6 items from 2015
In the previous episode of Stitchers, the lab was infiltrated by an unknown visitor who may be the same person keeping an eye on Kirsten. Meanwhile, Cameron finally told Kirsten what happened to Marta, Kirsten spotted a serious scar on Cameron's chest and Marta woke up from her coma.
In the fourth episode, "Stitcher in the Rye," Kirsten and the team investigate the death of a conspiracy theorist who just happens to be in possession of the algorithm for the Stitchers program. Meanwhile, Marta reaches out to Kirsten in an attempt to protect her, and Oded Fehr guest stars as Maggie's boss.
Prey: the Light in the Dark is a Reinventing Films production. Based on the comic book, “Prey: The Beginning,” this live action film will give fans of the comic a look at the potential of this franchise. Prey: The Light in the Dark stars Tyler Mane (X-Men), Oded Fehr (Resident Evil 4) and Masashi Odate (The Last Samurai). Nathan Reid, creator of the character and franchise, is currently meeting with studios for optioning.
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Prey: The Light in the Dark is gearing up for production. This film, which is based on the comic book "Prey: The Beginning," involves the supernatural. Prey is a character who can communicate with the dead and he hopes to right their wrongful deaths. Casting is underway for this production, with filming expected to start soon. As well, Reinventing Films has released the first issue comic book, for "Prey: The Beginning." Fans of horror themed comic books can download the twenty-three page graphic below. The short novel shows the character Prey, while highlighting his extraordinary powers. You can take a look below. Director: Mike Grier. Writers: Curtis A. Clark and Nathan Reid. Cast: Oded Fehr, Tyler Mane and Paul Vinson. A trailer for the films is available here: The comic book can be downloaded here: "Prey: The Beginning" Available for Download Source: Prey: The Light in the Dark at Reinventing Films »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
The Atx Television Festival has announced the currently running shows that will be attending the event in Austin, Texas from June 4th to the 7th. The main highlight of the new entries is the presence of the FX series Justified. The appearance of the creators and castmembers at the Atx Festival will mark their first public interaction since the series finale airs in a few weeks, and will also give the show’s crew one more chance to go around the victory lap. Attendees have not been announced yet, but it has been confirmed that creator Graham Yost will be present.
Yost will also be on hand to discuss the show Boomtown, which he also created, and which will be part of a panel titled “Cancelled Too Soon”. Yost will be joined by numerous individuals involved in the show, including producer Jon Avnet and castmembers Neal McDonough, Mykelti Williamson, and Jason Gedrick. »
- Deepayan Sengupta
The hourlong crime series, which began production this January, will star Emma Ishta (“Manhattan Love Story”), Kyle Harris (“The Carrie Diaries”), Allison Scagliotti (Syfy’s “Warehouse 13″), Salli Richardson-Whitfield (Syfy’s “Eureka,” “I Am Legend”) and Ritesh Rajan (“The Last Airbender”).
The original drama follows a young woman (Ishta) who is recruited into a secret government agency to be “stitched” into the minds of the recently deceased, using their memories to investigate murders and help solve mysteries before they go to the grave.
Fehr will play Leslie Turner, the enigmatic head of the covert stitchers program. His character will be introduced in the middle of the season.
Watch the first trailer for “Stitchers”:
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Whenever an artistic medium dares to cheat on its loyal fanbase by scurrying over to another, anger and thinkpieces likely follow. Technology has amped up an uncanny-valley-sort of realism in video games. Movies have added more CGI to its blockbuster spectacles and animation. Thus, the previously distinct media have drawn blurrier lines with consumers none too pleased. Games like Quantic Dreams’ Heavy Rain earn the title of “cinematic”, either as mere descriptor or complaint. A quick gameplay video affirms this: most of the action simply propels the player through a grounded narrative with only a few promptly-timed button mashes driving what looks like an animated movie. Cinema-goers as well have lambasted recent multi-million-dollar projects like Gravity for sequences of first-person, graphics-laden action, not unlike a Call of Duty cut-scene (the latest of which, by the way, features CGI-fied Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey »
- Zach Lewis
6 items from 2015
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