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Promo for Lucifer Season 2 Episode 4 – ‘Lady Parts’

Fox has released a promo for next week’s fourth episode of Lucifer season 2, entitled ‘Lady Parts’, and we have it for you here…

Lucifer And Chloe Investigate A Serial Killer On An All-new “Lucifer” Monday, October 17, On Fox

After the bodies of two young L.A. transplants are found poisoned, Chloe and Lucifer hunt for the killer. Upon Maze convincing Chloe to go out for drinks, which the detective perceives as an act of friendship, but is actually part of a bet between Maze and Lucifer, the two make a shocking decision in the all-new “Lady Parts” episode of Lucifer airing Monday, Oct. 17 (9:01-10:00 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox. (L-204) (TV-14 D, L, V)

Cast: Tom Ellis as Lucifer, Lauren German as Chloe, Db Woodside as Amenadiel, Lesley-Ann Brandt as Maze, Kevin Alejandro as Dan, Scarlett Estevez as Trixie, Rachael Harris as Linda Martin, Tricia Helfer as
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New Criminal Minds Season 10,Episode 21 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Criminal Minds" episode 21 of season 10. The episode is entitled, "Mr. Scratch," and it turns out that we're going to see a possible mind controlling UnSub, prompt the Bau to hunt its ass down, and more. In the new, 21st episode press release: When People Implicated In Murders Claim They Were Influenced By A "Monster," The Bau Looks For An Unsub Controlling Their Minds. Press release number 2: When three people implicated in murders, claim they were attacked by a "clawed shadow monster" at the moment each crime occurred, the Bau is going to search for an UnSub who is controlling their minds. Also, the search for the culprit will put one of the team in jeopardy. Guest stars feature: Bodhi Elfman (Peter Lewis), Thad Luckinbill (Larry Merrin), Kiko Ellsworth (Daniel Karras), Anessa Ramsey (Christine McNeil), Joe Williamson (Bill Kinderman
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Bye-Bye Bin Laden Los Angeles Premiere Pictures

Alexander Loy attends Bye-Bye Bin Laden Los Angeles Premiere. Photo copyright Robert Delgadillo / PR Photos. Paulo Benedeti attends Bye-Bye Bin Laden Los Angeles Premiere. Photo copyright Robert Delgadillo / PR Photos. Cc Perkinson attends Bye-Bye Bin Laden Los Angeles Premiere. Photo copyright Robert Delgadillo / PR Photos. Kiko Ellsworth attends Bye-Bye Bin Laden Los Angeles Premiere. Photo copyright Robert Delgadillo / PR Photos. Walid Amini attends Bye-Bye Bin Laden Los Angeles Premiere. Photo copyright Robert Delgadillo / PR Photos. 09/08/2011 - John Downey III - "Bye-Bye Bin Laden" Los Angeles Premiere - Arrivals - Infusion Lounge at Universal CityWalk - Los Angeles, CA, USA © Robert Delgadillo / PR Photos 09/08/2011 - Cory
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Tru Boxing Gym Grand Opening in Los Angeles Pictures

Jerry Rosenberg attends Tru Boxing Gym Grand Opening in Los Angeles.Photo copyright Koi Sojer / PR Photos Angelique Bates attends Tru Boxing Gym Grand Opening in Los Angeles.Photo copyright Koi Sojer / PR Photos Cheetah attends Tru Boxing Gym Grand Opening in Los Angeles.Photo copyright Koi Sojer / PR Photos Kiko Ellsworth attends Tru Boxing Gym Grand Opening in Los Angeles.Photo copyright Koi Sojer / PR Photos James Tony attends Tru Boxing Gym Grand Opening in Los Angeles.Photo copyright Koi Sojer / PR Photos 08/14/2011 - Lamon Brewster - Tru Boxing Gym Grand Opening in Los Angeles on August 14, 2011 - Tru Boxing Gym - Los Angeles, CA, USA © Robert Delgadillo / PR
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Femme Fatales Brings Heavenly Ladies to 'Angel & Demons'

If you haven't been watching Cinemax' sexy new noire thriller series Femme Fatales, you really don't know what you're missing. Shouldn't one look at Tanit Phoenix, seen right, be enough?

This Friday sees the eighth episode of Cinemax' new sexy series Femme Fatales, a pulpy, episodic anthology of tales where powerful and dangerous women use their survival instincts to escape perilous situations and exude their inner guile. 

The series, borne out of the creators of Femme Fatales Magazine draws its inspiration from film noir and graphic novels, placing the stories in contemporary setting.  Tanit Phoenix (Death Race 2)'s "Lilith" introduces each episode, which feature different casts and storylines, some of which are intertwined. And will Lilith ever find her way into the stories?  Check out our interview with Tanit Phoenix herself to find out!

