12 items from 2016
"He knows what you're here for. He listens to me..." Shyamalan is back with another thriller. Universal has unveiled a trailer for Split, the latest film written & directed by M. Night Shyamalan. The psychological supernatural thriller stars James McAvoy as a man haunted by 23 different personalities in his mind as part of dissociative identity disorder. The full cast includes Anya Taylor-Joy (from The Witch), Haley Lu Richardson, Kim Director, Jessica Sula, Sterling K. Brown, Betty Buckley and Brad William Henke. This looks very interesting, unlike any kind of psychological thriller we've seen before, and I think that's a good thing. The multiple personalities concept is intriguing, and I'm curious if there's a big twist. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for M. Night Shyamalan's Split, direct from YouTube: Though Kevin (James McAvoy) has evidenced 23 personalities to his trusted psychiatrist, Dr. Fletcher (Betty Buckley), there remains one still submerged who »
- Alex Billington
Last year, just one month after director M. Night Shyamalan and producer Jason Blum released their new thriller The Visit, Universal Pictures announced a January 20, 2017 release date for the pair's next movie, Split. We haven't heard anything about this mystery project since then, but today we finally have the first trailer from this harrowing thriller. While James McAvoy has become quite popular for his portrayal of Professor X in 20th Century Fox's X-Men prequel trilogy, Spilt will showcase a much more sinister side to this beloved actor's repertoire.
M. Night Shyamalan returns to the captivating grip of The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable and Signs with Split, an original thriller that arrives in theaters January 2017. Following last year's breakout hit The Visit, Shyamalan reunites with producer Jason Blum (The Purge and Insidious series, The Gift) for the film. This new thriller from Universal Pictures will face some heavy competition on January 20, 2017, going »
Who doesn't love some free swag?
Linda might have a little too much affection for the only redeeming part of conventions on Orange is the New Black Season 4 Episode 5. While she and Caputo were off enjoying laser guns and crab cakes, unrest was brewing back at Litchfield.
Maritza may have (temporarily) saved the day for Ruiz, but Piper's retaliation leads to unexpected consequences for everybody. Not to mention that her not so stealthy con-skills have attracted one guards attention. So much for laying low and doing your time.
Maritza always let on that she's not really as dumb as she acts, and while I'm not claiming that she's some Einstein after this, she did prove that she is a pretty good student of human behavior. Her efforts may not always come off gracefully, but she's quick on her feet.
Her back story wasn't the most compelling, but it still gave »
- Elizabeth Harlow
Orange Is the New Black season four has been out for a week. You've probably made it all the way through the season (at least once). If you haven't, turn back now. If you've made it this far down, you know the devastating fate that befell Samira Wiley's fan-favorite character Poussey Washington and the chaos that ensued. After the inmates of Litchfield staged a peaceful protest against Piscatella (Brad William Henke), he ordered the correction officers to remove the inmates from the tables and get them back to their rooms. Bayley (Alan Aisenberg) was attempting to remove Poussey, which prompted Suzanne (Uzo Aduba) to struggle with him. The result? He accidentally suffocated Poussey. Since the season »
Orange Is the New Black will be missing a member of its family when season five makes its way to Netflix next year. This is your spoiler warning for Orange Is the New Black season four. Season four of the series ended with the inmates staging a peaceful protest in an effort to get Piscatella (Brad William Henke) removed from duty. He ordered the correction officers to remove them from tables and send them back to their bunks and in the ensuing chaos, Poussey (Samira Wiley) was killed by Bayley (Alan Aisenberg). Danielle Brooks, Taystee on the series, said "it's so precious, the work that we all put into that." "Paying homage to our girl, especially being that for me and her we started out »
I'm extremely upset, and I have been all weekend. (Major spoiler warning for Orange Is the New Black's fourth season ahead!) Ever since I finished season four of Orange is the New Black on Friday night, I've been in a state of mourning for Poussey Washington, and for my love of this show. In the second to last episode of the season, Poussey (Samira Wiley) was accidentally murdered by Bayley (Alan Aisenberg) during what started as a peaceful protest in which all of the prisoners stood on tables in an effort to get the abusive, unreasonable, and irritatingly awful guard Piscatella (Brad William Henke) to resign. Piscatella ordered the guards to get the women off the tables, and in the ensuing chaos, Poussey »
[Be warned: detailed spoilers through the end of Season 4 follow.]
