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Christmastime is a cinephile’s dream. Not only will they have a smorgasboard of memorabilia, Criterion Collection blu-rays and old props from the set of a Jim Jarmusch movie that went for surprisingly little money at auction under their tree come the morning of December 25th, that’ll be the icing on the cake of a whole month of superlative festive films. From It’s A Wonderful Life to Die Hard to A Muppets Christmas Carol (which features both the definitive Scrooge in Michael Caine and the definitive Charles Dickens in Gonzo), the schedules and cinemas are stuffed with classic Christmas films.
Some people’s movie tastes skew a little darker, though. A little bloodier. A little lighter on the festive cheer, a little heavier on the buckets of gore and B-movie production values. Horror film makers don’t miss a trick, though, and having already mined Halloween, »
- Tom Baker
Vicki Michelle was the fourth celebrity to be evicted from the jungle on Thursday night's episode of I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!. The comedy actress, who leaped into the spotlight as Yvette Carte-Blanche in the iconic 1980s comedy 'Allo 'Allo, faced her fears alongside the likes Edwina Currie and Kendra Wilkinson in the jungle reality show. Here are her jungle highlights…
How are you feeling, Vicki?
"I will never forget my jungle experience, but it feels fabulous to be out in the real world. It was much harder than I thought it would be - but in a weird, sadistic, masochistic way it was fun. We were living in a rainforest. I woke up every morning thinking, 'I'm living a life that I'd never have at home'."
How would you sum up your jungle experience?
"It was a fantastic experience that I'll never forget. We had to »
The latest promo for The Royals has been released, giving us an exciting sneak peek at what's to come! The brand new E! series is centered around a fictional, modern-day British Royal family and stars Elizabeth Hurley as Queen Helena, along with an impressive ensemble cast that includes Vincent Regan, William Moseley, and Alexandra Park, as well as Joan Collins! Created and directed by One Tree Hill's Mark Schwahn, The Royals promises plenty of drama, sex, intrigue, and power struggle, along with several other interesting tidbits that we discovered in the brand-new trailer... King Simon goes shooting with his brother Cyrus, who then turns the gun on his brother...or so it »
E! has announced that their first dramatic series, The Royals, will debut on March 15th at 10pm. The cast includes Elizabeth Hurley, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Vincent Regan, Merritt Patterson, Jake Maskall, Ukweli Roach, Tom Austen, Sophie Colquhoun, and Oliver Milburn. Joan Collins will guest star.
Here are the details:
E! Sets Premiere For First Scripted Drama Series “The Royals” For March 15Th At 10Pm Et
The Ten Episode, Hour-Long Original Drama Created By Mark Schwahn Stars Elizabeth Hurley, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, and Vincent Regan As The Devious Family At The Helm Of The Series’ Corrupt Monarchy
Los Angeles – December 4, 2014 – Love, hate, lust and revenge will be taken to a delightfully decadent new level when E! premieres the network’s first scripted series, “The Royals,” on Sunday, March 15that 10pm Et. »
As true die-hard Cara fans it’s hard to remember a time when she wasn’t in our lives. From her very first photo shoot aged 10 for Vogue Italia to becoming one of the most sought after models in the world she really has conquered the modelling industry and our hearts. Anyone who’s foolish enough to say ‘Cara who?’ will be more than likely to recognise her huge billboards for top designers such as Burberry and Dkny but there is much more to the Cara we know then meets the eye.
Standing slightly smaller than your average model at just 5 foot 7 that didn’t stop the girl who was spotted by the same talent scout as Kate Moss go on and rise to the dizzy heights of a superstardom. Born into a family who are used to the spotlight (Her grandmother was lady-in-waiting to Princess Margaret and her own Godmother is Joan Collins! »
- Cheish Merryweather
We've got some exciting news—the official premiere date for E!'s The Royals has officially been announced! The hour-long scripted drama series, which will focus on the lives of a fictional modern-day monarchy in England, will premiere on Sunday, March 15th at 10pm Et. The show stars Elizabeth Hurley as Queen Helena, along with an impressive ensemble cast that includes Vincent Regan as King Simon, William Moseley as Prince Liam, Alexandra Park as Princess Eleanor and Merritt Patterson as Ophelia, Liam's American lover. The legendary Joan Collins will also star as Hurley's mother, the Grand Duchess of Oxford, and the story will center around the drama, secrets, and scandal behind the »
Happy December! Its hard to believe the holiday season is really here, but, with Christmas only a few weeks away now, it seems like time is just ticking away. And if you’re still in need of some gift ideas, thankfully there are a handful of Blu-rays and DVD’s coming out this Tuesday that would make perfect gifts to go under the tree (or tucked in the stockings) this year.
