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Rollback Review: Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 5

And now we finally get to the best one of all. The true peak of Buffy. The Season where it truly was at its finest hour.

After a shaky Season Four, Buffy returned in style for its fifth season, constructing 22 episodes full of strong characters, a brilliant arc, heartbreaking moments and some of the best hours that the show ever produced. Whilst all the previous Seasons of Buffy had numerous good qualities, it’s fifth just seemed to have everything. From the intense, gripping story-arc of Season Two, to the consistently brilliant episodes of Season Three, to the superb stand-alone hours of Season Four, Season Five is an example of a show at full throttle. It’s brimming with confidence, it knows exactly where it’s taking the story – and explores new routes for our characters that we didn’t even think we’d see.

So, what makes Season Five so great?
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Double Threat Zuher Khan - On the Fast Track to Filmmaking and Acting Success

New York native Zuher Khan isn’t wasting any time. Growing up with aspirations to both act and produce on/for big screen and TV, he decided, at age 19, to produce the film "3 Holes And A Smoking Gun,” from a script by veteran writer Scott Fivelson (“Route 666”). For the next 3 years Khan did just that - raised the money, cast the film, oversaw production and post-production. For cast, he successfully locked in Golden Globe Winner Joaquim de Almeida who starred opposite Sandra Bullock in Warner Bros. "Our Brand Is Crisis", "Desperado" with Antonio Banderas, and "Fast Five" with The Rock and Vin Diesel. He also cast in the other lead roles, the great character actors Rudolf Martin who starred in film "Sword...

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New NCIS Season 12,Episode 1 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS released the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "NCIS" episode 12 of season 1. The episode is entitled, "Twenty Clicks," and it sounds like things will get very drama-filled and extremely intense as Gibbs and McGee come under heavy attack in Russia while the rest of the team tries to rescue them, and more! In the new,1st episode press release: When Gibbs and McGee's mission overseas is compromised, the NCIS team is going to race to locate them before a Russian mercenary group. Press release number 2: Gibbs and McGee will travel to Russia to safely escort home an NCIS computer engineer connected to classified intel, but their mission is going to be compromised and they will be forced to go off the grid while hunted by a Russian mercenary group. In the meantime, the team in D.C. will frantically use every asset and inter-agency contact they
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New Mistresses Season 2,Episode 2 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By ABC

Recently, ABC served up the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Mistresses" episode 2 of season 2. The episode is entitled, "Boundaries," and it sounds like things will get quite interesting as Savannah has to work with a new hot chick at the firm, Karen testifies against crazy Elizabeth Grey, and more. In the new, 2nd episode 2 press release: Romance, work ,and ghosts from the past are going to bring challenges to the four friends. Press release number 2: April will throw caution to the wind and begin a blissful affair with handsome artist ,Daniel Zamora (guest star Ricky Whittle). In the meantime, Josslyn and Harry will seem to clash over everything when they’re hired to throw a lavish party for a wealthy housewife (guest star Krista Allen). Savannah is going to return to the firm ,and bristles at sharing an office with stunning new attorney ,Antonia Ruiz (guest star
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Preview a Sinister Killer in this Bela Kiss: Prologue Trailer

Bela Kiss: Prologue is a film about a female serial killer. This murderess is rumoured to have killed twenty-three young women, during or shortly after World War I. Now, this ferocious killer will be shown in a cinematic form December 3rd, 2013, on DVD and VOD. The film stars Kristina Klebe (Zone of the Dead), Rudolf Martin (Swordfish) and Fabian Stumm. Now, an intriguing trailer is available for the film. In the clip, a hotel is the center of much bloodshed as five bank robbers look for a safe haven. But, a killer lives in these ancient walls. This German shot film will be available on several video-on-demand formats, beginning December 3rd (English language). Fans of mystery and intrigue can preview the launch below. Release Date: December 3rd, 2013 (DVD, VOD, iTunes, Amazon, Hulu, Xbox, PlayStation, and Vudu). Director/writer: Lucien Förstner. Cast: Kristina Klebe, Rudolf Martin, Fabian Stumm, Ben Bela Böhm and Janina Elkin.
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First Stills, Trailer, and Release Info for Bela Kiss: Prologue

We've been talking about Bela Kiss: Prologue, based on the famous true story of a Hungarian serial killer, for a while; and now that it's heading to VOD in just a few days, we have some stills and the trailer to share.

