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'SuperGrid' begins production in Saskatchewan

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'SuperGrid' begins production in Saskatchewan
Exclusive: Raven Banner to handle worldwide sales, distribute in Canada.

Principal photography has begun in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan on SuperGrid, the apocalyptic road movie from the creators of WolfCop.

Regina-based producer Hugh Patterson has teamed up with Trinni Franke and director Lowell Dean (pictured at right), who directed horror-comedies WolfCop and Another WolfCop. Toronto-based Raven Banner handles worldwide sales and will distribute in Canada.

SuperGrid is set in a near future where mining conglomerates have turned Canada into a wasteland. Two brothers must travel the same road that claimed their sister’s life in their quest to deliver mysterious cargo. En route they must contend with road pirates, rebel gangs, and each other.

Leo Fafard of WolfCop stars alongside Marshall Williams, Tinsel Korey, Natalie Krill, Fei Ren, former WWE wrestler Jay Reso, and Regina natives Amy Matysio, Daniel Maslany, and Laura Abramsen. SuperGrid is funded by Telefilm and Creative Saskatchewan and the producers anticipate a 2018 release
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‘Haven: Season 5 Volume 2 – The Final Episodes’ Review

If you are going to watch a television show, the worst time to start is in its final episodes. I found myself doing this though for the recent release of Haven: Season 5 Volume 2 – The Final Episodes. What I found though was a show that I really enjoyed and will be investing my time in, from the beginning.

Haven is a cursed town where “troubled” people have mysterious powers that often cause trouble for the people who are trying to protect it. As the story nears its end a mysterious fog has cut the town off from the rest of the world and a showdown is looming with the mysterious “Croatoan” that appears to be on its way.

While it felt strange that Haven: Season 5 Volume 2 – The Final Episodes gets into the story straight away, it is telling of Syfy’s aggressive advertising for the show that I had
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Round-Up: Haven: The Final Season Blu-ray / DVD, Labyrinth Early Access, You’Re Killing Me Clip, Model Hunger Trailer, Leprechaun Screening

The final season of SyFy’s Haven is coming to Blu-ray on April 19th. Also in this round-up: early access details for Free Range Games’ Labyrinth, a clip from You’re Killing Me, a new Model Hunger trailer, and details on Nitehawk Cinema’s St. Patrick’s Day screening of Leprechaun.

Haven: The Final Season: Press Release: “This April, The Town Of Haven Hurtles Towards A Cataclysmic Showdown In The Startling Final Episodes Of Syfy’S Popular Series

Haven: The Final Season

Street Date: April 19, 2016

Blu-ray/DVD Srp: $49.98/$39.98

The Loaded 4-Disc Set Features the Final 13 Broadcast Episodes, and Hours of Bonus Features Including a Mythology Refresher, 13″Inside Haven” Featurettes, Livestream Segments with the Cast & Crew,13 Commentary Tracks, Interviews with Eric Balfour, Lucas Bryant, William Shatner, Adam Copeland and More!

Program Description

For five eye-opening seasons, fans tuned into the hit Syfy series “Haven”, based on Stephen King’s
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TVLine Items: Jim Parsons Voicing Elf, Haven's WWE Reunion and More

TVLine Items: Jim Parsons Voicing Elf, Haven's WWE Reunion and More
Jim Parsons is breathing new life into a (relatively young) holiday classic: The Big Bang Theory star will voice Buddy the Elf — yes, Will Ferrell’s character from 2003’s Elf — in a new holiday special for NBC.

Related NBC Unveils Peter Pan Live! Poster: Hook’d Yet?

Premiering Dec. 16 at 8/7c, Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas retells the story of Buddy’s journey to New York City, combining aspects of both the original film and the Broadway stage production.

Additional voices include Mark Hamill, Ed Asner, Fred Armisen, Jay Leno, Matt Lauer, Gilbert Gottfried, Kate Micucci, Rachael MacFarlane, Max Charles and Steve Higgins.
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WWE: The Future For The Tag Division

WWE Raw was terrible this week – and had more pointless, “let’s fill time” matches yet again. I can’t believe Team Hell No are still facing Prime Time Players and more to the point, I can’t believe a team as fun as Ptp are still losing to Team Hell No.

PTPs deserve a genuine lengthy programme with someone, they could, given the right time and backstage segments to develop relationships, become a likeable heel tag team alá Edge & Christian. Same can be said for The Rhodes Scholars, A tag team with unlimited potential and possibly two future World Champions.