Scream Factory is giving horror fans a double dose of terror this week with their Tales From the Crypt/Vault of Horror Blu-ray and sci-fi fans can finally bring Caesar and all his primate friends home, as 20th Century Fox pulling out all the stops with a stunning collector’s edition of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes too. A few Star Trek: The Next Generation titles are also getting a high-def release on December 2th and »
- Heather Wixson
The Fashion Police panel is getting a major facelift.
In addition, the seat formerly occupied by George Kotsiopoulos will now be claimed by Brad Goreski. A celebrity stylist, Goreski got his start on Bravo’s The Rachel Zoe Project before landing his own spin-off, It’s a Brad Brad World.
Making their Bluray debut here in the U.S., Amicus Films’ film adaptions of Tales From The Crypt and Vault Of Horror scores well, courtesy of Scream Factory. The two anthology films,featuring excellent short stories pulled right from the classic E.C. Comics, look better than ever, and in the case of Vault Of Horror, offers viewers three different editions to choose from.
For fans of both classic anthologies, or just new viewers stumbling upon them, Scream Factory really does yet another excellent job bringing new life to classic horror films dying to enter your collection.
1972’s Tales From The Crypt has everything that a good anthology needs: great storytelling, excellent performances and having the direction by Hammer mainstay Freddie Francis doesn’t hurt either. While a lot of people who haven’t seen the film thus far might expect a creepy and entertaining anthology entry, what they’re »
- Jerry Smith
The Bit Player screens at Landmark’s Plaza Frontenac Cinemas on Tuesday, November 18 at 4:30 Pm and Thursday, November 20 at 2:15 Pm as part of the 23rd Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival. For 11/18 tickets go here. For 11/20 tickets go here.
Just as in the 1982 classic pop tune from Huey Lewis and the News, poor Loida (Vilma Santos) is “takin’ what they’re givin’, cause I’m workin’ for a livin'”. While she is the lead character in her own story, to the rest of the world (or at least Filipino mass media) she’s The Bit Player, a lowly extra for movies and TV shows. As her tale begins, the single mother has just left the set and is fixing s a meal for her teenage daughter. Another payment’s due for her school, so Loida’s got to get another gig. A text comes through and, after »
- Jim Batts
Scream Factory delayed the Tales from the Crypt / Vault of Horror Blu-ray release, but for good reason: they’re prepping three different cuts of Vault of Horror. To hold horror hounds over until this much-anticipated Blu-ray becomes available on December 2nd, Scream Factory has given us a look at three clips and an original trailer that show off the movies’ high-definition upgrades.
“Scream Factory invites you to embrace the chills this December with two classic British horror films! On December 2nd, 2014, Scream Factory will release Tales from the Crypt and Vault of Horror on Blu-ray for the first time! Featuring the rare, uncut version of Vault of Horror, the two disc set includes three different cuts of the cult classic. The first disc will include Tales from the Crypt and Vault of Horror’s uncut widescreen presentation. The second disc will include Vault of Horror’s theatrical PG cut and »
- Derek Anderson
Stars (the voices of): Martin Freeman, Newell Alexander, Noel Clarke, Joan Collins, Tim Conway, David Cowgill, Tim Curry, Holly Dorff, Pam Ferris, Nicholas Guest, Ashley Tisdale | Written by Tony Nottage, Ricky Roxburgh | Directed by Leon Joosen, Aaron Seelman
Every year there seems to be an inordinate amount of new CGI Christmas movies thrust upon unsuspecting supermarket shoppers – after all, most folks buy theses types of titles on impulse whilst browsing in the likes of Asda, Tesco et al. Titles that are watched once or twice and then sit on the shelf for the most of the next year or, even worse, are tossed in to the “get rid” pile (I know you all have one). Saving Santa is one such film.
Once upon a time, Santa operated with just a small workshop and a few elves. But, as Christmas has grown ever bigger, Santa has been forced to innovate! »
- Phil Wheat
Will the real Gordon Ramsay please stand up?
Then again, he doesn’t have much time to sit still.
There’s the Gordon Ramsay who’s the host of four network TV shows, watched by millions of viewers every week.
There’s the producer who’s president of One Potato Two Potato, giving notes behind the scenes and coming up with ideas for shows that turn into hits around the globe.
There’s the restaurateur who’s owner of 24 eateries worldwide and holder of seven coveted Michelin stars.
There’s the marathon runner and the Ironman triathlete who just competed in the Kona World Championships. He’s got three more slated for next year, perfectly scheduled between production cycles of his shows, naturally.