The story of the real Bela Kiss is notoriously known around the world and now, on the 100th anniversary, has been brought to the screen. The unfolding of events takes place in the Hungarian countryside and stars Kristina Klebe (Halloween, Zone of the Dead) and Rudolf Martin (Swordfish, "NCIS") as Bela Kiss. Bela Kiss: Prologue is written and directed by Lucien Förstne.

Synopsis:

Bela Kiss was one of the most brutal serial killers who ever lived, having killed 23 young women during the beginning of World War I. Their blood-drained bodies were found in metal barrels, conserved in alcohol, while Bela Kiss was never found. According to rumors he has been seen,
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Trailer and Release Details for Bela Kiss: Prologue

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It has been announced that Bela Kiss: Prologue will be making its way to the Us, Canada, and a number of other countries around the world on VOD early next month. Here’s a look at the official trailer:

“New York City, NY – Tuesday, November 26th – Shock Till You Drop, in association with Mirror Maze GmbH and Continental Media, is pleased to announce the release of Bela Kiss: Prologue, the highly-anticipated film based on the life and legend of the man himself. The story of Bela Kiss is notoriously known around the world, and now, on the 100th anniversary, has been brought to the screen. The unfolding of events takes place in the Hungarian countryside, and stars Kristina Klebe (Halloween, Zone of the Dead) and Rudolf Martin (Swordfish, NCIS) as Bela Kiss.

Bela Kiss was one of the most brutal serial killers who ever lived, having killed 23 young women during
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Shock Till You Drop to Release Horror Film Bela Kiss: Prologue

Shock Till You Drop, in association with Mirror Maze GmbH and Continental Media, has announced the release of Bela Kiss: Prologue , a film based on the life and legend of the man himself. The story of Bela Kiss is notoriously known around the world, and now, on the 100th anniversary, has been brought to the screen. The unfolding of events takes place in the Hungarian countryside, and stars Kristina Klebe ( Halloween , Zone of the Dead ) and Rudolf Martin ( Swordfish , "NCIS") as Bela Kiss. Bela Kiss was one of the most brutal serial killers who ever lived, having killed 23 young women during the beginning of the First World War. Their blood-drained bodies were found in metal barrels, conserved in alcohol while Bela Kiss was never found. According to rumors, he has been...
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Dracula: 10 on-screen versions from Bela Lugosi to Buffy

Sarah Dobbs Jun 21, 2017

As news arrives that Sherlock's creators are working on a Dracula adaptation, here are 10 screen versions of Bram Stoker's character...

Dracula is one of the classic monster stories. It’s the quintessential vampire tale; most of our ideas about what a vampire is, what a vampire does, and what a vampire can be killed by come from Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel. And while elements of the story have been woven into countless other vampire-themed books, films, and TV shows, it’s Dracula that we keep coming back to, over and over. Sherlock creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss are in talks about reviving the character once again for a BBC miniseries, but before that arrives, let’s take a look back at ten other versions of the world’s most famous vampire…

See related Kevin Feige on Black Panther, female superhero movie Thor: Ragnarok - Thor's roommate won't be in it Nosferatu (1922)

Who plays Dracula? Max Schreck.

What’s the story? It’s a pretty faithful, if pared down, version of the Dracula story: a clerk is sent out to meet a mysterious client in a spooky castle, realises he’s a monster, and tries to flee, only for his own wife to fall victim to the vampire’s spell. It’s silent, black and white, and gorgeous.

What makes it special? What’s kind of amazing about this film is that it almost didn’t survive. The production didn’t have the approval of Bram Stoker’s estate, and despite changing a few details – the vampire here is known as Count Orlok, not Dracula, and the other names and locations have also been altered – it’s close enough that when the Stokers sued, a court ordered all copies of the film to be destroyed.

Luckily for us, one survived. It’s incredibly creepy, all weird angles and lurking shadows, and Schrek plays the vampire as a proper monster. There’s nothing seductive about him, he’s just terrifying. Even now. Especially now, maybe, now that we’re jaded and cynical about special effects and CGI. Because this film looks scarier than anything created on a computer, and it’s all real.

Dracula (1931)

Who plays Dracula? Bela Lugosi.

What’s the story? Based on a popular stage adaptation of Dracula, this is another mostly faithful adaptation, though the characters have been shuffled a bit. Here, it’s Renfield, not Jonathan, who goes out to meet Dracula in his castle in Transylvania. Jonathan and Lucy get shunted off to the side of the story, with Mina taking centre stage, while Dr Seward, head of the lunatic asylum, is recast as her father. Lugosi is a much sexier Count than Schreck, and the subtext about Mina’s sexual awakening is, er, pretty much text here.

