1 | Thinking back to Stranger Things Episode 8…. Is anyone still bothered that Eleven acted out in a jealous manner and sent Mike’s new gal pal Max toppling on her skateboard? Since it wasn’t done in a sassy/funny but mean/cruel way?
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Just when you thought it wasn’t possible for Grace’s pillow mask to get any more unsettling, The Exorcist topped itself by having Andy’s dead wife, Nicole — or something that looked like her, at least — emerge from underneath the fabric at the end of Friday’s episode.
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Yes, that was Alicia Witt (Nashville, Justified) as the dearly departed Mrs. Kim. And, as Season 2 star John Cho previews, the dead woman’s abrupt re-entry into the
The “Oscars for Dogs” features a veritable galaxy of two-legged stars, including hosts James Denton and Beth Stern, Jay Leno, Billy Crystal, Vivica A. Fox, Alison Sweeney, Bailee Madison, Danica McKellar, Daisy Fuentes, Carrie Ann Inaba, Barbara Niven, Brandon McMillan, Lacey Chabert, Danielle Fishel, Wells Adams, Josie Bissett, Kellie Martin, Debbie Matenopolous, Mark Steines, Cameron Mathison, Alexa and Carlos Penavega, Courtney Thorne-Smith, and Alicia Witt during the annual gala at the Beverly Hilton. Richard Marx provides the lead musical performance.
A VIP panel of
Twin Peaks does what it does best in episode fifteen - mingling soap opera, police procedural and the otherworldly. Spoilers ahead...
This review contains spoilers.
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3.15 There's Some Fear In Letting Go
As we draw close to the end of this limited series, bombshells are dropping more consistently. This part was a rip-roaring cocktail of murder, love, and deeply sad goodbyes.
Most of the episode is tragic and violent, so it starts us off with a huge, wonderful reward: the long-delayed union of Big Ed and Norma. I’ll admit, it was abrupt. I suppose we’re meant to understand that Nadine and Jacoby (alias Dr. Amp)’s connection two episodes back led to her decision to let Ed go, but it still
5. I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)
While this movie didn’t get many favorable reviews, Jim Gillespie’s I Know What You Did Last Summer has all the elements of a slasher film. Clueless teenagers and a relentless killer. Loosely adapted from a Lois Duncan novel, Kevin Williamson’s script flips the hit and run incident from a small boy to a fishermen. There was a lot of things that worked in this movie-particularly the attractive cast and the inspiration
We're 11 episodes deep now, and David Lynch and Mark Frost's reborn show is so damned good that it often feels unfair to everything else on television. When these two are operating at their Peak powers, even the best and brightest of the competition can't hold a candle to the duo's ability to leap back and forth between comedy, tragedy, suspense and outright horror
“I like to cut wood,” he continued after a pause and then started to paint a picture of the audience entering a forest. “Tonight, we’re going to a place where the trees are primarily Douglas firs. Douglas firs are a beautiful tree, and if we’re very quiet we can hear the wind rustling the needles as we move through the forest, getting closer and closer, and now we’re here. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the world of Twin Peaks.”
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With no more fanfare, the first two episodes of the “Twin Peaks” return were screened
All extras, keep eating the oysters or you will be shot and killed!
Cecil B DeMented (2000)
This is the John Waters movie with the biggest divide for me between how much I love the concept (a guerilla filmmaking unit kidnapping an A list actress and forcing her to star in their film) and what I think of the actual movie. But, damn, Alicia Witt was on comic fire in this movie as "Cherish". It's clear that Melanie Griffith who headlines had seen Serial Mom (1994) and thought 'I could do that!
Fri 5 May @ 21:00 – Boogeyman (2005) *Network Premiere
Tim (Barry Watson) is haunted by traumatic memories from his past, linked to the death of his father. Desperate to resolve his issues, he returns to the house where he grew up. But while Tim wants to convince himself the ghostly memories he carries are just a figment of his imagination,
In a profile with GQ, Watts called shooting with Lynch “a game of guessing and torture, but in a sort of pleasant way, and then not knowing becomes part of the fun.”
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In the interview, Lynch, the cast and even writing partner Mark Frost some of the ways the auteur has fanatically kept his secrecy about the project:
1. Don’t Even Tell the Cast the Revival Is Happening: Most of the returning cast members had no clue that “Twin Peaks” was returning until they read about the news online and emailed Lynch. His response? “I’ll
The Showtime revival series has been advertised in a number of “Missing” posters — some featuring Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) and some featuring the creepy Bob (Frank Silva). As a nod to the international reach of the original series, the posters have been popping up in Australia.
Somebody in Australia call this phone # – #TwinPeaks pic.twitter.com/idppJ5jGeh
— Twin Peaks (@TwinPeaksArchve) March 5, 2017
The phone number listed at the bottom is for an Australia hotline, but fortunately CNET got video of the call being made. We can hear Angelo Badalmenti’s iconic theme music at the beginning and then some backwards audio of the variety that we could hear in the Black Lodge’s Red Room.
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But was the reveal a good twist? And will Lily return?
TV Fanatic staff writers Christine Laskodi and Sean McKenna and The Winchester Family Business' Alice and Nightsky are ready to dive into this twisty episode.
So put your angel blades down and join in the latest Supernatural Round Table to talk about "Lily Sunder Has Some Regrets."
What was your favorite scene or quote?
Christine: I think my favorite moment was Castiel's apology to Lily. That speech came from such a deep place in Castiel, and it really showed how much he's grown and learned because of Sam and Dean. He's not a soldier for God anymore, and he has regrets.
I also got a nice chuckle out of the entire diner sequence, between everyone squeezing into that
Official Synopsis from the CW: "Lily Sunder (guest star Alicia Witt) steeps herself in black magic, honing her powers for over a century, waiting to exact revenge on a band of angels that murdered her family. Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) must work quickly to stop Castiel (Misha Collins) from becoming her next victim."
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It’s weird to see the two friends on the outs following last week’s killer twist, in which Cas saved the Winchesters’ lives. Sure, Dean is grateful that Cas cares about them, but he’s worried about the cosmic consequences of breaking the death pact with Billie the reaper. So when the hunter isn’t stewing, he’s snarking about agreeing to help Cas’ angel buddies in order to make sure he doesn’t do anything else stupid.
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