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5 items from 2010


Top 10 mindf*** TV episodes

7 November 2010 1:46 AM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

Fare such as Smallville's 'Labyrinth' episode and pretty much anything in either the UK or Us version of Life On Mars - even 'Life Is A Rock', the outrageous 'space finale' of ABC's 2008 remake of the original UK BBC series - is not admissable here. We knew that Smallville would continue after Labyrinth's attempts to persuade Clark that his Kryptonian heritage was invented, and since we knew ABC's Life On Mars was heading for the trash anyway, the final episode had no parameters left to respect. Also excluded are episodes of anthologies such as The Twilight Zone, which set out on a weekly basis to mess with our minds. And sorry, Lost definitely also falls into that category.

Here, instead, are the season episodes which 'got us' fair and square without committing canonical suicide...

This is chock-full of spoilers, so be warned...

10: The Prisoner - 'The Chimes Of Big »

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Top 10 mindf*** TV episodes

7 November 2010 1:46 AM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

Fare such as Smallville's 'Labyrinth' episode and pretty much anything in either the UK or Us version of Life On Mars  - even 'Life Is A Rock', the outrageous 'space finale' of ABC's 2008 remake of the original UK BBC series - is not admissable here. We knew that Smallville would continue after Labyrinth's attempts to persuade Clark that his Kryptonian heritage was invented, and since we knew ABC's Life On Mars was heading for the trash anyway, the final episode had no parameters left to respect. Also excluded are episodes of anthologies such as The Twilight Zone, which set out on a weekly basis to mess with our minds. And sorry, Lost definitely also falls into that category.

Here, instead, are the season episodes which 'got us' fair and square without committing canonical suicide...

This is chock-full of spoilers, so be warned...

10: The Prisoner - 'The Chimes Of Big »

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Top 10 mindf*** TV episodes

7 November 2010 1:46 AM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

Fare such as Smallville's 'Labyrinth' episode and pretty much anything in either the UK or Us version of Life On Mars  - even 'Life Is A Rock', the outrageous 'space finale' of ABC's 2008 remake of the original UK BBC series - is not admissable here. We knew that Smallville would continue after Labyrinth's attempts to persuade Clark that his Kryptonian heritage was invented, and since we knew ABC's Life On Mars was heading for the trash anyway, the final episode had no parameters left to respect. Also excluded are episodes of anthologies such as The Twilight Zone, which set out on a weekly basis to mess with our minds. And sorry, Lost definitely also falls into that category.

Here, instead, are the season episodes which 'got us' fair and square without committing canonical suicide...

This is chock-full of spoilers, so be warned...

10: The Prisoner - 'The Chimes Of Big »

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Jennifer Love Hewitt Interview Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

28 September 2010 9:08 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Actress Jennifer Love Hewitt is guest starring on an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, airing on September 29th, in which she plays a rape victim named Vicki, who is brought into the hospital claiming that she has been attacked multiple times by the same man. Detectives Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) are determined to help her stand up to her attacker, but she is in such terror that she denies she has been raped at all and refuses to submit to a rape kit. The investigation soon leads to Los Angeles, where Benson meets Detective Rex Winters (Skeet Ulrich), which will launch the latest installment of the franchise, Law & Order: Los Angeles.

In an interview to promote her guest starring role in the long-running series, and to bring the issue of the backlog of rape kits that still need testing to light, Jennifer Love Hewitt »

- Christina Radish

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'Chloe' leads DGC Awards

8 July 2010 7:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Toronto -- Atom Egoyan's racy marital thriller "Chloe" leads the field with five nominations for the upcoming Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) Awards.

The Liam Neeson, Amanda Seyfried and Julianne Moore-starrer from Sony Pictures Classics will challenge for best feature, best movie direction for Egoyan, and in three craft categories.

The Dgc kudosfest also handed out four nominations each to the CBS cop dramas "The Bridge" and "Flashpoint," both of which are lensed in Toronto.

Also contending in the best movie direction competition is Penelope Buitenhuis for "A Wake," George Mihalka for "Faith, Fraud & Minimum Wage," and Reginald Harkema for "Leslie, My Name is Evil."

The best TV direction competition will be fought over by Adrienne Mitchell for "Durham County," Robert C. Cooper for "Stargate Universe," Helen Shaver for "The Bridge" and Holly Dale for "Flashpoint."

The Dgc will also hand out a lifetime achievement award to director »

- By Etan Vlessing

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