The Tag Team titles are currently held by Team Hell No, Although I have enjoyed their run immensely its time they gave the titles up. Daniel Bryan and Kane don’t need the Tag Team Titles to elevate them to the next level. The logical step seems to be
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WWE Wrestlemania 29: Christian Spotted Backstage

Former WWE Tag Team, Intercontinental and World Heavyweight Champion Christian has been spotted backstage at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey just hours before WrestleMania 29 kicks off live.

Christian has been on WWE’s injured reserve list since last year after he suffered an aggravated shoulder injury shortly after appearing in the Smackdown brand’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match and dropping his Intercontinental Championship to The Miz shortly after. Despite rumours that he would make his return at this year’s Royal Rumble PPV Christian – real name William Jason Reso – has remained away from the WWE spotlight and has not been seen anywhere until earlier this week when fans saw him sneaking into WWE’s hotel of choice in the middle of the night.

Christian’s decision to arrive under cover of darkness made many fans speculate he was in town as a surprise for
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Booking WWE vs Tna PPV

Hands up if you remember the WCW Invasion angle back when WWE owner Vince McMahon bought the failing company back in 2001. Now hands up if you were happy with the way Vince and co. handled the whole storyline. Not many of you I’ll bet. What could easily have been the biggest angle in the history of professional wrestling turned into a massive vanity project for the company’s head honcho who outright refused to see those boys from “Dubbya See Dubbya” get the better of any of his creations. It was a huge mistake.

A decade has passed since the horrible Invasion PPV and no one cares to discuss it. Plenty of ex-wcw guys recovered from the failed Invasion (Booker T for example) but many more just faded away into obscurity or simply did not take part (Kevin Nash, Hulk Hogan, Goldberg, Sting). But what if a similar angle
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WWE: Could The Part-Timers Do More?

There is and always has been something going on in wrestling that the fans can enjoy. Wrestlemania 29 is just on the horizon. This means the return of several part-time superstars to our TV screens until the big event is in the history books.

Wrestlemania is always an exciting time for us fans as the WWE is usually pulling out all the stops to entice us to spend our money on the biggest pay per view of the year. This year we may very well see the end of the feud between The Rock and John Cena as the WWE title will be defended between the two, Triple H looks for redemption against Brock Lesnar after his loss to the former Ufc champion at Summerslam last year and we will see The Undertaker defend his streak against ‘The Best in The World’ Cm Punk. Not only that but there are
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Review: WWE - The Attitude Era

Watching the WWE’s The Attitude Era release made me realise three things about what many (myself included) still consider to be the finest period in the company's long and (mostly) illustrious history.

The first was that its raw, gritty and at times envelope pushing content was a world away from the sanitised, family friendly fare that the WWE delivers today. Bad language, bad behaviour, (blurred) nudity, borderline sexism and homophobia, and pure unadulterated rebellion were the order of the day in the dying years of the twentieth century, though to be fair the WWE (or WWF as it still was back then) made no attempt to disguise the fact that they were pursuing the male college demographic, even giving their shows a suitable TV-14 rating and warning viewers about the potential content.

The second thing that stood out was that the Superstars of the era were genuinely larger than life personalities,
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Mad Max's Weekend Movie Guide: 'Jack the Giant Slayer' & More

"If you figure a way to live without serving a master, any master, then let the rest of us know, will you? For you'd be the first person in the history of the world." – Philip Seymour Hoffman, 'The Master'

Greetings from the apocalypse! This week finds me once again walking down memory lane as I recall two new movies I visited the sets of and, as usual, childhood traumas. Do those traumas involve giants? Do I seek the therapy I so desperately need? Read on …

Friday, March 1

Okay, so in case you haven't heard already, "21 and Over" is basically the same movie as "The Hangover," as evidenced by our informative chart. I had the honor of touring the set of this raunchy sex/alcohol poisoning comedy in Seattle around 2011 or so (I can't quite remember for some reason) and got to watch Justin Chon ride a mechanical buffalo while projectile vomiting.
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Blu-ray Review: WWE – The Attitude Era

Wrestling fans whether it be ones that like WWE, like Tna, Roh or any other smaller companies out there have to admit there was a time when the WWE were at the top of the game, hell Tna didn’t even exist yet. It was the time of the Monday night rating wars when both Tna and WWE (or WWF as it was known back then) had to up their game to show they were the best, to get that precious Nielsen rating to prove they were the best wrestling company. We all know the WWE Attitude era, it was even brought back in the WWE ’13 game because it’s still a time that is popular with a large selection of the fans. This is why The Attitude Era is such a fun set of discs to watch.

