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4 items from 2015


Watch: 'Firefly' Duo Alan Tudyk & Nathan Fillion Campaign (Adorably) for New Indie Series

11 March 2015 10:49 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: Why 'Firefly' and 'Jeff 1000' Star Summer Glau Loves Making Sci-Fi "Firefly" fans, rejoice.  Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion have launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for their upcoming web series, "Con Man." And in less than 24 hours, their efforts have already been monumentally successful -- as of now (11am Pst), it's raised over 60 percent of its goal of $450,000, and seems likely to raise the full amount by the end of its first day.  Tudyk writes, directs and stars in "Con Man," which boasts a deliciously meta premise: Tudyk's character, Wray Nerely, was a cast member on "Spectrum," a sci-fi series which was canceled "too soon" and emerged as a cult classic (sound familiar?). His good friend Jack Moore (Fillion) starred in the series and has gone on to become a major movie star. The series begins with Jack enjoying the life of an A-lister, while Wray »

- David Canfield

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When British daytime TV and geek heroes collide

10 March 2015 7:17 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Doctor Who, Star Trek and more: what happened when sci-fi, horror & fantasy heroes have popped up on British daytime TV over the years…

Pre-YouTube, fandom was a hard-earned thing. It took research, dedication and enough patience to hover over the family video player’s ‘record’ button for an entire episode of TV-am in anticipation of six minutes with Sylvester McCoy. Six minutes in which the Seventh Doctor would be polled if he was a cat or dog person and then asked to taste a lemon roulade.

Scarcity bred desire in those days, so we took what we could get from our heroes of yore, even if that meant watching Hammer Horror legend Ingrid Pitt make a chocolate mousse, or the aforementioned McCoy attempt to answer fan questions above the hubbub of a Nottingham swimming pool complex. The collision of geek icons and UK daytime magazine shows was sometimes illuminating, sometimes excruciating, »

- louisamellor

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Top 12 really creepy ballet moments in film and TV

23 February 2015 9:40 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Ballet adds a surreal, creepy quality to many films and tv shows. Here are 12 of the most unsettling...

Warning - This article contains spoilers for The Cabin In The Woods, The Twilight Zone, Black Swan and The Red Shoes.

Ballet is not natural. Dancers perform exhausting routines with legs and feet turned out to bizarre angles, arms held just to the point where they really start to hurt (that’s when you know you’re doing it right), backs bending to angles of 90° and more, limbs held stock still while balancing on their toes, in bodies mathematically maintained in a state that contains absolutely not an ounce of fat but can sustain two or three hours of jumping and running around.

And then the female dancers add to all this by putting their entire weight on the points of their toes, feet bruising and bleeding, nails cracking, and the male »

- simonbrew

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‘Knights of Badassdom’ DVD Review

11 February 2015 2:10 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Steve ZahnRyan Kwanten, Peter DinklageDanny Pudi, Summer GlauBrian Posehn | Written by Kevin Dreyfuss, Matt Wall | Directed by Joe Lynch

Larping (or Live Action Role Playing) is subcultural phenomenon that is continuing to gain notoriety. For some it is a way of life, while for others they are not sure what language the word Larping originates from. Larping has had some cinematic spotlight in the past including the documentary Darkon and probably most infamously in the Paul Rudd & Seann William Scott comedy Role Models. However, director Joe Lynch takes his film Knights of Badassdom  in an entirely different  direction.

Knights of Badassdom asks the question of what happens when you take real life pretend fantasy and add true demonic forces. Based on the premise and cast the potential is rich with uniqueness.  This could easily be in the same vein as films like Evil Dead, Cabin in the Woods, »

- Dan Clark

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