What makes it special? Oh, everything. It’s beautiful to look at, for one thing. It’s got a bit of a sense of humour, though not enough to stop it from being insanely creepy. Lugosi makes the role completely his own; when people think of Count Dracula, this is the version most of them imagine. Interestingly, this version also does a lot more with Renfield’s story than the original novel, and Dwight Frye is fantastic in that role. Even if you think you’ve seen too many Dracula parodies to enjoy Lugosi’s rendition of the Count, this film is worth watching for Dwight Frye alone.

Dracula (1958)

Who plays Dracula? Christopher Lee.

What’s the story? It’s Dracula, but slightly wonky. It starts with Jonathan Harker setting off to visit Castle Dracula – but this time, he knows what he’s in for, and is planning to kill the Count. He fails, leaving Van Helsing to take up the hunt. Most of the characters have been shuffled around: Jonathan is engaged to Lucy, who’s Arthur’s sister, and Arthur is married to Mina. It’s not obvious why that reshuffle had to happen, because it doesn’t make a huge amount of difference to how things play out. It’s still Mina who has to fight to extricate herself from Dracula’s clutches in the end.

What makes it special? Dracula was one of the first Hammer Horror films, and it was massively successful. It spawned eight sequels, including The Brides of Dracula, Dracula Has Risen from the Grave, and Taste The Blood of Dracula, and it basically shaped the horror genre for a good couple of decades. But what’s special about it today is the cast. Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing are always good value, and here, as the evil Count and the scholarly vampire hunter determined to kill him off, they’re brilliant.

Count von Count, Sesame Street (1972)

Who plays Dracula? Originally Jerry Nelson, and now Matt Vogel.

What’s the story? Okay, this is kind of a cheat. Count von Count isn’t actually called Dracula, but he’s so clearly modelled on Bela Lugosi’s portrayal of the great vampire that I couldn’t just leave him out. The character appears to be based on the idea that vampires are obsessed with counting – folklore from all over the world has it that if a vampire encounters a pile of rice or other grains, they won’t be able to do anything until they’ve counted it all. The Count loves to, er, count.

What makes it special? The fact that Sesame Street included a vampire character is kind of amazing, and the fact that he speaks in a parody of Lugosi’s accent, and wears that cape, well, it’s just sort of brilliant. The earliest incarnations of the Count were a bit spooky, but apparently kids found his maniacal laughing and tendency to zap people who interfered with his counting a bit scary, so he was made cuter and goofier. He’s basically the most adorable incarnation of Dracula you’ll ever find.

Blacula (1972)

Who plays Dracula? Charles Macaulay.

What’s the story? This film is about one of Dracula’s protégés, rather than Dracula himself. After an African prince approaches Dracula for help dealing with the slave trade, he gets bitten and sealed in a coffin for centuries. Popping out in the 1970s, Mamuwalde – dubbed “Blacula” by the Count – sets about trying to win the heart of a woman he believes to be the reincarnation of his dead wife.

What makes it special? Isn’t the idea of a blaxploitation take on Dracula special enough for you? William H. Marshall plays the first ever black vampire in this movie, and since there haven’t been all that many since, that’s still pretty notable. The fashion is glorious, and the music is wonderful too. The plot is, well, kind of flimsy, and pretty slow, and it actually verges on being kind of boring, but there’s something pretty cool about it nonetheless.

Blood for Dracula (1974)

Who plays Dracula? Udo Kier.

What’s the story? A sickly Dracula is starving to death due to the lack of available virgins in Romania, so he travels to Italy in search of a bride. Unfortunately, the family of impoverished aristocrats he ends up staying with employs a rather rapey handyman, and there may not be any virgins left for him.

What makes it special? Produced by Andy Warhol, this is definitely one of the strangest takes on the Dracula story. Many of the established tropes are present – Dracula doesn’t have a reflection, and can’t stand garlic - but rather than being powerful and seductive, Kier’s Count is almost pitiable. He spends much of the film in a wheelchair, which is an oddly creepy image, and he’s kind of… whiny. It’s hard to know where your sympathies should lie, and it’s fun to see a mother actively throwing her daughters at Dracula rather than trying to save them from him. The accents are occasionally baffling (especially Joe Dallesandro’s Brooklyn drawl) but maybe that’s all part of the joke.

Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)

Who plays Dracula? Gary Oldman.

What’s the story? Back in the fifteenth century, Dracula’s wife kills herself after being told her husband has been killed in battle. Knowing suicide is a sin, Dracula figures she’s damned, and turns against God himself, becoming a vampire. After skulking in his castle for centuries, he decides to move to London, where he meets Mina Harker – a woman who looks exactly like his dead wife. The rest of the Dracula story is intact, but with a side of overly dramatic tragic romance.

What makes it special? It’s one of the most faithful adaptations around, in terms of how much of the book it conveys to the screen. Characters are shown writing letters and diary entries, as per the book, and Lucy’s three suitors are all present and correct, which is rare.

Unfortunately, some of the performances are pretty terrible (Keanu Reeves is an easy target, but he’s truly awful here, and Cary Elwes is in full smirk mode). There are so many famous people crammed in that it gets distracting, and the set design is too stagey to be effective. But it gets points for keeping all the characters in their places.

Buffy vs Dracula’, Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2000)

Who plays Dracula? Rudolf Martin.

What’s the story? To kick off the fifth season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Buffy went up against the most famous vampire of all time. Yup, they actually wrote Dracula into an episode of Buffy. There’s no real messing with the character, apart from dropping him into modern day California, and he uses pretty much all of his tricks: he turns into a bat, he dissolves into mist, he uses mind control to turn Xander into a slavering minion, and he seduces Sunnydale’s women, including Buffy herself.

What makes it special? There’s something about crossovers that’s always oddly irresistible. Fitting the Scooby Gang into the Dracula story is fun because of the cognitive dissonance it causes: they’re all-American teenagers, and he’s a character from a gothic Victorian novel, so there’s no reason they should ever encounter one another, and the fallout is genuinely funny. (Spike’s indignation is a particular highlight.) There’s also a serious side to the story, as Dracula tells Buffy she’s a creature of darkness, but that’s something that really developed over the rest of the series. This episode is mostly just fun.

Dracula 2000 (2000)

Who plays Dracula? Gerard Butler.

What’s the story? Despite Van Helsing’s best efforts, someone has let Dracula out of his prison, and he’s determined to track down the one woman who might be able to stand up to him. (Who just happens to be Van Helsing’s daughter.) Bringing Van Helsing and Dracula into a modern day setting requires a bit of sleight of hand, but it just about works, and the film has an ace up its sleeve: an explanation for Dracula’s true identity that finally explains why he’s so averse to silver and crucifixes.

What makes it special? It kind of shouldn’t be, because it’s so silly. It’s got that self-aware, slightly camp late-90s horror thing going on, and it’s never actually scary. But it is a lot of fun, with some sharp dialogue (“I don’t drink… coffee”) and loads of geek-friendly faces popping up, including Jonny Lee Miller, Nathan Fillion, and Jeri Ryan.

Blade: Trinity (2004)

Who plays Dracula? Dominic Purcell

What’s the story? Dracula, or “Drake”, is an ancient vampire summoned by modern day vampires looking for an upgrade. Blade has been killing off too many of them, and they want to walk in daylight, which apparently Drake’s blood will let them do. Drake is a bit of a rubbish Dracula, as they go; he’s just a really old vampire, and none of the usual Dracula plot elements are present.

What makes it special? Let’s be clear about this, Blade Trinity is a pretty terrible film. It has two redeeming features, though: Ryan Reynolds and Parker Posey are fantastic, and every scene they have together is wonderful; and it includes a scene in which Drake wanders into a vampire-themed shop and terrorises the snarky goth assistants. Those things just about make it worth watching, but for Dracula super-fans, it hasn’t got much to offer. Purcell’s Dracula is apparently meant to be charismatic, but he just comes off dull and thuggish.

Other notable onscreen Draculas: Countess Dracula (Ingrid Pitt stars as Elizabeth Bathory, so not really Dracula at all, except in the title); Count Duckula (an 80s cartoon about a vampiric duck); Count Dracula (a low budget horror from 1979, directed by Jess Franco and starring Christopher Lee despite not being part of Lee’s Hammer Dracula franchise); Dracula: Dead And Loving It (Mel Brooks’s daft spoof); Dracula Ad 1972 (a reteaming of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing that brings Dracula into the 70s); Dracula Sucks (a hardcore porn adaptation); and Dario Argento’s Dracula 3D (which isn’t out yet, and will almost certainly be terrible.)