It’s no secret that this year, TV character deaths have become a hotly-contested topic, especially given the high percentage of female, people of color and Lgbtq characters who have been killed off. And the fourth season of “Orange is the New Black” just added another character to that list, in a finale that proved to be some of the most brutal television of the year so far.
Read More: Review: ‘Orange is the New Black’ Season 4 Will Wreck You (In the Most Important Ways)
“Prison wasn’t built on humanity,” C.O. Piscatella (Brad William Henke) declares just at the climax of Episode 12, “The Animals,” in which an attempt at peaceful protest backfires in the worst way. Tensions have been building all season long, thanks to overcrowding, racial divisions, the discovery of a guard’s body in the garden and increased guard brutality. So when Piscatella orders his men »
- Liz Shannon Miller
The new season of Orange Is the New Black is filled with new faces, but one in particular looks familiar. The new guard, Desi Piscatella, is played by Brad William Henke, whom you might recognize but not be able to place. He has appeared in a myriad of TV shows since the '90s, including (but not limited to) ER, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Cold Case, Criminal Minds, Shameless, Grimm, Bones, Castle, and, of course, Law & Order. But his résumé has expanded beyond guest-starring roles, as well. Here are five places you may have seen him before! »
- Maggie Pehanick
June 6, 1944. Today marks the 72nd anniversary of D-Day.
On June 7th, Paramount Home Media Distribution will release director Michael Bay’s remarkable 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi.
Hailed as “powerful” (Kyle Smith, New York Post), “engrossing” (Soren Andersen, Seattle Times) and “full of explosive action” (Dan Casey, Nerdist), the film arrives on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and On Demand this Tuesday. (Review)
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi tells the incredible true story of six elite ex-military operators who fought to protect the CIA against overwhelming odds when terrorists attacked a U.S. diplomatic compound on September 11, 2012. The film stars John Krasinski (TV’s “The Office”), James Badge Dale (World War Z) and Pablo Schreiber (TV’s “Orange is the New Black”), and is based on the nonfiction novel 13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi by New York Times best-selling author Mitchell Zuckoff with »
- Movie Geeks
Netflix’s “Orange Is the New Black” may have ended with a rare moment of happiness for our inmates last year, but the newly released trailer for Season 4 promises dark times ahead as Litchfield transitions to a for-profit prison, with 100 new women arriving to make conditions even more cramped and tempers even more frayed.
The new arrivals also bring in a slew of inexperienced guards, and the official plot description for the new season reveals that the racial and economic tensions that run rampant in the halls of Litchfield will contribute to “an unprecedented culture war” in the upcoming episodes.
“Do you know the difference between pain and suffering?” Pennsatucky (Taryn Manning) asks in the new trailer, foreshadowing the chaos to come. “Pain is always there. But suffering is a choice.”
- Laura Prudom
Paul Reubens is back as Pee-wee Herman in the full-length trailer for Pee-wee's Big Holiday! Get ready for his biggest adventure yet. Tried of his dull life, Pee-wee decided to head for the Big Apple, and has one heck of a time trying to get there. This new comedy from producer Judd Apatow will have its world premiere at the SXSW Festival this spring before it streams on Netflix March 18.
In Pee-wee's Big Holiday, a fateful meeting with a mysterious stranger inspires Pee-wee Herman to take his first-ever holiday in this epic story of friendship and destiny. Joe Manganiello is the sexy stranger, who rides a mean hog and only drinks chocolate milkshakes. Pee-Wee Herman's (Paul Reubens) unique morning ritual is finaly broken so he can set off for a cross country road trip that will bring him face to face with some of the world's craziest people. It will »
Over the weekend, Netflix announced a slew of series premiere dates for new shows set to debut on the streaming service throughout the year. Since it isn't a TV series, it wasn't too surprising that one highly-anticipated project wasn't included, the new original movie Pee-wee's Big Holiday. The streaming service announced in July that the movie would debut sometime in March 2016, but today Netflix unveiled the first trailer, which reveals this movie will debut Friday, March 18.
In Pee-wee's Big Holiday, a fateful meeting with a mysterious stranger inspires Pee-wee Herman to take his first-ever holiday in this epic story of friendship and destiny. Unfortunately, we don't get our first look at this stranger in the trailer, so we'll have to wait and see when the next footage arrive. However, we do see Pee-Wee Herman's (Paul Reubens) unique morning ritual that revolves around a number of custom contraptions, and a scene »
12 items from 2016
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