Check out a sneak-peek clip below of Friday, July 1st's "Angel & Demons," which stars Ellie Cornell
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Exclusive: Femme Fatales: Angel & Demons Clip

Exclusive: Femme Fatales: Angel & Demons Clip
Another all-new episode of Cinemax's hit anthology series Femme Fatales is set to debut this Friday with Angel & Demons, airing at 11pm. This sexy, scary tale finds courageous detectives Wright (Ellie Cornell) and Judson (Kiko Ellsworth) on a desperate search for a serial killer known as the Grim Reaper. After being tipped by strip club owner Leland Ryan (Stephen Macht), they track Charles Solomon (Neil Hopkins), who was seen exiting the club with gorgeous call girl Angelica (Makinna Ridgway). Can they stop the killer before another victim dies? Get a taste of this exciting episode with our exclusive clip below, as well as new photos featuring actors Makinna Ridgway, Neil Hopkins, Kiko Ellsworth, Ellie Cornell, and the show's host Tanit Phoenix.

Click to watch Exclusive: Police Chase the Reaper!

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Femme Fatales episode 1.8, "Angel & Demons" stars Tanit Phoenix, Ellie Cornell, Kiko Ellsworth, Neil Hopkins, Stephen Macht,
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Photos: Halloween Vet in This Week's Episode of Femme Fatales

Cinemax has kicked things up a notch in the "skin"emax realm with a new anthology show called Femme Fatales (from the creators of the magazine of the same name). I haven't seen an episode yet, but I hear the show - which bounces across various genres - is decent. Ellie Cornell, who starred in Halloween 4 and Halloween 5 , is guest stars on this week's episode which airs Friday, July 1 at 11:00Pm on Cinemax. The episode, entitled "Angel & Demons," features two police detectives, Wright (Ellie Cornell) and Judson (Kiko Ellsworth), desperately searching for a serial killer known as the Grim Reaper who stalks a fourth victim on the mean streets of Cuesta Verde - but the killer's identity is not what it seems. Here are some pics...and a random shot of...
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Exclusive: Femme Fatales: Something Like Murder Clip

Exclusive: Femme Fatales: Something Like Murder Clip
Cinemax is set to debut the third episode of its sexy new anthology series Femme Fatales Friday night at 11pm. Something Like Murder follows bored trophy wife Darla (Anya Monzikova), who has plans for her wealthy dull older husband (Ian Gregory) after she meets a sexy masseuse (Carlee Baker). But does her new partner have plans for her? We have an exclusive clip from this shocking and sultry tale, along with a new photo of guest star Anya Monzikova, both of which you can check out below.

Click to watch Exclusive: Possible Intruder!

Femme Fatales episode 1.3, "Something Like Murder" stars Tanit Phoenix, Carlee Baker, Mark Costello, Kiko Ellsworth, Bren Ismail, Misha Gonz-Cirkl, Ian Gregory, Anya Monzikova and is directed by Mark A. Altman.
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The Sexy Tanit Phoenix Hosts Femme Fatales Anthology Series This Friday

Women! The dangerous sex indeed. And the ladies of new Cinemax series 'Femme Fatales' are no different. This new late night anthology series about powerful, sexy and dangerous women premieres this Friday (13 May) at 11:00pm and features a whole host of delectible ladies in various storylines, some of which are intertwined. The series, created by Mark A. Altman ('Castle') and Steven Kriozere stars Ana Alexander, Catherine Annette, Tiffany Brouwer, Christine Donlon, Madison Dylan, Kiko Ellsworth, Reginald C. Hayes, Elizabeth Hirsch-Tauber, Kerry Knuppe, Stephen Macht, Will Poston and Stacy Stas and features the gorgeous host actress/model Tanit Phoenix -below ('Death Race 2, 'Lost Boys: The Thirst'). You can check out the 'Femmes Fatales' artwork below....
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Staunton Hill

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Year: 2009Director: G. Cameron RomeroCast: Kathy Lamkin, Cristen Coppen, Kiko Ellsworth, Paula Rhodes



The year is 1969 (supposedly). A group of friends traveling to a rally in Washington, D.C. hitch a ride with a nice enough fellow they meet up with at a run down gas station. However, a few miles along their journey, the fellow's car breaks down, causing the group to have to hike through the hills in search of shelter and help. They happen upon an isolated farmhouse, which at first seems abandoned. They take it upon themselves to camp out in the barn for the night, only to be greeted by the Stauton family in the morning. This odd bunch consists of the the mother, grandmother, and a mentally challenged adult boy. At first, the family is nice (except the boy, who takes a hammer to one of the traveler's face for saying Hi to him
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Staunton Hill (2009) Movie Review