Coming on three discs for DVD or 2 Blu-ray discs it includes firstly
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WWE: Where Does Jack Swagger Fit On The Road To WrestleMania?

When Jack Swagger debuted in WWE, it seemed like the former Ncaa star was primed for success, being pushed right off the bat on the Ecw brand with a six month long undefeated streak and winning the Ecw World Heavyweight Championship just over five months after his debut.

After a successful run in Ecw, Swagger was moved to the Raw brand, where he’d win the Money in the Bank ladder match at WrestleMania Xxvi, granting him a future World Title shot over the course of that year. “The All-American American” cashed in his contract five days later on April 2, 2010, defeating Chris Jericho to capture his first and currently only World Heavyweight Championship.

After a poorly booked 82-day reign, Swagger began to spiral down the WWE ladder, eventually forming a partnership with Michael Cole as a part of the Texan commentator’s feud with Jerry “The King” Lawler leading up to WrestleMania Xxvii.
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The Academy and MoMA Celebrate Documentaries & “Behind The Ballot” Series Now Live On Oscar.com

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) will present “Oscar’s Docs, 1955–2002: American Stories” from February 2 through February 14 at MoMA in New York City. This annual collaboration highlights Oscar®–winning and nominated short and feature-length documentary films that explore the history, culture and politics of the United States. All prints are from the Academy Film Archive’s collection. The filmmakers will be present at several screenings (visit MoMA.org for details).

The schedule is as follows:

Sat., Feb. 2, 2 p.m.

American Dream (1990)

Barbara Kopple. This stirring film depicts the effects of a mid-1980s strike by the workers of a Hormel meatpacking plant in Austin, Minnesota. 98 min.

Sat., Feb. 2, 8 p.m.

Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision (1994)

Freida Lee Mock. A profile of Maya Lin, the young artist who created the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington and other politically motivated artistic creations.
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WWE Royal Rumble 2013: 10 Surprise Entrants We Want To See

If you’re a wrestling fan then you simply have to love the annual Royal Rumble event. Ok, so it’s almost always predictable and obvious who will win it – but that isn’t why we love it so much. For those of you out there who have never experienced the WWE’s unique take on a battle royal the best bit is seeing which names from the past will pop up as surprise entrants.

Over the years we’ve been treated to returns by Kevin Nash and Booker T (who we all thought were headed back to Tna), Mr Perfect, Bob Backlund, Rowdy Roddy Piper and Goldust as well as comebacks from current stars who’ve been on the bench.

Here’s our list of 10 wrestlers, old and new, that we’d like to see make a return at this years Royal Rumble.

10. Papa Shango

That’s right. We
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Ashley Tisdale Joins Nicolas Cage In Left Behind

Ashley Tisdale, who emerged as the dizzy blonde on the Disney Channel, became the first female cast member to star in the fourth in a series of films based on the bestselling novels by Tim Lahaye and Jerry Jenkins, Left Behind.

Former Disney Channel starlet who will play one of the leads in Dimension FilmsScary Movie 5 is joining Nicolas Cage and Chad Michael Murray. The actress will play Chloe Steele, the daughter of Cage’s Ray Steele character.

One Tree Hill star Murray who earlier signed on to star in the project will be playing the role of journalist Cameron ‘Buck’ Williams in the Christian-themed movie franchise.

The faith-based story finds the biblical prophecy of Armageddon begins when the Rapture instantly takes all believers in Christ from the Earth. A reporter left behind learns that the Anti-Christ will soon take power and one of the survivors, Chloe
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Comic Book Release List – Week of November 7, 2012

The following is a list of all comic books, graphic novels and special items that will be available this week and shipped to comic book stores who have placed orders for them.