And then there’s the devoted husband to Tana and father of four: Megan, Jack, Holly and Matilda.
So how does he balance it all? “The secret of my success »
- Debra Birnbaum
“Dynasty” star Joan Collins will guest star on an upcoming episode of Pop's new series “Queens of Drama,” TheWrap has learned. TheWrap also has an exclusive first photo from the set of the show, featuring Collins with co-star Donna Mills. See photos: Party Report in Pictures: Jennifer Lawrence, Reese Witherspoon, Jon Stewart and SNL's Week Off “Queens of Drama” is a docu-series featuring daytime and primetime soaps stars as they attempt to produce a new primetime serial drama to star in. The cast will need to work in front of and behind the cameras as they develop, pitch, and produce this new. »
- Linda Ge
Scream Factory delayed the Tales From The Crypt / Vault of Horror Blu-ray release, but it will be well worth the delay, as they confirmed that they’re prepping three different cuts of Vault of Horror:
“Scream Factory invites you to embrace the chills this December with two classic British horror films! On December 2nd, 2014, Scream Factory will release Tales from the Crypt and Vault of Horror on Blu-ray for the first time! Featuring the rare, uncut version of Vault of Horror, the two disc set includes three different cuts of the cult classic. The first disc will include Tales from the Crypt and Vault of Horror’s uncut widescreen presentation. The second disc will include Vault of Horror’s theatrical PG cut and a rare open-matte version of the BFI master. The release also includes an original trailer and an alternate opening scene for Vault of Horror.
- Jonathan James
Fans of the classic British anthology film adaptions of E.C. Comics’ Tales From The Crypt and Vault Of Horror can rejoice, as they both are set to make their Bluray debut, as a double feature this December 2nd from Scream Factory. It not only marks the first time each film has been on Bluray, but also gives fans Three different versions of 1973’s Vault Of Horror, with the double feature’s first disc containing Tales From The Crypt and Vault Of Horror uncut, and the second disc containing both the theatrical PG-rated cut, and a special rare open matte version of the original master.
Personally, I couldn’t be more excited about this release, being a huge fan of ever incarnation of Tales From The Crypt, from this anthology to the great TV series, there a devilish feeling to it all, that makes for some great entertainment!
- Jerry Smith
Earlier this week, Scream Factory revealed they are releasing The Food of the Gods and Frogs next summer, and now the distributor has horror hounds looking forward to a creature feature season when school lets out, as four more titles have been brought onto the Blu-ray docket, pitting humans against a prehistoric reptile, a mutated octopus, killer ants, and a devilish king cobra.
From Scream Factory: “Since our announcement earlier this week of our double-bill of Food Of The Gods & Frogs went over so well with the majority, we thought it would be exciting/surprising if we followed it up and revealed Four more “Animal-Creature attack” films coming sometime next Summer for the first time on the blu-ray format! So without further ado…
- Derek Anderson
Gritty Western starring Gregory Peck as a rancher on the hunt for the four vicious outlaws he believes raped and murdered his wife. Henry King was one of Hollywood's top Western directors, and his actors and scriptwriters remain true to his high standards throughout. Stephen Boyd and Lee Van Cleef are on villain duty while Joan Collins is surprisingly convincing as Peck's Latina ex-flame. »
Al Pacino has received a BFI Fellowship tonight (September 24).
"This is such a great honour... the BFI is a wonderful thing, how it keeps films alive," Pacino told the gathered crowd at the Corinthia Hotel in London.
"It's an honour to be here and receive this. I'm overwhelmed – people I've adored have received this award. I appreciate this so much, thank you."
Pacino has earned many prestigious awards over the course of his career, including a Best Actor Oscar and two BAFTAs.
Any long, celebrated artistic career is allowed a folly or two, and at age 75, Krzysztof Zanussi has come up with a whopper in “Foreign Body.” , with saintly Catholics on one side and depraved corporate villainy on the other. It just might have worked as a clearly outsized parable, but the flat, earnest execution of a haplessly trashy script — one that might as well have originated with Harold Robbins or Sidney Sheldon — only underlines how out of touch the veteran helmer-scenarist is from the 21st-century milieus he hopes to expose. His name will ensure further fest travel, but this multinational production will have a tough time finding critical or commercial support even in its countries of origin.
Pic begins in Italy, where Angelo (Riccardo Leonelli) is bidding a most reluctant farewell to his Polish g.f. Kasia (Agata Buzek). Despite their mutual love (and faith), she is following through on her intention to enter a convent. »
- Dennis Harvey
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