This feature was originally posted in October 2013.
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Continental seals UK Bela deal

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Exclusive: Continental Media, run by partners Matthew Shreder and James Andrew Felts, has closed an all-rights deal with Tony Taglienti’s 4Digital Media for the vampire-serial killer story.

Bela Kiss stars Kristina Klebe and Rudolf Martin and was directed by Lucien Forstner.

The film is set against the legend of the serial killer Bela Kiss as five bank robbers hide out in a remote hotel on the run from police

Bela Kiss slaughtered 23 young women at the start of the First World War and left their blood-drained bodies in metal barrels, conserved in alcohol.

He was never found but according to rumour has been spotted over the decades in different parts of the world. The film weaves together past and present.

Tony Taglienti is one of the UK’s most committed distributors,” said Felts. “His ability to adapt within the changing distribution landscape sets him apart from his UK competition.”

4Digital Media plans
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Continental sells Bela to UK

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Exclusive: Continental Media, run by partners Matthew Shreder and James Andrew Felts, has closed an all-rights deal with Tony Taglienti’s 4Digital Media for the vampire-serial killer story.

Bela Kiss stars Kristina Klebe and Rudolf Martin and was directed by Lucien Forstner.

The film is set against the legend of the serial killer Bela Kiss as five bank robbers hide out in a remote hotel on the run from police.

Bela Kiss slaughtered 23 young women at the start of the First World War and left their blood-drained bodies in metal barrels, conserved in alcohol.

He was never found but according to rumour has been spotted over the decades in different parts of the world. The film weaves together past and present.

Tony Taglienti is one of the UK’s most committed distributors,” said Felts. “His ability to adapt within the changing distribution landscape sets him apart from his UK competition.”

4Digital Media plans
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Kino Lorber Acquires Sci-Fi Film 'Pig' at Comic-Con

Kino Lorber Acquires Sci-Fi Film 'Pig' at Comic-Con
Kino Lorber's Horizon Movies label has acquired all North American rights to "Pig," the latest sci-fi flick from Henry Barrial ("The House That Jack Built"). The sci-fi/mystery feature had garnered great success on the festival circuit this past year. The film stars Rudolf Martin ("Swordfish," "High Art," "NCIS") and features Patrick Fabian ("The Last Exorcism"), Steve Tom (HBO's "Funny Or Die") and Keith Diamond ("The Drew Carey Show"). "Pig" tells the story of a man (Rudolf Martin), who wakes up alone and in critical condition in the middle of the desert with a black hood on his head and his hands tied behind his back. He is discovered by a woman and is nursed back to health, only to realize he has amnesia, and has no idea who he is. His only clue, a piece of paper in his pocket with the name "Manny Elder" on it, sends him
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Kino Lorber's Horizon Movies Catches Itself a Pig

So, you wake up in the desert one day, with absolutely no memory of anything that's happened to you or even how you got here. In my younger days I would refer to that as Thursday, but when it comes to the movie biz, what we are talking about is the sci-fi thriller Pig.

Deadline reports that Kino Lorber’s Horizon Movies scooped up North American rights to writer-director Henry Barrial’s Pig.

The flick has done well on the sci-fi fest circuit during the past year, and it tells the story of a man who wakes up in the desert with his hands bound and a hood over his head. After being rescued by a local woman, he realizes he has amnesia and has no idea of who he is and how he got there. A lone clue sends him on a dangerous journey of discovery.

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Kristina Klebe to Feel the Sting of the Bela Kiss: Prologue

Around here we love us some Kristina Klebe. She just shines, man, and breathes life into every role that she takes from the serious to the absurd. That's why when news of a new project featuring her comes along, we're on it like white on rice on a paper plate in a snowstorm.

Below you'll find the first stills, artwork, and trailer for Bela Kiss: Prologue, directed by Lucien Förstner and starring Kristina Klebe, Rudolf Martin, Fabian Stumm, Julia Horvath, Janina Elkin, and Angus McGruther.

Synopsis

Bela Kiss was one of the the most brutal serial killers, who killed 23 young women during the beginning of the first World War. The blood-drained bodies were found in metal barrels, conserved in alcohol.

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Turn of Century Serial Killer Strikes Again in Bela Kiss: Prologue [Trailer]

It's been some time since we heard any news about Lucien Forstner's Bela Kiss. The project seemed poised for a 2012 release when we first reported it but it looks like release has been slow in coming. The thriller, which stars Kristina Klebe (Halloween), Rudolf Martin (Swordfish), Ben Bela Bohm (Angels and Demons) and Angus McGruther (Snowblind, takes on the myth of the so-called "Hungarian Bluebeard." [Continued ...]
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Arrow Exclusive: Oliver's Big Season 1 Nemesis Will Be Vertigo (But There's a Catch)!