As his father continues to attempt to rejuvenate his seemingly never-ending “Dead” series, Cameron Romero follows up his debut “The Screening” with another slice of familiar horror in “Staunton Hill”. Although this may sound a little cynical, the film really is pretty basic stuff, being a by the numbers “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” knock off, with youngsters being chased and killed by psychotic rednecks in the rural backwoods. Still, Romero shows himself to be a better director than most, and the film benefits from a decent cast of half recognisable faces, if not names, including Cristen Coppen (“Road Trip”), David Rountree (“XXX2”, and who also scripted), Kiko Ellsworth (from the television series “Heroes” and “Dexter”) and Charlie Bodin (briefly in “Transformer”). The plot is familiar to say the least, set in Virginia in the autumn of 1969 and following five student types who are hitchhiking their way across country to the political rallies taking place in Washington.
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Staunton Hill Now Available on DVD

Already released October 6, 2009 Anchor Bay Entertainments blood-thristy "Staunton Hill" can be found on DVD with a gorey trailer now available. Very much in the horror realm "Staunton Hill" is directed by George A. Romero's son Cameron Romero and despite a straight-to-dvd release much more will be heard from this director once this film gets a wider audience. Check out the trailer for Romero's "Staunton Hill" inside.

A synopsis for "Staunton Hill" can be found here:

"When a group of hikers take off for a weekend of fun and adventure in a remote mountain region, they unwittingly stumble across the Staunton family, for whom the hill is named, and find themselves at the mercy of a depraved, diabolical brood that will stop at nothing to rid their property of these "trespassers." The only law on Staunton's Hill is the law of the Stauntons...and, in this case, the penalty for defying that law is death.
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Cameron Romero Staunton Hill on DVD October 6

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Anchor Bay Entertainment sent us news on the upcoming Cameron Romero film “Staunton Hill” starring Kathy Lamkin, Cristen Coppen and Kiko Ellsworth (Dexter) coming to dvd on October 6th. Here’s the official press release and DVD box art. Beverly Hills, CA - This Halloween, Anchor Bay Entertainment celebrates a legacy of fear with the release of Staunton Hill, a visceral and vicious thriller of merciless suspense and shock. Street date is October 6th. Pre-book is September 3rd, and Srp is $19.97. Directed by the son of legendary cult filmmaker George A. Romero, Cameron Romero is clearly following in his father’s fearful footsteps as a master of terror and suspense. When a [...]
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Staunton Hill Coming to DVD

While Papa George is out touring the world with Survival of the Dead, the younger Romero, Cameron, is set to make his filmmaking debut with Staunton Hill, which will be touching down soon courtesy of Anchor Bay.

Cameron Romero is clearly following in his father’s fearful footsteps as a master of terror and suspense. When a group of hikers take off for a weekend of fun and adventure in a remote mountain region, they unwittingly stumble across the Staunton family – for whom the hill is named – and find themselves at the mercy of a depraved, diabolical brood that will stop at nothing to rid their property of these “trespassers.”

Staunton Hill stars Kathy Lamkin (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, No Country for Old Men), Cristen Coppen (Road Trip, Art School Confidential), Kiko Ellsworth (“Heroes,” “Dexter”), and Cooper Huckabee (Space Cowboys, Tobe Hooper’s The Funhouse).

Check out the cover art below,
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G. Cameron Romero’s Staunton Hill coming to DVD

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Anchor Bay Entertainment gave Fango the official word that it’s releasing Staunton Hill to DVD next month (see the cover art below). The movie, which streets October 6, was directed by G. Cameron Romero, son of zombie master George A. Romero.

Scripted by David Rountree (who also co-stars), Staunton Hill is set at the titular locale in the middle of a remote mountain area. A group of hikers arrive for a weekend jaunt and wind up on the Staunton family property—and needless to say, this twisted bunch doesn’t take kindly to trespassers, setting out to stalk and kill them. The junior Romero’s second fright feature after the as-yet unreleased The Screening, Staunton Hill also toplines Kathy Lamkin (Tea Lady from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake and its prequel), Cristen Coppen, Kiko Ellsworth, Christine Carlo, Paula Rhodes, Charlie Bodin, B.J. Hendricks and The Funhouse’s Cooper Huckabee; the
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First Look at Cameron Romero's Staunton Hill!

Those fiends at Dread Central have got the first trailer from Cameron Romero's (Yep, George Romero's son!) Staunton Hill! The film stars Cristen Coppen (Red Velvet), Kathy Lamkin (Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake), David Roundtree, Paula Rhodes, Kiko Ellsworth (Showtime's Dexter) and Christine Carlo. The film was directed by Cameron Romero from a script by David Rountree. You can visit the movie's official website at: www.stauntonhillthemovie.com. And get a first look at the trailer on Dread Central Here!

Trailer: http://www.dreadcentral.com/story/exclusive-first-look-cameron-romeros-staunton-hill-trailer

Official site: http://www.stauntonhillthemovie.com
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