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Elementary Ep.1.09, “You do it to yourself” – Holmes is human after all!

9 December 2012 1:39 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Elementary, Season 1, Episode 9: “You do it to yourself”

Directed by Phil Abraham

Written by Peter Blake

Airs Thursdays at 10pm (Et) on CBS.

Starring Jonny Lee Miller (Sherlock Holmes), Lucy Liu (Joan Watson), Aidan Quinn (Captain Gregson), Jon Michael Hill (Detective Bell).  Guest starring Adam Rothenberg (Liam Danow), Kristy Wu (Jun Annunzio) and Cameron Scoggins (Brendan O’Brien).

This week’s episode of Elementary is a curious one.  We have a murder mystery (nothing new there), but we have Chinese superstitions and troubled exes come into play, establishing the mid-season slump inapplicable.

Although stricken with flu, Holmes investigates a murder of a college professor that was shot in both eyes.  In amidst the investigation, Watson revisits a figure in her past, mirroring her relationship with her sober companion.

Watson also continues to develop in terms of crime-solving skill and general intrigue as we see her visit Liam, a former boyfriend, »

- Katie Wong

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Elementary, Ep. 1.03, “Child Predator”: An engaging and well thought-out episode

28 October 2012 6:12 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Elementary, Season 1, Episode 3: “Child Predator”

Directed by Rob Holcomb

Written by Peter Blake

Airs Thursdays at 10pm (Et) on CBS.

Two episodes in and Elementary hasn’t stood out as a worthwhile UK-to-us adaptation.  It may have made us chuckle with choice moments and the chemistry between lead stars Johnny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu slowly simmers, but as a whole, the show has not become compulsory viewing.

After a short two week break, Elementary comes back with an interesting case of a child kidnapper/murderer called as the “Balloon Man”, who leaves ‘thank you’ balloons for his victims’ parents.  Delving into his clippings from 2005, Holmes refreshes his theories when a new disappearance is reported, leading to a unexpected outcome.

‘Child Predator’ is more engaging and darker than previous episodes – touching on child abuse, unassuming psychos and kidnap, leading to a genuine sense of danger and a well thought-out police case. »

- Katie Wong

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The Beatles’ Restored Yellow Submarine Feature Film Set For Theatrical Release In May

30 April 2012 5:20 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

The Beatles’ classic 1968 animated feature film, Yellow Submarine, has been digitally restored and will be presented on the big screen in select theaters across the United States in May. Emi and Apple Corps Ltd. have teamed with D&E Entertainment (www.DandEentertainment.com) to give Beatles fans of all ages the opportunity to come together and share in this visually stunning movie and soundtrack. On May 5 at the famed Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City, Yellow Submarine will start its theatrical campaign with an 8pm screening.

Currently out of print, the film has been restored in 4K digital resolution for the first time by Paul Rutan Jr.and his team of specialists at Triage Motion Picture Services and Eque Inc.  Due to the delicate nature of the hand-drawn original artwork, no automated software was used in the digital clean-up of the film’s restored photochemical elements. This was all done by hand, »

- Michelle McCue

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The Architecture of Noise: Joseph Nechvatal & Taney Roniger with Bradley Rubenstein

28 March 2012 5:44 PM, PDT | www.culturecatch.com | See recent CultureCatch news »

On the occasion of Joseph Nechvatal's upcoming exhibition at Galerie Richard in New York (April 12 through May 26), the recent publication of his new book Immersion into Noise, and a concert of his remastered viral symphOny in surround sound. Taney Roniger is an artist and writer who lives and works in Brooklyn.

Bradley Rubenstein: We really want to get into the new book, as well as the upcoming show, but can you take a minute and give us a little backstory? You have always slipped in and out of categories: actions, painting, sound art, writing....

Joseph Nechvatal: Well, when I was going to undergraduate art school at Southern Illinois University (Siu), I was making drawings and little gouaches and smaller-type paintings on paper, generally. And they were well-received. I was not so interested in painting on canvas at the time. You have to put it in the perspective of the »

- bradleyrubenstein

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House Gets Wilde Again

23 March 2012 11:38 AM, PDT | Boomtron | See recent Boomtron news »

Lisa Edelstein may not reprising her role as Dr. Cuddy for the House finale, but that doesn’t mean we won’t be seeing other familiar faces! Though she left earlier in the season to pursue her film career full time, Olivia Wilde has made room in her busy schedule to return to say one last goodbye to Gregory House and the rest of his diagnostic team. I was never a big fan of Wilde’s Thirteen, but there’s no denying she was a big part of the show after it’s big cast shuffle in Season 4.

