheat' was the description of it, because she was from Kansas -- and I didn’t look like that," says Dana. "I certainly looked wholesome, and I think »
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