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Outcast: Season Two Episode Descriptions Released for Cinemax Series

21 March 2017 5:08 PM, PDT | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Warning: Outcast season two spoilers. While Cinemax has not yet announced the Us season two premiere date for its Outcast TV show, in UK, the second season premieres on Fox, Monday, April 3, 2017, at 10:00pm. The British broadcaster has released episode descriptions for Outcast, season two. Check them out, below.A horror drama based on the Skybound/Image comic by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta, Outcast stars Patrick Fugit as Kyle Barnes. The Cinemax TV series cast also includes Philip Glenister, Wrenn Schmidt, David Denman, Reg E. Cathey, Kate Lyn Sheil, Madaleine McGraw, and Brent Spiner. Joining the series in the second season are Briana Venskus, C. Thomas Howell, Chris Green, M.C. Gainey, Madelyn Deutch, Hoon Lee, and Gabriel Bateman.Read More… »


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The Blacklist Season 4 Episode 14 Review: The Architect

16 February 2017 10:09 PM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Might Mr. Kaplan be the person behind the attack on Red and his organization?

Who else would know the inner workings of Red’s operation and hit at him in such a personal way?

Unfortunately, The Blacklist Season 4 Episode 14 didn’t reveal who the person is that’s behind it all, rather, waiting until the last moments to explain that it was “Red” who hired Isabella Stone.

I'm guessing that the true reveal that’s it’s been Mr. Kaplan all along will probably be in the winter finale.

After all, there’s been no sign of her since she got out of the woods on The Blacklist Season 4 Episode 8, and it just feels like the direction the series is headed.

What could be more personal of a showdown than one between Red and Mr. Kaplan?

But Red’s dealings (and portrait experiences) were a small part of the hour. »

- Sean McKenna

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The Blacklist Photo Preview: A Star Trek Connection

14 February 2017 2:00 PM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

It’s been awhile since Aram has gotten in on the action, hasn’t it?

Well, according to these photos from The Blacklist Season 4 Episode 14, the master computer whiz of the FBI team looks to be going undercover.

And is he attending a hacking competition hosted by Brent Spiner of Star Trek fame?

Plus, Liz and Ressler seem really interested in some graffiti. Maybe Banksy is the new blacklister of the week.

Either way, boot up these photos from “The Architect” for your sneak peak at the upcoming episode!

1. Red and Dembe make a grand entrance - The Blacklist Season 4 Episode 14 Red and his No. 2, Dembe, are both headed to the FBI office. Have they got a new tip on a blacklister? Maybe info on Isabella Stone? 2. Dembe pauses to check out the area - The Blacklist Season 4 Episode 14 The quiet Dembe looks all business. He could use a Highlights »

- Sean McKenna

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Star Trek: Tng: Jonathan Frakes on the Series' Family, His New Directing Jobs

3 February 2017 5:48 PM, PST | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Are you a fan of Star Trek: The Next Generation? Recently, Jonathan Frakes spoke about his time filming the classic TV series, CBC reports.Frakes played Commander William Riker on the sci-fi show, which also starred Patrick Stewart, LeVar Burton, Denise Crosby, Michael Dorn, and Brent Spiner. Star Trek: The Next Generation ran for seven seasons before ending in 1994.Read More… »


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Gargoyles: revisiting an underappreciated Disney series

22 January 2017 8:12 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

David Baldwin Jan 30, 2017

Disney's Gargoyles was filled to the brim with creativity, mythology and great characterisation...

To get a sense of why Disney series Gargoyles stands as one of the more ambitious animated serials to have come out of the 90s, a good place to start is the episode Avalon Part 2. The second in a three part narrative taken from the show’s elongated second season, it begins with one iteration of the villainous Archmage, voiced with glorious ham by David Warner, asking a doppelganger whether he’s certain he knows what to do. To which the doppelganger replies “I should… I watched you do it.”

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Said exchange doesn’t make much sense until the end of the episode, when the lines are repeated to an audience now fully informed, who have just seen two versions of the same character travel between »

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Outcast: Season Two Casts Briana Venskus in Major Role

6 January 2017 5:09 PM, PST | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Outcast has some new company. Variety reports Briana Venskus has joined season two of the Cinemax TV series.Based on the comic by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azeceta, the horror drama follows a young man who has been plagued by demonic possession all his life. The cast includes Patrick Fugit, Philip Glenister, Wrenn Schmidt, David Denman, Reg E. Cathey, Kate Lyn Sheil, and Brent Spiner.Read More… »


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Review: Woody Allen's "Stardust Memories" (1980); Twilight Time Blu-ray Limited Edition

5 January 2017 6:47 AM, PST | | See recent CinemaRetro news »

“Allen’S 9-1/2”

By Raymond Benson

If one facetiously counted the number of films Woody Allen made beginning in 1969 and throughout the 70s, there would be eight that he wrote and directed (seven of which he also starred in), plus a movie that he only wrote and starred in—Play It Again, Sam, for which I’ll count as 1/2, making Stardust Memories number 9-1/2. Appropriately, this film seems to intentionally pay homage to Federico Fellini’s own masterwork, 8-1/2 (1963), which was about a filmmaker who didn’t know what movie he wanted to shoot next. Stardust Memories, released in 1980 after the huge successes of Annie Hall and Manhattan (with critically-acclaimed Interiors in-between), is also about a filmmaker in search of the picture he wants to make.

It wasn’t well-received at the time. I recall leaving the theater in anger. How could Woody be so contemptuous of his audience? It was as if his character, »

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