12-gauge Comics

Ride Southern Gothic #2 (Of 2), $5.99

Aam Markosia

Dark Lies Darker Truths Gn, $15.99

Voyaga Gn, $12.99

Aazurn Publishing

Indie Comics Horror #1 (not verified by Diamond), $4.75


Crypt Of Horror Volume 15 Tp, $29.95

Alternative Comics

Injury #4, $6.00

Amryl Entertainment

Cavewoman Gangster #2 (Of 3)(Budd Root Special Edition), Ar

Andrews McMeel

Big Nate All Work And No Play Tp, $14.99

Arcana Studio

Pixies Hc (resolicited), $19.95

Archie Comics

Kevin Keller Volume 1 Welcome To Riverdale Tp, $11.99

Life With Archie #24 (Fernando Ruiz & Bob Smith Cover), $3.99

Life With Archie #24 (Fiona Staples Cover), $3.99

New Crusaders Rise Of The Heroes #3 (Ben Bates Regular Cover), $2.99

New Crusaders Rise Of The Heroes #3 (Pep Comics Variant Cover), $2.99

New Crusaders Rise Of The Heroes #3 (Sanford Greene Variant Cover), $2.99

Sonic Super Digest #1, $3.99

Sonic The Hedgehog Genesis Tp,
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Joss Whedon is Right: Zombies are the most Political of Monsters

You may have seen recently that Joss Whedon “endorsed“ Mitt Romney for President saying, “You know, like a lot of liberal Americans, I was excited when Barack Obama took office four years ago. But it’s a very different world now. And Mitt Romney is a very different candidate. One with the vision and determination to cut through business-as-usual politics and finally put this country back on the path to the zombie apocalypse.”

Joss Whedon is absolutely right to invoke zombies in a political discussion, because zombies are the most political of monsters. Or to put it another way, Zombie films are the most political of all horror films.

Wait. What?

Let me explain.

Roger Ebert, in his review of Zombieland, wrote about Zombies:

Vampires make a certain amount of sense to me, but zombies not so much. What’s their purpose? Why do they always look so bad? Can
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WWE: 5 Reasons Fans Hate John Cena

On June 27th 2002, a fresh-faced 25-year-old made his WWE debut. In his first match, he impressed fans with his sheer determination and ruthless aggression as he came up short against Kurt Angle. That wrestler was John Cena.

He found his place as an arrogant rapper, who earned the respect of the crowd with positive matches against talents like Angle, Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker. Like the anti-heroes before him, the cheers slowly started to outweigh the boos – in part due to his natural charisma – and by the end of 2004 it was clear that he was ready for the WWE Championship. He, along with Batista, ushered in a new generation of wrestlers when Cena defeated Jbl for the title at WrestleMania 21 and Batista defeated Triple H for the World Heavyweight Title.

Over the next seven years Cena collected a further 11 world titles, which included a 380-day reign which made him
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WWE 13 Full Roster Reveal Trailer

Hot on the heels of the roster reveal that came on Saturday, Thq have today unveiled the full roster reveal trailer as an added bonus for fans looking for an insight into the character entrances.

The trailer features every entrances of every single announced roster character from both the modern era and the Attitude Era, as well as a number of key historical moments recaptured with game footage, like the infamous Hell in a Cell moment with Mankind and the Undertaker, and Big Show breaking the ring, though this time with Brodus Clay playing the victim.

The video makes for a great watch, especially the in-match moments, and everything seems to be shaping up for an excellent release…

If this is the revolution, sign me up.

Here’s the list in full again:

Modern Era

The Bella Sisters Eve Cm Punk Lita Kharma Kelly Kelly Rey Mysterio The Rock R-Truth
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Blood Fare to Have its World Premiere During Dragon*Con 2012; New Banner Artwork Unveiled

Award-winning writer and director J.A. Steele has announced the world premiere of her fourth feature film, Blood Fare, during Dragon*Con 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia. Dragon*Con will be held Labor Day weekend (August 31-September 3, 2012).

From the Press Release:

As part of the official Dragon*Con 2012 programming, the Blood Fare screening is scheduled for Friday, August 31st, at 8:30 pm at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta, Hanover Cde. A live Q&A with Blood Fare star Gil Gerard, internationally recognized for his lead role as Captain William "Buck" Rogers in the science fiction movie and television series “Buck Rogers in the 25th Century,” and director J.A. Steel will follow the screening.

Blood Fare is a Civil War ghost story with a modern twist by J.A. Steel and co-producer Christian K. Koch. It is the tale of Corporal Henry Trout (S. Edward Meek - Wild Stallion), who in 1861 fought valiantly in a
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