The finale, which airs May 21st, will bring back Thirteen, TVLine reports, but there’s not word yet on why she is coming back. The last time we saw Thirteen, she had already quit working for House, but was coaxed into coming back to help with one more case. At the end of the episode, »

- Brody Gibson

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Exclusive: House Boss Previews 'Fitting' Finale

21 March 2012 1:32 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

House closes out its eight-year run on May 21, but the march towards the final curtain call will begin to play out on screen next month.

Series creator David Shore tells TVLine that a storyline will kick off in late April that will “build” to the show’s swan song. “The final four episodes are, to some extent, [part] of a piece,” he explains. “But the last one is very, very much a much separate culmination of those episodes.”

Shore prefers to keep the specifics of the plot under wraps, but describes the hour-long swan song as “a fitting ending” that will »

- Michael Ausiello

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Spoilers: Which Once Hottie is Returning to the Hunt? Plus: Pretty Little Liars, House, Revenge & True Blood

20 March 2012 5:14 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Spoilers: Which Once Hottie is Returning to the Hunt? Plus: Pretty Little Liars, House, Revenge & True Blood

Once Upon a Time | Which Once hottie is returning to the hunt? At this week's Wondercon in Anaheim, EPs Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis let an an important detail slip about a certain fan-favorite character. The Huntsman, whose alter-ego Graham was killed by Regina earlier this season, will appear in the season finale "A Land Without Magic", which begins shooting this week.

Plus, don't miss the next all-new episode "Hat Trick" on March 25. You can view photos for the episode here.

And on April 1, we'll finally discover why the Evil Queen hates Snow White so much in the episode "Stable Boy". Photos for the episode can be seen here.

Pretty Little Liars | What's next for the Liars of Rosewood? Season 2 may be over, but in under a month, the cast will reunite and »

- Araceli

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House Exclusive: Look Who's Back For the Finale!

20 March 2012 10:52 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

You already know who won’t be returning for House‘s swan song (R.I.P. Cuddy), so how about we get around to telling you who will?

Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that Princeton-Plainsboro alumna Olivia Wilde will reprise her role as Thirteen in the show’s May 21 series finale.

Hot House Video: Inside [Spoiler]‘s Big Acid Trip!

Wilde checked out of House in October to pursue her film career full-time. In her then-final episode, Huntington’s-afflicted Thirteen briefly rejoined the team only to get fired by House, who, oddly, issued the pink slip with the best of intentions: »

- Michael Ausiello

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The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine Feature Film Restored For May 29 Release On DVD And Blu-ray; Film’s Songtrack Album Reissued

20 March 2012 8:05 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

The Beatles’ classic 1968 animated feature film, Yellow Submarine, has been digitally restored for DVD and Blu-ray release on May 28 (May 29 in North America). The film’s songtrack album will be reissued on CD on the same date.

Currently out of print, the film has been restored in 4K digital resolution for the first time by Paul Rutan Jr.and his team of specialists at Triage Motion Picture Services and Eque Inc.  Due to the delicate nature of the hand-drawn original artwork, no automated software was used in the digital clean-up of the film’s restored photochemical elements.  This was all done by hand, frame by frame.

Bonus features for the Yellow Submarine DVD and Blu-ray include a short making-of documentary titled “Mod Odyssey” (Trt: 7:30), the film’s original theatrical trailer, audio commentary by producer John Coates and art director Heinz Edelmann, several brief interview clips with others involved with the film, »

- Michelle McCue

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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Grey's Anatomy, Castle, Glee, Criminal Minds, Gossip Girl and More!

28 February 2012 5:13 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Just want to say hi? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com.

Question: Any word on the status of contract talks between Grey’s Anatomy and Ellen Pompeo, Patrick Dempsey, Sandra Oh, Justin Chambers, etc.? I’m starting to get nervous. —Carrie

Ausiello: No, but remember how Shonda Rhimes hinted to me last month that the season ends in a way that could accommodate any number of possible cast departures? Well, get this: I hear a late April episode will follow Alex, Meredith, Jackson, April »

- Michael Ausiello

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'A life crammed with many separate talents': Len Deighton remembers Ted Dicks

3 February 2012 4:38 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Tucked away behind the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, there is a row of hidden studios. During the second world war they were used by the Special Operations Executive to train agents who were about to be dropped into German-occupied Europe. Later, they housed the painters, illustrators and graphic designers of the Royal College of Art. We formed an intimate and cheerful community of about 150 students leaning heavily towards eccentric talent, such as Bruce Lacey, Ray Hawkey, John Norris-Wood, Joe Tilson, Peter Blake and Ted Dicks.

Ted was not only a versatile musician and composer but also a writer and painter. With a handful of other high-spirited students, Ted created the annual one-night-only entertainment that was a popular feature of the college. Scenery was painted by everyone, the fashion department was raided, a local brewery donated a lot of beer and the end result was a minor sensation. »

- Len Deighton

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