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Oh, Image Entertainment. How quickly we're growing to love thee. The official specs and artwork for both "The Twilight Zone" Season 2 on Blu-ray and "The Twilight Zone" Fan Favorites DVD Collection have come our way along with the artwork so without further ado ...
From the Press Releases
"Genies, malevolent machines, Santa Claus and The Devil himself. Get ready for more excursions into the fantastic when Image Entertainment releases The Twilight Zone: Season 2 on Blu-ray November 16th. All 29 episodes from the legendary series’ second season have been remastered and will be presented in pristine 1080p high-definition and uncompressed Pcm audio. In addition, the 4-disc set also includes many of the bonus features from the Definitive Collection DVD release, along with hours of new bonus features, specially created for this Blu-ray™ release. Spr is $99.98, and pre-book is October 19th.
Season Two Episodes
King Nine Will Not Return, The Man in the Bottle, »
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For those on the go, this TV news is so quick, you won't even need a napkin:
"Real Housewives of Orange County" star Lynne Curtin took to Facebook to address rumors of her imminent departure from the series, and if you take her words at face value, it seems like she's done. NBC won't yet comment. [Ocr]
What shows are already tracking well for the new season? Multiple surveys reveal that CBS heavyweights "Hawaii Five-0" and "$#*! My Dad Says" lead with way with less-hyped sitcoms "Running Wilde," "Raising Hope" and "Mike & Molly" rounding out the top five. [THR]
Jonathan Demme ("Silence of the Lambs") will direct two episodes of HBO's new Mike White/Laura Dern comedy "Enlightened," a rare move for the film director who's previously only helped single episodes of "Colombo" and "Saturday Night Live." [Deadline]
The Emmy winner will take on the role of a serial killer named Mr. Mullens, TV Guide reports, one whose brutal murders two decades ago earned him the nickname "The Butcher." In what way will he resurface?
Look for the 75-year-old character to be suffering from Alzheimer's. He'll crosses paths with the Behavioral Analysis Unit when he comes out of retirement and attempts to kill again, even though he can't remember his violent past.
The role marks Travanti's first television appearance since a 2008 episode of Grey's Anatomy. »
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Former Hill Street Blues star Daniel J. Travanti will appear in an upcoming episode of Criminal Minds. TV Guide reports that the actor will play Mr. Mullens, a 75-year-old serial killer with Alzheimer's. Having committed a series of brutal murders 20 years ago, the character will encounter Hotch (Thomas Gibson) and his team when he attempts to reenact the violent past that he can no longer remember. Travanti previously (more) »
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Hill Street Blues star Daniel J. Travanti is headed to the other side of the law: The Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actor will guest-star as a serial killer in upcoming episode of Criminal Minds, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Travanti will play Mr. Mullens, a crotchety 75-year-old whose brutal murders 20 years ago earned him the nickname "The Butcher." Now suffering from Alzheimer's and depending on the live-in care of his adult son, Mullens...
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- Adam Bryant
It's a mystery worthy of investigation by Charlie's angels: Why didn't John Forsythe – one of TV's most popular, respected and enduring stars – ever win TV's top award? Prior to his death today at age 92, John Forsythe had been nominated for — and lost — four Emmys. Three of those bids were for starring as Blake Carrington, a debonair oil tycoon pursued by dueling divas (Joan Collins, Linda Evans) on "Dynasty." He lost best drama actor to Daniel J. Travanti of "Hill Street Blues" in 1982, Ed Flanders of "St. Elsewhere" in 1983 and Tom Selleck of "Mangum, P.I." in 1984. When John Forsythe was nominated back in 1953 it was for a »
The Anthology Film Archives In New York City Is Presenting Rare Screenings Of Who Killed Teddy Bear. Below Is Information From The Theater's Web Site.
Rare 35Mm Print Of The Cult Classic!
One Weekend Only!
Friday January 22-Sunday January 24
Check out the Voice's exclusive interview with star Elaine Stritch!
A truly startling 1960s exploitation flick, and a key film in the fascinating and tragic career of Sal Mineo, Who Killed Teddy Bear? is one of the stranger, sleazier movies ever to have emerged from the underbelly of American cinema. When Times Square disco dancer Juliet Prowse begins receiving obscene phone calls, she finds herself facing a plethora of possible suspects, »
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7 items from 2010
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