Arrow Exclusive: Oliver's Big Season 1 Nemesis Will Be Vertigo (But There's a Catch)!
Don’t look down, because sources tell TVLine exclusively that the latest DC Comics Universe villain coming to Arrow is none other than… Vertigo!

However, we hear that the character will be very different from the Vlatavan count in the comics — so much so that he’s likely even getting a new name. On the other hand, the deadly new drug that becomes all the rage in Starling City in the Big Bad’s introductory episode (set to air in early 2013) will be called Vertigo!

Dizzy yet?

Odds are, Not-Vertigo’s superpower — the ability to disorient and unbalance his victims — will remain intact.
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NCIS Episode 200 Explores Alt Realities: Who Comes Back? Who Is a Hellcat? Who Has a Kid?

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NCIS Episode 200 Explores Alt Realities: Who Comes Back? Who Is a Hellcat? Who Has a Kid?
TV’s most-watched scripted series, CBS’ NCIS, will mark its 200th episode this Tuesday at 8/7c by prompting the usually rock-solid Leroy Jethro Gibbs to second-guess past decisions and ask himself a big, “What if…?”

The catalyst for the introspection goes down in the never-before-seen diner where Gibbs grabs his morning coffee. On this fateful day, a confrontation with a gunman leads Gibbs to ponder “what the world would have been like had things [in his life] happened differently,” NCIS showrunner Gary Glasberg tells TVLine. “He looks back on his time as an agent, and even prior to that.”

Matt’s Inside Line:
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NCIS 200th Episode Photos: Mike Franks Sighting!

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NCIS returns Tuesday February 7 for a watershed event in show history.

It is, after all, the 200th episode of the CBS procedural, now in its ninth season and the #1 drama on TV. For Leroy Jethro Gibbs (star and executive producer Mark Harmon) it's a time to look back upon his life.

During a routine stop for his morning coffee at his favorite diner, Gibbs unexpectedly finds himself staring down the barrel of a gun, forcing him to question choices he has made in the past and present.

The 200th installment also serves as a "here's to our fans" moment of sorts, with a number of familiar faces returning in the alternate reality to which Gibbs' mind drifts (a la the 1998 movie, Sliding Doors).

Muse Watson (Mike Franks), Ralph Waite (Jackson Gibbs), Joe Spano (Senior FBI Agent T.C. Fornell), Darby Stanchfield (Shannon Gibbs) and Rudolf Martin (Ari Haswari) appearing in the milestone episode.
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Episode Recap: The Mentalist - 4.11: "Always Bet on Red"

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It's nice to see some consequences for Jane (Simon Baker) come about. He did incite a serial killer, Red John, into slicing and dicing Panzer (another serial killer). And while that might be a "public service" murder, it's still, as Lisbon says, "not good." Team Lisbon (Robin Tunney) is called out to a marina where a pushy, entitled, annoying divorce lawyer named Creek wants Cbi to protect him against death threats. And they can thank Cho's (Tim Kang) platinum blonde Ci, Summer (Samaire Armstrong) for that, since Creek was one of her clients and she recommended Cbi to him. It's all for naught though, since Creek and his snazzy speed boat blow up right in front of Lisbon, Cho and Jane. Cho and Lisbon run toward the explosion, Jane high-tails it away. What else would we expect him to do? After watching what is presumably a shark nab Creek's severed leg in the harbor – oh,
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Marilyn Manson Stakes Out The "Vampires Of Hollywood"

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Cinema Arts reports that "Vampires Of Hollywood", a new feature film project will star shock rocker Marilyn Manson, to be directed by Rob Walker :

"... music industry investigative journalist 'Paul Shaye' goes on the hunt for flamboyant rock star 'vampire' 'Darcy Manning' (Manson), in an effort to avenge the death of a friend murdered by the musician. In his search, Shaye is caught up in a whirlwind of danger, deception and violence, as Manning unleashes his minions, and his own bloodlust, upon the protagonist..."

Other announced cast members include Malcolm McDowell, Balthazar Getty, Lochlyn Munro, Rudolf Martin, and Gianni Capaldi.

Marilyn Manson, the musician, has sold over 50 million albums worldwide to date.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Marilyn Manson"...
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